Senior Pipeline Integrity Engineer

Job Overview

North York, Ontario
Job Type
Full Time
Salary / Compensation
Details Not Provided
Date Posted
1 year ago

Additional Details

Some Exp. Required (2 - 5 Years)

Job Description

Are you a seasoned Pipeline Integrity Engineer? Do you enjoy planning and executing processes, practices and projects for Integrity Management programs while ensuring the protection of people, property and the environment? We are building an industry-leading pipeline integrity team and are looking for a Senior Engineer to join our Transmission Integrity Management Program (TIMP) team!

We offer opportunities for growth, a competitive benefits and pension plan, and generous time off. We'd love to hear from you! Apply today.

What You Will Do

  • Design and execute on threat management programs for assigned segments of the Enbridge GDS system.

  • Ensure pipeline Integrity Plans are complete and designed for achieving safety targets including zero rupture and zero leak goals.

  • Conduct pipeline integrity assessment and analysis for pipeline integrity threat management programs related to the Enbridge GDS system, including Corrosion, Crack, Geohazards and  Deformation Threat Management and interacting threats

  • Assess pipelines for retrofits prior to in-line inspection, select inspection technologies and techniques, determine re-inspection frequency of pipelines

  • Analyze data from Inline Inspection, Direct Assessment, Hydrotesting and Nondestructive Examination (NDE) field results and determine actions such as required Integrity Digs and Repairs, as well as pipeline Fitness for Service.

  • This role provides opportunities to develop leadership, consistent direction, focus and accountability to a group of engineers of junior standing.

Who You Are

You have the following education and experience:

  • University Degree in Engineering (Mechanical, Civil, Chemical, or Geotechnical preferred) with six or more years of directly related experience.

  • Must be registered as Professional Engineer (P.Eng) in Ontario or in a Canadian jurisdiction.

  • Experienced in pipeline geohazard management.

  • Ability to think analytically and perform detailed analysis.

  • Ability to coordinate multiple projects at one time and meet defined timelines.

  • Must be computer literate (familiarity with PC applications).

  • Forward-thinking mentality with the ability to innovate.

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills and interpersonal skills.

  • Passion for upholding Enbridge's core values of Safety, Integrity, Respect, and Inclusion along with our ways of working.

Working Conditions:

  • Some travelling is required for this role (10-15%). Valid G license and responsible driving record is required.


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