Inspector Projects

Colonial Pipeline Company - Beaumont, TX (30+ days ago)4.1

Job Summary – (Role Summary)

Schedule, implement and inspect projects at various locations. Maintain system integrity and pipeline operations. Provide assistance to teams as required.

Job Responsibilities – (Key Activities)

Inspect and supervise work related to projects at various locations.
Schedule and coordinate company employees, contractors, and vendors to complete projects.
Supervise contractors and emergency response crews to ensure compliance with government regulations, company policy, and specifications to ensure project cost control, timely completion, and adherence to company M.V.P.s.
Complete documentation including Department of Transportation (D.O.T.) reporting, cost estimates, completion reports, work orders, invoices, and contracts associated with project assignments.
Approve contractor and vendor invoices and work orders. May approve contracts and AFE's.
Monitor safety on project job sites.
Coordinate work with operations teams to ensure timely completion of assigned projects.
May respond to right-of-way encroachments, one-calls, and AOR's.
May maintain emergency response equipment.
Participate in a variety of company sponsored and facility training programs. Train in and promote safe operations and procedures
Operate various types of tools and equipment safely and efficiently. May be required to use the following tools in the course of their duties: PC, calculator, phone, 2-Way radio, emergency equipment, line locator, safety equipment, GPS, hand tools, UT tester, gauges, tapping machinery
Develop good communications with customers and team members.
Foster a productive, team-oriented environment. Facilitate communication with customers and other employees, and display a commitment to teamwork in daily activities.
Provide and maintain an excellent standard of customer service.
Conduct daily activities in a manner that demonstrates Colonial’s commitment to safety. Observe all safety precautions relevant to work tasks.
Other duties as assigned

NOTE: Background check, physical and drug screen are required for this position.
This is a Department of Transportation ( DOT) covered job subject to all applicable regulatory requirements including random drug testing

Decision-Making Responsibilities (Key Decisions)
Schedules and prioritizes daily work of assigned project team members or vendors
Determines cost effectiveness of certain elements of project work and make decisions to manage vendors accordingly.
Determines the kind of tools and equipment needed to do a job
Solves a variety of daily project-related issues and communicates solutions to work team.

Interfaces - Internal Contacts
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees and managers.

Interfaces - External Contacts
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with the general public.
Other external contacts include Contractors, Property Owners, Vendors, Government Agencies, Shippers

Technical Skills and Knowledge
Knowledge of government regulations and company policy in relation to assigned projects
Ability to organize and schedule project work, and to supervise multiple elements of a project to successful and timely completion.
Ability to read and understand alignment sheets, topographic maps and line list
Analytical and problem solving ability, and ability to draw related conclusions
Mechanical aptitude, including knowledge of machines and tools, and their designs, uses, repair, and maintenance.
Working knowledge of occupational hazards and safety precautions
Knowledge of traffic laws, ordinances and regulations involved in equipment and/or vehicle operation
Effective verbal communication skills and listening skills to include gi ving full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to understand the points being made, asking questions as appropriate, and not interrupting at inappropriate times.
Effective written communication skills
Mathematical ability, including the ability to interpret project budgets and reconcile costs to plans.

Required Qualifications (Education/Certification/Licenses/Years of Experience)
High School diploma or equivalent(GED)
3+ Years Construction manager, Operations and Pipeline Right of Way(R.O.W.) experience
Must complete operations training guide
Must possess a valid driver’s license and clean driving record.

Work Environment
Must be able to work indoors and outdoors at all hours in all weather conditions in close proximity to refined petroleum products and heavy equipment.
Ability to work extended hours, holidays, and/or weekends as required. Subject to call-out and occasional overtime.
Travel to locations away from headquarters point for extended periods.
Primary Location: Field – Districts
Travel (% of time): up to 60%-depending on project load

Essential Physical Requirements
Physical mobility to sit, stand, reach, pull, push and bend.
Ability to lift up to 20 lbs. unassisted.
Ability to work in non-permit required confined spaces.
Ability to verbally communicate by two-way radio, especially during emergency response.
Traverse uneven terrain to reach secluded right-of-way.
Climb tank steps up to 60 ft high and climb vertical ladders to valve platforms up to 10 ft. high.
Normal visual acuity to perform duties of position. If vision is corrected, must be corrected to 20/40 or better. Must have ability to distinguish colors, especially red, green, white, and black.
Color recognition for control panel indicator lights and to analyze product colors.
Drive Company and personal vehicles for picking up materials, to get around large facilities in minimum time, and to travel to locations away from headquarter point.
Ability to detect the presence of petroleum products by smell.
Considered “Heavy Work” based on ADA physical standards

Essential Mental, Behavioral, or Cognitive Requirements
Must maintain punctuality and reliable attendance on the job
Must remain alert at all times while on duty.
Must be able to maintain focus on the job at hand and to see tasks through to completion
Ability to work well unsupervised and alone at times when no supervisor is present
Ability to work independently and complete tasks in a self-directed manner.