Asset Integrity Operator

Location: 

Artesia, NM, US

Category:  Field and Trades Operations

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BASIC ACCOUNTABILITY 
The Asset Integrity (AI) Operator is responsible for, corrosion mitigation strategies, risk assessments, ensuring compliance with applicable industry codes, and providing integrity management support.  Works under general supervision. 
 
EDUCATION
High School diploma or equivalent
 
EXPERIENCE 
Requires a minimum of 3 years in a technical field position in the oil & gas industry 
Prefer NACE/AMPP, AWS Certified Welding Inspector (CWI), API 510, 570, 653 certifications and Mechanical Integrity Inspection experience  
 
JOB RESPONSIBILITIES
• Must be a self-starter
• Perform corrective and preventative tasks based on work order
•Read and interpret codes, standards, and recommended practices
• Provide any equipment changes to Master Data Maintainer (MDM) 
• Inspect tank refurbishment process
• Conduct NORM and surveys & Benzene testing
• Inspect bonding wires, integrity of retainer walls, internal & external tank surfaces, etc.
• Wellsite Inspection – SPCC Provide risk assessment, and integrity management support to the production operations group
• Develop and prepare formal reports on inspections conducted and asset failures
• Gather and analyze technical data to optimize production with the goal to minimize cost and asset failures
• Work with the team to implement failure analysis reviews for corrosion induced failures; report results of reviews during monthly chemical reviews
• Prioritize projects, monitor costs and results, and make recommendations to optimize production, processes and equipment
• Develop and implement SOP’s and technical documents
• Perform internal and external tank inspections
• Monitor and repair cathodic protection equipment, meeting cathodic protection program requirements, to ensure a complimentary and cost effective approach to asset longevity
• Review surface equipment failure database and analyze data with intent to improve equipment reliability
• Provide technical training to production personnel 
• Maintain regulatory, environmental and safety compliance
• Possess the right and obligation to stop work if unsafe conditions exist or are suspected
• Demonstrate and promote safe and ethical behavior at all times
• Perform other duties as assigned
 
OTHER REQUIREMENTS
• Practice safe work habits at all times
• Demonstrate commitment to Devon Attributes
• Strong commitment to safety and environment
• Competent in Excel, Word, and PowerPoint
• Strong verbal and written and electronic presentation skills
• Must be an excellent communicator
• Able to work within a team environment or independently
• Creative individual, capable of analyzing and solving mechanical problems
• Position requires operation of Company vehicles. Incumbent must meet requirements of Company Policy
• Must be able to wear a Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) and work safely, and effectively in an H2S environment
• Capable of safely climbing stairs, ladders, portable and fixed to various equipment during production and drilling operations
• Able to travel and work extended hours on short notice

 

 

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