Casting Room Operator Job Description Sample
Who We Are:
Ball Corporation, since its founding in 1880, has evolved and expanded from its humble beginnings as a manufacturer of wood-jacketed tin cans into the global manufacturing leader it is today. From the development of innovative metal packaging to the beverage, food and consumer goods markets to delivering proven instruments, sensors and spacecraft to the aerospace and defense industries, Ball's unmatched expertise and global reach ensure that no matter our customers' mission, we are there to help them achieve it.
Ball's beverage packaging delivers more than just a cold drink. We take pride in creating metal beverage cans and bottles that are smart, practical, sustainable and eye-catching. From our aluminum beverage cans ranging in excess of 20 different sizes to the versatile, recloseable Alumni-Tek bottle to the Dynamark variable printing technology that allows us to print up to 24 design variations per production run, we work closely with our customers to deliver a unique packaging experience to consumers.
Since the aerosol can revolutionized consumer products in the 1940s, Ball has refined and improved the technology to suit today's needs. We recently developed a new metal alloy that reduces the weight of our aluminum aerosol cans by as much as 15%. We also breathed new air into aerosol technology with the introduction of our next generation of tinplate aerosol packaging, which is helping us meet and exceed our customers' growing expectations.
With the help of our 18,450 talented employees around the world, Ball will continue to revolutionize our industries, serve our customers, and put the right people, processes and partners in place to help us achieve our vision and create long-term value for all our shareholders.
Primary Purpose of Position:
Employee is responsible for banding, racking, and moving coils and transporting them to storage. Employee must be able to operate the controls at the coiler table. Employee is responsible for relieving at the wheel; including monitoring quality, controlling the flow of molten metal from the furnace to the wheel where it cools and is processed.
Essential Functions and
Complies with established job safety practices, policies and procedures as specified in plant and corporate directives for the safe performance of the work assignment.
Supports and follows the guidelines of the food safety system.
Feed and band coils; take coils off coiler and band.
Monitor degasser for proper working condition, clean every 15 minutes.
Assure Chlorine and Argon tanks are filled to the proper level. Replace tanks when empty.
Check/monitor slab/strip for cracks, blisters, oxides, or other visible damage/defects.
Make sure that all dross in aluminum is taken out by skimming.
Check speed and rotation of degasser shaft; allow metal to run through degasser.
Open furnace and allow molten aluminum to exit through tap hole.
Control rate of metal to fill small tilt furnaces; skim/scrape tilt furnaces.
Monitor metal as it enters the wheel and cools; clean and examine belt and wheel.
Complete wheel/belt sheet including belt condition, spray/sand belt/wheel, and temperature.
Any other tasks as assigned by management including; assisting management in the training of new employees.
Regular, consistent and on-time attendance is required.
Establishes and maintains effective work relationships within the department, the division, the group, and the company. Includes ability to handle stress and to interact with others so as to establish and maintain a positive and productive work environment and minimize personal conflicts.
Required to work assigned schedule or 12-hour shifts, rotating days and nights, Monday through Sunday, working hours may vary as specified by management. Incumbent must be able to work overtime on a regular basis and/or be on call as directed by management.
Regular and predictable attendance is required between the assigned start and end times of work.
Performs duties without posing a direct threat to anyone or to property. Direct threat is defined as a significant risk of substantial harm that cannot be eliminated or reduced to an acceptable level by reasonable accommodation.
Assures and maintains safe and healthful working conditions while enforcing safety rules and regulations.
Broad training in a related field usually acquired through high school education or equivalent.
Working knowledge of the following areas:
Basic reading, writing, and math skills required.
Must adhere to all guidelines as required by OSHA.
Experience in a manufacturing or industrial environment.
Manufacturing environment - may be dirty, dusty, and loud.
Employees will work around moving machinery.
Employees will spend the majority of their time standing, sitting and/or walking.
Must be able to withstand high temperatures; required lifting may be 55 Lbs.
Employees are expected to be on time each day that they are scheduled.Ability to apply standard evaluation, selection, and substantial adaptation and modification of standard techniques, procedures, and criteria.
Works in a manufacturing environment.
This position is exposed to occupational hazards, including but not limited to, high noise levels, physical obstacles, exposure to chemicals, etc.
