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Contract Senior Facility Integrity Inspector

The Integrity Management Site Execution Team has an excellent opportunity for an experienced Integrity Inspector. In this site-based role, you will be part of the Cenovus Integrity Management team reporting to the Manager of Integrity Management Site Execution. General Responsibilities• Working closely with the corporate Chief Inspector, integrity engineering and the field work teams and supporting the ongoing development and sustainment of the Cenovus Integrity Management Program.• Responsible for performing integrity inspections, integrity assessments and for maintaining regulatory compliance of the assets in your area• Apply your broad experience and knowledge of integrity, inspection, damage mechanisms, risk assessments/mitigation, codes/regulatory requirements, and operations to help ensure integrity programs are effective.• Responsible for developing repair scopes for replace in kind.• Assist in the development and tracking of Key Performance Indicators within Integrity Management• Develop and peer review inspection scopes to support the Thorough Inspection Program• Assess PRD service records and re-validate the service intervals• Support equipment criticality and ranking assessments• Support annual equipment inspection interval review• Support the inspection interval revision/deferral process• Support implementation and sustainment of the piping integrity program• Support stakeholder engagement with the planning teams, facility engineering, operations and process safety• Support the field condition monitoring program• Support inspection field execution as required• Support the development of preventative maintenance programs Working Conditions• This position is a full time, site-based position at the Sunrise Oil Sands facility in the Fort McMurray region• The position is an 8/6 shift rotation with 12hr days• Cenovus supplies flights from the travel hubs of Calgary and Edmonton to the Suncor air strip followed by a short bus ride to the facility• Cenovus provides accommodations in its camps located at the Sunrise facility• The time is expected to be about 60% spent on office based duties environment and 40% performing onsite field inspections.• Due to the nature of the industrial process, the successful candidate may be exposed to a variety of conditions within the operating facility such as but not limited to, heat, humidity, cold, dirty, noise, confined spaces, and heights.• Fast paced team environment with collaboration amongst many teams Qualifications• Must be legally entitled to work in Canada• A recognized engineering technology diploma in welding, materials, or mechanical engineering is preferred• Must have certification as an Alberta In-service Pressure Equipment Inspector and API-510• Certification in API-570, 653, NB-23, NACE are assets• Must have strong knowledge of corrosion and mitigation strategies and NDE techniques• Must be knowledgeable and proficient with jurisdictional requirements, ASME construction and post construction codes, API in-service inspection codes and recommended practices• Must have well-developed communication and interpersonal skills, and able to work collaboratively in a multi-disciplinary team• Must be highly organized with proven skills to manage a large number of concurrent activities• Must have strong judgment, analytical and business skills• Must have strong computer skills, including proficiency in MS Office, Adobe/Bluebeam• Ability to travel 
4 days ago

