Our client, one of Canada’s largest integrated oil companies has an immediate need for an Risk Based Integrity Management (RBIM) Engineer for a twelve month contract opportunity in their corporate head office located in Calgary.
As part of Western Canada Production (WCP), the Operational Integrity group is responsible for driving safety & operational integrity.
This position drives the development, implementation and sustainment of the Risk Based Integrity Management (RBIM) Program for pressure equipment, piping, storage tanks for Western Canada Production Operations. This includes providing technical support and coordination with field based district staff and the Corporate RBIM team.
- Drive implementation and sustainment of the RBIM Program to prioritize maintenance and inspection activities that meets or exceeds provincial and federal regulatory requirements
- Work with area integrity inspectors to coordinate corrosion monitoring activities, evaluate results and determine actions.
- Lead efforts to update the program with changes due to repair, alterations & project work including: updating production loss consequence, review changes to process conditions, monitoring integrity operating window excursions.
- Support other program initiatives and strategy development, including update/manage dead-leg registers, participation in HAZOPs, LOPAs, and Incident Investigations to determine RBIM impact and support Turnaround Planning (using RBIM Program Tools).
- Conduct/support gap assessments, close gaps and report the annual gap assessments to site management.
- Track and report KPIs, work with site to manage documentation updates, drive team collaboration, continuous improvement and risk-based training for the team (maintain and deliver).
MUST HAVE SKILLS:
- Degree in Mechanical or Materials Engineering
- Professional Engineer, registered or eligible for registration with APEGA
- Minimum of 5 years current & relevant experience working in the field of Risk Based Integrity Management
- A minimum of 8 years of current and relevant experience in evaluating piping, pressure vessel & tank integrity inspection results & providing repair recommendations
- A minimum of 5 years of current and relevant experience managing the integrity of pressure vessels, PRD's, piping and tanks.
- Minimum of 8 years working experience in the areas of stationary equipment reliability, condition assessment, root cause analysis, failure investigation for oil and gas operators or petrochemical industries
- Strong working knowledge of the damage mechanisms associated with pressure equipment in the upstream oil & gas industry
- Experience working with the operation & maintenance of upstream surface facilities
- Experience working with an oil & gas owner / operator.
- Working knowledge of API Recommended Practice 579 Fitness-for-Service, API 580, API 581, API 750, API 510, API 570
- Experience in the application of Alberta Pressure Equipment Safety Regulations
- Experience in the application of ASME B&PV Codes
- Experience in the application of ASME B31.3/B31.1
- Working knowledge of ABSA documents AB-505 and AB-506
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