Auxiliary Equipment Tender Job Description Sample
Senior Equipment Specialist - Aircraft Auxiliary And Electrical Systems
Modern Technology Solutions, Inc. (MTSI) is co-owned by more than 850 engineers, analysts, and professionals dedicated to providing high caliber services to aerospace and defense and intelligence customers across the US. We are always looking for the best to join us as we grow.
Our first core value is that employees come first. We challenge our co-workers to provide the highest level of support and service, and reward them with some of the best benefits in the industry. All new co-workers start with 20 days PTO, 6% 401k match with immediate vesting, semi-annual bonuses, and eligibility to participate in our Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP). We offer other employee focused benefits, including up to $10k in tuition reimbursement and an optional zero dollar deductible BCBS health insurance plan.
We are seeking a Sr. Equipment Specialist to support aviation related programs at Tinker AFB, OK.
The Senior Equipment Specialist (S) provides the USAF weapons system program office with expert assistance regarding the fielding of new major weapons systems. The performer will apply their life cycle logistics support, knowledge, and experience to organize and manage resources and personnel needed to efficiently and effectively accomplish USAF and AFLCMC/WWS Strike Systems logistics objectives consistent with DoD 5000.02 and USAF logistics and technical data policies and procedures. The position is located at Tinker AFB, requires an active TS clearance with SCI eligibility and requires approximately 25% travel with potential surges.
Support USAF main operating base and/or depot maintenance stand up utilizing USAF Technical Data, and Supply Systems.
Leverage expertise in Aircraft Auxiliary and Electrical Systems to develop maintenance strategies for those systems and sub-systems implementing suitable maintenance tools, support equipment, and technical orders. .
Utilize experience with aircraft materials, manufacturing processes, and maintenance requirements to develop/sustain provisioning and supply systems utilizing USAF maintenance and supply chains, forms, and other documentation.
When necessary, to work directly with the users (operators and maintainers) and/or contractor to develop processes in a teaming environment
Technical Order (TO's) validation, verification and time compliance technical order actions. Review TO's for weapon system crew stations, instruments and flight controls.
Ensure proper purchasing of new tooling and field availability. Review source selection for tooling requirements. Review specifications for accuracy of technical guidance.
Assist with provisioning for initial support, as well as acquiring, distributing, and replenishing spares and support equipment inventories.
Actively participate in the Integrated Logistics Support of weapon system and sub-system components to ensure supportability and sustainment requirements are met.
Perform as technical advisor and consultant for weapon system crew stations, instruments, and flight controls; Review, evaluate and make recommendations on policies and procedures relating to repair, modification and supportability.
Provide technical inputs to determine feasibility and supportability of proposed modifications; Provides configuration management (CM) input to proposed acquisition/modifications.
Evaluate contractor proposals from a configuration and data management standpoint for technical feasibility
Participate in DT&E/FOT&E/OT&E to verify and evaluate pre-planning of required maintenance.
Provide technical input to Performance Work Statements (PWS), Statements of Work (SOW), Requests for Proposal (RFP) and Program Management Plans.
Active TS clearance with eligibility for SCI is mandatory
At least ten years' experience maintaining military aircraft and commodities in an organizational level and/or depot level environment with no less than four (4) years experience in a SAP and/or SCI environment within the last five (5) years
A BA/BS degree in logistics, management, engineering, or science/math is highly desired.
Experience using USAF Technical Orders, maintenance tools and support equipment, and the USAF maintenance and supply systems, forms, and documentation
Experience with aircraft materials, maintenance requirements, manufacturing processes, provisioning processes, and component operations
Experience with aircraft systems and subsystems -- Specifically Aircraft Auxiliary and Electrical Systems
- The work requires some physical exertion such as long periods of standing; or recurring activities such as bending, climbing, stooping stretching, or reaching.
- The work environment can include arctic, desert, and temperate climates. Work is regularly performed indoors or can be in
ASO provides logistics, facilities maintenance and operations, transportation and support services for mission-critical military installations and civilian agencies around the country. From the homes of U.S. Central Command and U.S. Special Operations Command to the highways of suburban Virginia, ASO experts and professionals work behind the scenes to ensure smooth and continuous operations.
