Good day we are looking for Inspection Engineer to work for our prestige client within the mining sector in Saudi Arabia
Salary: Negotiable depending on years of experience
Start Date: Interviews to be held within South Africa
Requirements: Degree in Mechanical Engineering, 8+ years hands on working experience in a running Petrochemical / Fertilizer / Chemical Plant as an Inspection Engineer and should not be project based QA / QC related
Should be familiar with Engineering Codes, Industrial Inspection Techniques and Risk-Based Inspection Methodology
Should be familiar with International Standards and Codes like ASME, API, TEMA, ASTM, ANSI, etc.
Should have experience in inspection of various equipment like Columns, Tanks, Pressure Vessels, Boilers and Steam Related Systems, Piping, etc.
Should have experience in reviewing drawings, Equipment Data Sheet, line lists and specifications to decide the suitable welding consumables & welding processes Should have experience in corrosion monitoring, identifying defects and degradation mechanisms and be able to provide recommendations for short/long term repairs and replacement with necessary justifications
Should have experience in checking incoming materials as per codes and process standard specifications and dimensional checks as per approved drawings
Should have experience in inspection of pipe fittings, flanges, etc. correlation of mill test certificate, dimensional checks, condition of materials, documenting and reporting of nonconformity (if any )
Should have experience in reading P&ID, PFD & isometrics drawings for performing inspection related activities
Should have good knowledge of materials performance used in the manufacturing industry
Should have sub-contractor and vendor interface skills
Should be able to provide in-depth technical expertise to develop, manage and implement engineering analysis, activities and programs. Provide technical expertise and consultation through direct involvement to identify and resolve static equipment problems and provide recommendations for corrective action