Interface with refinery personnel and provide expert advice and front line technical support to maintenance and operation personnel on all corrosion control activities throughout the refinery.
Perform corrosion failure investigations and special corrosion related studies.
Evaluate the effectiveness of the corrosion inhibitors in the refinery and assist the refinery in benchmarking the corrosion control practices with other practices used in the industry.
Provide expert advice and assistance on matters pertaining to corrosion and scaling prediction.
Review corrosion mitigation and monitoring activities in the field to identify needed system modifications or procedural changes.
Initiate and conduct special studies to minimize/control the corrosion in the refinery units to improve the facilities operation.
Provide special technical service, consulting and assisting in design and construction of corrosion control projects.
Work with concerned area inspectors and process engineers to monitor and control process parameters related to corrosion.
Act as mentor to develop competent Saudi Arab corrosion engineers.
Recommend new technologies in the field of corrosion.
Perform other miscellaneous related duties as requested by the applicable Supervisor.
As the successful candidate, you will hold a Bachelor Degree in Chemical or Mechanical Engineering, with a minimum of 7 years extensive experience in corrosion monitoring, control activities and refinery processes.
You will demonstrate a thorough knowledge of international codes/standards applicable to inspection (ASTM, API, ASME, TEMA, NACE, ANSI, etc,); and refinery processes with experience in chemical inhibitors, cathodic protection, material selection and coating protection.
Candidates with API 510, API570, AWS, RBI, Coating, NDT and any other certificates related to Inspection are preferred.