Jobs in Malaysia for Senior Engineer Asset Integrity

Senior Engineer,Asset Integrity
Sheffield Energy · Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


· To champion Company’s Malaysia’s asset integrity management for efforts involving pressure system equipment, structural equipment, inspection, and anomaly rectification activities.

· To promote continuous improvement within Company’s Malaysian operations to prevent/minimize safety critical element (SCE) related integrity risks while increasing operational performance, leading to increased value of assets.

· To embrace, practice, and encourage Company Core Values (EP SPIRIT) and embed it into daily routines consistently.

· To promote and inculcate “Target Zero” work culture to all direct reports, inspectors, and contractors.

· Build, promote and deliver applicable KPI’s (Key Performance Indicators) related to asset integrity.

· Mentor sub-ordinates to encourage and promote their development towards increased efficiency on results delivery, whilst achieving safety excellence.

Maintain a working level control of OPEX/CAPEX spend related to asset integrity, i.e., budget versus actual spend, with emphasis on cost consciousness.


· Be responsible and accountable in efforts related to the development, implementation and management of asset integrity strategies, methodologies, processes and routine activities, such as:

o Responsible for the implementation of asset integrity strategies across all operating assets to ensure overall Asset Integrity goals of Company Malaysia is met.

o To integrate integrity inspection with Plant Maintenance, Safety, Security, Health, and Environment (SSHE) and Process Safety functions.

o Active participation for integrity inspection requirement from fabrication to de-commissioning, i.e., fabrication inspection, commissioning inspection, first-in-service-inspection, operational integrity inspection (i.e., time-based, risk-based), asset late life integrity inspection, etc.

o Responsible for the generation of annual, mid-term and long-term asset integrity plans as required.

o Support the Pressure System & Structure Integrity Management team on analysis of degradation trends, performing failure analysis, fitness-for-service (FFS) and reporting of inspection findings and engineering support for anomalies rectification.

o Support the anomaly rectification team on introduction of new rectification methods, technology, material, etc.

o Support and maintain execution schedule, database, and anomalies tracking for asset integrity related activities for Pressure System, Structure, and Pipeline risers.

o To provide pragmatic support related to asset integrity Management of Change (MOC) & Anomaly Management tasks.

o Develop scope of work and estimate annual budget for related asset integrity activities.

o Be accountable for spend against agreed budget, and for delivering timely and accurate cost information.

o Deliver internal reporting required by Head of Asset Integrity. Ensure this is accurate, relevant, timely and clearly identifies areas of significant risks to facilities operations.

o Deliver external reporting (e.g., to PETRONAS, Corporate, DOSH and other authorities) as required by Head of Asset Integrity.

o Manage activities of direct reports and contractors to achieve a standard of excellence in all areas related to asset integrity.


· Mechanical Engineering degree or equivalent, preferably with Honours.

· Minimum of 10 years diversified & practical experience in Asset Integrity Management for oil and gas industry.

· Professional engineering certification, experience and intimate working knowledge with international codes, standards, recommended practice such as ASME VIII, ASME B31.3, ASME PCC 2, API RP 510, API RP 570, API 598, API 579, API RP 583, API RP 571, API RP 2SIM, and any other professional certification related to Asset Integrity is a mandatory requirement.

· Experience in offshore structure integrity management, i.e., Structure Asset Life Extension, anomaly management, inspection, etc. is an added advantage.

· Experience in pressure equipment integrity management, i.e., risk-based inspection, fitness-for-service assessment, asset life extension, anomaly management, inspection, etc. is an added advantage.

· Well experienced in most if not all readily available inspection methods and techniques including advanced and specialized non-destructive/destructive testing (NDT/DT).

· Well experienced in conducting anomalies fitness-for-service analysis, root cause failure analysis/investigation, lab report analysis and reporting.

· Well experienced in turnaround/shutdown inspection scope implementation, and asset integrity performance review and management.

· Experience in developing asset integrity related procedures, i.e., inspection strategy, inspection procedure, anomaly management, guidelines, work pack, etc. is an added advantage.

Setting and delivery of annual asset integrity goals, plans and key performance indicators (KPI).

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