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Gas Control Operator

Londonderry, NH, US, 03053

Our purpose is sustaining energy and water for life, and it is demonstrated in everything we do as a business, and as an employee team.

At Liberty, we hire passionate people who care about doing the right thing for our customers. We are entrepreneurial, creative, and outcome-focused. Here, your natural talent and achievements will flourish in an inclusive environment of teamwork, trust and continuous learning. We are always pursuing excellence to exceed our ambitions goals, rewarding both the goal outcome and how we achieve it. 


Responsible for the monitoring and control of pressures and flows on the Company’s distribution system via the SCADA system in order to meet customer demands in a safe, reliable, and cost-effective manner. Manage the supply and demand balance with upstream pipeline systems by coordinating and nominating discretionary pipeline supplies, storage, and peaking resources; daily forecasting of firm load requirements; and coordination of activities with field personnel.


  • Monitor and control system pressures and flows
  • Respond to gas alarms and take corrective actions
  • Provide support during system emergencies
  • Direct field personnel and coordinate LNG/LPG Plant operation
  • Verify accuracy of data and reports
  • Complete Control center logs and reports.
  • Establish restoration priorities and dispatch resources as appropriate
  • Update screens and displays as needed.
  • Coordinate Emergency Response with Engineering/Field
  • Complies with Federal and State regulations as set forth by the Department of Transportation
  • Coordinate daily planning with Energy Procurement
  • Balance customer needs with available supplies on a daily basis utilizing on-system and upstream resources
  • Assist in verification and confirmations of flows, nominations, and gas data

Education and Experience

  • Two year degree or higher Technical Degree (i.e. Engineering/Technology) or 4 years equivalent work experience in gas or electric industry required.
  • Excellent written, communication, and organizational skills required.
  • Ability to read and understand GIS/System Maps preferred.
  • Work well both independently and in a team environment.
  • Able to work shift work including overtime, Saturday, Sunday, holiday, on-call and shifts as assigned.
  • Strong knowledge of Excel, Word, and SCADA preferred.
  • Experience in Gas & Electric operations and general understanding of gas & electric distribution preferred.
  • Meet the physically fit DOT determined by Company’s physician and pass DOT drug testing.
  • Pass Control Room Operator Qualifications.
  • Ability to assimilate data from a variety of sources quickly, formulates, and executes action plans during periods of stress.
  • Some traveling may be required.

Algonquin Power & Utilities Corp. is a growing renewable energy and utility company with over $15 billion of assets across North America and internationally.

For more than 30 years, Algonquin has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to delivering clean energy and water solutions. Our rapid growth has led both our regulated utility services and renewable energy business groups into different geographies and commodities, but our purpose remains unchanged – Sustaining Energy and Water for Life.

Through our operating business (Liberty), we provide regulated electricity, water, and natural gas utility services to over 1 million customer connections, primarily in North America. And, our growing portfolio of clean, renewable wind, solar, hydro and thermal power generation facilities represent over 3 GW of renewable generation capacity in operation and under construction.

With our robust, diversified, and growing presence in communities across North America and internationally, we are continually demonstrating our “Think Global,  Act Local” business model.

What we offer

Company funded Pension program

401k with Company match

Full insurance benefits (health/dental/vision/life)

Collaborative environment with a genuine flexible working policy

Share purchase/match plan

Defined Contribution savings plan

Top Talent Program

Volunteer paid days off

Employee Assistance Program

Achievement fund


We are focused on building a diverse and inclusive workforce.  If you are excited about this role and are not certain you meet the all the qualification requirements, we encourage you to apply to further investigate the opportunity.

We are an equal opportunity employer and value each person’s unique background, diversity, experiences, perspectives and talents. Full participation of all employees in a safe, healthy and respectful environment is key to individual and company success. We are committed to fully utilizing the abilities of all of our employees and expect each of our employees to honor this commitment in their daily responsibilities.

Nearest Major Market: Boston

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