Auxiliary Equipment Operator Job Description Sample
Auxiliary Equipment Operator - 1St 6 Months
Who we are
Vectren Corporation is an energy holding company headquartered in Evansville, Ind. We provide energy delivery services to over 900,000 natural gas customers located in Indiana and west central Ohio and over 140,000 electric customers in southwestern Indiana.
In our Energy Supply, we manage electric production for our customers in Southern Indiana ensuring safe, reliable, and cost effective service to our customers. We are looking for diverse, talented colleagues interested in exceeding customer expectations and helping to continuously improve our processes to be an industry leader. We are not just looking for people to fill positions let us help you build an energizing career!Where we are
Evansville is the 3rd largest city in Indiana and lies within a 200-mile radius of four major metropolitan cities including Indianapolis, Nashville, Louisville and St. Louis. In 2016, Evansville was named America's Second Lowest Cost of Living!
Located at AB Brown power plant, and just minutes from downtown Evansville or Mount Vernon, our AB Brown plant provides an energizing and engaging atmosphere where you will love to come to work. What you will be doing This position provides uninterrupted electrical service to the service area
Responsible foroperating safely, efficiently andwithin environmental parameters
Monitors and operates power plant equipment associated with steam generator and auxiliary systems
Records operating parameters
Some duties of the positioninclude the following: Operating valves
Starting and stopping rotating equipment
Running fly ash and dumping pyrites
Monitoring and maintaining lubricating systems
Performing simple maintenance using hand tools
Issuing and picking up lock-out/tag-out clearances
Acting as a first responder to environmental spills
General plant housekeeping activities Position involves working twelve-hour rotating shifts, including weekends, holidays and overtime VEVRAA Federal ContractorRequest Priority Protected Veteran ReferralsEOE -Veteran /Disabled/Minority/AA/F/M/SO
Second Auxiliary Operator
Work a rotating shift and have the primary responsibilities to patrol, operate, attend and make adjustments to all steam electric power plant equipment. In connection with the duties and responsibilities of this job, candidates perform work such as, but not limited to: patrol, operate, lubricate, and clean boilers, water treatment plants, compressors, intake, ash handling, pumps, heat cycle equipment, coal pulverizers, electrical switchgear and other auxiliary equipment in assigned areas; perform electrical switching; do painting as assigned; and other duties as listed in Second Auxiliary Operator Job Description. As a secondary responsibility, perform a general range of preventative maintenance tasks, immediate response corrective maintenance tasks, and planned corrective maintenance tasks. Will also be required to perform similar or less skilled work as needed or assigned.
Must have a high school education or proof of equivalent knowledge
Two-year associate's degree or bachelor's degree in a related technical area or equivalent applicable industrial experience is preferred.
Must possess the ability to perform and the ability to learn the outlined jobs.
Electric power generation experience is preferred
Mechanical experience is preferred
Must have a good general knowledge of standard practices and safety rules of a steam generating plant Physical requirements:
This job is classified as heavy work: Exerting up to 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 50 pounds of force frequently, and /or up to 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects.
Driving, climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, standing, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, fingering, and talking.
Work in areas subject to sufficient noise to cause the worker to shout in order to be heard above the ambient noise level.
Work in temperatures exceeding 100 deg. F or below 32 deg. F.
Work in areas subject to a variety of physical conditions, such as proximity to moving mechanical parts, electrical current, working on scaffolding and high places, exposure to high heat or exposure to chemicals.
Work in areas subject to atmospheric conditions that may affect the respiratory system or the skin: fumes, odors, dusts, mists, gases or poor ventilation.
Worker is subject to fumes from and/or skin exposure to oils and other cutting fluids.
Possess the physical and mental abilities necessary to perform all essential functions of the job classification. Dynegy Inc. is an equal opportunity employer of females, minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities. Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled
Relief Auxiliary Operator - Mooreland Power Plant
Western Farmers Electric CooperativeRelief Auxiliary Operator
- Mooreland Power PlantApply Now
Call Description ABOUT WFEC WFEC is a generation and transmission (G&T) cooperative that provides essential electric service to 21 member cooperatives, Altus Air Force Base, and other power users. These members are located primarily in Oklahoma and New Mexico, with some service territories extending into portions of Texas and Kansas.
