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TRAC Oil & Gas Ltd is a leading global provider of Rope Access Inspection, Repair & Maintenance services for the Oil & Gas and related industries.

 


Role:  Senior Inspection Engineer

Purpose of the role:

Based in the client office you will act as the focal point for delivering the life cycle fixed equipment integrity management and repair plans for their North Sea oil & gas assets.

Key responsibilities:

  • Ensure NDT and inspection procedures are adequate for planned and un-planned NDT/inspection tasks,
  • Responsible for planning, developing and maintaining campaign inspection/integrity related plans, including shutdown scopes,
  • Ensures inspection planned maintenance routines (PMRs) are updated and align in the Maintenance Management System (MMS),
  • Convey work instructions from the Written Scheme of Examinations (WSE) into workpacks accurately and issue workpacks in a timely manner
  • Responsible for ensuring the offshore inspection team have reviewed workpacks, understand the scopes and highlighted any issues, e.g. SIMOPS, that may impact on completion of scopes
  • Identify and maintain annual manpower plan and ensure sufficient and suitable resource is allocated to respective inspection tasks in line with the planned scopes
  • Ensuring all completed inspection reports are fully reviewed for clarity and accuracy and fulfillment of scope. Undertake periodic audit of the reports to ensure required quality is maintained.
  • Ensure deferral of inspection/integrity activity is flagged at the earliest opportunity and justifications raised in the MMS
  • Ensure  inspection summary statements are issued after workscope completion  and reviewed to ensure it provides a concise review of the inspections undertaken, key findings/results, highlight limitations and draft recommendations
  • Highlight to the integrity TA modifications or updates required to the RBIA/WSE based on inspection findings.
  • Verify the application of NDE methods for inspection activities. Specify NDE techniques, where necessary, maximise the use of non-invasive inspection techniques.
  • Conduct weekly meeting with the offshore inspection teams to discuss planning of upcoming and ongoing scopes, along with any other issues that may impact scope completion
  • Review MCDRs reports to ensure they meet relevant anomaly criteria and content is accurate to allow formal assessment and  monitor execution of remedial action and confirm close out of MCDRs.
  • Provide temporary relief to OIEs as deemed necessary,
  • Liaise with pipelines and structures disciplines to enact their inspection requirements
  • Assist with budget preparation and cost management/forecasting based on inspection plan and actuals.
  • Attend 28 day, 90 day and shutdown planning meetings, raise Mobilisation request forms for all planned activities and facilitate the efficient mobilisation of personnel.
  • Provide day-to-day co-ordination and liaison with OIE and campaign NDT Teams and   Work to resolve all relevant technical queries.
  • Be able to carry out Level 1 fitness for service assessment in line with API 579
  • Be familiar with piping and vessel design codes, e.g. ASME B31.3, ASME VIII, PD 5500

Qualifications:

Essential:

  • HNC in mechanical engineering or equivalent,
  • Must have or have held API 570 or 510 accreditation.
  • Must have held NDT qualifications
  • ASME Level 1 Plant inspector.

Preferred:

  • Offshore medical, BOSIET and MIST certification

Experience / Knowledge Required:

Essential:

  • Minimum 10 years’ experience in an Inspection Engineering role,
  • Minimum 5 years in the role of Offshore Inspection Engineer
  • Must have NDT experience and held NDT qualifications

Preferred:

  • Working knowledge of inspection management database systems e.g. ACET, COABIS
  • Working knowledge of CMS (MAXIMO, SAP or similar)

Additional Skills/Requirements:

  • Must be familiar with Risk Based Inspection assessments and integrity/inspection management processes
  • Excellent planning and organisation skills with ability to deliver results
  • Computer literate with high level of competence in the use of Microsoft Office packages, e.g. MS Excel, MS Word, and MS PowerPoint as well as discipline related software
  • Excellent communication skills – written and oral
  • Proven ability to develop highly effective working relationships – at all the levels, internally & externally

All Cv’s to be sent to the following address; ian.somers@trac.com

All applications will be dealt with in the strictest of confidence.

 


Offshore Inspection Engineer

We are recruiting for an Offshore Inspection Engineer with appropriate experience, certification and qualifications to be based in our Aberdeen office.

The key Responsibilities for this role are:

  • Pressure equipment and tank inspection including marine specific knowledge of FSU/FPSO tanks & structures
  • Familiarity with ‘in-service’ deterioration mechanisms and NDT techniques
  • Four years’ experience of ‘in-service’ plant inspection and NDT in an offshore environment
  • Competent Offshore Inspection Engineer

The required Qualifications are:

  • American Petroleum Institute (API) 510 Pressure Vessel Inspector Certificate or
  • Certification Scheme for Welding and Inspection Personnel (CSWIP) Plant Inspector (Level 2 preferred)

Please send your CV and cover letter to:
Recruitment, TRAC Oil & Gas, 3 Thistle Road, Dyce, Aberdeen, AB21 0NN

Email: oilandgas@trac.com

All applications will be dealt with in the strictest of confidence.


Senior Inspection Engineer
Based in the client office you will act as the focal point for delivering the life cycle fixed equipment integrity management and repair plans for their North Sea oil & gas assets.

