Kinder Morgan Measurement Lab Analyst in HOUSTON, Texas
Measurement Lab Analyst
Job ID #: 22438
1 - 3 Years
0172 -ENG SVCES METROLOGY :KMI
This position will be responsible for testing field metrology equipment and training. Other responsibilities will include, providing Daniel and ABB field GC troubleshooting support, performing gas analysis on several lab chromatographs, and additional activities within the Kinder Morgan Measurement Lab- KMML. The individual must possess the ability to associate with a wide variety of people (personalities, skill and education levels, etc.) with tact, courtesy and professionalism. Daily activities include:
Testing, certification and calibration of measurement test equipment.
Providing technical support and assistance to Field Operations personnel with equipment such as Daniel/ABB gas chromatographs and other gas quality devices.
Gas analysis through the use of gas chromatographs and gas quality analyzers.
Other responsibilities include evaluation of new gas measurement / monitoring technology.
Enhancing / developing laboratory procedures.
Travel estimated from 0 to 10% of the time to field sites and offices with occasional overnight stays.
Effectively prioritize workload between multiple projects
Ability to take on new projects and shift priorities on short notice
Must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license and a driving record satisfactory to company and its insurer
Employee needs to possess the ability to lift and or move objects weighing 50 lbs.
Employee should possess good mechanical and electronic skills.
Educational Requirements (minimal requirements and any additional education or training that would be helpful) An Engineering degree from an accredited institution – candidates with extensive experience (2+ years) and knowledge of the Measurement discipline may be considered without an Engineering degree. Candidates with an Associate’s degree in a related technical subject such as I&E or related military technical training will also be considered. Job Requirements (specific experience, skills, knowledge, certifications, licenses, competencies, working conditions)
Display skills in human relations and have the ability to work effectively and safely with fellow employees, customers and external contacts.
Possess logical, problem-solving, analytical skills.
Be able to maintain objectivity and make recommendations based on results.
Possess the ability to analyze problems from multiple perspectives and make sound recommendations.
Be detail oriented and have good record-keeping skills.
Be skilled in the use of software such Microsoft Office.
Proven ability to work in a team environment.
Effective written and oral communication skills.
Strong focus on safe work practices.
Able to complete work assignments with little supervision in an acceptable time frame.
Must be able to work with a team, take direction from supervisors, keep required work schedules, focus attention on details, and follow work rules.
Intermediate computer skills.
Preferred Experience, Skills and Knowledge (above the minimum requirements; not required, but advantageous in this position)
Knowledge of metrology and natural gas industry experience is preferred. Knowledge of industry’s regulatory compliance requirements and standards.
Advanced computer skills
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