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CMM Operator / Automotive Plant
· Knowledge of PC Dimis software preferred
· Knowledge of GD&T and Blueprint Reading to perform inspection and calibration of fixtures and product.
· Required knowledge of SPC
· Responsible for documentation and record retention
· Gauge certification program fixtures and hand gauges
· Complete Capability study programs
· Must be able to work in a team environment
· Strong organizational and communication skills needed
About Republic Services
Republic Services is an industry leader in U.S. recycling and non-hazardous solid waste. Through our subsidiaries, Republic's collection companies, recycling centers, transfer stations and landfills focus on providing effective solutions to make proper waste disposal effortless for our 14 million customers. We'll handle it from here.TM, our brand promise, lets customers know they can count on Republic to provide a superior experience while fostering a sustainable Blue PlanetTM for future generations to enjoy a cleaner, safer and healthier world.
Our history dates back to the early 1990's when Republic Waste Services was formed to consolidate a series of regional waste collection companies. The Company underwent a series of name changes and business transformations during the early to mid-90's and began trading as Republic Services, Inc. (NYSE:RSG) on July 1, 1998. For the next 10 years, the Company experienced strong and dramatic growth and, in late 2008, Republic Services and Allied Waste Industries merged to create the current Company. Today, Republic Services is a Fortune 300 Company, operating across 39 states and Puerto Rico.
Why Work with Us
Our Company cannot thrive without great people devoted to serving customers, the community and the planet. We hire the best people to make Republic a great place to work. We are focused on attracting talented individuals across professions who are as committed to serving customers and the planet as we are. We strive to create a workplace that's meaningful and rewarding to our 33,000 employees. That's why we are proud to be recognized as Best Large Employer by Forbes, World's Most Ethical Companies by Ethisphere, and One of the Most Meaningful Companies to Work for in America by Business Insider.
The Company's E&P division provides oilfield waste services to its customer base and operates three types of waste management and disposal facilities: treatment, recovery and disposal facilities; engineered landfills; and salt water disposal injection wells. The Plant Operator (E&P) is responsible for the operation of generation facilities and associated equipment. The Plant Operator (E&P) investigates abnormal operating conditions, initiates corrective action and performs preventative maintenance.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilitites
Good customer services skills to meet and exceed customer expectations; acts in a professional, courteous and cooperative manner toward customers and co-workers; works with a sense of honesty and trustworthiness.
Good time management skills to ensure assigned responsibilities are completed in an efficient and safe manner.
Good follow through ability; adheres to work schedule and follows through on challenges as they arise.
Ability to adhere to Company policies and rules set forth; promotes the Company's safety standards; does not take inappropriate risks.
Maintains a feeling of pride in work; strives to achieve all goals.
- Experience in the operation of generation facilities and associated equipment.
May work in any of 6 areas of a generation facility as a Press Operator, Centrifuge Operator, Heating Operator, Receiving Operator, Yard Operator or Plant Fluid Operator.
In addition to the duties below, performs other job-related duties as assigned or apparent. Press Operator:
Fills mix tanks and applies perlite as needed.
Initiates, maintains and completes runs of the press.
Opens the press at the end of every cycle, drops cake and cleans plates in preparation for another cycle.
Maintains the cleanliness of the press area.
Moves fluids, gauges tanks and monitors fluid levels. Centrifuge Operator:
Operates all mud plant activities.
Maintains all equipment associated with the mud plant operations.
Fills mix tanks and applies polymers as needed.
Initiates, maintains and completes runs of the centrifuge.
Maintains the cleanliness of the centrifuge area.
Moves fluids, gauges tanks and monitors fluid levels. Heating Operator:
Moves cold fluids through the hot oil unit into heated tanks and heats the fluid as needed.
Initiates effective communication with plant personnel to ensure cold fluid is coming from proper sources and arriving, heated, at the correct destination.
Responsible for all fluid levels in tanks, including both suction and receiving.
Maintains the hot oil unit and the cleanliness of the area. Receiving Operator:
Receives all fluids at the plant and moves them from the receiving area to the assigned tanks.
Maintains tank levels and ensures appropriate space is available for all fluids.
Records exact amounts of fluid received and ensures all paperwork is completed properly.
Maintains the cleanliness of the receiving area. Yard Operator:
Responsible for all heavy equipment at the plant.
Arranges for the pick-up and delivery of all solids that leave the plant.
Keeps cake roll offs at levels to allow presses and centrifuges the room to continue processing.
Loads all cake trucks and secures loads that leave the plant.
