“Oil Pipeline” Federal Jobs

Even though the Senate defeated the Bill on the Keystone XL Pipeline by a narrow vote there are OIL PIPELINE JOBS posted on USAJOBS.gov.

These are fascinating jobs that require a combination of highly specialized skills in: Oil Pipeline, Petroleum, Fuel Distribution, Accounting and Energy Industry knowledge. I searched for the words OIL PIPELINE on the USAJOBS homepage. I checked off US Citizen as the “Type of applicant,” and 16 jobs came up the day before Thanksgiving.

Check out a few of these jobs here:

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Summary: This is a Career Ladder position GS-9 to 12, with promotion potential to a GS-13.

Duties include: Serve as primary advisor to senior Pipeline leadership. Conduct investigative research to identify and test technology based processes and activities to better anticipate and prevent safety and environmental problems.

Specialized Experience: Experience in general engineering concepts to be able to effect new developments applicable to emerging pipeline safety programs ending with long-term purposes.

Required Education: Two years of progressively higher graduate education leading to a master’s degree or Master’s or equivalent graduate degree.

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Summary: This is a Student Trainee, Engineering Tech (Petroleum) position in the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement, Gulf of Mexico Outer Continental Shelf Region.

This position requires some physical activities: Frequent walking, bending, stooping, and climbing tall ladders during inspection of offshore oil and gas facilities; helicopter travel required.

Basic requirements for the GS-05 position: In addition to the selective placement factors to be considered for this position: 1. Enrolled in the Petroleum Engineering curriculum AND 2. Completed at least ten (10) Petroleum engineering courses.

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Summary: This is a Pathways Summer Law Intern Program combines the opportunity to earn a competitive salary while learning about federal service and the dynamic field of energy. Interns gain valuable, resume-building, work experience and opportunities to foster networking relationships. This position is located in the Energy Markets section of the Office of the General Counsel.

Qualifications: To qualify for GS-9 positions candidates must: be registered in an accredited law degree program and have completed 2 years of law school. There is no specialized experience, courses or knowledge required in the Oil Pipeline Industry. But applicants will be evaluated on these competencies:: 1. Legal Research and Analysis 2. Written and Oral Communication 3. Team Participation.

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