Technician Integrity - Pipe Inspector

About the Role:

The Pipe Inspector is accountable for performing piping walk-downs, identifying inspection locations, and performing visual inspections as identified or requested for asset integrity management.

Further, the Pipe Inspector will ensure: -

  • Statutory inspections in accordance with the maintenance plan

  • Preparation of inspection reporting in compliance to Jurisdictional codes and Orica engineering practices

  • Administrative processing of inspection reports and inspection photos in the PEMS

  • Raise notifications and reports in SAP for future work

Key Responsibilities:

  • Ensure that safety, health, and environmental procedures are adhered to by all team members.

  • Support a work environment that encourages individuals to be self-motivated.

  • Identify risks to current (and foreseeable) compliance deliver proposals to ensure compliance.

  • Review and analyse historic inspection reports prior to conducting inspection activities.

  • Perform in-service inspections of pressure piping in Ammonia Plant and Acid Plants.

  • Communicate the inspection results to Integrity Team via Inspection reports and/or Inspection Recommendations.

  • Analyse and document inspection results using the Oricaâs inspection data management system, and maintain inspection supporting photos and files.

  • Maintain and communicate Inspection schedule for piping and inspection recommendation due dates to assure safe and reliable operations as well as maintain compliance.

Key Requirements:

The Kooragang Islandâs manufacturing complex is comprised of an Ammonia plant, three nitric acid plants and two ammonium nitrate plants. The site has significant dispatch operations, capable of providing bagged, containerised or bulk product for distribution.

Reporting to the Pressure System Engineer, the incumbent is required to ensure all inspections are planned and performed correctly and meet the applicable code, jurisdictional and Orica procedures.

The incumbent will require an ability work with a number of different site teams in a cooperative manner.

  • Knowledge regarding corrosions, degradation mechanisms and material specifications

  • Minimum high school diploma with 3 years fixed equipment inspection experience in the petrochemical or chemical manufacturing industry

  • AICIP or API 570 Certification (preferred)

  • Good understanding of SAP Plant Maintenance module and experience working with SAP Hana (preferred)

  • Ability to read and understand P&IDâs, isometric drawings, and pipe specifications.

  • Physical ability to climb and work at heights

  • Possess unquestioned reputation for integrity, ethics, personal values and solid character

  • Respects company values

  • Good safety ethic

  • Builds the trust of others both internally and externally

  • Demonstrate business understanding

  • Ability to make calculated decisions confidently

  • Ability to working in and with teams whilst supporting the success of others

Job Reference Number: NEWCIJ202398013

How to Apply:

Click on the Apply button or for more information please contact your WorkPac Recruitment Co-Ordinator: Rebecca Ross on (02) 4927 7766 or via email at quoting the above reference number.

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Job title: Technician Integrity - Pipe Inspector
Contract type: Full Time
Location: Regional NSW - Newcastle, Maitland & Hunter, Regional New South Wales
Industry: QA and QC Manufacturing/Operations
Job expiry: 2023-10-12
Reference: NEWCIJ202398013


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