Boiler tenders/operators are responsible for all aspects of boiler plant operation including, but not limited to, scheduling and coordinating and assisting in boiler inspections, daily operator maintenance and inspection, maintaining and analyzing logs and records, periodic operation and inspection of idle equipment. Boiler plants and equipment shall operate equipment IAW Industrial Standards.
- Boiler operator typically works in facilities like power plants or boiler, engine, and mechanical rooms. Can be responsible for all of the systems that generate heat or electricity in a facility. Some of the equipment that they are responsible for includes:
Hot water heating systems
Boiler operator will make manual adjustments to this equipment during its servicing.
Operates and maintains high pressure steam boilers (above 15 psi), or high pressure/high temperature water boilers (above 160 psi at 250 degrees Fahrenheit) for the production of facility heating, hot water and/or electrical generation.
Operates and maintains auxiliary equipment such as water softeners, boiler feed pumps, fuel conveyors, vacuum pumps and circulating pumps.
Boiler operator must perform routine maintenance on the equipment and systems in the facility, using hand or power tools to perform tasks like replacing defective valves, filters, or steam gauges on a heating system.
Operator tests the boiler water and balances it with chemicals, if needed, to prevent corrosive deposits from damaging the boiler system.
Boiler operator will watch the system during operation and attend to any additional problems or detected safety issues.
Monitors water levels, pressure readings, fuel consumption and other related operations; performs chemical tests on water; records readings in the plant operations logs.
Adjusts controls on equipment to maintain a proper flow of steam and/or water and to ensure safety of operation.
Powers down, cleans, and assists in the repair and maintenance of boilers and auxiliary equipment.
Blows down and washes boilers; scrapes and cleans flues; cleans pumps, screens, pipes, oil burners, strainers, and related parts and equipment.
Powers down, cools off and opens boilers, cleans them thoroughly and prepares them for annual certification inspections by 3rdparty inspectors. Closes and restarts boilers and checks for proper operation.
Receives general administrative direction; work is reviewed through inspections and efficiency of operations.
Maintains a clean and safe work area around boilers and auxiliary equipment.
Performs other related work as assigned.
A high school diploma is required.
Have a minimum three years’ demonstrated experience in the operation of high pressure hot water or steam boilers.
Stationary High-Pressure Steam Engineer 2nd Class license OR Class III or IV Power Engineer Certification from National Institute of Uniform Licensed Power Engineers (NIULPE) preferred
Certified per EPA Method 9 (Opacity)
Demonstrated familiarity with American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Boiler & Pressure Vessel Codes, especially as concerns controls and safety devices
Prospective employees will receive consideration without discrimination because of race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status.
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Job: Installation, Maintenance & Repair
Primary Location: US-MO-Fort Leonard Wood
Shift: Day Job
Req ID: ASO00418
Nuclear Auxiliary Operator Trainee
Completes qualification within assigned time frame. Operates mechanical and electrical equipment for which qualification has been completed.
High school diploma or GED. Must pass EEI POSS testing. Engineering degree or previous nuclear experience preferred.
Nuclear requirement: Any PVGS employee may be called upon to serve as a member of the Emergency Response Organization (ERO) and will be expected to fulfill their obligation as an ERO member. This is a condition of employment at PVGS. Roles and Responsibilities defined in Policy 1503 and implementing policy guide are applicable to all PVGS employees.
Any PVGS employee may be called upon to support a refueling or short-notice outage. This includes line roles and responsibilities as necessary to execute outage activities.
- Complete qualification to operate equipment within assigned time frame.
- Operates all major and auxiliary plant equipment outside Control Room in areas for which qualification is completed.
- Monitors, reads and records instruments and equipment outside Control Room in areas for which qualification is completed. Notifies Control Room Operator of any problems.
- Communicates with the Control Room regarding plant status and conditions on an ongoing basis in areas where qualifications have been completed.
- Implements station safety tagging and clearance procedures to ensure safe working conditions for personnel and equipment.
- Maintains awareness and understanding of: plant procedures, government regulations, system operation and design changes, radiation hazards and handling of radioactive equipment in areas where qualifications have been completed.
- Maintains qualifications per PVGS Training continuing training programs when qualifications are complete in one or more areas.
