Gas Inspector Job Description Sample
Gas Utility Inspector
Gas Utility Inspector
Job ID: 260
Functional Area: Field Operations
Position Type: Full-Time Regular
Relocation Provided: No
Location: Austin, TX
Department: PIPELINE/FIELD SUPPORT
Internal / External: Internal and External
- Experience Required: Not Indicated Position Description:
Inspects installation, maintenance, and removal work performed by employees and/or contractors on transmission and distribution pipelines to ensure compliance and/or identify noncompliance with company and governmental standards. Assists with operation and/or maintenance of tools and equipment in performance of duties including: Pipe and crescent wrenches Pipe cutters and threaders Hammers and screwdrivers Picks, shovels, and rakes Air compressors and generators Plastic fusion equipment Combustible Gas Indicators - flame-ionization unit Jiggle bar Leak survey equipment Tapping and plugging Perform routine maintenance on vehicles and equipment.
Maintains logs; compiles and prepares reports including but not limited to: Inspection logs Leak reports Job order completion information Training/testing records Mileage reports Accident/first aid reports Expense Reports Provides information, advice, and/or assistance to employees, contractors, landowners, public/governmental officials, and others relative to construction and/or maintenance standards, policies, and procedures applicable to work in progress. Investigate customer related orders and/or emergency situations including but not limited to:
Low pressure calls Class 1 leaks Blowing lines Fires/explosions Undetectable lines Review invoices for accuracy (pricing, quantity installed, materials used, etc.). Regular and reliable attendance is required in performance of job. Employee may be required to perform additional duties as assigned.#fieldoperations Position
Experience in use, function, and maintenance of tools and equipment applicable to position including accessing and utilizing computer applications.
Application of basic arithmetic: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Experience with and thorough knowledge of construction and maintenance of transmission and distribution pipeline systems. Thorough knowledge of applicable federal, state, and/or industry standards and regulations regarding pipeline construction and safety.
Training and experience relative to: Company Gas Operations Standards Manual (GOSM) procedures Emergency response procedures Welding/plastic fusion policies and procedures One Call System policies and procedures Interpersonal/communication skills Knowledge of function and/or maintenance of regulators, chart meters, well meters, cathodic protection, and leakage survey and remote methane leak device. Experience reading and interpreting maps, atlas pages, blueprints, budget information, and job orders.
Knowledge and experience with basic computer operation and relevant software. Experience leading, directing, and/or training. Demonstrated ability to read and write fluently in English.
CERTIFICATION/LICENSING: Applicable driver's license Qualified Plastic Fusion Technician certification (as specified by position) Qualified Steel Welding certification (as specified by position) PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Lift or move objects weighing up to 20 pounds 10 15 times a day; up to 40 pounds 7 10 times a day; up to 50 pounds 10 12 times a day.
Climb into and out of excavations and onto and off of equipment. Travel over uneven terrain including but not limited to: Mud Gravel Sand Rocks Ice Snow React immediately to emergency situations to prevent injury to self and others.
Smell odorant in natural gas. Detect and react to warning signals at work sites. Able to operate tools and equipment required.
Perform maintenance on the company leak truck and all related leakage survey equipment. (as specified by position) COMMUNICATION REQUIREMENTS: Communicates and/or exchanges information or instructions verbally, including use of company two way radios or cellular telephones. VISUAL REQUIREMENTS:
Peripheral vision and accurate depth perception. Sufficient to perform job duties. #fieldoperations We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.
Natural Gas Pipeline Inspector
WSB & Associates IncNatural Gas Pipeline InspectorDenver, CO 80246 Build a legacy - yourlegacy with WSB & Associates, Inc., named to the StarTribune's Top Workplaces in Minnesota for the fifth consecutive year and the Zweig Group Hot Firm List for the fourth consecutive year. Our Denver, Colorado office is growing and we have several openings in the Construction Services Group.
We have immediate openings for full-time entry-level and experienced Natural Gas Pipeline Construction Inspectors out of our Denver, Colorado office. We offer exceptional opportunities in our Contract Administration and Construction Inspection areas. If you want more than a job and if you’re looking for a career with growth opportunities and a chance to be a leader, WSB is the place for you.
What You Will Do:You will be part of our Construction Services Utility Service Area Team working around natural gas pipelines and facilities. Duties would include, field observation including verifying and documenting federal and company compliance, working with detailed plans and procedures, tracking quantities and material and verifying the accuracy of mapping and as-builts on various natural gas pipeline projects. All aspects of the job are to be performed with an emphasis on safety.
