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The primary responsibility of the Corrosion and Materials Engineer is to ensure fixed equipment mechanical integrity, i.e., reliability and availability, avoid leaks, failures and process safety events. Basic activities to support this effort include monitoring and responding to refinery operational conditions, implementing and supporting Inspection Department initiatives and providing technical input for Maintenance Department and Project Engineering objectives.
Responsibilities may include:
Participating in and promoting all aspects of the refinery safety program. Visibly demonstrating commitment to workplace safety of employees and contractors through personal engagement, direct communication and by setting a good example.
Resolving problems involving corrosion or other forms of deterioration; providing recommendations for repairs, changes, replacements.
Performing and/or coordinating failure analysis, metallographic analysis, specialized inspections and determining the need for and contracts outside services of contractors.
Performing and/or coordinating fitness-for-service evaluations and risk-based inspection activities.
Reviewing activities and results of on-site corrosion control chemical vendor.
Reviewing changes in unit operations impacting mechanical integrity with Operations and Inspection personnel.
Providing oversight and management of Cathodic Protection system and Soil Resistivity testing.
Providing technical reviews and input regarding temperatures, pressures and corrosion rates to Management of Change system.
Functioning as the refinery SME for feed stock change MOCs regarding potential impact to corrosion and equipment reliability.
Providing submittals, where applicable, for inspection-related refinery expense and capital budgets.
Can perform design, review and/or coordinate approval of on-stream repairs for refinery fixed equipment and piping along with Fixed Equipment Engineers.
Participating in developing complex welding procedures such as dissimilar materials or on-stream welds.
Providing leadership in progressing work and verifying compliance with company mechanical integrity standards such as:
Sulfidation service equipment (process conditions vs. metallurgy).
Atmospheric Overhead Required Standard
Damage Mechanism Reviews and equipment specific inspection planning.
Systemization and Circuitization
Injection and mix point design and operation
Functioning as the Refinery Committee Representative for corporate Engineering Specifications and review and approval of related deviation requests.
Functioning as a representative in establishing and monitoring mechanical integrity related ROL's.
Performing reviews of Project Engineering design packages for proper material selection, temperature and pressures of fixed equipment items.
Developing/presenting/sponsoring personnel training for M.I. subjects.
Working knowledge, applying and understanding pertinent industry Codes and Standards, especially NBIC, ASME and API Codes and Standards (e.g. ASME B31.3, 16.5, 31.1, API 510, 570, 653).
Legally authorized to work in the job posting country
Bachelor's degree in Engineering
Valid Driver's License
Intermediate proficiency in Microsoft Office
Willing and able to perform and comply with the following:
Travel up to 5% of the time
Work extended hours, which may include evenings, weekends and holidays
Be on call
Work safely near large, hot, high-speed machines
Climb ladders and stairs up to 200 feet in height
Transport articles up to 50 pounds
Work around chemicals, including acids and bases
Work around hydrocarbons under high pressure and heat
Work outside in harsh weather conditions
Wear fire-retardant clothing and personal protective equipment (such as steel-toe shoes, ear and eye protection)
Maintain face daily so that a respirator/face mask can seal properly (some examples include being free of facial hair and/or clean shaven)
Willing and able to obtain a Transportation Worker Identification Card (TWIC). Information can be found at https://www.tsa.gov/for-industry/twic https://www.tsa.gov/for-industry/twic
Bachelor's degree in Materials, Metallurgical or Corrosion Engineering
1 or more years of experience in the oil and gas industry
1 or more years of experience with the fundamentals of corrosion and methods of corrosion control
Current API/ASME/AWS certifications
Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations
Ability to write technical reports and effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers and general plant personnel
Proficient in Equity Engineering Plant Manager, RBI and PCMS software packages
Proficient with API 530 and performing heater remaining tube life calculations
Proficient with API and capable of performing a variety of Level 1 and 2 Fitness for Service calculations
At Phillips 66, while "what" we do may be very different from person to person, there's a "how" that connects all of us. It is how we work, how we collaborate and how we succeed together. It's this shared "how" that our competency framework describes in detail. We call it the Keys to Success because it can unlock the potential within us all.
Keys to Success
Assoc: AdaptabilityAdapt And Learn
Assoc: Building Collaborative RelationshipsForm Relationships
Assoc: CommunicationCommunicate Openly
Assoc: JudgmentApply Sound Logic
Assoc: Results OrientationSeek Process Improvement
The Ponca City Refinery in Oklahoma has a crude oil processing capacity of 196 MBPD. Both foreign and domestic crudes are delivered by pipeline from Canada, Oklahoma, Kansas and Texas. The refinery's facilities include fluid catalytic cracking, delayed coking and hydro-desulfurization units that enable it to produce high ratios of gasoline and diesel fuel from crude oil. Finished petroleum products are shipped by truck, rail and Company-owned and common carrier pipelines to markets throughout the mid-continent region. Operations are run 24 hours per day, seven days per week.
Major Products: Gasoline, Diesel, Jet fuel, Kerosene, Heating oils.
Capacities: Crude oil and Other Charge Capacity: 203,000 BPD; Gasoline Production Capacity: 110,000 BPD; Distillate Production Capacity: 90,000 BPD.
Phillips 66 is a diversified energy manufacturing and logistics company. With a portfolio of Midstream, Chemicals, Refining, and Marketing and Specialties businesses, the company processes, transports, stores and markets fuels and products globally. Phillips 66 Partners, the company's master limited partnership, is integral to the portfolio. Headquartered in Houston, the company has 14,500 employees committed to safety and operating excellence. Phillips 66 had $52 billion of assets as of March 31, 2018. For more information, visit www.phillips66.com or follow us on Twitter @Phillips66Co.
To be considered
In order to be considered for this position you must complete the entire application process, which includes answering all prescreening questions and providing your eSignature on or before the requisition closing date of May 14, 2019.
Candidates for regular U.S. positions must be a U.S. citizen or national, or an alien admitted as permanent resident, refugee, asylee or temporary resident under 8 U.S.C. 1160(a) or 1255(a)(1). Individuals with temporary visas such as E, F-1, H-1, H-2, L, B, J, or TN or who need sponsorship for work authorization now or in the future, are not eligible for hire.
Phillips 66 is an EEO and Affirmative Action Employer of Females/Minorities/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities