Pipeline Integrity Engineering Services


System Integrity & Standards – Regina

Our large Natural Gas Client requires an Engineer to address pipeline audit findings and work in the System Integrity & Standards group.

The qualified candidate will bring a balance of engineering knowledge, with a preferential experience in pipelines and performing a detailed, systematic analysis of alternatives.


  • Primarily office based, but may have occasional field interaction to satellite facilities, which may include overnight stays.

CONTRACT DURATION: August 14, 2017 to March 31, 2019

  • The Contract will automatically renew for successive one (1) year terms, a maximum of four (4) times

DAYS/HOURS: Monday to Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm

This position will be in close communication with a number of departments throughout the business such as Pipeline Engineering, Operations, Internal Audit and System Planning. The interaction with numerous departments and operations staff requires strong organizational and communication abilities.


  1. Any one of the following three (3) options for Engineering qualifications:
    • Degree in Engineering from an Accredited Canadian Engineering program; or
    • Be currently registered with APEGS, or an affiliated branch of the national association, as a Professional Engineer or Engineer-In-Training; or
    • Provide a letter from APEGS, or an affiliated branch of the national association, indicating that your World Educational Services “WES- ICAP” educational credentials assessment meets the APEGS requirements and is acceptable for registration in Saskatchewan.
  2. Evidence of English language competency in the form of one (1) of the following certified scores for any proposed candidate for which English is an additional language.
    • TOEFL ibt – Score of 110 or higher (TOEFL ITP, TOEFL Junior, and TOEFL Primary Test are NOT Accepted)
    • CELPIP General – Score of 9 or higher for each component (CELPIP General LS is NOT Accepted)
    • IELTS Academic – Score of 8 or higher (IELTS General is NOT Accepted)
    • TOEIC L&R minimum score of 900
    • TOEIC S&W minimum score of 360
  3. Hold a valid Class 5 Saskatchewan driver’s license or equivalent.


  1. Engineering degree in the following areas: Mechanical, Metallurgical, Industrial, Electrical, and Geotechnical
  2. Minimum 5 years of experience in analyzing alternatives with respect to transmission pipeline systems
  3. Experience in the oil and gas industry
  4. Experience with CSA Z662, ASME B31.3
  5. Experience with audits and regulations
  6. Knowledge of regulatory bodies and Acts (MECON, NEB, AER, TSASK, Saskatchewan Pipelines Act)
  7. Writing ability for recommendations and process documentation
  8. Experience within the office and field environment
  9. Varied engineering background including pipeline integrity, direct assessment, inline inspection, cathodic protection, technical analysis and project experience,
  10. Ability to work independently to analyze, troubleshoot, and manage program tasks while multitasking duties for several aspects of the overall department.
  11. Technical aptitude in order to:
    • Perform business analysis and provide engineering recommendations
    • Perform and optimize task completion
    • Implement quality and/or business process controls.
    • Technical writing and communication.
  12. Experience communicating with stakeholders to recommend and implement solutions
  13. Experience with engineering assessments, process documentation and management of change (assets)
  14. Familiarity with pressure control and overpressure protection systems.


  • Review code requirements pertaining to audit findings
  • Develop potential code compliant solutions according to the needs of the system and feedback from stakeholder groups
  • Identify typical deficiencies and develop technical recommendations for correcting these deficiencies
  • Prioritize deficiencies and develop business cases for the correction of individual situations
  • Communicate within a number of departments within the organization to collect information and execute projects
  • Create a long-term plan, and manage the resolution of deficiencies to a specified budget and schedule, updating stakeholders and communicating on project outcomes
  • Comply with the company’s corporate safety program.
  • Develop and present recommendations on assignments.
  • Participate in meetings related to work assignments including staff meetings, and to travel to field locations and coordinate with local operations staff.


  • The candidate will complete administrative tasks common to all staff including, but not limited to, weekly status reports and time reporting.
  • Office space and computer will be provided, and if required a phone.





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