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Inspector, Refinery / Inspecteur, raffinerie

Date: Jan 4, 2019

LOCATION: Montreal, Quebec (CA-QC)

Why you should join us:

You will be a part of an integral team supporting our Montréal refinery to improve the safety culture and overall safety performance on our Journey to Zero. You are committed to working safely while actively supporting your co-workers to do the same.

You will use your expertise to:

  • Ensure compliance with inspection and mechanical integrity programs for static equipment, in accordance with legal requirements and corporate standards
  • Implement and enforce the quality manual with respect to periodic monitoring of quality control and inspection as approved by the Régie du bâtiment du Québec and as per the U.S. accreditation from the National Board 
  • Maintain documentation on pressurized static equipment as regards to its maintenance (inspection report)
  • Analyze reports on corrosion tracking and adjust degradation tracking to maintain the reliability of equipment under your responsibility
  • Perform quality control and/or quality assurance tasks for repair work and new installations 
  • Carry out complete physical inspection of equipment as well as non-destructive testing
  • Supervise and guide companies providing non-destructive-testing services during planned inspections
  • Review reports by external firms with respect to requested calculations, in order to apply the mechanical limits and to determine the inspection interval
  • Participate in and perform failure analyses and/or investigations into deviations
  • Issue full recommendations for the maintenance of equipment integrity according to recognized NBIC, ASME and API codes and standards and in the spirit of Québec's regulation respecting pressure installations 
  • Organize and manage data compilation (thicknesses, equipment history, and future recommendations)

We’d like to review your application if you have…

Must-haves (minimum requirements):

  • Five years of relevant working experience, preferably in a field of refining or petrochemicals
  • Post-secondary education in metallurgy, mechanical or materials engineering
  • Fluency in French (spoken and written) and working knowledge of English
  • An ability to work with information systems
  • Strong knowledge of API inspection and ASME manufacturing codes
  • An adaptive work style with an ability to handle multiple priorities, challenging demands and function positively in a dynamic collaborative work environment
  • The drive and motivation to achieve the best results and deliver the most value
  • A keen attention to detail and a strong work ethic with a continuous improvement mindset
  • A valid driver’s licence and a clean driving record
  • Alignment with our values of: safety above all else, respect, raise the bar, commitments matter and do the right thing

Where you’ll be working, your work schedule, and other meaningful information:

  • You will work at our Montreal refinery, located at 11701 Sherbrooke Street East
  • Hours of work are a regular 40-hour work week, Monday to Friday, with the potential for extended work hours based on business needs

Why Suncor
Go ahead. Expect growth. We want you to have a job you're genuinely excited about - as well as opportunities to learn and challenge yourself or mentor others. Plus, Suncor Energy offers a flexible employee package that can be adjusted to suit the changing needs of your life, including:

  • Competitive base salary and compensation programs
  • Attractive annual incentive program
  • Flexible benefits package
  • Rewarding pension and savings plans

Our mission to create energy for a better world begins with caring about the communities we live and work in, while responding to your interests and concerns. Read our Suncor Connections newsletter to see how we're living up to our commitment to keeping you informed.

Business Overview
Suncor Energy is Canada's energy company - meaning rewarding opportunities for you to apply your knowledge, contribute and grow in a variety of career-building positions. Our business portfolio spans the entire energy sector, from a leadership position in oil sands development, to refining and marketing operations, natural gas, and conventional oil production, internationally and offshore East Coast Canada.

And while we are working to responsibly develop petroleum resources and contribute to the communities where we live and work, we are also developing our renewable energy portfolio, which includes wind power and biofuels.

As part of Suncor's team, you'll contribute to the ongoing success of Canada's largest energy company - one with a solid track record of growth, a focus on safety and sustainability and tremendous potential for the future. And you'll have the opportunity to learn from experts in the industry and build on your skills every day.

Suncor promotes diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Suncor is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from all qualified individuals. Suncor is committed to accessibility and accommodations will be provided to applicants upon request. At Suncor, we are dedicated to building a workforce that reflects the diversity of the communities in which we live, and where every team member has the opportunity to reach their full potential.

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JOB CATEGORY: Trade & Operators

Job Segment: Inspection, Refinery, Engineer, Sustainability, Offshore Oil, Engineering, Energy

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