Documentation will include daily diaries on iPad, quantity calculations and backup documentation, letters, memos and spreadsheets. Typical work hours range from 40 to 60 hours per week, 5-6 days per week. There are no limits to your growth and how you can progress with your career at WSB.
This position would exist within our Construction Services/Design Build Group and provide you an opportunity to continue to build your career and work in an enjoyable and challenging work environment. What You Will Bring:We have roles for entry level natural gas pipeline inspectors who want to better themselves and want to be challenged. Excellent technical, communication, organizational skills and a valid driver’s license with a good driving record are required.
A pre-employment drug test as well as quarterly random drug testing is also required. You must have the ability to work in a variety of weather conditions and terrains associated with construction sites. We are looking for candidates who are Certified Welding Inspectors, NACE Cathodic Protection Level 1 thru 4, NACE Coating Inspector Level 1 thru 3.
Additional requirements include a minimum of a high school diploma. A two year technical degree from an accredited school in a field related to civil engineering construction is a plus, and a degree from a four year accredited college will only increase your opportunities and growth. Prior mainline, pipeline, distribution, utility construction, or survey experience also a plus.
Knowledge of SCADA, CP, QA/QC or CFR49/192 also noteworthy. Who We Are:WSB is an energetic professional consulting and design firm with offices in Minnesota, North Dakota, Texas, and Colorado. WSB has over 400 staff members who provide diverse engineering, planning, environmental, and construction services to clients in the government, energy, and commercial markets.
Our services also include GIS, landscape architecture, right of way, and surveying. Equal Opportunity Employer, including disabled and veterans.
Gas Pipeline Inspector B Or Helper
Gas Pipeline Inspector B or Helper
6900 Enterprise Drive
Gas Distribution Operations
Position Purpose Employee will learn, perform, and assist in various skilled, unskilled, and technical duties in the operation, construction, and maintenance of the gas distribution system.
Education & Experience MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS FOR ENTRY INTO: GENERAL QUALIFICATIONS 1.
Employee must meet all general qualifications of employment. 2.
Employee must meet all qualifications as required by Federal, State and Municipal regulations as applies to this position. 3. Employee must be able to speak, understand, read and write English, and be able to understand and carry out oral and written instructions. 4.
Employee must have education or knowledge equivalent to that normally represented by satisfactory completion of the requirements of a high school diploma, or equivalent. 5.
Employee must be able to learn to use the tools and equipment required in the work. 6. Employee must be thoroughly familiar with the Company Safety Rules and willingly see that they are enforced. 7.
Employee must have a valid state driver's license, and pass the Transportation Department's driver's test for operating Company vehicles. 8.
Employee must be willing to work inside and outside under varying weather conditions. 9. Employee must be willing to report as directed to any facility for any shift where needed. 10.
Employee must be in good health and be able to perform the physical requirements of the job. 11.
Employee must possess the willingness and ability to acquire the necessary knowledge and skills to advance to higher classifications. 12.
Employee must be willing and able to communicate through both verbal and written reports. 13.
Employee must be able to learn to make and read simple and/or complex drawings and sketches. 14.
Employee must have demonstrated ability to carry through work assignments, and conduct himself/herself in a manner that encourages cooperation and satisfactory work from others assigned to work with him/her. 15.
Employee must have demonstrated proficiency in the ability to perform the duties associated with the lower classification(s) within the line of progression. 16.
Employee must be able to lead, direct, and train other employees assigned to work with him/her to obtain satisfactory work results. 18.
Employee must be rated qualified for entry into this classification under the Louisville Gas and Electric Company's Employee Performance Review Program and have satisfactorily completed all applicable training and testing programs.
Preferred Qualifications 1.
Employee must have 12 months experience as a Gas Pipeline Inspector Helper or equivalent and successfully completed all training and testing programs required in that classification. 2.
Employee must be operator qualified in task such as electrofusion, socket fusion, saddle fusion, butt fusion, mechanical jointing, taping service tees, house line testing, serving testing, asbestos abatement, asbestos awareness, basic corrosion, excavation competent person, locating underground piping and plug value operation and maintenance. 3. Employee must have demonstrated a familiarity with and have a good working knowledge of the operations, maintenance, and construction of the gas systems. 4.
Employee must be willing to work outside under varying weather conditions. 5.
Employee must be willing to report as directed to any location for any shift where needed. 6. Employee must be in good health and be able to perform physical requirements of the job which include heavy manual labor and the ability to wear all required PPE. 7.
