Your APGA membership allows you to advertise your system's job openings. Your listing can also be placed in APGA's bi-weekly Public Gas News publication which goes out in printed and electronic copies to our members. The APGA member price for posting a job advertisement in Public Gas News is $100.00 for 100 words or less and 25 cents for each additional word. APGA does not allow non-members to post job advertisements in APGA publications effective March 2015. To view print rates & policies please click here. To post a job, please contact APGA Communications Manager John Powers at email@example.com or 202 464 2742.
APGA is pleased to announce a new position available to join our team in Washington, DC.
Director, Pipeline Operations & Safety
The Director reports to the APGA Vice President, Operations & Safety (O&S), and will be groomed to succeed the Vice President who is responsible for APGA programs and services to promote the safe design, construction, operation and maintenance of member utilities’ natural gas piping systems.
The VP O&S is the primary contact for APGA member systems, the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA), other federal agencies, the press, and other interests concerning APGA policies and activities associated with pipeline safety.
The VP O&S works with the Operations & Safety Committee and other internal groups to develop a comprehensive strategy and approach to address issues related to the safe and efficient design, construction, operation and maintenance of natural gas piping systems; and continually strives to increase the involvement and awareness of APGA and its members in the operational safety arena. This position is the primary advisor to the APGA President & CEO on all the issues and matters described herein; and also serves as the Staff Executive to the Operations & Safety Committee, as well as other committees, subcommittees, task groups, and ad hoc groups as assigned by the President & CEO.
The VP O&S also serves as the Chief Operating Officer for the APGA Security and Integrity Foundation (SIF), a separate corporation that develops products and services to assist small operators to address safety and security issues.
The Director should be familiar with pipeline safety, operations and maintenance of natural gas utilities, distribution integrity management, and, be an effective communicator both in writing and through public speaking. A PE license would be a plus.
Please send a resume and salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Energy Services Design Engineering Manager - Monroe, NC
The City of Monroe Energy Services Department is seeking a highly skilled professional for the Design Engineering Manager position. The City of Monroe is centrally located between the mountains and the ocean in Union County, NC. According to recent U.S. Census Bureau figures, Union County is one of the top 20 fastest growing counties in the country. Union County offers a mix of suburban with numerous neighborhoods and shopping, and rural areas with farms and open spaces. People are moving to Union County for both the suburban and rural lifestyles as well as for the abundant recreational activities, access to quality healthcare, and highly-rated schools. With close proximity to Charlotte, residents have the ability to enjoy a variety of professional sporting events including: NASCAR’s events at Charlotte Motor Speedway – All Star Race, Coca-Cola 600, and Bank of America 500, NFL’s Carolina Panthers, NBA’s Charlotte Bobcats, PGA – The Wells Fargo Championship, Chiquita Classic, AAA Baseball – Charlotte Knights, and AHL Hockey – Charlotte Checkers. The area has a wealth of large parks offering playgrounds, fishing, swimming, camping, etc., and an abundance of golf courses for recreational activities.
Under the supervision of the General Manager of Engineering, Transmission, Maintenance, and Compliance, the Design Engineering Manager performs and oversees staff to provide design and specifications for electric, natural gas, and fiber optic infrastructure to comply with City standards, safety standards, NESC, Pipeline Safety Act, OSHA, and other industry standards/regulations. In addition to the design and specifications of projects, the Design Engineering Manager oversees energy audits for customers, development and implementation of marketing plans for both utilities, and assists with the construction standards and long-term planning for both utilities. The selected individual must possess thorough knowledge of policies, procedures, best practices for electric and gas utility work and exceptional analytical reasoning skills, with the ability to make informed, evidence-based decisions, and maintain effective working relationships with subordinates, associates, contractors, and the general public.
The City of Monroe Energy Services operates both electric and gas systems for the residents of Union County. The electric system is primarily located within the City limits, while the gas systems is spread throughout Union County. Both systems have great load factors with industrial loads representing more than 50% of the annual total. The City of Monroe has an electric transmission loop, while serving distribution voltages 34.5 kV and 13.2 kV to our approximately 11,000 customers. The City of Monroe is the only municipal gas transmission operator in North Carolina and is currently in the process of becoming the second municipal LNG operator in North Carolina. The distribution system serves the citizens of Monroe as well as the Towns of Unionville, Mineral Springs, Wingate, and Marshville with a total of approximately 11,000 gas customers. The City of Monroe Energy Services total budget exceeds $80 million annually and total assets exceed $135 million.
The selected candidate must have a combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with major course work in civil, electrical, or mechanical engineering or a related field and considerable experience in public works or utility engineering. Possession of a Professional Engineer’s license is required. The candidate must possess an appropriate driver's license valid in the state of North Carolina. The compensation range for this position is $68,307 to $132,745. Apply online at www.monroenc.org and select Employment Opportunities. EOE/Drug Free.