Key responsibilities:

  • Ensure NDT and inspection procedures are adequate for planned and un-planned NDT/inspection tasks,
  • Responsible for planning, developing and maintaining campaign inspection/integrity related plans, including shutdown scopes,
  • Ensures inspection planned maintenance routines (PMRs) are updated and align in the Maintenance Management System (MMS),
  • Convey work instructions from the Written Scheme of Examinations (WSE) into workpacks accurately and issue workpacks in a timely manner
  • Responsible for ensuring the offshore inspection team have reviewed workpacks, understand the scopes and highlighted any issues, e.g. SIMOPS, that may impact on completion of scopes
  • Identify and maintain annual manpower plan and ensure sufficient and suitable resource is allocated to respective inspection tasks in line with the planned scopes
  • Ensuring all completed inspection reports are fully reviewed for clarity and accuracy and fulfillment of scope. Undertake periodic audit of the reports to ensure required quality is maintained.
  • Ensure deferral of inspection/integrity activity is flagged at the earliest opportunity and justifications raised in the MMS
  • Ensure  inspection summary statements are issued after workscope completion  and reviewed to ensure it provides a concise review of the inspections undertaken, key findings/results, highlight limitations and draft recommendations
  • Highlight to the integrity TA modifications or updates required to the RBIA/WSE based on inspection findings.
  • Verify the application of NDE methods for inspection activities. Specify NDE techniques, where necessary, maximise the use of non-invasive inspection techniques.
  • Conduct weekly meeting with the offshore inspection teams to discuss planning of upcoming and ongoing scopes, along with any other issues that may impact scope completion
  • Review MCDRs reports to ensure they meet relevant anomaly criteria and content is accurate to allow formal assessment and  monitor execution of remedial action and confirm close out of MCDRs.

Provide temporary relief to OIEs as deemed necessary,

  • Liaise with pipelines and structures disciplines to enact their inspection requirements
  • Assist with budget preparation and cost management/forecasting based on inspection plan and actuals.
  • Attend 28 day, 90 day and shutdown planning meetings, raise Mobilisation request forms for all planned activities and facilitate the efficient mobilisation of personnel.
  • Provide day-to-day co-ordination and liaison with OIE and campaign NDT Teams and   Work to resolve all relevant technical queries.
  • Be able to carry out Level 1 fitness for service assessment in line with API 579
  • Be familiar with piping and vessel design codes, e.g. ASME B31.3, ASME VIII, PD 5500

Qualifications

Essential:

  • HNC in mechanical engineering or equivalent,
  • Must have or have held API 570 or 510 accreditation.
  • Must have held NDT qualifications
  • ASME Level 1 Plant inspector.

Preferred: Offshore medical, BOSIET and MIST certification

Experience / Knowledge Required

Essential:

  • Minimum 10 years’ experience in an Inspection Engineering role
  • Minimum 5 years in the role of Offshore Inspection Engineer
  • Must have NDT experience and held NDT qualifications

Preferred:

  • Working knowledge of inspection management database systems e.g. ACET, COABIS
  • Working knowledge of CMS (MAXIMO, SAP or similar)

Additional Skills/Requirements:

  • Must be familiar with Risk Based Inspection assessments and integrity/inspection management processes
  • Excellent planning and organisation skills with ability to deliver results
  • Computer literate with high level of competence in the use of Microsoft Office packages, e.g. MS Excel, MS Word, and MS PowerPoint as well as discipline related software
  • Excellent communication skills – written and oral
  • Proven ability to develop highly effective working relationships – at all the levels, internally & externally

All CV’s to be sent to the following address; ian.somers@trac.com . All applications will be dealt with in the strictest of confidence.


Offshore Field staff

Aberdeen:

TRAC provide specialist access and engineering solutions. TRAC are interested in receiving CVs from the relevant trade and technical disciplines noted in our service capabilities, and specifically the following position:

6G FCAW/SMAW Coded Welders

Due to an increase in the number of forthcoming offshore contracts, our recruitment for qualified

Welder personnel has increased and we now have vacancies for offshore experienced personnel in the North Sea.

Candidates must possess the following qualifications:

  • 6G FCAW/SMAW
  • IRATA Level 1  or above
  • Plasma Cutting and Gouging experience

Valid Offshore Survival, MIST and OGUK Medical Certificates are essential.

Please send your CV and cover letter to:
Recruitment, TRAC Oil & Gas, 3 Thistle Road, Dyce, Aberdeen, AB21 0NN

Email: oilandgas@trac.com

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Due to an increase in the number of forthcoming offshore work scopes in the North Sea, our requirement for a qualified Weld Inspector has increased and we now have a vacancy for this position.

Candidates must possess the following qualifications as a minimum;

  • CSWIP 3.1 / 3.2 Weld Inspection Certification
  • DPI / MPI and UT 3.1,3.2  Inspection
  • Previous experience of hardness testing is essential .

Valid Offshore Survival, MIST, EBS and OGUK Medical Certificates are essential.

Please send your CV and cover letter to:
Recruitment, TRAC Oil & Gas, 3 Thistle Road, Dyce, Aberdeen, AB21 0NN

Email: oilandgas@trac.com

All applications will be dealt with in the strictest of confidence.

 


Contact

An attractive package will be offered and will be dependent on qualifications and experience. Address: Recruitment TRAC Oil & Gas Thistle Road Dyce Aberdeen AB21 0NN Email: oilandgasjobs@trac.com   TRAC is an Equal Opportunities Employer TRAC is an Investor in People ALL APPLICATIONS SHALL BE DEALT WITH IN THE STRICTEST OF CONFIDENCE

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