Ager Operator Job Description Sample
Water Operator Trainee Or Water Treatment Plant Operator I
Responsibilities/Pay Grade Benefits Supplemental Questions
WATER OPERATOR TRAINEE PG 21
Salary: $15.66 - $23.50 Hourly / $32,572.80 - $48,880.00 Annually
Working on an assigned shift, performs skilled work in the operation and maintenance of a water treatment plant. Work direction may be exercised over lower-level maintenance personnel. Work is performed under the supervision of higher-level technical personnel.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Monitors the operation of various pieces of equipment and machinery to insure proper operation.
Adjusts various pieces of equipment to produce required effect.
Takes samples at various plants and in the distribution system, performs physical and chemical tests, and records results.
Calibrates, reads, and records various meters and gauges.
Performs general maintenance on plant equipment and machinery.
May prepare work orders for repairs beyond the capabilities of shift personnel.
Performs other duties as required.
For those possessing a current Water TP License:
- WATER TREATMENT PLANT OPERATOR I PG 22
Salary: $16.44 - $24.67 Hourly / $34,195.20 - $51,313.60 Annually
Performs specialized work functions associated with water treatment plant operations. Work is performed under the general supervision of the Water Operator Field Supervisor and Water and SCADA Operations Manager.
Monitors water treatment plant processes and equipment operations per established procedures to ensure proper treatment of potable water per federal/state regulations.
Monitors and inspects plant equipment and operations for safety, maintenance and proper process operations; reports equipment failures or other problems to supervisor.
Records instrument readings and test results; operates water pumps, maintains and operates water and other water production facilities.
Adjust well flows and chemical feed system as required.
Operates electrical and mechanical controls to regulate flow through various stages of operations and adjusts operational controls as needed or required.
Performs operational adjustments on gauges and controls as necessary.
Operates water plant equipment to include but not limited to; pumps, valves, filters, motors, mixers, feed systems and related equipment.
May be required to respond to emergencies during after hours and weekends.
Performs various cleaning, repair, and maintenance tasks necessary to maintain water treatment facility, machinery, equipment, tools and grounds in satisfactory condition (which may include inspecting/testing equipment, lubricating pumps, cleaning equipment, cleaning building and work areas, lifting/moving heavy materials. etc.).
Maintains records and logs of test results, meter readings, chemical applications, and other data.
Prepares and/or completes various forms, reports, inventories, checklists, logs, or other documents; forwards or maintains as appropriate.
Communicates with supervisor, employees, to exchange information, or resolve problems.
Maintains current knowledge and awareness of applicable laws/regulations; maintains an awareness of new trends/advances in the profession; reads professional literature; attends workshops and training sessions as appropriate.
All other duties as assigned.
High school diploma or equivalent. (Educational documentation will be required upon offer of employment.)
- An Operator I must also have: One year of experience in the operation and maintenance of water treatment machinery and equipment.
Basic level of experience in use of computers.
Any combination of education, training, and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the essential functions of the job.
All Water Operators are required to work rotating shift work. For example: 28 day rotation of 6-2, 2-10, and 10-6; and/or 6am to 6pm and 6pm to 6am.
Licenses and Certifications:
May require the possession of or ability to obtain a Florida Driver License upon offer of employment.
Possession of or ability to obtain a Class "C" Water Operator's License as issued by the Department of Environmental Protection within 24 months.
- An Operator I: Possession of a Class "C" Water License as issued by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection is required.
A written test will be administered to determine mechanical aptitude, knowledge of safety practices, knowledge of tools and reading of scales and gauges, knowledge of elementary chemistry and general science, understanding and interpreting written material, and basic mathematics.
Testing scores will be a contributing factor for selection.
Employment offers to all new hires are contingent upon the job candidates successfully passing background and reference checks, nicotine screening, drug screening, and post job offer physicals (that may include pulmonary testing). Offers of transfers or promotion to current ECUA employees are not subject to nicotine screening. All applicants are subject to physical assessments as required by job.
