Based in the heart of the Adelaide CBD, SEA Gas is a well established natural gas transmission business which owns and operates 800km of essential pipeline infrastructure in south-western Victoria and South Australia. SEA Gas brings energy to the community delivering to gas fired power stations and servicing industrial, commercial and residential needs in both states. With a culture that fosters and rewards performance, collaborative teamwork and creative thinking, SEA Gas brings together a team of experienced professionals from across the energy sector with a vision to be the best infrastructure company linking Australia.
This key role is accountable for engineering work related to Pipeline Systems with a particular focus on pipeline facilities, including:
- asset management strategic planning;
- maintenance scope development and procedure oversight;
- technical support for both metropolitan and remote facilities along the length of the pipeline system;
- preparing technical specifications for procurement, design and modifications; and
- engineering change management.
Applications are sought from engineering professionals with oil and gas or pipeline operation experience. Engineering qualifications (preferably mechanical or chemical), enabling membership of the Institute of Engineers Australia, is essential. Familiarity with Australian Standards, codes and legislation within the industry will be required. Also important will be excellent relationship building skills combined with sound written communication abilities sufficient to prepare technical reports to meet pipeline licence requirements.
The role will suit an experienced gas/pipeline engineer keen to join this progressive and growing organisation in a key engineering and asset management role. A competitive remuneration package with a performance based bonus structure is on offer.
For a job and person specification, please click on the PDF icon above or below, and for further information on our client, please visit seagas.com.au
Applications should be addressed to Andrew Reed. Please click on the Apply Today button to submit your application.
For a confidential discussion, please call Lucy Dinnison-Mitchell or Christian Gaszner on (08) 8100 8827.