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Paris (Suresnes)
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Vacancy information

Subsea 7 has an exciting opportunity for a Material and Corrosion Senior Engineer.

Based within the Design & Analysis Department of Subsea 7’s Global Project Center, you will be part of the Materials, Welding and Coatings discipline and work on large Subsea 7 EPCI projects.

As a materials and corrosion engineer, with particular expertise in the field of metallic materials (carbon steel, stainless steels, nickel base alloys) and corrosion (materials selection, CO2 corrosion, H2S corrosion, SCC…), you will have to bring your support within the Subsea 7 materials and welding discipline to other services (projects, SCM, engineering, quality ...).

The role provides exciting opportunities to be involved throughout all stages of projects with activities related to Flexibles, rigid flowlines, PIP, Subsea structures, offshore/onshore fabrication and installation.

  • Provide technical support to projects and other disciplines within Subsea 7 with regard to materials and corrosion.
  • Produce the material specifications for pipes, forgings, and bends.
  • Responsible of the materials selection according to the corrosive environment and the project constraints.
  • Perform CO2 corrosion calculation.
  • Review and clarifie offers received from pipes, bends, and forgings suppliers.
  • Participate in meeting with Clients, Vendors and Suppliers, and interface with Client representatives as required for resolving any technical issues.
  • Be the contact for project teams and tenders for topics related to materials and corrosion.
  • Support quality and SCM departments for supplier’s qualification.
  • Participate to the R & D activities on materials and corrosion.
  • Ensure effective communication is maintained with clients and other departments.

Skills and behavioural expectations:

  • Demonstrate commitment to and promote Subsea7 vision and values.
  • Good understanding of metallurgical and mechanical properties of metallic materials.
  • Experienced in providing materials support to procurement of line pipe, induction bends, forgings, and in the review of subcontractor procedures and documentation.
  • Experienced in oil and gas corrosion mechanisms (CO2 corrosion, H2S corrosion….)
  • Experienced in corrosion calculation, Material Selection, Compatibility & Feasibility Design Report.
  • Have good level of familiarity of recognised industry codes and standards relevant to materials and welding discipline. (API 5L, DNV OS-F101, NORSOK, ASTM, NACE…).
  • Basic/good understanding of welding processes, welding qualifications, NDT procedures (UT, MPI, DPI, RT… ) used during welding of components and fabrication of subsea structures.
  • Assume responsibility for Materials and corrosion project related targets.
  • Communicate effectively and articulately at all levels, internally and externally.
  • Demonstrate positive attitude and flexibility in work approach.
  • Is risk focused and demonstrates good analytical skills when making decisions.
  • Demonstrate professional approach when representing Subsea 7 builds and enhance relationships with client and manages interfaces effectively.
  • Show commitment to self-improvement, education and development.
  • Demonstrate ability to manage interfaces with multi projects and functions in a multicultural environment.

Qualifications and experience:

  • 8 + years’ Experience in Oil and Gas.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Materials science or other degree in Engineering with focus on materials and corrosion.