Pipeline Integrity Engineer II

  • Location: North York, ON
  • Type: Full-time
  • Job #171808
Oil & Gas
North York, ON
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Our oil and gas client in Chatham, ON is looking to hire a Pipeline Integrity Engineer II for a 12 months contract role with possibility of extension.

What you will be doing…

• Execute on threat management programs for assigned segments of the Client’s GDS system.

• Ensure pipeline Integrity Plans are complete for assigned segments.

• Contribute to the team objective of achieving safety targets including zero rupture and zero leak goals.

• Conduct pipeline integrity assessment and analysis for pipeline integrity threat management programs related to the Client’s GDS system, including but not limited to Corrosion, Crack, and Deformation Threat Management

• Assess pipelines for retrofits prior to in-line inspection, select inspection technologies and techniques, determine re-inspection frequency of pipelines

• Analyze data from Inline Inspection, Direct Assessment, Hydrotesting and Non-Destructive Examination (NDE) field results and determine actions such as required Integrity Digs and Repairs, as well as pipeline Fitness for Service

• Develop threat programs as assigned

• Support stakeholders on integrity matters

• Provide technical guidance to engineering interns and EITs

What you will need to succeed…..

Must have skills:

• University Degree in Engineering

• Four or more years of engineering experience

• Registered as a P. Eng in a Canadian jurisdiction or the ability to become licensed in Ontario immediately

• Valid class G drivers’ license and maintenance of a responsible driving record.

• Ability to think analytically and perform detailed analysis.

• Ability to coordinate multiple projects at one time and meet defined timelines.

• Must be computer literate (familiarity with PC applications).

• Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

• Strong interpersonal and team skills.

• Ability to influence without authority.

• Organized and strategic thinker.

• Self-starter.

Nice to have skills:

• Mechanical, Civil, Geotechnical, Chemical engineering discipline.

• Knowledge of gas pipeline systems

• Knowledge of inline inspection technologies and methods and/or Direct Assessment methods

• Experience in pipeline integrity and familiarity with pipeline repair methods.

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