Now in its 75th year of operation, WFEC has six generating facilities, located at Mooreland, Anadarko and Hugo, OK, and Lovington, NM, with a total power capacity of more than 1,850 MW, including hydropower allocation and other contract power purchases. WFEC owns and maintains more than 3,700 miles of transmission line to some 280 substations and 59 switch stations. For more information, visitwww.wfec.com.
Applications will be accepted through November 24, 2017 Apply on-line atwww.wfec.com SUMMARY:Under the supervision of the Shift Supervisor, the Relief Auxiliary Operator is responsible for assisting in all phases of plant operation. Incumbent monitors and operates all auxiliary equipment. Incumbent is called upon to fill in on various shifts as required due to absences or work schedule changes.
When necessary, the incumbent may perform plant lab or maintenance activities. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:Includes the following; other duties may be assigned. Responsible for monitoring and recording hourly readings for all auxiliary equipment, and if necessary takes corrective action to ensure safe and reliable operation.
Operates auxiliary equipment during startup, normal conditions and shutdowns under the direction of the Shift Supervisor in a safe and reliable manner. Operates demineralizers, water filters and chlorinators, adds chemicals to boiler as directed and monitors cooling water system. Maintains proper lubrication, air, water and gas supply to all operating and standby equipment.
Responsible for reporting any abnormal operating conditions to the Shift Supervisor. Performs minor mechanical maintenance on auxiliary equipment and reports such to the Shift Supervisor. Assists in the training of new personnel.
Performs mechanical maintenance, E&I maintenance, or laboratory duties as assigned. COMPETENCIES:To perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following competencies: Technical
Displays technical knowledge equal to job requirements; Pursues training and development opportunities; Strives to continuously build knowledge and skills; Shares expertise with others.
Quantity:Meets productivity goals; Completes work in timely manner; Strives to increase productivity. Quality:Demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness; Applies feedback to improve performance; Monitors own work to ensure quality. Problem Solving:Identifies and resolves problems in a timely manner; Gathers and analyzes information skillfully.
Attendance/Punctuality:Is consistently at work and on time; Uses paid leave within policy requirements; Informs supervisor about necessary absences in a timely manner. Organizational Support:Follows policies and procedures; Completes administrative tasks correctly and on time; Supports organization's goals and values. Dependability:Follows instructions and responds to management direction; Takes responsibility for own actions; Commits to long hours of work when necessary to reach goals; Completes tasks on time or notifies appropriate person with an alternate plan.
Safety and Security:Observes safety and security procedures; Determines appropriate action beyond guidelines; Reports potentially unsafe conditions; Uses equipment and materials properly. Customer Service:manages difficult or emotional customer situations; Responds promptly to customer needs; Solicits customer feedback to improve service; Responds to requests for service and assistance; Meets commitments to customers. Cost Consciousness:Works within approved budget; Develops and implements cost saving measures; Conserves organizational resources.
Requirements QUALIFICATIONS:To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the education, experience, knowledge, skills, abilities and behaviors required of this position. Education and Experience:An Associate's degree in a related field and a minimum of one (1) year experience in power plant operations.
Each additional two (2) years of directly related experience may be substituted for one (1) year of education. Knowledge of the principles of power plant operation, including the steam water cycle, basic electricity, hydraulics, and fluid and gas properties is also preferred. Language
Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.
Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively to other employees. Math
Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals.
Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to draw and interpret bar graphs. Reasoning Ability:Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.
Ability to use a personal computer to access the intranet and Microsoft Office software as required. CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:This job requires a current driver's license. WORK SCHEDULE REQUIREMENTS:Incumbent works a rotating shift schedule, relief shift schedule or irregular schedule as required and may be required to work overtime and on short notice.
May also be required to travel on short notice. PHYSICAL DEMANDS:The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Requires climbing ladders and stairs and working on elevated platforms or scaffolding; walking and/or standing for extended periods of time; kneeling, crawling, stooping, bending, or twisting for extended periods of time; pushing, pulling, and reaching above the shoulders; wearing personal safety equipment including breathing apparatus; manual and detailed hand work using both hands and may require repetitive manual tasks. Requires lifting, pushing, pulling, or carrying of weights equal to 50 pounds or more. Requires quick, calm action in response to emergency situations.
