June 13, 2018

Gas Engineering Specialist I

Responsibilities 

Responsible as a Gas Engineering Specialist I to assist in the following tasks, or as a Gas Engineering Specialist II or III be responsible for performing the following tasks in a fully competent manner:

  • Plans, coordinates and designs the installation and repair of gas transmission and distribution mains and service lines assigned to employees and outside contractors with the objective of assuring that installations and repairs conform to Company standards and schedules.
  • Interprets blue prints and drawings of work performance to determine that work is conforming to company standards and plans and complies with DOT requirements.
  • Prepares detailed field drawings of all facilities installed, abandoned, or repaired, if required. Ensures that all aspects of the job are performed in a safe manner that fulfills all requirements of OSHA.
  • Prepares complete and accurate records and reports of inspection activities and results; draws construction sketches detailing location of pipe, valves, and fittings with respect to permanent structures, property lines, and cover of pipe to natural ground.
  • Assures permits are approved prior to construction.
  • Coordinates construction activities with landowners, builders, developers, State DOT, and other regulatory agencies to assure quality and timeliness of project.
  • Performs technical computations and load studies; makes technical drawings and reports. Previews jobs and provides estimates for jobbing work. Measures and collects field information, through field measurement, tax maps at courthouses, and scaling from drawings. Plans and executes details of work orders. Creates encroachment permits.
  • Assists engineer, sales and other engineering specialists as directed.
  • Understands and abides by all safety regulations.
  • Available for emergency response as needed.

Candidates will be evaluated based upon education, training, and experience.

Qualifications 

Candidates will be evaluated based upon education, training and experience.

The successful candidate will also be fully knowledgeable of all regulatory requirements, corporate design standards, and operations & maintenance procedures to ensure safety and compliance.

Education and Experience requirements for various levels:

Engineering Specialist I:

  • High School diploma accredited by an organization that is recognized by the Council for Higher Education accreditation or one of the entities recognized by the U. S. Dept. of Education (or GED), and at least 4 years of related technical experience, OR
  • Associates degree or other special certification/degree with at least 0-2 years of related technical experience (depending on the type of degree held). A Degree in Engineering or Corrosion Technology would be preferred, but is not required.

Engineering Specialist II:

  • High School diploma accredited by an organization that is recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation or one of the entities recognized by the U. S. Dept. of Education (or GED), and at least 8 years of related technical experience, OR
  • Associates degree or other special certification/degree with at least 4-6 years of related technical experience (depending on the type of degree held). A Degree in Engineering or Corrosion Technology would be preferred, but is not required.

Engineering Specialist III:

NACE Level II Technician Certification is required, along with one of the following:

  • High School diploma accredited by an organization that is recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation or one of the entities recognized by the U. S. Dept. of Education (or GED), and at least 10 years of related technical experience, OR
  • Associates degree or other special certification/degree with at least 6-8 years of related technical experience (depending on the type of degree held). A Degree in Engineering or Corrosion Technology would be preferred, but is not required.

If interested, please email your resume to christian.mann@scana.com