Enbridge Job Application Process
You can get the chance to work at Enbridge by applying online. Below, you can find the detailed information about the hiring process of Enbridge which offers entry-level and managerial positions.
Enbridge’s vision is to be the leading energy delivery company in North America. We deliver the energy people need and want—to heat their homes, to keep their lights on, to keep them mobile and connected. We operate across North America, fueling the economy and people’s quality of life. We move nearly two-thirds of Canada’s crude oil exports to the U.S., we transport about 20 percent of the natural gas consumed in the U.S., and we operate North America’s third-largest natural gas utility by consumer count. Enbridge was an early investor in renewable energy, and we have a growing offshore wind portfolio.
We work collaboratively every day to provide safe, reliable energy. Enbridge connects energy supply with growing markets in North America through our three core businesses:
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If you’re looking to build a career with a high-performing, growth-oriented, innovative company that shares its successes with its employees, Enbridge may be the place for you.
Explore our Work with Enbridge section to find out more about the benefits we offer, the professional development opportunities we provide, and the company values of safety, integrity and respect that drive our desire to become North America’s leading energy delivery company.
Sr Community Engagement Adv
- Implement strategic engagement with Indigenous communities and key stakeholders for Major Projects and Operations. Key groups primarily include Indigenous communities and local governments, but may also involve influential business leaders, emergency responders and non-government organizations. Where this involves Indigenous people, this engagement is consistent with the principles contained in Enbridge’s Indigenous and Native American Policy.
- Maintain, cultivate and document relationships and engagement activities with key influential leadership within affected communities, local organizations and Indigenous communities. Must have a basic understanding of our business, issues, risks and opportunities associated with respective communities, organizations and Indigenous communities.
- Inform team of Indigenous and stakeholder concerns and critical activities. Accountable for contributing to or leading the development, implementation and modification of regional engagement plans.
- For Indigenous engagement, responsible lead for providing the awareness and guidance to the team and company on Indigenous cultural protocols, norms and politics to ensure the company respectfully engages with Indigenous communities, builds positive relationships, meets regulatory engagement requirements and effectively manage the related risk.
- Assist engagement in the field with individuals, communities, Indigenous groups and local governments and organizations in support of business goals and project objectives.
- Lead development and implementation of specific engagement plans, including project specific plans and Regional Engagement Plans, strategies, talking points for media spokesperson and related budgets that reflect the interests of both the Company and the potentially-affected group.
- Meet regulatory requirements and build, maintain and enhance Enbridge’s reputation as a trusted partner.
- Assist team mates on developing and maintaining effective relationships, engagement strategies, and managing issues and risks.
- Support the development of regulatory strategy and participate in formal regulatory process. Contribute to regional engagement knowledge in support of Corporate Community Investment policies and governance.
- Provide timely advice and counsel to Enbridge management and staff and business teams with respect to Community/Stakeholder Engagement, including cultural awareness, consultation, relationships and partnership opportunities, negotiations, issue management, risk and opportunity assessments. This includes bringing the voice (interests and perspectives) of the communities into Enbridge for appropriate and timely consideration.
- Contribute regional knowledge and policies into Business Development to ensure consideration of local and regional stakeholder risks and opportunities.
- Work with Public Awareness team to identify opportunities to maximize efficiency and effectiveness of delivery of supplemental stakeholder outreach and other activities within the Public Awareness Program.
- Where applicable, consistent with Company guidelines, and in concert with the business units and Company departments such as Law, Operations, Regulatory, EHS and other departments within PAC, assist with the development of Protocol and Engagement Agreements, Letters of Intent and contracts, etc., that support key stakeholder and Indigenous community relationship building and communication, capacity building, and key stakeholder and Indigenous training and education, contracting and hiring that will strategically advance business objectives.
- Where applicable, working with the Sustainable Supply Chain Management team, identify opportunities in conjunction with project teams or Operations regarding Indigenous content on Enbridge’s projects or operations. This includes providing insight into community dynamics, capacity and politics, identifying potential local impacts and regional Indigenous participation opportunities and benefits (e.g. educational, skills development, employment, and business opportunity initiatives).
- Provide expertise and consultation to industry trade associations through participation on advisory panels and working groups.
- Plan and manage functional area or project budget(s) and other resources with a view to cost effectiveness and ensuring appropriate controls.
