Responsibilities for this position may include but are not limited to:

  • Facilitating Risk Based Inspection (RBI) assessments
  • The development of fixed equipment asset strategies using various engineering and NDE techniques
  • The development of fixed equipment integrity programs
  • Identifying and providing solutions to inspection issues
  • Conducting a range of qualitative, semi-quantitative, quantitative risk assessments, and developing mitigation and monitoring plans
  • SME will consult with business units to evaluate BU needs and recommend/implement solutions. This includes the evaluation of risk and potential business impact
  • Up to 30% travel, domestically and internationally. Trips are typically 2-3 weeks in length, particularly overseas travel.

Required Qualifications:

  • Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree
  • A minimum of 15 years of relevant work experience in materials or inspection in the refining, upstream or petrochemical industry
  • A minimum of 10 years' experience with inspection and integrity programs

Preferred Qualifications:

  • API certifications 510, 570 and 580 strongly preferred, and other related industry certifications, such as NDE, Nace, etc.
  • General proficiency and knowledge in IDMS software
  • Demonstrated working knowledge of corrosion/damage mechanism: Including process requirements, materials selection, failure analysis and interpretation and analysis of inspection data
  • RBI technical knowledge: Knowledge of process industry specifications. Experience with equipment risk ranking studies, determination of damage mechanisms and response to driving risks. Capable of critiquing the design and execution of existing RBI programs. Ability to develop and deploy RBI training
  • NDE technical knowledge: Including NDE principles and tool selection, interpretation of inspection data, critique, design, and execution of field NDE tests. Knowledge of and experience with field construction and fabrication shop QA/QC controls. Knowledge of industry specifications
  • Past participation in API inspection committees
  • Demonstrated safe working habits consistent with an Incident and Injury Free culture
  • Proven ability to work in and around operating facilities, manufacturer & testing sites, with occasional climbing and internal equipment access
  • Demonstrate role model behavior supporting Chevron principles and values, including support for diversity, leadership, teamwork, customer focus, and personal/process safety

Relocation Options:

  • Relocation may be considered