Located out of our Calgary office, the individual in this role will report to the Technical Director. The Pipeline Integrity Engineer/Technologist will be integral to ensuring the ongoing operation and maintenance of the CP related assets.

Key Activities and Responsibilities:

  • Completion of specialized CP testing
  • Completion of CP annual evaluation survey 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:

  • Bachelor of Science in Engineering; preferred Materials, Metallurgical, or Electrical Engineering
  • EIT status preferred
  • NACE CP2 certification preferred
  • AIT CP Level 2 certification considered an asset
  • Experience with AC induction studies considered an asset
  • Proficiency with computer software tools (Microsoft Word, Excel, Access)
  • 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
  • Successful completion of pre-employment drug and medical testing
  • Other assets include: experience operating quads and snowmobiles, and safety tickets such as First Aid, CSTS, H2S, WHMIS, TDG, defensive driving and confined space
  • Legally eligible to work in Canada

If you are interested in this position please e-mail a cover letter and resume to