Skills: Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
Experience: 5 + Years
Education: Tech/Vocational Cert/Apprenticeship
Location: Rhineland Refinery Godorf, Germany
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29660BR Discipline Engineers Inspection Germany Rhineland Refinery Godorf/Wesseling At Shell Germany, our drive is to employ world-class individuals. We employ 4,200 people whose careers have benefitted from our industry-leading career development programme and unrivalled inhouse access to local and global experts. We are active in many areas such as Gas, Gas Marketing, Manufacturing & Distribution of oil products, Petrochemicals as well as Research & Development. Shell in Germany is one of the biggest retailers of energy products and one of the largest refinery operators. Our extensive R&D facilities in Hamburg allow us to offer a broad range of expertise on Retail Fuels, Lubes, and Marine, Power and Engine Vehicle Technology. Shell began operations in Germany in 1902. We are seeking to recruit highly motivated Discipline Engineers Inspection to join the Rhineland Refinery near Cologne.
This is an excellent career opportunity for Educated Inspectors to develop to the senior inspector level with full accountability in a given production unit.
The purpose of the role is to ensure the compliance to German pressure vessel code for manufacturing and operating of pressure equipment ("Druckgeraeterichtlinie and Betriebssicherheitsverordnung"), the regional environmental codes ("Wasserhaushaltsgesetz/VAwS") and various other Shell or internal codes andstandards for refinery equipment
- Determine the extent of corrosion and other deterioration of such static equipment as pressure vessels, piping, heat exchangers, storage tanks and similar types of equipment, specifically whether metal thickness and other conditions of the equipment are within the safety and operating limits prescribed by design and governing codes.
- Perform inspections by visual observation, conventional or advanced NDT.
- Become proficient in the use of advanced inspection technics.
- Estimate useful life expectancy of equipment and establish inspection schedules for future repairs and/or replacement.
- Advise when and how to repair and/or replace.
- Recommend alternate metallurgy and other techniques or equipment for combating corrosion and other deterioration.
- Work closely together with Material Corrosion Engineer on technical subjects.
- Inspect repair work on equipment performed by Contractors in the Refinery and outside at shops and initiate action to correct deficient work.
- Monitor and approve welding activities, i.e. welding specifications and Welder’s qualification, certificates and performance tests.
- Planning and execution of all inspection activities for Turnarounds.
- Prepare reports of inspections and tests including recommendations.
- Discuss inspection results with operating staff
- Inspect equipment under construction of fabrication in suppliers' shops.
- Audit external suppliers when deficient product quality is received through incoming good control.
- Develop and monitor inspection test plans as part of the project development of investments projects and act as gate keeper for quality and proper technical development in projects.
- Ensure optimized inspection by using the risk based inspection methodology in closed cooperation with the material corrosion engineer.
- Graduate degree in mechanical, material or process Engineering or comparable technical education
- EWE (European welding engineer certificate), SK/BP certificate (Sachkundiger / Befaehigte Person) according to the German pressure vessel code and/or an EMUA tank assessor certificate are very beneficial
- Proven experience in a similar funtion within the petroleum refining or chemical industry
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