Company: BP
Skills: Corrosion Engineering
Experience: 5 + Years
Education: High School/Secondary
Employment Type: Full Time Contractor
Location: Dubuque, Iowa, United States
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Responsible for providing Corrosion engineering support to projects or operations, including maintenance, inspection and turnaround, proactively interacting with other disciplines, teams, sub functions and contractors to systematically resolve problems and applying basic engineering judgement to deliver integrated, pragmatic solutions focused on risk management, operating efficiency, defect elimination and standardisation.Roles & responsibilities:
  • Maintain all corrosion control records and diagrams as required by regulations and BP business practice
  • Assist in preparing detailed engineering evaluations of corrosion mitigation processes in your area of responsibility to determine practical and cost effective means of protecting assets from corrosion.
  • Responsible for installation, maintenance and monitoring of corrosion control systems.
  • Provide technical assistance to field operations and maintenance personnel in matters regarding cathodic protection, protective coatings, material selection, corrosion inhibitors & biocides, corrosion data management, construction techniques, and testing procedures for the prevention and control of corrosion.
  • Provide technical support for regulatory audits
  • Informally trains operations and maintenance personnel by raising individual knowledge and awareness of corrosion control (i.e. coatings).
  • Assist in emergency leak response. Analyze data gathered after leaks resulting from corrosion and implement approved corrosion related corrective actions
  • Participates in internal inspections by communicating close interval and depth-of-cover survey results and other pertinent corrosion data to the ILI team
  • Conduct system surveys for exposed pipelines (i.e. spans and soil-to-air transitions, station piping).
  • Observe all applicable USPL policies and procedures
Essential Education:
  • High School Diploma or GED
Essential Skills & Experience:
  • Minimum 5 years experience in the pipeline corrosion prevention field
  • Demonstrates a working knowledge of corrosion survey & data collection techniques
  • Possesses a working knowledge of electrical components
Desired Criteria:
  • Formal cathodic protection education/training
  • NACE Certification ( CP Level 1) - preferred within 6 months, required with 1 year
  • Budgeting and Project Management skills