|Requirements: Education/Experience Requirements:
BS in metallurgical, chemical or electrical engineering.
5 or more years in corrosion pipeline related field.
Must be familiar with basic operating principles of natural gas transmission and gathering facilities.
Computer literacy a must.
NACE certification is required.
Will require 40% travel within area of responsibility.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills to enable incumbent to work closely with corrosion technicians and coordinate work with Area Directors.
Must support operations and be able to work well with operations personnel who are geographically dispersed.
Must be able to adjust to continuously changing priorities.
Subject to extended workdays and/or workweeks, and call-out for emergency response. May
be required to carry a pager and cell phone.
Ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks and projects concurrently.
This position will be filled at a job level commensurate with the candidates skills and experience.
Candidate must have a proven safe driving record and provide documentation of past traffic violations upon request as well as maintain a valid drivers license.
Incumbent will be required to take and pass a pre-employment drug test, is subject to applicable U.S. Department of Transportation Drug and Alcohol related regulations, and will be subject to background check.
Normal office activities
External Description: ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
Provides Engineering support for operations, corrosion specialists and integrity department in the execution and maintenance of the corrosion control program. Give technical support and training to field personnel responsible for maintenance of tools and equipment, including ground beds, rectifiers, test equipment, corrosion coupon installations, etc.
Directly responsible for the management of the following:
? Cathodic Protection Data Manager
? ETP Coating Manual
? Corrosion design and corrosion SOPs
Ensure all installations are within NACE, O&M procedures, SOPs & ETS standards. Gathers corrosion field data for designing new installations.
Ensures that all corrosion records are kept and maintained according with O&M procedures, DOT requirements and ETS standards. Records are kept both by Operations and the Senior Corrosion Specialist.
Participates in Federal and State audits.
Manages or assists in planning, material requisitions, documentation and field supervision of new projects and work orders.
Provides Engineering/Construction and Operations support on pipeline expansion projects.
Participates in IMP projects
Project Manager and point person on all interstate ILI projects.
Keeps abreast of industry trends and rule changes regarding corrosion control.
Prepares special reports that document and/or make recommendations regarding the results of special projects or surveys.
Conducts facility inspections, reviews records and reports findings to Area Director and Director of Corrosion/Integrity.
Interfaces closely and provides technical support as requested by the Director of Corrosion/Integrity.
Has project management responsibilities for direct assessment activities such as ILI pigging, CIS surveys, and other DA surveys on interstate pipelines and expansion projects.
Responsible for evaluating direct assessment data for quality and accuracy. Will work with the Corrosion Specialists and operations on developing contingency plans for P&M.
Keeps updated on new and existing computer programs available to corrosion control, such as CPDM, RSTRENG, PEDs, PDMS, and PIPES. Provides training to corrosion specialists and corrosion technicians
Provides support on task forces, due diligence, and special projects as may be required.
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