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Operations Engineer II

Responsibilities & Accountabilities

Primary responsibilities:
Commissioning and Start Up:
  • Provide Operations and Technical assistance during construction and startup.
  • Help train operators on how the general process works.
  • Responsible for developing good operation discipline and procedures for the assigned area.
  • During commissioning and start-up the individual will be part for start-up and commissioning team which will require shift work with co-workers.
  • Help coordination pre-commissioning and commission with field construction and establish a schedule of activities.
Normal Operations:
  • Primary responsibility for daily plant operation for assigned area.
  • Help train operators on how the general process works.
  • Establish communications with appropriate operations and maintenance personnel.
  • Establish communications with the Site.
  • Coordinate activities with the other operations engineers to assure full value across the entire unit is realized.
  • Spend time in the control room and field to listen to the ideas of technicians and shift managers to gather ideas for safety and cost improvement.
  • Provide engineering assistance and expertise to Operations and Maintenance as needed.
  • Provide instruction to the Operations Technicians on the business operation of the plant, including daily written instructions and verbal communication.
  • Determine optimum operating conditions for the plant to achieve a safe operation, which meets the production plan and produces a quality product at minimum cost. (Provide input on the Key Input and Key Out  puts that should be tracked to ensure an efficient operation)
  • Resolve day-to-day technical issues involved in operating the plant and communicate these solutions to others for execution.
  • Participate in weekly conference call with other Oligomers sites and Supply Chain Manager
  • Plan and coordinate with other departments all activities needed to achieve overall production targets. This includes allocation of resources from maintenance, engineering, outside contractors, outside consultants, purchasing, logistics, laboratory, and other units.
  • Write and/or review operating procedures and provide appropriate training.
  • Help establish maintenance priorities through the Operations Maintenance Coordinator.
Production Reports and Planning:
  • Track yields and production and feed information into month end closing.
  • Assist the Operations Manager in production, business and budget planning.
  • Assist the Operations Manager in preparation of month end reports as required.
  • Distribute Daily production report to management.
Safety & Environmental:
  • Direct, coordinate, or participate in Process Safety Review or Management of Change process.
  • Initiate communications with affected areas and produce progress reports.
  • Report and lead investigation results with appropriate conclusions, recommendations, documentation.
  • Provide engineering assistance for environmental permitting requirements.
  • Responsible for reporting initial safety or environmental event
  • Maintain knowledge of safety rules and ensure all personnel follow them.
  • Assure work place practices are in conformity with established guidelines.
  • Communicate and implement the Responsible Care codes of practice.
  • Implement company safety and environmental protection policies.
Continuous Improvement & Optimization:
  • Review and make recommendations to keep the plants operating envelope current.
  • Continuously initiate ways to improve plant operations, safety and environmental performance through day-to-day activities and recommendations for optimized unit conditions.
  • Drive continuous variable & fixed cost improvement.
  • Work with company group to optimize plant operating conditions to maximize profitability.
  • Obtain process and operating data to perform calculations for feasibility studies, process studies, and evaluations. Investigate assignments and establish plans with objectives and a schedule.
  • Review proposed engineering projects and make recommendations for improvement.
Communications & Relationship Building:
  • Main liaison between Site and water/process chemicals services provider (estimated to be Nalco)
  • Drive alarm management to completion and provide support for continuing success.
  • Supervise and mentor Coop Students.
  • Assume role of Unit Leadership Representative in the Emergency Response Plan
  • Rotation of on call support to cover seven day a week operations.
  • Facilitate weekly extended leadership team (ELT) meeting.
  • Facilitate morning production meeting, capturing bottlenecks, efficiencies and operating plan both short and long term.
  • Back Up for Operations Manager
  • Assist in people management for Operations Manager

Skills & Knowledge Required

• Strong written and oral communication skills
• Strong computational and data analysis skills
• Strong IT skills with process modeling and process simulation software
• Strong problem solving skills
• Good negotiator and influencer
• Good team leader and motivator
• Solid understanding of financial calculations and their impact on the bottom line
• Willingly takes the lead when challenges occur
• Builds networks to enhance effectiveness and share knowledge
• Looks for ways to do things better, faster, more efficiently LAO manufacturing experience is beneficial
• Previous Experience with Commissioning and Start Up of facilities
• Experience with Process Control Systems (Delta V)
• Continuous Improvement Concepts (i.e Lead Manufacturing, Six Sigma)
• Must be able to obtain a TWIC card.
• Minimum of 10 years plant experience in process engineering or an operations role in a Chemical or Refining environment with a Bachelor’s degree

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Operator II ( 1St Shift)- Vasc

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS: * Manufacture, inspect and package products following written processes.

