|Wood Group Integrity Management (WGIM), formerly IONIK, an independently managed
international company providing innovative engineering and project management
solutions across a broad manufacturing and industrial base.
As part of the Wood Group organization (www.woodgroup.com), WGIM
leverages world-class knowledge, services and products, to deliver significant
added value to our clients in the oil and gas, mining, water and and power
generation industries. Wood Group is a major international energy services
company with a turnover in sales of $5.0 billion, employing more than
26,000 people in 46 countries worldwide.
Due to ongoing expansion throughout the Americas, we require the services of additional personnel to support this growth in the USA. WGIM has an immediate opening for a Principal
Corrosion and Integrity Engineer.
This Engineer will act as the owner's
agent and will be responsible for a variety of task:
Authorize reports for issue
Supervise staff and allocate work to engineers
Ensure projects are completed on time and within budget
Fostering goodwill amongst IONIK's Clients
Authorize issue of proposals
Compliance with the company's
Quality and HSE policies
Achieve company goals / personal
Have involvement with industry associations and academic institutions
Successful Candidates will possess and
demonstrate the following working knowledge:
Comprehensive understanding of gas/fluid stream chemistry and related corrosivity from wellhead to export facilities
Knowledge of corrosion mitigation measures for topsides and subsea facilities
Material degradation mechanisms
Production of chemistry as related to corrosion control mitigation measures
Corrosion management – Inspection and monitoring techniques
Understanding and working business awareness for the development and applications of innovative solutions in these areas of technology is helpful
The ability to effectively analyze data and represent recommendations to peers and management
Ability to both initiate and progress multiple tasks with minimal supervision
Ability to work effectively across technology functions and within multi-disciplinary teams
Strong networking and influencing skills to capture knowledge and best practice from other operations
PE and NACE certification is a
Minimum of Bachelor's Degree in
Mechanical Engineering or Chemical Engineering is required.
WGIM offers competitive wages, 3 weeks’
vacation, medical/dental/vision health plans, flexible spending accounts, immediate
participation in a 401K retirement plan and can assist with relocation.
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