Must wear appropriate safety glasses, hearing protection, clothing, and footwear in appropriate areas and follow safety practices.
Works in confined area(s).
Relocation for this position is NOT Available
Ball Corporation offers comprehensive benefits packages, including paid holidays/vacation, affordable medical, dental, life insurance, tuition reimbursement, ESPP, and retirement plans.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Minority, Female, Disabled, Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual, Transgender and Veterans.
Investment Casting Operator I - 3Rd Shift
Completes basic operations using such equipment as wax molds, soldering gun, cut off wheels and automated machinery. Adheres to safety guidelines.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities1.Assembles or prepares product and product components.
2.Completes well defined tasks with moderate supervision.
3.Monitors product quality and takes corrective action per established protocols.
4.Operates within well-defined operating procedures and department standards.
5.Visually inspects finished products for defects.
6.Communicates within a work cell to exchange information.
7.Performs operations to inspect or assemble parts, components, or finished product.
8.Maintains product quality and meets production standards.
9.Performs basic cleaning and maintenance on machines.
10.Completes documentation of operations and quantities completed.
11.Performs other tasks as directed by Management.
Expected Areas of Competence•Reads and interprets documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.
Proficient use of thread gauges. Adds, subtracts, multiplies and divides in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals.
Minimal direct decision-making responsibility. Advises the Department Supervisor, or designee, of special concerns as they arise. Carries out detailed written or oral instructions. Deals with problems involving concrete variables in standardized situation
Education/Experience Requirements•Requires a high school education or equivalent and a minimum of six months experience in a foundry environment working in cutoff, snag or forming capacity.
- Prior inspection or manufacturing experience preferred.
Additional InformationEOE M/F/Vet/Disability
The Casting Operator is tasked with assisting the Production Supervisor with achieving all established safety, environmental, quality, production and financial goals on a facility-wide basis. Individual should be well rounded and able to perform many of the different tasks associated with running the facility as a Casting Operator, Baghouse Operator, Battery Breaker, Aqua Refining Operator, and/or shipping and receiving functions.
Heavy lifting throughout a 12-hour shift.
Continuous movement while wearing respirator and proper personal protective equipment (PPE).
Perform job duties in high temperatures.
Control burners and install adjusters.
- Continuously removing dried-up waist from top of lead that is accumulated during oxidation.
Install pipes for casting line.
Set speed for pumps.
Stamp the lead.
Stacking and banding.
Moving product to finish goods.
- Proven ability to recognize safety as the organization's highest priority. Able to follow all department and plant safety and health rules. Wear all safety equipment required such as respirators, safety glasses, metatarsal boots, gloves, face shields and hearing protection.
- Balance team and individual responsibilities; exhibit objectivity and openness to others' views; give and welcome feedback; contribute to building a positive team spirit; support everyone's efforts to succeed.
- Background that is committed to developing and maintaining a work culture that breeds trust in fellow employee and commitment to contributing to the success of the company as outlined in the organizations mission statement.
The ability to operate mobile equipment in a safe manner.
- Develop alternative solutions; work well in group problem solving situations; use reason even when dealing with emotional topics.
Knowledgeable of baghouse procedures. Know and observe proper standard operation procedures (SOP) for operations of the baghouse and scrubber. Know and understand all startup/shutdown operations and malfunctions SOP for baghouse cells, fans, scrubbers, dampers, bag changes and shakers.
Possess good working knowledge of casting and the hazards associated with the casting process.
Able to carry out duties without supervision for periods of time.
Able to use knowledge of system to solve problems and maintain operations.
- Focus on solving conflict, not blaming; maintain confidentiality; Keep emotions under control; remain open to others' ideas.
- Oral Communication
- Speak clearly and persuasively in positive or negative situations; respond well to questions.
- Written Communication
- Write clearly and informatively; able to read and interpret written information.
- Treat people with respect; work ethically and with integrity; uphold organizational values.
- Organizational Support
- Follow policies and procedures; support organization's goals and values.
- Approach others in a tactful manner; react well under pressure; treat others with respect and consideration regardless of their status or position.
- Able to deal with frequent change, delays, or unexpected events.
- Is consistently at work and on time.
Able to work any shift.
- Commit to long hours of work when necessary to reach goals.
- Display original thinking and creativity; meet challenges with resourcefulness; generate suggestions for improving work; develop innovative approaches and ideas.
- Able to lift up to 50 pounds and stand for extended periods.
- Up to one month related experience in a manufacturing environment or equivalent combination of work and training.
CategoryLaborers and HelpersFunctionManufacturing
Grid Casting Machine Operator
Concorde Battery Georgia Corporation manufactures aircraft batteries. Pretty cool, right? We think so. We opened the doors at our Georgia facility in 2014, located just outside of west Atlanta. However, we aren't completely new to the industry. We've actually been in business on the west coast for over 40 years and continue to grow to meet the needs of our customers. Culturally, we believe great people make great companies. If you think you might be a good match, we encourage you to apply.
Concorde Battery Georgia Corporation is currently looking for a driven candidate to start a career working in the Grid Casting Department. Successful candidate will need to fulfill daily production requirements given from the department supervisor. The position will work at various workstations within the Grid Casting Department assisting in preparing grids and other battery parts. The candidate will be given hands on training by the supervisor and colleagues; this is an exceptional career opportunity. Previous experience is not required but a plus. Overtime commonly available.
Follow written and oral instructions.
Operate grid casting machine, making adjustments to controls to stay within required specifications.
Monitor weight and thickness of grids throughout the day.
Adjust machine speed for optimum quality product and production rates.
Spray grid mold to meet quality specifications as needed.
Report production numbers at the end of shift.
Hand pour small parts.
Use hand torch when needed.
Change molds on small parts machine and grid casting machine.
Make burning bars for assembly department.
Inspect small parts for assembly department.
Work in hot and cold environments.
Add lead to pots as needed.
Review procedures for correct process verification.
Standing for long periods of time
Maneuver up to 80 pounds.
Reaching, carrying, bending/stooping, pushing/pulling.
Wearing a respirator and other required personal protective equipment (PPE).
Comply with all safety requirements; participate in safety training/practices.
Maintain a clean work area and follow company hygiene guidelines.
Use small hand tools.
Communicate to supervisor when detecting defective materials.
Work with and around hazardous materials.
Education and Qualifications:
High School Diploma or GED
Read, write, and speak English
Punctual and reliable
Must complete pre-employment physical/drug screen
- Monday Thursday 6:00am - 4:30pm
Perks and Benefits:
Desired first shift schedule
Premium Health Insurance - $0 employee premium & $0 deductible
Company provided life insurance for all employees with $0 employee contribution
10 paid holidays
Overtime commonly available
Employee reward program
Credit Union Membership
Employee Referral Bonuses
This position description and benefits reflects the general level and nature of the job, is subject to change, and is not to be considered as all inclusive.
For more information about Concorde Battery Georgia Corporation please visit our website at www.concordebattery.com
CONCORDE BATTERY GEORGIA CORPORATION IS AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.
Melt Room Operator
This position is for Magna Cosma Casting MI a division of Magna International.
As one of the largest automotive suppliers in the world - Magna International is committed to delivering product and process innovations through our world-class manufacturing operations that combine our unique design, engineering and program management expertise. At the heart of our operating structure is a powerful entrepreneurial culture and Fair Enterprise philosophy, which builds ownership and inspires pride in our employees.
Will be responsible for the running metals melting equipment used in making nickel and cobalt-based alloy powders. This will include loading the furnace with raw materials, purging down with inert gas, power-up, and pouring the molten metal from a hydraulically positioned furnace. You will be responsible for the precise fixturing of atomization nozzle and gas delivery system.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
All work will be performed with safety in mind for yourself, coworkers and equipment at all times
To work within guidelines of the company rules and comply with MIOSHA standards
To maintain the equipment and work area in a clean and organized manner
Inspect furnaces and equipment to locate defects and wear
Operate controls to move or discharge metal workpieces from furnaces
Observe air and temperature gauges or metal color and fluidity to adjust controls to maintain required metal quality
Record production data, and maintain production logs
Weigh materials to be charged into furnaces, using scales
Drain, transfer or remove molten metal from furnaces and transport into other furnaces.