Contract Senior Emissions Management Engineer/Advisor - Reporting

The applicant will be required to embrace change and be agile handing multiple requests and requirements adhering to timelines, under the direction of Senior Engineers/Advisors who have overall accountability for their portfolios.This role is suited to an applicant that wants to gain or expand knowledge regarding air emissions regulations, compliance reporting, supporting internal stakeholders regarding air emissions data, programs, and requirements.As an individual contributor the applicant will be required to work with subject matter experts from many different functions within Cenovus. Responsibilities:Reporting to the Manager of the Air Emissions Management team, the incumbent will be responsible to provide support and technical guidance for emission reporting programs related to Federal and Provincial air emission regulations, (Greenhouse Gas and Criteria Air Contaminant reporting programs). This role requires competencies related to effective communications, change agility, collaboration, organizational aspects and driving results while working with multi-disciplinary teams. This position also supports Cenovus’ companywide air emissions data that is required for corporate performance metrics and internal/external reporting.Responsibilities will be overseen by the teams’ Senior Emissions Management Engineers/Advisors and will comprise of the following:•Gather and organize operational and volumetric data to support emissions reporting.•Support Greenhouse Gas and compliance reporting aspects as directed by the SMEs for Upstream (BC, AB, SK) facilities and sites, Midstream (AB, SK) facilities and Downstream (AB, SK) facilities.•Compile emissions data using dashboards, software, and visualizations.•Complete annual reports for Government agencies through external reporting platforms.•Support technical questions and projects regarding compliance with existing and emerging regulations.•Provide additional support for other air emission compliance programs as required.•Supporting data compilation and quality assurance activities associated with corporate emissions forecasting and internal/external reporting of Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions). Deliverables:Support daily requirements of:Greenhouse gas and criteria air contaminant emissions quantification and reporting.Emissions data compilation for internal and external reporting.Emissions compliance support for internal stakeholder (operations and projects). Competencies:The role requires strong skills in the following areas:CommunicationEffective communication required with many different stakeholders. Must relate technical information easily to all audiences in a concise and respectful manner.CollaborationThe ability to collaborate with multiple teams and groups in an effective way to achieve required results. May be required to support industry advocacy groups and represent Cenovus’ interests.Technical and Professional ExpertiseMust be willing to learn and expand current knowledge of emissions management and data reporting while sharing and supporting others.Enables AgilityMaintain an open mind to understanding how to deliver results while remaining agile to business needs and requirements.Drives ResultsRemain focus on program and task completion while respecting timelines and requirements set by the organization, will be required to work in multi-disciplinary teams Qualifications:•Prefer professional designation with a recognized association (APEGA, ASET, others).•Understanding of Federal and Provincial air emission reporting and compliance requirements in Canada.•Familiarity with Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions & reporting.•Excellent collaboration, written and oral communication, organizational, and time management skills.•Ability to learn new concepts and systems quickly while delivering results in a timely manner.•Proficiency with Microsoft Office, emissions aggregation software and/or data analytics systems (Spotfire/Power BI). 
6 days ago

Contract Senior Emissions Management Engineer/Advisor - Emissions Compliance

The main deliverables of this role are to support the existing SME with:•Coordination of MSAPR & Benzene compliance programs.•Regulatory & internal reporting of emissions and compliance obligations•Supporting emissions data management for internal and external requirements. The applicant will be required to embrace change and be agile with different requests and requirements adhering to timelines, under the direction of the Senior Emissions Management Engineer accountable for the portfolio.This role is suited to an applicant that wants to gain or expand knowledge regarding air emissions regulations, compliance reporting, supporting internal stakeholders regarding air emissions data, programs, and requirements.As an individual contributor the applicant will be required to work with subject matter experts from many different functions within Cenovus. Responsibilities:Reporting to the Manager of the Air Emissions Management team, the incumbent will be responsible to provide support and technical guidance for emission compliance programs related to Federal and Provincial air emission regulations, (Environment and Climate Change Canada - Multi-Sector Air Pollutant Regulations, Alberta Energy Regulator Directives). This role requires competencies related to effective communications, change agility, collaboration, organizational aspects and driving results while working with multi-disciplinary teams. This position also supports Cenovus’ companywide air emissions data that is required for corporate performance metrics and internal/external reporting.Responsibilities will be overseen by the Senior Emissions Management Engineer and will comprise of the following:•Supporting the Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) NOx Multi-Sector Air Pollutants Regulation (MSAPR) – Part 1 Boilers and Heaters & Part 2 Spark-Ignited Engines Portfolio•Provide ongoing engine/boiler/heater fleet management for compliance.•Communicate regulation updates and changes to the business units in Canada.•Develop compliance strategy and communicate implementation timelines to stakeholders.•Support technical projects regarding compliance with existing and emerging regulations (i.e. new engine procurement, emissions abatement technologies)•Work with maintenance & operations for performance testing, emission checks, equipment operation & abatement requirements.•Report emissions using dashboards, software, and visualizations.•Manage documentation related to emissions and equipment testing.•Management of glycol dehydrator (benzene) fleet compliance.•Complete annual reports for Government agencies through external reporting platforms.•Provide additional support for other air emission compliance programs as required.•Supporting data compilation and quality assurance activities associated with corporate emissions forecasting and internal/external reporting of Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions). Deliverables:Support daily requirements of:ECCC MSAPR Part 1 (Boiler/) and Part 2 (Engines) portfolioBenzene (AER Directive 39) complianceCompletion of annual air emission compliance reports as specified.Supporting emissions data compilation for internal and external reporting. Competencies:The role requires strong skills in the following areas:CommunicationEffective communication required with many different stakeholders. Must relate technical information easily to all audiences in a concise and respectful manner.CollaborationThe ability to collaborate with multiple teams and groups in an effective way to achieve required results. May be required to support industry advocacy groups and represent Cenovus’ interests.Technical and Professional ExpertiseMust be willing to learn and expand current knowledge of emissions management and data reporting while sharing and supporting others.Enables AgilityMaintain an open mind to understanding how to deliver results while remaining agile to business needs and requirements.Drives ResultsRemain focus on program and task completion while respecting timelines and requirements set by the organization, will be required to work in multi-disciplinary teams. Qualifications:•Prefer professional designation with a recognized association (APEGA, ASET, others).•Understanding of Federal and Provincial air emission reporting and compliance requirements in Canada.•Familiarity with Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions & reporting.•Excellent collaboration, written and oral communication, organizational, and time management skills.•Ability to learn new concepts and systems quickly while delivering results in a timely manner.•Proficiency with Microsoft Office, emissions aggregation software and/or data analytics systems (Spotfire/Power BI). 
6 days ago

