Clarifying Plant Operator Job Description Sample
Founded in 1886, American Water is the largest and most geographically diverse publicly traded U.S. water and wastewater utility company. With headquarters in Voorhees, N.J., the company employs 6,800 dedicated professionals who provide regulated and market-based drinking water, wastewater and other related services to an estimated 15 million people in 47 states and Ontario, Canada. To learn more about American Water and additional career opportunities, visit www.amwater.com.
Operates and controls plant machinery and equipment to purify and clarify water for human consumption and commercial and industrial use. Remotely controls distribution pumps, tanks, and equipment to maintain water and fire service in the distribution system. Monitors and tests water quality to ensure safe water quality
Hours are: Monday 11:00 PM - 7:00 AM, Tuesday and Wednesday off, Thursday - Saturday 3:00 PM - 11:00 PM, Sunday 7:00 PM - 5:00 AM
Monitors SCADA to operate and control electric motors, pumps, valves, and filters to regulate flow of water through the plant. Dumps specified amount of chemicals, such as polymer, salt, and potassium permanganate into chemical feeders. Makes adjustments to same devices to control the amount of chemical admitted into tanks, clearwells, and pipelines to disinfect, deodorize, clarify, and purify the water.
Controls, operates, and monitors mixers, vacuum pumps, sludge blanket levels, sludge blanket concentrations and sludge removal to clarify the water. Monitors SCADA to remotely adjust and control pumps, motors, and chemical feed equipment, to regulate pressures, water elevations, flow of water, and quality of water in the distribution system.
Monitors filter operation to maintain water quality and determine backwashing scheduling. Collects and tests water samples from various process points to determine acidity, color, turbidity, pH, bacteria content, treatment application, odor, and other impurities, using various laboratory equipment such as electrodes, colorimeters, mixers, turbidimeters, titrators, mixers and hot plates.
Maintains and tests online analytical instruments monitoring water quality. Records data such as test results, chemical dosages, weights, and volumes, water quality information, operational problems, and compliance monitoring as required by various State and Federal regulations.
Responds to consumer complaints, emergencies, answers telephone or makes notification to appropriate supervisors about same. Loads / unloads / receives chemicals and materials used to purify and operate the water treatment systems. Cleans and maintains work place.
Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor.
Functional / Technical Skills
Learning on the Fly
Experience / Education
High school graduate or equivalent.
Specific Vocational Preparation includes an occupationally significant combination of vocational education, apprentice training, in-plant training, on-the-job training, or essential experience in less responsible jobs.
Company, state, federal, private, or county sponsored courses will be attended to improve job skills.
Over one year of experience.
Work is both inside and outside: a job is considered "both" if the activities occur inside or outside in approximately equal amounts.
Contact with water or other liquids.
Atmospheric condition with moisture content sufficiently high to cause marked bodily discomfort.
Sufficient noise, either constant or intermittent, to cause marked distraction or possible injury to the sense of hearing, and/or sufficient vibration (production of an oscillating movement or strain on the body or its extremes from repeated motion or shock) to cause bodily harm if endured day after day.
Situations in which the individual is exposed to the definite risk of bodily injury.
Exposure to: Odors, toxic conditions, chemical dust or dust or poor ventilation.
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Energy Plant Operator (Per Diem), Plant Operation - Days
Operates the boilers and related energy equipment. Provides routine and specially scheduled maintenance checks.
Inspects boilers and Building 10 for proper operation. Documents in the log. Evaluates and executes emergency repairs and/or adjustments, or recommends long and short term repairs. Determines and implements alternatives for providing continued service.
Reviews building and boiler systems log reports and trends for proper operations. Evaluates identified problems or conditions which are outside of established set points, and makes necessary adjustments. Monitors adjustments to assure effective corrective action. Utilizes automation systems full capabilities to evaluate and improve operations.
Performs preventive maintenance and repairs on equipment per established procedures for boiler, feeds water pumps, fuels pumps and related equipment. Evaluates effectiveness of procedures and makes recommendations for improvements. Completes all necessary P.M. work order documentation.
Performs assigned work order repairs on Power Plant equipment with consideration for impact on ongoing operations. Evaluates the nature of the reported problem, determines the most effective method of analysis and corrective measures, assuring problem correction and necessary follow-up. Completes all necessary work order documentation.
