Materials Corrosion Engineer - Delaware

Company: CameronCraigGroup ( Learn More )

General Information
$95,000.00 - $105,000.00 /Year
4 Year Degree
At least 5 year(s)
Not Specified
Job Description We are conducting a search for Corrosion and Materials Engineer for our energy client located in the Newark, Delaware area. This premier Company offers a stimulating work, above average compensation in a family friendly and community involved environment.  The focus would be to provide corrosion and materials engineering services in order to ensure safety, reliability and mechanical equipment integrity.  
  • Provides Materials Engineering consulting, including inspectors, engineers, management, operations, and maintenance.
  • Provides consultation on materials selection, corrosion monitoring and control, remaining life assessment, and repair strategies.
  • Actively works to maintain open and clear communication between Reliability and Inspection group, Process and Design Engineering, Operations, and Project Engineering.
  • Facilitates cooperation among technical groups to improve reliability.
  • Participates in planning and executing work plans for plant turnarounds and capital projects.
  • Supports and updates plant corrosion/damage mechanism reviews as part of the PHA process, Metallurgical Reviews, and Risk-Based Inspection plans.
  • Develops and reviews technical specifications relating to materials and corrosion, including development and updating of Integrity Operating Windows and Corrosion Control Documents.
  • Mentors inspectors, engineers, and others in materials technologies such as materials selection, welding and fabrication, and corrosion control. Manages Level 2 and 3 Fitness for Service Assessments.
  • Works with other Materials Engineers in to develop common tools, processes, and decision making criteria.
  • Works within the industry community for training, obtaining technical information needed for consultation, and staying current with the state of the art knowledge that may have application at the site.
  • Demonstrated 5+ years of experience in process, refinery or power plant Materials Engineering or equivalent, including corrosion mechanism reviews, inspection practices and techniques, material properties, and repair techniques is required.
  • Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree is required.
  • Must be able to work in and around operating facilities, climb ladders, access internals of equipment, etc.
  • Must be willing and able to respond to emergency calls and work extended hours, especially during turnaround events and occasionally on an unplanned basis.
  • Technical Aptitude – Demonstrated strong fundamentals in Materials Engineering technical knowledge; materials selection, corrosion monitoring and control, failure analysis, interpretation of inspection data, and mechanical design.
  • Proven knowledge of plant processes and fixed equipment damage mechanisms.
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