Inspection Coordinator, Jobs, England, Southampton & Hampshire, 5162

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Inspection Coordinator - Southampton & Hampshire

Engineering & Manufacturing - Oil & Gas
Ref: 5162 Date Posted: Wednesday 20 Dec 2017
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Nine Twenty Engineering are delighted to be recruiting an Inspection Coordinator for ExxonMobil, the world's largest publicly traded international Oil & Gas Company and they offer world leading benefits and professional development for their staff. This is the only interview you will ever need to attend!

They require an Inspection Coordinator for their Fawley Refinery!


Job Role Summary

We are currently seeking a qualified and experienced Inspection Coordinator to join the European Regional Project Centre (ERPC) team. Based at Fawley Refinery and Chemical Plant, which is a combined refining, lubricants and chemicals manufacturing site located on the south coast of England, on the edge of the New Forest National Park, ERPC supports projects at both Fawley and the organisations refining and chemical facilities in the broader European and Middle East Region.


They offer an excellent remuneration and benefits package, which includes a competitive salary, defined benefit pension scheme, share incentive plan, private health care for employees and their families and, where applicable, relocation assistance. Onsite facilities, including a gym, make Fawley an enjoyable place to work.

Job Role Responsibilities

Inspection Coordinators are responsible for developing inspection assignments, based on quality assurance requests for ERPC projects, and engaging suitably qualified internal inspectors or third-party inspection service providers.

The key responsibilities are to:

  • Review quality assurance requests and develop inspection requirements, consistent with the relevant quality assurance standards, and cost estimates.
  • Appoint suitably qualified internal inspectors or third party inspection service providers and lead the project inspection kick-off meetings.
  • Maintain a database of qualified third party inspection service providers and their geographical location, proactively working with contractor companies to ensure adequate coverage for anticipated assignments.
  • Assist in the quality assurance process assessment, reviewing work for compliance with the relevant quality assurance and controls standards.

The successful candidate will work with a small team, which is part of the larger ERPC team at Fawley.


Expected Level of Proficiency

To be eligible for this role, you must:

  • Hold a relevant engineering qualification, in mechanical engineering or an equivalent subject, preferably at degree level, but as a minimum at Higher National Diploma level. Candidates should also be able to demonstrate on-going professional development / learning over multiple years.
  • Have relevant experience with pressure systems inspection, preferably in the petrochemical industry, in a lead quality assurance role.
  • Have a good working knowledge of the Pressure Systems Safety Regulations (PSSR).
  • Have strong IT skills, specifically being: an experienced and competent user of Microsoft Office; competent in database management; and experienced with SAP systems.

Candidates should also have demonstrated work experience and / or knowledge of:

  • Non-Destructive Testing procedures and their applications, for example: positive material identification (PMI): magnetic particle inspection (MPI); ultrasonic testing (UT); and radiographic testing (RT)
  • Be familiar with the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), American Petroleum Institute (API), European Number (EN) and National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE) standards relevant to inspection / quality assurance
  • Reviewing and working with integrated project specifications and standards


If you are qualified and interested in discussing this role in greater detail then please click apply today and mark your application for the attention of Nick Beecroft.