Job Role Responsibilities :
Provide inspection engineering expertise in support of the design, construction, commissioning, start-up and operations of the ExxonMobil Huizhou Chemical Manufacturing Complex.
Plan and carry out fixed equipment / piping inspection via on-stream risk-based monitoring programs and downtime inspection activities,
Advise business teams / units on inspection program findings and recommend appropriate solutions for corrosion issues, to ensure safe and reliable operation of equipment,
Investigate equipment failure and recommend cost-effective methods of repair and material selection,
Develop and update piping and fixed equipment strategy as leading indicators for reliability, based on risk based inspection processes,
Maintain effective Inspection Data Management system and filing system, including periodic updates,
Review health of Mechanical Integrity programs and provide appropriate recommendations, mitigations and timely updates on equipment degradation problems,
Review inspections completed to confirm appropriate tasks consistent with inspection technique,
Develop risk profiles based on inspection and process data,
Perform Mechanical Integrity data analysis,
Review and recommend tasks to mitigate mechanical integrity risk, and
Provide subject matter expertise for mechanical integrity of static (fixed) equipment.
Maintain effective working relationships and communication with business teams to eliminate or minimize material and corrosion issues,
Monitor latest developments in inspection / materials and corrosion technology, via inter-affiliate technology transfers, network communications and meetings,
Provide quality assurance on project construction and maintenance works to ensure compliance with applicable codes, standards and specifications, and
Conduct reviews and / or updates on Materials Suitability Reviews and Equipment Strategies to ensure equipment reliability.
Required Skills and Knowledge :
Bachelor Degree in Mechanical Engineering / Material or equivalent from a recognized university.
Minimum of 5 years of experience in static / fixed equipment engineering or inspection role.
Experience in a petrochemical or refining manufacturing plant or equivalent.
Knowledge of applicable international and local codes and standards for pressure vessel, piping and tankage (ASME Sec VIII, B31.3, API 510, 570, 579),
Knowledgeable in mechanical integrity and risk-based inspection, and
Knowledge of metallurgy and corrosion associated with refinery / petrochemical process,
Knowledge of materials selection, Non-Destructive Examination techniques, welding and risk-based inspection procedures, and
Capable of effectively driving milestone planning for Equipment Strategy development with key members from various functions.
Experience in international projects, multi-national company (MNC), Wholly Owned Foreign Enterprise (WOFE) or JV is an advantage.
Effective team player.
Fluent in speaking and writing English.
Willingness for 1-2 year’s short-term relocation, if required.