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Employee Type - Full-Time EmployeeEducation - 4 Year DegreeExperience - Not SpecifiedIndustries - Engineering, Other

Description

Employment :Permanent
# of Openings :1
Classification :Facilities Industry:Engineering

The Asset Integrity Lead manages a team responsible for the safe and reliable operation of the facilities and pipeline assets through integrity inspections, audits and proactive maintenance/repair. In addition, the role will work closely with other departments (e.g. Environmental, Safety, Maintenance and Operations and Projects) to contribute to the successful execution of small and large-scale projects as they relate to the internal governance and external regulations and jurisdictional authorities. The position will lead asset integrity through the development and execution of effective programs, procedures and best practices.

Key Responsibilities

        
  • Responsibility for leading all types of engineering, integrity, and/or risk assessments, audits, program reviews including documentation, and follow up on outstanding action items to completion
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  • Preparation of monthly/quarterly/annual asset integrity activity updates and program reports
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  • Coordinate and provide technical direction to service providers regarding chemical mitigation, cathodic protection, protective coatings, in-line inspection, monitoring and other mitigation programs as assigned
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  • Support Project Engineering as required.
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  • Provide technical review and input on new pipeline installation and or repairs.
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  • Provide technical support to operations with respect to development and implementation of effective corrosion mitigation, monitoring and inspection programs
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  • Represent the company and participate in corporate task forces / steering committees and external industry associations or workgroups as assigned
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  • Providing input into and steward to integrity engineering specifications, standards, and procedures
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  • Ensure all construction and field modifications meet the requirements of all applicable codes, standards and regulations
Qualifications

        
  • Bachelor’s degree in Engineering and provincial professional designation (or in progress of obtaining)
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  • Minimum of 10 years of related experience within an upstream O&G environment
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  • Knowledge and certifications to apply engineering standards relevant to the pipeline industry, including CSA Z662, API Standards, and NEB, Alberta regulatory requirements
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  • Proven knowledge and experience in risk assessment, internal pipeline inspection and analysis for cracks, deformations, and metal loss, chemical treatments and maintenance pigging, and cathodic protection systems.
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  • NACE certification (General Corrosion, Cathodic Protection, Internal Corrosion)
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  • Formal training in integrity specializations such as Risk Assessment, ILI, Defect Assessment, Repairs, CP, Internal Corrosion Control, Coatings and management systems
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  • Expertise in ABSA requirements relating to process piping and equipment and AER requirements relating to field piping and equipment
Additional Details

        
  • Field and Office environment
All interested candidates please EMAIL your resume to [Click Here to Email Your Resumé] . We thank all candidates for applying, only those chosen for an interview will be contacted.

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