Responsible for the solidity of the cake that leaves the plant and ensures that it is appropriately mixed with fly-ash so it can be received at disposal.
Oversees the maintenance of all the equipment at the plant and arranges for repairs with the mechanics. Plant Fluid Operator:
Moves all fluids in the manifold room of the plant for final destination. This includes oil for sale, water for disposal, junk to the press tanks and any other final processing as it arises.
Arranges for the pick-up of all fluids that leave the plant.
Responsible for quality control of all oil sales and water disposal.
Maintains all pumps, valves and pipes in the manifold room of the plant.
Maintains the cleanliness of the manifold area. The statements used herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of the work being performed by an employee in this position, and are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties and skills required by an incumbent so classified. Furthermore, they do not establish a contract for employment and are subject to change at the discretion of the Company.
Rewarding Compensation and Benefits
Eligible employees can elect to participate in:
Comprehensive medical benefits coverage, dental plans and vision coverage.
Health care and dependent care spending accounts.
Short- and long-term disability.
Life insurance and accidental death & dismemberment insurance.
Employee and Family Assistance Program (EAP).
Employee discount programs.
401(k) plan with a generous company match.
Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESPP).
Republic Services is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, protected veteran status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.
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Plant Operations Director
Proven Leader with five (5) years of experience in Plant Operations in an acute hospital setting; Proven track record implementing & designing environment of care, Joint Commission compliance and emergency management process as well as possessing an excellent knowledge of Safety, Engineering & Building Code and Joint Commission Standards
Water Treatment Plant & Distribution Operator & Senior Operator
Water Treatment Plant & Distribution Operator & Senior Operator (Multiple Positions Available in San Diego county and Orange county
EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:Candidate must have at least 5-years experience as a water treatment and distribution plant operator that includes experience working directly with the treatment process, water distribution and SCADA controls.
Job responsibilities for this position are as follows: Oversee and manage all operational tasks at water treatment plants. This includes operating and monitoring the water treatment plant process equipment, such as: pumps, motors, blowers etc. to ensure that treated water meets the treatment or distribution objectives.
Required qualifications include: High School Diploma or GED, at least 5-years experience working as a water treatment and or distribution operator, California drivers license with clean record, able to operate all water treatment and or distribution equipment, interpret field and analytical test results, effectively communicate and demonstrate mathematical competence, mechanical ability, problem solving and good communication skills.
REQUIRED CERTIFICATIONS: California Treatment I and Distribution I to Treatment III and Distribution III Operators
Competitive Salary and Benefits Offered
Pay range is $20.00/hour to $40.00/hour and is based on experience, water treatment and distribution license grades and if the candidate possesses additional California certifications for wastewater treatment or collections
COO Berry Plant Operation
Over the years, our company has shown steady growth and diversification both nationally and internationally. Our company goals are to continue our steady growth, establish important management positions to control and manage our growth and to maintain the company as a leader in the marketplace.
What we are looking for
We are hiring a Chief Operating Officer, based in Deerfield MA, to work closely with the owner to lead operations by maximizing company resources, focusing on efficiency, defining our growth plans and being a leader in variety development. In this role you will ideally be progressing into the CEO role within 1-2 years. You will be leading the CFO, Director of Sales, General Manager, Director of HR, Directors of Production including the Nursery/Farm operations, Lab, Greenhouse and Packing/Storage/Shipping operations. The COO is responsible for 75-100 total employees domestically as well as use of seasonal labor. You will be leading both the MA location and our second operation in Eastern Washington.
- You are an entrepreneurial-minded individual that looks to be the innovative leader in an industry
- You have experience in the agriculture industry; ideally in specialty crops, plant stock or vegetable seeds, open to other backgrounds in agriculture
- You are open to travel to our WA operation as well as our commercial growers; both national and international travel
- You are comfortable leading a smaller organization
- Serve as active participant in development of Nourse Farms’ strategic plan through quarterly/ as needed collaboration with the Management Team and Board of Advisors (“Board”)
- Develop/ implement processes to continue to successfully compete in the marketplace and fulfill customers’ needs, ensuring all practices comply with local, state and national regulations.
- Learn current practices, then evaluate and provide recommendations for improvements in key areas of production, pricing, sales, product line, employee capital, facilities, and overall operational execution.
- Assemble agendas/ objectives for, attend and participate in structured quarterly meetings with Board. Oversee and execute action items and decisions as directed by Board to meet growth and profit objectives as set by Board.
- Become familiar with all existing plant breeders to maintain access to new material and perpetuate quality breeder relationships.
