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Supports ONEOK Partners operations by continuing to improve the assessment and remediation programs within the Pipeline Integrity Management Program and meet the compliance expectations of federal regulations.

Scope of Duties and Responsibilities

  • Implementation of the asset assessment and remediation processes under the ONEOK Partners Integrity Management Program (IMP) and other integrity programs.

  • Review pipeline segment data to assess integrity threats and select the appropriate assessment method and schedule.

  • Execute the integrity assessments in a timely manner per the baseline or continual assessment schedule (assessments may be single or multiple in-line inspections or hydrostatic pressure tests).

  • Evaluate preliminary and final in-line inspection data and prepare dig list for anomaly evaluation.

  • Evaluate External Corrosion Direct Assessment (ECDA) data and prepare dig list for anomaly evaluation.

  • Utilize risk assessment and data integration processes to further evaluate anomalies for evaluation.

  • Communicate the results of the assessments to the Integrity Management Team as necessary.

  • Integrate available information as required by the IMP data integration process.

  • Develop and complete detailed statistical analysis related to assessment data and key performance indicators.

  • Develop an appropriate action plan and continual assessment schedule based on integrity assessments and data integration.

  • Validate and document the results of integrity assessments.

  • Manage and/or support construction and anomaly investigation and repair projects.

  • Provide accurate and timely information to appropriate databases in order to support the risk, data integration, and program improvement processes.

  • Regular and reliable attendance is required in performance of job.

  • Employee may be required to perform additional duties as assigned.


Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, other related field, or an equivalent combination of formal education and the following job related experience:

  • Experience in project management.

  • Demonstrated ability in using and/or conducting:

  • Risk analysis

  • In-line inspection

  • Data analysis

  • Hydrostatic testing

  • Knowledge of 49 CR 195 and 192

  • Knowledge of industry standards-31.8, B31.4, API standards ad ASME standards

  • Familiar with inline inspection technologies.

  • Application of math and algebraic formulas.

  • Experience in use and function of office equipment such as computers and applicable software.

  • Experience in reading and interpreting vendor reports, spreadsheets and integrity management raw data.

  • Experience in composing and preparing executive summaries and other materials including but not limited to IMP procedures, bid packages, dig sheets and AFE’s.

  • Demonstrated ability to communicate the status of projects, project schedules and inspection results with IMP data integration team and management.

  • Demonstrated ability to create and conduct presentations related to assessment and remediation and anomaly distribution and change during data integration meetings.

  • Demonstrated ability to read and write fluently in English.


  • Applicable driver’s license.

Physical Requirements

  • Mobility to travel in and around office surroundings.

  • Mobility to travel to outdoor job sites.

  • Able to operate tools and required equipment.

  • Able to remain stationary for extended periods.

Communication Requirements

  • Communicate and /or exchange information.

  • Conduct oral presentations.

Visual Requirements

  • Sufficient to perform job duties.