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Position Title: Corrosion Technician
Location: Pecos, TX
The Corrosion Technician, for Apache Corporation will be a member of Apache’s Alpine Midstream Pipeline team at the company’s Pecos, TX, office reporting to the Pipeline Ops Field Superintendent.
This role will be primarily responsible for the following:
• Performs regularly scheduled inspections of corrosion control systems for the Gas Processing Pipelines.
• Applies corrosion control knowledge skills to repair, install, troubleshoot, analyze and perform other predictive and preventative maintenance tasks on assigned equipment, facilities, systems, and associated devices (rectifiers, test stations, ground beds, critical bonds, foreign line crossings, cased crossing, surveys, internal coupons, etc.)
• Maintains and operates assigned equipment to meet operational needs in compliance with Company and regulatory requirements
• Recognizes operating deviations and takes appropriate corrective actions
• Reads and interprets drawings and schematics, uses technical resources in the performance of assigned work, uses hand and power tools, and other specialty equipment including data collection devices and related computer application programs
• Performs pipeline locates/construction watches, may operate portable and mobile work equipment, and participate in customer and emergency agency meetings
• Maintains records for required state, federal, and company procedures and participates in team administrative duties
• Utilizes computers and e-mail for internal and external communication, record keeping, on-line reporting, material, and supply ordering, and filing of various forms
• Actively contributes as a member of the work crew, providing and supporting the training of other members
• Attends, participates and complies with company safety programs and policies
• Works indoors and outdoors, in and around mechanical, industrial and electrical equipment
• Required to climb about equipment and work in close proximities
• Works in temperature extremes due to weather conditions and operating equipment
• Uses physical force to lift, push, pull and hold equipment and tools
• Climbs and works at various heights and may work in a standing, sitting, lying, crouched or kneeling position
• Capable of lifting from ground level a load up to 50 lbs.
• Must have the ability to get in and out of vehicles regularly and ride over rough roads
• May be subject to overtime, required to carry a cell phone, and subject to 24/7 call out
• Maintains and documents all records to comply with all regulatory and Company requirements.
• Troubleshoots, repairs and maintains all corrosion control protections systems and associated equipment.
• Actively support all corrosion control related activities associated with maintenance and new construction projects.
• Inspect and document anomalies (wall thickness, measure corrosion pits etc.)
• Performs other activities as required by Operations Management.
• Successfully complete OQ training on covered tasked performed.
• Performs all duties in accordance with safety policies and industry best practices.
The successful candidate will have the following qualifications and experience:
A minimum of 5 years of industry experience
NACE Corrosion Technician certification is preferred
DOT 49 CFR 192 experience
Experience with corrosion data tracking systems along with EAM asset tracking systems
Good communicator, work planner with excellent work ethics and a good background in computer applications
Must be available for call-out rotation and emergencies
Valid driver license
High School diploma
The successful candidate will exhibit the following behavioral competencies and personal characteristics:
The successful candidate will lead by example through the embodiment of, and by embracing, Apache's Core Values and Leadership Attributes:
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