Employee must have demonstrated the ability to perform simple arithmetic functions (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division) encountered on the job. 8.
Employee must have demonstrated the ability to meet the public in a pleasant, courteous, and tactful manner and must possess the ability to work cooperatively with other departments, utilities, and contractors with which his/her work must be coordinated. 9. Employee must have demonstrated knowledge and compliance with traffic control rules and regulations. 10.
Employee must have demonstrated a working knowledge of applicable codes, rules, and regulations in connection with duties.
Job Description GENERAL DUTIES The normal duties may include but are not limited to: 1.
Employee will be knowledgeable of and follow all safety policies, practices, and procedures. 2.
Employee acting in conjunction with supervision or individually as directed by supervision will assist and/or direct the training of other employees in the correct operating procedures necessary to fully satisfy the classification duties of Gas Pipeline Inspector B and all lower classifications within the subject line of progression or other duties with which the employee is familiar. 3. Employee will, when directed by supervision, report to assigned locations for the purpose of receiving training and will actively participate in the training activities. 4.
Employee will perform first aid and fire fighting duties when required. 5.
Employee will exhibit an adequate competency level pertaining to activities delineated in the Duties and Qualifications sections of this job classification. Such competency shall be demonstrated via performance of job duties and training and testing programs administered at intervals prescribed by Louisville Gas and Electric to assure correct classification of employees. 6. Employee will, during the normal performance of his/her duties, watch for and promptly report to supervision any damaged or defective equipment or conditions which may cause damage or injury. 7.
Employee will perform such other duties within his/her capabilities, as directed by supervision that are necessary for Company operations. 8.
Employee will keep all equipment, tools, and materials and work areas in a clean and orderly condition. 9. Employee will report as directed to any facility for any shift where needed. 10.
Employee will perform work in a responsible and cooperative manner. 11.
Employee will compile information and generate reports, forms and documents as required. 12.
Employee will represent the Company to the community with attention to the highest standard of conduct, appearance, and attitude. 13.
Employee will report to proper supervision, job progress, problems, or other factors that may affect the job. SPECIFIC DUTIES Duties, which may include, but are not limited to: 1.
Employee will perform all the duties of Gas Pipeline Inspection Helper. 2.
Employee will perform and assist others in the construction, operation, removal, and maintenance of gas mains, service, metering, and/or regulation equipment and other related facilities. 3. Employee will perform and assist others in the performance of pipeline inspections, including learning the various rules and regulations pertaining to these duties. 4.
Employee will perform and assist others in duties related to customer piping inspections, such as, but not limited to, actual visual inspections, pressure testing, and customer information, including explaining various rules and regulations connected to such duties. 5.
Employee will perform duties of lighting customer appliances. 6. Employee will perform and assist others in the performance of turn-ons and turn-offs on customer services. 7.
Employee will inspect, operate, adjust, place, change, and make minor field repairs to gas meters, regulators, and over-pressure protection devices for residential and small commercial customers. 8.
Employee will test customer piping for leaks including soap testing exposed piping and locating and probing for gas leaks. 9. Employee will perform and assist others in investigating, answering, and correcting all types of gas service complaints. 10.
Employee will use various instruments such as, but not limited to, pipeline locators, metal detectors, voltmeters, odormeters, combustible gas indicators, and leak survey equipment. 11.
Employee will operate and maintain various stopping, tapping, and other equipment and tools used in the performance of duties. 12.
Employee will develop and maintain a current working knowledge of the gas systems and maps and records of the areas to which he/she is assigned. 13.
Employee will conduct and record results of routine leak surveys (including leak classification) and tests, as directed, to maintain the safe operation of the gas system. 18.
Employee will assist in maintaining adequate supplies on Company vehicles.
Work Conditions Employee must be willing to work inside and outside under varying weather conditions.
Physical Effort Walking.
Equal Opportunity Employer Louisville Gas & Electric and Kentucky Utilities (LG&E and KU) is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer dedicated to diversity and the strength it brings to the workplace. © LG&E and KU All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, sex, religion, national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, perceived disability or any other protected characteristic as may be defined by applicable law.
Learn more about equal employment protections:If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the employment process, please email our Human Resources department ator call 502-627-2410, and let us know the nature of your request and contact information. Please note that only those inquiries concerning a request for reasonable accommodation will be responded to from this e-mail address and phone number.
