Scope of Work - Main duties, settings, geography, reporting relationships, other relationships:
A Gas Technician at Maine Natural Gas (MNG) is responsible for carrying out the tasks required for the safe operation and maintenance of MNGs Transmission system, Distribution systems, Metering & Regulating Stations, and District Regulator Stations.
MAJOR ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (Scope of work - range of responsibilities):
Weekly on call rotation
Inspection of work performed by contractors
Meter installation and reading
Emergency response to gas odor calls
Operation and maintenance of metering and regulating stations
Operation and maintenance of district regulator stations
Emergency response to alarms at stations
Locating facilities in response to Dig Safe calls / QAQC of contractor Dig Safes
Periodic testing, inspection, and leak surveys
Perform Gas Analysis and Safety Demonstrations
Assume the duties of the Operations Supervisor in his absence
Record keeping in accordance with MNGs Operating & Maintenance procedures
Work with Marketing to locate meters and service for new customers
Inspection of work performed by the construction coordinator
After hours response to Augusta with in 1 hour from residence while on call.
A Company vehicle is assigned to each Gas Technician (at discretion of company). It shall be the Gas Technicians responsibility to:
Operate the vehicle courteously and in accordance with all laws of the State of Maine or any other state in the event that out-of-state travel is required. Keep the vehicle clean and neat to project a good company image Assure that the vehicle receives the necessary repairs, periodic maintenance and state inspections to keep it operating safely and reliably.
Must possess a valid, Maine driver's license. If coming from out-of-state, shall possess a valid driver's license in the state of residence and obtain a Maine license within three months of starting work.
Must have or ability to obtain, Maine Fuel Board Propane and Natural Gas Technician License within 6 months of hire date.
High School Diploma with one year work experience required.
Associates Degree in Engineering Technology, Construction Engineering preferred (No work experience required with Associates).
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