Gas Work Methods Representive
National Grid - Waltham, MA

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Job Description:
Development of clear and concise construction standards, code compliant procedures and safe work methods for enterprise wide application. Drive the organization to formally create/consolidate/revise consistent work practices and procedures in all regions. Provide enterprise wide support for the implementation of new or updated standards, procedures, work methods and best practice dissemination. Assure effective and timely development of change management plans for policy changes in concert with technical learning and process owners. Provide effective and timely technical support to the operating organizations and process owners through coordination of incident investigations and process audit recommendations.

Qualifications Desired:
A Bachelor’s Degree in all engineering disciplines or science and/or Professional Engineering License OR Extensive field experience including 5+ years of natural gas engineering or gas distribution experience preferred. Should have a broad background in operating and/or engineering areas of the Natural Gas business unit. Must have strong, demonstrated technical writing ability. Must have strong communications skills, negotiating skills, presentation skills, project management skills, critical thinking and analysis skills. Must have ability to build relationships and influence key stakeholders (e.g., both external and internal). Must have knowledge and experience with web based and network applications. Must exhibit personal commitment and integrity. Should have familiarity with federal, state and local gas transmission and distribution regulations and codes. Should have familiarity with ASTM, ANSI, ASME, API and various industry standards. Ability to travel overnight outside the normal work area for special events or emergencies. Ablility to work overtime including nights/weekend/holidays for special events or emergencies.

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