Do you want to help make a difference in building America’s infrastructure?
Since 1953, Miller Pipeline has been a leader in building and maintaining America’s infrastructure as a premier underground pipeline construction and repair contractor. Our workforce is made up of highly trained and skilled employees totaling over 3,500 with office locations in 20 states. While continually investing in gas infrastructure programs, Miller Pipeline’s revenues have continued to grow year over year. Do you want to learn more about what we do? Click Who We Are or Frequently Asked Questions.
Thinking about joining our team and building a career here? There is no better time than now!
At Miller Pipeline you will gain:
- Growth opportunities for career advancement (Grow Here at Miller Pipeline);
- Competitive wages and industry-leading benefits;
- A team-oriented atmosphere centered around our core values of Safety, Quality, Commitment, and Reputation (Our Core Values);
- On-the-job work and safety training;
- Employee recognition programs, Employee Care Fund, and more (also see Annual Company Picnics).
Take a look at our field work by watching the Day In The Life video.
We are searching for an individual to support the company’s Pipeline Regulatory Compliance & Training objectives with essential data entry, administrative, scheduling, records management and communication functions.
- Assist in organizing and scheduling training classes, and communicating information on specified classes to necessary associates for enrollment, throughout the Midwest Region.
- Ensure appropriate materials are provided to each trainee for each class.
- Maintain a training schedule and roster.
- Supply information to customers regarding Miller Pipeline employees’ Operator Qualifications (OQ).
- Maintain documentation as per customer requirements.
- Provide reports and/or data to individuals as requested.
- Complete in-house proctor training program and follow-through on the responsibilities, protocols, processes and responsibilities of proctoring tests and online training.
- Provide administrative support to the Regional Technical Trainer(s).
- Cover phone responsibilities as needed.
- Enter Quality/Compliance/Safety data into the company database.
- Maintain and secure equipment for security, usability, and necessary software updates to perform required online training and testing.
- High school diploma or equivalent
- 2+ years professional administrative work, especially handling sensitive and confidential information
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook and Access)
- Proficient use of the Internet
- Good organization of time and workspace; meet multiple, competing project deadlines
- Critical thinking and good judgment
- Impeccable attention to detail
- Associate’s degree in business management, human resources or a related field
- 1+ year compliance-related administrative experience, especially within pipeline operations
- Knowledge of DOT drug and alcohol testing procedures
- Familiarity with federal regulatory processes, audits and procedures of compliance
- Certifications or training in DOT drug and alcohol testing