$200K — $250K *
New Jersey Natural Gas, a subsidiary of NJR, is seeking a Manager, Pipeline Integrity to effectively supervise, review day-to-day activities associated with the transmission pipeline integrity programs.
•Organize and prepare accurate work orders and construction specifications to ensure contractor compliance with all applicable company construction standards and federal, state and local regulations
•Coordinate activities with other departments to ensure pipeline integrity requirement are being met
•Monitor compliance programs to ensure all scheduled activities are on target
•Effectively and professionally represent the company in coordinating associated inspections with representatives of the State Board of Public Utilities. Maintain strong inter-company relationships within other utilities, engineering firms, suppliers, etc., to ensure an ongoing exchange of engineering and pertinent information
•Keep up to date with regulations as they relate to Integrity Management and identify areas for employee training
•Organize and adjust the daily workflow; ensure the Integrity Management Plan is up to date
•Coordinate efforts to centralize record keeping
•Work with team members to develop ways of performing work better, faster and more efficiently for continuous improvement
•Calculate costs of doing business and cost-out alternatives for services provided
•Commit to coaching team members, providing feedback in developing technical skills and ensure employees are following company safety practices and code of conduct
•Lead the departments GIS data integration program and integrate new software’s for risk and threat analysis
•Supervise transmission pipeline corrosion control activities, including monthly monitoring of cathodic protection rectifiers and bonds
•Supervise transmission pipelines cathodic protection interference surveys, and mitigation activities
•Supervise the atmospheric inspection of transmission pipeline bridge crossings
•Ensure all aspects of damage prevention, including second and third-party standby activities, are in compliance with company guidelines
•Assist the director of system enhancement with work activities as identified when new regulations are enforced
•At least 14 years of experience in the science of corrosion control, cathodic protection techniques, and pipeline integrity management or the combined equivalent of education and field experience.
•Four-year degree in Engineering or related science preferred but not required in lieu of work experience within NJNG and certification by the National Association of Corrosion Engineers.
Valid through: 3/3/2021