  • Work at a pace that meets established time standards while making quality product.

  • Identify quality issues or workmanship deficiencies related to equipment, assembly and inspection processes, materials, sub-assemblies, and manufacturing environment.

  • Comply with GMP requirements by maintaining individual training records, completing data entry in production records in a timely and accurate manner, and adhering to documented manufacturing practices and procedures as defined in VSI Quality Systems Procedures.

  • Maintain a clean, safe and organized work environment.

  • Comply with all policies and procedures

  • Perform other duties as assigned.

  • Cross-train across multiple operations within one or more than two operations or lines following the VSI training program.

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Operations Director II

Operations Director II Employment Status:Regular Full time Region: Location:Albertville Premium Outlets City:Albertville, MN State/Territory:US-MN Description PRIMARY PURPOSE: The Operations Director is responsible for maximizing the customers shopping experience and tenant sales by ensuring a clean, well maintained, safe, and friendly and aesthetically pleasing environment, and asset preservation and enhancement while ensuring implementation of all Simon standards. The Operations Director will oversee all operational functions, projects, construction, and contracted services at the center among other things. Therefore, the Operations Director oversees the onsite maintenance, grounds keeping and custodial teams. PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES: The successful candidate’s responsibilities will include, but not be limited to: + Develop 5-year capital plan to continue to maintain and enhance the property assets and execute against projected capital plans + Oversees Preventative Maintenance of equipment and record keeping/related logs + Ensures property safety systems are up to code, maintained and inspected + Conduct daily walk-through’s of the property to ensure physical assets are in best possible operating condition. Respond rapidly to any operational issues uncovered in property inspections

  • Assist in the management of procurement and application of all goods and services within annual CAM and Capital Expenditure budget + Manage Property Operating expenses within or below budget levels. Effectively manage negative financial variances to overcome or minimize loss within Property Operating budget + Conduct regular property inspections and assess the physical assets of the property. Prioritize capital projects to reflect critical needs and affordability + Manage the work process for both capital projects and ongoing services – including developing scope of work, request for proposal, evaluating contractor submissions/bids, developing service agreements, overseeing contracted work, work inspections, assuring project is completed in accordance with terms of service agreement and required documentation is delivered prior to project close-out and/or payment + Manage preventative maintenance program and oversee any necessary repair or construction work to sustain a safe and reliable environment + Manage relationships with third party contracted services providers and ensure adherence to Simon’s Purchasing Policy and Code of Business Conduct + Co-manage Construction activities with the corporate Development team + Maintain a safe environment through identification and elimination of any safely hazards to staff, tenants and customers. This includes the administration of all training and regulatory programs (OSHA, ADA, EPA etc) + Lead maintenance staff in work assignments and training. Assist in maintenance staff performance reviews + Ensure public safety, Center security and effective risk management + Read and interpret engineering drawings and schematic diagrams

  • Assist General Manager with maximizing margin of profit centers + Performs Condition Assessments (either personally or with the assistance of consultants) to develop basis for long range capital plans and budgets + Ensure information contained within the capital database is accurate, current and updated on a real time basis as changes occur

  • Complete timely review and processing of vendor invoices, to ensure accurate services were provided prior to payment + Knowledge of leases in order to determine financial responsibility of operational issues.

  • Implement the energy plan communicated by General Manager for to minimize costs while maintaining a comfortable and safe shopping experience + Prepare and oversee operational budgets and ensure all costs associated with property operations are managed with direct guidance and oversight

  • Provide leadership and guidance to the Center staff in the area of operations and customer service as necessary + Fulfill Manager-on-Duty rotation and manage day-to-day activities as necessary.

  • Provide operations support as necessary for special events and holidays + Contribute to the preparation and annual update of the Center’s five year strategic plan

  • Complete required weekly, monthly and quarterly reports

  • Assist the General Manager in the management of the Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan. Ensure all personnel are trained to function as an Emergency Task Force in Crisis Management response + Oversee operations in a crisis situation ensuring the safety and security of all customers, tenants, guest and assets + Resolve escalated customer complaints + Work with security and local officials to plan and oversee a fire safety program.

