A Career with AIE

Choosing a career with AIE is more than just a job. It’s an opportunity to make a real difference in a forward-thinking company which delivers the highest standards of engineering. We recruit and develop the most talented individuals because, as a growing company, we’re only as good as our team. Therefore, our primary goal is to employ motivated professionals whose skills can be developed in order to add to the future success of the company and the development of the industry that we serve.

Within our company, staff remain part of a healthy working environment which values and respects human rights, regardless of cultural background. AIE prides itself on upholding this philosophy and as a result, the professional competency and skills of our staff are highly regarded in the industry.

Join our team to become a part of an ever-growing dedicated company which operates across a range of industries and regions around the world. Simply click the tabs below for details and to apply.

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Integrity Team Leader

Summary of Role: The Integrity Team Leader is to manage and deliver the Integrity Management System program, controlling resources and budgets within the specified demands of the contract, and to ensuring that all strategies, methods and practices adopted take full account of the Clients' integrity management objectives.The Integrity Team Leader will be the responsible person in charge of endorsing technical and non-technical reports and assessments. Responsibilities / Duties:

  • Client focal point for the Integrity Management contract.
  • Provide effective management and leadership to the project integrity team, ensuring the personal and technical development of team members.
  • Responsible for the delivery of integrity management and inspection services for pressure systems, pipelines and structures and the development of project strategy documentation, risk assessments and Written Schemes of Examination.
  • Liaise effectively with support disciplines, such as specialist Corrosion, Pipeline / Structural and Fitness for Service Engineers.
  • Provide technical support and guidance to the project team, define inspection requirements and ensure the utilization of appropriate inspection techniques. Maximize the use of appropriate and cost effective non-invasive inspection methodologies to provide optimized plant uptime.
  • Ensure the effective review of inspection data, results trending and remnant life assessments, perform fitness-for-service assessments and provide recommendations for repair and replacement methodologies.
  • Monitor and report asset process technical data including key asset integrity metrics to the Client and internal stakeholders.
  • Preparation of annual budgets, monthly finance reports, and responsible for ensuring project delivery within the specified project budget.
  • Chair and attend frequent Client and contractor meetings, presenting integrity management data and findings to both technical and non-technical audiences.
  • Provide timely and accurate reports to the Project Manager and Client as required, informing the Client of anomalies and recommend actions to be taken. Issue integrity statements and manage project databases.
  • Ensure project activities are performed in accordance with accreditation schemes, legislation and industry standards and that project activities are performed in accordance with the health, safety and environmental policy, corporate SHE&Q manual and project specific requirements.
  • Hold regular quality and safety briefings with offshore personnel and third party contractors.
  • Audit the project team on compliance.
Skills / Qualifications:
  • Applicants for this position should have a relevant engineering degree from a recognized university.
  • Minimum 15 years of specific experience in Integrity Management, Risk Based Inspection and / In-Service Inspection (excluding purely NDT).
  • Independent certification / training by accredited body relating to SHE&Q management or auditing.
  • Extensive experience in the area of in-service inspection and integrity management.
  • Previous Lead Engineer experience including acting in capacity of Technical Authority.
  • A wide breadth and depth of knowledge within the petrochemical, inspection or engineering industry with proven skills in project management.
  • Experience and knowledge of integrity management software systems such as Credo, RBMI, ACET, etc is preferred.
  • Thorough understanding of NDT techniques and in-service application of NDT.
  • Thorough knowledge of pressure vessel and pipe work design and inspection codes of practice.
  • A good level of commercial and financial awareness.
  • Knowledge of related standards / regulatory requirements. Plant inspection or API certification, with associated experience.
  • Versatile and flexible team player with good verbal and written communication skills. Good command of English language is essential.

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Principal Integrity Engineer

Summary of Role: The Principal Integrity Engineer will be responsible for update, assessment and analysis of inspection and integrity management activities. The Principal Integrity Engineer will report directly to Technical Services Coordinator. Responsibilities / Duties:

  • Responsible for the review, assessment and update of integrity management and inspection data for pressure systems, pipelines and structures and the development of project strategy documentation, risk assessments and Written Schemes of Examination.
  • Provide effective technical advice to the inspection team, ensuring threats are evaluated, procedures are followed and work is completed in accordance with the company's technical procedures.
  • Liaise and mange subcontractor's day-to-day activities.
  • Ensure that any actions arising from inspection activates are fully reported and communicated with the Integrity Team Leader and Client.
  • Perform effective review of inspection data, results trending and remnant life assessments, perform fitness-for-service assessments and provide recommendations for repair and replacement methodologies.
  • Carrying out root cause analysis and failure investigation on systems and equipment whenever required.
  • Provide timely and accurate reports to the Integrity Team Leader and Client as required, informing the Client of anomalies and recommend actions to be taken.
  • Ensure project activities are performed in accordance with accreditation schemes, legislation and industry standards and that project activities are performed in accordance with the health, safety and environmental policy.
  • Audit the inspection team on compliance to international standards and procedures.
  • Act as focal point for corrosion management expertise and ensure that relevant reports and data are reviewed and communicated accordingly.
  • Co-ordinate and participate in periodic plant and equipment history reviews in order to maximise plant availability.
  • Assist the Integrity Team Leader in budget preparation, annual revenue forecasts and monthly updates.
  • Co-ordinate and action results from associated failure investigations / significant anomalies.
  • Ensure the effective application of new techniques, technologies and use of specialist NDT contractor to limit intrusive inspection so to maximise inspection intervals.
  • Ensure onsite work activities are performed in accordance with the health, safety and environmental policy, company SHE&Q manual and asset specific control of work procedures and practices.
Skills / Qualifications:
  • A relevant engineering degree preferably in Corrosion Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or Metallurgy.
  • Minimum 10 years of specific experience in Integrity Management, Risk Based Inspection and /In-Service Inspection (excluding purely NDT).
  • Experience and knowledge of integrity management software systems such as Credo, RBMI, ACET, etc is preferred.
  • Thorough understanding of NDT techniques and in-service application of NDT.
  • Through understanding of defect assessment techniques in accordance with relevant codes / standards and API 579.
  • Thorough knowledge of pressure vessel and pipe work design and inspection codes of practice.
  • Knowledge of related standards / regulatory requirements.
  • Plant inspection or API certification, with associated experience.
  • Versatile and flexible team player with good verbal and written communication skills. Good command of English language.

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Principal Pipeline Engineer

Summary of Role: Responsible for leading all consultancy and engineering services relating to pipeline integrity and design. Responsibilities / Duties:

  • Review and assessment of maintenance plans, ILI, CP reviews, coating surveys, pipeline protections at road and wadi crossings, uprating and/or derating, etc.
  • Complete detailed pipeline risk assessments.
  • Complete pipeline emergency repair systems.
  • Analyze ILI data, perform necessary verification and demonstrate accuracy and limitations of intelligent pigging.
  • Perform anomaly assessment for ILI results in accordance to industry standards and determine pipeline fitness for service and necessary upgrades accordingly.
  • Perform annual integrity reviews on critical pipelines so that to assess effectiveness of controls and identify threats. This shall include reviewing and analyzing of inspection & survey data, corrosion data, operation & maintenance data.
  • Perform integrity assessment for non-piggible pipelines in accordance to approved direct assessment methodology and demonstrate integrity (fitness for service) accordingly.
  • Develop integrity mitigation plans, monitor effectiveness and identify improvements.
  • Develop specific restoration and replacement plans.
  • Work with corrosion engineer to identify degradations mechanisms, threats, mitigation programs and effectiveness.
  • Carry out and/or approve pipeline derating and uprating – assessment, methodology, calculations.
  • Pipeline Design verification.
  • Perform pipeline crossing assessment and provide approvals or necessary assessments.
  • Custodian for pipeline Risk Based Assessment, FMEA and QRAs. Initiate/perform studies, review/approve results and assess outcomes.
  • Pipeline anomaly assessments and repairs.
  • New technology and work processes for pipeline integrity management.
  • Support development of young integrity engineers as applicable.
  • Support improvements to integrity work processes and promote best practices.
  • Custodian for Pipeline Integrity Management software.
  • Custodian for pipeline integrity performance indicators and business plan.
  • Be main focal point for pipeline integrity management in the company.
  • Ensure that the safety policies and procedures are understood and adhered to as far as reasonably practicable in order to ensure a safe working environment.
Skills / Qualifications:
  • B-Eng. in Mechanical Engineering or equivalent degree (Metallurgy, Chemical, Civil, Corrosion).
  • Minimum 10 years’ experience in oil & gas industry.
  • Minimum 7 years in Pipeline Integrity Management including ILI assessment.
  • Expert skills in integrity assessment and fitness for service analysis as well as acceptance criterion for corrosion and none corrosion anomalies.
  • Expert knowledge on inspection techniques and limitations.
  • Good technical knowledge on materials and degradation mechanism as well as control & mitigation measures.
  • Skills in integrity restoration – requirement and techniques.
  • Expert knowledge on international standards; eg ASME31.8, ASME31.8s, API-579, DNV RPF-101, API 1163, NACE 102, POF, etc).
  • Excellent technical English skills - writing and speaking.
  • Excellent computer skills especially in MS XLS and other windows applications.
  • Assertive individual with excellent communication, interpersonal and cross-cultural skills.

