Students will be working closely with Pipeline Integrity Specialists/Technicians to develop and utilize the skills necessary to be well organized and efficient technician.
The work may consist of any or all of the following: Uses defined methods and procedures to work with other technicians in learning how to perform installation, repair, overhaul, preventative maintenance and replacement of various types of mechanical equipment and accessories for a petroleum pipeline system. Cathodic protection related work would include reading and troubleshooting of rectifiers, pipe-to-soil readings, interference testing and assistance with ground bed installation projects. Pipe investigation work may include assisting with in line inspection (ILI) anomaly digs utilizing non-destructive testing (NDT) equipment including ultrasonic tube (UT) meters and pit gauges and also coating application and performing atmospheric inspections. Internal corrosion related work to include sampling water at test locations, testing of corrosion coupons, and chemical injection.
2nd year student of the Corrosion Technology Program at Kilgore College. Must have a valid driver's license. Some travel (day trips only) required.
Preferred Skills, Education, and Experience:
Proficient in MS Office, Advanced MS Excel skills.
This position is only open to Kilgore College students in the Corrosion Technology Program.