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Materials and Manufacturing Engineer

Location:  Bangalore, KA, IN
Company:  ExxonMobil

Job Role Summary

 

 

Job Responsibilities:

• Support company projects and production units with fit-for-purpose review, recommendations, and manufacturing support for equipment design and procurement.
• Ensure engineering contractor and manufacturer quality and qualifications for supply of raw materials.
• Communicate risks and opportunities related to materials and manufacturing work.
• Provide technical support and solutions to Project-related technical issues to project teams and contractors.
• Support new and existing upstream oil and gas projects with development of specifications, manufacturing procedures, qualification, and testing and inspection criteria for raw materials, including:  forgings, pipe, fittings and flanges, castings, structural steel, plate.
• Engage with raw material suppliers for audits of manufacturing ability and stewarding manufacturing qualification process, and maintaining communication and relationship with existing approved suppliers.
• Review and understand company technical requirements and steward projects toward technical excellence.
• Provide technical support to development and maintenance of company’s library and mentor technical development of employees.
• Proactively identify risks and opportunities and recommendations to customers.

 

Job Requirements:

• Bachelor’s degree or higher in a relevant technical discipline.
• Understanding of relevant metallurgy principles for steel manufacturing, including melting, forming and heat treating.
• Knowledge of materials grades and standards commonly used in the oil & gas industry for multiple product forms including carbon, low alloy, stainless, and duplex stainless steels, as well as high nickel (corrosion resistant) alloys.
• Expertise with relevant industry codes and practices including ASTM, API, ASME, NACE, DNV, and ISO.
• Experience and familiarity with manufacturing foundries (e.g. forging mills, pipe mills, casting foundries).
• Broad understanding of risk management.
• Strong interpersonal skills
• Able to adapt to tight deadlines, heavy workloads, and frequent changes in priorities.
• Willingness to travel domestically and internationally.
• Strong English communication skills
• Direct experience with materials and manufacturing specifications for demanding environments including corrosive and sour service, subsea environments, low temperature service, and high pressure service would be preferred
• Knowledge of common raw product inspection techniques and limitations. 
• Familiar with NDE techniques would be an advantage
• Familiar with corrosion, materials processing, inspection, nondestructive testing, mechanical and corrosion testing, quality control as well as failure analysis of carbon steel and corrosion resistant alloys.
• Familiar with pressure equipment design, and pipe and pressure vessel fabrication.
• Self-motivated and focused on achieving business results through a multi-disciplined team.
• Able to work in a team
• Strong leadership skills

 

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