- Participate in licensing process for new patented or protected material. Oversee all existing and new contracts and licenses.
- Develop and implement a comprehensive new variety trialing and surveying program to identify opportunities for increased product sales in new or existing markets.
- Develop protocol for new product research and potential product launch.
- Provide leadership and maintain an inclusive working relationship with all levels of the company.
- Support and lead the Management and enhance Nourse Farms, Inc.’s collaborative style, commitment to learning and continuous improvement.
- Ensure the execution of plans for organizational structure, staffing, employee development and succession at all levels of the company, with the objective being to continue to successfully operate on a national scale.
- Administer company policies fairly and equitably and oversee strategic planning process.
- Evaluate compensation and benefit plans for management and staff. Develop and present compensation recommendations for the Management Team to the CEO and the Board of Advisors.
- Coordinate with Management and Sales to successfully identify and quantify opportunities in new geographies, intellectual property licensing and innovative new ways to serve markets.
- Develop commercialization strategies for new genetics.
- Develop comprehensive understanding of product and cultural practices of organization.
- Ensure successful execution of the annual marketing and sales plan.
- Develop and implement pricing strategies in all markets.
- Evaluate market trends and adjust sales strategy to secure long-term market share.
- Oversee Director of Sales, participate and monitor all planning, organizing, forecasting of the company’s sales efforts
- Provide leadership to the day-to-day operations of the sales department
- Interface with customers, both internally and at trade meetings
- Meet and participate in West Coast sales efforts
- Interface with company controller, review financials on regular basis.
- Participate in annual department budget preparation and review.
- Recommend an annual budget and capital expenditure program to the Board of Directors.
- Review budgets and modify, if necessary, each quarter.
- Approve weekly vendor payments.
- Maintain sound banking relations.
- Monitor cash flow and respond with appropriate actions.
- Review and participate in annual insurance coverage meetings.
- Review and participate in all landlord activities for company, including rental properties, land trade, drafting and reviewing lease agreements.
- Monitor new facility establishment, capital structures and equipment, maintenance, efficiency improvement plans, shipping and procurement.
- Ensure the successful planning for propagation and production of plants for the company’s sales.
- Assess and improve facility and mechanization efficiency and profitability; institute accountability metrics.
- Degree in agriculture, horticulture, plant pathology, crop and soil sciences and/or agribusiness or related business management field is required. MBA a plus.
- Minimum of ten years of management within an agriculture, fresh produce, nursery, farming or horticulture industry, in a multinational production environment with full P & L and balance sheet responsibility.
- Working knowledge of organizational development core principals, skilled at initiating changes in an organizational structure and fostering and reinforcing a positive culture and mission.
- General financial acumen; understands core financial principals and fully appreciates the importance of cash flow.
- Exceptional verbal (public speaking) and written communication skills.
- Ironclad integrity; exhibits confidence, curiosity, and humility.
- An intellectual horsepower and fast learner who excels in managing business complexities.
- Attentive listener; first response to issues or conflict is to listen.
- A “people person” with strong interpersonal and management skills; demonstrates cultural sensitivity and respect in the workforce; treats people fairly with dignity and respect.
- Naturally collaborative; able to move others forward to a mutually satisfactory conclusion when challenges arise.
- Proven record of driving process improvement in an organization while being supportive and respectful of every employee, regardless of rank or tenure.
- Able to parse between significant and insignificant; what is seen as significant is consistent with Nourse Farms, Inc.’s vision: Desire to continue with Nourse Farms, Inc.’s core vision of providing a great product, employee and customer care, workplace culture, and financial reward.
- Works from plan and measures performance against goals/ objectives, can be flexible when situations change.
- Makes decisions thoughtfully, whether individually or as part of a group; is careful to ensure all sides are listened to, uses a comprehensive and analytical approach.
- Demonstrated negotiating skills. Ability to effectively negotiate with vendors and customers.
- Decisive Leader who favors an open, honest and direct approach.
- Entrepreneurial: Financially conservative yet commercially aggressive.
- Must possess professional presence, maturity and credibility with the Board of Advisors, employees, customers and the trade.
This position is located in Maiden Rock, Wisconsin.
Position will be cross-trained in and responsible for operating mobile equipment, and working in the wash and dry plant. Employee will be expected to operate all equipment in a safe manner. As a result, basic mechanical skills are required for maintenance of equipment and assistance to overall plant maintenance.
These key duties may include, but are not limited to:
- Front-end loader operation
- Yard tractor operation
- Skid loader operation
- Wash/ Dry Plant Operation
- Operation and knowledge of startup / shut down procedures
- Assist maintenance department in maintaining the plant.
