Missouri Gas Energy.
Energy Transfer Partners is a master limited partnership that owns and operates one of the largest and most diversified portfolios of energy assets in the United States. In total, the Company owns and operates approximately 62,500 miles of natural gas, crude oil, refined products, and natural gas liquids pipelines, terminals, and acquisition and marketing assets which are used to facilitate the purchase and sale of crude oil, natural gas, natural gas liquids, and refined products.
The Marcus Hook Industrial Complex (MHIC) Lead Inspector is responsible for the execution of mechanical inspection and deficiency remediation programs for critical equipment including but not limited to pressure vessels, boilers, piping, pressure relief devices, and above-ground storage tanks to ensure compliance with federal, state, and other applicable regulations (including but not limited to OSHA PSM Title 29 CFR 1910.119, EPA RMP, US DOT PHMSA 49 CFR Part 195, PADEP). Additionally, the Lead Inspector may be responsible for quality control on third party welding and equipment fabrication. The Lead Inspector will be responsible for the database(s) which comprise the inspection data management system, and will oversee the scheduling of inspection activities and the generation of routine reports to confirm compliance. The Lead Inspector is responsible for the review of inspection data and for guiding and assisting Operations personnel in the identification and remediation of deficiencies discovered under inspection and audit. The Lead Inspector will report to the Director of Operations.
Utilizes designated commercial software (ex. PCMS, UltraPIPE), to maintain and update database attributes as necessary, for the assets and equipment included in the site mechanical integrity program.
Holds necessary qualifications to perform (and/or oversee third-party) inspections of pressure vessels, piping, fired equipment (boilers), and atmospheric storage tanks.
Reviews, performs (and/or oversees), and follows scheduled inspection plans for pressure vessels under API 510 and monitors a database record of same.
Reviews, performs (and/or oversees), and follows scheduled inspection plans for piping under API 570 and maintains a database record of same.
Reviews, performs (and/or oversees), and follows scheduled inspection plans for above-ground storage tanks under API 653, API 12 R1, STI and/or site SPCC Mechanical Integrity Plan and monitors a database record of same.
Tracks deficiencies found during inspections and monitors a database record of same.
Performs periodic audits of inspection records to ensure compliance with required testing schedules.
Works closely with Operations, Engineering, and Technical Services personnel to create a remediation plan and schedule for deficiency correction and ensures corrective actions are taken and completed.
Maintains records of all necessary equipment repair, re-rates, and alterations and ensures that these activities are done in compliance with all applicable laws, regulations, industry codes, and Company standards.
Assists Operations, Engineering, and Technical Services teams in identifying corrosion threats and analyzing inspection data to ensure safe, reliable operation of equipment.
Supports Operations, Maintenance, Engineering, Technical Services, and Project Management staff in decisions concerning the integrity of equipment in order to meet best practices, industry codes and standards and local jurisdictional requirements.
Serves as a site’s technical resource for all areas of PSM & non-PSM fixed equipment mechanical integrity.
Communicates inspection schedules, repair deadlines, maintenance due dates, etc. and coordinates activities with Operations and Maintenance staff to ensure inspections/repairs are completed by required dates.
Assists Maintenance and Engineering personnel during project development and execution.
Possesses a working knowledge of processing plant and terminal integrity operating windows, and understands potential upsets that could affect equipment integrity.
Participates in investigations as a subject matter expert in the field of mechanical integrity.
Other duties as assigned.
A high school diploma or Associates degree in a technical discipline including 2 years’ experience utilizing computerized Inspection Data Management Systems (IDMS).
A minimum 5-10 years’ experience in the Operations, Maintenance, Integrity, or Reliability support functions of a mid-stream gas gathering, refinery, chemical plant, and/or pipeline environment.
Acts as an advocate for workplace safety and adheres to all applicable federal & state regulations, as well as Company policies and procedures governing safe work practices.
Possesses high school diploma or G.E.D.
Possesses current API 510, 570, 571, 577, 583 and 653 inspection certifications.
Knowledgeable in multiple NDE Process (UTT, MT, PT, RT and VT) and possesses ASNT SNT TC-1A Level II or III in UTT, MT, PT, and RTFI.
Familiar with using computerized Inspection Data Management Systems (IDMS) (preferred Siemens UltraPIPE, PCMS, or equivalent).
Can meet requirements of State and Federal regulations governing vehicle operations.
Maintains a sense of urgency, individual responsibility, and possesses the ability to effectively work under pressure and with changing priorities.
Possesses a high level of initiative and is able to work effectively with minimum supervision.
Possesses effective analytical and problem solving skills.
Strong written and oral communication skills and is able to communicate effectively with employees of all educational backgrounds and at all company levels.
Is a “team player” with strong interpersonal skills.
Possesses a strong working knowledge of the Microsoft Office software suite.
Willingness to occasionally travel to facility locations in southern New Jersey, western Pennsylvania, and Texas.
Knowledgeable and experienced in welding as it applies to ASME Sec VIII, IX, B31.3, 31.4, 31.8.
Siemens UltraPIPE, PCMS, or equivalent, highly preferred..
Special Characteristics/Job Requirements:
Able to function in round-the-clock operating environment.
Able to lift 50 lbs. unaided.
Must be able to work in confined spaces and access man-way opening 15” ID or larger.
Able to sit, stand, and drive for extended periods.
The movement, storage, and processing of natural gas liquids (NGLs), liquefied petroleum gases (LPGs), and refined products is an “around the clock” operation. The facility handles & processes chemicals which are hazardous in nature (i.e. flammable, combustible, toxic, carcinogenic, and other). The individual will be required to wear company issued personal protective equipment and must be able to drive a shared company vehicle, walk on uneven surfaces, climb ladders, work at heights & in cramped conditions, and in extreme temperature conditions around loud machinery.
Position may be subject to applicable U.S. Department of Transportation Drug & Alcohol regulations.
The incumbent may be required to learn duties associated with one or more specific areas of the operation depending on the operational need and the employee’s demonstrated abilities.
This position may require some travel for temporary assignments, meetings, and training.
The job may also involve participating on occasional unscheduled call-outs and extended workdays and/or workweeks.
Equal Opportunity Employer/Disability/Vet
Marcus Hook, Pennsylvania, United States
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