Venture Global LNG (“Venture Global”) is a long-term, low-cost provider of American-produced liquefied natural gas. The company’s Louisiana-based export projects service the global demand for North American natural gas and support the long-term development of clean and reliable North American energy supplies. Using reliable, proven technology in an innovative plant design configuration, Venture Global’s modular, mid-scale plant design will replace traditional designs as it allows for the same efficiency and operational reliability at significantly lower capital cost.

We are seeking to welcome a Pipeline RoW and Maintenance Specialist to our team in Cameron, LA. He or She will have the following responsibilities:

Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate their own work and work with other team members or contractors in performing daily operations and maintenance work processes. Familiar with Permit to Work practices.
  • Act on their own initiative to identify and correct workplace hazards, unsafe practices, security violations or environmental concerns.
  • May act as a field team liaison with Subject Matter, as needed
  • Use quality tools and methods to make independent decisions in performing daily work.
  • Possess a demonstrable knowledge of emergency response procedures gained from either hypothetical drills or actual experience.
  • Assisting in a variety of operational, mechanical, technical, and electrical tasks as required.
  • Operate and service motor vehicles in support of pipeline activities.
  • Assist in a variety of operating skills tasks which may include setting and verifying valve and manifold line-ups, maintaining and cleaning equipment, changing orifice plates and blinds, meter proving, monitoring the cathodic protection systems.
  • Perform routine housekeeping in shop, field and control room work areas.  
  • Clear, mark and maintain right-of-ways including identifying encroachments, marking lines, clearing brush, and painting markers. Perform routine compliance inspections.
  • Assist with performing a variety of functions for third party excavations near assigned facilities manifold line-ups, maintaining and cleaning equipment, changing orifice plates and blinds, meter proving, monitoring the cathodic protection systems.
  • Assist with performing a variety of functions for third party excavations near assigned facilities including; line-marking, line riding, witnessing line crossings to ensure our facilities are protected, performing basic pipeline coating repair and documenting appropriate data.
  • Assist with inspecting pipeline crossings (exposed pipe) and third-party crossings.
  • Assist with the launching and receiving of pigs.
  • Respond appropriately to emergency situations and assist other team members in conducting safety drills.
  • Inspect fire and other safety equipment and systems to ensure that they are maintained and operational.
  • Perform basic safety duties such as fire-watch and safety monitor.
  • Maintain and assist with minor repairs to pipelines and pipeline equipment.
  • Assist with simple lockout/tagout procedures for piping and equipment repairs.
  • Learn and use basic SAP functions including accessing and reviewing their work and creating notifications.
  • Visually inspect the condition of equipment and pipelines to ensure that equipment is running within design limits and is properly maintained.
  • Perform routine housekeeping in shop, field and control room work areas.

Qualifications:

  • Knowledge of DOT CFR 49 Part 192
  • High level time management skills and proven ability to work with minimal supervision
  • Willingness to learn and the ability to actively participate in all aspects of operations
  • Valid driver s license and clean driving record
  • Willing to work overtime including weekends
  • Must respond to and address callouts and emergencies after regular business hours which may require carrying a communication device
  • Ability to maintain safe working conditions
  • Familiar with standard concepts, practices and procedures
  • Proficient with hand tools
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint
  • Follow work plans and safety procedures
  • Use probing and sonar equipment
  • Recognize unsafe and abnormal conditions related to maintenance activities
  • Ability to work with a team and take direction from supervisors
  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • 5-10 years of relevant experience
  • Preferred technical or trade degree

 

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