Physical Requirements/Working Environment:The employee is regularly required to sit, stand and walk, use hands to handle, or feel, turn, reach with hands and arms, bend body downward and forward by bending legs and spine, climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl, and lift and/or move up to 100 pounds with proper assistance.
The employee is regularly exposed to outdoor weather conditions, fumes and/or airborne particles, noxious odors, dust, mist, and/or gases; work near moving mechanical parts, risk of electrical shock, and toxic, acidic, or caustic chemicals.
As a disaster team member, the employee is required to be available to work before, during, and after any disaster as directed.
The incumbent's working conditions are typically loud.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities/Supplemental Information:MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT USED:
Light Truck or Other Motor Vehicle, Riding Lawn Mower
Various Power and Hand Tools
Various Specialized Plant Equipment and Machinery
Lab testing equipment
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Operation and maintenance of machinery and equipment
Occupational hazards and safety precautions
Operating equipment and machinery
Performing general maintenance and labor activities
Using power and hand tools
Operating a motor vehicle
Maintaining accurate records and files
Basic computer knowledge
Understand and follow oral and written instructions
Read and record meters and gauges
Perform basic mathematical calculations
Record activities during work day in logs and or computers
United States Rock Springs: Operator Assistant II - Service Operator II - Frac/Acid
We are looking for the right people — people who want to innovate, achieve, grow and lead. We attract and retain the best talent by investing in our employees and empowering them to develop themselves and their careers. Experience the challenges, rewards and opportunity of working for one of the world's largest providers of products and services to the global energy industry.
Under strict supervision, delivers PSL equipment to wellsite. Provides proppant handling services, manifolding rig-up and tanks measurement during the job.
Learns basic operations to include but not limited to: (1) performing pre/post job equipment inspections, (2) performing and completing preventative maintenance procedures and (3) operating support equipment (i.e., proppant handling, Fluid Tanks, suction manifolding, treating lines, etc.). Completes requisite training (essential math, essential red book, safety training, etc.) following I Learn's career development system processes. Assists in assembly and preparation of equipment for installation and service. Assists in the clean up, repair, and preparation for the next job.
Skills are acquired by completing the career development requirements in I Learn's competency management system and 3-6 months experience as an Operator Asst I. Must have successfully passed company tests and met competency Task Lists requirements. The ability to perform basic mathematical calculations is required.
Reading comprehension and writing skills are required. Basic computer skills are preferred. Licensure to drive commercial vehicles is required.
Promotes safety awareness and environmental consciousness, and complies with all applicable safety and environmental procedures and regulations. Promotes and takes an active part in quality improvement processes.
Halliburton is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
1801 Blairtown Road, Rock Springs, Wyoming, 82901, United States
Requisition Number: 63034
Experience Level: Entry-Level
Job Family: Operations
Product Service Line: Production Enhancement
Full Time / Part Time: Full Time
Additional Locations for this position:
Compensation is competitive and commensurate with experience.
Nearest Major Market: Wyoming
Job Segment: Equipment Operator, Manufacturing
Security Systems Operator - Extra Help Security Systems Operator
Examples of Duties Benefits Supplemental Questions
This recruitment is being established to obtain a current eligible list for both full time and extra help vacancies as they occur. Extra help are not entitled to county benefits and are limited to a maximum of 25 hours per week. Extra Help pay is up to $19.04 per hour.
Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:
Operates computer to track officer movement and inmates/minors assigned to a specific facility.
Looks for aggressive behavior or other potential security problems between inmates/juveniles notifying Correctional Officer or Juvenile Institutions Officer on duty of all suspicious behaviors.
Maintains visitor and inmate/juvenile access control.
Ensures Correctional Officer or Juvenile Institutions Officer access to secured areas.
Makes announcements to inmates/juveniles and officers on duty.
Assists the public with inmate/juvenile and facility information and provides them with general procedural information.
Transmits information between housing units, medical, control, commissary, etc.
Assigns computer based alpha or numeric identification codes to inmates/juveniles.
Determines routing of information based on content and knowledge of unit operations.
