Manager - Regional Systems

Energy Transfer Midland , TX 79701

Posted 2 weeks ago

Essential Functions:

  • Manage a group of direct reports with the primary objective being to reduce lost gas on the system

  • Carry the LAUF message and effort across departmental groups

  • Work within the management team on the common goal of fostering and maintaining a safe workplace

  • Manage direct reports through the use of goals and objectives, performance management, compensation recommendations, training planning, and team building

  • Utilizing established procedures, continue to develop ways to capture lost or unaccounted for gas

  • Conduct or manage the estimating, design, procurement, scope, contracting, and budgets of smaller scale projects related to LAUF

  • Work with mapping and measurement information systems to extract pertinent data for requests from other internal groups

  • Coordinate information flow to continually update and improve accuracy of GIS systems

Essential Requirements:

  • Minimum of 7 years' experience in a management role (other types of high value experience may be considered in lieu of this requirement)

  • Knowledge of basic gas and liquid measurement principles and methods

  • Knowledge of gas compositions

  • Minimum educational requirement of high school diploma or GED

  • Ability to comprehend and meet requirements related to work safety as dictated by federal and state regulations and company policies and procedures

  • Sense of responsibility and urgency to effectively manage multiple and rapidly changing priorities

  • Very strong analytical and problem solving skills

  • Exceptional interpersonal skills with ability to lead and coach others

  • Highly ethical personal standards

  • Above average written and verbal communication skills commensurate with position

  • Computer literate and proficient in Microsoft Office applications, XMap, FlowCal, PGas, and other industry applications

Preferred Skills:

  • Bachelor's degree (or higher) in business, engineering, or other industry related discipline

  • 15 years' experience in the natural gas gathering and processing field with demonstrated increasing levels of authority, responsibility, and accountability

  • Ability to leverage above average knowledge of software applications to create new opportunities to spot and react to developing system losses

  • Ability to train others, both inside and outside of the assigned work group

Special Characteristics/

Job Requirements:
  • Must reside within 50 miles of reporting location (Midland, TX)

  • Successful candidate will be required to be available to respond to operational needs and emergency situations as they occur in a 24/7 industry

  • There will be some travel outside the assigned area for meetings, temporary assignments, and training

  • This position is subject to all applicable drug and alcohol regulations

  • Successful candidate will be able to work in a field environment that often requires lifting and carrying loads, entering and exiting ditches, climbing stairs and ladders, operating equipment, etc.

Equal Opportunity Employer/Disability/Vet


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