Website Oceaneering

AICIP Inspector Job Highlights

Title AICIP Inspector
Type Full Time
Experience Required
Function Engineering/IT
Location Perth, WA, Australia
Company Oceaneering

Company Profile

Oceaneering is a trusted subsea connection specialist and pushes the frontiers of deep water, space, and motion entertainment environments to execute with new, leading-edge connections to solve the challenges. The company sorts out solutions for the most complex subsea challenges and develops products and services for use throughout the lifecycle of an offshore oilfield, from drilling to decommissioning.

Job Profile

The company is looking for an AICIP Inspector to join its team for onshore/offshore operations.

Educational Qualification

  • The applicants should possess a Degree/Diploma in Engineering related discipline (desirable)
  • AICIP Inspector Certificate or API 510 Pressure Vessel Inspector or CSWIP Plant Inspector Level II
  • Maritime Security Identification Card (MSIC)
  • Minimum of NDT Level I in Ultrasonic Testing (UT) and any other discipline (desirable)

Work Experience

  • Possess a minimum of 5 years of experience in a similar role
  • Experience in the Oil and Gas Industry (desirable)
  • Experience within the inspection/integrity arena
  • Experience working effectively with internal and external stakeholders such as peers, staff groups (outside the formal line of authority), senior management, external vendors, etc.


Core Function-

  • Completing First Pass examinations of equipment to accurately identify preparation for inspection and NDT requirements
  • Developing Written Schemes of Examination/Inspection Test Plans (ITPs) as part of inspection preparations
  • Planning and carrying out NDT inspection of plant and pipework in compliance with Client requests and work scopes across all certified methods
  • Specifying NDT techniques, where necessary, to maximise the use of non-invasive inspection techniques where possible
  • Verifying the application of NDT methods for vessel and pipework inspection and informing NDT personnel of requirements
  • Inspecting all – process pressure systems, storage tanks, steam generation plant, decommissioned or out-of-service equipment, steel structures
  • Raising repair orders and corrective MMS work orders when required, providing a detailed description of the defect and location together with relevant up-to-date documentation and photographic evidence
  • Carrying out repair order close out inspections when required
  • Completing inspection reports with required detail (e.g. recommended/required actions, next period of service between inspections, etc.) within acceptable timeframes
  • Conducting Toolbox Talks for all visiting Inspection/NDT personnel provided for specific jobs
  • Informing the Senior Inspection Engineer, without delay, when any inspected equipment or NDE results indicate the item is not fit-for-service
  • Issuing interim reports of examination, stating the suitability for further service
  • Maintaining a thorough and detailed record of daily activities
  • Maintaining up-to-date assigned Logs/Registers in accordance with Company and Client procedures
  • Modifying the Written Scheme based on inspection findings
  • Reviewing and endorsing NDT reports in a timely manner, instigating inspection queries as required


  • The list of job duties described above is not exclusive or exhaustive and the employee may be required to undertake tasks that may reasonably be expected within the scope of the job
  • Assist with any other duties as and when required
  • Undertake specific projects as instructed by Management


  • Ensure that the Safety policies and procedures are understood and adhered to so far as is reasonably practicable in order to ensure a safe working environment
  • Promote a strong HSE culture at all times
  • Ensure that personnel identify with and achieve, the necessary Health and Safety performance standards associated with the relative risks to personnel and plant in their environment and daily work
  • Ensure that business and HSE risk implications of integrity issues are clearly identified and assessed for consideration within the Oceaneering Integrity Management Team and communicated to the Client
  • Carry out work in accordance with the Company’s Health, Safety, Environmental, and Quality Systems
  • Perform the assigned tasks with due diligence regarding the Integrated Management Systems for the Company
  • Eliminate waste of whatever form, suggest the use of more environmentally friendly substances and practices, and contribute to the continuous improvement of the environment


  • Ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships with the Client or contractor at various levels of seniority
  • Ability to generate a team approach to problem-solving
  • Demonstrated communication skills – written, verbal and technical to make complex terminology simple for the benefit of others
  • Demonstrated working knowledge of design, manufacture, metallurgy, welding, codes, standards, risk assessments, and legislation associated with the in-service inspection of plant and equipment
  • Knowledge of safety standards (e.g. Step Back 5×5, JSEA, HSEQ systems, etc.)

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