Records and processes bail and/or court fees from schedule on inmates in custody.
Prepares reports and other related written material.
May assist with the processing of prisoners/detainees. May also testify in court on matters relating to inmates/juveniles.
Equivalent to graduation from High School.
Two (2) years of full time experience as a security guard, dispatcher, computer/surveillance terminal operator, or similar work in a related public law enforcement field or military service. One year of college or business school may substitute for one year of required experience.
Two (2) years of full time clerical experience which involved increased responsibility
and public contact. One year of college or business school may substitute for one year of required
experience. Work experience in a law enforcement agency is desirable.
Forklift Operator (2Nd Shift) (1427-413)
With a decade of high performance, solid business growth and over 400,000 square feet of office and production space across the continent, we're equipped to handle any print job at any time.
Our success in fast processing helps our high volume of orders to be completed even faster and more accurately, in turn giving our customers quicker turnarounds and deliveries.
To continue our success, we're investing further in our Miami, FL operation and are looking to hire an additional Forklift Operator.
The forklift Operator is responsible for operating a forklift to move, locate, relocate, stack, and count merchandise. The Operator is accountable for the safe and efficient operation of the vehicle and may also be required to perform Order Filler and Checker duties.
Unload inbound shipments safely and move product to storage locations.
Efficiently stack and store the merchandise in the appropriate areas
Ensure inbound and outbound shipments are accurate and free of damage. Report quality variances.
Pull and prepare product for shipment, ensuring that the exact number and type of product is loaded and shipped. Perform picking duties in an efficient manner that meets customer service standards
Efficiently move product from staging and/or storage areas into rail cars or trailers.
Load, unload, move, stack, and stage product and materials using a forklift, clamp truck,or other power equipment. Use radio frequency equipment for picking, receiving, putaway, and load functions, as required.
Maintain the facility's equipment and materials in a neat, clean, and orderlyfashion.
On a daily basis, inspect and perform minor maintenance on the forklift or other equipment.
Operate all equipment in a safe and efficient manner following prescribed work methods.
Keep appropriate records and reports to guarantee that tight inventory control and security are maintained. Assist in physical inventories. Ensure proper stock rotation.
Maintain a clean, neat, and orderly work area. Assist in maintaining thesecurity of the warehouse. Conduct operations in a manner that promotes safety. Comply with OSHA and MSDS Standards
Perform or assist in building, grounds, and equipment maintenance as required.
Responsible for putting away all incoming materials into designated area.
Report any and all workplace hazards, work related injuries, illnesses, and/or near misses to management immediately.
Wear all assigned Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) as and when required.
Keep all work areas/work stations in compliance with our housekeeping guidelines.
Follow and comply with all safety and work rules and regulations.
Maintain departmental housekeeping standards, such as keeping floors swept and absent of debris that may be a work hazard.
Certified forklift operator (Preferred)
Ability to perform mathematical functions of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
Ability to work flexible, extended hours and weekends as required
The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 50 lbs.
Equipment Operator II- Patch Truck
Under general supervision, operates self-contained hot-mix patcher operation in repairing small "pothole" failures through a semi-skilled or manual unskilled process. May operate trucks of 2½ ton to 10 cu. yd. (46,000 GWV) and other equipment as required. As crew leader, employee is responsible for job site supervision of Utility Worker. This position will be required to work shifts including evenings, weekends, holidays, overtime as necessary by the department, and during inclement weather. This position is considered weather essential personnel.
Generally responsible for the hot-mix patcher operation in the repair of "potholes" and other similar repair. May be required to do manual work to assist in the performance of various tasks
Operates various attachments on the patcher unit (jackhammer, tamper, and spray bar).
Calculation of hot-mix needed on a daily basis, as well as obtaining all supplies necessary for the day's work assignment.
Responsible for barricading and coning of work area as well as retrieval of same upon completion of job.
Excavate and repair failed area in a prescribed manner.
Clean and make minor repairs/adjustments to patch unit and truck.
