Asset Integrity Engineer ConocoPhillips



Asset Integrity Engineer

Basic Purpose:

  • Responsible for the adequacy of Asset Integrity Management System with regard to content, change control, functionality, measurement, recommending improvement and review.
  • As the custodian of the Asset Integrity Management System Manual, the role is accountable for the issue, communication, implementation, adherence to, update and revision of the document.
  • Coordinate asset integrity activities carried out under the Asset Integrity Management System to assure the integrity of the COPI assets on a continuing basis.
  • Prepare the annual Asset Integrity Management Plan and coordinate the implementation of approved activities.
  • Prepare the risk profile for the assets which summarize strategy, performance and identified risks together with processes for their management.
  • Assist the System Owners and Discipline Engineers, responsible for the guidance, support, implementation and monitoring of integrity related issues and activities as required optimizing the facilities.
  • Consult with projects and new developments with the aim to ensure appropriate design integrity is delivered by the projects to operations for new facilities.
  • Coordinate the inspection and certification works on static equipment in all COPI Operating Units, in cooperation with the Units related resources. The static equipment is pipeline, pressure vessel, PSV, piping, tank, crane, jetty, and platform.
  • Coordinate the analysis and interpretation of the static equipment inspection results, also the recommendations for improvements to the management of the Operating Units.
  • Coordinate the corrosion engineering works in all the Operating Units, in cooperation with the Unit s related resources.
  • Coordinate the Jakarta office engineering document control works.

Qualification & Experience:

  • The job requires a person with an engineering degree and at least 10 years experience in engineering/operations within the oil and gas industry. A strong knowledge of the theory and application of risk management (loss prevention) in relevant areas including business, engineering, construction, operations and maintenance is necessary.
  • A good understanding of all aspects of the petrochemical industry from field acquisition through exploration, field development, engineering, manufacture, construction, operations, distribution and sales will be beneficial.
  • The role requires good spoken and written English as well as the ability to work in a multinational environment both offshore and onshore.
  • In addition to strong technical competency, the job requires leadership, management and communication skills to coordinate cross discipline personnel and liaise with other divisions including infrastructure and new developments.

Only those individuals who fully meet the above requirements need apply.

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