High school diploma or GED. Must pass the Edison Electric Institute Power Operation Selection System (POSS) test. Nuclear navy experience; commercial Nuclear Operations experience and/or BS degree in Engineering Technology, or Physical Science strongly preferred. Shift work is required.
Those selected as Trainees must pass the two phases of training qualifications to be retained in the Operations Department. The two phases are:
On-the-job Training/Oral Board
Trainees who are unsuccessful in passing the course exam at the completion of the Classroom Training or the Oral Board will not be retained in the Palo Verde Operations Department
Please ensure your resume includes the following details: (if applicable)
Nuclear Navy or commercial Nuclear Operations experience
Rank at time of discharge (Nuclear Navy)
Engineering Watch Supervisor or Engine Room Supervisor (Nuclear Navy)
This position may require access to and/or use of information subject to control under the Department of Energy's Part 810 Regulations (10 CFR Part 810), the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) (15 CFR Parts 730 through 774), or the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) (22 CFR Chapter I, Subchapter M Part 120) (collectively, "U.S. Export Control Laws"). Therefore, some positions may require applicants to be a U.S. person, which is defined as a U.S. Citizen, a U.S. Lawful Permanent Resident (i.e. 'Green Card Holder'), a Political Asylee, or a Refugee under the U.S. Export Control Laws. All applicants will be required to confirm their U.S. person or non-US person status. All information collected in this regard will only be used to ensure compliance with U.S. Export Control Laws, and will be used in full compliance with all applicable laws prohibiting discrimination on the basis of national origin and other factors. For positions at Palo Verde Generating Stations (PVGS) all openings will require applicants to be a U.S. person.
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Testing Information & Contact
Tests are only administered to referred candidates. More information about our tests and the testing process is available through www.pinnaclewest.com/careers and then clicking on the link for "Pre-employment Testing".
- A written [paper and pencil] test will be administered.
E-mail will be the method of contact with job applicants for test scheduling. Please be sure to check your e-mail regularly so that you receive scheduling notifications for testing and updated job information.
For consideration, please include a resume.
The Auxiliary Equipment Operator I (AEO1) is responsible for the safe, environmentally sound and efficient operation of the bottom ash and fly ash handling systems located in the Ash Building. In addition they will also operate a Front End Loader as needed to manage ash storage requirements.
The Auxiliary Equipment Operator follows established operating procedures and does not deviate from these procedures during normal operating conditions except as directed. The AEO performs assigned routine inspections and manipulative operations without close supervision within well-defined boundaries. Specific duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
Performs daily routine inspections of assigned equipment and fills out necessary log sheets according to procedures.
Performs troubleshooting on equipment and reports all malfunctioning equipment through the issuance of work orders.
Performs checks as required by the weekly activities book, the monthly critical items check list, etc.
Performs lockout and tagout of equipment in support of maintenance activities.
Maintains a clean and orderly work area.
Must be able to perform general math calculations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division,
Performs additional tasks as directed by the Shift Supervisor, or his or her designee.
EXPERIENCE AND SPECIAL QUALIFICATIONS:
Must have a sound knowledge and clear understanding of the mechanical characteristics of the equipment, and must have demonstrated the ability to apply this knowledge in both routine and non-routine operations.
Must understand the principles of operation, function and construction of ash handling equipment.
Must be able to operate a Front End Loader.
Must be half-face and full-face respirator qualified.
Must have a high school education or equivalent and must have completed PBRRC's operator training program requirements for the position, or must have had equivalent power plant work-related experience.
Must have successfully completed both an oral and written review to ensure that he or she i
Auxiliary Operator I
Check and operate all coal, limestone, and fuel oil handling equipment. Work also includes supervised participation in the operation of other plant equipment located in the plant outside area as required.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Working knowledge of all fuel handling equipment.
Operating knowledge of control systems as related to the fuel handling equipment.
Operating knowledge of electrical switches, relays, protective schemes and systems related to the fuel handling system.
Ability to detect irregularities in the operation of the fuel handling system and equipment.
Ability to follow instructions accurately and to report accurate information to other operators.
Working knowledge of all equipment limitations.
High School education or equivalent with some knowledge and experience in the operation and maintenance of machinery.
Knowledge of O.S.H.A. regulations as related to occupational duties.
