Pembina: Damage Prevention & Public Awareness Supervisor

  • Company:
    pembina
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  • Salary:
    negotiable / month
  • Job type:
    Full-Time
  • Posted:
    3 weeks ago
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Requisition Id: 22747Department: Integrity & Risk Assurance Pembina Pipeline Corporation-s Calgary office is recruiting for a Supervisor, Damage Prevention and Public Awareness (DPPA) to join the team. This position reports to the Senior Manager, Asset Integrity within the Technical Services Unit (TSU), part of Pembina-s Corporate Services division. of The Supervisor, DPPA is responsible for program plan development, monitoring, managing and overall compliance of Pembina-s Damage Prevention and Public Awareness programs by collaborating with Operations and other stakeholders resulting in the prevention and reduction of damage to Pembina-s assets. will include but are not limited to:Develop, implement, and execute the Damage Prevention and Public Awareness Program; Complete an annual program review and coordinate program audits; Update the program to reflect Pembina-s efforts to reduce damages to our pipelines and infrastructure; Ensure the program meets all regulatory and internal requirements; Lead the DamagePrevention Working Group and develop the key elements of the program that stakeholders utilize; Develop and execute the Public Awareness Program, complete effectiveness review, develop stakeholder audiences which includes Pembina-s one call list, crossings applicants and one call violators; Develop Damage Prevention Key Performance Indicators; Develop training material for the program; Act as a subject matter expert in the area of ground disturbance; Complete safe digging month communication activities, ensure they reflect current damage prevention messaging and align with the efforts of external groups; Participate in pipeline hazard risk assessment related to third party damage and complete an annual hazard review; Act as the primary contact with External Communications to ensure damage prevention messaging is readily available for distribution during stakeholder engagement events; Track, coordinate and complete Damage Prevention mitigation activities, corrective actions for regulatory audits, internal audits, and project information requests; Ensure that theDamage Prevention process and procedures are accurately reflected in Pembina-s Operating Management System and integrate the damage prevention process with the processes and procedures of other groups within Pembina; Ensure pipelinedepth of cover monitoring is completed ensuring areas are monitoring according to schedule, communication to landowners in a timely manner; Address any non-compliance items with appropriate stakeholders; Support incident investigations involving infrastructure damage; Liaise with theExternal Communications and Crossings teams on initiatives designed to achieve compliance with internal policies, audit corrective actions, and regulatory requirements; Provide Damage Prevention Subject Matter Expertise for all stakeholders; andContribute to a team environment that values inclusion and diversity. Post-secondary degree or diploma and experience in the field of damage prevention, pipeline integrity or management systems; Minimum 10 years of experience in the pipeline industry and 5 years of progressive experience in Damage Prevention-related or Management Systems roles; Previous demonstrated success leading a team; Extensive knowledge of Canadian and US Damage Prevention provincial/state and federal regulations; Extensive knowledge of One Call systems and ticket management best practices; Knowledge of pipeline crossing practices, regulations; Extensive knowledge of ground disturbance best practices; Self-motivated,independent, team player with a strong work ethic; Able to initiate and manage change, be innovative, problem solve, think strategically, prioritize key tasks, and engage stakeholders to achieve results; Advanced communication and project management skills; Proficient in MS office applications and GIS viewer; Previous program development experience is considered an asset; Experience interacting with regulators considered an asset; andKnowledge of industry networks and associations is considered an asset. Final candidate will be required to undergo a background check; including a criminal record check. No agency calls please. Pembina Pipeline Corporation is committed to diversity, equal opportunity and ensuring that our employees have the ability to thrive in an inclusive environment. We are pleased to consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, family status, veteran status, Indigenous status, national origin, age, disability or any other legally-protected factors. Accommodation for applicants with disabilities is available upon request during the recruitment process.For more than 65 years, Pembina has safely and reliably served North America-s energy industry, delivering oil, natural gas and natural gas liquids production to North American markets.Powering Pembina’s growth are our smart, creative and energetic people who allow us to remain a disciplined and responsible energy transportation and service provider and a trusted member in our communities.Our expectations are high and our rewards reflect this: We treat our people well – whether it-s through our compensation package, community engagement and volunteer opportunities, or our numerous social activities.Pembina provides everything you could want in an employer. We are a proud recipient of Canada-s Top 100 Employers (2018-2021), Alberta’s Top Employers (2014-2021), Canada’s Top Employers for Young People (2019), and an Employer Partner of the Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion. We are also a strong supporter of Skills Canada.