Draw smelted metal samples from furnaces or kettles for analysis, and calculate types and amounts of materials needed to ensure that materials meet specifications
Remove impurities from the surface of molten metal, using strainers and other tools
Add chemicals to molten metal to bring impurities to the surface
Direct work crews in the cleaning and repair of furnace walls and flooring
Scrape accumulations of metal oxides from floors, molds, and crucibles, and sift and store them for reclamation
Prepare material to load into furnaces, including castings and ingots
Observe operations of the furnaces to ensure that problems do not occur
Use of degasing equipment will be required
Use of fork truck will be needed
Knowledge and Education
Education and Experience
High school diploma or general education degree (GED) with preferred minimum experience of 1.5 years.
Ability to read, write and understand the English language in both written and verbal forms.
Ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence and memos.
Ability to lift up to 45 pounds frequently during set up activity.
Past experience in foundry environment is desired
Skills and Competencies
Must be able to work in an environment subject to extreme heat
Prior experience operating furnaces and operation experience in a heavy manufacturing environment desired
Able to read, write, and speak English without the aid of a translator
Ability to compute percentages, proportions, perform basic mathematics calculations
Ability to enter information about production runs in a computer
Will maintain a neat and organized work area
On-site attendance is essential function of this position
Working with safety in mind at all times
Past experience in SPC and quality systems is a plus
The ability to trouble shoot equipment or quality problems as they arise
Basic mechanical skills and use of hand tools is required
Must be able to understand written instructions
Manufacturing Clean Room Operator
Looking for a full-time opportunity with a predictable schedule, full benefits package, paid time off, and more? Join our talented manufacturing team as a Wafer Fab Operator! No experience is necessary, we will provide the training you need on the job.
As an operator, youwould be responsible for taking batches of silicon wafers (called wafer lots)and running them through the various stages of processing required to convertthe raw silicon wafers to carriers for completed integrated circuits. The finishedproducts are found in popular high tech devices, like our smartphones andtablets!
Our operators work in acleanroom, laboratory-like, highly controlled environment. In order to maintainthe air quality required for our products, Operators wear lightweight hoods,smocks, boots, and safety glasses. Also, wearing perfume, cologne, hairspray,makeup of any kind, contact lenses, dresses, and open toe/high heel shoes isprohibited.
If you are a person whohas a strong attention to detail, appreciates a clean and structuredenvironment, and would follow established safety and quality procedures- thismay be the job for you!
Operators work 12 hour shifts (6:00-6:00) on a rotating 3day on/3 day off schedule. This position pays $13/hr. Night shift will receive a 15% differential.
Minimum age of 18
Basic math skills
Basic computer skills
Capable of standing for at least 75% of the time during any particular shift.
Capable of working with and around chemicals (safety training is provided).
Able to work weekends as well as weekdays.
Have strong interpersonal skills and be capable of working effectively in ateam atmosphere.
Good communications skills (both verbal and written) are necessary.
Capable of cross training (learning more than one job or operation) and multitasking.
Organization skills and the ability to prioritize one's work.
- High School diploma or equivalent
ON Semiconductor(Nasdaq: ON) is driving energy efficient innovations, empowering customers toreduce global energy use. The company is a leading supplier ofsemiconductor-based solutions, offering a comprehensive portfolio of energyefficient power and signal management, logic, standard and custom devices. Thecompany's products help engineers solve their unique design challenges inautomotive, communications, computing, consumer, industrial, medical andmilitary/aerospace applications. ON Semiconductor operates a responsive, reliable,world-class supply chain and quality program, and a network of manufacturingfacilities, sales offices and design centers in key markets throughout NorthAmerica, Europe and the Asia Pacific regions.
Associate Control Room Operator
Our high growth and leadership position in the renewable energy business offers outstanding opportunities to individuals seeking an exciting work environment in one of the most important industries for the 21st century. First Solar is a leader in the development and manufacturing of thin film solar modules used in grid-connected solar power plants, as well as a provider of complete solar generation solutions for U.S. utilities. Our culture is one where teamwork, continuous improvement, achievement of results, and environmental responsibility are core values. We are seeking new associates who are motivated to contribute their talents to making cost-effective solar energy an important part of the world's energy mix.
