The Williams Companies, Inc.
Responsibilities : Maintain equipment and perform repairs on plant processing equipment and all administrative functions associated with these duties Maintains critical operating data relating to plant flows, pressures and temperatures Monitors control room instruments to control operating pressures, flows and temperature conditions as well as product storage facilities so that they stay within safe and efficient operation ranges. Maintains accurate daily logs Adherence to policies and procedures Discipline to perform work safely Controls plant operations, solves complex problems and coordinates the efforts of plant personnel and contractors through start up, shutdown, housekeeping, safety and general operations Work independently under periodic supervision for highly complex and non-routine task Regularly perform a wide spectrum of non-routine, moderate to high-complexity assignments requiring technical evaluation Maintain confidentialities while demonstrating professional conduct and business ethics Consistently display proficiency in teamwork, interpersonal and mentoring skills Readily identify, promptly act upon or efficiently organize any efforts needed to address safety and operational efficiencies, and protection of community, personnel, environment and assets Reads, comprehends and utilizes complex operations and maintenance manuals Training of less experienced operators Collaborates with field personnel and gas control to enhance company performance Must be able to work out of doors; requires occasional heavy lifting and climbing 12 hours shift work is required Required Qualifications: High School Diploma required or equivalent Computer\/Microsoft Office Applications; Maximo Asset Management System preferred Possess at least 3 year of experience in the natural gas industry or equivalent industry as an Operations Technician Have basic knowledge of Microsoft Office Application and PC skills Must be available for overtime during nights, weekends and holidays Good driving record and willingness to operate 4x4 vehicles Possess excellent verbal and written communication skills Be able to stand, walk, climb, bend, stoop, and squat for long periods of time Possess excellent verbal and written communication skills Be willing to work in extremely hot and cold temperatures Be able to carry and lift items that can weigh 50lbs or more Leadership Competencies: Integrity, values and trust - Instills confidence of one\u2019s intentions and positively represents the organization by being responsible and trustworthy Drives for results - Is motivated and determined to achieve objectives while working in compliance Champions inclusion\/works well with others - Values and encourages diversity; respects and leverages the backgrounds, capabilities and ideas of others, resulting in collaborative working relationships Customer\/stakeholder focus - Makes customer-stakeholder needs a primary focus of one\u2019s actions; develops and sustains effective customer\/stakeholder relationships Communication - Exchanges thoughts and information clearly and concisely to ensure understanding of intended messages Self-Knowledge - Personally explores and seeks feedback from others to understand talents, motivations, values, and development needs; utilizes understanding to improve performance and build relationships Project Leadership - Plans, organizes and manages resources to lead the successful completion of specific project goals and objectives Preferred Qualifications: Possess an Associates\u2019 degree and\/or 3 years oil and gas equivalent industry processing plant experience is preferred Previous experience with wellhead gas production equipment, gathering facilities, processing facilities, dehydration equipment, amine units, measurement equipment, compression, pumps, and pipeline equipment
The Williams Companies, Inc.
Website : http://co.williams.com/
Williams traces its roots to 1908 with two brothers’ construction projects in Fort Smith, Ark. Within a few years Miller and David Williams were building cross-country natural gas and petroleum pipelines. By the time the brothers relocated to Tulsa in 1919, they had a reputation for doing a job on time and on budget. For more than 60 years, the company did business as Williams Brothers. We adopted The Williams Companies, Inc. name in the 1970s, reflecting our diverse businesses. That remains our legal name today, even though we began going by the simplified name “Williams” in 1997. In 1966, Williams paid $287 million for the country’s largest petroleum products pipeline (known as Great Lakes Pipe Line Company). The new company laid the cornerstone for the modern-era Williams.