  • Salary range $55,000 - $70,000 MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: + Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience + Minimum 5 years of prior Operations, Facilities or Property Management experience + Working knowledge of maintenance and operational functions strongly preferred

  • Ability to read and understand blue prints, CAD drawings and other schematics + Good communication skills – written and verbal + Strong sense of customer service + Solid People Leadership skills + Meets commitments - produces accurate work + Solution oriented and results driven

  • A strong value system, unquestioned integrity and good listening skills + Exercises good judgment skills + Problem solver – ability to identify problems and understand issues. Resolve issues proactively + Super high energy and enthusiasm + Basic to moderate computer skills (email, excel, word, online order systems etc.) + Valid Driver’s License

  • Ability to lift and carry up to 50 pounds

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Computer Operator II

Job Summary: HCI | integrated solutions is currently looking for a Computer Operator II.

The Computer Operator II monitors and operates the control console of either a mainframe digital computer or a group of minicomputers, in accordance with operating instructions, to process data. Duties and Responsibilities: Work is characterized by the following:

Studies operating instructions to determine equipment setup needed; loads equipment with required items (tapes, cards, paper, etc.); switches necessary auxiliary equipment into system; diagnoses and corrects equipment malfunctions; reviews error messages and makes corrections during operation or refers problems; and maintains operating record. The Computer Operator II processes scheduled routines that present few difficult operating problems (e.g., infrequent or easily resolved error conditions). In response to computer output instructions or error conditions, this worker applies standard operating or corrective procedure, refers problems that do not respond to preplanned procedure, and may serve as an assistant operator, working under general supervision. Preferred Knowledge/Skills/Abilities: * Resourcefulness, initiative and skill to function in a fast-paced environment

  • Attention to detail in goal/task accomplishment with minimal supervision

  • Professionalism and the ability to interact effectively with others

  • Ability to meet planned and unscheduled deadlines in a timely manner Additional Position Information: High School/GED, Military technical training/formal apprenticeship/trade school desired. Requires three years of experience in this field.

Location: Fort Bragg, NC Status: Full Time Date Posted: 3/3/2016

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Logistics Operator II

Responsible for conducting a wide range of warehouse and logistics functions. Essential duties and responsibilities: * Take direction from Supervisor/Lead and production floor to support daily manufacturing needs for material issuance, grinding, material returns and stocking of finished goods. Investigate and resolve SAP transaction errors in real time.

  • Work to clear production staging areas, clearing proper pick and put away transactions in a timely manner, both physically and electronically.

  • Conduct inventory cycle counting efforts as directed and support periodic physical inventories as required. Submit inventory adjustments to Finance for approval while working to solve the underlying cause.

  • Maintain a clean driving record, an active driver's license and an up-to-date DOT medical card to drive company vehicles as needed on official business.

  • Follow stated safety requirements, keep the area clean and organized per department 5S standards and conduct periodic audits to verify adherence to standards.

  • Train new hires and cross-train other operators as directed on department job requirements.

  • Other jobs as directed by the Supervisor or Lead. Qualifications: * High School Diploma

  • Basic math skills, ability to weigh parts and calculate quantities

  • Minimum 3 years in shipping/receiving, preferably in a technical manufacturing environment

  • Fork Lift certified

  • Active driver's license and DOT medical card

  • Safely climb and work off ladder

  • Ability to manually move/carry materials

  • Ability to interpret production schedules

  • Strong commitment to safety, quality, productivity, cost savings and team oriented work

  • Solid communication and interpersonal skills

  • Proficiency to read, write and speak English Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled

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T&L Operations Coordinator II - Rail Crush

This position is responsible for managing inbound and outbound(and/or) rail, barge, truck logistics for Cargill Crush facilities. This person supports the planning andexecution required to move products inbound and outbound from oilseeds crushplants to customers in Canada, the United States, and Mexico. Theposition involves logistics, freight and transportation economics, accountingand administrative procedures.


45% Monitor, coordinate and improve theutilization of inbound/outbound (and/or) rail, barge truck transportationactivity. Utilize information systems(Transcore (GVP), Lynx, Meal Loadout, Rail Index, Tow Works). Coordinate railcar, barge and truck supply toensure no interruptions to production capabilities. Identify opportunities to reduce/control demurrageand utilize fleets for best cost options. Coordinate the ordering of all Systemequipment to supplement private fleets. Collaborate with CTL, commercial team, operations, customers and RR's toimprove costs and achieve goals.

