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CV, UK Based Supervisor And Welding Inspector, Oil And Gas

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 17886

List top 5 skills: eye for detail, quality, supervison
Short Bio:

I am an experienced Construction/ Maintenance Supervisor and qualified Welding Inspector (PCN LEVEL 2) with an eye for detail.

Current location: 

England, United Kingdom - View on map

Nationality: 

british

Preferred Sector of Employment: 

Oil, Gas and Energy, Pharmaceutical and Science

Spoken languages: 

english

Locations I am interested in working:

Anywhere



Qualifications

• Client Contractor National Safety Group (CCNSG Supervisor Card)

• Construction Skill Certification Scheme (CSCS Supervisor Gold Card)

• Pcn Level 2 Welding Inspector (Cswip 3.1) Self funded

• IOSH- Managing/Safety

• Sentra Engineering Training College, Shoebury, Essex

• SMTD (ECITB)

• QMS ISO9001 FOUNDATION & INTERNAL AUDITORS COARSE (IRCA ACCREDITED ) BOOKED IN FOR EARLY FEB 2015

Career Summary

I am an experienced Supervisor and qualified Welding Inspector with experience gained on various Petrochemical Plants across the U.K. I apply sound practical decision making during the planning and execution of maintenance and construction activities. I worked at the Coryton Refinery as a Technician and then as Supervisor on the FCCU, Fuels, Utilities, bitumen asset and Product Movement Tankage areas and also in the Fabrication Workshop. This gave me very good exposure to and understanding of the issues and challenges that are inherent in the operation of a complex Refinery within the sector I have also have intimate Knowledge of maintenance strategies within the sector .

National Grid Isle of Grain (LNG Terminal) 2CL PROJECT (CRYOGENIC PIPE-LINE)
– Sept 2013 to date

• Employed by Chicago Bridge & Iron (CB&I) on the above site, working on 3 off, 3.4km Cryogenic Stainless Steel Pipelines (36” 14” & 12”).

• Liaising with and supporting our mechanical and civils subcontractors out on site, to ensure they are working to applicable Industry Codes and Standards.

• Raising A B & C items, punch list completed works, feeding them into our tracker system and work with our Sub-Contractor to close them out, prior to the Client walk down (tri party) and sign off.

• Attend daily meetings with leadership team where the priority issues are reviewed and assigned.

• Review work / testpacks and redline isometric drawings

• Witnessing hydro, pneumatic tests Dewpoint readings (hold points) with National Grid being present

• Dealing with structural steel and piping issues

Coryton Refinery
June 2013 to August 2013 –
Welding Inspector/QC, Jacobs LES

• Involved in the reconfiguration project to turn the Refinery into a storage terminal.

• Fabrication Shop based, QC/ Welding Inspection, ensuring fabricated spools of various sizes met requirements prior to installation on site.

• My duties also included material traceability, creating weld history and liaising with NDE companies to organise required QC checks and ensuring that welders comply with their relevant WPS controls.

• Assisted Q/A manager with compilation of final handover document packages.

BP,  Saltend, Hull
March 2013 to May 2013
Mechanical (Static Equipment) Supervisor

• Working for Bis Industrial Services, on a major shutdown.

• Working with the Client to ensure that the execution of Mechanical Overhauls was completed without compromising quality, safety and the integrity of the plant/ process units ,

Petroplus, Coryton Refinery
May 2009 to July 2012
Supervisor

• Team leader of Technicians responsible for maintenance/ projects across the Tankage Asset

• Liaising with the Production Co-ordinator, Field and Project Planners to ensure that all fixed equipment in the Product Movement Asset were available for routine maintenance.

• Dealt with routine and emergent maintenance requirements and scope/execute efficiently.

• Attended daily asset meetings to feedback into the forward plan (7 day look ahead).

• Ensuring my team closed out work orders on the CMMS (Maximo) when the task was completed.

BP/Petroplus Coryton
May 2006 to May 2009
Inspection Coordinator

• Involved across all assets of the Refinery on overhauls of fin fans i.e. process cleans/re-tubing where necessary.

• Minor and major overhaul of heat exchangers. Floating head and Hair Pin Types

• Major inspection of vessels, columns and catalyst change outs.

• Responsible for guidance of Term and Specialist Contractors to prevent work front clashes with other functional disciplines e.g. Scaffolding, Lagging, Mechanical and Electrical disciplines.

• Liaised with Inspection and Mechanical Engineering departments to resolve Technical Queries.

• Built work packs / test packs with relevant information prior to jobs being executed

BP, Coryton Refinery
2005 to May 2006
Jetty Maintenance Leader (On Assignment)

• Scoped, planned and executed day to day maintenance activities on the Jettys ( 5 off )

• Liaised with Line Managers & Production Jetty Schedulers to provide maintenance ‘windows’ to allow the execution and completion of routine maintenance work, as per the matrix risk ranking, ensuring minimum disruption and financial impact to the business unit. And reduced demurrage costs to the Organisation over that period

• Reduced routine maintenance back log on fixed/rotating equipment.

BP,  Coryton Refinery
2003 to 2005
Multi Discipline Technician

• Team leader roles on various shutdowns.

• Breathing apparatus trained.

• Confined space trained.

• Site measurement, fabrication and installation of replacement pipe-work.

• Coded Welder to ASME IX: 2001:6G on TIG and MMA processes.

• Able to read GA drawings.

• Bolt Torque & Tensioning trained.

• Hydro testing of static equipment- e.g. pipe-work, heat exchangers, overhead finfans.

• Trained on mobile cranes up to 8 Tonne.

BP Coryton
2002 to 2003
Craftsman

• Assigned to the Product Movement Area

Grant Livingston – Canvey Island
1995 to 2002
Coded Welder, Erector

• Worked on various top tier COMAH sites around the U.K.

• Constructed vessels and petroleum tanks (various height and sizes, fixed and floating roof) this involved jacking tanks off their bases to gain access to their foundations to repair the bases.