Control Operator Job Description Sample
We are currently looking for a dynamic individual as a Control Operator located at our Port Neches, Texas facility.
As an operator, you will make required rounds to ensure proper equipment operation and to perform required visual and olfactory inspections. You will ensure unit is operating at target rates and production is on-spec. You will monitor operating equipment and ensure it is operating within desired ranges. You will handle maintenance items in assigned area including safing of equipment. You will also identify problem areas with the unit and communicate suggestions to unit supervisor, engineering, or other appropriate associates.
What will be expected from you
Complete a site Safety Orientation, and follow all Operator safety and environmental policies. Assures compliance with all applicable government regulations for safety and environmental matters.
Monitor production and equipment operations during actual production runs to assure target rates are achieved and the product is within specifications.
Draws raw material, unit stream, finished product and shipping samples as required by the unit sampling schedule.
Complete rotating equipment checklists each shift, lubricate as necessary, tighten valve packing, correct leaks, and blow down instrument transmitter legs as needed.
Team to identify process problem areas and learning how to communicate them up and through the organization using appropriate means of communication.
Ensure execution of unit energy optimization plan.
Participate in shift hand-offs at and other key operator communications meetings.
Participates in audits, investigations, HAZOPs, PHA's and quality efforts in the areas.
Maintains good housekeeping of equipment, control rooms, and the production areas.
Clearing and safeing of equipment to prep for Maintenance.
Manager in process and raw material samples as necessary to assure operations performance.
Troubleshoot process and mechanical related issues in the process and work with Console Operators and Maintenance to safely address and resolve issues to maintain production.
Essential functions require presence in the workplace on a regular basis and an ability to work extra hours if needed. If applicable, ability to work overtime may be needed to ensure required staffing capacity to meet daily production objectives.
Work collaboratively with team members with different backgrounds and perspectives
Assists other employees in accomplishments of Huntsman company goals. Follows instructions and performs other duties as may be assigned by supervisor.
Participates in Environmental, Health, & Safety initiatives as set forth by the company. Participates in and completes company –required training programs.
What are we looking for in the ideal candidate?
Associate Degree in Process Operating Technology preferred or a High School Diploma or equivalent with 5 years related experience in a petrochemical or refinery setting
Must have the ability to qualify for a Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC)
What can we offer you?
Huntsman offers unsurpassed opportunities to build a successful future. We are a global specialty chemical company with locations in 30 countries around the world, employing over 11,000 associates. Our diverse portfolio creates a range of career fields including manufacturing, research and development, technical services, sales and marketing, customer service – and the list goes on. The successful candidate will receive a competitive compensation and will be eligible to participate in a comprehensive benefits package which includes: medical, vision and dental, basic life insurance, AD&D insurance, and 401k. Here, you can make an impact and make a difference. Come join us.
Manufacturing - Control Room Operator
The Gillette World Shaving Headquarters in So. Boston, Ma.
Is hiring for licensed Second Class Engineer Control Room Operators to work in our power generation facility. They will work as owners and Leaders of their shift and equipment. Control Room Operators do various types of work, operating and maintaining power generation equipment, including: 7.2 MW Co-generation combined Cycle, Steam turbines, boilers, chillers, compressed air, vacuum and process water systems. These systems are critical to the manufacturing process.
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In order to perform the work described above in our manufacturing atmosphere, Control Room Operators use basic hand and power tools; lift 50 pounds by bending and stooping; climb, stand, and move around on stairs, ladders and platforms; twist, turn and bend; enter confined spaces; and stand on concrete floors for an extended period of time. Further, Operators have and are able to display skills in manufacturing processes, including operating, maintaining and cleaning automated equipment; maintaining accurate records and data; strong technical, interpersonal and problem-solving skills; and knowledge of computers.
Additionally, the safety of Operators is of great importance to Procter & Gamble. Technicians will be required to wear appropriate safety equipment, such as safety shoes, ear protection, and eye protection.
The South Boston Procter & Gamble Plant operates 7-days per week. Control Room Operators work any day of the week, including weekends.
Work on weekends may be as overtime or as part of their normal schedule. Changes in business volume and production requirements can cause the plant to occasionally change the length of work shifts or the rotation schedule. The hours of work vary from 8 to 12 hours per day.
Shift rotations vary from working a single straight shift to working two or three rotating shifts. Control Room Operators must be willing to rotate and to work any shift. Additional days could be required to be worked as overtime.
All applicants must:
Be 18 years of age or older
Have a high school diploma, GED or equivalent education
Possess at minimum a current Commonwealth of Massachusetts 2nd Class Engineering License. License requirements must be maintained
Demonstrate good understanding of and experience in compressed air systems, chillers, turbines, boilers, RO, sea water/process water/waste water systems
Have 5 year's experience in operations and/or maintenance of major power plant equipment
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status, disability status, age, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, marital status, citizenship, HIV/AIDS status or any other legally protected factor.
Immigration sponsorship is not available for this position. Applicants for U.S. based positions are generally required to be eligible to work in the U.S. without the need for current or future sponsorship.
Except in rare situations based on Procter & Gamble's sole discretion. Procter & Gamble does not sponsor candidates for permanent residency. Any exceptions would be based on the Company's specific business needs at the time and place of recruitment as well as the particular qualifications of the individual.
Procter & Gamble participates in e-verify as required by law.
Qualified individuals will not be disadvantaged based on being unemployed.
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Date: Feb 20, 2018
Location: Point of Rocks, WY, US, 82942
Union Power Plant Operations/Mining Careers
Control Room Operator Coal Fired Power Plants Responsibilities for this position include:
A Control Operator is responsible for the safe and efficient operation of boiler, steam driven generation equipment and associated auxiliary equipment.
A Control Operator is a journeyman employee who directly operates and performs tasks associated with a coal fired generation plant and directs the safe and efficient operation of coal fired boilers, steam driven turbine/generators and all associated auxiliary equipment.
Under the direction of a Shift Supervisor, the Control Operator works with and directs work of plant operators, and operator trainees.
At times the Control Operator assists with the training of plant operators.
Responsible for the routine and emergency operation of the generating unit.
Delegated representative responsible for execution and monitoring of the Generation Lockout/Tagout procedure.
Interfaces directly with Grid Operations and Generation Dispatching personnel.
High school diploma or general education degree (GED)
One to three years related experience and/or training as a coal fired power plant Control Operator; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
A Control Operator has satisfactorily met all qualifications specified by the Company. These qualifications include but are not limited to the ability to operate and oversee the safe operation of coal fired boilers, steam driven turbine generators and all related equipment.
A Control Operator must have a thorough knowledge of generating equipment, combustion equipment operation and thermal heat rate principles.
Individuals in this position must have the ability to successfully direct the duties of other plant operators.
Ability to troubleshoot system problems.
Good communication skills.
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. While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is regularly exposed to work near moving mechanical parts and risk of electrical shock. The employee is occasionally exposed to wet or humid conditions (non-weather); work in high, precarious places; fumes or airborne particles; toxic or caustic chemicals; outdoor weather conditions; extreme cold and extreme heat (non-weather). The noise level in the work environment is usually loud. This position may require the use of hard hats, eye protection, protective gloves, long sleeved shirts, and steel toe shoes.
Respirator Use: While performing the duties of this Job, the employee will be required to wear a disposable filter mask 1/3 of the time. Required to wear a half face piece mask 1/3 of the time. Full face piece mask 1/3 of the time, and self-contained breathing apparatus 1/3 of the time.
Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully
perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel and talk
or hear. The employee is frequently required to stand and sit. The employee is occasionally required to walk; reach with
hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl and/ or smell. The employee must regularly lift and /
or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job
include Distance vision, Peripheral vision, Depth perception and Ability to adjust focus.
Preference may be given to candidates who have the following:
2 years of experience as a Plant Control Operator
Proven computer skills and a working knowledge of distributive control systems
Primary Location: Point of Rocks, WY
Department: Jim Bridger Plant, Operations
Personnel Subarea: Union
Hiring Range: 41.54
Employees must be able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without an accommodation.
At PacifiCorp, we encourage everyone to work together. We embrace diversity and value the distinct perspectives of all our employees. We strive to cultivate a workplace that connects each employee to the organization and enables all individuals to participate and contribute to their full potential.
It is PacifiCorp's policy to provide and promote equal employment opportunity to all employees and applicants in accordance with local, state and federal laws and regulations governing personnel activities. In accordance with federal guidelines, PacifiCorp is committed to a program of affirmative action. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, disability, veteran status, national origin, sexual orientation or gender identity.
All offers of employment are contingent upon the successful completion of a background check and drug screening.
