Sustainability Engineer - Gibson Energy
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Job status: Permanent Full time
Department: Project Development & Engineering
Gibson Energy is a leading oil-focused infrastructure company headquartered in Calgary, Alberta. With nearly 14 million barrels of storage, and over 500 km of crude pipelines, we touch 1 in every 4 barrels produced in Western Canada. Utilizing this focused asset base, along with our dedicated and talented employees, we help create value for our customers while generating stable, long-term cash flow.
What it’s like to Work Here
At Gibson Energy, we are powered by the diverse, skilled and innovative talents of our employees to ensure safe and responsible operations. We take pride in being a trusted member of our communities where employees have an important role in positively impacting their communities where we live, work and play. It’s our people that make coming to work everyday enjoyable and sharing successes together so rewarding.
Ultimately, our strategically located facilities, combined with our best-in-class market connectivity and a long-term growth outlook, help us connect our customers to markets, our employees to exciting and rewarding careers and investors to long-term value.
Reporting to the Director, Engineering, the Sustainability Engineer directly supports Gibson’s efficiency reduction efforts. The key support areas include owning/maintaining the Gibson GHG emissions model and the development of infrastructure solutions to achieve our commitments to reduce our emissions intensity and absolute emissions across our business units. The Sustainability Engineer drives idea generation, technology discovery, cost estimating, and detailed engineering for new renewable energy infrastructure projects and facility upgrades.
What You’ll be Doing
- Maintains/owns the Gibson GHG Emissions Model; updates forecasts based on emissions data and analyzes GHG impacts of new projects.
- Investigates the latest technologies related to GHG emissions reductions as applicable to Gibson Energy infrastructure assets and future opportunities. This includes know
- Develops and maintains an overall technical opportunities and development roadmap to meeting Gibson GHG emissions targets
- Develops business cases for new sustainability related projects to be presented for approval by project stakeholders, executive, and board of directors.
- Completes various project activities and deliverables including but not limited to scope definition, preliminary engineering design, cost estimating, and Front-End Engineering Design (manages 3rd party) in support of emissions reductions opportunities.
- Conducts various reviews with project stakeholders including executive-level stakeholders to ensure internal and external customer’s needs and expectations are addressed by proposed projects.
- Key member of the Gibson Climate Change and Emissions Working Group including providing direct input into emissions targets and STIP metrics.
- Ensures regulatory compliance for all proposed designs as well as adherence to good engineering practices.
- Develops and fosters strong, positive working relationships with internal and external stakeholders (i.e. Operations, Marketing, Commercial Development, Customers, Engineering contractors, Regulators, Government etc.).
- Demonstrates a personal commitment and proactive approach to Environment, Health & Safety (EH&S) through participation in all applicable EH&S programs and ensures safe operation of the branch, team or unit and compliance with all Company EH&S policies and procedures.
- May perform other duties as assigned.
What You Will Bring
- Degree in Mechanical, Electrical, Process or Industrial Engineering from a university program that is recognized by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board or is a related program that the APEGA Board of Examiners considers to be equivalent.
- Ability to register with APEGA as a Professional Engineer (P.Eng.) is required.
- Minimum 7+ years of experience in the design, construction, and/or operation of renewable energy assets is required. Experience working within a Midstream Oil and Gas liquids environment is preferred.
- Demonstrates working knowledge of relevant codes and other technical regulations and standards including applicable local, provincial, and national statutes and guidelines.
- Ability to effectively prioritize and manage concurrent and varied expectations.
- Exhibits innovation when developing and evaluating alternate solutions.
- Ability to foresee potential issues or problems through strong planning and organizing skills.
- Demonstrates excellent interpersonal, organizational, communication and analytical skills.
- Demonstrates proficiency using a computer and communication tools such as; email, internet, Microsoft products, and engineering applications.
- Demonstrates proficiency using scheduling and project management software.
- The majority of the work is performed in an office environment.
Please note: all employment offers are contingent upon completion of satisfactory background check, which, depending upon the position and function you are applying for, may include the following: criminal background check, employment references, employment verification, credit inquiry check and education/credential verification.
In addition, if the position you are applying for is deemed safety sensitive, applicants extended an offer will be required to undergo a Drug & Alcohol screening process. All employment offers are contingent upon a successful completion of this screening process.