Proper completion of daily job reports.
Operates truck-mounted snowplow or loader during winter emergencies.
May operate equipment in other comparable pay categories or be willing to train if necessary.
Minimum eighth (8th) grade education with two (2) years experience in operating light and medium equipment and trucks and including one (1) year experience in responsible asphalt work. Some college desirable, high school graduation preferred. Must be able to obtain a valid Class "A" CDL (with "N" Tanker endorsement) within 30 days of employment. Completion of at least sixteen (16) hours training in safety and barricading within probationary year is required.
Reasonable accommodation will be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position. While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is required to exert up to 100 pounds of force occasionally and/or in excess of 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or in excess of 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects. The employee must also balance, climb, crawl, crouch, walk, stand, kneel, stoop, sit, hear, feel, finger, grasp, handle, reach, pull, push, speak, see, and write. Also requires the ability to make rational decisions and perform repetitive motions.
Requires good working knowledge of medium-sized truck equipped with heated asphalt container and attachments to include jackhammer, power tamp, and spray wand.
Should be familiar with all hand tools, both manual and power, jackhammer, and power tamper.
During inclement weather, may use truck-mounted snow plow, sand/salt spreader, and front-end loader (2 ½ cu. yd. capacity).
Ability to integrate well with others.
Good physical condition required due to considerable manual labor to perform shoveling and raking of asphalt mix.
May require some light to medium lifting (30-50 lbs.) during minor repair or adjustment to equipment, but could involve heavier lifting (50-1101bs.) when performing manual tasks.
Extensive stop and go driving in city traffic resulting in constant exposure to traffic and associated hazards.
This position is subject to 24-hour emergency call out.
Essential Job Functions:
The employee must also balance, climb, crawl, crouch, walk, stand, kneel, stoop, sit, hear, feel, finger, grasp, handle, reach, pull, push, speak, see, and write. Also requires the ability to make rational decisions and perform repetitive motions.
May work Monday-Friday 8:00 am until 4:30 pm but could be required to work Monday through Thursday 7:30 am to 6:00 pm during summer months.
Subject to after-hour callbacks during emergencies.
The Production Associate operates chemical process systems and ancillary equipment. He / She performs all tasks in a safe manner and follows plant safety and quality policies and procedures.
Operate chemical processing and related equipment following Equipment Operating Procedures (EOP), Manufacturing Control Plans (MCP's), and standardized work procedures.
Adjust controls to regulate variables as per instructions. Perform set up procedures to prepare systems for operation.
Monitor and troubleshoot the process to maintain required operating conditions. Conduct in process Quality Control testing.
Performs minor maintenance on process and support equipment.
May transfer and move materials in heavy containers. Assist in packaging product for shipment and in loading/unloading product or raw materials.
Participate in scheduled safety meetings and complete safety training requirements.
Perform other duties as assigned. Keep work area safe and clean.
Manual dexterity, accuracy and attention to details. General mechanical aptitude.
High level of safety awareness and attention to details.
Written, verbal communication and active listening skills. Capacity to cross-train with other operating units. Ability to work collaboratively with others in a team-based environment.
Organizational and record keeping skills. Familiarity with computers as a user.
Flexibility in performing changing assignments and work schedules.
Ability to lift heavy containers and use material handling equipment.
About the Company
Founded in 1882, Cabot Corporation (NYSE: CBT) is a global specialty chemicals and performance materials company, headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts. The company is a leading provider of rubber and specialty carbons, activated carbon, inkjet colorants, cesium formate drilling fluids, fumed silica, aerogel and elastomer composites.
Cabot Corporation is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, status as a protected veteran, among other things, or status as a qualified individual with disability.
Transit Operator (Casual/On-Call)
On the job training provided! Immediate Openings!
Recruitment Process Information:
Application materials (application, cover letter, and resume) must be completed online.
This position is responsible for the operation of public transit vehicles on an on-call basis for RiverCities Transit and the City of Longview. Casual Transit Operators are expected to be continually available in an on-call status.
