G&A Partners

  • Prover (Measurement Tech)

    Job Locations US-NM-Carlsbad
    Oil & Gas
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    For over 20 years, G&A Partners has been helping entrepreneurs grow their businesses, take better care of their employees, and enjoy a higher quality of life by providing proven HR solutions and technology.


    G&A Partners is partnering with Centurion Pipeline CO., a midstream crude oil transportation organization, who is looking for a Prover (Measurement Tech) to join their dynamic team.


    Essential Job Duties:

    • Responsible for meter calibration (displacement and coriolis) and all other proving duties in assigned area and other areas as needed.
    • Operate and move, (pulling/backing), gooseneck proving trailer.
    • Witness third party meter calibrations as needed.
    • Perform various mathematical calculations associated with meter proving calculations and analyze meter performance and other analytical data to assist in accurate measurement.
    • Troubleshoot and repair all meter proving related problems and/or assist in repair if needed.
    • Read and understand station flow, pipeline drawings, and maps.
    • Schedule and coordinate meter calibrations at lease and custody facilities locations.
    • Assist in maintenance and measurement operations as needed.
    • Other duties and projects assigned as needed.


    Required Qualifications:

    • Education and Ability
    • High School Diploma or GED
    • Must possess a class A CDL with Hazmat endorsement and have a clean driving record.
    • Strong math skills
    • Self-motivated and able to work with little supervision.
    • Must be a team player and work and communicate well with others.


    • Must have 2 years portable/stationary meter proving experience.
    • Strong understanding and experience of prover Water Draw methods and calculations.
    • Strong understanding of DOT, OSHA, and API regulations.


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