Naval Architect / Marine Integrity Engineer

Job Responsibilities

  • To provide subject matter expertise in the field of Structural Integrity Management.
  • Assist the Senior Structural Engineer with the ongoing implementation of the Structural Integrity Management System, RBI and scheduling of inspection tasks based on class requirements.
  • Develop and take ownership for the development of structural inspection work scopes in accordance with RBI inspection schedule and classification requirements across multiple assets.
  • Development and update of the structural inspection plan
  • Review of structural anomalies and anomaly management.
  • Develop structural annual reports.
  • Engage with the operations team for structural integrity assessments.
  • Involvement under guidance from senior engineers with structural assurance activities to include.
  • Structural integrity assessments
  • Dropped object reviews.
  • Sea-fastenings
  • Structural engineering assessment
  • Structural surveys
  • Involvement in failure investigations
  • Assist structural technical authority with the annual review of structural performance standards.
  • Role has no financial accountability or control.
  • Routinely reviewing inspection reports and understanding where data is incorrect and highlighting concerns.
  • Routinely reviewing new anomalies and performing first pass the risk assessment in line with procedure. This requires problem solving to determine current condition, future degradation potential to assess probability of failure and assessment of operation to determine consequence of failure.
  • Identification, management and monitoring of asset integrity issues following the AIMS procedure.
  • Analysis and interpretation of integrity management performance while producing the Structural Annual Integrity Report. This involves combining information from a variety of sources to determine the suitability of a system to continue operation.


  • Civil / Structural Engineering / Naval Architecture degree is preferred.
  • Experience with Classification rules for inspection would be beneficial.
  • Experience of FPSO / Semi Sub Tanks and understanding Hull Drawings
  • Familiarity with Structural RBI systems
  • Familiarity with NDE techniques and their application
  • Familiarity with structural repair techniques
  • Experience working within Oil & Gas industry.
  • Ability to write technical documents.
  • Good communication skills and ability to work well within a team.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office package
  • Experience of using AutoCAD
  • Self-motivated and enthusiastic when working as part of a team or on own initiative.
  • Ability to investigate and interpret data.
  • Ability to be responsive and open to changing circumstances.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Good communication & interpersonal skills
Job location

Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom