Responsibility for the establishment and operational management of the pipeline integrity business unit to achieve growth and profit in line with the budget and strategic plan.
NDT, inspection, engineering or materials qualifications or trade qualifications in an engineering discipline with project management or supervisory experience.
Minimum 5 years supervisory experience in a field related to testing, inspection or asset care services.
Relevant industry experience with extensive exposure to the pipeline integrity sector.
In-depth knowledge of relevant legislation, codes, standards and technology associated with pipeline integrity.
Well-developed written and oral communication, including report writing skills.
Sound computer literacy skills, proficiency with MS Office software.
A working knowledge of relevant acts, codes, standards and regulations.
Strong knowledge of pipeline integrity industry.
Independence and impartiality.
Proficient computer skills.
Good verbal and written communication skills, as well as interpersonal skills.
Ability to work in a team environment.
Ability to maintain high level safety culture.
Commitment to the ALS core values:
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