Salary range: $21.41 per hour (Casual Operator), $18.65 per hour (Casual Operator Trainee Pay)
Safety sensitive positions will be subject to the random drug and alcohol policy per the Department of Transportation federal regulations. A pre-employment physical and background check will be conducted.
Essential Job Duties
Operate public transit buses on specified routes and time schedules, collect passenger fares, issue and collect transfers and provide fare and schedule information to passengers. Provide information to passengers concerning transit routes, city street locations, points of interest, time schedules, public buildings and business locations, and provide basic first-aid care when conditions warrant. Ensure passenger safety by enforcing transit passenger rules and assist passengers with physical disabilities. Care for and turn in lost-and-found articles and other duties as required. Secure wheelchairs and bikes on bike rack.
High School Diploma or GED. Must have a valid commercial driver's license Class "B" with passenger endorsement and air brake restriction removed. One year experience driving bus or vehicle(s) of similar size preferred. Valid State of Washington L&I First Aid/CPR Card or ability to obtain within 90 days of hire.
Ideal Candidate Information
Streets within urban area and scheduled bus routes.
Two-way radio transmission and ability to communicate using this equipment.
Passenger safety rules and standards as well as departmental.
Deal courteously with public and fellow employees.
Work emergency, on-call status requiring availability by telephone.
Stay calm under adverse conditions.
Read maps and understand verbal direction, maintain vehicle inspection sheets, prepare incident/accident reports, maintain ridership records, hourly and daily totals and monitor and count types of passengers.
Heavy Equipment Operator (2)
I. JOB SUMMARY
The purpose of this position is to operate and maintain complex heavy equipment in all phases of designated operations in assigned department. Other duties may include assisting with traffic control for special events or onsite inspections, excavating dirt removal, road resurfacing, minor equipment repairs, and other duties as required.
II. EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
Requires knowledge of a specific vocational, administrative, or technical nature that may be obtained with six-months/one year of advanced study or training past the high school equivalency. Community college, vocational, business, technical, or correspondence schools are likely sources. Appropriate certification may be awarded upon satisfactory completion of advanced study or training.
Requires three (3) to five (5) years' experience in heavy equipment/vehicle operating, or comparable experience.
III. EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS
Applicant will be subject to a complete background investigation. Incomplete, inaccurate and/or failure to report information will cause the applicant rejection from consideration.
Applicant must take and pass a pre-employment drug test administered by the City of Edinburg at the City's expense.
Must have a current valid class "A" Commercial Driver's License (CDL) from the Texas Department of Public Safety with a satisfactory driving record.
Additional requirements for Utilities Department.
IV. SKILL ABILITY REQUIREMENTS
Requires a working knowledge of proper operation, safety precautions, and occupational hazards involved in operating heavy equipment.
Work requires the occasional direction of helpers, assistants, seasonal employees, interns, or temporary employees.
Work requires regular interaction involving exchange and receipt of information.
Normally performs the duty assignment after receiving general instructions as to methods, procedures, and desired end results. There is some opportunity for discretion when making selections among a few, easily identifiable choices. Work requires the use of standard technical skills appropriate to the work environment of the organization.
V. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
Note: This information is intended to be descriptive of the key responsibilities of the position. The list of essential functions below does not identify all duties performed by any single incumbent in this position.
Perform skilled work operating one of several types of light to heavy equipment used to excavate, load, transfer or move dirt, gravel, or other materials; operate bulldozers, compactors, front end loader, earth mover, motor grader, and other related equipment; perform maintenance, as required, to designated streets, utility systems, landfills, etc.; read and interpret engineering construction plans.
Transport light to heavy equipment to designated work site; perform daily equipment checks, complete pre-trip and post-trip checks of equipment, immediately report all equipment defects to the supervisor, verbally and in writing on Departmental Work Order; clean equipment using appropriate materials.
Operate assigned equipment in a safe, proper and efficient manner following City, Department, Regulatory Agency and manufacturer rules, regulations, policies and procedures.
