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We are seeking for high-calibre people who bring excellence, talent and enthusiasm to our growing operations. We offer a dynamic work environment that fosters an entrepreneurial spirit and encourages our employees to grow their skills and expertise.
Current available position: CATHODIC PROTECTION TECHNOLOGIST
Located out of our Calgary office, the individual in this role will report to the Technical Director. The Cathodic Protection Technologist will be integral to ensuring the ongoing operation and maintenance of the Cathodic Protection (CP) related assets.
Key Activities and Responsibilities:
Completion of specialized CP testing
Completion of CP annual evaluation surveys to licensed pipelines, plant piping and above-ground storage tanks
Collect CP readings, soil resistivity testing and gather any other external corrosion related data from dig sites and facilities as required
Understand and execute various data acquisition and assessment procedures that are specific to pipeline integrity programs
Locate pipelines and document positional pipeline information utilizing electro-magnetic and GPS equipment
Complete over-the-line survey techniques such as CIS, PCM, DCVG, ACVG.
Organize and optimize survey information collected in order to prepare reporting charts and tables
Completion of deficiency correction and investigation items such as isolation repairs, bond repairs, diagnostic testing and stray current investigations
Assist senior personnel in the preparation of survey and design reports and final job reports
Reading and interpreting maps, drawings, procedures, survey results, plots, reports and applicable operation and repair manuals
Respond to field operations, management and technical requests as required
Install, test, adjust and/or repair rectifiers, anodes, and CP test points / stations
Manage customer/client relationship
Education, Skills and Experience Requirements:
Bachelor of Science in Engineering preferred: Materials, Metallurgical, or Electrical Engineering
NACE CP2 certification preferred
AIT CP Level 2 certification considered an asset
Experience with AC induction studies considered an asset
Proficiency with Autocad considered an asset
Able to travel and work overtime on an as needed basis
Class 5 driver’s license (non-GDL) or equivalent, with acceptable driving record
Work week is 40 hours per week + overtime as needed.
As this position is identified as safety and security sensitive, employment of a final candidate will be conditional upon completion of pre-employment drug/alcohol test and an Alberta Drivers Abstract for the past three years with satisfactory results.
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