Materials and Corrosion Engineer
Profile Materials and Corrosion Engineer
We currently seek a Materials & Corrosion Engineer for one of our clients. The Materials & Corrosion Engineer is responsible for the completion of corrosion evaluations of equipment for process, utility and marine pipework for both new and conversion FPSO’s. In doing so, The Materials & Corrosion Engineer carries out a thorough corrosion risk analysis and advises the project team members and engineers on all matters associated with materials and corrosion.
Tasks & responsibilities
- Perform root-cause analysis for corrosion issues.
- Collaborate with the team in finding a corrosion mitigation or material replacement solution, also considering operational performance.
- Perform material selection.
- Prepare relevant documentation for the process, utility, marine pipework and equipment, based on corrosion evaluations, technical documents from (potential) clients and international material selection standards.
- Provide interdepartmental support on piping, equipment and structural material selection, material production and material substitution.
- Provide interdepartmental support on corrosion prevention and mitigation related issues.
- Review material certificates.
Requirements Materials and Corrosion Engineer
- Bachelor and/or Master degree in Materials Engineering, Corrosion Engineering, Metallurgy, Chemistry, Process Technology or equivalent.
- A minimum of 7 years of work experience in a similar position.
- Extensive knowledge of material (selection) standards, such as ASTM, API, AISI, ISO 21457, NORSOK M-001, NACE MR0175/ ISO 15156 and corrosion and degradation mechanisms in the Oil & Gas industry.
- Excellent command of the English language, written and spoken.
- Competences: communicative, strong analytical skills, excellent computer skills, improvement driven and eagerness to learn.