Nearest Major Market: Wyoming
Lease Operator - Control Room
Position Summary: An entry-level Control Room Operator position where the primary responsibility is to monitor the functionality of production equipment and compressors for the purpose of detecting active and potential malfunctions and equipment failures. The Control Room Operator ensures the safe and efficient operation of processes, systems and associated equipment, and will be able to identify if production shutdown is necessary, where unsafe conditions are identified. A Control Room Operator I will begin to gain the basic understanding of overall field and pipeline operations and how all functions and processes interact. The Control Room is a 24 hour operation where incumbents will be required to work 12 hour shifts, rotating night shift and day shift every two weeks based on a predetermined work schedule.
Monitors producing wells/pads, compressor stations, the gas plant and sales lines from a central control room located at the field office. Monitoring is done from a computer console with multiple screens, ties to our SCADA system. Parameters that are monitored include: producing rate, flowing pressure and temperature, gas plant and gas sales lines including BTU values, flow rates, pressures and temperatures.
Notifies field (Lease Operators) or mid-stream (Compressor & Plant Operators) personnel of the problem and has them rectify it. If additional manpower is required to resolve the problem, the Control Room Operator may coordinate mobilizing the needed manpower.
Serves as command post for coordinating movement of responders in emergency situations, at least until a temporary Incident Command Center can be set up.
Continually monitor a wide range of data and make calls and adjustments as required.
Acquire an understanding of overall field and pipeline operations and how all interact. Participate in field training (1 week mandatory within first 60 days of employment) to continually gain this knowledge. Continually gain experience and exposure to field operations by visiting the field frequently throughout the year.
Recognize pressure differences that develop between wells, compressors, plant and sales points as well as identify the geographic locations of the same.
Identify wells and their respective compressor systems. Identify compressor rates, inlets/discharge pressures for accuracy or inaccuracies and explain the measures for corrective actions.
Independently navigate Cygnet and utilize trending to assist with troubleshooting.
Possess the necessary communication skills that enable operators to successfully communicate between all groups. This includes fielding incoming and outgoing calls that provide accurate, current-status information to those groups.
Independently compile and submit all reports that are required within the daily operations of the Control Room.
Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Being courteous, cooperative, and helpful are conditions of employment with Range. Additionally, each item listed below is an essential function of this position.
Regular and timely attendance
Deal professionally and respectfully with coworkers, management and others
Read, comprehend and follow applicable policies, procedures and directions
Work with others as part of a team to ensure efficient operations and enhanced productivity
Safeguard confidential information and disclose only to those in "need-to-know" positions
Safeguard and enhance Range's assets and business interests
Consistently perform all job duties at an acceptable level
Minimum Education: High School Diploma or G.E.D.
Minimum Experience: 0 years' experience
Able to work 12 hour shifts rotating night shift and day shift every two weeks based on predetermined work schedule
Oil & Gas Exp Required: Preferred
Overnight Travel: No
Good systems skills and knowledge of Microsoft Office, attention to detail, ability to process large amounts of data at any given time, ability to multi-task
Equipment/Machinery: Computer; Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, Outlook; OneNote; Sharepoint; SCADA - Cygnet
Working Conditions: Climate Controlled Office Environment
Data Entry up to 12 hours per day (12 hour shift), Sitting up to 8 hours per day (12 hour shift), Typing up to 4 hours per day, Vision up to 12 hours per day (12 hour shift), Walking up to 2 hours per day
Travel RequirementsPosition TypeFull Time
Quality Control Specialist/Shag Operator (Class A CDL Required) 1St Shift
Serve as quality assurance specialist and shag operator for warehouse.
Inspecting raw materials and finished product
Properly strap loads prior to departure
Moves loaded and empty trailers throughout company property.
Assists with loading, unloading of materials as needed.
Shags trailers that are needed to be serviced to and from various service centers.
May perform forklift duties in the yard, as needed.
Drives safely and obeys all DOT regulations and rules.
Maintain equipment, keeping in good condition for operation.
Class A CDL and clean driving record required
Proficient computer skills
Good organizational skills.
Ability to read and write English
Two years driving experience or Driver Training schools Certificate.
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Forklift experience a plus but not required
Warehouse experience helpful but not required
Control Operator - 2Nd Shift - Findlay, Ohio, Warehouse
This is a 2nd shift warehouse position. The working hours are M-F 2:00pm- 10:30pm.
JOB SUMMARY / GENERAL DESCRIPTION:
This position is responsible for using computer software programs to operate all merge conveyors, providing a steady flow of product to the loading dock, and maintainingwave integrity ensuring proper load sequence and minimizing out-of-sequence cases.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS / PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES:
Other duties may be assigned. A teammate in this position must have the ability to:
Understand Windows OS environment, Microsoft excel, Access and CVS for daily report management.
Monitor and manage multiple application displays in ANT, and Visu.
Monitor and manage manual orientation inventory.
Start and stop conveyor lines, controlling the flow of product.
Monitor and report product flow that is diverted and/or aborted.
Monitor software alarms for ANT, jams, motor overloads and stoppages.
Monitor outlying conveyor lines to ensure each department is selecting proper wave numbers and keeping up with the rest of the operation.
Work closely with management teams.
Understand the business.
Understand the selection and loading process.
Comply effectively with company work and safety rules.
Continually meet assigned production standards.
Work independently and in a team environment.
Comply with company attendance policy.
Maintain a flexible work schedule to meet the changing needs of the Distribution Center; work schedules may require working an early shift, staying long for a late shift, and weekend work depending on the customer and operational requirements of the division.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS:
A teammate in this position must:
Have High School Diploma or GED.
Be 18 years or older.
Possess strong computer skills.
Work well with others.
Possess good interpersonal and communication skills.
Possess good technical and functional skills.
This position requires the teammate to stand for long periods of time at a computer monitor.
The environment encompasses all areas of a Distribution Center and material movement takes place throughout the facility.
This position requires the teammate to work inside majority of the time.
This position may require working in hot and cold temperature extremes, exposure to dust, dirt, fumes, noise, potentially harmful chemicals, solvents and components, and working in close to proximity to other teammates.
Closed-toe shoes must be worn at all times.
This position requires the teammate to work in warm and cold temperature conditions that may range from 38°F to 110°F.
This position requires the teammate to stand, walk, bend, stoop, push, pull, grasp and reach above the head continuously for a period of two hours or more.
Multiple Axis Numerical Control Routing Machine Operator
Boeing is the world's largest aerospace company and leading manufacturer of commercial airplanes and defense, space and security systems. We are engineers and technicians. Skilled scientists and thinkers. Bold innovators and dreamers. Join us, and you can build something better for yourself, for our customers and for the world.
Router operators in this position set-up, adjust and operate a six axis Numerically Controlled (NC) Router, to drill holes and cut periphery of flat sheet compound detail parts.
Job Responsibilities include:
Employment in this position also requires bending at the waist, carrying 10-35 pounds, crouching, finger manipulation, lifting less than 10 pounds, pushing/pulling less than 10 pounds, rotation of head/neck, sitting, standing, walking, contact with metals, lubricants, exposure to noise, nonionizing radiation, vibration, energized sources and atmospheric conditions, and the use of personal safety gear for face/eye, hand/arm, ears and feet.
Prepare to set-up job (e.g. production orders, first lots, tape tryouts) by reviewing hot list, work order, tie-in sheets, operator's or setup documents and drawings.
Ensure that the correct work order, drawings, operator documents, and part(s) are at the machine for the material to be worked.
Ensure that the tools or fixtures are free from visible defects.
Move material/parts and fixtures by using overhead crane, electric stacker and pallet jacks, as required.
Check machine set-up and/or parts completed by previous operator to determine progress on a job, as required, and ensure safe working conditions.
Select machine accessories (e.g., fixtures, pins, chucks, collar, probes).
Verify that machine is in good condition. Identify fixtures, or templates to be used.
Locate part on Numerically Controlled Manufacturer Fixture (NCMF), and/or on vacuum fixture, using index pins, or hold down pins/clamps, as required.
Turn on vacuum line, and remove hold down pins as required.
Retrieve and download Numerical Control (NC) programs to machine controller using computing equipment and downloading from various servers/data bases.
Select and check cutters/drills per program or NC documents.
Ensure cutters/drills are the correct type, length, diameter, and are sharp and in good condition.
Replace worn, chipped, and defective tools, check/adjust overall tool length by using a height gauge and hand tools, as required.
Load and unload tools, following program information and set-up documents, using hand tools (e.g., wrenches, mallets, spanners) into Automatic Tool Changer (ATC), using appropriate safety equipment, as required.
Set machine coordinates or index points per NC documents including cutter offset/compensations, tool heights, and probes, using controller keyboard, as required.
Run CNC programs following CNC documents and/or program.
Operate the machine to cut/drill holes (e.g., pilot holes, rough/detail, periphery cuts), in various compound contour aluminum parts (e.g., dome web, leading edge, raked wing tip), as required.
Monitor machine settings (e.g., machine speed, feed rate) and adjust as necessary to correct machining problems or to prepare for next operation in sequence.
Perform minor editing of programs per shop requirements, as required.
Monitor machine during operation for unusual vibration or sounds, watch machine gauges and controller display or digital readout for warnings, visually check cutter/drill path, clearance, chips, to ensure smooth operation.
Check work after completion of each operation in job and/or completed job to ensure part features are complete per drawing, specification documents, or sketches and that there are no defects.
Handle and protect components and assemblies in accordance with shop procedures and drawing requirements.
Perform Statistical Process Control (SPC) functions, as required.
Sell in process or finished work to inspector, as required by W/O or shop policy.
Handle and dispose of hazardous materials (e.g., solvents) in approved manner (per Material Safety Data Sheets) using personal protective equipment as required.
Relocation Assistance Available
No. Relocation assistance is not a negotiable benefit.
Resumes of current Puget Sound Boeing employees submitted via Careers at Boeing will be considered as this job is not installed in QTTP. This is an hourly position governed by the IAM Collective Bargaining agreement. High school graduate or GED preferred.
This position must meet Export Control compliance requirements, therefore a United States Person as defined by 22 C.F.R. §120.15? "US Person" includes US Citizen, lawful permanent resident, refugee, or asylee.
Experience using precision measuring tools.
Experience as a machine operator, writing and editing CNC programs.
Experience using a computer such as internet navigation, email, Microsoft Office and/or other specialized computer applications.
Experience reading and interpreting assembly instructions or drawings.
At least 1 year of experience operating 3, 4, or 5 axis NC/CNC machine tools.
Able to work with and around hazardous materials (while using the proper protective equipment).
Training from a CORE PLUS program within manufacturing.
Training from a Community and Technical College program within manufacturing.
Contingent Upon Program Award
Control Operator III - Thermal
NRG is the leading integrated power company in the U.S., built on the strength of our diverse competitive electric generation portfolio and leading retail electricity platform. A Fortune 500 company, NRG creates value through best-in-class operations, reliable and efficient electric generation, and a retail platform serving residential and commercial businesses. Working with electricity customers large and small, we implement sustainable solutions for producing and managing energy, developing smarter energy choices and delivering exceptional service as our retail electricity providers serve almost three million residential and commercial customers throughout the country.
More information is available at www.nrg.com. Connect with NRG Energy on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @nrgenergy.
FUNCTION: Perform Operational, Mechanical, and Steam Distribution Maintenance work in the Steam, Cogeneration, and Cooling Plants. Assist the Senior Operator with operational duties as required on a rotating shift. Work under the Maintenance Supervisor during daylight Operations when assigned.
DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES:
Identify and diagnose maintenance problems, determine and perform corrective action including disassembly, repair, overhaul, re-assembly, check-out, clean-up, and provide feedback for inventory records and engineering changes.
Properly apply Lock-Out/Tag-Out (LOTO), and other safety measures.
Assist Senior Plant Operator in operating gas/oil-fired boilers, diesel generators, chillers, and auxiliary equipment for the efficient production of electricity, steam, and chilled water.
Control temperature and pressure of steam leaving the Plant.
Operate pumps and heaters to supply proper fuel to boilers and diesels.
Operate chemical feed system, water softeners, and boiler feed pumps, for supply of proper water to boilers, chillers, and diesels.
Change charts, take readings, and totalize log sheets as directed.
Periodically check the Plant grounds, Chiller Plant, oil tanks, oil transfer pumps, unloading stations, fans and auxiliary equipment, and perform water chemistry analysis.
Upon orders of Senior Plant Operator, take equipment out of service for repairs.
Perform Plant switching and valving when directed.
Perform such other related duties as assigned.
Troubleshooting and general mechanical -diagnose source of trouble where one or more systems are involved to correct improper/performance of equipment; select and use proper maintenance procedures; adjust, align, balance, repair, overhaul, rebuild, test, inspect all plant equipment such as boilers, diesels, heat exchangers, pumps, fans, compressors, blowers, valves, chillers.