Keeps the supervisor informed of inventory levels.
Maintains and repairs all steam traps in Building 10. Checks and repairs any found leaking. Records in the preventive maintenance book.
Takes daily water tests on boiler water, condensate water and steam lines. Compares results with established parameters, determines and makes appropriate adjustments to minimize corrosion. Records test results and adjustments and reports abnormal conditions. Communicates with supervisor to review test results, problems, and potential program changes.
Evaluates and recommends needs for spare parts, supplies, and fuel as necessary to accomplish work orders and projects.
Studies the Energy Plant systems and evaluates equipment and systems, and makes recommendations for improved cost effective operations.
Adheres to requirements of all codes, standards, Hospital, and Department policies and procedures with particular attention given to safety related items. Reports observed unsafe situations and practices.
Ensures proper operation of autoclave. Covers waste management operations during scheduled lunch breaks, holidays, vacations, and weekends.
Performs other duties as required or assigned.
- High school graduate with 2 years of experience as an Energy Plant Operator (certification desirable) or the equivalent boiler and heating/cooling experience.
Requisition ID: 72322
Operates and maintain the gas processing plant; working with the inlet gas, glycol dehydration, gas compression, storage and shipping gas liquids, condensate stabilizer system, reboilers, heat exchangers, used water and oil tanks, understanding and using pneumatic controllers, natural gas engines and compressors, plant computer and control equipment, flow measurement, gas sampling and chromatograph equipment. Monitor pressures, temperatures, flows, and liquid levels. Perform other duties as assigned.
- Minimum High school diploma or GED required.
- Minimum two years of experience as a Plant Operator or comparable training and experience preferred.
A valid driver's license; an acceptable driving record; and adhere to all policies established by Company
Knowledge of: company standard practices, emergency plan, operating inspection, maintenance plan and all safety requirements; gas compression, water and oil tanks, natural gas engines and compressors, plant computer and control equipment.
Computer skills to include but not limited to: word processor, spreadsheet, data entry, and process variable adjustment at PLC controlled process units.
SKILLS & ABILITIES:
Basic skills in arithmetic, oral and written communications, and computer skills including Microsoft Office programs and on-line based applications.
Must have organizational skills and be able to produce, file and store documents both hard copy and electronically.
Ability lift items weighing up to 75 lbs.; move items weighing up to 50 lbs.; use various hand tools and hoists; hear; see objects at close range and in the distance; and distinguish colors and relationship between objects; communicate effectively orally and in writing;
Ability to understand and clarify oral and written instructions; be courteous to coworkers and customers and follow directions from supervisors. 2 Work Conditions:
Must be available to work varied schedules and take on call.
Requires: frequent standing, driving a 4-wheel drive vehicle, and occasional bending, squatting, climbing, twisting, balancing, and reaching. Individual will be required to work in extreme temperature conditions, both hot and cold; in and/or around moisture; on slippery and/or uneven surfaces, in confined spaces; and at heights.
Will be exposed to: noise; vibrations; nonionizing radiation; salt water; chemical substances (i.e., well-treating chemicals, glycol, ambitrol, methanol, solvents, gasoline, natural gas, and liquid hydrocarbons); as well as irregular or extended work hours, rotating schedules, and oncall.
Andeavor, formerly Tesoro, is a premier refining, marketing and logistics company in the western United States. Our Company operates 10 refineries with a combined capacity of approximately 1.2 million barrels per day, an extensive logistics network, and a retail-marketing system that includes approximately 3,000 retail stations marketed under multiple well-known fuel brands. We employ more than 13,000 talented people.
Our strength lies in our investment in employees and in their future. We measure success not only by the products we bring to our customers, or the financial results we deliver to our shareholders, but also by remaining true to our core values of safety and environmental stewardship, respect and integrity.
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Employees must be able to perform the essential functions of the job with or without reasonable accommodation.
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Job Segment: Logistics, Inspector, Data Entry, Operations, Quality, Administrative
Water Plant Operator
This position is responsible for operating the water treatment plant.
