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About this Opportunity:
We are currently recruiting for Field Operators to join our Midstream Operations in Hardisty, AB. Reporting to the Sr Supervisor, Hardisty Terminal, the incumbent will be responsible for the ongoing safe, compliant, and cost-effective operation of the Pipeline facilities in the area of his / her responsibility. This may include panel operation, pipeline terminal operation, pump stations. This person will also interface with Lloydminster Control Room personnel, Pipeline engineering staff, construction and service companies, third party shippers and trunk pipelines and Maintenance personnel.
This position is based out of the Hardisty Terminal relocation to the area is preferred. Work schedule is comprised of a 12-hour shift rotating between days/nights including working weekends/stat holidays.
You will be required to work in a wide variety of conditions due to the nature of the operation (working at heights, in confined spaces, with noise, in extreme weather conditions, hazardous areas etc.) There will be some physical demands (i.e. standing, lifting, climbing, working in confined areas).
Daily inspection of the operating facilities within the area of responsibility. Maintain a log of operating activities / conditions at each terminal site. Respond to shutdowns and alarms at facilities, either solving the problem or calling in appropriate maintenance support personnel. Perform daily checks on product quality (density, viscosity and S&W). Witness product quality testing of product batches by trunk pipelines. Ensure all regulatory reporting occurs in a timely manner.
Initiate work requests and call-outs to Maintenance personnel to sustain operations. Issue work authorization / hazard assessments to maintenance and construction personnel working in the operating facility. Identify root causes and/or solutions for abnormal situations, provide suggestions for improvement.
Ensure periodic preventative maintenance activities are completed on mechanical, electrical, and instrumentation equipment.
Provide point of contact for third party operators / shippers in the area of responsibility. Provide field supervision of third-party pipeline crossings and complete required paperwork. Line locate underground Pipeline facilities as required.
Provide updates to the area Sr Supervisor of operating cost impacts. If required, attend the monthly operating cost review meeting and identify any variances.
Completion of applicable modules of the Operator training program. Ensure appropriate operating procedures are reviewed and adhered to. Complete annual reviews of operating procedures and training modules as assigned.
Participate in the design reviews and HAZOP’s for capital and maintenance projects. Interface with Construction site representatives to coordinate work in operating areas. Manage commissioning of new facilities and assist with construction activities as required (co-ordination of shutdowns, preparing equipment for turnover to Construction, etc.).
Comply with all HS&E requirements in the performance of this Position’s responsibilities.
Prepare plant equipment for maintenance, as well as issue work permits and ensure their safe completion.
Must be legally entitled to work in Canada
Minimum Grade 12 diploma or equivalent
Secondary technical diploma such as GPO, HOOT or Fourth-Class Steam Engineer certification is an asset.
Journeyman designation and Industrial locomotive certification is also an asset.
Related industry experience (3–7 plus years is an asset).
Demonstrated ability to multi-task and handle multiple priorities in a logical manner.
Ground disturbance experience on pipeline systems (asset).
Demonstrated mechanical or electrical aptitude and analytical troubleshooting skills (asset).
Familiarity with computer-based control systems (asset).
Valid Class 5 Driver’s License. As this position requires the operation of a motor vehicle, applicants are asked to provide a recent (i.e., issued within the previous 4 weeks) original driver’s abstract for the preceding 3-year period when appearing for an interview.
Strong communication, organizational, and teamwork skills.
Ability to work independently with minimal supervision, demonstrated self-motivation and willingness to accept increased operational responsibilities.
Proficiency with computers is required (experience using Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook, SAP, and a field data capture system would be considered an asset).
The ability to work in a team environment and a willingness to accept increased operational responsibility .
Strong commitment to Health, Safety and Environment.
Adhere to High Reliability Organization standards and expectations .
Safety Sensitive: Yes
As this position has been identified as safety sensitive, employment of a final candidate selected for this position will be conditional upon successful completion of required pre-employment medical and drug/alcohol assessments.
Please note that pre-employment background checks are pre-conditions to Husky employment offers and must be completed successfully before you are confirmed to start with Husky.
At Husky, we respect diversity and embrace an inclusive culture. We value uniqueness and different perspectives as they play a critical role in our success. To achieve this, individuals are selected based on qualifications, merit, and abilities and we encourage applications from everyone including visible minorities, Indigenous peoples, women, and persons with disabilities.
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Husky Energy is an integrated Canadian energy company headquartered in Calgary, Alberta. The Company operates Upstream and Downstream business segments, with operations in Canada, the United States, China and Indonesia.
Husky’s balanced growth strategy focuses on consistent execution, disciplined financial management and safe and reliable operations.