20% ProvideRR/Barge and trucking companies with switching/load or unload schedule. Build and maintain relationship with localRR, Barge crews and trucking agencies to ensure adequate service to our crushplants. Insure proper Waybilling hasbeen provided for all modes.

15% Manageproduction and shipping schedules to meet customer requirements. Manage customer profiles in MealLoadout. Insure profiles have proper

Consignee, route, delivery terms and weight restrictions. Input customer orders into Meal Loadout asneeded. Provide priority/shippinginstructions to loaders/unloaders. Provide unloaders with information required for inbound beans, seed andoil.

10% Coordinatemovement of private hoppers and tanks to and from repair facilities. Work with 3rd party logisticscompany, Trinity Rail, to insure cars get back into service in a timelymanner. Work with 3rd partylogistics company and operations for any repairs done on site at plant. Record gum levels in tank cars, identify carswhich need sent to wash. Coordinate themovements to and from wash facilities.

10% Prepare shipping and customsdocumentation. Insure export movementscomply with government regulations; ensure information submitted to governmentagencies is accurate and meets all reporting standards.

Required Qualifications

  • High school diploma or equivalent.

  • Experience coordinating tasks and "fitting the pieces together"

  • Strong customer service, communication, and interpersonal skills

  • Strong keyboarding skills and working knowledge of Word, Excel, and Outlook

  • Excellent time management and follow-up skills

  • Strong attention to detail, organization, and multi-tasking skills

  • Ability to work independently with minimal direction and work effectively as a team

  • member

  • Demonstrated initiative, analytical, problem solving, and decision-making skills

Preferred Qualifications

  • Completion of a degree or diploma program in Business, Accounting, Economics or Administration

  • Experience in logistics, transportation or grain merchandising

  • CITT designation

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Drafter/Cad Operator II

ICI Services is looking for a motivated individual who wants to join our team in support of Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) in Springfield, VA. We are a mid-sized defense contractor providing Engineering, Logistics, Program Services, and Technical Services to government clients in 20 states and the District of Columbia. We need a Drafter/CAD Operator ready to join a fast-paced and exciting work environment.

Security Clearance: * Applicant must hold an active Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Public Trust clearance.

Responsibilities: * Provide support to a government client using Computer Aided Design Drafting (CADD) software

  • Maintain floor plans, personnel and equipment relocations

  • Create design intent drawings for construction projects and furniture relocation/designs

  • Create and maintain as built drawings of all new facilities to include mechanical, electrical and plumbing

  • Conduct space audits and recommend space allocation solutions

  • Modification of drawings using AutoCad and Solidworks software and production, review and or analysis of Engineering Change Proposals (ECPs) * Review, develop and or modify drawings

  • Develop technical data/specifications and observe and track technical testing

  • Define technical configuration of equipment and technical accuracy of supporting documents

Experience Requirements: * Experience using AutoCAD software

  • Knowledge in the areas of facilities construction, renovation and systems furniture design

  • Ability to modify engineering plans drawings and schematics.

  • Must be able to clearly and effectively communicate both orally and written

Educational Requirements: * High School Diploma or equivalent and 4 . years of experience in facilities design or * High School Diploma or equipment and AutoCAD Operator Certification or * BA or BS degree and 2+ years of experience in facilities design EOE/M/F/ Disability/Vet

VEVRAA Federal ContractorLocation: Springfield, VA Employment Type: Full time Req ID: 1869

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Equipment Operator II - Parks + Rec

Job Duties * Responsible for operating specialized maintenance equipment and is proficient in use of handheld equipment, hand tools, and other power equipment; performs asset and infrastructure improvements and manual labor as necessary

  • Cuts brush and trees from county infrastructure

  • Participates in ice and snow control operations.

Minimum Qualifications * Must have a high school diploma or GED. * Minimum of 1-3 years of experience in an industry related position or craft. Must complete Division specific training as directed.

  • Must obtain a Class B commercial driver’s license with air brake endorsement within six (6) months of hire

  • Heavy lifting is required, sometimes in excess of 50 pounds.

