Integrity Engineer –Pipeline Corrosion Integrity Management
Employment with Alyeska
Alyeska Pipeline Service Company (Alyeska) operates and maintains the 800-mile Trans Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS). Formed in 1970 to design and build the pipeline, Alyeska acts as agent for the TAPS owner companies. Approximately 800 employees work in Anchorage, Fairbanks, Valdez and field locations along the pipeline.
Alyeska’s mission is to provide safe, environmentally responsible, reliable and cost-effective oil pipeline transportation from the North Slope of Alaska. Within that mission, Alyeska has guiding principles in the way business is conducted. Alyeska’s TAPS Policies and Code of Conduct outline policies, behavioral expectations, and important standards for business conduct and decision making. All employees and contractors are expected to observe the highest standards of integrity when working on TAPS.
Alyeska’s Core Values have served our company well in guiding individual and collective decisions and behaviors as well as supporting our company policies and practices. These value statements will remain unchanged and are reflected in our TAPS Policies and Code of Conduct guidelines.
- Safety: Alyeska is a company where we respect, value and safeguard people,
property and the Alaska environment.
- Innovation: We leverage knowledge and creativity to continuously improve our
operations and increase our efficiency.
- Teamwork: We share responsibility for Alyeska’s mission and the resources
entrusted to us. We value our communities, our business partners and
the stakeholders we serve.
- Integrity: We hold one another to the highest ethical standards. We focus on maintaining the operational integrity of TAPS and the integrity of business practices.
ALYESKA PIPELINE SERVICE COMPANY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER THAT VALUES WORKPLACE DIVERSITY.
Alyeska Pipeline is a drug-free and alcohol-free workplace.