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Materials and Corrosion Engineer

Oil & Gas
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Materials and Corrosion Engineer

Job Outline for a Materials and Corrosion Engineer:
• As a materials and corrosion engineer, you will be strong competence especially in the field of metallic materials (carbon steel, stainless steels, and nickel base alloys).
• You will be brought to bring your support within the discipline materials and welding of the company to other services (projects, engineering, quality...) for topics related to properties mechanical, metallurgical, and corrosion of metallic materials.

Main Responsibilities as a Materials and Corrosion Engineer:
• Write the material specifications for the tubes, forgings, and elbows.
• Choose materials based of the corrosive environment and project constraints
• To be the privileged interlocutor of the project teams and tenders for topics related to materials and corrosion.
• Support quality departments and SCM for supplier qualification.
• Being the representative of the company vis-à-vis customers and suppliers for topics related to materials and corrosion.
• Review and validate supplier procedures.

Experience needed as a Materials and Corrosion Engineer:
• You are an engineer or doctor in materials / metallurgy with 5 years of experience.
• You are autonomous with a good sense relational, team spirit, and the concern for customer satisfaction.
• Mastery of English is indispensable.
• You have experience in pipeline procurement, forged pieces and bends.

At First Recruitment we understand just how important it is to secure the right people. That's why our consultants always take the time to understand requirements in detail and offer sound advice to both clients and candidates.

This is a superb opportunity for anyone looking to work for a reputable organisation.

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