- General labor, as needed.
- Ability to receive medical clearance to wear respiratory protection.
- Willingness to both provide and receive suggestions for job and plant improvement.
- Two years mobile equipment experience preferred
- Capable of climbing stairs and access ladders several times per day
- Capable of lifting up to 75 pounds Basic mechanical skills
- Understand and comply with mining safety and environmental regulations Able to work and communicate with fellow employees
- Pass toxicity test
- Medical clearance to wear respiratory protection willing to further training or education if requested Willing to provide suggestions for improvement
- Able and willing to work extended work schedules, overtime, weekends, and call ins, as necessary.
To provide quality sand proppant to our customers while creating quality jobs in a safe workplace, protecting the environment, supporting the community and building shareholder value.
Community Involvement: We are part of the communities in which we work, operate and beyond. Our goal is to be excellent corporate citizens and to support the communities in which we live.
Collaborative Work Place: Our employees are our most valuable assets. We engage them with mutual respect and in the spirit of cooperation and partnership.
Environmental Stewardship: Protecting and respecting the environment and natural resources are a key part of our corporate culture. We strive to exceed regulatory requirements and seek certifications as part of our commitment to the environments in which we all live.
Safety: Operating a safe and clean workplace is critically important to protect our employees and our communities.
Long-term Economic Viability: Producing the highest quality products at an respectful profit margin allows Muskie to to fulfill our commitments to our shareholders, employees and communities.
Water Treatment Plant Operator
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Utility Plant Operator
Responsible for the proper operation of the boiler, air compressor and chiller systems. Monitor equipment and systems performance and makes required adjustments to maintain plant production within specified limits. Accurately take and log gauge and meter readings.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
· Operate all equipment in the site utility plants.
· Maintain, monitor and adjust the operation of boilers, chillers, air compressors, cooling towers, pumps, valves and auxiliary equipment.
· Perform technical and general maintenance work on a variety of facilities and building equipment, systems, structures, and hardware, including air handlers, domestic water, chilled water, hot water, steam, building exhaust, compressed air, controls, lighting, electrical, etc.
· Perform lubrication and other corrective and preventive maintenance as scheduled, and notify Operations Supervisor of needed repairs.
· Evaluate problems with equipment, plan equipment repairs and/or modifications, locate original or alternate parts to be ordered.
· Respond to emergency situations, switch to back-up equipment, or shut down equipment as conditions warrant.
· Read local indicators/gauges and/or computer consoles at specified intervals to verify operating conditions and utilize manual, automatic, and computerized controls to bring equipment into prescribed operating ranges.
· Log equipment problems and inform Operations Supervisor of items needing repair.
· Maintain records of operating conditions and actions taken.
· Assist in the performance of functional/operational tests to evaluate equipment/systems capability and reliability.
· Assist operators with complex tasks or major repairs/modifications.
· Assist with implementation of standard trade practices and procedures, including appropriate safety precautions.
· Perform housekeeping, scheduled maintenance, calibrations, and water quality checks as required.
· Maintain the security of utility plant.
· Monitor alarms for equipment.
· Maintain/monitor high voltage substations and related equipment from 12kv to 115kv.
· Perform other tasks as assigned by management.
· Comply with all client and safety programs, requirements and practices.
- Shift schedules and arrangements are subject to change at management's discretion
· The work schedule may include weekends, holidays, and emergency calls
Education & Experience
· High school diploma or general equivalency degree (GED)
· Experience with centrifugal compressors, boiler systems preferred
· Utility plant systems and operations background desired
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations
· Colorado State Driver’s License
· EPA Refrigeration License (or must become licensed within six months of acceptance of this position)
Specialties: Cad Drafters, Electrical Designers, Instrument Designers, Structural Designers, Piping Designers, Electrical Engineers, Instrument Engineers, Structural Engineers, Mechanical Engineers, Pipe Stress Engineers, EH&S, QA/QC, Procurement, Project Controls, Document Control, Administrative
Water Treatment Plant Operator
Water Treatment Plant Operator
The Water Treatment Plant Operator (WTPO) coordinates daily activities associated with the proper operation and maintenance of the physical plant. This position will also respond to emergency situations as required, including those occurrences after normal working hours.
