Asset Integrity & Inspection Lead

Job Location US-OH-Toledo
# of Openings
Direct Hire


The Asset Integrity & Inspection Lead is responsible for facility efforts to implement inspection programs to comply with State of Ohio Jurisdiction, ASME, AWS, API, National Board and company standards relating to Vessels, Piping, Tanks, Boilers, Relief Devices and Fire Suppression Systems.       


  • Responsible for the development and ownership of programs/systems to maintain Asset Integrity in accordance with OSHA PSM standards.
  • Responsible for the development and ownership of infrastructure programs relating to structures, coatings, insulation, and plant production surfaces.
  • Setup and maintain inspection equipment files.
  • Develop and communicate equipment inspection plans.
  • Assist with development of equipment care plans.
  • Facility inspection Subject Matter Expert.
  • Review inspection data and write inspection reports and recommendations.
  • Develops KPI’s related to Compliance, Asset Integrity and inspection data.
  • Coordinates and oversees planning, scheduling and execution of routine and turnaround integrity visual inspections and non-destructive examinations.
  • Completes pressure equipment, pressure piping and tank integrity external and internal assessments and provides recommendations for corrosion mitigation and production optimization.
  • Follows recommended repair scope to assure completion to the standards required.
  • Maintains commitment to safety by following established procedures and protocols.
  • Responsible to achieve the Inspector / PSM Asset Integrity objectives agreed annually.
  • Supports and actively participates in the Site’s development along corporate guidelines.
  • Follows all Company policies & procedures and all site health, safety, security and environmental rules.
  • Assures conformance with Company policies & procedures and all site health, safety, security and environmental rules.
  • Actively participates in EHSS programs (i.e. take care observations, safety training, toolbox talks, incident reporting & investigation and safety walks).
  • Performs/supports other duties and responsibilities as assigned by management and support other employees as necessary in a team effort.



  • High School Diploma or GED required.
  • Associate degree or equivalent preferred.
  • Experience (>5 years) in maintenance within a manufacturing, industrial, fabrication, aerial or related industry is required.
  • Familiar with OSHA PSM standards.
  • API 510/653/570 (and other applicable pressure vessel and tank standards).
  • Experience with B31.3 and B31.1 Piping Standards.
  • Familiar with National Board Inspection Code,  National Board (IS) commission experience is a preferred.
  • ASNT NDE experience or training, Understanding each NDE processes abilities and limitations.
  • Familiar with corrosion damage mechanisms.
  • SAP experience preferred.
  • Computer proficient in MS office and general internet applications.
  • Comply with safety requirements.


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