Pipeline Integrity Technician
Posted: 6/16/2021 3:38:55 PM
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NVI, LLC offers full benefits including:
•Traditional 401K Retirement Plan with Employer Match Benefit
•Profit Sharing Plan
•Health, Dental, Life, Short & Long Disability and Vision Insurances
The Pipeline Integrity Direct Assessment Inspector is responsible for, but not limited to, the following job description:
•Direct assessment of pipelines using MT, UTT, AUT/C-Scan, Shear wave UT, Phased Array UT, and VT.
•Perform existing coating assessment.
•Provide CP Readings (Soil Resistivity, Pipe to soil), soil samples, performing MIC tests.
•Corrosion and mechanical damage mapping using a Digital pit gauge and other advanced methods.
•Provide internal corrosion mapping using an AUT/C-Scan machine.
•Ultrasonic inspection of pipeline welding in accordance with API 1104, 20th edition.
•Raster, manual, semi-automated and automated PA scanning techniques.
•Linear Arrays and Sectorial Arrays.
•Internal corrosion direct assessment (ICDA), external corrosion direct assessment (ECDA), ILI verification, SCC investigation.
•Running R-String and KAPA Calculation.
•Perform UT thickness, Shear wave and Phased Array Inspections for crack detection and sizing.
•Able to manage projects and handle situations directly with the client.
•Ensure operational safety of all job-relevant equipment.
•Ability to follow supervisory instructions with minimum guidance.
•Responsible for reporting to the Director of Pipeline Integrity; and,
•Any further operational duties relating to Pipeline Integrity Operations.
Required Qualifications, Experience:
•High school diploma or G.E.D.
•Direct Assessment experience of at minimum 1 year.
•Current NDE certifications in MT, PT, UT, and/or VT.
•AUT/C-Scan Lead Inspector; and,
•Phased Array Level II Technician.
Preferred Qualifications, Experience:
•Bachelors or Advanced Degree is preferred.
•AWS Certified Welding Inspector
•Familiar with ASME V Article 4 PA Requirements.
•Familiar with ASME Code Case Requirements; and,
•PEC or Rig Pass Safe land/Safe gulf Training.
Preferred Skill Requirements:
•Able to meet a fluctuating working schedule.
•Above average computer skills including Spreadsheet and Word Processing software.
•Above average organization and communication skills.
•Able to meet travel requirements.
•Punctual and capable of meeting project start times.
•Capable of meeting deadlines.
•Effectively carry out supervisor’s instructions.
•Above average communication skills; and,
•Proficient in problem solving.
•Knowledgeable with OSHA’s General and Construction safety industries.
•Root Cause or TAP Root training.
•Able to pass FBI and Company drug/alcohol testing.
•Capable of passing Fit for Duty testing; and,
•Able to pass a motor vehicle check.