About The Role:
Responds to the One-Call tickets for their area of responsibility and appropriately documents activities. Locates the company’s pipelines and performs basic inspection, maintenance and repairs on pipeline equipment and right’s-of-way including signs and markers. Communicates with landowners and contractors regarding any One-Calls. Inspects and ensures integrity of pipeline(s) during third-party excavations and crossings. Takes a lead role in local public awareness program.
- Updates GIS Software to reflect accurate pipeline location when discrepancies are discovered.
- Locates pipelines safely utilizing available tools such as maps, signage, markers, line locating devices, probe rod, etc.
- Monitors active third-party encroachments and excavations and intervenes as necessary if the company’s line is threatened.
- Serves as the company’s OSHA Competent Person on excavations.
- Performs and documents exposed pipe inspections.
- Responds quickly to aerial reports of potential encroachment on the company’s right-of-way.
- Completes documentation accurately such as timesheets, MAXIMO work orders, safe job plans\work permits and regulatory reports.
- Optimizes work in most effective and efficient manner and leveraging priority within the tenets of S.A.F.E. and Stop Work Authority.
- Maintains safety and Land Owner relationships through good housekeeping practices.
- Utilizes tools and test equipment effectively and completes current calibration for accuracy on all pipeline locating equipment as needed.
- Responds to operational emergencies as a member of an emergency response team.
- Supervises contractors providing specialty services including Quality Assurance and Control.
- Performs other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization.
- High School Diploma or GED.
- A minimum of 2 years of experience in field operations in the oil and gas industry is required although employees typically have 3 or more years.