Career Opportunity for Natural Gas Professional in Georgia

Regulatory Compliance Analyst

The Municipal Gas Authority of Georgia is seeking applicants for the position of Regulatory Compliance Analyst for the northeast Georgia area of its Subscribed Regulatory Compliance Service (SRCS).  The successful candidate will work directly with Operators, Master Meter Operators, and Contractors in an area extending from the outskirts of metropolitan Atlanta eastward and northeastward to the South Carolina state line.

The Municipal Gas Authority of Georgia is the largest non-profit natural gas joint-action agency in the United States, serving Members in Georgia, Alabama, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Florida that meet the gas needs of more than 245,000 customers. The Subscribed Regulatory Compliance Service is a department of the Gas Authority that was formed in 2006 to meet the growing need for a comprehensive, effective, and affordable service to assist public gas systems and related entities in achieving and maintaining compliance with pipeline safety regulations.  SRCS Subscribers are not required to be Gas Authority Members.

The Regulatory Compliance Analyst will assist subscribing municipal gas system Operators and Master Meter Operators achieve and maintain compliance with 49 CFR Parts 191, 192, and 199/40, and state-specific pipeline safety regulations, including assistance with administration of a web-based work order and record keeping system; administration of a web-based Operator Qualification Program; assistance with and deliver of OQ training and evaluating; report preparation; inspection preparation, attendance and response; and manuals development, implementation, and maintenance.  The Operator Qualification portions of the service are also available to contractors.  See for more information.

Qualified candidates will have a bachelor’s degree in engineering or a related technical field, or equivalent related industry experience, and at least five years of recent, relevant experience in gas distribution operations. Candidates should have a thorough understanding of the pipeline safety code, excellent written and oral communication skills, and a working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook, as well as Google Chrome. The successful candidate will be responsible for implementation of the service with a designated group of up to 20 Subscribers in east and northeast Georgia.  

Applications will be accepted until February 28, 2022, or until position is filled.  Interested individuals should send their resumes, including references and salary requirements to The Gas Authority is an equal opportunity employer.