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Pipeline Integrity Manager

ALS Deer Park Full-Time
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Overview

ALS provides a broad range of testing and analytical services to a wide variety of end markets and industries around the globe. We continue to remain at the forefront of the testing services industry, building an enviable reputation.

This position reports to the General Manager – North America

Responsibilities

Responsibility for the establishment and operational management of the pipeline integrity business unit to achieve growth and profit in line with the budget and strategic plan.

To provide technical authority over all employees engaged in Pipeline Integrity activities across North America.

To prepare, implement and maintain inspection programs in accordance with applicable codes, client requirements and the ALS Industrial Quality Management System (QMS).

To provide service to a high standard in a professional and competent manner, meeting the needs of the client and ALS.

 

Management and administration of all Workplace Health, Safety and Environmental (WHSE) matters related to the operation.

Enact the short and medium strategies for the business unit and provide support in the compilation of annual budgets and strategic plans in co-operation with the General Manager.

Perform, organize and supervise inspection activities as required in accordance with applicable codes and both client and ALS requirements.

Management, administration and responsibility for all quality matters related to the business unit including new employee inductions, level 3 approvals, technical audits, equipment calibration and maintenance, training records management and incident management. 

Ensure that the business unit and resources are managed effectively and efficiently to achieve or exceed budget profitability, planned growth and development.

Work cooperatively with the other Businesses to ensure all Company resources are fully and effectively utilized.

Work with direct reports to facilitate training and professional development to enable employees to reach their full potential.

Awareness of the content and intent of all quality procedures and ensuring that they are implemented and followed.

Awareness of the content and intent of all company policies and ensuring that they are implemented and followed.

Implementation and encouragement of a team approach within a continuous improvement culture.

Awareness and knowledge of competitors and their activities and strategies within the region.

Prepare bid responses, proposals and quotations in accordance with the delegated level of authority for the position.

Ensure all equipment represents industry norms and identify emerging technologies.

Monitor inspection work and assure the quality of inspections by conducting technical witnessing, review of both inspection reports and records and client interaction.

Develop inspection procedures to client and code requirements.

Qualifications

NDT, inspection, engineering or materials qualifications or trade qualifications in an engineering discipline with project management or supervisory experience.

Minimum 10 years supervisory experience in a field related to testing, inspection or asset care services.

Relevant industry experience with extensive exposure to the pipeline integrity sector.

In-depth knowledge of relevant legislation, codes, standards and technology associated with pipeline integrity.

Well-developed written and oral communication, including report writing skills.

Sound computer literacy skills, proficiency with MS Office software.

Essential Criteria

A working knowledge of relevant acts, codes, standards and regulations.

Strong knowledge of pipeline integrity industry.

Independence and impartiality.

Proficient computer skills.

Good verbal and written communication skills, as well as interpersonal skills.

Ability to work in a team environment.

Ability to maintain high level safety culture.

Commitment to the ALS core values:

  • Honesty and integrity
  • Exceeding client expectations
  • Belief in our ability
  • Hard work and continuous improvement
  • Doing it better
  • Celebrating success
  • Safety as a priority

We would like to thank everyone for their interest in ALS but only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

'ALS is proud to be an equal opportunity employer committed to achieving and maintaining a workforce which reflects and affirms the diversity of our society'

ALS is a VEVRAA Federal Contractor. 

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As one of the world’s largest and most diversified testing services providers, ALS has sites strategically located around the world to provide accurate and timely services. We have operations in more than 350 locations, in 55 countries, and on six continents. We have teams of experts around the world available to provide specialised business solutions that align with client needs. Major hub facilities are located in Australia, Asia, North America, South America, Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

Our company can trace its origins to 1863 when Peter Morrison Campbell first established a soap making business in Queensland, Australia. After listing on the Australian Stock exchange in 1952, the modern era of the company began in 1981 with the acquisition of Australian Laboratory Services Pty Ltd and a shift to becoming a highly regarded international testing, inspection and certification company employing in excess of 13,000 staff.

Irrespective of our size, we have always retained a uniqueness that has allowed us to truly understand the industry, encouraging innovation and an entrepreneurial spirit that creates strong links between our global business operations.

ALS Limited’s (formerly Campbell Brothers Limited) major business today is its international testing services business. In that business, we are focused on delivering superior services through four main divisions: Minerals (Geochemistry, Metallurgy, Mine Site and Inspection); Life Sciences (Environmental, Food & Pharmaceutical, Animal Health and Electronics); Energy (Coal and Oil & Gas); and Industrial (Asset Care and Tribology); and offering a broad range of technical services to our clients that is unrivalled.

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