Major Refinery seeks metallurgical/ Corrosion expertise. up to 120,000 USD $ /year


Metallurgical, materials and corrosion engineering support for refinery
> operating units including metallurgy, process corrosion monitoring, > process
> corrosion control and mitigation, opportunity crude evaluation, primary
> contact for refinery corrosion control vendors, and project and > maintenance
> materials selection. Supports capital projects in areas of materials
> selection and equipment degradation control methodologies. Supports
> turnaround organizations in piping/equipment degradation identification > and
> use of risk-based methodology. Implements best practices for common > problem
> areas, maintenance of refinery materials and corrosion control documents.
> Stays current with emerging technologies and materials-related activities > in
> refining industry organizations (NACE, API, etc.). Applies knowledge of
> engineering principles and practices in broad areas of assignments and
> related fields. Applies techniques and theories, precepts and practices of
> the field and related sciences and disciplines. Consults with supervisor
> concerning unusual problems and developments. Develops and evaluates plans
> and criteria for a variety of projects and activities to be carried out by
> others.
>
> Requirements
> Bachelor of Science degree in Metallurgical Engineering or Materials
> Engineering required. Degree in Mechanical or Chemical Engineering with
> Metallurgy/Materials emphasis could be considered. Minimum of three years
> experience in the refining industry required. Self-motivated and strong
> communication skills required. Ability to explain materials and corrosion
> control concepts required. Demonstrated leadership required. Ability to > work
> as part of a team required. CANDIDATES WITH GREATER QUALIFICATIONS MAY BE
> CONSIDERED FOR A HIGHER LEVEL POSITION.
>
> MUST BE A GREEN CARD HOLDER OR CITIZEN OF USA.
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John:
Does the compensation package include life insurance? For why, see March 23, 2005 Texas City explosion @
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