We Energies Gas System Analyst (Cathodic Protection Specialist) in United States

4314BRJob Title:Gas System Analyst (Cathodic Protection Specialist)Requisition Number:4314BRTitle:Gas System Analyst (Cathodic Protection Specialist)Location(s):MI - Benton HarborCompany(s):Michigan Gas Utilities Summary:Michigan Gas Utilities, a subsidiary of WEC Energy Group, is seeking a Gas System Analyst for our Benton Harbor, MI office location. The Gas System Analyst is part of a team focused on safety, customer satisfaction and financial responsibility. The Analyst is responsible primarily for design, installation and maintenance of cathodic protection facilities to protect our steel pipelines. This position also conducts field surveys on bare steel systems and as part of our TIMP (transmission integrity management program). Ensuring code compliance associated with cathodic protection is a key responsibility. Other key responsibilities include compliance, documentation, and reporting. This individual will work closely with our field, operations and engineering teams. Travel is required across all of the MGU service territory at all times of the year. Minimum Qualifications:1+ years - Analytical problem solving skills and effective oral/written communication skills.2+ years - Gas System Associate Analyst or experience in directly related technical field such as gas distribution operations, mapping applications, corrosion prevention operations, gas system control operations and/or gas distribution code compliance.Associate's Degree in related field.Preferred Qualifications:Knowledge of Michigan gas safety code.NACE certification (level 1 or 2).Interested candidates must apply online no later than 10/11/2018. We reserve the right to modify the application deadline or discontinue accepting applications for any position if deemed necessary.Learn more at CareersWEC Energy Group and its subsidiaries are Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.EEO/AA policies and statements