Gas Seasonal Inspector
The applicant must comply with D.O.T. Part 199 pipeline drug and alcohol testing requirements.•Access to a personal vehicle that enables them to travel to and around worksites and facilities possibly throughout southeastern Wisconsin.Education/Experience
•1+ years work-related skill or experience
External Location:WI-MarshfieldExternal Job Duties:We Energies is looking for passionate customer focused individuals to represent the company as Gas Seasonal Inspectors reporting out of our Marshfield location. A typical season is March to December, annually with a 40hrs/week work schedule. Work hours are confirmed upon hire and schedules generally do not include Sunday hours
Gas Seasonal Inspectors are responsible for inspecting, overseeing, and coordinating the installation, maintenance, alteration, and replacement of gas mains and services and all paperwork, as well as the completion of projects in a timely and cost-effective manner in accordance with We Energies, Federal, and State standards. Before the start of a service or main installation, Gas Seasonal Inspectors make sure that the necessary paperwork, such as construction drawings, easements, permits, and Digger's Hotline ticket numbers, have been received.
This includes coordinating construction activities with various departments and customers and maintaining a safe work zone. Starting pay is 25.35/hour. Expected start date is March 12, 2018. This is a seasonal opportunity subject to seasonal layoff.Employment Type:SeasonalPosting Date:12-12-2017Company:We Energies
Gas Emergency Dispatch Supervisor (Shifts ARE Required, Including Weekends)
Job Description Summary: Responsible for managing 24/7 Emergency Dispatch Operations Center. Schedules, monitors and manages daily work assignments for both Dispatch personnel and Company’s field operations, including the dispatching of emergency calls related to public safety.
Manages the dispatching of routine service calls, handles elevated customer issues and serves as liaison between Field Operations and Customer Care. Responsible for meeting PURA/DPU compliance requirements with respect to gas emergencies, associated reporting and follow-up investigations. Essential Functions: Manages the scheduling and coordination of dispatch work force personnel, on a twenty-four hour day, seven days a week basis, to meet constant fluctuating work flows, resulting primarily from customer requests and emergency conditions. Provides guidance and direction to determine the nature and extent of both emergency and routine trouble calls.
Directs the assignment of appropriate service personnel based upon the nature of the trouble call, monitors progress and adjusts work force as needed. Manages dispatching policies and procedures: develops implements and monitors the effectiveness of department policies including the effect on public safety, distribution, meter service mechanics, customer service and PURA/DPU requirements. Collaborates with both Field Operations and Customer Care to manage the daily routing and scheduling of work orders throughout the Gas system. Performs emergency On-Call duties for Dispatch and Storm Duty as assigned. Oversees field activities and maintains continuity while working jointly with other members of Gas management during emergency or incident related problems to the Gas distribution system. Manages the daily routing and scheduling of the field operations personnel throughout the Eversource system. Develops, implements, and monitors the effectiveness of the customer servicing and work assignments. Manages customer information activities for Dispatch relative to Meter Services Mechanics, IT, Telecom and Customer Care regarding informational requests, meters and service requests, customer inquiries, requests to turn service on or off, service interruptions and emergencies. Investigates and reports on late gas emergency responses. Provides reports to PURA/DPU as required. Collaborates with other departments to develop enhancements and modification C2, CIS, CAD, Clickserve and related systems and equipment to meet field needs, corporate mandates, and legislation, regulation and internal control requirements. Maintains continuity and works jointly with other members of Eversource gas management during incident related problems to our distribution system as they pertain to public safety. Manages Meter Services support function that performs order closing, timesheet input, red tag policy, demolitions, coordination with Building Inspector and PT appointments. Reviews and approves time, purchase requisitions and invoices related to department activity. Develop employees through the use of performance management, coaching, performance reviews and training . Effectively promotes a continuous learning environment. Resolves employee issues and concerns in a fair and timely manner and creates a positive and safe work environment supporting exchange of ideas and opinions. Develops and monitors operating budget for Dispatch support functions.
Worker Type: Regular
Number of Openings: 1
SEO Category: Operations Jobs
EEO Statement Eversource Energy is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, religion, disability status, or protected veteran status. VEVRRA Federal Contractor
Who we are: Eversource Energy (NYSE:ES), a Fortune 500 and Standard & Poor’s 500 energy company based in Connecticut, Massachusetts and New Hampshire, operates New England’s largest energy delivery system. Eversource is committed to safety, reliability, environmental leadership and stewardship, and expanding energy options for its 3.7 million electric and natural gas customers.
