Title: Refinery Inspector
Location: United States-Alaska-Anchorage-Kenai
Tesoro Corporation, headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, is a Fortune 150 and Global 500 company. As a leading independent refiner and marketer of petroleum products we, through our subsidiaries, operate seven refineries, more than 900 branded retail stations, and employ approximately 5,200 employees.
Our strength lies in our investment in employees and in their future. We measure success not only by the products we bring to our customers, or the financial results we deliver to our shareholders, but also by remaining true to our core values of honesty and integrity; respect and trust; commitment to excellence; creative and entrepreneurial spirit; teamwork; and safety and environmental stewardship.
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This position inspects and evaluates refinery pressure equipment to assure safety, mechanical integrity and reliability by assessing effects of corrosion and other deleterious processes. Ensures compliance with pressure equipment laws and regulations and applicable industry codes, standards and recommended practices.
- Performs inspections, non-destructive testing and fitness-for-service evaluations on refinery equipment (such as but not limited to tanks, heaters, pressure vessels, heat exchangers, boilers, piping) to ensure mechanical integrity, safety and reliability. Ensures construction and repairs comply with codes, standards and industry practices.
- Analyzes inspection findings. Prepares reports. Generates repair/upgrade/modification recommendations based on inspection findings.
- Collaborates with Engineering and Maintenance to establish inspection intervals per applicable industry codes, standards and recommended practices. Prepares inspection plan and work list.
- Collaborates with Maintenance to development and implementation of risk-based routine and preventive maintenance procedures.
- Maintains inspection databases. Ensures documentation is current, accurate and compliant.
Minimum high school diploma or GED. Minimum 5 years pressure equipment inspection, refinery operations, maintenance or non-destructive examination (NDE) experience. Must be able to obtain appropriate American Petroleum Institute inspection certifications within 6 months of hire.
- Must have physical ability to perform essential job functions of an inspector which includes ability to climb stairs, columns, etc. and enter tight and confined spaces including 18" vessel openings.