This is a 4-month student work term from May to the end of August 2019. As a student Field Operator you will act as a relief person for operating staff in the field facilities. Under the supervision of senior operations staff, through on-the-job experience supplemented with additional related formal training, you will learn operating skills in the areas of safety procedures for work in hazardous locations and basic field process and field equipment operations and start-up. Driving is an occupational requirement. Occasional driving on gravel roads will be required for transportation between sites.
Your responsibilities will include
Abiding by all safety rules and standards, reporting hazards and holding responsibility for the safe operation of your assigned facilities, tools, and company vehicles
Participating in safety programs and attending training sessions; completing self-development courses
Understanding and abiding by applicable government regulations, e.g. Transportation of Dangerous Goods and Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System
Complete and maintain accurate records and submissions of all necessary documents and reports in relation to the field operation and equipment
Assisting lead operator in field unit operations
Interfacing with operations
Safely performing physical tasks at times, e.g. moving drums of chemicals, lifting, climbing ladders
High school diploma or equivalent (GED) is a minimum requirement
First year student enrolled in Power Engineering Technology, Petroleum Technology, Chemical Technology or Mechanical Technology
Valid class 5 driver’s license and safe driving record are required for this position
To be considered for employment, your most recent unofficial transcript(s) must be submitted with your application.
Start date: May 2019
Location: Cold Lake, AB
This assignment will provide you with an opportunity to gain valuable experience in the oil and gas industry. We offer you challenging, discipline-related work experience in an operating environment using a structured quality managing system.
Working for a company committed to safety, ethics & continuous improvement – these standards are the reason Imperial is an industry leader.
Experience in a continuous learning environment – encourages you to augment your skills and capabilities.
Who we are
A leading member of Canada’s energy industry, Imperial offers exciting opportunities across our upstream, downstream, chemical and corporate divisions. We are committed to high standards, applying technology and innovation to meet energy demands in a safe, reliable and environmentally sound manner. No matter what your career path, we provide the platform to elevate your goals and achieve your ambitions, while providing support through wide-ranging programs and benefits.
For applicants selected to be interviewed, pre-employment background screening will be required.
We thank all those who apply; however, only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.
Eligibility to work in Canada
All applicants who receive an offer of employment must be eligible to work in Canada on their start date. Proof of eligibility shall be in the form of a Canadian birth certificate, Canadian passport, Canadian citizenship certificate, Canadian certificate of permanent residence, Canadian open work permit or receipt from Immigration Canada of an application for a post-graduate work permit. Proof of eligibility must be current and valid (not expired, cancelled or voided). Proof of eligibility will be required if an offer of employment is made. Failure to provide proof of eligibility at least six (6) weeks prior to the start date may result in the offer of employment being rescinded.
Application Deadline: January 7, 2019