Lead Service Technician – Offshore Survey


Roles and Responsibilities

Cathodic Protection Surveys:

  • Lead and supervise cathodic protection surveys for offshore metallic structures, including pipelines, platforms, and subsea installations.
  • Coordinate survey activities, including mobilization, data collection, and demobilization, ensuring adherence to project timelines and objectives.
  • Data Collection and Analysis:
  • Conduct CP measurements using specialized equipment and instruments to assess the effectiveness of cathodic protection systems.
  • Analyze survey data, including potential measurements, pipe-to-soil potentials, and structure-to-electrolyte potentials, to evaluate corrosion risks and integrity concerns.

Interpretation and Reporting:

  • Interpret CP survey results and findings to identify areas of concern, corrosion hotspots, and deficiencies in cathodic protection systems.
  • Prepare detailed survey reports documenting CP measurements, observations, and recommendations for corrective actions or maintenance interventions.

Recommendations and Remediation:

  • Provide technical expertise and recommendations to address corrosion issues, optimize cathodic protection systems, and mitigate corrosion risks.
  • Collaborate with engineering teams and clients to develop remediation plans, including installation of sacrificial anodes, rectifiers, and protective coatings.

Quality Assurance and Compliance:

  • Implement quality control measures and procedures to ensure the accuracy and reliability of CP survey data and assessments.
  • Ensure compliance with industry standards, regulations, and best practices related to cathodic protection and corrosion management.

QHSSE Activities

  • Adhere to company s integrated Management system and when on site, client’s Quality Management System
  • Comply with company QHSE Management System.
  • Report any unsafe act or unsafe condition; Stop and challenge any work that is considered unsafe
  • Identify and initiate actions to prevent occurrence of non-conformities in process or system.
  • Promote a positive QHSE culture in the workplace
  • Responsible for continuous improvement of safety performance.

Job Qualification

Academic Qualification

  • Any Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering – Mechatronics, Electronic & Communication, Instrumentation & Communication.
  • Technical/Professional knowledge and skills
  • Certification or training in Cathodic Protection (e.g., NACE CP Level 3) is highly desirable.
  • Previous experience in cathodic protection surveys and corrosion monitoring, preferably in the oil and gas industry.
  • Proficiency in CP survey techniques, equipment, and data analysis tools.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills with attention to detail.
  • Excellent communication and report writing skills.
  • Ability to lead and manage survey teams effectively in a dynamic offshore environment.
  • Knowledge of corrosion mechanisms, cathodic protection principles, and industry standards.
  • Knowledge of Survey equipment and activities.
  • Possess good Customer Service & Communication skills
  • Conversant with MS office tools like M.S Word, M.S Excel, and M.S Power point, ERP System etc.
  • Project management skills
  • Detail oriented
  • Industry Experience
  • Minimum 08 years’ experience in Survey operations