Contract Civil Designer

The Civil Designer is accountable to collaborate within a multi-disciplinary environment which includes working with all engineering disciplines to plan and design Earthwork’s projects. This position is best suited to individuals who have great multi-tasking skills, can quickly interpret client’s needs while being organized and team focused. The successful candidate will have a strong AutoCAD Civil 3D drafting background and be proficient in using ArcGIS 10.2.Location: Calgary Office with limited field travel as required Accountabilities & Responsibilities:• Work in conjunction with the asset teams to plan existing and future earthworks projects such as pads, infrastructure, access road corridors, geotechnical investigations and winter drilling programs• Prepare conceptual sketches and detailed grading drawings to assist development teams to make informed effective decisions• Optimize proposed project footprints through multi-disciplinary collaboration. Analyze, quantify, and communicate cost effective and risk averse alternatives.• Coordinate meetings to achieve multi-disciplinary consensus on footprints prior to survey and Earthworks execution• Understand the Cenovus safe work practices and procedures and implement into design standards and specifications• Provide technical support on construction projects through estimating, quantity take-offs, surveying and material analysis using AutoCAD Civil 3D and/or ArcGIS• Attend all key Capital Field Project Scheduling and Planning meetings to ensure project timelines are communicated and adhered to• General understanding of Cenovus and industry environmental and regulatory guidelines and standards Preferred Knowledge, Skills and Experience:• Must be legally entitled to work in Canada• ASET member or equivalent• Must have strong computer skills• Corridor modeling, mass haul diagram plan production, storm water management and design experience, slope, pond and ditching design, culvert sizing calculations/analysis, Autoturn and Autolisp programming would all be considered assets• Ability to assist in developing automated tools using ArcGIS 10.2 model builder and python to automate surface planning activities• Solid understanding of earthwork construction practices• Strong desire to learn, execute, improve and take accountability for company and team success• Ability to use rigorous logic and methods to solve difficult problems with effective solutions• Can effectively cope with change and shift gears comfortably• Ability to create effective working relationships within a fast pace multi-disciplinary environment• Excellent organizational skills
73 days ago