Essential Job Functions
Operates equipment to purify and clarify water for human consumption, industrial use, and fire protection
Collects representative water samples from the plant and performs chemical, physical, and bacteriological tests to assure water quality; submits samples for testing as required
Determines and adds specified amounts of chemicals such as chlorine to disinfect, deodorize, and clarify water
Calibrates equipment and adjusts chemical feeders for optimal treated water output
Monitors computers, charts, dials, pumps, chemical feeders, laboratory equipment, meters, and gauges to determine status of various plant functions
Reads and records chemical usage; fills chemical feeders; mixes chemicals; changes reagents
Checks motors and pumps for excessive noise and temperatures
Ensures plant is safe and secure
Performs plant maintenance, grounds keeping, and housekeeping duties
Adjusts output to meet demands
Removes sludge from settling basin
Operates a tractor, backhoe, or front-end loader
Responds to emergency situations
Performs the duties of the Assistant Water Plant Manager in his or her absence
Performs other related duties as assigned
Minimum Education and Experience
Ability to read, write and perform mathematical calculations at a level commonly associated with the completion of high school or equivalent
No experience requirements
Possession of or ability to readily obtain an appropriate state-certified license for water or wastewater treatment or distribution as appropriate
Water Treatment Plant Operator I
Founded in 1921 and publicly traded since 1925, Newmont (www.newmont.com) is one of the largest gold companies in the world. Headquartered in Denver, Colorado, the company has approximately 24,000 employees and contractors, with the majority working at Newmont's core operations in the United States, Australia, Ghana, Peru and Suriname. Newmont is the only gold company listed in the S&P 500 index and in 2007 became the first gold company selected to be part of the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index. Newmont's industry leading performance is reflected through high standards in environmental management, health and safety for its employees and creating value and opportunity for host communities and shareholders.
Position is to provide support to the Yak chemical precipitation water treatment plant and ancillary support facilities. Position is to provide services necessary to operate, repair, or maintain the Water Treatment Plant and support facilities.
Work activities shall include each of the following:
Support the Yak Water Treatment Plant operations :
Maintain chemical reagent material balances
Measure flow and water levels
Maintain operational log sheets
Operate the filter press
Secure loaded transport trailer for shipping (cover, tarp load)
Maintenance of the plant and support facilities include, but are not limited to:
Replace and maintain equipment, controls, and vehicles- including greasing equipment, changing equipment oil, changing and repairing motors/equipment, and repositioning pit pumps
Operation of the filter press, including cleaning of the press and building
Clean water treatment facility
Clean sludge and lime lines and valves related to plant operation
Measure lime levels in the lime silo
Measure sludge levels in the clarifiers
The above duties and responsibilities are representative of the nature and level of work assigned and are not necessarily all-inclusive.
Training & Experience
2+ years of water treatment plant or other heavy industrial plant or factory maintenance experience.
Mechanical aptitude and sufficient experience to follow troubleshoot and repair instructions.
The ability to read, write, and understand English communications.
Proof of, and maintenance of, a valid Colorado Driver's License, or the ability to obtain a Colorado Driver's License if relocating from outside of Colorado.
Must be safety oriented and attend all mandatory safety training courses.
Training certificates for Emergency First Aid/CPR, Confined Space Entry, Transportation of Dangerous Goods, HAZWOPER Training, Forklift Operation certification, and Fall Protection are a plus.
Must be able to pass a medical evaluation and a respirator fit test.
Work is performed at an EPA CERCLA site at an elevation of 10,200 feet, mostly within the water treatment plant building but includes exposure to extreme winter/summer weather conditions and wildlife.
Driving to/from work and sampling locations using company vehicles under all weather conditions.
Confined space entry and fall arrest equipment use is a requirement.
Requires lifting up to 70 pounds, sorting of materials, equipment and boxes and small pump repair.
Requires operation and interaction with general office computers and process control computers connected to programmable logic controllers used at the water treatment plant.
Hearing and vision sufficient to distinguish various pitches/colors of warning alarms.
Walking on rough, uneven, inclined or wet terrain for outdoor sampling/inspections and climbing stairs/ladders within the facility.
Wearing of personal protective equipment including hard hat, steel toe shoes, safety glasses, face shields, fall arrest harnesses and lanyards, respirators, earplugs or earmuffs, gloves or any other equipment to perform duties safely.
The individual may be exposed to environmental hazards while transferring or unloading chemicals at the water treatment plant or when completing repairs and maintenance on process piping or pumps and while investigating spills and collecting samples.
Position requires periodic business travel, via air and ground transportation, to domestic and international destinations.
