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Corrosion Engineer

Lloydminster, Canada
Job Posting: Jun 25, 2018 02:31:53 PM Unposting Date: Jul 26, 2018 01:59:00 AM
Corrosion Engineer-00135255-20180516


One of Husky’s advantages is that we are an integrated oil and gas company. From exploration to development, production, refining and marketing, we’ve got it all! Combine this with a range of learning and development tools and an inclusive work environment, and you are well-positioned for a successful career at Husky.
We have training, mentoring and career development programs and resources to help you develop both personally and professionally – as an employee or a leader. We offer many internal leadership and business skills courses along with tuition reimbursement programs for qualified employees. Every year, a significant number of our employees are able to take on new roles within the company thanks to our strong focus on hands-on learning and development.
Husky is currently looking for a Corrosion EngineerThis position is responsible for the corrosion management programs for the Lloyd Thermal SAGD facilities in Husky’s Heavy Oil and Gas business unit.  Specific responsibilities include development and implementation of corrosion monitoring and mitigation programs and conducting integrity assessments and failure analysis.
Specific responsibilities will include:

Developing and maintaining corrosion monitoring and mitigation plans for Thermal SAGD facilities:

  • Analyzing various plant process streams to identify corrosion circuits and underlying corrosion mechanisms
  • Recommending and implementing plans for corrosion monitoring and mitigation
  • Reviewing and documenting existing corrosion mitigation strategies including chemical inhibitor programs, process controls and make improvements as required
  • Identifying lessons learned and developing operating best practices to mitigate high-risk corrosion mechanisms
  • Conducting and documenting corrosion evaluations, occasionally working with third party labs to conduct detailed analyses

Supporting root cause failure analysis process:

  • Participating in or conducting failure analyses for equipment failure (pressure equipment, tanks and piping)
  • Documenting failures through failure analysis reports
  • Providing practical solutions to help prevent future failures

Participating in facility integrity reviews:

  • Documenting existing corrosion threats and corrosion management programs
  • Evaluating and documenting the effectiveness of those programs
  • Providing recommendations for changes or improvements
  • Developing decision summaries to support MOC reviews

Supporting facility improvements by reviewing design packages for new construction and maintenance projects, including:

  • Reviewing construction work packages and designs to identify corrosion issues that need to be addressed
  • Identifying appropriate technologies to be incorporated in the designs to proactively avoid corrosion damage.   
  • Recording and providing recommendations to project lead
  • Participating in Management of Change reviews for changes to facility equipment, processes or operational practices


Our ideal candidate will have the following qualifications:
  • Degree in materials, metallurgical or chemical engineering (or other relevant discipline) with a focus on corrosion
  • Diploma or degree in Corrosion Science,  Chemistry or other relevant discipline would be an asset
  • Licensed Professional Engineer in Alberta or Saskatchewan, or eligibility for registration in either jurisdiction
  • NACE Corrosion Technologist or NACE Internal Corrosion Technologist certification
  • NACE Senior and Specialist-level certifications or other relevant NACE certifications would be an asset
  • API inspector certifications, such as API 510, 570, 571 would be an asset
  • Minimum 5 years of experience developing and/or managing corrosion monitoring and mitigation programs for oil and gas facilities (Thermal/SAGD experience preferred)
  • Minimum 5 years of experience conducting corrosion evaluations and failure analysis for oil and gas facility equipment
  • Pressure equipment inspection experience would be an asset
  • Working knowledge of internal & external corrosion mechanisms common to upstream oil & gas industry and corresponding corrosion management
  • Thorough understanding of specific corrosion damage mechanisms and their causes
  • Working knowledge of direct and indirect corrosion monitoring methods including, visual, chemical, electronic and non-destructive techniques
  • Working knowledge of corrosion mitigation techniques, including coating application, process control, chemical inhibition and electrochemical  methods
  • Experience with and understanding of Thermal/SAGD recovery, including water treatment, once-through steam generation (OTSG), oil and gas production and treatment
  • Strong, effective communication and presentation skills.
  • Ability to effectively manage multiple competing priorities and tasks
  • Strong working knowledge of desktop computing systems, including Microsoft Office
  • Ability to develop and maintain strong working relationships with operations personnel
  • Familiarity with government regulations and industry codes and standards (NACE, API, ASME, etc.), specifically regarding equipment integrity would be an asset
  • Working knowledge of SAP Plant Maintenance would be an asset
As this position requires the operation of a motor vehicle, applicants are asked to provide a recent (i.e., issued within the previous 4 weeks) original driver’s abstract for the preceding 3 year period when appearing for an interview.
As this position has been identified as safety sensitive, employment of a final candidate selected for this position will be conditional upon successful completion of required pre-employment medical and alcohol/drug assessments.
This position is based in Lloydminster and requires the successful candidate to live in the Lloydminster area. We encourage all applicants to review the following websites about living and working in the Lloydminster area:
At Husky, we respect diversity and embrace an inclusive culture. We value uniqueness and different perspectives as they play a critical role in our success. To achieve this, individuals are selected based on qualifications, merit, and abilities and we encourage applications from everyone including visible minorities, Aboriginal people, women, and persons with disabilities.
Husky Energy is an integrated Canadian energy company.  It is headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, and is publicly traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol HSE.  The Company operates Upstream and Downstream business segments, with operations in Canada, the United States, China and Indonesia. 
Husky's balanced growth strategy focuses on consistent execution, disciplined financial management and safe and reliable operations.
Interested candidates must apply online at:  Only those candidates who apply via Husky's online application process can be considered. We thank all applicants for their interest in our organization; however, only short-listed applicants will be contacted.



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