Metallurgist - corrosion specialist. Petrochemicals. California Refiner.

Salary: up to 150,000
Status: Full-time
Job Reference: 1263
Date Published: 04/21/05
Position Description:
You will Provide metallurgical, materials and corrosion engineering
support for Petrochemical operating units including metallurgy, process
corrosion monitoring, process corrosion control and mitigation, opportunity
crude evaluation, primary contact for 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 materials and corrosion control
documents. Stays current with emerging technologies and materials-related
activities in Petrochemical industry organizations ( 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
Qualifications / Experience:
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 Oil and Gas downstream Petrochemicals industry
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. IF you have
substanital experience there are also much more senior roles and comparable
compensation. MSWORD Resume please.
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