Hydrogen Gas / Hydrogen Hub

Document Control Administrator – filled

• Manage the filing and distribution of all drawings and documents for all projects executed
by the engineering group
• Ensure that all documents have the proper approvals before issuing the documents within
the company or to external vendors or customers
• Act as a point of contact between the engineering group and all vendors
• Receive all incoming submittal drawings and documents from vendors, save copies on the
company file servers, and distribute them to the engineering group
• Organize document submittals on the company file servers for ease of use
• Send all engineering commented drawings and documents back to vendors
• Track document revisions and maintain an up‐to‐date revision log of all documents issued
by the engineering group
• Assemble vendor documents into a plant equipment and component manual at the end of a
• Maintain an accurate record of all document transmittals for each project
• 1‐5 years of relevant experience in the industrial/chemical industry
• Bachelor’s or Associate Degree in a technical field
• Experience reading and understanding technical drawings is a plus
• Basic computer literacy ‐ Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Word, Excel).
• Experience in controlling revision process and secure storage and distribution of controlled
• Management of a document control organization a real plus.

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  • As a Journeyman Plant Electrician, you will be responsible for plant electrical generating systems and support equipment and systems and ensure these are in proper working condition for maximum production of electrical energy under the direction and review of a Plant Manager.
  • Troubleshoot, maintain, repair, program, and replace electrical, electronic, and computer equipment and systems such as digital and analog control systems, A/C and D/C control circuits, magnetic starters, interlock systems, alarms, annunciators, and fire protection systems and recorders to ensure reliable and safe electric generation.
  • Maintain and calibrate electrical equipment such as oil circuit breakers, generator complex, instrument transformers, bushings, commutators, bearings, resistors, controllers, and solid state devices.
  • Maintain and repair electric cranes and all other electrical systems as found on mobile equipment and/or plant electrical systems, including air conditioning and refrigeration equipment and environmental protection equipment.
  • Maintain and calibrate high voltage switchgear and equipment such as circuit breakers, transformers, and reactors which control the flow of electricity from the generating units.
  • Maintain and calibrate recorders and vibration equipment.
  • Set up and test various electrical equipment with the use of special testing devices to measure voltage, current, and resistance or locate faults, malfunctions, or device failures.
  • Work from blueprints, manufacturer’s bulletins, and instruction manuals to install, troubleshoot, or maintain electrical equipment.
  • Operate various mobile equipment such as forklift, crane, backhoe, and cherry picker in the process of installing, repairing, or maintaining various electrical equipment. Set up rigging for the movement of heavy loads such as transformers and large motors.
  • Maintain electrical metering and monitoring equipment such as recording charts, meters, meggars, and scopes.
  • Train, instruct, and direct the work of apprentices and helpers as assigned by the Plant Manager.
    Inspect all electrical equipment in assigned area and perform routine preventive maintenance to insure continuity of electrical service.
  • Prepare various reports such as motor reports, maintenance reports, equipment readings, safety inspections, battery reports, and other special reports as required by supervision for evaluating plant equipment and special reports as required by supervision for evaluating plant equipment and operations.
  • May be required to certify in special plant equipment to meet state and federal requirements.
  • When management determines that it is efficient to do so, employees in this classification may be assigned duties of less complexity.
  • Employees must be able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without an accommodation.


  • Must have a High School Diploma or GED.
  • 3 years experience as a Journeyman Electrician
  • Must pass IBEW local 57 examination, which includes Electrical Theory, industrial maintenance experience, and practical testing. (Qualified candidates will be contacted with testing information)


  • 3 years experience as a Journeyman Electrician
  • Maintain and calibrate high voltage switchgear and equipment
  • Troubleshoot, maintain, repair, program, and replace electrical, electronic, and computer equipment
  • Work from blueprints, manufacturer’s bulletins, and instruction manuals to install, troubleshoot, or
    Maintain and calibrate electrical equipment
  • Must have a High School Diploma or GED.

Cyber Security Operations Manager

The Cyber Security Operations Manager is the operational business-facing representative of the Cyber Security group, covering both the internal enterprise as well as the external client-facing presence.


The Cyber Security Operations Manager is responsible for conducting all Cyber Security operations tasks. This includes the operational aspects of responding to incidents, the day-to-day management of the operations group
including the global SOC’s, Cyber Security Awareness team, Threat/Intelligence team, and the eForensics and eDiscovery team. Primary responsibility for “Detect” and “Respond” pillars of the NIST Cyber Security Framework and
manages the engineering and tooling requirements for both.


Reports to Chief Information Security Officer. Manages the Global SOC team, eForensics/eDiscovery team, Threat / Intelligence team, and the Global Cyber Security Awareness team. The Cyber Security Operations Manager is expected to be able to represent the CISO when required to executive management.

Main Responsibilities:

  • Set priorities for the “Detect” and “Respond” pillars of the NIST Cyber Security Framework
  • Lead the response to Cyber Security Incidents, reporting to both the CISO, CIO, and Executive leadership as required.
  • Set the enterprise-wide Operation Cyber Security strategy, contributing to the overall Cyber Security Strategy.
  • Manage, maintain, and own the Cyber Security Response Plan and associated playbooks for incident response.
  • Maintain and deliver the external, client-facing message for the Cyber Security group; represent the company in public
    forums while delivering the Cyber Security message.
  • Act as the primary interface with US government Cyber Security groups and agencies. (CISA, FBI, NSA)
  • Act as the secondary interface with global government Cyber Security groups and agencies.
  • Help enforce local and regional regulatory requirements.
  • Provide security awareness to management at their level and above.
  • Offer feedback on business reality versus security policies, procedures, and associated plans. Offer feedback on gap
    analysis versus business needs.
  • Execute corporate security bulletins.
  • Review exemptions to security policies and standards.
  • Review security assessment and GAP analysis for security controls and compliance.
  • Manage and prioritize engineering initiatives and projects for Cyber Security Operations Group.
  • Work closely with client’s product owners and the various business functions (IT, QHSE, Supply Chain, HR, etc.) to ensure that appropriate systems security practices are in place.
  • Maintain and Report on the Threat landscape of the company, and manage the intelligence assets appropriately.
  • Actively promote security as an enabler to client’s business and propose solutions to balance between the business needs and security requirements.
  • Conduct tours / deliver the Cyber Security message to both internal leadership and external clients and partners.


  • Review and advise on CyberSecurity standards.
  • Provide Operational Feedback reflecting business needs back into the CyberSecurity Governance organization.
  • Contribute to meetings held with CyberSecurity product vendors held in your area of responsibility.
  • Deep working knowledge of the NIST Cyber Security Framework.

Strategy, Research, and Development:

  • Be familiar with client’s technology, organization, business policies, and IT strategy.
  • Maintain constant vigilance over all ongoing IT projects in assigned Area.
  • Keep abreast of the latest technologies and best practices relevant to the world of CyberSecurity covering both IT and OT.
  • Define pilot projects and evaluations of technologies that can improve Schlumberger’s security infrastructure.

an ONSITE gig (8:00am to 5:00pm)