- Primary Job Functions:
Job Title: Associate Control Room Operator
Reports To: Operations Supervisor
FLSA Job Status: Non-Exempt
Basic Job Functions:
The Associate Control Room Operator will play a key role in assisting the Operations Supervisor by pursuing maximum possible revenue deliveries, identifying and initiating appropriate response plans for alarm conditions that may place safety or production at risk, and implementing all applicable regulatory and contractual obligations as they apply to real-time operations fleet wide. The Associate Control Room Operator will be responsible for coordinating day to day operations activities for a diverse portfolio of generating facilities under the jurisdiction of many balancing authorities, transmission providers, and scheduling entities.
Monitors and operates many large and small aggregate generators; familiar with use of multiple monitoring and control platforms.
Evaluate complicated operating situations against multiple regulatory and contractual obligations: operating contracts (O&M Agreement, Power Purchase Agreement, Interconnect Agreement), Balancing Authority tariffs, business practice manuals, transmission and scheduling entity operating handbooks, FSOM operating agreements, and and any NERC standards applicable to the generator operator / generator owner.
For equipment under O&M jurisdiction, during equipment changes, safeguards the Generator Owner by enforcing FSOM change management policies, protecting Generator Owner compliance.
For equipment not yet under O&M jurisdiction, provides monitoring to recognize any high priority alarm conditions that may place FS at risk under applicable operating contracts and regulations. Provides recommendations to Commissioning for the purpose of mitigating risk, which recommendations from time to time may involve complicated business trade-offs.
Operate multiple power plant control systems technologies across the fleet, understanding the behavior and capabilities of each technology; predict grid response to any control action; implement voltage schedules according to operating agreements and contracts.
Initiate and document an appropriate alarm response plan for all trouble indications in accordance with FS procedure, including: documenting low-impact and low-risk trouble indications in FS' CMMS system for planned response; coordinating immediate response for high risk or high impact trouble indications, providing all notifications required by contracts and regulations to the Owner, Transmission Provider, and Scheduling Entity.
Perform failure analysis using historical data for inverter trips and performance reductions, failures of MV and HV equipment, network equipment, and control systems. Assigns outage classifications to ensure all monthly reporting obligations are met and provide reliability data for First Solar use in future process development and site development.
Maximize the fleet's overall value through interactions with maintenance teams across the fleet; understand contractual dispatch obligations for each resource; understand the energy impact of all outages in the context of effective availability and performance requirements; always challenge the maintenance team to maximize the owner's revenue and FS bonus; maximize value when accomplishing required maintenance.
During a failure of the forecasting system, use a pre-written worksheet and FSOM procedures to manually generate and deliver all forecasts.
Maintains the operator log for tracking: capacity offline to ensure accurate up-to-date forecasting; trouble conditions and status for purposes of turnover and customer reporting; change in status of any contract or services; control actions implemented at the site or by FSOC; interactions with external regulatory entities
Provides contractually-required failure notifications using the operator log
For Balancing Authorities that run Capacity Markets, reports capacity in real-time as required by the Market Tariff and Power Purchase Agreement. For Balancing Authorities that run Energy Markets, reports significant outages, and ensures the forecasting system will capture any outage's impact for subsequent hours by logging shortfalls.
Provide safety review for any Procedure written to a specific Task by the maintenance team, to ensure that for any Medium Voltage or High Voltage switching operations: minimum isolation requirements are met according to FSOM policies and OSHA/NFPA/NETA requirements, and switching instructions are consistent with Good Utility Practice.
6 years experience in power plant operations with high voltage experience.
Able to demonstrate competent technical knowledge of general plant and system processes, electrical and SCADA systems.
Able to demonstrate competent technical knowledge in analyzing equipment performance and identifying performance issues using software tools
Degree with emphasis in power systems or formal operations apprenticeship training or equivalent
Experience may be considered if relevant
Ability to coordinate multiple activities and ensure safety, quality and schedule adherence.