Requires vision within normal range. Corrective lens are permitted. Requires hearing within normal range.
Hearing aids are permitted. WORK ENVIRONMENT:The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Requires working in varying weather conditions outside and temperature extremes inside with extreme ranges of humidity and dryness; working in confined spaces for extended periods of time; walking or standing on inclined, uneven, or slippery surfaces; working with or near hazardous chemicals, materials, fumes, dust, or smoke; and working in areas of constant high noise and vibration levels. Requires working with and near high voltage; working at night inside or outside in all weather conditions; and working inside in a controlled environment. MUST MEET ALL PHYSICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS WFEC IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY PROVIDER AND EMPLOYER MINORITIES, FEMALES, DISABILITY, AND VETS ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY EOE/AA/M/F/DISABILITY/VETS Job Information
Location:Mooreland, Oklahoma, 73852, United States
Posted:November 3, 2017
Position Title:Relief Auxiliary Operator
- Mooreland Power Plant
Company Name:Western Farmers Electric Cooperative
Min Education:Associates Degree
Min Experience:2-3 Years
Salary:$27.06 - $32.26 (Hourly Wage)
Machine Operator - Plastic Extrusion And Manufacturing Equipment
The Operator opening requires experience in manufacturing or related field with the ability to operate large-scale industrial equipment including plastic extrusion equipment, slitters, winders, overhead hoist, forklifts, bailers, and warehouse equipment.
We have good pay and benefits.
After a training period of a few weeks on first shift, THIS POSITION REQUIRES THE ABILITY TO WORK 12 HOUR NIGHT 7p-7a.
We are located a short distance from the intersection of Como Avenue and
Highway 280.Our Opportunity:
New hires will go through training on a 1st shift 8 hour schedule prior to moving to a 12 hr night shift.
To efficiently and safely perform extruder operation including set up, start up and effective use of extruder line equipment, including auxiliary equipment, tooling changes, monitoring and testing, and production reporting.
• Manufacturing Experience
• High School diploma or equivalent
• Regular, punctual attendance
• Mechanical Background
• Basic computer skills - must be able to use computer for data collection
• Basic mathematical skills
• Read and comprehend English
• Ability to stand for extended periods of time
Ability to lift up to 70 pounds
Ability to bend, squat, twist, reach, push, pull, & reach above shoulder height
Read and understand schedule and job packet.
Clean and perform die work as necessary
Perform all functions of the set up
Perform all functions of the extruder start up
Monitor the extruders in production for visual quality and operating conditions on an ongoing basis.
Properly operate all extruder and auxiliary equipment including the baler, testing machines, resin systems, water systems, etc.
Properly utilize Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) including the use of eye protection, hearing protection, and safety shoes as required.
Gloves and sleeves may also be required for some tasks.
Properly label, package and store finished product
Maintain all aspects of data collection and paperwork
Make adjustments as necessary to maintain the extrusion specifications
Participates actively in workplace safety.
Complies with all OSHA/Company safety requirements
At SWM, we recognize that our employees are the core of our strength. That’s why we offer competitive compensation, including a comprehensive benefits package.
The USW (United Steel Workers) Union represents production employees in our Minneapolis facility.
Learn more about our company, products and values on our website www.swmintl.com/careers
Boiler Plant Equipment Operator
Boiler Plant Equipment Operator
Assists in the performance of duties necessary to operate and maintain boilers and auxiliary equipment for producing steam.
Monitors status of all utility systems intervening when necessary to minimize disruption of any service. Experience: 5 years General mechanical experience (electrical, plumbing, carpentry, HVAC). Hospital experience helpful. Education: - High school diploma or G.E.D.
Required License / Credentials: New Jersey Black Seal Boiler Operator's License Other Required
Ability to work with an active team, computer knowledge (windows based), electrical knowledge and safety knowledge of a hospital environment.
Must have broad-based knowledge of power plant and utilities, and of general mechanical maintenance/repair. Able to grasp and have knowledge of general mechanical and electrical principles. Ability to think independently with little or no supervision.
Respond to and prioritize multiple needs. Contact With Others: Contacts with other departments, furnishing or obtaining information or reports, requiring tact and discretion in order to obtain cooperation.
