Requisition Id: 23550
Department: Facility Integrity Area
Pembina Pipeline Corporation’s Technical Services Unit (TSU) is to provide technical expertise and consistency across all of Pembina’s Business Units which involves the development and governance of standards, specifications and procedures. TSU works in conjunction with other Service Units to support the business objectives and operational requirements of the Business Units.
The Facility Integrity team is hiring an Inspector, Facility Integrity. Reporting to the Supervisor, Facility Integrity this position can based in Grande Prairie or Sherwood Park AB District locations.
Summary of Responsibilities
- Responsible for implementing and maintaining the facility integrity programs at numerous locations throughout Pembina, including gas plants, compressor stations, pump stations and product storage locations;
- Maintain tank and vessel database and scheduling and reviewing equipment inspections;
- Leads in planning, coordination and execution for facility integrity activities, including turnarounds and integrity driven projects;
- Performs and/or coordinates all inspection and NDE activities, including installation inspections for new facilities, and ensures they are performed as required and scheduled;Establishment of inspection and maintenance plans and strategies for all facilities, including all pressure equipment, critical piping systems, PSV’s, tanks, sumps and storage tubes;
- Collecting, trending, and analyzing corrosion monitoring programs;
- Perform and/or coordinate vendor reviews and audits;
- Ensures that non-conformances (regulatory or internal) are identified, and oversees implementation of corrective and preventative actions;
- Participates in failure investigations and responses for failures of, or involving pressure equipment, facility piping and tanks, and liaises with and reports to the regulators;
- Liaises with the local Jurisdictional representatives (ABSA, AER, Technical Safety BC, BC OGC and Canadian Energy Regulator);
- Supports internal and regulatory audits for areas of responsibility;
- Develops and manages budgets for planned integrity activities;
- Working very closely with our operations staff, Chief Inspector and inspection contractors to ensure success of the facility integrity programs and initiatives; and
- Participate in a diverse and Inclusive work environment.
- Engineering degree in related disciplines or post-secondary diploma/qualification in materials, welding, mechanical, or chemical disciplines or combination of education and experience in inspection technology.
- Minimum 10 years’ experience in facility and pressure vessel inspection activities;
- API 510 or completion of National Board Commission Examination, and ABSA In-Service Pressure Vessel / Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspector Certificate;
- API 579 / 570 / 653, NDE (CGSB) certification, NACE training, or other industry applicable training would be an asset;
- Self-motivated with the ability to work independently given appropriate guidance, and able to prioritize multiple tasks;
- Excellent verbal and written communication with stakeholders, co-workers, and third parties;
- Strong working knowledge of industry codes, regulations and best practices;
- Good facilitation skills for conducting periodic Facility Integrity Reviews at sites and coach operations and maintenance personnel on integrity related issues; and
- Must have excellent defensive driving skills for travelling on industrial road networks.
- Facilities are spread through wide geographical area, often requiring long travelling time;
- Ability to properly plan and prioritize activities based on business needs and risks are key considerations for this position;
- Fast-paced operating environment that requires well informed and quick decision making at site; and
- The facilities are at different points in their life cycle and therefore have different integrity challenges even though they may look the same and have the same functionality.
This position is considered “Safety Sensitive” so will require Pre-Employment Drug & Alcohol Testing. You may also be required to provide a Driver’s Abstract.
The successful candidate must live within 100 km of noted district locations.
Final candidate will be required to undergo a background check; including a criminal record check.
No agency calls please.
Pembina Pipeline Corporation is committed to diversity, equal opportunity and ensuring that our employees have the ability to thrive in an inclusive environment. We are pleased to consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, family status, veteran status, Indigenous status, national origin, age, disability or any other legally-protected factors. Accommodation for applicants with disabilities is available upon request during the recruitment process.
For more than 65 years, Pembina has safely and reliably served North America’s energy industry, delivering oil, natural gas and natural gas liquids production to North American markets.
Powering Pembina’s growth are our smart, creative and energetic people who allow us to remain a disciplined and responsible energy transportation and service provider and a trusted member in our communities.
Our expectations are high and our rewards reflect this: We treat our people well – whether it’s through our compensation package, community engagement and volunteer opportunities, or our numerous social activities.
Pembina provides everything you could want in an employer. We are a proud recipient of Canada’s Top 100 Employers (2018-2021), Alberta’s Top Employers (2014-2021), Canada’s Top Employers for Young People (2019), and an Employer Partner of the Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion. We are also a strong supporter of Skills Canada.
To apply for this job please visit careers.pembina.com.