Ability to take direction, identify problems, develop solutions, conduct analysis independently and in collaboration with others
Ability to work in a high stress environment where decisions directly impact personnel safety and equipment reliability
Proficient computer skills using MS Excel, MS Project, MS Word, and Outlook
Experience working with and troubleshooting plant SCADA systems and computerized maintenance management systems. (Maximo)
Knowledge of Power System Dynamics required for predicting grid impact during control actions
Understanding of electronic power system protection equipment purpose/behavior is required
VBA and/or SQL Experience is a plus
Bachelors: Operations Management (Required)
- Potential candidates will meet the education and experience requirements provided on the above job description and excel in completing the listed responsibilities for this role. All candidates receiving an offer of employment must successfully complete a background check, pre-employment drug screen, and any other test that may be required for the role.
2Nd Shift Grid Casting (20180379)
EnerSys is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability or protected Veteran status.
Essential Job Responsibilities and Operating Procedures: Operator is required to cork the mold with a spray gun to specification.
Operator is to monitor all machine functions and controls to determine if the grid is being cast properly. Operator must maintain level lead pot by adding lead pigs into pot as needed. Hourly SPC data entries must be made to insure manufactured grids are in specification.
Operator must maintain grid-casting machine in good working order and have the ability to repair machine as needed. Operator must keep the lead pot drossed and free of accumulated lead build up. Operator must Etch-Test the first positive grid after a cork job with a solution of glacial acid and hydrogen peroxide to check for defects in the grid. All paperwork and trace ability information must be filled out in an accurate and timely manner.
Must be able to understand and apply all work instructions.
Must be able to work overtime as needed to meet production schedule.
Must be able to work successfully in team environment, establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with co-workers and all plant personnel, regardless of level.
Perform other work as assigned by supervisor or manager. Assist other member of the crew as required.
Protective Equipment: Employee is required to wear company-issued coveralls, metatarsal guard safety shoes, safety glasses with side shields and gloves.
Face shield required when adding lead or drossing lead pot. Respirator also required when drossing lead pot or dry sweeping.
Housekeeping: Keep work area orderly during shift.
Do not allow scrap grids to accumulate beneath machine. Clean all work areas at end of shift.
Facilities: Separate locker rooms for contaminated garments and clean garments.
Showering rooms provided. Clean respirators, if required or needed to be worn by your job or other requirements, will be provided to you by the Company. Washing up lavatories located near the break room out of the plant environment.
Employees must vacuum off uniforms prior to entering the break room area. Access to and use of facilities outlined in general work practice program.
Personal Hygiene: Refer to Work Practice Program.
Mathematical skills: Ability to apply basic math addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
Reasoning Ability: Ability to adapt to frequent or sudden changes in priorities.
Maintenance Practices: Report all ventilation and equipment problems to supervisor immediately.
Other skills and abilities: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential job responsibility satisfactorily.
Must be able to comprehend instruction, both verbal and written. Must be able to adhere to attendance policy. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to focus. Due to required contractual standards, you must be able to pass vision 20/40 or better, with or without corrective lens.
The plant conditions may be cold in the winter and very hot in the summer.
Job may require lifting 30 lbs. routinely and up to 50 lbs. on occasion.
Blood draws to check blood leads is required, as per policy.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand for extended periods. The employee is frequently or constantly required to use hands and fingers to handle, feel objects, tools, or controls. The employee is required to reach with hands and arms and occasionally stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl.
Work involves exposure to mechanical equipment, situations that may require extensive safety precautions, hazardous materials, chemicals, dirt, dust, fumes and/or loud noise.
Job LocationHays, Kansas, United StatesDepartmentManufacturing Position TypeFull-Time/Regular
Control Room Operator - Kansas City
Veolia is the largest sustainable environmental solutions organization globally. With over 163,000 employees worldwide, we specialize in water, waste and energy management
Control Room Operator
Kansas City, MO
Medical, Dental, Vision, 401k, Vacation
Will be required to obtain a Kansas City Operating Engineers License.
Operates and monitors plant equipment to ensure reliable, safe and efficient operation of the plant systems including chillers, high pressure boilers and auxiliary equipment using pulverized coal or natural gas as the primary fuel source.
1.Monitors, notes, maintains proper operating conditions and performs inspections of chillers, steam turbines, HP boilers, auxiliary equipment and systems for local and remote facilities. Verify that all equipment and systems are operating within limitations for the intended purpose.