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Principal Corrosion Engineer

Summary of Role: Responsible for all consultancy and engineering services relating to corrosion management and materials Integrity. Responsibilities / Duties:

  • Corrosion and materials technical authority.
  • Design, manage or implement as applicable corrosion control strategy(ies) covering corrosion monitoring and inspection activities including preparation and delivery of annual and periodic reports, corrosion status of systems, identification and assessment of significant trends from surveys.
  • Provide authoritative technical assessment and interpretation of corrosion /inspection monitoring data (using databases as apt) and recommend changes in corrosion criticality analyses and monitoring/inspection programs where appropriate.
  • Complete detailed corrosion and materials studies.
  • Provide corrosion expertise to and effectively interact with multi disciplinary RBI or other process groups.
  • Undertake or co-ordinate failure investigations into material and corrosion issues in accordance with prescribed or approved failure investigation procedures.
  • Participate in and provide input to the regular review of corrosion management information such as Corrosion Control Matrices and Key Performance Indicators.
  • Set up and chair corrosion and integrity management review meetings and coordinate actions arising.
  • Provide technical leadership and authority in designated corrosion engineering disciplines.
  • Assist with any other appropriate duties and responsibilities as and when required, also undertake specific projects as may be instructed by management from time to time.
  • Participate in external professional activities including conference and committee work where it is consistent with the development and delivery of the business objectives.
  • Ensure that the safety policies and procedures are understood and adhered to as far as reasonably practicable in order to ensure a safe working environment.
  • Carry out all work in accordance with the company Health, Safety, Environment and Quality Systems.
  • Perform all assigned tasks to the highest professional standards with due professional diligence and care in total conformance with the Integrated Management Systems and business values, ethical and moral standards of the company.
Skills / Qualifications:
  • Degree qualified in a recognized engineering or science related discipline, preferably holding and maintaining UK chartered status and corporate membership of at least one relevant learned institution.
  • Minimum 15 years successful corrosion practitioner experience in the oil and gas or related industries with sound knowledge of relevant plant, process or production chemistry, and structural and process materials properties.
  • Must be able to demonstrate up–to-date knowledge of and be able to use applicable national and international standards in the corrosion or related fields.
  • Must possess proven and successful experience in delivery of high quality oral and written communications.

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Senior Integrity Engineer

Summary of Role: The Snr Integrity Engineer will be responsible for update, assessment and analysis of inspection and integrity management activities. The Snr Integrity Engineer will report directly to the Integrity Team Leader and will be responsible for technically reviewing and aligning the day-to-day inspection activities of the team. Responsibilities / Duties:

