Pipeline Supervisor Salary
The average pay for a Pipeline Supervisor is $95,503 per year. Most people in this job have more than five years' experience in related jobs.
|Salary||$24,511 - $293,614|
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|$38,911 - $153,965|
|Hourly Rate||$18.55 - $53.33|
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Job Description for Pipeline Supervisor
Pipeline supervisors are responsible for managing and coordinating the installation of natural gas or oil pipelines. They often oversee several installation employees at once, as well as a team of cross-functional industry technicians, and must be able to efficiently manage any and all aspects of the pipeline while ensuring that all employees are working toward the same outcome in a time-efficient manner. Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to successfully communicate with employees and upper management are also important in this position.Read More...
Pipeline supervisors should have strong customer service skills and the ability to communicate outside the organization in a professional manner, such as with state, county, and city officials to ensure that all local, state, and federal regulations are met and all land titles have been addressed and finalized prior to a pipeline's installation.
These supervisors must be able to read and understand blueprints, land surveyor reports, and other design and layout documents, and should have a basic understanding of relevant industry software and applications. A bachelor's degree in a technical field, valid driver’s license, and working knowledge of oil and/or natural gas are necessary for this position, and pipeline supervisors should also maintain a professional yet courteous demeanor at all times. (Copyright 2017 PayScale.com)
Pipeline Supervisor Tasks
- Interview, hire, train, supervise and support staff.
- Create and maintain relationships with customers and others.
- Track project progress and update documentation.
- Oversee safety and regulation programs and handle hazards and other problems.
- Track data, review reports, adjust budget and communicate strategies.
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