The position for Integrity Team Lead in Aberdeen is no longer available
Integrity Team Lead
Reporting to the Project Manager, your main objective will be to direct and control effectively and efficiently the work allocated to you.
To provide effective management and leadership to the project team, ensuring the personal and technical development of team members.
Responsible for the delivery of integrity management and inspection services for pressure systems, pipelines and structures and the development of project strategy documentation, risk assessments and Written Schemes of Examination
Provide technical support and guidance to the project team, defining inspection requirements and ensure the utilisation of appropriate inspection techniques. Maximise the use of appropriate and cost effective non-invasive inspection methodologies to provide optimised plant uptime
Ensure the effective review of inspection data, results trending and remnant life assessments, perform fitness-for-service assessments and provide recommendations for repair and replacement methodologies
Monitoring and reporting of asset process technical data including key asset integrity metrics to the client and internal stakeholders
Preparation of annual budgets, monthly finance reports, and responsible for ensuring project delivery within the specified project budget
Chair and attend frequent client and contractor meetings, presenting Integrity Management data and findings to both technical and non-technical audiences
Experience and knowledge of integrity software systems such as RBMI, Acet preferred.
You will provide timely and accurate reports to the Project Manager and client as required, informing the client of anomalies and recommend actions to be taken. You will issue integrity statements and manage project databases.
In relation to quality and safety you will ensure project activities are performed in accordance with accreditation schemes, legislation and industry standards and that project activities are performed in accordance with the Health, safety and environmental policy. You will also hold regular quality and safety briefings with offshore personnel and third party contractors.
Job Requirements To be considered you should have a degree or equivalent in an engineering discipline. You will also need a wide breadth and depth of knowledge within the petrochemical, inspection or engineering industry with proven skills in project management and be an effective verbal and written communicator.
A knowledge of pressure vessel and pipework design and inspection codes of practice is required.
A Chartered/European Engineer would be an advantage, as would commercial and financial awareness