Posted: Saturday, January 27, 2018 2:12 PM
Operations Monitoring Analyst
Reference Code: 47341
United States (US) : Charleston, WV
Job Category: Pipeline/Power Operations
Employment Type: Employee Full:time
Relocation Eligibility: This position is not eligible for our relocation program
TheMonitoring Center serves as first:line of communication with field personnel, landowners/state and local authorities pertaining to questions and concerns of Columbia facilities. Analysts handle calls from both internal (Gas Control, etc.) and external (the emergency 800 numbers) sources. This position works rotating 12:hour shifts including nights, weekends, and holidays.
This position is looking for an employee who possesses strong analytical and communication skills to work in the Monitoring Center for a U.S. based Natural Gas pipeline and storage company's Control Room.
This position will independently follow established methods, Control Room Management Plan (CRM) and procedures to ensure the safe and reliable operation of the U.S. Pipeline systems.
:Performs on team that is responsible for 24:hr./day monitoring of the pipeline system in 12:hr. rotating shifts including nights, weekends, and holidays;
:Takes appropriate actions to respond to notifications from gas control and external systems (including but not limited to PI, Electronic measurement, and telephone communications);
:Serves as first:line of communication with field personnel and landowners/state and local authorities pertaining to questions and concerns of CPG facilities;
:Maintain a basic knowledge of the equipment/facilities in operation; applies knowledge of the specific operation characteristics of individual stations;
:Receives calls from 1:800 number on pipeline markers, logs pertinent information on the emergency, and makes call to the appropriate field personnel to handle emergency;
:Assists gas control by initiating work request to appropriate field employee for pipeline, compressor, M and R, A and E problems, when necessary;
:Manages Emergency and Incident response coordination, logs pertinent information on the event (per the Documentation Standard), dispatches appropriate Field personnel to respond to the event and collects and documents further event detail as required;
:The Monitoring Center will be required to follow TransCanada's Emergency Management Plan and help in the management of the plan during an incident;
:Respond to emergency one:calls by clearing or dispatching to the appropriate field location;
:Help at times with the Miss Utility tickets Call before you dig;
:Adheres to, and assists in complying with, the Control Room Management (CRM) Program under the requirements of the Pipeline Hazardous Materials and Safety Administration (PHMSA) regulations;
:Other tasks as assigned.
Qualifications and Education
:Outstanding analytical and problem solving abilities;
:Able to type 60 words per minute;
:Remains calm, effective and even:tempered in high:pressure circumstances or in confusing, chaotic, or demanding situations;
:Ability to quickly determine when deviations or anomalies can lead to problems;
:Good planning, organization, and teaming skills;
:Willing to take a risk and make decisions;
:Familiarity with computer software currently used by TransCanada
:Flexibility to multitask while working in a fast:paced environment;
:Must excel in communication skills (verbal, written, and electronic) and possess excellent customer service skills required to work with individuals at all levels of the organization;
:Functions well in a team:based environment;
:Candidate must be a quick learner.
Education / Experience
:High school diploma or GED required;
:Two:year degree in business or technical discipline preferred;
:2:5years' experience with diverse pipeline systems preferred.
*This position requires candidates to:
:Have and maintain a valid dr
• Location: Charleston
• Post ID: 10771227 charlestonwv