  • Responsible for the review, assessment and update of integrity management and inspection data for pressure systems, pipelines and structures and the development of project strategy documentation, risk assessments and Written Schemes of Examination.
  • Provide effective technical advice to the inspection team, ensuring threats are evaluated, procedures are followed and work is completed in accordance with the company technical procedures.
  • Liaise and mange subcontractor day-to-day activities.
  • Ensure that any actions arising from inspection activities are fully reported and communicated with the Integrity Team Leader and Client.
  • Perform effective review of inspection data, results trending and remnant life assessments, perform fitness-for-service assessments and provide recommendations for repair and replacement methodologies.
  • Carrying out root cause analysis and failure investigation on systems and equipment whenever required.
  • Provide timely and accurate reports to the Integrity Team Leader and Client as required, informing the Client of anomalies and recommend actions to be taken.
  • Ensure project activities are performed in accordance with accreditation schemes, legislation and industry standards and that project activities are performed in accordance with the health, safety and environmental policy.
  • Audit the inspection team on compliance to international standards and procedures.
  • Act as focal point for corrosion management expertise and ensure that relevant reports and data are reviewed and communicated accordingly.
  • Co-ordinate and participate in periodic plant and equipment history reviews in order to maximize plant availability.
  • Assist the Integrity Team Leader in budget preparation, annual revenue forecasts and monthly updates.
  • Co-ordinate and action results from associated failure investigations / significant anomalies.
  • Ensure the effective application of new techniques, technologies and use of specialist NDT contractor to limit intrusive inspection so to maximize inspection intervals.
  • Provide cover for Integrity Team Leader during leaves of absence.
  • Ensure onsite work activities are performed in accordance with the health, safety and environmental policy, company SHE&Q manual and asset specific control of work procedures and practices.
Skills / Qualifications:
  • A relevant engineering degree preferably in Corrosion Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or Metallurgy.
  • Minimum 8 years of specific experience in Integrity Management, Risk Based Inspection and /In-Service Inspection (excluding purely NDT).
  • Experience and knowledge of integrity management software systems such as Credo, RBMI, ACET, etc is preferred.
  • Thorough understanding of NDT techniques and in-service application of NDT.
  • Through understanding of defect assessment techniques in accordance with relevant codes / standards and API 579.
  • Thorough knowledge of pressure vessel and pipe work design and inspection codes of practice.
  • Knowledge of related standards / regulatory requirements.
  • Plant inspection or API certification, with associated experience.
  • Versatile and flexible team player with good verbal and written communication skills. Good command of English language.

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Senior Inspection Engineer

Summary of Role: Senior Inspection Engineer will be responsible for the effective provision of inspection systems and services to the allocated facilities, to ensure that plant and equipments are inspected in accordance with company and Client codes of practice, strategies and legislation. Responsibilities / Duties:

  • To ensure all asset inspection requirements are executed in strict compliance with legislation, inspection standards, codes of practice and Client / duty holder procedures.
  • To ensure inspection activities are planned, scheduled and co-ordinate efficiently with subcontractors and suppliers.
  • To audit and review third party/suppliers activities and equipment.
  • Ensure agreed inspection strategies, procedures, standards and plans are implemented and completed and any failures, variations, and amendments are fed back to the Integrity Team Leader.
  • Input to the Risk Based Inspection database with inspection results, detailing findings, conclusions and recommendations to ensure that inspection frequencies are maximized.
  • Coordinate and participate in periodic plant and equipment history reviews in order to maximize plant availability. Ensure effective application of new techniques, and use specialist NDT services to limit intrusive inspection.
  • To liaise with subcontractors and suppliers to ensure quality, performance & value from the delivery of third party inspection services.
  • To provide technical support and advice on technical integrity related inspection issues to the Asset, Operations and Maintenance teams.
  • To support the development of an effective inspection team to enable a clear vision of how to contribute to objectives.
  • Ensure plan adherence of all inspections and provide regular reporting on adherence and backlog.
  • Maintain direct and regular contact with Asset Teams in order to ensure an effective Inspection Service.
  • Develop the skills and technical competence of Junior Inspection Engineers.
  • Ensure onsite work activities are performed in accordance with the health, safety and environmental policy, company SHE&Q manual and asset specific control of work procedures and practices.
Skills / Qualifications:
  • HND or Degree in relevant discipline, preferably Mechanical Engineering.
  • Minimum 10 years of in-service inspection experience.
  • API 510/570/653/NACE/ASNT certifications are preferred with associated experience.
  • Specific experience in Integrity Management and Risk Based Inspection.
  • Thorough understanding of NDT techniques and in-service application of NDT.
  • Thorough knowledge of pressure vessel and pipe work design and inspection codes of practice.
  • Knowledge of related standards / regulatory requirements.
  • Versatile and flexible team player with good verbal and written communication skills. Good command of English language is essential.

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Integrity Engineer

Summary of Role: The Integrity Engineer will be responsible for update, assessment and analysis of inspection and integrity management activities. The Integrity Engineer will report directly to the Integrity Team Leader and will be responsible for technically reviewing and aligning the day-to-day inspection activities of the team. Responsibilities / Duties:

  • Responsible for the review, assessment and update of integrity management and inspection data for pressure systems, pipelines and structures and the development of project strategy documentation, risk assessments and Written Schemes of Examination.
  • Provide effective technical advice to the inspection team, ensuring threats are evaluated, procedures are followed and work is completed in accordance with the company's technical procedures.
  • Liaise and manage subcontractor day-to-day activities.
  • Ensure that any actions arising from inspection activities are fully reported and communicated with the Integrity Team Leader and Client.
  • Perform effective review of inspection data, results trending and remnant life assessments, perform fitness-for-service assessments and provide recommendations for repair and replacement methodologies.
  • Carrying out root cause analysis and failure investigation on systems and equipment whenever required.
  • Provide timely and accurate reports to the Integrity Team Leader and Client as required, informing the Client of anomalies and recommend actions to be taken.
  • Ensure project activities are performed in accordance with accreditation schemes, legislation and industry standards and that project activities are performed in accordance with the health, safety and environmental policy.
  • Audit the inspection team on compliance to international standards and procedures.
  • Act as focal point for corrosion management expertise and ensure that relevant reports and data are reviewed and communicated accordingly.
  • Co-ordinate and participate in periodic plant and equipment history reviews in order to maximize plant availability.
  • Assist the Integrity Team Leader in budget preparation, annual revenue forecasts and monthly updates.
  • Co-ordinate and action results from associated failure investigations / significant anomalies.
  • Ensure the effective application of new techniques, technologies and use of specialist NDT contractor to limit intrusive inspection so to maximize inspection intervals.
  • Provide cover for Integrity Team Leader during leaves of absence.
  • Ensure onsite work activities are performed in accordance with the health, safety and environmental policy, company SHE&Q manual and asset specific control of work procedures and practices.
Skills / Qualifications:
  • A relevant engineering degree preferably in Corrosion Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or Metallurgy.
  • Minimum 5 years of specific experience in Integrity Management, Risk Based Inspection and /In-Service Inspection (excluding purely NDT).
  • Experience and knowledge of integrity management software systems such as Credo, RBMI, ACET, etc is preferred.
  • Thorough understanding of NDT techniques and in-service application of NDT.
  • Through understanding of defect assessment techniques in accordance with relevant codes / standards and API 579.
  • Thorough knowledge of pressure vessel and pipe work design and inspection codes of practice.
  • Knowledge of related standards / regulatory requirements.
  • Plant inspection or API certification, with associated experience.
  • Versatile and flexible team player with good verbal and written communication skills. Good command of English language.

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Technical Assistant

Summary of Role: To support the delivery of the Integrity Management Program, on day-to-day workloads and also assist the Integrity Team in the set up and administration of Integrity Management Program information and documentation. Responsibilities/Duties

  • Ensure that all integrity history is registered and stored accordingly.
  • Review integrity file records, projects and inspection records, and summarize findings.
  • Ensure overall consistency of inspection, testing work-packs and methods statement.
  • Management of client CMMMS system.
  • Update of RBI and other integrity risk assessment software.
  • Maintain and update a schedule for testing and inspection to ensure that future work is identified, includes in site and vessel plans and included in annual budgets.
  • Assist with drafting of documents and reports.
  • Support and improve systems to enhance the team performance.
  • Contribute to field and progress reports, presentations and meetings.
  • General administration of the team documentation.
  • Ensure onsite work activities are performed in accordance with the health, safety and environmental policy, company SHE&Q manual and asset specific control of work procedures and practices.
Skills / Qualifications:
  • HND or Degree.
  • Experience with RBI database management, record keeping & report writing.
  • Exposure or familiarization with Computerized Maintenance Management Systems and ability to understand detailed engineering drawings and data contents.
  • Strong communications and interpersonal skills and capable of multi-tasking across different projects.
  • Exposed to project management and to be able to communicate effectively with project personnel, assess situations and resolve potential problem areas of conflict in project related matters.
  • Versatile and flexible team player with good verbal and written English communication skills.

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Eisar

"My three main career goals before joining were to choose a profession where I'm constantly learning, work with people that I respect and be in a place where I can make a difference and I found all that in abundance and harmony at AIE.

The company's very high standards create the work journey for the employees and make it a place full of opportunities. What makes AIE even more unique is the way the organisation is structured allowing me to work amongst some of the best in the business.

Not only that but the environment is also very multicultural; I work with people from different backgrounds, experiences and ways of seeing things so it is always interesting to see how all the differences melt together towards achieving the company's mission. Working with such diverse people in the right environment creates a team spirit and provides the opportunity to learn and grow.

I am proud to work for AIE and it is the satisfaction that comes from seeing our customers happy with a long waited quality service that makes it an untradeable experience."

Eisar, Pipeline Integrity Engineer

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