2.Maintain logs of the various aspects of the plant's operation as required.
3.Controls, maintains and monitors pressures, temperatures and flows of steam system, feed water system, boilers, turbines, chilled water system, chillers, river water supply system, fly ash and bottom ash removal and disposal systems and water treatment systems along with other systems and equipment as assigned.
4.Performs preventive maintenance and repairs on equipment including minor maintenance on valves, pumps, etc. as required.
5.Performs chemical analysis on boiler water samples as required.
6.Operates and regenerates cold water zeolites to produce water for boiler operation.
7.Locks out equipment for maintenance, unlocks equipment and tests equipment after completion of repair following established Lock Out/Tag Out Permit Procedures.
8.Able to provide clear instructions to other employees during highly stressful, out of ordinary situations.
9.Monitors and maintains the cleanliness of the plant and equipment.
10. Performs all work in accordance with established safety procedures.
11. Complies with all company policies and procedures and adheres to company standards.
12. Performs any related duties as assigned.
1.Standing, sitting, climbing stairs, bending, stooping, pushing, pulling, walking on uneven surfaces and grating, working from elevated platforms, scaffolding or ladders, required to lift 50 pounds and maneuver 100 pounds.
2.Ability to meet highest punctuality and attendance requirements.
3.Ability to use computer and calculator.
4.Must submit to a company provided physical and drug screening.
5.Must qualify to wear a respirator.
6.Must be willing and able to work rotating shifts that include holidays, nights and weekends.
1.Satisfactory completion of systems training and control room operator training program including written testing and practical testing.
Education / Experience
1.High school diploma or equivalent.
2.Technical trade school training is preferred.
3.Boiler or power plant experience preferred.
4.Chiller / chilled water system experience preferred.
Control Room Operator
Division: Postal, Parcel, and Airport Logistics
Business Unit: Logistics and Airport Solutions
Requisition Number: 226713
Primary Location: United States-California-San Diego
Assignment Category: Full-time regular
Experience Level: Mid level
Education Required Level: High School Diploma / (GED)
Travel Required: No
Siemens Postal, Parcel & Airport Logistics LLC is a provider of logistics industry products and solutions. The business comprises a comprehensive portfolio in mail & parcel logistics and automation, airport logistics with baggage handling and air cargo, as well as service offerings supporting our customers with maintenance, operation and optimization. Our customers are airports & airlines, courier express parcel providers, the US Postal Service and commercial postal service providers.
Siemens Postal, Parcel and Airport Logistics is seeking a Control Room Operator (CRO) in support of the team located at the San Diego International Airport location. This position requires experience and knowledge in the responsibilities as outlined.
CRO's must be technically competent and comfortable with computers and able to work calmly during stressful times while maintaining a pleasant and efficient demeanor.
CRO will staff the BHS Control Room and:
Alert Siemens maintenance personnel through radio communication of faults or failures and dispatch them to the appropriate location.
Maintain BHS Call Logs in an accurate and timely manner.
Monitor and adjust line balancing.
Monitor laser array statistics.
Monitor and prepare statistical reports.
Make BHS operational decisions, initiating and coordinating implementation of any backup/fallback procedures necessary to allow continued operations.
Function as a central communication point for all things BHS related.
Interface with the user airlines and airport personnel as necessary.
Education / Knowledge / Experience
Thorough understanding of the baggage handling system,
High level of comfort with PC based computer systems (networking plus hardware/software skills)
Ability to identify fault/error messaging
Ability to communicate with maintenance and operational support personnel
Ability to work under pressure and a professional demeanor
The CRO's skill set should include a thorough understanding of the Baggage Handling System, a high level of comfort with PC based computer systems (networking plus hardware and software skills), the ability to identify fault/error messaging, the ability to communicate with maintenance and operational support personnel, the ability to work under pressure and a professional demeanor.
Education: Typically an Associate's degree or 1-2 years of vocational technical training preferred. HS or equivalent required.
Qualified Applicants must be legally authorized for employment in the United States. Qualified Applicants will not require employer sponsored work authorization now or in the future for employment in the United States.
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