Supervision Given: Responsibilities of the position require no supervision or direction of others. Supervision Received: Performs duties independently, following established procedures and reporting periodically to immediate supervisor.
Forklift / High Lift Operator / Stock Picker / Equipment Operator
High Lift Operator & Stock Picker (positions qualify for sign on bonus):
Worksite Locations: New Albany and Reynoldsburg
1st shift hours:
Regular Work Schedule is 6am-2:30pm Monday through Friday.
Overtime Schedule is 5am-2:30pm daily & on Saturdays.
Overtime will be mandatory at times based on business needs.
2nd shift hours:
Regular Work Schedule is 2:30pm-11:00pm Monday through Friday.
Overtime Schedule is 3:00pm-11:30pm daily & on Saturdays.
Overtime will be mandatory at times based on business needs.
3rd shift hours:
Regular Work Schedule is 8:30pm-5:00am Sunday through Thursday.
Overtime Schedule is 7:30pm-5:00am daily & on Friday’s.
Overtime will be mandatory at times based on business needs.
Part time Schedule is 12:00am-5:00am Monday through Friday – no overtime required.
Full time long term full time and part time positions available.
High Lift Equipment Operator:
Equipment Operators lift and stack merchandise onto/off conveyor lines, semi-trailers, pallets or other storage containers and racks within the Distribution Center. Equipment Operators carry out their duties using a variety of powered industrial equipment that may include: forklifts, stand-up forklifts, order selectors, or other equipment. Operate power equipment at least 80% of working hours. Equipment Operators are also responsible for handling full cases of product, including consistent lifting of cartons and merchandise onto and off conveyor lines, pallets and other storage containers. Maintain and verify documentation and information to facilitate flow of merchandise through the Distribution Center.
Must possess the ability to:
Individual contributor responsible for operating a forklift to unload cartons from semi-trailers, move carton/products throughout the distribution center and load cartons onto semi-trailers. Spends at least 80% of working hours operating power equipment. Ability to be trained to operate power equipment. High Lift Operators safely operate stand-up forklift equipment, stocking and retrieving cases of product from high bay storage areas. These positions require continuous lifting of packages weighing 50 pounds. High Lift Operators are required to wear fall protection equipment and perform job duties at heights of 30-feet or greater. Associates are required to meet accuracy and production standards. Training is provided. High Lift Operators may also lift and stack merchandise onto/off conveyor lines, semi-trailers, pallets or other storage containers and racks with the Distribution Center.
High School or GED education preferred or equivalent; 1 to 2 years experience using power equipment including reach equipment experience; Valid Driver’s license with good driving record; DMV check.
Apprentice Auxiliary Oper-Jaf
Exelon is currently seeking qualified individuals interested in becoming an Auxiliary Plant Operator/Nuclear Equipment Operator at our J.A. FitzPatrick Nuclear Station located in Oswego, NY Starting Rate: $37.72 Targeted Start date: 9/11/2017 A U XILIAR Y OP E RATOR A ( J AF) DUTIES: TheAOAisthelowestgradeoperator.
Underdirectsupervision onashift,in aNuclearPowerPlant, theAOAassistsoperatorsofahigher gradein carryingouttheirfunctions andduties Specific du t i e s include,butarenotlimitedto: Performsscheduledand routinelubricationofequipmentasdirected. PerformsminorOperationalMaintenance onequipmentasdirected.
Performsscheduledandroutinepreventivemaintenanceonequipment asdirected. ReportsdefectiveequipmenttotheSeniorNuclearOperatorandinitiatesdocumentation tocorrectthedefect. CleansequipmentandtheexteriorofControlPanelsandingeneral, maintainsgood housekeepingpracticesinassignedareas.
Checks,adjustsandreplacesrecorderpaperandpensasdirected. MaintainsaccurateLogsandRecordsofOperationsofequipmentin theareasofassignment. Checkscauses ofalarms onequipmentandtakessuchactionas isnecessarytoprotectpersonnel,equipmentandcorrectsthealarmcondition.
