Our oil and gas client in Chatham, ON or North York, ON is looking to hire a Pipeline Integrity Engineer I for a 12 months contract role with possibility of extension.
Are you Engineer with experience or keen interest in the field of pipeline integrity? Do you enjoy planning and executing processes, practices and projects for Integrity Management programs? We have an industry-leading pipeline integrity team and are looking for an Engineer to join our team.
What you will be doing…
• Ensure pipeline Threat Assessments and Integrity Plans are completed for assigned pipelines, including Fitness for Service assessments
• Execute on all threat management programs on assigned segments of the Client GDS system.
• Ensure pipeline Integrity Plans are complete and designed for 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 GDS system, including Corrosion, Crack, Deformation Threat Management and interacting threats
• 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 Nondestructive Examination (NDE) field results and determine actionable requirements such as Integrity Digs and Repairs, as well as pipeline Fitness for Service
• Ensure the continued compliance of integrity management processes with regulations, standards and best practices.
• Support stakeholders on integrity matters
University Degree in Engineering.
• Four or more years of engineering experience with professional engineering designation.
• Registered as a Professional Engineer in a Canadian jurisdiction
• 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.
• Ability to work with minimal oversight
• Must be computer literate (familiarity with PC applications).
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
• Strong interpersonal and team skills.
• Organized and strategic thinker.
-Professional Engineer in Canadian jurisdiction (P. Eng)
-Bachelor or higher degree in Engineering
Nice to have:
-Previous experience in pipeline or asset integrity
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