The WTPO position performs a variety and broad range of complex and dissimilar tasks associated with constructing, repairing, maintaining and installing various components of water storage, water metering, water testing/sampling, transmission, and distribution system and treatment plant; may lead and train subordinate level staff; ensure treatment standards are met; review work in progress and upon completion; perform operational studies of processes; analyze and recommend operational procedures and the use of equipment and materials; represent the facility during regulatory inspections; write reports to the SWRCB; ensures that the plant is in compliance with all health and safety standards; conduct plant tours and informational sessions; prepare technical and non-technical reports; participates in budget preparation; and perform other duties as assigned.
Principles, practices and methods of operating a conventional water treatment plant.
Local, state and federal laws and regulations pertaining to the productions, treatment, storage and transmission of potable water, including safe Drinking Water Act and relevant EPA and California Department of Health Services Regulations.
Equipment and material requirements for plant operations.
Standard OSHA safe work practices and safety equipment related to the work; special safety requirements when working with chemicals, respiratory safety requirements related to the work, and HAZWOPER requirements for chlorine.
Principles and practices of employee supervision, including training, work evaluation, discipline and customer service.
Treatment process instrumentation used for control and monitoring of unit processes.
Certification: All applicants must submit their Operator Certifications.
A valid Grade D5 Water Distribution Operator Certificate from the California State Water Resources Board
A valid Grade III or higher Wastewater Treatment Operator from the California State Water Resources Board
Work Hours and Holidays:
Required to work on stand-by, nights, weekends, holidays, and/or unusual shifts.
Required to work overtime on an as needed/frequent basis.
- Two years full-time experience supervising the operations of a wastewater treatment plant.
- An Associate's Degree or higher; or an equivalent level community college certificate program in Wastewater Technology or similar course work.
- Computer skills.
- Experience using Distributed Control Systems (DCS).
- Experience using Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA).
*Lincoln Government Service, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It is the policy of Lincoln Government Service, Inc. to provide equal employment opportunity to all persons, regardless of age, race, religion, color, national origin, sex, political affiliations, marital status, non-disqualifying physical or mental disability, age, sexual orientation, membership or non-membership in an employee organization, or on the basis of personal favoritism or other non-merit factors, except where otherwise provided by law.
Lincoln Government Service, Inc. welcomes and encourages applications from persons with physical and mental disabilities, and will reasonably accommodate the needs of those persons. The decision on granting reasonable accommodation will be on a case-by-case basis. Lincoln Government Service. Inc. is firmly committed to satisfying its affirmative obligations under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, to ensure that persons with disabilities have every opportunity to be hired and advance on the basis of merit within Lincoln Government Service, Inc.
Lincoln Government Service, Inc. encourages qualified veterans to apply to any and all opportunities that Lincoln Government Service, Inc. may be advertising and actively soliciting candidates.
Lincoln Government Service, Inc. is proud to be an equal opportunity employer that celebrates the diversity of the communities where we live and do business. Applicants for our positions are considered without regard to race, ethnicity, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, religion, military or veteran status, or any other characteristics protected by law.
Batchperson/ Plant Operator
We are currently seeking an experienced Batchperson/ Plant Operator to join our team.
Looking for an enthusiastic individual whose primary focus will be on the operation of the Command Batch system involving the batching and dispatching of concrete in accordance with quality standards and customer requirements. The Batchperson/ Plant Operator operates a stationary or portable batching plant in mixing concrete materials and aggregates to produce concrete materials. Adjusts controls for required mixture of the materials. Operates controls that admit materials separately from storage hoppers or mixing bins. Observes indicator that show when proper amount of materials have been made. Meet all customer requirements by placing accurate telephone orders, batching of the correct concrete mix and allocating trucks to ensure smooth operation. General yard and plant housekeeping and maintenance, along with the safe operation of a front end loader. Job requires the following motions: climbing, stooping, bending, squatting, lifting, stretching, pushing, pulling, vibration, twisting, kneeling, standing, walking, and reaching. Requires occasional lifting of up to 50 pounds.
High School diploma or equivalent preferred. Minimum one year batching or plant operator experience in a ready mix concrete environment.
Knowledge/ Skills/ Abilities:
· Knowledge of concrete products, batching ready mix, and trucking preferred.
· A strong commitment to safety and the environment along with a superior customer focus.
· DOT and ACI certification preferred, or willingness to obtain.
· Must have basic math skills.
· Well- developed written and verbal communication skills along with sound computer literacy.
· Must be able to work well under pressure.
The nature of our work requires flexibility to work Monday to Saturday. We offer employment stability, ongoing training and development and genuine career opportunities. Our employment package offers major medical & dental insurance, 401K, profit sharing, holiday pay, and paid vacation. This is an opportunity to work in a team environment within an organization dedicated to the safety of our employees.
Drug Free Workplace and EOE.