Materials & Corrosion Engineer



Posted on Thursday, June 20, 2024

Where you fit in

The Materials and Corrosion Engineer provides technical support in Pressure Equipment Materials & Corrosion issues (e.g., RBI, CDDS, IOWS, MOCs and failure analysis) to work effectively in a team environment with other discipline Engineers, along with multiple other site support staff in Process Engineering, Operations, Maintenance, Turnaround and Major Projects.

What’s the role?

Your accountabilities as Materials and Corrosion Engineer include:

  • Providing proactive technical support on issues related to corrosion mechanisms, corrosion control, inspection techniques/effectiveness and metallurgy for MOC’s, Safety Case studies, plant changes, and new projects.
  • Provide material selection and technical support to assist process engineers, operations specialists, and Pressure Equipment Inspectors in day-to-day activities related to metallurgy, welding, and corrosion control.
  • Support RBI Engineer to ensure delivery of the site Shell Risk Based Inspection (S-RBI) re-assessment plan.
  • Deliver own assign production unit S-RBI reassessment s, in addition to “on the run” and end of Turnaround event upkeep of RBI for individual Pressure Equipment.
  • Work with Inspection Engineers to develop and integrate recommendations into piping and equipment inspection strategies and active schedules in computerized scheduling tool.
  • Monitoring of identified IOWs (Integrity Operating Windows) within the process units that may affect degradation of Pressure Equipment, make recommendations based on deviations from IOW limits and update any IOWs using the site MOC process including Ensure Safe Production (ESP) work process (if applicable).
  • Provide technical input to chemical inhibitor programs, boiler feed water, and cooling water treatment programs, and other chemical treatment programs.
  • Develop and deliver monthly CIT (Corrosion Integrity Team) meetings, support root cause analysis, coordinate failure analysis activities, and recommend mitigation methods for corrosion and materials issues, including inspection techniques, repair strategies and replacement decisions.
  • Network with other Corrosion & Materials Engineers in Shell or professional organizations to learn from, share location experiences, assist in review and improvement of company standards and SJI Asset Integrity procedures.
  • Support integrated solutions across entire SJI organisation and help others in the organisation understand their role in maintaining equipment integrity as related to corrosion control and proper design and maintenance of pressure equipment.

What we need from you

We are keen to speak with individuals who possess the following:

  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering, Chemistry, or Material Science.
  • Has experience in facilitating formal training and delivery of Causal Leaning Investigation
  • Has excellent communication, analytical and problem-solving skills.

If you don’t see yourself reflected in the job requirements on the posting above, we still encourage you to reach out and apply. Shell is committed to creating a more diverse, equitable and inclusive workplace and we encourage individuals of all backgrounds to send in your applications.

Company Description

Shell is an international energy company that uses advanced technologies and takes an innovative approach to help build a sustainable energy future. Here in Singapore, Shell has a long history and is one of the country’s largest foreign investors. It has businesses spanning trading and marketing of liquefied natural gas; refining, trading, marketing and shipping of oil products, lubricants and chemicals; low carbon solutions; and operating a network of service stations through retailers, as well as electric vehicles charging.

An innovative place to work

There’s never been a more exciting time to work at Shell.

Join us and you’ll be adding your talent and imagination to a business with the ambition to shape the future – whether by investing in oil, gas, and renewable energy to meet demand, exploring new ways to store energy, or developing technology that helps the world to use energy more efficiently, everyone at Shell does their part.

An inclusive place to work

To power progress, we need to attract and develop the brightest minds and make sure every voice is heard. Here are just some of the ways we are nurturing an inclusive environment – one where you can express your ideas, extend your skills, and reach your potential.

  • We’re creating a space where people with disabilities can excel through transparent recruitment process, workplace adjustments and ongoing support in their roles. Feel free to let us know about your circumstances when you apply, and we’ll take it from there.
  • We’re closing the gender gap – whether that’s through action on equal pay or by enabling more women to reach senior roles in engineering and technology.
  • We’re striving to be a pioneer of an inclusive and diverse workplace, promoting equality for employees regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.
  • We consider ourselves a flexible employer and want to support you finding the right balance. We encourage you to discuss this with us in your application.

A rewarding place to work

Combine our creative, collaborative environment and global operations with an impressive range of benefits and joining Shell becomes an inspired career choice.

We’re huge advocates for career development. We’ll encourage you to try new roles and experience new settings. By pushing people to reach their potential, we frequently help them find skills they never knew they had, or make career moves they never thought possible.