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Cobb, Fendley & Associates, Inc. Pipeline Integrity Coordinator in Denver, Colorado

Since 1980, CobbFendley has been committed to providing innovativeengineering and surveyingsolutions with the goal of bettering communities. Ourmulti-discipline approach allows for the efficient completion of projectsthrough experienced staff who focus on client communication. We are alwaysseeking talented and qualified professionals to enhance our ability to provideclients with exceptional service. Are you ready to Join Our Block and advanceyour career?At CobbFendley, people are our most valued resource. We offer a(n):Competitive compensation package with comprehensive benefits including401(k) Matching and Profit-sharing Contributions; Employee StockOwnership Plan (ESOP); Health, Vision, and Dental Insurance;Short-Term and Long-Term Disability Insurance; Employer Funded and VoluntaryLife Insurance; Tuition Reimbursement; and Continuing Education ProgramsExtended office closure from December 25 through January 1 to relax and enjoythe holidaysProfessional and personal growth through innovative in-house training andcollaborative resourcesCommunity service opportunities through the CobbFendley Cares Committee,focusing on STEM Education, Hunger Relief, and Sustainable SolutionsCobbFendley is seeking an Pipeline Integrity Coordinator in any of ourCobbFendleyoffice.The successful candidates most important qualifications include:Extensive knowledge of 49 CFR 192 and/or 49 CFR 195 regulations.Documented experience in MAOP compliance and/or regulatory audit support,including performance of gap analyses in various phases and aspects ofpipelineAbility to research historical records to identify documentation that confirmsfindings and determinations.Must possess engineering degree with integrity compliance experience, butextensive experience will be considered in lieu of engineering degree.Motivation to work in a dynamic environment with strict deadlines.Desire to collaborate with professionals and clients to increase your industryknowledge and grow in your career.Commitment to perform responsibilities consistent with industry standards toachieve department and company goals.Interest in developing relationships with clients, partners, and localorganizations to remain a trusted resource in the community.Essential Functions:Full-time remote work capability. Must be self-starter and able to work aspart of team away from the office.Able to review construction records, material requisitions, andengineering plans to determine compliance with pipeline regulations.Will be required to integrate into client's methods of performing analysisand determinations.Coordinate directly with client to ensure completed assessments are integratedinto records system.Assist with regulatory audit preparation as requested.Perform independent research and delegate changing priorities.Work with minimal supervision and perform self QA/QC of work.Adhere to CobbFendley's safety standards to uphold a safe and efficientenvironment.Maintain a professional attitude and fulfill responsibilities with integrity.Physical Requirements:Sitting and/or standing for extended periods of time.Mobility within the office including movement between floors and workstations.Repeated motions (e.g., typing, reaching, bending, lifting, and carrying).Communication with other employees and clients.Environmental Factors:Most work is performed in a professional office environment. Some trips toclient offices and job sites for observations will be required.Job site observations factors could include: walking and climbing on unevensurfaces, exposure to outdoor environments and extreme weather (heat andfreezing temperatures), noise exposure, driving for extended periods oftime, exposure to allergens (e.g., pollen, dust, cedar, sumac,poison ivy), exposure to construction and traffic work zones, possiblehand and power tool use, and extended periods of Personal Protective EquipmentExtended use of electronic devices (e.g., computers, printers,copiers, scanners, plotters, and telephones).Use of cutting

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