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Job Information

Kinder Morgan Maintenance Supervisor - LNG in SAVANNAH, Georgia

Maintenance Supervisor - LNG

Job ID #: 28833 Location: GA-SAVANNAH

Functional Area: Management Position Type: Full Time

Experience Required: 3 - 5 Years Relocation Provided: No

Education Required: GED

RC/Department: 5696 -GPL-E-SOUTHERN LNG :KMPL

Position Description

Primary purpose: Provide supervisory leadership to maintenance and/or E&C crews at a Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) import and export terminal. Responsible for the safe, efficient and effective operation of the equipment, systems and infrastructure at the terminal. Plans and schedules work crews, contractors and construction support services to meet deadlines. Essential duties and responsibilities: • Responsible for the safety, environmental compliance, management of the budgets, employee training and development, facility security and personnel functions • Provide leadership and oversee the planning and direction of maintenance activities related to process equipment, instrumentation, pumps, vessels, heat exchangers, pipelines, compressors and auxiliary equipment, engines, turbines, motors, cooling equipment, valves, seals and other related equipment • Understand and be prepared to execute emergency response activities at all times • Coordinate with Engineering and Operations staff to ensure process safety • Lead investigation of abnormal conditions and safety/environmental incidents • Responsible for the general upkeep and maintenance of all facilities and equipment • Represent the Company during contacts with landowner/tenants, public officials/emergency officials and at local meetings. (Community Organizations Pipeline Groups, US Customs, Coast Guard, etc.) • Oversee construction and/or maintenance activities performed by third parties • Train and oversee company and third party personnel as required • Assist in the planning, administration and control of capital and maintenance budgets • Assist in the planning, directing and control of contracted resources • Perform all work in compliance with Company standards, procedures, and regulatory requirements • Perform governmental compliance activities (OSHA, DOT, State Agencies, EPA, USCG, etc.) • Monitor and implement Health/Safety/ Security/ Environmental (HSSE) processes (Hot Work, Permit to Work, Confined Space, etc.) • Identify, report, and correct safety and environmental concerns • Actively participate in safety programs and initiatives • Participate in the development of O&M Procedures, Site Specific Procedures, project scopes and work plans • Complete all applicable documentation and record keeping • Recruit, interview, hire, develop, and manage performance of employees • Other duties as assigned

Position Requirements

Minimum Requirements: Education: • High School Diploma or GED • A two or four year college degree preferred Experience/Specific Knowledge: • A minimum of 1-3 years of supervisory leadership experience preferred • A minimum of 3-5 years of maintenance and/or electrical and instrumentation industry experience operating a liquefied natural gas terminal or similar process; experience and/or knowledge with pertinent process equipment (i.e., centrigufal pumps, reciprocating compressors, etc.) • Knowledgeable reading and interpreting blueprints, P&IDs and other diagrams • Familiarity with all applicable governmental regulations, company specifications and policies • Knowledge and experience in safe handling practices of flammable gases, cyrogenic liquid, and high/low pressure systems Certifications, licenses, registrations: • Possess a valid driver's license and meet company insurability requirements. • May be required to achieve and maintain certifications as required to perform job duties. • Achieve and maintain all qualifications and progression requirements applicable to the job. Competencies, skills, and abilities: • Must possess strong leadership, communications, and interpersonal skills with both company and contract employees. • Must be able to deal effectively with people and resolve conflicts and problems. • Ability to organize and prioritize multiple projects and makes adjustments quickly as needed. • Ability to analyze financial and cost data and develop conclusions and recommendations. • Must have intermediate computer skills with Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, and Power Point). • Must be goal orientated, self-motivated and able to work independently. • Must have strong analytical and troubleshooting skills. • Ability to work with a team, take direction from supervisors, keep required work schedules, focus attention on details, and follow work rules. • Must be able to effectively communicate, orally (face to face and by telephone) and in writing, in English with coworkers, contractors, government officials and Senior Management. • Read and understand written material (in English), including use and understanding of basic numerical calculations. • Ability to complete training such as; HAZ-MAT, DOT, Confined Space, and Lockout/Tagout. • Good computer skills (knowledge of MS Office, various operating systems, and other company software). • Good math skills (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, decimals). • Strong interpersonal skills -- Ability to manage a work group and be a working member of the team. Ability to develop effective relationships and promote teamwork, foster open expression of ideas and opinions, provide and accept constructive feedback, and be an active listener. • Strong written and verbal communication skills -- Ability to convey information that is clear, concise, accurate and tactful; Ability to maintain detailed records; Proficient in the use of computers for maintaining records and e-mail communications. • Strong planning and organizational skills -- Ability to prioritize and organize work/jobs with eye towards completion speed and general usability. • Ability to plan and conduct efficient meetings and training sessions. • Ability to identify and use appropriate resources (people, equipment, and materials) to achieve results and to gain support and commitment from others. Physical demands: To include but not limited to with or without reasonable accommodation; • Enter confined spaces • Climb to and work from elevated platforms, ladders and walkways. Ability to work at heights up to 150 feet. • Must be able to lift a minimum of 20 pounds in awkward positions, and 50 pounds from floor to waist. • Must be able to work outdoors in adverse weather conditions, wear required personal protective equipment (PPE), climb vertical access ladders/stairwells, carry up to 50 pounds, and to see, hear, walk and talk effectively. • Ability to sit and stand for extended periods of time. Working conditions: • May work in low-lit areas • Must be able to withstand extreme weather conditions • Depending upon the location and workload, travel may be required • Field activities may include walking to and amidst work and/or construction sites, climbing in and out of trenches, working around heavy equipment and working in confined spaces • May be required to carry a company provided cell-phone and be available for responding to emergency situations 24/7 Supervisory responsibility: • Yes Preferred: • Demonstrated Mechanical, Electrical, and Instrumentation experience to compliment staff. • Previous interviewing and selecting experience for multiple positions. • A two or four year college degree preferred. Other responsibilities: • The above statements describe the general nature and level of work being performed. This position may perform other duties as assigned. • Project/Construction/Commissioning and Normal OPeration Phase Responsibilities

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