We are a company dedicated to our customers, communities and employees. We know that our success depends on the best efforts of our engaged team- diverse, talented and dedicated individuals who take pride in their work, know and exhibit the value of teamwork and collaboration, and support each other in working safely every day.
Executive Director, Plumbing & Gas Fitting Board
The mission of the Plumbing and Gas Fitting Board is to establish minimum qualifications and license qualified professionals and businesses that provide plumbing and gas fitting services to consumers, and to ensure the integrity of the profession through the fair and consistent enforcement of the rules and regulations and by administering discipline to license holders who engage in professional misconduct. The Board has over 23,000 licensees who have daily interactions with consumers. Licensees conduct their professional practices independently, but must adhere to strict standards of professional practice and conduct as determined by the Board.
The Executive Director for the Board reports to the Deputy Director for Policy & Boards (Deputy Director). At the direction of the Deputy Director, the Executive Director initiates, implements, and supervises policies that direct the daily regulatory activities of board members and staff to ensure compliance withboard and agency policy and relevant state and federal laws. The Executive Director assists in providing substantive policy direction to DPL investigative and legal staff and coordinates the enforcement efforts of the board by reviewing the content of investigative files and inspection reports and making decisions and recommendations regarding their dispositions; and by providing direction as appropriate toboard legal counsel, the Chief Prosecutor and prosecutor staff, and the Chief Investigator and investigative staff. The Executive Director directly supervises professional and administrative staff members who supportboard activities, and is responsible for staff recruitment, training, and evaluation.
Given the breadth of substantive expertise required to administer the varied and complex professional license application, examination, renewal, continuing education, permitting and inspection, disciplinary, and regulatory functions of the boards, the Executive Director must be versatile and expert in establishing operating policies and delegating and supervising the services provided by his or her staff. The Executive Director is the official keeper of records for theboard and must ensure compliance with the state and federal public records laws, and fulfill subpoenas and other requests for information. MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:
Initiate and Direct Board Operations • Manage all board licensing and regulatory functions • Assist in initiating policy, regulatory, administrative, and enforcement issues for Board adoption • Collaborate with Board Counsel in drafting proposed regulations for Board adoption • Establish priorities and prioritize matters for Board consideration • Oversee the operations of the Board’s subcommittees • Manage Personnel and Coordinate Board Member Activities • Support board members. With Board Counsel, train and monitor board members on their roles and responsibilities, including open meeting law, public records law, state ethics law, administrative procedures, and DPL policies. • Orient, train and supervise administrative staff • Recruit, screen and interview for staff positions • Implement EPRS system to evaluate and motivate staff Oversee Investigative Processes • Assist Division investigators with consumer complaints • Interpret and apply licensing rules and regulations to pending cases • Recommend policies and regulatory changes to the Board based on enforcement findings and execute such recommendations • Monitor status of pending complaints and work with Board Counsel, and assigned prosecutors and investigators to ensure timely progress of pending matters Oversee Disciplinary Process • Establish policies in areas of tracking internal progress by the Offices of Investigations, Legal Counsel, and Prosecutions of consumer and law enforcement complaints against the Board’s licensees • Present arguments to the Board for license reinstatement based on licensee compliance with Board’s terms of discipline • Advise the Board on options and alternatives in the adoption of adjudicatory/disciplinary decisions based on Board precedents and Massachusetts General Laws Develop and Oversee Individual and Corporate Licensure Processes • Approve corporate and business license applicants • Approve/deny individual license applications for examination, reciprocity, or licensure as delegated by the Board • Determine if applicants are eligible for examination in relevant licensure categories by evaluating experience, verifying educational requirements, and confirming health and safety obligations • Assist in negotiating, drafting, and executing reciprocal licensure agreements with other state and provincial jurisdictions Act as records custodian • Oversee all staff member responses to requests made pursuant to the Public Records Law • Respond to information on appeals and provides a paper trail or history of the cases Develop and Approve Educational Programs and Requirements • Regulate facilities for educational programs approved by the Board, where appropriate • Develop educational curriculum and evaluate course terms, qualifications of instructors and types of equipment and teaching materials, and present to the Board for adoption • Approve vocational school programs, including correctional facility programs through the Department of Education and the Department of Correction where applicable • Approve and set standards for mandatory continuing education based on Board regulations Develop Examination Programs • Negotiate, draft, and execute testing contracts with licensure examination vendors in conjunction with the Deputy Director and the Board’s Legal Counsel • Review proposed exam questions to ensure consistency with board regulation • Monitor and update the exams to conform to changes in the professions Office Review and approval • Review and accept products used in plumbing and gas fitting industry • Review and grant plumbing and gas fitting special permission for compliance with 248CMR
• The Executive Director should hold a current master plumber’s license and have at least ten years experience as a licensed master plumber. • The Executive Director should hold a current master gas fitter’s license and have some experience as a licensed master gas fitter. • The Executive Director should have experience as an inspector or assistant inspector of plumbing and gas fitting for a state or local government. • The Executive Director should have strong written and oral communication skills and proficiency in the software programs necessary to support the programs of the Board and Division. The programs include but are not limited to Microsoft Word, Excel, and Access. • The Executive Director should have significant experience in the issuance of permits, site inspections, and complaint investigation. • The Executive Director should have strong planning, research, organizational, and presentation skills that cross a broad range of substantive topics. • The Executive Director should be familiar with investigative, inspectional, and prosecutorial techniques and processes so as to interact effectively with enforcement staff. • The Executive Director should be skilled in the areas of process improvement and strategic planning, systems dynamics and systems re-engineering.
