High Level Job Description
The Asset Integrity Tank Team Construction Representative will support all asset integrity tank and vessel inspection projects including cleaning, blast surface preparation for coating, and non-destructive inspections in Client’s Central, Midland, and Delaware Basin Areas. The Asset Integrity Tank Team Construction Representative primary responsibility is for day-to-day oversite tank and vessel activities related to the asset integrity work executed by contractors.
The Asset Integrity Tank Team Construction Representative is pivotal to the safe execution of tank and vessel cleaning, coating, inspection, and weld repair work in the field. This position requires subject matter expert level understanding of design and operation of tanks and vessels across the Permian with the ability to develop full step by step isolation of hazardous energy (IHE) plans and interface with operations and business partner crews to achieve IHE. The Construction Representative is the primary lead in the field for ensuring all Managing Safe Work practices are followed while acting as Permit Approver. Additionally, SME level competency is required to ensure daily confined space entry is accomplished incident free.
Other required responsibilities of this position include communication and coordination of work planned with Field Operations Team (FOT) personnel, coordination of tank liquid hauling/removal, in field scoping activities, QA/QC of cleaning/inspection/repair to ensure vendor works in accordance with MCBU Standards, interface and execution with fixed equipment inspectors for structural weld repair plans, and ordering parts and services required at each specific work location (examples: crane, oil/water hauling, replacement valves or piping, hydro-vac, welding repair crew, etc.).
Critical Selection Criteria
Job Knowledge: Significant experience as a Construction Representative overseeing Confined Space Entry for cleaning, inspection, structural repairs, sand blasting, and coating repair of tanks. Demonstrated knowledge of the following reference standards related to cleaning and surface preparation, testing and materials, and application of protective coatings: American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM), Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), NACE International, The Society for Protective Coatings (SPCC), and International Organization for Standardization (ISO). Demonstrated field application of inspection equipment and instrumentation for quality control, including sling psychrometer, WTF and DFT gauges, and holiday detectors, and NDT instruments. Demonstrated field application of required ppe, safety measures, and use of sand blasting equipment and protective coating application tools including singular and plural spray guns and nozzles. Skilled level competency to review inspection reports and develop structural repair plans in accordance with API 12R1 Recommended Practice for Setting, Maintenance, Inspection, Operation, and Repair of Tanks in Production Service.