Operations Engineer fulfills the role of project manager for
projects assigned, technical support for field operations and/or Construction
management including bidding and evaluating vendor proposals. More detail
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
engineering design and project management for assigned projects in accordance
with Company, industry specifications and Federal regulations.
project cost estimates, scopes of work, and scheduling.
direction and monitor Company and third party engineering and Cad design
material requisitions and specifications for the purchase of material for
technical review of vendor material quotations, engineering drawings and
manufacturing specifications and procedures
preliminary drawings for neatness, completeness, and accuracy, and approve the
drawings for bid and construction.
weekly reports on project activity, track project cost and schedule and report
results to Management.
as-built drawings for code and specification compliance
Field Operations and team personnel with engineering problems, code
interpretation and questions.
Construction Bid packages and write contracts for winning bidder.
financial oversight, and revises projects to reflect changes in cost forecast
exceeding approved tolerances.
with Specialists, Operations (Team, Managers, and Directors), Gas Control,
Planning, Marketing and customers to reduce or eliminate any outages to
a working knowledge of applicable Federal Regulations, Company Engineering
Standards and Standard Operating Procedures and other pipeline industry
standards and specifications.
technical support for right of way permitting and acquisition including the
preparation and approval of road and railroad crossing permit drawings and the
preparation approval of property plats used to acquire the necessary right of
way and temporary construction work space for assigned projects.
technical support for environmental permitting including the preparation and
approval of wetland permit drawings, quad maps, right of way arrangement
drawings and construction temporary workspace drawings.
outside design drawings for encroachments to FGT Facilities. Works to eliminate conflicts and provides
initial scope for required relocations of FGT facilities.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able
to perform each essential job duty satisfactorily. The requirements for this
position are listed below:
of Science degree in Engineering.
Mechanical Engineering preferred.
3 - 6 years of related experience
to have knowledge of 49 CFR 192, ASME B31.8, API, and AGA. Industry experience in engineering, design
and operation of natural gas transmission systems.
working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and MS Projects.
Must have the ability to learn vendor sizing
and selection programs for control valves, regulators, and relief valves,
pipeline flow calculations, road crossing stress calculations, area of
reinforcement calculations, and other engineering related programs.
interpersonal and communication skills.
Excellent analytical and organizational skills
with the ability to work with minimal supervision. Able to handle multiple projects
simultaneously in an environment of changing priorities, reporting, and
able to manage time, conflicting and changing priorities, work in a team
environment and assist team members as required.
frequently with a wide range of contacts including technical, operations, risk
management, contractors, vendors, attorneys, and various levels of
able to work extended hours and/or days and to meet strict deadlines. Travel to field locations for assignments
will require overnight stays (approximately 10%).
a valid US driver’s license.
Florida PE or Florida Engineer in Training, with aspirations toward becoming a
FL Registered Professional Engineer. Experience in Design of Gas facilities, AutoCAD proficiency,
is a plus. EI/PE preferred
The work environment characteristics described here are
representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential
functions of this job.
Usually, normal office working conditions. Must be able to remain in a stationary position 50% of the time due to prolonged periods of sitting or standing.
Occasional overnight travel may be required.
Occasional visits to industrial/manufacturing settings, which may include exposure to various materials and chemicals, as well as extreme temperature conditions and loud machinery, and require appropriate personal protective equipment.
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