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Manager, Technical Support
at Kinder Morgan.
- Provide direct technical support to the Terminals Business Unit relative to all aspects of standardized maintenance practices, operating equipment, and facility plans.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Identify and develop procedures, policies and processes that will create the optimal balance between equipment operation, reliability and expenses.
- Perform risk assessment for each procedure to comply with regulations, safety, and business essential needs.
- Develop and implement a plan for critical asset implementation within the company's CMMS system.
- Responsible for determining the changes and interfaces required between the CMMS system and other terminal business processes.
- Ensure the timely development of each terminal's facility plan by working with each Engineering center.
- Manage the Approved Manufacturer's List.
- Responsible for the approval of all fleet and heavy equipment purchases/leases.
- Manage the maintenance of all Park 225 fleet.
- Maintain and update the Terminal Support Group's Share Point site.
- Participates in yearly Sustaining Capital budget development and review.
- Other Duties as Assigned.
- Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering preferred (civil, mechanical or chemical), equivalent experience will be considered.
- Minimum of 5 to 10 years’ experience in engineering design and construction, maintenance, or operation of facilities associated with hazardous liquid terminals, vessel, rail and truck loading terminals, and related pump, storage, and metering facilities.
- Working knowledge of applicable regulations and agencies such as DOT, OSHA, and various state counterparts
- Familiarity with NEC, ASME, API, NFPA and ASTM specifications, standards, and recommended practices.
Certifications, Licenses, Registrations:
- Must possess and maintain a current TWIC card
Competencies, Skills, and Abilities:
- Proficiency with computer applications, including Microsoft Excel, Word, Project, and Outlook.
- Well-balanced interpersonal skills and demonstrable verbal and written communication skills.
- Must be accountable and take direction from supervisors, keep required work schedules, focus attention on details, and follow work rules.
- Organizational skills and the ability to prioritize tasks are essential.
- Must be a problem solver with the ability to find good solutions.
- Must be self-motivated and capable of working with minimal supervision
- Must be flexible and able to work effectively in a team environment and consistently maintain a professional and respectful demeanor/attitude with co-workers, clients, vendors, and regulatory agencies.
- Must have the ability to perform sedentary to light work, exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally, or constantly lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects. Reach overhead for items, stoop, bend and twist while working. Other physical activities include seeing, fingering, grasping, feeling, talking, hearing and performing repetitive motions. Visual acuity requirements include color, depth perception and field of vision necessary to prepare and analyze data, operate a computer and read.
- Must be willing and able to work in an office environment.
- Must be willing and able to work outside in the plant environment, in all types of climatic conditions.
- Occasional travel to other field or corporate locations may be required depending on nature of ongoing work activities (approximately 25% to 35%).
- A satisfactory driving record as determined by the Company and a current, valid State driver's license are required.
- Subject to PHMSA compliant drug testing program.
- Extended periods of sitting may be required for administrative activities.
- Must be willing and able to carry a cell phone and to respond when contacted.
- Manage between 4 to 10 employees both at the main office and remotely.
- The above statements describe the general nature and level of work being performed. This position may perform other duties as assigned.
As the largest energy infrastructure company in North America, Kinder Morgan owns an interest in or operates approximately 80,000 miles of pipelines and 180 terminals. Our pipelines transport natural gas, refined petroleum products, crude oil, carbon dioxide (CO2) and more. Our assets are core to North American energy infrastructure and help deliver needed energy products to high-demand markets.
The Kinder Morgan businesses are as follows:
Natural Gas Pipelines
With approximately 70,000 miles of pipelines, we are the largest natural gas transporter and storage operator in the United States. Our pipelines are connected to every important natural gas resource play, including the Eagle Ford, Marcellus, Utica, Uinta, Haynesville, Fayetteville, Barnett, Mississippi Lime and Woodford, that will play a significant role in meeting the nation’s long term natural gas supply. We serve the major consuming markets of the entire United States. Key assets include premier interstate pipelines that stretch from coast to coast and a huge intrastate pipeline system in Texas, the state which is the largest producer and consumer of natural gas in the United States.
We are the leading transporter and marketer of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the United States. We deliver approximately 1.3 billion cubic feet per day of CO2 through about 1,300 miles of pipelines. We also produce more than 50,000 barrels of oil per day. Key assets include CO2 source fields in southwestern Colorado, pipelines that transport CO2 from Colorado to New Mexico and Texas, and oil production fields in the Permian Basin of West Texas.
We transport about more than 2 Million barrels daily of gasoline, jet fuel, diesel, natural gas liquids and biofuels through more than 8,000 miles of pipelines. Key assets include refined petroleum pipelines and terminal storage and blending systems that serve California, Florida and other states in the western and southeastern United States. We also transport crude and condensate from the Eagle Ford shale to the Houston Ship Channel. Specific to renewable fuels, our Products and Terminals business segments combined handle about 30 percent of all of the ethanol used in the United States.
We operate approximately 180 terminals that have a combined liquids storage capacity of more than 110 million barrels for refined petroleum products, crude oil, chemicals and biofuels. We also handle over 105 million tons per year of dry bulk materials such as coal, petroleum coke and steel. Key assets include large liquids terminals on the Houston Ship Channel and in New York Harbor, Los Angeles Harbor and Edmonton, Alberta, as well as strategically located coal terminals in the Southeast and along the Gulf Coast.
Kinder Morgan Canada
Our Trans Mountain pipeline system originates in Edmonton, Alberta, and is the only oil sands pipeline that transports crude oil and refined petroleum to Vancouver, British Columbia, and Washington State. We have proposed and are pursuing a major expansion of Trans Mountain.
As a market leader in each of our businesses, we are always looking for skilled professionals to join our team. When you join Kinder Morgan, you join a different kind of Energy Company. We tie financial incentives for our employees directly to the performance of the company and their own personal performances. At Kinder Morgan, you will find a dynamic and safe work environment that promotes career growth and recognizes achievements.
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