Assistsin operatingequipmenttoperformchemicalregenerationoftreatmentof RadwasteandWaterTreatingmaterialsandfluids. AssistsintheperformanceofSurveillanceTestsandothertestsasmayberequired bythe NuclearPowerPlant TechnicalSpecifications and
Procedures. Maintainsanactive interestintheoperationsofthe
NuclearPowerPlant andthrough readingandstudyshouldkeepcurrentwiththetechnologicaladvancesastheyapplyto thepositionof
AuxiliaryOperatorA. MINIMUM EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS:
Candidates must possess an Associate of Science degree (or equivalent*) or Bachelor’s degree in a technical field. OR 6 years of navy nuclear experience or A high school diploma (including coursework in Chemistry, Physics, and Advanced Math) and prior power plant experience as a plant operator. *Equivalency for the Associate of Science degree is established by meeting the criteria in one of the following options: · Forty-three or more semester-credit hours of course work from a regionally accredited college or university, of which 75% (at least 8 courses or 32 hours) must include course work in chemistry, advanced math and physics and/or engineering/engineering technology. Transcripts will be required to verify coursework. · Two or more years of documented industrial operating experience in addition to course work in chemistry, math and physics.
Course work in chemistry, math and physics may have been completed at the high school, college or university level. · Documented training and experience applicable to power generation operating experience while a member of the armed forces, in addition to course work in chemistry, math and physics.
Course work in chemistry, math and physics may have been completed at the high school, college or university level. TESTING REQUIREMENTS Candidates must pass the Plant Operator Selection System (POSS) Examination.
Candidates must satisfactorily complete a DDI Suitability Test - Score satisfactorily on the Basic Math and Science Test (BMST). Candidate must be able to obtain unescorted access to a nuclear facility. Candidate must pass a License medical screening.
Title:Apprentice Auxiliary Oper-JAF
Temporary Equipment Operator CL1 (Id:43409)
Purpose: The Temporary Equipment Operator CL1 is one of an 11-member team in the Grounds Shop responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of the campus grounds and the general care of the campus community for event set up and close out, office relocations, infrastructure project assistance, and the like.
This position is especially critical during the winter months to perform snow plowing, sanding and snow removal in assigned area(s) utilizing 1 ton plow trucks, 1-ton trucks, pickup trucks, and the other shop equipment. The position also assists in the upkeep of the campus roads, walkways, decks, patios, etc. for the safety of the campus community, visitors and the general public.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities: 1. Operates a variety of motor vehicles, including auxiliary devices, to move, transfer and haul materials, supplies, earth, snow, and other matter, to include loading and unloading of materials. 2.
Performs rough grading and/or landscape work using machinery, power and hand-held manual tools. Work includes, but is not limited to, cordoning off open pits, fallen trees and downed lighting to grooming campus lawns, posting and maintaining signage to removing debris from campus roads, walkways and grounds. 3. Operates equipment such as snowplows with wing, sand dispensers, and dump mechanisms to keep campus roadways, walkways and paths cleared and accessible during winter months. 4.
Performs all duties of a Facilities Maintenance Worker CL1 within the Grounds Shop. Work includes, but is not limited, to fixing roadway hazards (potholes, uneven pavement, crosswalk striping, removing debris on campus grounds, assisting with trash pickup and removal, etc. 5. Performs clean out work in laboratories, residence halls, kitchens, classrooms, offices, etc. which necessitates moving heavy materials and equipment and may involve the removal of unsafe and unhealthy materials. 6.
Performs inspections prior to each usage of equipment and vehicles to ensure proper operations. May perform minor repairs of equipment, as needed. 7. Position requires working the Commencement weekend each spring. 8.
Working an evening shift during the winter months (snow season) is required as needed to meet the needs of snow removal on campus. 9. Typically requires climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, lifting, pulling, pushing, reaching, standing, sitting, and repetitive motions. 10. Works effectively and cooperatively with members of the Facilities Management staff, UMaine administration, the campus community, and external clients and customers.
Knowledge, Skills & Qualifications: 1. Valid Maine CDL Class B or Class A driver’s license required. 2. Experience required – three years’ work experience using a front-end loader, backhoe, excavator, bulldozer strongly preferred. 3. Previous experience plowing and sanding roads and lots with a truck over 26,000 GVW (gross vehicle weight) required (2 years preferred). 4.
