Manager (Full Time)




Department: Operations Group

Summary of Responsibilities
The Manager, PRT will report into the Sr. Manager Operations (NBU). This role will be responsible for operations input with the construction manager, overseeing permitting and safety and commissioning, liaising with local government and aboriginal stakeholders, leading the recruiting efforts, and ensuring the facility is ready for operation in 2020. Once running, the manager will be the senior most position at the facility and will be responsible for ensuring that the safe/ strategic direction of the Terminal is met.

  • Provide leadership, visible commitment, engage with employees and contractors to meet or exceed the Business Unit’s health, safety, environment, and security goals;
  • Provide oversight to ensure District or Facility staff and contractors have the training and competency required to execute assigned work and tasks in a safe and compliant manner;
  • Accountable for ensuring that Pembina’s risk profile is adhered to by ensuring Pembina’s assets are operated and maintained within their design parameters;
  • Work with the Engineering Team to ensure that new assets are designed for safe, reliable operations for the optimum lifecycle cost;
  • Participate in corporate financial reporting, business development activities, Incident Review Panel, Community Investment Teams, etc.;
  • Visibly demonstrate commitment and personal accountability to Pembina’s “Zero by Choice” safety culture, as well as ensuring staff and contractors are fully aware and compliant with Pembina’s safety requirements;
  • Accountable for compliance to the Environment Management System, Damage Prevention Program and Public Awareness Program, and ensuring that objectives are defined and integrated throughout the District / Facility;
  • Responsible to define and provide adequate resources and equipment within the Business Unit to implement and maintain Pembina’s Pressure Equipment, Tank, Facility and Integrity Management Plans;
  • Responsible to develop and execute BU goals and objectives for the District/Facility in support of corporate strategy;
  • Accountable to ensure that maintenance or operations managed projects meet the design, construction, and commissioning requirements defined in Pembina’s manuals, standards, specifications, policies, and procedures, as well as regulatory, jurisdictional, and code requirements;
  • Responsible to ensure that operations and maintenance is compliant with Pembina’s financial policies, controls and processes; and
  • Work jointly with Senior Manager and Supervisors to establish and administer an effective performance planning and feedback system. This includes ensuring goal development, alignment and creating accountability with respect to corporate strategies and performance measures.

  • 10+ years of experience in a supervisor/manager role;
  • Must be experienced with rail, HVP hydrocarbon terminals and Marine transloading;
  • Experience with marine and rail logistics;
  • Must be a self-starter and willing to live or relocate to the Prince Rupert area; and
  • Highly organized and safety conscious with startup and commissioning experience an asset.

This position requires the successful candidate to reside in or near Prince Rupert. This position is eligible for relocation should the succesful candidate require it.

No agency calls please.

Pembina is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. We are pleased to consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, protected veterans status or any other legally-protected factors. Accommodation for applicants with disabilities is available on request during the recruitment process.

Pembina Pipeline Corporation has been serving the transportation and midstream service needs of North America’s energy industry for over 60 years. We process, terminal and transport our customers’ products safely – all while protecting the environment and delivering on our commitments to our shareholders and community stakeholders. When we build something, we do it right.

Powering Pembina’s growth are our smart, creative and energetic people who allow us to remain a disciplined and responsible energy transportation and service provider and a trusted member in our communities.

Our expectations are high, and so are our rewards. We treat our people well – whether it’s through our total compensation package, our community engagement and volunteer opportunities, or our numerous fun social activities.

Pembina is a proud recipient of the 2018 Canada’s Top 100 Employers and Alberta’s Top 70 Employers (2014-2017). We are also a strong supporter of Skills Canada.

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