DESIRED KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE
- Experience in dry and wet ash handling.
- Must be able to be certified for all types of respirators. Requires some lifting up to 50 pounds and considerable walking and standing. Must be able to climb to various heights and work in tight areas.
ESSENTIAL AND MARGINAL FUNCTIONS:
Checks the operation of the following automatically, semi-automatically, or manually operated equipment.
Vibratory coal feeding equipment
Coal conveyor system
Tripper & Plow
Coal sampling system
Motor, pneumatic and manually operated gates
Pumps and motors
Limestone unloading system
Fuel oil unloading, pumps and meters
Ash removal systems
From the coal yard control room, communicates with the coal train and remotely operates the coal handling system from the tract unloading hopper to plant storage ready pile.
Makes hourly checks of bearing and the operating condition of all rotating equipment as assigned.
Operates the Tripper and Coal Plow and related equipment.
Promotes the training and proficiency of other personnel assigned under their direction.
Performs other occupational group related duties as required, and for which qualified to perform safely.
Complete training assignments as directed.
Strive to become more proficient in the AO1 position.
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Ferndale Police Auxiliary Officer
These volunteer officers relieve regular line officers from performing auxiliary tasks and other functions that deplete the number of regular officers on the street.
The Auxiliary unit is used in a variety of functions ranging from crowd and traffic control to assisting regular officers search a crime scene for evidence. The unit is used also for disasters (i.e., to secure areas and direct traffic because of downed power lines, flood areas and many other disaster situations).
Ferndale Police Auxiliary members receive a great deal of training, both ongoing as well as formal training. Ongoing training is done locally at the department or around the station (if the auxiliary is practicing traffic direction). The Auxiliary Coordinator directs all training.
Formal training is conducted at Oakland Community College, Oakland Police Academy. The Auxiliary receives 120 hours of classroom and range time, covering 14 topics in the classroom. Topics include:
duties and responsibilities
mechanics of arrest
drunk driving enforcement
traffic direction and control
narcotics and dangerous drugs
The unit also receives OC (pepper spray) training through the department and CPR/First-Aid Certification annually.
In Ferndale, the department has always provided our auxiliary members with shirts, pants, hats, badges, coats, bullet resistant vests and name badges.
Auxiliary members are also required to purchase a department-approved firearm, all leather gear (belts, holsters, belt keepers and cuff case). Other equipement includes flashlights, whistles, rain hat covers, radio holsters, pepper spray case and other incidentals. This equipment cost can exceed $1,500.
The Auxiliary unit is a group of dedicated volunteers striving for the betterment and safety of the City of Ferndale and its residents.
Duties:Some functions performed by the auxiliary unit include:
State Fair pedestrian crosswalk
Memorial Day Parade directing traffic and security at the parade
Dream Cruise traffic and crowd control
House Check Program (when residents are going to be away on vacation or any other situations they can notify the Ferndale Police Department and have their homes checked by uniformed Auxiliary officers)
Surveillance projects (capacity of observation and reporting via radio)
Evidence searches at crime scenes (assisting the Detective Bureau)
Devil's Night patrol
Downtown details: Christman tree lighting ceremony
Attend funerals and/used as honor guards
State and National Police Memorial representation in Washington, D.C.
Fraternal Order of Police zoo trip
Olympic Torch Run
9-11 Memorial Service
Ferndale High School sports
Flag Raising ceremony
Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics
Fraternal Order of Police Santa Visitation
Many other city functions
The requirements to become an auxiliary officer in Ferndale are as follows:
Have a high school diploma
Be subjected to a background check
Have no criminal record
Pass an oral board interview
Approval and acceptance by the command staff of the Ferndale Police Department
Auxiliary Custodian - 500054
Auxiliary Custodian - 500054
This is a temporary position to be called in as needed on various shifts to assist with custodial coverage. This temporary position performs routine cleaning tasks to assigned buildings on campus.
Performs cleaning tasks in assigned area in accordance with policies and procedures
Collects and removes trash and recycled materials from buildings
Fills out work orders for items needing maintenance
Utilizes and takes care of the equipment and supplies provided to them by the University
Works with safety of self and others in mind as their number one priority
Assists with snow removal as required
WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL EFFORT:
Must be available to work a flexible schedule to include weekends and evenings.