Contract Senior Facility Integrity Inspector

The Integrity Management Site Execution Team has an excellent opportunity for an experienced Integrity Inspector. In this site-based role, you will be part of the Cenovus Integrity Management team reporting to the Manager of Integrity Management Site Execution. General Responsibilities• Working closely with the corporate Chief Inspector, integrity engineering and the field work teams and supporting the ongoing development and sustainment of the Cenovus Integrity Management Program.• Responsible for performing integrity inspections, integrity assessments and for maintaining regulatory compliance of the assets in your area• Apply your broad experience and knowledge of integrity, inspection, damage mechanisms, risk assessments/mitigation, codes/regulatory requirements, and operations to help ensure integrity programs are effective.• Responsible for developing repair scopes for replace in kind.• Assist in the development and tracking of Key Performance Indicators within Integrity Management• Develop and peer review inspection scopes to support the Thorough Inspection Program• Assess PRD service records and re-validate the service intervals• Support equipment criticality and ranking assessments• Support annual equipment inspection interval review• Support the inspection interval revision/deferral process• Support implementation and sustainment of the piping integrity program• Support stakeholder engagement with the planning teams, facility engineering, operations and process safety• Support the field condition monitoring program• Support inspection field execution as required• Support the development of preventative maintenance programs Working Conditions• This position is a full time, site-based position at the Sunrise Oil Sands facility in the Fort McMurray region• The position is an 8/6 shift rotation with 12hr days• Cenovus supplies flights from the travel hubs of Calgary and Edmonton to the Suncor air strip followed by a short bus ride to the facility• Cenovus provides accommodations in its camps located at the Sunrise facility• The time is expected to be about 60% spent on office based duties environment and 40% performing onsite field inspections.• Due to the nature of the industrial process, the successful candidate may be exposed to a variety of conditions within the operating facility such as but not limited to, heat, humidity, cold, dirty, noise, confined spaces, and heights.• Fast paced team environment with collaboration amongst many teams Qualifications• Must be legally entitled to work in Canada• A recognized engineering technology diploma in welding, materials, or mechanical engineering is preferred• Must have certification as an Alberta In-service Pressure Equipment Inspector and API-510• Certification in API-570, 653, NB-23, NACE are assets• Must have strong knowledge of corrosion and mitigation strategies and NDE techniques• Must be knowledgeable and proficient with jurisdictional requirements, ASME construction and post construction codes, API in-service inspection codes and recommended practices• Must have well-developed communication and interpersonal skills, and able to work collaboratively in a multi-disciplinary team• Must be highly organized with proven skills to manage a large number of concurrent activities• Must have strong judgment, analytical and business skills• Must have strong computer skills, including proficiency in MS Office, Adobe/Bluebeam• Ability to travel 

Contract Senior Emissions Management Engineer/Advisor - Reporting

The applicant will be required to embrace change and be agile handing multiple requests and requirements adhering to timelines, under the direction of Senior Engineers/Advisors who have overall accountability for their portfolios.This role is suited to an applicant that wants to gain or expand knowledge regarding air emissions regulations, compliance reporting, supporting internal stakeholders regarding air emissions data, programs, and requirements.As an individual contributor the applicant will be required to work with subject matter experts from many different functions within Cenovus. Responsibilities:Reporting to the Manager of the Air Emissions Management team, the incumbent will be responsible to provide support and technical guidance for emission reporting programs related to Federal and Provincial air emission regulations, (Greenhouse Gas and Criteria Air Contaminant reporting programs). This role requires competencies related to effective communications, change agility, collaboration, organizational aspects and driving results while working with multi-disciplinary teams. This position also supports Cenovus’ companywide air emissions data that is required for corporate performance metrics and internal/external reporting.Responsibilities will be overseen by the teams’ Senior Emissions Management Engineers/Advisors and will comprise of the following:•Gather and organize operational and volumetric data to support emissions reporting.•Support Greenhouse Gas and compliance reporting aspects as directed by the SMEs for Upstream (BC, AB, SK) facilities and sites, Midstream (AB, SK) facilities and Downstream (AB, SK) facilities.•Compile emissions data using dashboards, software, and visualizations.•Complete annual reports for Government agencies through external reporting platforms.•Support technical questions and projects regarding compliance with existing and emerging regulations.•Provide additional support for other air emission compliance programs as required.•Supporting data compilation and quality assurance activities associated with corporate emissions forecasting and internal/external reporting of Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions). Deliverables:Support daily requirements of:Greenhouse gas and criteria air contaminant emissions quantification and reporting.Emissions data compilation for internal and external reporting.Emissions compliance support for internal stakeholder (operations and projects). Competencies:The role requires strong skills in the following areas:CommunicationEffective communication required with many different stakeholders. Must relate technical information easily to all audiences in a concise and respectful manner.CollaborationThe ability to collaborate with multiple teams and groups in an effective way to achieve required results. May be required to support industry advocacy groups and represent Cenovus’ interests.Technical and Professional ExpertiseMust be willing to learn and expand current knowledge of emissions management and data reporting while sharing and supporting others.Enables AgilityMaintain an open mind to understanding how to deliver results while remaining agile to business needs and requirements.Drives ResultsRemain focus on program and task completion while respecting timelines and requirements set by the organization, will be required to work in multi-disciplinary teams Qualifications:•Prefer professional designation with a recognized association (APEGA, ASET, others).•Understanding of Federal and Provincial air emission reporting and compliance requirements in Canada.•Familiarity with Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions & reporting.•Excellent collaboration, written and oral communication, organizational, and time management skills.•Ability to learn new concepts and systems quickly while delivering results in a timely manner.•Proficiency with Microsoft Office, emissions aggregation software and/or data analytics systems (Spotfire/Power BI). 

