This position requires proficiencies in field inspection work processes and acts as representative of Chevron when interfacing with third parties to provide the necessary encroachment protection for Chevron Right of Ways and the safe and efficient operation of assigned pipeline systems. They coordinate their own work and work with other team members and contractors in performing daily field inspection work. Identify and resolve or suggest resolutions for right of way encroachments, correct workplace hazards, unsafe practices, security violations or environmental concerns. Facility Inspectors may act as a field team liaison with Subject Matter Experts and perform link pin or link pin type responsibilities regarding line locating, excavations and encroachments.
- Responsible for locating abandoned, idle and active facilities, and mark the location within prescribed tolerance from either side of the pipe.
- Respond to one-call notifications and line location requests.
- Schedule necessary pot holing, discuss and approve the method of excavating, as well as the required clearances.
- Attend contractor and municipality pre-construction meetings to represent Chevron right of way interests. Ensure that requirements for excavating in Chevron Right-of-Ways are made known, put on record, and carried out by those performing the excavating work.
- Meet with contractors at the job site to review construction drawings and check for possible encroachments, lack of proper clearances, or even possible unsafe excavating practices.
- May act as contact and quality assurance compliance inspectors for Chevon projects assuming on-site responsibility for the completion of the project as designed and stipulated in the contract documents.
- May recommend design changes or changes to excavation practices to resolve conflicts within Chevron right-of ways or facilities.
- Independently communicate and coordinate with 3rd party contractors to schedule work in a manner that will not result in job delays but will still meet Chevron requirements to witness each excavation of our pipeline as it occurs.
- Familiarity with reliability efforts for a variety of safety, environmental and production related issues.
- Basic knowledge in MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.), CMMS, SCADA, and an aptitude for learning new software packages.
- Ability to work effectively and cooperatively with a diverse team of coworkers, contractors, and internal and external customers.
- Ability to perform basic troubleshooting and maintenance of production and facility equipment.
- Capable of simultaneously performing multiple tasks with limited supervision.
- Familiar with pneumatic/electronic instrumentation.
- Associate`s degree in Petroleum or Process Technology or related technology discipline.
- High School Diploma or equivalent required.
- Valid driver`s license with a history of safe driving practices.
- A minimum of six months current related experience in oil and gas, or related petrochemical industries.
- Ability and willingness to work rotating on-call shifts, weekends and holidays of assigned work schedule and overtime based on workload.
- Must live within 50 miles of the workplace or be willing to relocate and possess a valid driver’s license. Company vehicle will not be available for commute.
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: Waco, TX, US
Application Deadline: N/A