Previous experience plowing with a wing attachment strongly preferred. 5. Heavy construction or large municipality experience preferred. 6. Trench work and experience working on underground utilities preferred. 7. Experience performing manual labor work for extended periods of time in a variety of conditions strongly preferred. 8. Proven ability to work independently with minimal direct supervision required. 9. Home phone and reliable transportation required. 10. Ability to be on campus within30minutes of being called required. 1. Appropriate pre-employment background checks required. 2. Applicants must submit a resume or a written summary of former job responsibilities, skills and experience related to the duties described above. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY: N/A WORK ENVIRONMENT: Work environment may include working in cold, hot, rainy, humid, etc. weather for extended periods of time performing laborer tasks. Work may also involve unpleasant odors, fumes, dust, poor ventilation, and musty and damp environments. The position also requires the ability to lift up to 70lbs regularly. WORK YEAR: Full-time, regular 12-month appointment. WORK SCHEDULE: Monday – Friday, 7:00am – 3:00pm, with overtime and callbacks required. POSITION TYPE: E&G; Funded, on-going hourly position. SCHEDULE FOR EVALUATION: In accordance with the Service & Maintenance Unit Agreement. WAGE BAND & STEP: Wage Band A12, Step 5 All UMS employees are required to comply with applicable policies and procedures, as well as to complete applicable workplace related screenings, and required employee trainings, such as Information Security, Safety Training, Workplace Violence and Sexual Harassment. Materials must be submitted via “Apply For Position.” You will need to create a profile and application; upload a cover letter and a resume/curriculum vitae which fully describes your qualifications and experiences with specific reference to the required and preferred qualifications; and provide contact information for three professional references. Incomplete application materials cannot be considered. The University of Maine is an EEO/AA employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.Position Title: Temporary Equipment Operator CL1 (id:43409)
Department:* Facilities Management
Bargaining Unit:* Temp
Salary Band/Wage Band:* A12 Step 5/$12.25hr
Required Documents:* Cover Letter, Job Support Document, Resume/CV
Equipment Operator I DOT
Overview Pumpco Energy Servicesoffers hydraulic fracturing in some of North America's largest resource plays. With fit-for-purpose equipment, staff expertise and a focus on safe operations and outstanding customer service, Pumpco is a leading provider of pressure pumping in today's horizontal shale market.
Participate as a crew member in well site and rig up/ rig down operations. This position will operate a company vehicle on a daily basisbetween the district and work site to deliver products, service tools, and equipment. This position will also operate designated equipment asassigned by the Service Supervisor. Major
Duties & Responsibilities:
Must understand and comply with all safety rules and company policies of Pumpco
Ability to verbally communicate and understand details and directions
Responsible for the safe operation of assigned equipment on all locations while under the supervision of the Service Supervisor orother crew members
Ability to learn the disciplines of driving and rigging up equipment on location and assist during the rigging up and down of servicelines and equipment at the well site
Perform all Pre-job and Post-job maintenance duties and reports, as instructed by the Service Supervisor or other crew members
Responsible for maintaining equipment and the cleanliness of the equipment
Complete all Pre/Post trip reports for all equipment, under the supervision of the Service Supervisor or other crew members
Properly maintain Driver DOT Logs
Promotes safety awareness and environmental consciousness, and complies with all applicable health, safety and environmentalprocedures and regulations
Maintain satisfactory driving record
Must be willing to obtain knowledge of pumping standards
Ability to learn to operate auxiliary equipment: stake bed, acid transport and sand truck
Ability to learn to operate different types of equipment and support well site activity
Ability to maintain condition of treating iron
Perform duties according to documented Standard Operating Practices and comply with all requirements and work placeinstructions
Perform various other duties assigned by the Service Supervisor Main Attributes:
Strong commitment to Quality, Health, Safety, & Environment (QHSE)
Shows a positive work ethic /attitude
Good communication skills Competency
Experience is preferred but not required as a condition of employment
Able to pass H2S certification
Valid Class A, able to acquire HAZMAT
Reading comprehension and writing skills
The ability to perform basic mathematical calculations
Ability to gain the knowledge of and pass Crane Training and other Qualifications as Required
Must have an active telephone and the ability to be on 24 hour call Physical Job Demands:
Ability to work a “24 hour on call” rotational schedule is required
Ability to work flexible work schedule, including long and/or irregular hours and nights and weekends
Required to wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) when applicable
Required to travel to job sites for a week or more at a time in a designated area
Must have efficient eye-hand coordination. Must have good depth perception, peripheral vision, ability to see and differentiatecolors, and a minimum of average hearing