The individual will be required to work an 8 hour per day 5 day per week schedule, perform after hour's plant checks, and timely response to after-hours emergency call-outs. Must be willing to work either day shift or swing shift. 5 day shift schedule may include weekends.
To learn more about Newmont visit us at:
Newmont website: http://www.newmont.com/home/default.aspx
Lifecycle of a Mine microsite (educational site that explains what happens during each phase of a mine's life): http://lifecycle.newmont.com/
Newmont's blog site (weekly stories highlighting work being done in Newmont's regions and our employees): http://ourvoice.newmont.com/
Newmont's annual sustainability report: http://sustainabilityreport.newmont.com/
Our business success comes from the accomplishments and well-being of our employees and contractors. Our goal is to build a workplace culture that fosters leaders and allows every person to thrive, contribute, and grow. We are committed to selecting and developing our employees, and to establishing a work environment where everyone can take an active part in reaching our strategic goals while feeling a sense of pride in working at Newmont.
Newmont seeks to recruit, hire, place and promote qualified applicants, meaning applicants who meet the minimum requirements of the position, without regard to personal characteristics such as gender, race, nationality, ethnic, social and indigenous origin, religion or belief, disability, age or sexual orientation or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.
NOTE: Newmont does not ask for or require job applicants to pay money to apply or be considered for employment with the Company. In addition, Newmont does not ask potential job candidates to provide sensitive personal data without first submitting a job application through our secure, online portal, and only as requested for legitimate business purposes. If you are asked to provide money or sensitive personal data through any other means, do not respond and please report this immediately to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nearest Major Market: Denver
Job Segment: Architecture, Wastewater, Water Treatment, Facilities, Engineering, Operations
Plant Operator 1 (Solids)
Summary Benefits Supplemental Questions
Incumbents in this classification are responsible for performing activities related to monitoring, operating and maintaining primary and secondary systems and pump stations at wastewater treatment plants. Duties include collecting water samples for analysis; collecting and monitoring readings; operating and maintaining pump stations, CSOs and storm stations; implementing wastewater collection and treatment processes, and cleaning and maintaining facilities.
Positions are either assigned to the liquids or solids group. Work requires moderate supervision.
WORK HOURS: Rotating 8 Hour Shifts
WORK LOCATION: Moccasin Bend Waste Water Treatment Plant
Examples of Duties:
(The following duties ARE NOT intended to serve as a comprehensive list of all duties performed by all employees in this classification, only a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed and may be required to perform additional, position-specific duties.)
Assists in operating, maintaining and monitoring wastewater processes which includes adjusting valves; transferring sludge; cleaning bar screens; cleaning scum from channels; draining gas traps; placing clarifiers in and out of service; reading meters and gauges; cleaning out telescope valves; untangling floats; opening and closing gates and valves and performing related activities.
Collects a variety of water samples for analysis and notates readings; delivers samples to the lab, ensuring the integrity of the chain of custody.
Collects electric, water, pump hour and flow readings at pump stations and applicable sites; verifies meters are working correctly and monitors locates for odors.
Monitors chemical feeds and makes appropriate adjustments.
Cleans, maintains and inspects applicable equipment and facilities which includes testing floats, milltronics, pumps, valves, gates and telemetry; setting up stations for pumping or gravity flow; testing screen and float operations; checking onsite generators for operation, fuel, coolant, and oil levels and/or performing other related activities.
Prepares a variety of readings and information related to plant operations in applicable log books.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Any combination of relevant education, training or experience sufficient to perform the essential duties of the job will be considered.
Examples of relevant education include a High School Diploma or a GED and vocational/technical training in wastewater treatment plant operations, chemical processing, monitoring production machinery/equipment, maintaining mechanical equipment . Examples of relevant experience include wastewater treatment plant operations, chemical processing, monitoring production machinery/equipment, maintaining mechanical equipment.
LICENSING AND CERTIFICATIONS:
A valid Tennessee Driver's License required.
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:
Knowledge of basic wastewater treatment systems; pump stations; applicable tools and equipment utilized in the trade; basic mathematical concepts; records maintenance principles and mechanical and electrical principles.
Skill in performing mathematical calculations; performing routine maintenance activities; troubleshooting routine wastewater system problems; reading and recording data; operating applicable tools and equipment of the trade; and communication and interpersonal skills as applied to interaction with coworkers, supervisor, the general public, etc. sufficient to exchange or convey information and to receive work direction.
