- 更新日期：2017/1/8 14:09:00
Department: Canadian & Eastern US Gas Control
Reporting to the Manager of Gas Control, the Operator will be part of an integrated team, working shift work in a consolidated 24 hour Control Centre, monitoring and controlling the various facilities through the use of state of the art Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems and other advanced analysis tools to ensure safe, reliable and cost effective transportation on behalf of our customers.
Manage and execute daily operating plans and strategies;
Develop and recommend proven operating strategies for varying pipeline conditions, utilizing effective linepack management strategies and hydraulic evaluations;
Monitor and control gas compression, metering and remote valve facilities to ensure the required gas volumes, linepack and contract pressures are achieved on a daily basis;
Co-ordinate scheduled outage execution and proactively manipulate system linepack and facilities in order to minimize system impact and enable outage / maintenance completions;
Respond to alarms and events in accordance with the documented handling and reporting guidelines;
Analyze and respond to unscheduled facility outages, abnormal operating conditions and emergency situations;
Deliver sound, economically viable operational decisions for pipeline system utilization to assist in meeting targeted revenue opportunities;
Develop and maintain excellent customer service standards, confidentiality, and working relationships with Shippers, Producers, and Connecting Pipeline Operators.
Qualifications and Education/Experience
Ability to create and maintain a positive work environment within a multifunctional team setting;
Ability to work effectively in a highly dynamic environment with changing priorities and time constraints;
Must obtain qualified status as per the Gas Controller Development and Qualification Program within the prescribed timeframe;
Excellent communication, decision making, and problem solving skills;
Demonstrated computer skills, specific to Word and Excel;
Strong analytical and technical abilities.
Post-secondary and/or technical training is required;
Consideration will be given to individuals with other combinations of education and technical experience;
Must be able to work rotating 12-hour shifts, including nights, weekends and holidays;
Fundamental knowledge of gas hydraulics and gas compression operation is an asset;
Knowledge of emergency management systems is an asset;
Knowledge of ISO 9000 based Quality Management Systems is an asset.
*This position requires candidates to:
Successfully complete a pre-employment medical screening, including drug and alcohol testing;
Successfully completes a security clearance/criminal record check.
*Depending on the qualifications of the applicants, the successful candidate may be offered a position at a more appropriate level and/or ladder.