Requires the employee to work both inside and outside in cold, wet, and dry conditions.
Must be able to stand and walk for long periods of time, walk up stairs, and push, pull and lift up to 50 pounds.
Frequently required to use personal protective equipment to prevent exposure to hazardous materials.
Minimum of a High School degree or educational equivalent.
One year or more experience in custodial operations or related field preferred.
Preferred for the employee to have a Driver's License and be able to produce a driving record with a minimum of 3 years of driving history in good standing.
Temporary, part-time, non-exempt position
This position works as needed, but will not work more than 1,000 hours per year
Pay Grade 1
To see more detailed salary information please review the University of Richmond's Compensation Structure.
Located minutes from downtown Richmond, Virginia, the University of Richmond (www.richmond.edu) blends the intimacy of a small college with exceptional academic, research, and cultural opportunities usually found only at large institutions. Richmond offers a unique combination of undergraduate and graduate programs. Our School of Arts & Sciences anchors Richmond as a nationally ranked liberal arts university. A ranked business school, the nation's first school of leadership studies, a highly respected law school, a nationally recognized international education program and the community-focused School of Professional and Continuing Studies build on that strong foundation and make this university something unique.
UR is committed to developing a diverse faculty, staff and student body, and to modeling an inclusive campus community which values the expression of differences in ways that promote excellence in teaching, learning, personal development and institutional success. In keeping with this commitment, our academic community welcomes candidates from diverse backgrounds and candidates who support diversity. EOE
Process Lead Auxiliary Operator
For consideration, all applications must include a resume.
The Process Utility Operator is responsible for the safe, environmentally sound and efficient daily operation of the process plant in assisting and supporting the operation to effectively maintain a steady flow of municipal solid waste (MSW) through the process lines in the production of refuse derived fuel (RDF).
Follows established operating procedures in assisting the Shift Supervisor in directing RDF production and throughput activities to ensure maximum efficiency of the operation, deviating from normal procedures only as directed.
Establishes and maintains effective communications with all operating personnel, acting as a liaison between the operating personnel and supervision.
Organizes and delegates individual responsibilities to operating personnel.
Oversees and follows up on jobs assigned, ensuring that the work is being performed safely and according to established procedures.
Remains continually alert to operating malfunctions or potential problem situations, immediately reporting them to the Shift Supervisor and Process Control Operator, and takes appropriate action to avoid or eliminate the problem.
Remains continually aware of unsafe working conditions or procedures and takes immediate steps to eliminate the unsafe condition.
Maintains daily operating log books, recording required information and data in a clear and legible manner.
Performs lockout and tagout of equipment in support of maintenance activities.
Maintains a clean and orderly work area.
Performs additional tasks as
Company Name: Epic Diving & Marine Services, LLC
Location: Belle Chasse, LA, United States
Education Experience: Trade School / Certification Required
Employment Experience: None
Required Travel: None
Classification Type: Permanent
Classification Time: Full-time
SUMMARY OF RESPONSIBILITIES
This position is responsible for assisting the Diver from preparation to completion of the dive, including any in-water decompression required.
Essential job duties include:
Support, comply with, and participate in HSE Program
Participate in JSEA's
Assist the diver in dressing and undressing
Confirm that the diver's equipment is functioning properly
Set up and operate all equipment as directed by the Supervisor or his designee
Be alert for and immediately report conditions that may be hazardous or unsafe
Perform routine maintenance on diving equipment
Repair only equipment for which he is qualified
Assist in topside work as required or directed
Assist the LST and tend to the divers in the saturation system
Successfully complete all safety tests administered prior to performing tests in the shop or out in the field
Work in the shop when not offshore to gain hands-on experience with equipment
On an as-needed basis, an EPIC Tender, Diver/Tender or Diver may be required to perform in the following capacities:
1.Rigger – Heavy Lift – work under the general supervision of the Barge Foreman and/or Barge Superintendent. The Rigger also works with Supervisors, Crane Operators, and other crew members to perform general labor work in all aspects of Barge operations.
2.OP&A Rigger – may work under the general supervision of the OP&A Supervisor. May also work with the OP&A Operator and other crew members to perform general labor work in all aspects of OP&A operations.