The Executive Director must have the ability to motivate, train, and lead subordinates. • The Executive Director must be an expert in management within state government with a thorough understanding of personnel administration policies and procedures and be capable of balancing a large number of competing urgent demands at once The Executive Director must be able to read, interpret and explain the laws and regulations of the Board, must have a solid understanding of administrative procedures governing licensing. In addition the Executive Director must have the astuteness of a political organizer and leader to facilitate the efforts and train volunteer board members to function well and accomplish their statutory mandates. All candidates should attach a cover letter and resume to their online submission. MINIMUM ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS: Applicants must have at least (A) five (5) years of full-time or, equivalent part-time, professional, administrative, supervisory, or managerial experience in business administration, business management, public administration, public management, clinical administration or clinical management of which (B) at least one (1) year must have been in a project management, supervisory or managerial capacity or (C) any equivalent combination of the required experience and substitutions below.
Substitutions: I. A certificate in a relevant or related field may be substituted for one (1) year of the required (A) experience. II. A Bachelor’s degree in a related field may be substituted for two (2) years of the required (A) experience. III. A Graduate degree in a related field may be substituted for three (3) years of the required (A) experience.
IV. A Doctorate degree in a related field may be substituted for four (4) years of the required (A) experience. *An Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Females, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply. *
Organization:Division of Professional Licensure
Title:Executive Director, Plumbing & Gas Fitting Board
Location:Massachusetts-Boston - 1000 Washington St
Manager, Gas Quality Field Management
Manager, Gas Quality Field Management
Feb 4, 2018
San Ramon, CA, US, 94583
Company: Pacific Gas And Electric Company Requisition ID # 3828 Job Category : Compliance / Risk / Quality Assurance Job Level : Manager/Principal Business Unit: Gas Operations Job Location : San Ramon
Company Based in San Francisco, Pacific Gas and Electric Company, a subsidiary of PG&E Corporation (NYSE:PCG), is one of the largest combined natural gas and electric utilities in the United States. And we deliver some of the nation's cleanest energy to our customers in Northern and Central California. For PG&E, Together, Building a Better California is not just a slogan. Its the very core of our mission and the scale by which we measure our success. We know that the nearly 16 million people who do business with our company count on our more than 24,000 employees for far more than the delivery of utility services. They, along with every citizen of the state we call home, also expect PG&E to help improve their quality of life, the economic vitality of their communities, and the prospect for a better future fueled by clean, safe, reliable and affordable energy. Pacific Gas and Electric Company is an Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity employer that actively pursues and hires a diverse workforce. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, age, religion, physical or mental disability status, medical condition, protected veteran status, marital status, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information or any other factor that is not related to the job.
Department Overview Gas Operations is focused on ensuring the safe and reliable flow of natural gas to our customers.As a whole, Gas Operations is responsible for all aspects of PG&E's gas distribution andtransmission operations including planning, engineering, maintenance and construction, restorationand emergency response.
Works with senior leadership to support strategic planning and decision making in support ofquality performance in Gas Operations.
Responsible for management of the Quality Assurance (QA) field quality assessment programs for
Transmission and Distribution Construction, Leak Management, Locate & Mark, Field Service,Corrosion (including Atmospheric Corrosion), Post Repair Leak Survey, GPOM, Valves and
Ensures the quality assessment programs are effective in evaluating field employees performingwork in accordance with established company standards and procedures.
