Do you enjoy working in the field and getting your boots on the ground?
At Enbridge, our Stopping and Tapping Operators are essential to the business.
They ensure the completion of maintenance on all diameter pipes within the district they support and across the organization so that we can deliver safe and reliable natural gas without disruption to our most important customers - you!
If you enjoy a challenge and working in a specialized role, apply today!
What You Will Do (Responsibilities):
Ensure all work and safety processes/procedures are followed, and that all equipment is inspected and maintained and all personal protective equipment is worn as required.
Inspect, maintain and repair stopping and tapping equipment including making recommendations for major equipment repairs and tool/equipment replacements by 3rd parties.
In conjunction with the Construction and Growth leadership team, coordinate work schedules related to large diameter stopping/tapping activity within a geography as well as across the organization/province.
Develop Procedures of Work associated with stopping and tapping operations and supporting gas handling activities.
Perform complex valve maintenance activity utilizing specialized tools, equipment and processes.
Support the CAP evaluation processes associated with stopping and tapping activity which may include conducting the CAP Assessments and/or supporting others as they complete the CAP assessments.
Interact with Alliance partners and customers by maintaining a positive and professional manner that enhances/maintains our Enbridge Gas image.
Emergency response and out of town travel will be a key requirement within the role.
When not specifically performing stopping and tapping activity, the employee will be called upon and required to perform activities commensurate with their skills.
Provide support to the training department with tapping and stopping processes. Support the Operations, Construction and Engineering Construction teams with various tasks, when required.
Who you are (Qualifications):
A minimum grade 12 education or equivalent.
Must already have obtained a Gas Utility Technician Certificate and a Pipeline Inspector’s
Certificate as established by the TSSA for natural gas distribution.
Must be certified or be able to get certified to perform small diameter stopping and tapping activities.
Must have or be able to obtain DZ Driver’s License; Fork Lift certification.
Must have or be able to obtain Hiab certification.
Must have excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
Must have and retain appropriate driver’s license and maintain suitable driving record.
Must be able to operate a personal computer and related company software.
Must be physically capable to perform manual labour and be capable of wearing all appropriate safety/protective equipment.
Must be able to work extended hours, travel and remain on-site throughout the province for a week at a time.
Must be able to complete Utility Service Representative training and LOGS.
Must be able to track expenses.
NOTE: As this position is within the Local Bargaining Unit identified above, please note that members will be given first consideration.