Asset Integrity Engineer

Job Location US-UT-South Jordan
# of Openings
Direct Hire


We are looking for an Engineer-Asset Integrity to help support property wide development, implementation, and sustainability of critical asset maintenance planning, national standard compliance, and master data compliance with Physical Assets Management standards. 


Reporting to the Senior Engineer-Asset Integrity and working in a challenging and exciting environment, you will:

  • Utilize reliability tools RCA, RCM, and FMEAs for asset evaluations
  • Participate in the life cycle management plan for critical equipment, which correlates with SAP needs.
  • Manage contractor work following contractor management procedures
  • Assist with the collection of inspection data for area process pipe evaluations including the documentation and help with execution of said data.
  • Be able to create and submit data load sheets into APM
  • Documentation and storage of inspection certificates, thickness measurements, and other required documents
  • Work with project groups and manage small project efforts to validate and improve integrity of assets
  • Update business unit stakeholders on project status 
  • Committed to the health and safety of all. Actively engaged in safety programs and initiatives.
  • Prioritize tasks ensuring that the critical work required for asset management is evaluated, managed, and delivered appropriately.
  • Ensures that asset integrity improvement work complies with all applicable Federal, State, KUC Safety/Environmental standards and Business Policies. 
  • Effectively use Management of Change (MOC) procedures.  Should be able to effectively facilitate cultural change.
  • It is expected that asset integrity engineers collaborate with all RTKC business units. This includes actively seeking and sharing ideas on a frequent basis.
  • Activity participate in CRM and other Safety activities




  • Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or a related field required
  • 3+ years of relevant operational experience
  • One year of related asset integrity industry experience.
  • Proven ability to improve area performance through project analysis, reliability, and asset improvement initiatives. 
  • Knowledge and understanding of national standards including but not limited to API653, API 570, ASME RTP-1, etc. Expected to stay compliant with already awarded certifications is highly regarded
  • Must have detailed knowledge of how to use P&ID’s, PFD’s, assembly, and other technical drawings. 
  • Must have a strong, demonstrated commitment to health, safety and the environment
  • Must be able to be a key member in cross-functional teams and possess a drive for continuous improvement. 
  • Must be able to train and mentor others.

It will also be beneficial if you have:

  • Demonstrated experience in reliability techniques & developing maintenance tactics.
  • Experience using various condition monitoring (PdM) techniques.





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