Facility Operator

Position Details

Reporting to the Supervisor Facility Operations, the Facility Operator’s role is responsible to perform tasks that support the safe and reliable operations and maintenance of Gibson’s operating assets. The position is responsible for carrying out activities to support day to day maintenance, regulatory compliance and execution of maintenance and growth projects while ensuring the integrity of facility assets and operations.

· Supports the safe and reliable operation of the Terminal, Custom treating and Rail Yard Facility.
· Understand the SCADA and controls of the facilities
· Conduct maintenance and repairs, equipment checks, and inspections.
· May perform other duties as assigned.

Asset Integrity and Maintenance
· Asset and environmental management.
· Submit projects and ideas to the budget process for potential implementation for the improvement of the facility.
· Identify non-value-added expenses/costs and assist with elimination of waste in day-to-day operating costs.
· Provide hands-on assistance to maintenance personnel as required.
· Ensure all maintenance projects and work are carried out in a safe and efficient manner and compliant with all applicable regulations.

· Demonstrate a personal commitment and proactive approach to Environment Health and Safety (EH&S) through participation in all applicable EH&S programs and ensures safe operation of the assets and compliance with all Company EH&S policies and procedures.
· Own the Gibson Energy’s Authorization to Work Program at their asset(s) and is aware of all work being performed in their respective location and identify any potential conflicts; work observations, inspections and other.
· Work with company Environmental & Regulatory Specialist to ensure all regulatory monitoring including groundwater, soil, and air is completed in a timely manner and meets all regulatory approval and provincial and federal requirements.
· Execute all ground disturbance requirements including the following activities:
o Processing of calls from Alberta One-Call or Saskatchewan 1st Call.
o Providing feedback to crossing, proximity, and temporary access agreements.
o Execute backfill supervision of third-party crossings as required.
· Provide emergency response, on-call support and relief coverage for facility management as required.
· Promote the Company’s strong safety culture by supporting EH&S related meetings, near miss, incident and compliance reporting and investigations.

· Functional technical skills with the ability to:
o Troubleshoot a broad spectrum of technical issues as it relates to crude oil processing (upstream and downstream) as well as terminal and pipeline facilities.
o Effectively analyze and organize data with minimal supervision.
o Understanding of budgets and operational cost management.
· People interpersonal skills with the ability to:
o Work collaboratively and effectively with functional areas, other operating areas and customers.
o Express ideas clearly, both in written and oral communication.
o Mentor, coach and develop direct reports, create a climate in which people want to do their best.
· Ability to prioritize assignments, deal with interruptions, and meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment.
· Outline specific skills required to carry out the accountabilities identified above. Be clear and concise. (Note: Education and experience should be noted in the Qualifications section). Refer to Instructions Document for examples. Represent and promote the company in a responsible, positive and professional manner.
· Self motivated, team player, able to work well under pressure.

· High School Diploma is required. Post secondary or trade/power engineering education is an assets.
· 2-5 years experience in operations or maintenance in support of crude oil processing (upstream and downstream) or terminal and pipeline facilities.
· Will be required to participate in the SOLIS/training program for the appropriate operations level.
· Proficient in the use of PC’s and Microsoft Windows software, including Word and Excel.

· Field based position with minimal travel to other operating sites or Calgary Head Office.
· Work involves hands-on support of active operations and maintenance in an outdoor environment
· Must be available to support outside normal work hours and on-call emergency response.
· This job is subject to pre-employment drug and alcohol testing as outlined in Gibson Energy’s Drug & Alcohol policy.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of employees so classified.


Gibson Energy ULC


AB - Rimbey

Opening Date

Sep 11, 2019