Support and participate in the organization's Continual Improvement Program to conform to ISO 9001 requirements by complying with Quality Policies and Procedures and meeting Quality Objectives.
Perform other duties as assigned
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS
High School diploma or equivalent
Successful completion of a Commercial Diving Program as set forth by the Association of Diving
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.
Knowledge of diving equipment
Knowledge of emergency and safety procedures
Must show discretion, good judgment, organizational or management ability, initiative, and the ability to work independently
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.
LIFTING – Lift up to 50 pounds without assistance, and 100 pounds with assistance..
CLIMBING - Ascending or descending using feet and legs and/or hands and arms. Body agility is emphasized.
BALANCING - Maintaining body equilibrium to prevent falling on narrow, slippery, or erratically moving surfaces; or maintaining body equilibrium when performing feats of agility.
STOOPING - Bending body downward and forward. This factor is important if it occurs to a considerable degree and requires full use of the lower extremities and back muscles.
KNEELING - Bending legs at knees to come to rest on knee or knees.
CROUCHING - Bending body downward and for-ward by bending legs and spine.
CRAWLING - Moving about on hands and knees or hands and feet.
REACHING - Extending hand(s) and arm(s) in any direction.
HANDLING - Seizing, holding, grasping, turning, or otherwise working with hand or hands. Fingers are involved only to the extent that they are an extension of the hand.
FINGERING - Picking, pinching, or otherwise working primarily with fingers rather than with the whole hand or arm as in handling.
FEELING - Perceiving attributes of objects, such as size, shape, temperature, or texture, by touching with skin, particularly that of fingertips.
TALKING - Expressing or exchanging ideas by means of the spoken word. Talking is important for those activities in which workers must impart oral information to clients or to the public, and in those activities in which they must convey detailed or important spoken instructions to other workers accurately, loudly, or quickly.
HEARING - perceiving the nature of sounds. Used for those activities which require ability to receive detailed information through oral communication, and to make fine discriminations in sounds, such as when making fine adjustments on running engines.
NEAR ACUITY - Clarity of vision at 20 inches or less. Use this factor when special and minute accuracy is demanded.
FAR ACUITY - Clarity of vision at 20 feet or more. Use this factor when visual efficiency in terms of far acuity is required in day and night/dark conditions.
DEPTH PERCEPTION - Three-dimensional vision. Ability to judge distances and spatial relationships so as to see objects where and as they actually are.
COLOR VISION - Ability to identify and distinguish colors.
FIELD OF VISION - Observing an area that can be seen up and down or to right or left while eyes are fixed on a given point. Use this factor when job performance re-quires seeing a large area while keeping the eyes fixed.
EXPOSURE TO WEATHER - Exposure to hot, cold, wet, humid, or windy conditions caused by the weather.
NOISE - Exposure to constant or intermittent sounds or a pitch or level sufficient to cause marked distraction or possible hearing loss.
VIBRATION - Exposure to a shaking object or surface. This factor is rated important when vibration causes a strain on the body or extremities.
ATMOSPHERIC CONDITIONS - Exposure to conditions such as fumes, noxious odors, dusts, mists, gases, and poor ventilation that affect the respiratory system, eyes or, the skin.
CONFINED/RESTRICTED WORKING ENVIRONMENT - Work is performed in a closed or locked facility providing safety and security for clients, inmates, or fellow workers. Proximity to moving, mechanical parts.
Exposure to radiant energy.
Working with explosives.
Exposure to toxic or caustic chemicals.
Must be able to successfully complete all required training for the position.
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.
Safety is a condition of employment at EPIC Divers and Marine. To be considered a safe employee you will need to:
Maintain a safe working attitude by following all project, safety and operational procedures, rules and regulations. Embrace EPIC's DIVE 5 Program of "Continuous Improvement" by actively participating in:
o Job Safety Environmental Analysis (JSEA) development
o Hazard Hunt Identification Program
o Root Cause Analysis Program
Willingly participate in EPIC's Behavior Based Safety Observation Program (WILCO).
Utilize Stop Task Responsibility (STR) when observing either an unsafe condition or behavior.
o Report any unsafe condition or behavior immediately to your supervisor.