Collaborates with Gas Operations ELT on recommendations for changes to processes, companystandards and procedures using data from QA assessment findings to improve effectiveness ofcontrols and reduce operational risk.
Responsible for upholding the Quality Management System for Gas Operations by working acrossall departments in ensuring all employees have a role in quality.
Understanding of codes (PHMSA and CPUC), standards, drawings, permits and specificationsrelevant to the Gas utility industry.
Requires management ability and knowledge of Quality Management practices, processes andcurrent technology.
Requires the ability to communicate clearly and interface effectively with a diverse group ofprofessionals.
Strong interpersonal skills to work with other departments in a tactful, collaborative and effectivemanner.
Strong leadership and management skills, excellent written and verbal communication, stronganalytical, problem solving, and risk assessment skills. Ability to make public presentations.
Computer proficiency with advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office Products, including Word,Excel, and Power Point. Project Planning skills are essential.
Strong attention to detail.
General knowledge of ISO Quality Management Systems Standards.
Ability to direct and manage team members with day to day activities as well as special projects to assure timely completion.
Ensures QM employees use the Corrective Action Program to report critical and high findings fromquality assessments for Quality related non-conformances
Collaborates with Gas Operations leadership in setting quality objectives for the organization toimprove quality performance.
Provides leadership, guidance and training to Quality Management personnel; monitorsperformance, and identifies skills, training, and capabilities needed for quality managementactivities. Develops and provides consistent quality training programs to key resources within QMand as needed across Gas Operations.
Reports to executive management on quality issues and trends based on results from qualityassessment findings. Provides input to management on organization performance metrics, andprocess or procedural system improvements.
Supports Gas Operations in Gas Safety Excellence certifications, such as PAS 55/ISO 55001 andRC14001.
May provide PG&E General Rate Case (GRC), Gas Transmission and Storage Rate Case andother regulatory compliance reporting support as a subject matter expert for quality programs.
Manages annual QA field sampling plans which align with leadership risk-based guidance
Leads strategic objectives in functional area which align with Quality vision, actively promotesculture of Quality throughout Gas Operations.
Qualifications Minimum: •Bachelor’s Degree or Equivalent in 10-years or more work-related infrastructure and/or gas utilityexperience and 3 years of supervisory experience Desired
Prior supervisory/managerial experience
Building Inspector, NDT (ASNT), Welding Inspector (AWS), American Society of Quality (ASQ),Process Improvement certifications, NACE certifications
Possesses working knowledge of more than one area of industry, such as infrastructure,government, transportation, utility, quality assurance and/or quality control
Depth and breadth of knowledge of regulatory requirements from PHMSA and the CaliforniaPublic Utilities Commission (CPUC) as they relate to Gas Operations
Nearest Major Market:
Nearest Secondary Market: Oakland
Diesel AND GAS Truck Technicians / Mechanics
Capo Brothers is seeking highly motivated, responsible full time technicians to join and grow with our team of dedicated employees, classes A, B + C.
Technicians will be require to diagnose, repair, replacing and adjusting vehicle defects including, but not limited to: power and drive trains, electric, air conditioning, fuel emission, brake and steering, suspension and lighting etc.
* Accurately diagnose and repair vehicles to manufacturer standards
* Create and record estimates, must keep neat and detailed notes of all work performed
* Maintains and is accountable for keeping a neat and organized work space, as well as all shop tools and manuals
* Properly examine and document any additional safety or service work vehicle may need
* Ability to take online training and attend schools and events needed to maintain factory certifications
* Automotive technician experience is required
- Cab forward experience is a plus
* Clean driver's license required
- CDL is a plus
* Must supply own tools
* Inspector certification required
* Be punctual, proactive and motivated
* Problem solving and critical thinking skills a must
* Refrigeration experience is a plus
* Computer skills required and the ability to navigate manufacturer websites
* Competitive pay based on skill and experience
* Benefit package includes paid vacations and holidays
* Competitive pay based on skill & experience
* Benefit package includes paid vacation & holidays
Gas Pipelayer And Gas Foreman
Flippo Construction Company, Inc. is looking for experienced Gas Pipelayers and Foremen to join our fast-paced, hands-on, employee-owned construction company. The pipelayer applicants should have a minimum of three (3) years’ experience as a Pipelayer for underground, wet and/or dry utilities. The applicants for the Gas Foreman should have a minimum of one (1) year experience as well as a OQ certification working on Washington Gas work. The applicants must be self-motivated, dependable, and have reliable transportation as this position services Maryland, DC, and Virginia Metropolitan area. Applicants must be able to communicate effectively with all levels of staff, possess a valid U.S. driver’s license and be able to take/pass a new hire drug screen.
