Provide technical expertise, supervise and perform routine maintenance, installation, repair and adjustment on the cathodic protection system to ensure availability and safe operations.
Job Specific Accountabilities (Part 1)
Maintenance Execution and Inspection • Analyse and perform troubleshooting of cathodic protection related problems for CP system to ensure continuous availability. • Carryout inspections and participate in corrosion management, risk evaluations, structural analysis and failure analysis of cathodic protection system to facilitate safe operations. • Supervise external and internal painting works and supervise pin brazing and stud welding activities to ensure quality. CP Systems Monitoring and Surveys • Monitor overall performance of cathodic protection systems to meet established schedules and instructions and highlight deficiency in the existing system. • Supervise, record and plot the potential reading and take action to bring up potentials wherever they are below protective levels and reports major deviations for corrective action. • Monitor and observe the devising methods and implementation to upgrade protective potentials by providing resistive bond, insulating joints, hot spot protection and adjusting current out puts. • Participate in the assessment of equipment to identify corrosion and coating damages, • Carry out soil resistively surveys and holiday detection surveys to detect cracks or defects in the protective coating. • Monitor and report damage from third party and report potential damage to Supervisor for remedial action. Technical Expertise and Design / new installations • Provide technical support for development, implementation and commissioning of new projects in the cathodic protection installation to optimize costs and ensure compliance with applicable standards and best practices. • Participate in defining the technical requirements, technical bid evaluation and inspection of equipment/ systems on receipt to ensure specifications and required quality. Records and Procedures • Update Inspection Management System records and review/ update procedures related to CP system to ensure efficiency and timely completion of assignments.
Job Specific Accountabilities (Part 2)
Job Specific Accountabilities (Part 3)
Supervision • Plan, supervise and coordinate all activities in the assigned area to meet functional objectives. • Train and develop the assigned staff on relevant skills to enable them to become proficient on the job and deliver the respective section objectives. Budgets • Provide input for preparation of the Department/ Section budgets and assist in the implementation of the approved Budget and work plans to deliver Section objectives. • Investigate and highlight any significant variances to support effective performance and cost control. Policies, Systems, Processes & Procedures • Implement approved Department / Section policies, processes, systems, standards and procedures in order to support execution of the Department / Section's work programs in line with Company and International standards. • Comply with all applicable legislation and legal regulations. Performance Management • Contribute to the achievement of the approved Performance Objectives for the Department / Section in line with the Company Performance framework. Innovation and Continuous Improvement • Design and implement new tools and techniques to improve the quality and efficiency of operational processes. • Identify improvements in internal processes against best practices in pursuit of greater efficiency in line with ISO standards in order to define intelligent solutions for issues confronting the function. Health, Safety, Environment (HSE) and Sustainability • Comply with relevant HSE policies, procedures & controls and applicable legislation and sustainability guidelines in line with international standards, best practices and ADNOC Code of Practices Reports • Provide inputs to prepare Section MIS and progress reports for Company Management
Generic Accountabilities (continue)
Internal Communications & Working Relationships
Contact with line Manager/ peers and other employees within the company/Group as required
External Communications & Working Relationships
Contact with external parties including consultants, third party service providers, and government agencies as required
Bachelor Degree in Chemical Engineering or equivalent Professional Qualification
Minimum Experience, Knowledge & Skills
6 years of experience in carrying out cathodic protection monitoring, upgrading and inspection activities within a large industrial organization, preferably in the Oil and Gas industry.
Work Condition, Physical effort & Work Environment
Physical Effort Minimal Work Environment A/C environment, could be exposed to the prevailing weather conditions like heat, humidity and dust during occasional site visits.
Job Family / Sub Family: Technical Services / Asset Integrity & Assurance