To provide asset management and technical expertise to ensure safe and effective operation, maintenance, and reliable delivery of natural Gas to our customers. Asset infrastructures under this team management includes regulator stations, take stations, transmission mains, large customer meter fits, flow diagrams, valve replacements, and other MISC work associated with the distribution system.
The position will encompass a range of responsibilities includes providing risk management and technical support for I&R and Transmission projects and ensure related work are in compliance with company, State, and Federal policy and regulatory requirements. In addition, the individual is responsible for ensuring other RI Energy business units are provided with the appropriate technical expertise to meet strategic planning.
Provide oversight and risk management of regulator stations, take stations, large commercial/industrial metering.
Plan, design, and provide support for the execution of these projects
Incorporate applicable Standards, Procedures, and State/Federal statutory requirements into Gas systems designs including all safety, health and environmental standards and procedures.
Identify/specify special order (non-stock) required materials.
Technical expert to support projects in its entirety, including estimating and permitting or in their specific expertise and provide professional engineering certification (PE Stamp as applicable).
Provide technical assistant on reports in accordance with Regulatory requirements and Company needs
Independently collate and analyze data within one area using pre-determined tools, methods and formats in order to support the department’s decision-making process
Execute instructions and requests, plan and organize resources and make appropriate arrangements to ensure that work is carried out efficiently and in line with relevant policies and processes
Ability to work within a multi-disciplinary team of both technical and non-technical professionals
Provide operational engineering support, including participation in the afterhours on call support for OE on a rotational basis with other team members.
Manage and review Weld Book accuracy.
Manage and review material traceability records for new projects and for previous built projects with MAOP over 100PSIG.
Manage all Assets over 100 PSIG.
Participate in Storm restoration activities or other system emergencies (gas and electric) as called upon.
A Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical, Civil, Chemical, Industrial, Electrical, or Computer engineering from an ABET accredited engineering school.
Effective written and verbal communication skills, both internal and external.
Previous engineering experience including experience in natural gas distribution systems and gas infrastructures is preferred, but not required. Entry level candidates will be considered.
Knowledge of OSHA, PHMSA, Federal DOT and State Codes related to the natural gas as well as applicable industry codes is preferred, but not required.
Strong computer skills
Strong organizational skills, ability to adapt to change, and desire to consistently learn and improve
Ability to thrive both independently and/or as part of a team, depending on what the task at hand calls for
NOTE: Employees selected for this classification will be required to participate in federally mandated drug testing programs prior to selection, randomly on a year round basis, after an accident and for reasonable cause.
This position is one of RI Energy career path roles which provide for promotional opportunities within and across salary bands as you develop and evolve in the position by gaining experience, expertise and acquiring and applying technical skills.