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Engineering > Asset Integrity Engineer

Status: Live

Our client is one of the world's largest oil and gas companies with assets in over 40 countries.

Job Details

Location: United Kingdom > Liverpool

Salary: Excellent

Working Locations: Site

Posted: 11/01/2018 12:41:00

Expires: 12/03/2018 12:41:00

Key Requirements

Significant Upstream Oil & Gas experience.
Extensive practical knowledge and operational experience (onshore & offshore) gained within the UK oil & gas industry.
Strong communication, organisational, managerial, influencing and leadership skills.
Significant knowledge of relevant UKCS Legislative and Regulatory requirements
Experience in business planning, budgeting, financial management and contract negotiations.
Practical knowledge and experience in areas of Legislative compliance, Asset Integrity, Management of Operational risk, Management of Change and Maintenance Management.
Requirements:
B.Sc / B.Eng or equivalent

Job Description

Setting performance standards relating primarily to piping, pressure vessels and tanks
Ensuring that inspection related maintenance and inspection programs are fit for purpose
Auditing compliance with eni Integrity Management Systems

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