Complete daily report forms for all equipment used, include mileage and service requests; service and make minor repairs to equipment and prepares a daily maintenance report.
General office and safety equipment/materials to include but not limited to the following:
General work tools
Gloves, safety vest, safety glasses, ear plugs, hard hat and steel-toed boot
VII. WORK CONDITIONS
Frequent exposure to unpleasant environmental conditions and/or hazards. Majority of work performed outside or with exposure to risk.
VIII. PHYSICAL DEMANDS
The job has some significant hazards and the physical demands are moderate to heavy. Duties involve continuous bending, lifting, digging, carrying or walking, and/or using force equal to lifting 50-100 pounds.
Machine Operator Class 1
This position is responsible for operating machinery to ensure the continuous flow of product thru the production process and insuring proper ingredients supplies are being used on the line. Responsible for monitoring and adjusting machine settings as needed and notifying supervisor if machines should require maintenance while maintaining a safe work environment and adhering to Tyson policies and procedures.
Applicants must be willing and able to maintain the box machine, feed boxes into the machine, place bag into box, maintain box inventory on mezzanine, change dies when needed to make various sized boxes, clear any box jams, minimize downtime, read production schedules. Applicants must be willing and able to work weekends and extended hours as necessary.
Applicants must be willing and able to work with soy, poultry, flour, spices, wheat, dairy or egg. Applicants must demonstrate the ability to improve in performance over an extended period of time. Applicants must be willing and able to work in cold environment (40 - 45 F temperatures). The applicant must be willing and able to become knowledgeable in all GMP standards pertaining to personal hygiene and the inspection process.
The applicant must be willing and able to perform repetitive motion on a consistent and steady basis. The applicant must be willing and able to work well with others in a team environment. The applicant must be willing and able to lift up to 40 lbs., including overhead lifting.
The applicant must be willing and able to operate a manual pallet jack. Must be willing to become lock out tag out certified.
Applicants must show at least 6 months of work experience with one employer within the last 24 months. If an applicant meets Tysons minimum requirements for consideration, they may be contacted for an interview.
Applicants who have worked for Tyson before may be considered for rehire once if they meet the location s rehire criteria. Your application is only active for the current month in which you applied. You will need to reapply next month to have an active application and be considered for employment.
Tyson Foods, Inc. voluntarily participates in the E-Verify system and uses all tools made available by the federal government to confirm the employment eligibility of all team members. Persons offered employment with Tyson Foods are required to provide documentation proving their employment eligibility, and all offers of employment are contingent upon successful completion of the E-Verify process.
Machine Operator - VMC
The Machine Operator - VMC is responsible for tending to the VMC cell with set ups and change overs. Under limited supervision, perform a variety of tasks as requested by supervisors and leadership.
Essential Job Duties:
With minimal supervision must be able to:
Perform set-ups and changeovers to meet production needs
Conduct "in process" inspections on a regular basis using precision measuring devices
Make necessary machine adjustments as required by product specifications
Assist in maintaining proper levels of material on hand to ensure optimal equipment operation
Audit production results and keeps operators and mangers informed of results
Maintain clean, uncluttered workplace; Performs TPM and 6S as scheduled
Discuss, recommend and evaluate changes in equipment, materials, operating procedures, training procedures and/or rates of operation with supervisors, engineering and other operations personnel
Maintain ongoing production and set-up time records demonstrating equipment output levels of product by part number
Assist maintenance personnel in diagnosing and making repairs to equipment; perform repair when appropriate
Attend training to maintain and/or increase skills and train others as needed
Adjust work schedule to meet needs of other shifts when necessary
Vocational school certification in coursework addressing multiple axis, computer controlled metal machining equipment.
Two years experience with equipment designed for automated production
Familiarity with controllers and programming languages required
Basic to intermediate understanding of PC generated spreadsheets and word processing.
Must be able to effectively communicate in English.
Must be able to follow written and/or verbal instruction.
Moderately loud environment where you would be required to walk or stand for extended periods of time. Environmental temperatures fluxuates between extreme hot and cold.
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