Positions in this class typically require climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, reaching, standing, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, fingering, grasping, feeling, talking, hearing and seeing.
Medium Work: Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionall, and/or up to 20 pounds of force frequently and/or up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects.
Incumbents may be subjected to moving mechanical parts, electrical currents, vibrations, fumes, odors, dusts, gases, poor ventilation, chemicals, oils, inadequate lighting, extreme temperatures, work space restrictions and infectious diseases.
Safety Sensitive: Y;
All employment offers are made at the beginning salary unless otherwise authorized.
All employees must maintain Tennessee residency from the date of hire.
Only applicants who provide a valid email address will be notified when the position has been filled.
The City of Chattanooga, Tennessee is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the employer.
Plant Operator - Arkalon Plant
Conestoga Energy Partners has a full time Operator opening at their Arkalon Plant in Liberal, KS.
Primary responsibilities will include operating centrifuge, drier, dehydration and evaporation equipment, handle and store grain and alcohol products, maintain hammermill cook, fermentation and methanator areas including bulk chemical and enzyme storage.
Highly safety conscious
Strong work ethic
Accuracy and attention to detail
Ability to follow direction and standard operating procedures
Basic computer skills
Willingness to learn, and speak and comprehend basic English.
Previous experience in the chemical/petroleum industry a plus.
We offer a competitive wage and benefits package including:
Health, dental and life insurance
Flexible spending plan
Paid Time Off; and more.
If you are looking for the opportunity to grow and to be part of a progressive company send your resume or apply in person today! Conestoga is a Drug-Free, Equal Opportunity Employer.
Conestoga Energy Partners, LLC
1701 Kansas, Ste. 101, Liberal, KS 67901
Plant Operator - Asphalt
The Loader/Laborer has responsibility for operations of the plant including basic functions such as receipt and shipment of raw materials and asphalt products and the maintenance of the equipment in the facility. They will be responsible for the successful delivery and receipt of asphalt product by truck and rail to meet customer demands. This position will report to the Plant Manager.
In the event of terminal and other system "call outs", you are willing to be available for on-call rotation during selected nights and weekends as required by the number of personnel in rotation.
Ensure compliance with safety, environmental and regulatory standards and processes
Receive, unload/load and ship raw materials and liquid asphalt products including unloading rail car shipments
Provide outstanding customer service while interfacing with customers while performing duties
Understand product composition and production to ensure proper product blending
Maintain plant cleanliness, housekeeping and janitorial duties
Perform preventative and necessary maintenance and troubleshooting on plant and production equipment
General plant labor
Other tasks as assigned
Relevant Skills and Abilities:
Creative thinking and problem solving
Demonstrated teamwork skills
Basic mechanical and/or electrical knowledge
Proficient computer skills
Proven verbal and written communication skills
Self-motivation and positive attitude
HS diploma or equivalent
1-3 years relevant work experience preferred
Prefer experience with liquid asphalt and/or heating technologies
Willingness to work shift work, overtime and to be on call for after-hours and weekend support
Willingness to work outdoors in adverse weather conditions
Must be willing to adhere to safety requirements set out by the company including, utilization of Personal Protective Equipment (i.e. - hard hat, safety glasses, respirator, safety work boots, etc.) as required
standing for long periods of time; lifting 50 pounds; bending to lift; climbing ladders; ability to drive equipment
Navigate in, on, and around piping at both grade level and above grade level elevations
Navigate vertical ladders and spiral tank stairs to reach work areas
Occasionally enter confined spaces through 24" diameter manways
Tolerate scents common to fuels and asphalts loading operations, as well as those of construction and maintenance related activities such as welding, painting, and tank cleaning
Will be required to successfully pass a background check, physical and drug test
Level III Or IV Washington State Water Treatment Plant Operator