Cover shifts as required.
Assist on Call-Outs with Maintenance Department as required.
Complete Safety Inspections, PM's, and planned maintenance activities as assigned.
When assigned to the Maintenance Department, work under the direction of the Maintenance Supervisor or his designee.
MINIMUM ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:
High school education or equivalent required.
6 months experience working in a physical plant, operating equipment such as boilers, chillers, diesels, heat exchangers, pumps, fans, compressors, blowers, and valves.
Candidates must receive a rating of Recommended on the NRG Pre-employment Assessment test.
Successfully demonstrates mechanical skills as evaluated by the Maintenance Supervisor.
Has adequate physical strength and endurance to perform duties of the job, including work in hot or cold locations, work from ladders, ability to lift up to 75 lbs. and stand or walk for long periods.
Possess a valid PA motor vehicle operator's license.
Aptitude and interest in boiler, chilled water, and diesel plant operation.
Ability to read and understand Operating Instructions pertaining to equipment.
Ability to complete and pass the Plant Operator Qualification Sheet, as per Operating Policy #8.
Must be self-motivated and able to complete tasks with little supervision.
NRG Energy is committed to a drug and alcohol free workplace. To the extent permitted by law and any applicable collective bargaining agreement, employees are subject to periodic random drug testing, and post-accident and reasonable suspicion drug and alcohol testing. EOE AA M/F/Protected Veteran Status/Disability
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Level, Title and/or Salary may be adjusted based on the applicant's experience or skills.
Official description on file with Human Resources
Control Room Operator
Job Title: Control Room Operator
The Control Room Operator I performs operational duties to manage and control oil and gas production remotely using SCADA.
Responsible for working with field operations, marketing and management providing up to the minute reports and data.
Identify potential opportunities to maximize production in real time and initiate/take corrective action, working with field operations.
Monitor and analyze all facilities to detect equipment failures.
Communicate critical events to field operations personnel to maintain oil and gas production at highest rates possible.
Manage and communicate SCADA alarms using verbal and electronic media.
Identify service needs and dispatch service providers including water and oil transports and I&E personnel.
Assist field operations during incidents or emergencies.
Manage third party and PNR significant downtime events in a manner to influence optimal timing for events to occur.
Other duties as assigned by Supervisor
5 years lease operator, well tech or I/E, Field Services, SCADA technician experience.
Experience using SCADA software such as Xspoc and Wonderware to analyze operational conditions.
High school education or equivalent.
Pioneer Natural Resources is an EEO/AA-M/F/Disability/Veteran Employer.
Control Room Operator
Auto req ID: 177310BR
Position Type: Part Time
Employee Type: Nonexempt
- Under the direction of hub management, the Control Room Operator is responsible for maintaining and ensuring accuracy of the automated parcel sorter, in accordance with company policies and procedures
Create virtual sort by receiving designated customer manifest for nightly sort, inputting designated manifests to the virtual sortation application, and communicating status of the sort to routing
Perform trailer maintenance by logging in and out trailers to tie them to customer manifests
Maintain communication with the switchers to coordinate proper trailer movements throughout the hub
Ensure the efficiency and accuracy of the sorter by performing all pre-sort checks and daily priming of the belts, monitoring and controlling all sorter operations, troubleshooting, and clearing errors
Monitor camera system for jams and problem areas, communicate information to managers
Receive communication from yard when new trailers arrive, document on control log and track
Complete all required paperwork, records, and documentation
Ensure compliance with all safety and work rules and regulations. Ensure the maintenance of all housekeeping standards
Performs other duties as assigned
- High school diploma or GED required
- One (1) year transportation or warehouse experience preferred
Required Skills, Abilities and / or Licensure
Basic computer skills and the ability to use Microsoft Word and Excel
Effective communication skills
Ability to multitask, plan, and organize
Ability to proficiently communicate verbally and in writing using the English language
Other Job Description Information
Anticipated schedule of 7:30 am - 12:30 pm, Mon-Fri
% of Travel for the Position: 0
Address: 1 Beeman Road
Zip Code: 01532
Search Engine Description: General
Warehouse & Distribution
Domicile Location: P5015
FedEx Ground is an equal opportunity / affirmative action employer (Minorities/Females/Disability/Veterans) committed to a diverse workforce
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