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Corrosion Technician
United State Of America
May 04, 2019
Salary: Negotiable
Experience 3.0-6.0 years
Job Category Technician Jobs
Employment Type Full time
Industry Oil & Gas
Skill Corrosion Engineering
Role Mechanical Technician Jobs ,Other Technicican Jobs
Designation Mechanical Technician and Sr Mechanical Technician,Technician I Commissioning
Education Diploma,High School Diploma
No. of vacancies 1
About Company

Wood Group designs, modifies, constructs and operates industrial facilities mainly for the oil & gas sector, right across the asset lifecycle.

Job Description

Overview / Responsibilities

Wood has a rich history of operations in the Permian across Texas and New Mexico; we also have operations in 60+ countries being carried out by our workforce of 60,000 professionals, generating over $10b in revenue annually. 

Our depth and breadth enables us to offer prospective employees growth opportunities, stability and an exciting place to work.

We are a global company with local roots and here in the Delaware Basin we are actively recruiting for Corrosion Technicians.

Wood offers competitive pay, excellent benefits and career advancement opportunities.

Authorization to work permanently in the U.S. without sponsorship required.

Job Description:

  • Execute external, internal, and atmospheric corrosion control practices to maintain the integrity of the pipeline. The candidate must have a strong commitment to safety and environmental policies.
  • Responsible for all facets of field executed corrosion duties, as well as assisting in the pre-construction design processes to mitigate foreseen corrosion problem areas. Assist in creating and maintaining corrosion control records for company use as well as for regulatory use or compliance. This is an extremely "hands-on" position requiring field work and the ability to support the field on an after-hours, on-call basis.

Specific Job Requirements/Skills
  • Basic understanding of pipeline gathering systems and External and Internal maintenance practices Read and decipher alignment sheets, aerial imagery, and mapping
  • Understand the principals of gas flow and hydraulics Familiar with current Federal and State DOT Pipeline regulations and the ability to stay updated with new policies Display good troubleshooting skills and solve technical issues in a timely manner
  • Work well in a team or solo work environment Possess good computer skills along with proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Office Software
  • Must be a "self-starter", trustworthy, and dependable
  • Display good communication skills
  • Minimum NACE Level I Certified or 2 year technical associates degree or 3 years relevant work experience

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