|Date Posted||September 3, 2019|
Lloydminster, SKPosting End Date: Sep 17, 2019
Posting will expire at 11:59 pm local time.
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This position is responsible for providing corrosion engineering support for Lloydminster Cold Production for pipelines, treatment facilities and other assets related to upstream production. This is a senior position and requires delegation, supervision and authentication of work completed by junior team members
Develops and maintains corrosion management strategies for pipeline and facility equipment
Works with 3rd party vendors to review corrosion monitoring data and optimize systems
Identifies lessons learned and develop operating best practices to mitigate high-risk corrosion mechanisms
Performs corrosion evaluations, conducts root-cause failure analyses
Prepares reports and make recommendations to prevent future failures
Works with third party vendors to conduct detailed analyses
Reviews designs for new installations and facility improvements for corrosion issues
Identifies and recommends appropriate mitigation strategies to be incorporated in the designs
Participates in Management of Change reviews for changes to facility equipment, processes or operational practices
Delegates, supervises, and reviews work being performed by junior team members
Provides mentorship and technical guidance for junior team members
5-10 years of experience corrosion monitoring for upstream pipeline systems and facilities
5-10 years of experience performing corrosion evaluations and failure analysis for oil and gas facility equipment
5 years experience designing corrosion management plans
5-10 years of experience working in upstream or downstream oil and gas facilities or pipelines
Thorough understanding of internal & external corrosion mechanisms common to upstream oil & gas
Thorough understanding knowledge of direct and indirect corrosion monitoring methods including, visual, chemical, electronic and non-destructive techniques
Thorough understanding of corrosion mitigation techniques, including coating application, process control, chemical inhibition and electrochemical methods
Ability to supervise, review and approve work of junior team members
Familiar with oil & gas facility design, operation and maintenance
Strong, effective communication and presentation skills.
Ability to effectively manage multiple competing priorities and tasks
Ability to develop and maintain strong working relationships with operations personnel
Education & Professional Designations
Degree in engineering (mechanical, materials or chemical preferred) or diploma from an accredited technical institution with a focus on corrosion sciences
Internal Corrosion for Pipelines from NACE International or equivalent
Licensed professional engineer or professional licensee (Engineering) in Alberta or Saskatchewan
Other certifications such as NACE Senior and Specialist-level certifications would be considered an asset.
Could include frequent sitting, standing, constant computer work, driving, working at site, etc.
Safety Sensitive: Yes
As this position has been identified as safety sensitive, employment of a final candidate selected for this position will be conditional upon successful completion of required pre-employment medical and drug alcohol assessments.
Please note that pre-employment background checks are pre-conditions to Husky employment offers and must be completed successfully before you are confirmed to start with Husky.
At Husky, we respect diversity and embrace an inclusive culture. We value uniqueness and different perspectives as they play a critical role in our success. To achieve this, individuals are selected based on qualifications, merit, and abilities and we encourage applications from everyone including visible minorities, Indigenous peoples, women, and persons with disabilities.
Consistent with the Accords Act, residents of Newfoundland and Labrador specifically and Canada generally, who are qualified, will be given first consideration for training and employment.
Husky Energy is an integrated Canadian energy company. It is headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, and is publicly traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol HSE. The Company operates Upstream and Downstream business segments, with operations in Canada, the United States, China and Indonesia.
Husky's balanced growth strategy focuses on consistent execution, disciplined financial management and safe and reliable operations.