Contract Senior Emissions Management Engineer/Advisor - Emissions Compliance

The main deliverables of this role are to support the existing SME with:•Coordination of MSAPR & Benzene compliance programs.•Regulatory & internal reporting of emissions and compliance obligations•Supporting emissions data management for internal and external requirements. The applicant will be required to embrace change and be agile with different requests and requirements adhering to timelines, under the direction of the Senior Emissions Management Engineer accountable for the portfolio.This role is suited to an applicant that wants to gain or expand knowledge regarding air emissions regulations, compliance reporting, supporting internal stakeholders regarding air emissions data, programs, and requirements.As an individual contributor the applicant will be required to work with subject matter experts from many different functions within Cenovus. Responsibilities:Reporting to the Manager of the Air Emissions Management team, the incumbent will be responsible to provide support and technical guidance for emission compliance programs related to Federal and Provincial air emission regulations, (Environment and Climate Change Canada - Multi-Sector Air Pollutant Regulations, Alberta Energy Regulator Directives). This role requires competencies related to effective communications, change agility, collaboration, organizational aspects and driving results while working with multi-disciplinary teams. This position also supports Cenovus’ companywide air emissions data that is required for corporate performance metrics and internal/external reporting.Responsibilities will be overseen by the Senior Emissions Management Engineer and will comprise of the following:•Supporting the Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) NOx Multi-Sector Air Pollutants Regulation (MSAPR) – Part 1 Boilers and Heaters & Part 2 Spark-Ignited Engines Portfolio•Provide ongoing engine/boiler/heater fleet management for compliance.•Communicate regulation updates and changes to the business units in Canada.•Develop compliance strategy and communicate implementation timelines to stakeholders.•Support technical projects regarding compliance with existing and emerging regulations (i.e. new engine procurement, emissions abatement technologies)•Work with maintenance & operations for performance testing, emission checks, equipment operation & abatement requirements.•Report emissions using dashboards, software, and visualizations.•Manage documentation related to emissions and equipment testing.•Management of glycol dehydrator (benzene) fleet compliance.•Complete annual reports for Government agencies through external reporting platforms.•Provide additional support for other air emission compliance programs as required.•Supporting data compilation and quality assurance activities associated with corporate emissions forecasting and internal/external reporting of Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions). Deliverables:Support daily requirements of:ECCC MSAPR Part 1 (Boiler/) and Part 2 (Engines) portfolioBenzene (AER Directive 39) complianceCompletion of annual air emission compliance reports as specified.Supporting emissions data compilation for internal and external reporting. Competencies:The role requires strong skills in the following areas:CommunicationEffective communication required with many different stakeholders. Must relate technical information easily to all audiences in a concise and respectful manner.CollaborationThe ability to collaborate with multiple teams and groups in an effective way to achieve required results. May be required to support industry advocacy groups and represent Cenovus’ interests.Technical and Professional ExpertiseMust be willing to learn and expand current knowledge of emissions management and data reporting while sharing and supporting others.Enables AgilityMaintain an open mind to understanding how to deliver results while remaining agile to business needs and requirements.Drives ResultsRemain focus on program and task completion while respecting timelines and requirements set by the organization, will be required to work in multi-disciplinary teams. Qualifications:•Prefer professional designation with a recognized association (APEGA, ASET, others).•Understanding of Federal and Provincial air emission reporting and compliance requirements in Canada.•Familiarity with Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions & reporting.•Excellent collaboration, written and oral communication, organizational, and time management skills.•Ability to learn new concepts and systems quickly while delivering results in a timely manner.•Proficiency with Microsoft Office, emissions aggregation software and/or data analytics systems (Spotfire/Power BI). 
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