This job will require occasional bending, squatting, climbing, twisting, and reaching
Must be able to perform physical labor involving frequent lifting (over 50lbs.), carrying, bending, and shoveling
Job may include stand/walk 6 – 8 hrs., sitting 6 – 8 hrs., driving 1 – 4 hours
Work environment with chemicals, fumes/gasses, noxious odors, heights, noise, radiation, and exposure to weather conditions suchas cold, rain/dampness, heat/humidity, and wind
Repetitive motions of simple grasping, fine manipulation, pushing and pulling, finger dexterity, foot movement Reports to:
Service Supervisor / Operations Supervisor Excellent Benefits:
Medical, Dental, Vision, Disability, Life, Matching 401(k), Employee Stock Purchase Plan Superior Energy Services and its subsidiaries are Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employers for Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled. ID 15786 Business Unit Pumpco Energy Services Inc. Location US-TX-Odessa
Director Of Auxiliary Services
Position Number: 010508 Department: Business Services (Adm) Employment Type:
Permanent - Full-time Months Per Year: 12 Essential Duties and
The Director of Auxiliary Services is responsible for overall administration and leadership for the food service (meal plans, retail dining, catering, concessions, and convenience stores), bookstores and related campus retail/merchandising operations, reprographic services (copy, pay for print, and copy center services), vending services, ATM’s, mail and package services, licensing and trademark management and coordinating responsibility for a universal access and payment system. The position directly supervises four managers and one administrative staff, with oversight for thirteen staff and three business partners with over 400 management and sales associate staff.
The position has responsibility for three major multifaceted dining facilities, nine permitted dining operations and two bookstores located in eight other campus buildings, and concessions areas in five athletic venues. The position has fiscal responsibility for operating budgets in excess of $20M. Given the nature of services provided and occurring within the various facilities, the DAS works closely with our business partners, Housing and Residence Life, Athletics, Facility Management, Student Union, Conference Services, Financial Services and other aspects of the campus community.
He/she develops and implements long-range renovation and equipment replacement plans; provides strategic direction for operations and revenue generation; is responsible for personnel management (hiring, supervision, evaluation, professional development) and also represents the Business Services department and division of Business Affairs on various committees, taskforces and local, state, regional and national organizations. Primary responsibilities include: contract negotiation and management, partnership development, human resource management for auxiliary areas, planning, budget development and management, facilities management, project management, and oversight and process improvement for day to day service delivery. Minimum Experience / Education: • Master’s degree in business administration or related field and eight years of progressive experience managing/leading a multifaceted auxiliary services department. • Strong multi-level supervisory experience with professional staff and business partner positions. • Demonstrated ability to develop/manage budgets and oversee and allocate fiscal resources. • Facility and project management experience with auxiliary service operations. • Significant experience developing RFP’s, negotiating and managing contracts, and developing effective business relationships. • Experience and/or knowledge of managing retail operations. • Excellent verbal and written communication skills; ability to listen, clearly articulate thoughts/directions/expectations and develop reports/proposals and make presentations. • Knowledge of best practices and trends related to auxiliary operations and higher education administration. • Skill at developing effective partnerships, negotiating contracts/agreements, resolving conflict. • Ability to effectively manage multiple priorities, render thoughtful decisions and motivate others to levels of excellence. • Sound understanding of the values and philosophy of auxiliary enterprises in a higher educational setting and a passion for quality service delivery.
Preferred Education Skills and Experience: • Project and/or process management certification • CASP certification • Four to six years of experience with food service and bookstore/retailing operations • General management responsibility for a multi-million auxiliary business with operating accountability for a multi-million budget that includes staff costs, capital costs including those for equipment and land/buildings, repair and renovation costs, maintenance costs. • Experience with all phases of the architectural design process for major projects and renovations and equipment maintenance and replacement. • Experience developing comprehensive, integrated operating plans for ongoing auxiliary businesses that address issues of finance, operations, human resources, and marketing of all services. • Demonstrated competency in assessing new products, services, and procedures to determine their merit for investment by the University. The new-product analysis includes the development not only of initial and complete start-up costs but analysis of ongoing revenues and costs (on a cash-flow basis).
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