  • Additional qualification dependent on department needs

  • Must have obtained a Class A commercial driver’s license with air brake endorsement and HAZMAT or can obtain/retain HAZMAT endorsement within six (6) months of hire, where applicable.. * Must submit to/pass pre-employment background/drug screen.

Position: Equipment Operator II - Parks + Rec Location: Blue Springs, MO Job Id: 470 # of Openings: 4 Department: Parks + Rec Grade: g06 Salary: $13.40/hour

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United States Grand Junction: Operator Assistant II To 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.

Help energize the world. One oil company at a time. The opportunity to learn from the best in the industry exists at Halliburton. As a Frac Acid Operator Assistant II, you will learn how to perform pre- and post-job equipment inspections, perform and complete preventative maintenance procedures, and operate support equipment. Expect to assemble and prepare of equipment for installation and service, and make preparation for the next job. To qualify for this job you must have a high school diploma or equivalent, and a valid drivers license. You must also have successfully passed company tests and met competency task list requirements for this job, and have 3 to 6 months of experience in the Operator Assistant I role.

Halliburton is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


3199 D Road, Grand Junction, Colorado, 81504, United States

Job Details

Requisition Number:
Experience Level: Entry-Level 
Job Family: Operations 
Product Service Line: Production Enhancement
Full Time / Part Time: Full Time

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Compensation Information
Compensation is competitive and commensurate with experience.

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Wastewater Plant Operator II

This is skilled position that oversees operating and controlling wastewater treatment plant equipment and processes. Employee is responsible for seeing that all equipment and processes are operating properly. In the absence of the Operations Manager or the Shift Supervisor, the employee is responsible for the operation of the wastewater treatment plant during his scheduled shift. Under most circumstances, work is performed under the supervision of a Shift Supervisor or an Operations Manager. Essential Functions: * Operates and monitors all wastewater treatment plant equipment.

  • Takes periodic samples.

  • Reads and records meter and gauge readings.

  • Reports malfunctioning equipment and may perform minor maintenance.

  • Prepares and dispenses chemicals.

  • Performs other related work as required.

  • In the absence of the supervisor, the most senior Operator II will oversee the operation of the treatment plant.These duties may include: * Completion of shift operations paperwork.

  • Assigning areas of responsibility equitably.

  • Logs any leave requests in appropriate book and fills any necessary overtime.

  • Directs and assists in equipment re-assignment because of malfunction or other need. Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: * Increased knowledge of the methods, practices, procedures, and techniques used in the operation and routine maintenance of the wastewater treatment plant equipment.

  • Knowledge of the occupational hazards and safety procedures of the work.

  • Ability to read and record meter and gauge readings accurately.

  • Ability to perform routine tasks using the Westinghouse Computer System.

  • Ability to operate equipment in a safe manner.

  • Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions. Minimum Acceptable Training and Experience: * High school diploma or equivalent is required.

  • Twelve months experience in the operation of a Wastewater Treatment PlantOR the successful completion of both Volumes I and II of the "Operation of Wastewater Treatment Plants" correspondence courses offered by the Office of Water Programs - California State University, Sacramento, California. * * Possession of a valid motor vehicle operator license as issued by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

  • Employee in this position must comply with Article 35 "Residency Requirement" of the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the City of York and the Chauffers, Teamsters and Helpers Local No. 776 which states that "all persons who shall become employed by the City on or after January 1, 2001, shall be or become residents of the City within six (6) months from the first date the employee achieves permanent employment status. All new employees, once their residence in the City is established, shall be required to maintain residence within the City during their employment. Failure to do so shall be determined to be a forfeiture of employment.

  • Must pass a background check, Drug Test and the PA Child Abuse History Clearance check.

  • Note: Child Abuse History Clearance must be dated within one year from the date of application and must show that "no record exists". Click here to visit the PA Department of Human Services website for more information on the Child Abuse History Clearances. Clickhere to submit your application for PA Child Abuse History Clearance online.This method is strongly suggested as you will receive immediate access to your results.

Job Title: Wastewater Plant Operator II Opening Date/Time: Fri. 10/14/16 12:00 AM Eastern Time Closing Date/Time: Continuous Salary: $21.89/Hour Job Type: Full-Time Location: Wastewater Treatment Plant- 1701 Black Bridge Road, York, Pennsylvania Department: Wastewater Treatment Plant

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