- Establish and maintain well-organized record of contact and in the relationship management database.
- Keep up professional and individual development.
- Crisis Communications & Response Team:
- May serve as part of the crisis communications & response team (CCRT) during operational incidents or emergencies and non-operational events such as a reputational crisis. If identified as a member of the CCRT, training will be provided.
- Values of integrity, safety and respect
- Character that is reliable, open, considerate, accommodating, agreeable, courageous
- High achievement orientation
- Stress tolerance
- Self confidence
- University degree from a related post-secondary program
- 7 or more years of directly related work experience in Indigenous or stakeholder engagement, preferably in the resources sector, particularly in the energy industry / energy transportation infrastructure sector.
- Familiar with Indigenous history, rights, politics and culture protocols / norms
- Knowledge and direct experience in engaging with Indigenous communities
- Familiarity with applicable government and regulatory requirements, as well as present day issues and community dynamics
- Experience in and understanding of a large, public company with operations in multiple regions
- Experience in working with municipalities also considered a benefit.
- Bilingualism is considered a strong asset.
- Specific experience in cross-cultural stakeholder and community engagement
- Knowledge of community development practices and organizational effectiveness strategies
- Ability to interact effectively and establish credibility with a wide audience including Indigenous leaders and community representatives, field and corporate staff, external stakeholder groups, partners and contractors
- Solid written and verbal communication, presentation and organizational abilities
- Persistence, patience, and the ability to work independently with minimal direction
- Sense of urgency, with well-developed prioritization, time management and multi-tasking skills
- A high degree of flexibility to adapt to multiple and competing priorities
- Able to deal with a variety of external and internal disciplines and senior management and manage multiple projects at once, under constant deadline pressure
- Ability to prioritize and complete multiple tasks and meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment
- Good judgment in determining relevant content for employees
- Strong customer focus with the ability to listen, identify key issues, advise and maintain confidentiality
- Strong analytical skills to quickly analyze complex situations, determine key issues and messages, and implement the programs
- Strong research skills in subject matter field
- Excellent attention to detail
Social Process (People) Skills:
- Team-oriented attitude and the ability to work independently.
- Proven ability to develop and maintain relationships with key stakeholders, internal and external.
- Ability to successfully engage with Indigenous & Metis people
- Strong interpersonal skills, including consultation, negotiation, facilitation, risk communication and conflict resolution.
- Passionate about and experienced in building employee engagement and organizational alignment through effective internal communications.
- Lead a team of process and hydraulic engineers who ensure the existing system and new projects have proper process control. Ensure that all stakeholder departments are aligned in the fundamental process engineering principles, methodologies, and strategies.
- Lead a team of instrumentation professionals who manage Engineering Standards, maintenance strategies, and functional expertise for the instrumentation installed on the pipeline system.
- Accountable for establishing clear governance structures for Process Engineering for the liquids pipeline system.
- Develop and report on clear and consistent performance measures related to process engineering and the over-pressure and transient program performance.
- Drive continuous improvement in overall cost/schedule management of transient/process engineering analysis and solutions.
- Drive continuous improvement in Instrumentation technology deployment, maintenance, and overall management across LP.
- Challenge new project designs to implement methods of eliminating the impact of transients and increasing the reliability of the system via innovative solutions.
- Own the engineering standards related to process engineering (transient, relief systems, over-pressure protection, flare systems and fire systems) and Instrumentation and drive necessary changes to the standards through innovation and by leveraging industry best practices.
- Accountable for determining innovative solutions for existing operations and projects to not only ensure the pipeline system remains safe to operate, but also minimizes throughput limitations.
- Prioritize transient and process engineering activities, leveraging business needs and risk evaluation.
- Develop and formalize clear interface points and accountabilities with project teams to ensure efficiency in decision making via streamlined processes.
- Develop strong relationships and formalize interaction tactics with key stakeholder groups: CCO, Pipeline Control Systems, Field Operations, Infrastructure Planning, Customer Services and various Project teams.
- Promote the involvement of the department with external industry associations in order to influence industry codes, standards and best practices.
- Manage 3rd party technical expertise related to process engineering via relationship management, networking and formal strategy development and implementation to ensure competency and availability.
- 10 or more years of progressive technical and managerial experience.
