Track and collect as-built gas and water pipeline information associated with new construction and with legacy pipeline system locate projects. Using GPS equipment, collect pipeline and facility features in the field, download and process the data, and generate GIS data that can be used to up the master pipeline features. Assist with other related field and office tasks as requested.
Includes exposure to low pressure natural gas that is odorless, colorless, tasteless and highly combustible. Ability to work closely with Operation Team, must be able to perform in cross-functional environment, taking direction from immediate supervisor. Working knowledge of header dump valves, line check valves, ball valves, relief valves, header and miscellaneous piping systems, proficiency in accurate and timely data reporting as required, working knowledge of gas gathering and piping systems between wells and pods; and pods and compressors.
Minimum 1 year experience
Demonstrate excellent communication and interpersonal skills to handle multiple tasks with changing and inconsistent responsibilities and accountabilities. Must be self-motivated and an enthusiastic team player capable of completing tasks with some direction of others to meet sensitive deadlines and production goals. The ability to work in temperatures between -10 and 30 degrees Fahrenheit on a daily basis.
Have a general familiarization of gas and waterline systems.
Ability to use Trimble mapping grade GPS equipment running Terrasync software.
Basic computer knowledge and skills in a Windows environment, Trimble Pathfinder Office, and ESRI ArcGIS software.
Able to work and communicate effectively with project managers, field personnel, and vendors.
Knowledge of safety policies and practices around pipeline construction projects.
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