Are you an Engineer with experience in Corrosion and Cracking Incident investigations related to small diameter piping? Are you also experienced with Fitness for purpose assessments? Enbridge is hiring a Senior Facilities Integrity Engineer for a 1 year contract based in Edmonton, Alberta - so this could be just the opportunity you've been looking for.
As a Senior Facilities Integrity Engineer / Contractor, you will be part of the Liquids Pipelines Business Unit, your primary focus is managing the integrity program (ie. Corrosion and cracking) for Small Diameter Piping to reduce leak threats posed by small diameter piping, to as low as reasonably practicable (ALARP).
This is accomplished by:
- Performing threat and risk assessments.
- Developing risk mitigation plans.
- Overseeing implementation of the plans.
- Ensuring business and risk mitigation goals are achieved.
- Contributing to the continuous improvement of the small diameter piping (small diameter piping) program.
More specifically, this means you will be in charge of:
- Monitoring industry sources for technical innovations to augment the Small Diameter Piping program.
- Representing Facilities Integrity in the project design review process (Major Projects and LP Projects) with the intent of minimizing future integrity threats to Enbridge facilities.
- Provide input during the design process for system equipment to ensure the integrity and operability of the equipment.
- Participate in incident response and investigation activities, including field response and root cause analysis for Facilities Integrity and Pipeline Integrity.
- Developing a framework for the evaluation and ranking of Small Diameter Piping assets across the Enbridge system.
- Working closely with Region Operations, project groups, and consultant engineering firms, developing plans and resolving technical issues to successfully complete inspections and upgrades.
- As a subject matter lead, act as a company-wide point of contact for Small Diameter Piping -related technical questions in order to ensure the integrity of new and existing assets.
- Providing mentorship to Enbridge staff.
- Participate in task groups responsible for addressing systemic issues in order to enhance the integrity of the Enbridge system.
- Influence Enbridge and industry standards and practices by providing technical input to Technical Standard Deviation Requests to ensure proposed deviations to Company standards do not have a negative impact on the integrity of Enbridge assets.
- Leading research and development efforts for Small Diameter Piping to improve the reliability of specific Small Diameter Piping assets.
About 10 to 25% of your time would be spent traveling to other locations within Canada to do these assessments and investigations.
Qualifications we require:
- Completion of a Bachelor's Degree in Engineering.
- Minimum 7 years of experience in Engineering, including Incident investigations and Fitness for purpose assessments.
- Professional Engineer registered or eligible for registration with APEGGA.
- Project management skills however no PMP designation required.
- Ability to interpret impact to the Company of diverse technical issues.
- Work ethic and initiative.
- Ability to interpret impact to the Company of diverse regulatory and technical issues.
- Effective oral and written communication skills required to communicate to a wide audience, including employees, all levels of management and regulatory agencies.
Why join Enbridge?
We're a global leader in the safe and reliable delivery of energy in North America. We are proud to be recognized as one of the Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World and one of the Ten Best Companies to Work for 2015.
Enbridge is an equal opportunity employer. Share our core values of Integrity, Safety and Respect.
Only candidates being considered for interviews will be contacted. Final candidates for this position may be required to undergo a security screening, including a criminal records check.