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.
LOCATION: Regina, SK
- 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.
- 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.
- 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
- Hold a valid Class 5 Saskatchewan driver’s license or equivalent.
PREFERENCE WILL BE GIVEN TO CANDIDATES WITH:
- Engineering degree in the following areas: Mechanical, Metallurgical, Industrial, Electrical, and Geotechnical
- Minimum 5 years of experience in analyzing alternatives with respect to transmission pipeline systems
- Experience in the oil and gas industry
- Experience with CSA Z662, ASME B31.3
- Experience with audits and regulations
- Knowledge of regulatory bodies and Acts (MECON, NEB, AER, TSASK, Saskatchewan Pipelines Act)
- Writing ability for recommendations and process documentation
- Experience within the office and field environment
- Varied engineering background including pipeline integrity, direct assessment, inline inspection, cathodic protection, technical analysis and project experience,
- Ability to work independently to analyze, troubleshoot, and manage program tasks while multitasking duties for several aspects of the overall department.
- 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.
- Experience communicating with stakeholders to recommend and implement solutions
- Experience with engineering assessments, process documentation and management of change (assets)
- 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.