Primary responsibilities for gas pipelayer’s include the ability to read and understand blueprints; ensure the job is equipment with appropriate materials, tools, and equipment daily; and visually check for utilities to ensure properly marked and defined prior to working.
Primary responsibilities for the Gas Foreman include supervising crews; striving for maximum production; coordinating job requirements; maintaining a safe, positive working environment; identifying issues/problems and addressing them accordingly; and assisting the Superintendent as needed.
Flippo Construction Company, Inc. (FCCI) is an "EMPLOYEE OWNED" general and heavy construction business operating primarily in the Washington DC and Northern Virginia areas. Flippo's Operational services consists of Heavy Construction, including Bridges, Concrete Structures, Roadway and Site Work. We also provide utility installation, repairs, and long-term service/maintenance contracts for the major utility providers in the Washington Metropolitan area.
Flippo offers competitive wages and benefits including health insurance, 401k, vacation, holiday, and company stock. For a complete listing of open positions and to apply, please visit www.flippo.com or call 301-967-6801 with questions.
Summer Student Gas Union- L799 Gas (Kingsford)
Job Description Summer Student Gas Union- L799 Gas (Kingsford)-10722 The future is bright at DTE Energy! We are the largest electric and gas utility in Michigan with an aspiration to be the best-operated energy company in North America.
We are a Fortune 500 company headquartered in Detroit, Michigan with businesses in 26 different states. DTE Energy’s utility and non-utility businesses are poised for significant growth. We look forward to working with highly motivated and team-oriented individuals to energize our efforts of growing economically and environmentally.
We care for our employees and prioritize their health and safety first. Recently, DTE Energy has been recognized as an outstanding place to work and has received the following accolades: · Gallup Great Workplace Award for 3 consecutive Years! (2013, 2014 and 2015) · Metropolitan Detroit’s 101 Best and Brightest Companies to work For · J.D. Power Customer Satisfaction Award · Professional Women’s Magazine/Black EOE Journal “Best of the Best” · Computerworld’s 100 Best Places to Work in IT · Best Employers for a Healthy Lifestyle Gold Award · Detroit Free Press Green Leaders Award DTE Energy is an equal opportunity employer and considers all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, religion, disability, national origin, citizenship, height, weight, genetic information, marital status, pregnancy, protected veteran status or any other status protected by law.
Description Represented summer student work program. Students will work primarily outdoors reading gas meters, conducting leak surveys, scrapping/painting meters and other work as assigned in select DTE Gas service areas.
Qualifications Students may be majoring in any major. They must have reliable transportation, a valid driver’s license, have less than 8 points and be able to read a map.
Students must be able to walk at least 6.5 hours per day, not be afraid of dogs and be willing to work in inclement weather. Must meet the following requirements to be eligible for this position: Requirements : 1. Students must be age 18 by the start date 2.
Have a reliable personal vehicle if assigned to a position that requires driving 3. Must provide an official college transcript OR official high school transcript and a copy of college/university acceptance letter 4. Must have a driving record of 8 pts or less 5. Must satisfy all offer/pre-employment contingencies
Criteria* : 1. Students must be actively enrolled in college or accepted to college for fall of that year AND have attended college or high school the preceding semester. 2.
Cumulative GPA of at least a 2.0 3. Previous Summer Student must be eligible to return 4. Time limit per student of three years unless there are not enough eligible students
Selection* : Returning Students 1. 1st Tie-breaker by college level starting with Advanced Degrees, then Seniors, then Juniors, then Sophomores, then Freshmen. 2. 2nd Tie-breaker by employee’s child (only one child per family will receive priority, additional children will be considered after all other employees children). 3. 3rd Tie-breaker by cumulative GPA Non-Returning Students 1. 1st Tie-breaker by college level starting with Advanced Degrees, then Seniors, then Juniors, then Sophomores, then Freshmen. 2. 2nd Tie-breaker by employee’s child (only one child per family will receive priority, additional children will be considered after all other employees children). 3. 3rd Tie-breaker by cumulative GPA.
Gas Distribution Operations & Maintenance
Title: Summer Student Gas Union- L799 Gas (Kingsford)
Primary Location: Michigan-Kingsford
Requisition ID: 10722
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