Facilities Engineer


Employment Type Full time
Location Hybrid · Calgary, Canada
Team Production Analytics
Seniority Mid-level
  • Closing: 11:59pm, 13th Feb 2024 MST

Job Description

Our Opportunity:

We have an opening for a Facilities Engineer in our Operations Engineering and Analytics Department. This position can be based in Calgary, Denver, or North Dakota and reports to the Team Lead, Operations Engineering and Analytics. This team is responsible for technical/engineering support for operating facilities/surface equipment and managing capital projects for facility improvements, compliance projects, and ESG projects. This job will require working with various internal and external groups to troubleshoot, coordinate execution, and track costs/activity on various projects.  The preferred candidate will be knowledgeable and work according to all applicable codes, guidelines and regulations and the ability to analyze data to solve problems related to surface equipment.  Experience in the Williston Basin would be beneficial but not required. The ideal candidate will be highly motivated and enjoy solving complex problems by learning from other groups and utilizing their interpersonal, communication, and organization skills.  Travel to the field will be required.

Job location:                              Calgary/Denver/North Dakota

Shift schedule:                          5 days/week (Monday – Friday), 8 hours/day

Hybrid Option:                           Yes

Safety sensitive position:    No


Key Accountabilities: 

Work closely with operations and production engineering to provide technical support for existing, operating facilities

Analyze data and develop solutions to reduce surface related downtime

Technical support and project management of field change requests

Manage sustaining capital projects related to facility improvements, regulatory compliance, and ESG improvements

Update Cause and Effect/Shut Down documentation to reflect mechanical design changes

Encourage safety awareness and actively promote safety in field operations through design and project management


What You Bring to The Role:

Undergraduate degree in Engineering

Minimum eight years of experience in facilities engineering

Familiarity with API standards and recommended practices for upstream oil and gas facilities

Working knowledge of applicable facility codes, guidelines, and regulations

Proficiency in data analytics   

Outstanding organizational skills.

Attention to detail and accuracy.

Flexible and adaptable.


What We Offer:

Hybrid work program.

Participation in industry networking events and community volunteer opportunities.

Robust onboarding and training program.

Competitive salary.

Designated office closure days during May – September.

US and Canadian cross-border teams and project work opportunities.


Why Enerplus?

Founded in 1986, Enerplus was Canada’s first oil and gas royalty trust with a proven track record for delivering competitive returns for our shareholders. As we transitioned our assets to focus on unconventional, organic growth opportunities, we have continued to prioritize responsible development and thoughtful investment to create value for our shareholders.

Today, we are an independent North American exploration and production company focused on developing our high-quality assets through a disciplined, returns-based capital program. This focus, our accountability and our people will help us deliver differentiated long-term shareholder value.

At Enerplus, our culture of accountability is what sets us apart. Our cultural beliefs and HEART values guide our actions. We take our work seriously but like to have fun along the way. We take pride in creating a workplace where everyone feels welcomed and encouraged to actively participate and contribute. Our hybrid work program and “No Dress Code Dress Code” practice are just two examples of how we support our employees’ wellbeing, engagement, and productivity by providing flexibility and choice.

We are thrilled to have been recognized with the Globe and Mail Women Lead Here award, named one of Fast Company’s 100 Best Workplaces for Innovators and received the Charter Professionals in Human Resources (CPHR) 2023 Strategic Innovator award. Our work environment is progressive, innovative, collaborative, and fast-paced. We empower our employees to generate ideas and act, all in the pursuit of driving value for our business.


To learn more about our business, our culture and to hear what our students say about their experiences at Enerplus, copy and paste this link into your web browser:   https://www.enerplus.com/careers/join-our-team/

All candidates applying to Enerplus must have legal authorization to work in Canada with no restrictions.

We thank all applicants for their interest and effort in applying for the position; however, only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. This posting will close once a successful candidate has been selected.


Removing bias from the hiring process

Applications closed Wed 14th Feb 2024


Removing bias from the hiring process

  • Your application will be anonymously reviewed by our hiring team to ensure fairness
  • You’ll need a CV/résumé, but it’ll only be considered if you score well on the anonymous review

Applications closed Wed 14th Feb 2024