Skills: Student / Recent Grad, QA / QC / Inspection
Education: High School/Secondary
Location: Houston, Texas, United States
Oceaneering is a global provider of engineered services and products, primarily to the offshore energy industry. We develop products and services for use throughout the lifecycle of an offshore oilfield, from drilling to decommissioning. We operate the world's premier fleet of work class ROVs. Additionally, we are a leader in offshore oilfield maintenance services, umbilicals, subsea hardware, and tooling. We also use applied technology expertise to serve the defense, entertainment, material handling, aerospace, science, and renewable energy industries.
The Inspector I inspects offshore structures, vessels, pipelines, and their appurtenances for structural and coating condition, as per API RP 2SIM & API RP 2FPS.
Duties & Responsibilities
- Examine materials or products for anomalies, damage, or defects, such as cracks, pits, incomplete welds, holes, dents, excessive corrosion, examines coating conditions, etc. under minimal supervision.
- Work with diving contractors or individually to perform various inspections, surveys and record data of offshore structures, vessels and pipelines. Will receive direction from inspection team leader in situations requiring more than one person.
- Perform cathodic protection surveys of offshore structures, vessels and pipelines using a "drop-cell" technique.
- Use NDT, camera, video and written documentation techniques in the inspection and survey of offshore/onshore structures, vessels and pipelines.
- Create appropriate drawings and sketches to supplement written data.
- Use and maintain various types of inspection equipment.
- Generate inspection reports using various computer software applications.
- Keeps inspection data organized.
- Performing inspection support work as needed.
- Working at least 180 days per year offshore, usually on a non-rotational basis, i.e., there is no set schedule and the duration of a given job is not fixed. Travel to offshore locations by vessel or aircraft.
- Time not spent offshore is generally spent in the office generating CAIRS inspection reports. (CAIRS is an acronym for Computer Aided Inspection Reporting Software)
- May learn and utilize rope access techniques (optional) where ropes and specialized hardware are used as the primary means of providing access, structural or mechanical inspection, and support to other workers.
- Performing inspection support work as needed.
- May test mechanisms for sturdiness, clearance, and freedom of movement.
- May assist training other personnel in inspection and reporting practices and techniques.
- Use computer and various software applications to prepare, check, and package various types of inspection and survey reports.
- Ability to continuously learn and improve office and computer skills.
- This position has NO supervisory responsibilities.
- CAIRS Manager or Project Manager
- High School Diploma or General Education Degree (GED)
- One (1) year related NDT experience and/or training, or equivalent combination of education and experience
- At least one of the following NDT certifications: ACFM, Eddy Current, VT, PT, MT. UT or RT
- At least one of the following Rope Access Certifications: IRATA or SPRAT
- Must possess or be able to obtain a TWIC card
- Valid Passport
- Safe Gulf & HUET Water Survival
- Must be able to work in harsh environments
- NACE OCAT, ASNT Certifications
- Basic computer knowledge in Microsoft Word and Excel
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES, AND OTHER CHARACTERISTICS
- Ability to work in a team environment, remaining attentive to ideas, recognizing responsibilities, and actively participating with others to accomplish assignments and achieve desired goals.
- Use graphics and other aids to clarify complex or technical information.
- Make connections and patterns among systems and data issues.
- Ability to obtain relevant information from a variety of sources.
This position is considered OFFSHORE WORK which is characterized as follows.
- Almost exclusively outdoors during the day and occasionally at night
- Occasional exposure to airborne dust in the work place
- Occasional exposure to confined spaces
- Frequent exposure to elevated heights
- Occasional noise over 85 decibels
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
This position is considered HEAVY work.
- Lift up to 100 pounds
- Climbing, stooping, kneeling, squatting, and reaching
- Elbows flexed with wrists unsupported
- Lift up to 25-50 pounds
- Elbows flexed with wrists supported
- Lift up to 25 pounds
- Repetitive movements of arms and hands
- Sit with back supported
Equal Opportunity Employer
All qualified candidates will receive consideration for all positions without regard to race, color, age, religion, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran status, disability, genetic information, or other non-merit factors.
Oceaneering pushes the frontiers of deep water, space and motion entertainment environments to execute with new, leading-edge connections to solve tomorrow’s challenges, today.
As the trusted subsea connection specialist, our experience combined with the depth and breadth of our portfolio of technologies allows us to engineer solutions for the most complex subsea challenges. From routine to extreme, our integrated products, services, and innovative solutions safely de-risk operational systems, increase reliability, and enable a lower total cost of ownership.
We are connecting what’s needed with what’s next as the world’s largest ROV operator and the leading ROV provider to the oil and gas industry with over 300 systems operating worldwide. With our safety-focused and innovative approach, we responsively and decisively react to subsea challenges while providing solutions swiftly and efficiently.