ACTS Project Coordinator

Posted 17 April 2023
Location Tulsa, United States of America
Job type Contract

Job Description

ACTS Project Coordinator

Location: Tulsa, OK - Hybrid


The ESH Management Systems department is undertaking a project as directed by the Environmental Compliance and Sustainability departments to implement air quality and GHG program requirements in a new environmental management system database called ACTS, which is an acronym for Asset and Compliance Tracking System.   Due to the effort needed to prepare and import facility and emission source-related data for the NGP and NGGP business units, and to prepare the system for testing, training, and rollout, we are requesting project coordination assistance as outlined below for the ACTS Project Manager.


  • Support the ACTS Project Manager with assigned tasks within the ACTS implementation project to ensure successful delivery.

  • Assist the Project Manager with project logistics, including communicating relevant project information such as status, issues, and deliverables to project teams and to management.  

  • Provide implementation support which includes organizing and troubleshooting source datasets, training, and communicating updates.

  • Aid in the planning and organizing of project activities with internal and external team members to provide quality, timely, and cost-effective delivery of project tasks. 

Essential Functions and Responsibilities 

  • Assist Project Manager with implementation of the ACTS project, including but not limited to: 

    • Execute ACTS project activities including design, data and requirement gathering, and testing

    • Communicate and track project status and schedule 

    • Prepare facility and emission source-related data for import

    • Identify/troubleshoot data integrity and inconsistencies 

    • Create data queries and reports within ACTS (Oracle-based)

    • Create business process maps and process/procedure documentation

    • Create and update training material

    • Knowledge of upstream or midstream natural gas industry and air quality considerations for equipment used in this industry. (preferred)