Job Title: Corrosion Technician I
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE JOB:
This position involves responsibility for cathodic protection of the natural gas system through scheduled checks to comply with federal DOT requirements under guidance of Corrosion Technician II.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
Perform periodic checks and surveys of cathodic protection system: rectifier and interference bonds, cross bonding with other pipeline systems, pipe-to-soil readings and test station checks. Install anodes, locate and repair electrical shorts in system, bond dressers. Check atmospheric corrosion and pipe coating, make coating repairs. Perform 10% and 100% surveys of entire natural gas system. Maintain electrical protection of utility system at or above federal standards. Comply with all safety policies, procedures and requirements. Work outdoors in all weather conditions. Perform other work as assigned.
- High School Graduate or equivalent GED.
- Resident of and agree to reside in Hardin County, Kentucky.
- Possess a valid Kentucky driver’s license with class “A” CDL.
- Ability to follow written and oral directives and instructions.
- Physically capable of performing essential job functions.
- Ability to meet and communicate with the public in an effective and tactful manner.
- Neat in appearance, of good moral character, and not convicted of a felony crime.
- Participate in drug and alcohol testing program.
- Two years as corrosion Technician Trainee or acceptable equivalent experience.
- Demonstrate ability to perform applicable Operator Qualification Tasks.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
The duties listed below are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements or duties does not exclude other work which may be required.
- Perform specific duties as defined in “Example of duties”.
- Operate and maintain various types of heavy construction equipment.
- Perform cathodic protection requirements on utility system.
- Utilize proper safety procedures and precautions and observe appropriate laws and regulations of equipment operation.
- Work overtime as required by supervisor.
- Assist supervisor in establishing task priorities.
- Establish and maintain good working relationships.
- On call as required (stand-by duty).
- Perform other duties as assigned.