Specialist, Heavy Equipment - Dig Crew

Job Locations US-KS-Haysville


This position is responsible to perform, at a high level of skill, duties required for the operation and maintenance of the pipeline system, including mechanical equipment repairs, preventative maintenance efforts, and maintenance and/or operation of various types of Company property such as buildings, machinery, rights of way, and pipelines in all functions within operations. This position will be predominately one in which the employee will travel with a crew 80% of the time.  This position must reside within a 40-mile radius of reporting location and will be required to perform housekeeping throughout reporting location.

  1. Dig Crew Employees are required to schedule available Personal Time Off only during Company’s major holiday breaks including: Memorial Day, July Fourth, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and each reporting location’s public school’s spring break. All scheduling of PTO is subject to prior management approval.

      2. Dig Crew Employees must remain at the location for two (2) years.


Technical Duties (with no direct supervision)

  • Develop in-depth understanding of operations of natural gas transmission pipeline industry and welding procedures
  • Perform assigned duties in areas of pipeline anomaly digs, right of way clearing pipeline repair, and maintenance activities with a high level of skill.
  • Repair and Maintain Equipment
  • Utilize all applicable IT systems
  • Complete all criteria in Qualifications section above as well as other items in the “Job Qualification Task List” as incorporated by reference.



  • Create/maintain all required documentation related to assignments
  • Attain and Maintain proficiency in performing Operator Qualification tasks
  • Comply with all applicable regulations, Company policies and procedures (e.g., OSHA, DOT, NAFP 70E, etc.)



  • Defensive Driving
  • Maintain First Aid/CPR certification
  • CBT / Oracle Learning modules
  • Other coursework and proof of skill as required by law, regulation, or Company policy or procedure
  • New Employee Safety Orientation
  • Safety 101



  • Participate safety presentations
  • Understand and effectively implement Emergency Procedures
  • Understand and use Sec 70 and 75 of the SSCGP O&M
  • Participate in SSCGP Safety program



  • Provide leadership with minimal supervision
  • Co-lead assigned projects


Other duties and training as assigned.


Minimum Qualifications:

High School diploma or GED, technical aptitude; basic skill level in Microsoft Office products; maintain a valid driver’s license, maintain a DOT physical card, experience in natural gas pipeline; and CDL with X endorsement.

Preferred Qualifications: 


Bachelor’s degree, Associates or two-year technical degree;

Must be able to safely operate all reporting location equipment (i.e. Backhoe, Skid Loader, etc.)

Must reside within a 40 mile radius of reporting location




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