Immediately report all illnesses and/or incident to your immediate supervisor.
Report to work "Fit for Duty" and free of Drugs and Alcohol.
o Report any prescriptions drugs you are currently taking to your immediate Supervisor and/or Captain on Vessel.
o Report any suspected use of drugs or alcohol impairment to your immediate Supervisor
o Comply with EPIC's procedure of "Zero Tolerance" towards the use of drugs and alcohol.
Maintain a healthy body by conforming to EPIC's annual physical policy.
Comments, suggestions or questions should be sent to the Human Resource Manager.
TETRA Technologies, Inc. is a geographically diversified oil and gas services company, focused on completion fluids and associated products and services, water management, after-frac flow back, production well testing, offshore rig cooling, compression services and equipment, and selected offshore services including well plugging and abandonment, decommissioning, and diving.
Headquartered in The Woodlands, Texas, TETRA® is a global company with employees and operations on six continents. We were incorporated in Delaware on February 6, 1981 and trade on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) under the ticker symbol TTI. Our indirect, wholly owned subsidiary Compressco Partners, L.P. trades on the NASDAQ under the ticker symbol CCLP.
TETRA Technologies, Inc. is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer.
Metal Tender 2Nd Shift
Who we are and what we do:
Pace Industries is North America's leading full-service die casting manufacturer. Our mission is to provide uncommon, creative die casting and support solutions that contribute to the success of our customers. Our die cast parts are used in automobiles, motorcycles, generators, snow mobiles, lawn mowers, washing machines, power hand tools, BBQ grills, commercial lighting and many other well-known products. You can have a significant impact on our cultural transformation.
The Cambridge Division is one of Pace's longest-running facilities. Founded in 1945, Cambridge has been providing contract manufacturing die casting worldwide for more than 65 years. A 300,000-square-foot facility provides a large environment for expert manufacturing services.
Keep the holding furnaces on the die cast machines full of proper alloy of metal and at proper temperatures. This process, called hauling metal, must be done in a safe, efficient, and timely manner as to keep production running always while minimizing costly mistakes such as overfilling furnaces, overfilling ladles, spilling metal, letting furnaces run too low on metal, mixing alloys, etc. Must safely and efficiently support the production requirements and assure the proper alloy is provided for the parts being cast.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Keep transfer (bull) ladles, furnace, and die cast holdings properly cleaned and/or heated.
Keep scrap hoppers emptied and identified.
Keep alloys separated. This applies to all metal including those stored, in any furnace, or in scrap form.
Keep all areas cleaned including but not limited to melt rooms, work areas, tools/supplies and properly stored. Daily chipping, cleaning, fluxing, and skimming of breakdown furnaces. This also includes Striko Holding Furnaces. (clean, fill funnels, and pouring spouts. Coat as needed).
breakdown furnaces. This includes jackhammering, cleaning, forming, ramming, casting, painting, etc.
Charge metal to breakdown furnaces in such a way as to keep them full of the proper alloy metal and at the proper temperatures. Metal is charged in form of sows, ingots, castings, and ingredients.
Perform alloy changes in any furnace properly.
Run spectrometer including cleaning, profile, standardization, and routine analysis.
Properly handle paperwork, sampling, and barcoding of all incoming metal/materials.
Capable and willing to work overtime.
Work in a safe manner and report unsafe conditions/hazards immediately. Wear required personal protective equipment.
Must have high school diploma or equivalent.
Must be able to read and understand written directives. The predominate forms of instructions are written, visual, and verbal.
Properly handle all department paperwork including labor cards, production sheets, check sheets, metal hauling sheets, barcodes, audit logs, furnace cleaning sheets, scrap cards, flux/dross cards, etc.
Forklift certification required.
This is a physically demanding position requiring moderately heavy lifting and working in a hot environment.
Must follow and understand all safety rules and policies as set forth by OSHA guidelines.
Please note that the duties and requirements described herein are intended to represent general contents of this job. This is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of duties and responsibilities.
Pace Industries has a strong commitment to the principle of diversity, and in that spirit, seeks a broad spectrum of candidates including women, minorities, veterans, and people with disabilities. Individuals with disabilities desiring accommodations in the application process should notify the hiring department by the application deadline.
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