Corrosion Control Tech III

Location: 

Bethlehem, PA, US, 18017

Company:  UGI Utilities, Inc
Remote Options: 

At UGI Utilities, Inc. we believe in providing a superior range of energy products and services to our customers in a safe, affordable manner. As our energy needs evolve, UGI will be there providing safe and reliable service that brings warmth and comfort to our 750,000 customers in 45 counties in Pennsylvania and 1 county in Maryland.

 

We strive to reflect the communities we serve by attracting and retaining top talent, while maintaining a diverse workforce that embraces our culture of safety, service, and integrity. As an employee of UGI Utilities, you can expect a competitive total compensation plan and comprehensive benefits. Employees work in a collaborative environment, have upward mobility opportunities, and the ability to enjoy a true work life balance.

 

UGI is committed to acting in a sustainable and socially responsible manner to minimize our impact on the environment and to enrich the lives of our customers, communities, and employees. To learn more about UGI's workplace culture, sustainability efforts, and commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I), we invite you to visit our UGI Corporate sustainability page.

 

Apply to UGI Utilities today to share in our mission and support countless neighbors, friends, and families in providing best-in-class products and services!

Job Summary

Prevent and mitigate corrosion of UGI underground metallic pipelines as is practical and meeting applicable regulatory requirements.  This is accomplished by the installation, inspection and maintenance of cathodic protection systems including necessary records and documentation.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Survey and maintain existing cathodic protection systems.
  • Inform and instruct C&M, engineering and contractors on how to cathodically protect new services and mains or added extensions.
  • Assist and direct C&M or contractors in the installation of corrosion control systems.
  • Assist in pipeline integrity assessment activities.
  • Design cathodic protection systems for services and smaller coated main segments.
  • Inspect non-cathodically protected services or mains for potential future protection.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Knowledge and application of pipeline cathodic protection concepts.
  • UGI field operational practices and procedures related to cathodic protection and integrity management of underground metallic pipelines.
  • Proficient with computers and related data query and entry applications including GIS, DOJM, CP Survey Application, BI Dashboard, Gas Service Web App, etc.
  • Applicable federal and state regulations.
  • Communicate effectively with other UGI departments, outside contractors, township officials and the public.  Possess ability to work independently and identify and resolve cathodic protection problems working alone.
     

Education and Experience

  • High School Diploma, basic electrical circuits and theory.
  • Acquiring of NACE Certification is required within 5 years at a minimum level of Corrosion Technician or NACE CP1 Tester with the expectation that NACE CP2 or CP Technician certification will be attained in subsequent 2 years.

We offer comprehensive benefits, some of which are:

  •  medical, prescription, dental, vision, life insurance

  • disability plans

  • 401(k) matched savings plan

  • paid vacation

  • tuition reimbursement

  • paid parental leave

  • paid volunteer time

 

UGI Utilities, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. As such, the Company abides by the requirements of the Executive Order 11246, 41 CFR 60-741.5(a), and 41 CFR 60-300.5(a). The Company does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, disability, age, gender identity, veteran status, or any other legally protected class in its practices.

 

Successful applicants shall be required to pass a pre-employment drug screen as a condition of employment, and if hired, shall be subject to substance abuse testing in accordance with UGI policies.

 

As a federal contractor that engages in safety-sensitive work, UGI cannot permit employees in certain positions to use medical marijuana, even if prescribed by an authorized physician. Similarly, applicants for such positions who are actively using medical marijuana may be denied hire on that basis.

 

 


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