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Integrity Engineer

Location: Exxon Office Luanda
Rotation: 11 months on/1 month off
Client: Exxon
Category: Inspection
Country: Angola
Reference: D44-420

Key missions

As an integrity engineer, you are primarily responsible for ensuring the structural integrity and safety of various systems, equipment, and facilities within an organization.


  • Risk Assessment: Conduct risk assessments to identify potential hazards and vulnerabilities in equipment and structures
  • Inspection and Testing: Develop and implement inspection and testing protocols to assess the condition and performance of equipment and structures
  • Monitoring and Analysis: Monitor and analyze data from inspections, tests to evaluate the integrity and reliability of assets
  • Maintenance Planning: Develop maintenance plans and schedules based on inspection and testing results to ensure the continued safe operation of assets
  • Failure Analysis: Investigate equipment failures and incidents to determine the root causes and develop recommendations for preventing recurrence
  • Regulatory Compliance: Ensure compliance with relevant industry standards, codes, and regulations related to integrity and safety
  • Documentation and Reporting: Maintain accurate records of inspections, tests, and maintenance activities, and prepare reports for management and regulatory agencies
  • Coordinate execution of coating activities as defined by the Mechanical Integrity Engineer
  • Oversight and management of coatings crews offshore

  • Generate and/or review work packs

  • Arrange logistics to meet work pack requirements (equipment, materials, personnel, etc.)

  • Maintaining program databases (coating survey, equipment, materials)

  • Generate status reports and others as required

  • Support effort to comply with Conrtact Management requirements (i.e. interface plan)

  • Program cost management (SR/SE, cost tracking, accruals)

  • Perform regular offshore visits to check status of the program

Candidate profile

  • Education: A bachelor's degree in engineering or a related field, such as mechanical, civil, or materials engineering
  • Experience: Previous experience in a related role, such as reliability engineering, asset integrity management, or materials engineering. Experience with risk assessment, inspection techniques, and failure analysis is valuable.
  • Certifications: Professional certifications related to integrity engineering, such as API 510 (Pressure Vessel Inspector), API 570 (Piping Inspector), API 653 (Aboveground Storage Tank Inspector), or NACE (National Association of Corrosion Engineers) certifications
  • Technical Skills: Strong technical skills in areas such as structural analysis, materials science, corrosion control, and non-destructive testing (NDT) are essential. Familiarity with relevant software tools and technologies for data analysis and modeling may also be required.
  • Analytical Skills: Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills are crucial for identifying and addressing integrity issues and developing effective solutions.
  • HSEQ: A strong commitment to safety and a thorough understanding of safety regulations and best practices are essential for ensuring the integrity and reliability of assets and protecting personnel and the environment.
  • Proficiency in English Language
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