- Pipeline operations, design, and hydraulic analysis experience.
- Highly developed analytical skills with the ability to drive disciplined analysis within the team.
- Apply practical business and operational needs when solving complex technical problems.
- Demonstrated ability to take the lead to identify innovative solutions and manage change accordingly.
- Registered with a professional engineering association: example APEGA as P Eng or RET.
- Exceptional interpersonal, organizational and communications skills; (written and oral).
Operations Facilities Health Management Advisor
This position will represent operations as the point person between Commercial Operations and Physical Operations to ensure maintenance activities impacting capacity are scheduled to have minimal impact to overall organizational fiscal performance while minimizing operational risk. Will work closely with the Operations Planners in the strategic and tactical planning and scheduling of maintenance activities and Major Maintenance Events and will be responsible for the Long Range planning processes, Outage processes and Outage schedule and will be esponsible for the coordination and execution of the Operations System Health Strategy.
Lead Daily Operations System Health Program including:
- Manage the daily Operations System Health dash board
- Facilitate the daily Operations System Health suite
- Publish the daily Operations System Health reports
- Liaise daily system health status with Commercial Operations, Gas Control and Operations
- Facilitate weekly outage request review conference with Operations, Gas Control and Commercial Operations
Manage Planning & Scheduling processes and System Health processes:
- Responsible for Long Range Plan process
- Facilitate Long Range Plan semiannual meetings
- Update and publish Long Range Plan
- Responsible for Outage Planning & Scheduling process
- Manage Short Notice outage and No Demand requests
- Develop and update Outage Schedule
- Lead and coordinate outage planning calls (90, 60 & 30 day calls)
- Provide weekly maintenance/project update report
- Coordinate with Planners on outage activities
Manage field equipment Reliability/Availability requirements:
- Update Outage details in the Run Mode Monitor RMM system
- Provide the Run Mode Monitor RMM system Month end reporting
Drive Continuous Process Improvement:
- Lead facilitator for Continuous Improvement Group Sessions
- Shared ownership of Continuous Process Improvements
Liaison for Commercial Operations:
- Communicate important information regarding facility health between Physical Operations and Commercial Operations to allow decisions regarding organizational fiscal performance and operational risk.
- Operations representative at Daily Dispatch Meeting with Commercial Operations
- Foster relationship between Commercial Operations & Physical Operations
Lead Strategic and Tactical Planning & Scheduling activities:
- Lead Daily Operations System Health Program
- Manage Planning & Scheduling Long Range and Outage processes and system health processes
- Manage field equipment Reliability/Availability maximization processes
- Foster relationship between planners, operations and operations stakeholders
- A University degree or Technical college diploma plus a minimum of 5 years’ experience in the processes and systems associated with the APL’s maintenance management and all aspects of operation and maintenance practices and processes. An equivalent combination of education and experience would be considered.
- Excellent leadership, communication, coaching, mentoring and facilitation skills.
- Strong process orientated background.
- Familiar with transmission pipeline operations as well as receipt and delivery points.
- Proficiency with SAP (PM and MM modules an asset) and maintenance Scheduling tools.
- Computer skills are an asset
Responsible for the safe, effective maintenance and
repair of terminal and station electrical and instrument equipment for the Westover Area.
- Responsible for calibration of various process instruments e.g. Emergency Shutdown Devices, Densitometers, Transmitters,Tank Gauging etc.
- Assist in maintaining PLC, HMI and Communication equipment.
- Responsible for completion and documentation of the preventative maintenance on electrical equipment.
- Responsible for the maintenance, operation and repair of up to 5 Kv electrical equipment and assigned electronic equipment for the Westover Area. e.g. Switch Gear, Mainline Motors, Booster Pumps, Tankage Equipment, Metering Facilities and Mainline Valves.
- Responsible for reviewing electrical drawings and maintenance records for accuracy.
- Assists with completion of operating and capital projects
- Participates in a 24/7 on call rotation
- Electrical Journeyman Certificate required. Computer literacy a requirement.
- High School Diploma or GED required
- Minimum of 2 – 5 years of industrial related experience required. Well-developed troubleshooting skills required.
- Strong instrumentation and PLC experience an asset.
- Strong high voltage and substation knowledge an asset
- Must possess valid and current driver’s license.
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