* A thorough understanding of operation and maintenance of a drinking water purification plant is required, with at least 3 yrs relevant experience. * Able to read gauges and meters. * Prepare and maintain accurate paperwork such as records, logs, orders, surveys and routine reports as directed. * Able to perform accurate mathematical calculations related to this position. * Good communication skills with all levels. * Perform standardized water process control, monitoring, and compliance sampling and testing. * Past working knowledge using mechanical skills, for making minor repairs to process equipment, piping, motors, etc. * Ability to respond to emergencies. * Capable of lifting and/or carrying 50lbs. or more on a frequent basis. Walking up and down stairs and long distances. Carrying, climbing, and working from ladders. Working in confined areas. Ability to wear a respirator or SCBA as required. * Hands-on experience in light duty electrical power systems (120 V/ single and 480V/ three phase) and instrumentation calibration and use. * Heavy equipment experience is a plus. * Computer skills: MS Word, MS Excel and SCADA systems. * Collect water samples for analysis by state lab. * Knowledge of the techniques, equipment and materials used in the mechanical maintenance and repair of related equipment and systems. * Possesses a thorough knowledge of well operation and maintenance. * Specifically but not limited to knowledge of methods and precautions in storing and handling chlorine and other industrial chemicals. * Knowledge of health and safety regulations.Education/Experience: * High School graduate or state recognized education equivalency certificate. College course work and/or degree in biology, chemistry, environmental science or engineering curriculum are desired. * Must possess a valid State driver's license. * Attend continuing education as needed for Operator certification renewal. * Additional trade specific courses preferred.* 3-6 years' of experience in the operation and repair of a water treatment plant and wastewater treatment plant.Licenses & Certifications: * Requires Level III or IV Washington State Department of Health Water Treatment Plant Operator Certification or comparable ABC Certification. * Level II will be considered with the ability to obtain a Level III Cert. within in 1 year as approved by the Washington State certification board.Work Environment: * Employee may be required to work indoor or outdoor work during seasonal heat and cold or other adverse weather conditions. * Must be physically able to complete necessary tasks while wearing an approved respirator as required, as some required work may have potential for exposure to harmful contaminants, environments, noise, etc. * There will be some weekend, holiday and overtime work as needed, including on-call assignmentsTravel
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Plant Operator - A (8616-323)
- Operates plant facilities' various equipment/systems, including but not limited to:
Cryogenic plant processing, hydrocarbon fractionation units, process controls and measurement, engines and compressors, pumps, pressure relief system, instrument air system, dehydrators, fuel system, treating, emergency shutdown systems, reciprocating compressors, gas fired heaters, process pumps, amine treating systems, inlet gas receivers and NGL storage and transfer facilities.
Operates company radio, performs lab tests for quality assurance, diagnoses mechanical problems, makes minor repairs as needed, assists other crafts personnel and other tasks as assigned.
Seeks to optimize processing though facility and maintain proper product specifications, responds to alarms and problems within the plant and make the appropriate corrections.
Will also perform lockout/tagout procedures and may monitor field compressor status through the use of SCADA.
Responsibilities also include SPCC reporting, prevention and reporting of any spills and monitoring environmental compliance.
Maintain and adhere to required Company Trainings, Company Policies, and Procedures
The selected candidate will be required to pass all PSM-required operator certifications.
Experience, Educational & Special Training Required
At least five years of previous operations experience in a gas processing facility.
Ability to assume & perform duties and handle multiple tasks under potentially stressful and/or hazardous conditions
Ability to perform mathematical calculations
Work well with others and also be able to perform work independently.
Demonstrate sound judgment.
Make decisions and corrections when problems are detected.
Have knowledge of safety rules and practices and a very good safety record.
Have proven mechanical aptitude.
Good organizational skills, good customer relations skills, and a record of very positive work performance.
Proven knowledge of plant safety and operation
Read and understand repair manuals, procedures and standards
Read and understand Plant P&ID drawings
Ability to work with minimal supervision
Must have moderate to advanced computer skills including spreadsheet and word processing applications.
Experience working with pressure vessels and equipment
High School Diploma or GED
Effective written & verbal communication
Valid Driver's license with acceptable driving record and a reliable means of transportation
Possess reliable means of contact for call-out purposes
Shift work will require working days, nights, holidays in all weather conditions and overtime
Ability to lift over 75 lbs.
Repetitively standing, walking, bending, stretching, reaching over shoulder height, frequent lifting heavy equipment
Climb ladders up to 25 feet
Dynamic, fast-paced, demanding environment
Walk on uneven terrain
Work in hot/cold temperature extremes for long periods of time
Equal Opportunity Employer/Disabled/Veteran
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