Extractor Plant Operator Job Description Sample
Battery Extractor Machine Operator - 2Nd Shift (Bemo0516- 951Dcc)
Maximize company sales growth and profitability through the processing and handling of all orders through the operation of a stand-up type forklift, stock picker or other powered equipment, and processing the daily battery extractor functions
Operate material handling equipment, including both hand-operated and industrial powered equipment, to facilitate the movement of products and supplies.
Perform battery changes, water and clean batteries, and monitor daily application of procedures to help promote a safe and productive working environment.
Perform all job tasks assigned by the leadership staff to achieve and maintain daily productivity and quality goals.
Possess a complete understanding of training and communication resources relevant to the position.
Participate in ongoing training regarding technology upgrades and new systems applicable to the position.
Maintain all powered industrial truck safety logs.
Possess a complete understanding of applicable company systems, policies and procedures.
Maintain an awareness of loss prevention, security and safety following the guidelines provided by management or the Human Resources Department and/or as outlined in the Crate and Barrel/CB2 Associate Guide.
English language skills (written and verbal) preferred;bilingual a plus
Basic math skills required
Ability to move and/or lift up to 65 pounds; heavier merchandise with team assistance
Must work effectively as a team member
Previous equipment operating experience a plus
High school diploma/GED or equivalent preferred
Full Time Flexible Schedule: Monday
Seasonal Extractor Operator|
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Under immediate supervision performs various duties within the Livingston Extractor.
Sets and runs Extractor at designated operating parameters.
Monitors operating parameters, to include water flow over pomace, max water across pomace, SO2 settings.
Provides hourly samples of the exiting extract at the shaker screen.
Provides hourly samples of each cell.
Monitors tank levels.
Monitors extractor for maintenance issues and reports them to supervisor.
Responsible for cleaning spills and run off extract or pomace on the ground.
Reviews and processes and completes all paperwork and work orders.
Maintains satisfactory attendance, to include timeliness.
Responsible for understanding and complying with applicable quality, environmental and safety regulatory considerations.
This job description reflects management's assignment of essential functions; it does not prescribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Gallo does not sponsor for employment based visas for this position now or in the future.
High School Diploma or State-issued equivalency certificate.
Required to be at least 18 years of age.
Skilled in reading, writing and understanding the English language.
Required to work any shift.
Required to lift and move up to 60 pounds.
Skilled in reading, comprehending, interpreting and executing simple instructions, short correspondence and memos.
Skilled in writing simple correspondence.
Skilled in adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing using whole numbers.
Required to work overtime and weekends if necessary.
- Experience in manufacturing environment is a plus, but not required.
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 will be required to stand, walk, use hands to finger, handle or feel and reach with hands and arms, climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl and talk or hear. Stand and walk almost the entire workday. Lift and carry up to 60 pounds occasionally. Employees must be physically capable of working in any of the job tasks within the bottling room. Work at heights and in fairly small areas. Pushing, pulling, reaching, bending, stooping, squatting, kneeling, handling and grasping, twisting/turning, repetitive bending.
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 frequently exposed to the following:
Exposure to dust, fumes, smoke, gases, or other irritating substances.
Exposure to solvents or chemicals.
Exposure to slippery walking surfaces: water.
Exposure to marked changes in temperature and humidity depending on time of year.
Working surface is primarily concrete. Where standing is required, there are rubber mats which are one-half inch thick.
Job Posting: 55462
machine operator, pomace, extract, juice
Equal Opportunity Employer
Nearest Major Market: Merced
Job Segment: Law, Legal
The Utility Extractor extracts, sorts and reviews utility invoicesaccording to the department and customers' procedures. This position alsoprepares freight invoices.
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
Agissar extractor associate responsibilities:
Extracts mail from an Agissar machine, sorts utility bills, other mail inserts, checks, terms and invoices based on mode, number of pages, etc.
Uses multiple separator sheets to organize utility bills going to scanning.
Performs a manual review of utility invoices to ensure compliance with customer and department procedures
Separates bills, which do not meet client and/or department standard procedures. Attaches standard reject form and forwards to the lead for review.
Preps freight invoices for scanning. Removes staples, organizes bills in a neat, orderly manner and assures barcodes and paper is proper for scanning.
Reviews and complies with new or updated client and departmental procedures.
Discards old procedures and files updates as received.
Performs minor troubleshooting on the Agissar machine when necessary.
Shows initiative in presenting problems and possible solutions to lead or supervisor.
Maintains the work area in order to present a neat and professional appearance at all times.
Performs other duties as assigned and works overtime as required by management to ensure timely completion of all accounts.
SKILLS/ABILITIES & MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
Ability to grasp and retain instructions and perform at a high level of accuracy.
Good organizational and time management skills to be able to work in a fast paced production environment.
Basic mechanical skills.
Must be able to work with minimal supervision, maintain a positive attitude and be self-motivated.
Equivalent experience found in a production oriented processing environment
Please apply directly to this position via the "Apply Here" button. You will be required to create an account and provide your resume, contact information and other pertinent employment information. This process typically takes 20 minutes or less. Should we find that you meet the minimum requirement of the position, a member of our recruiting team will be in touch to start the interview process.
ABOUT OUR COMPANY:
Cass Information Systems is the nation's leading provider of payment and information services for Corporate America's freight, utility, waste and telecom expenses. We are a business-to-business solutions provider focused on invoice processing, payment, auditing and business intelligence services. We are strongly committed to providing consistently high-quality service to our customers and deeply committed to the welfare and professional growth of our staff.
Bellvue Plant Operator - Seasonal
The City of Greeley Water & Sewer Department is seeking professionals who are committed to providing water and sewer for a growing, dynamic community. As a part of the Bellvue Water Treatment Division, you will work with a group of committed employees, and other professionals who are dedicated to continuing and enhancing Greeley's leadership role in the Colorado water community. If you are innovative, enjoy challenges and are seeking a position with responsibility and opportunity for future advancement, come see what Greeley has to offer.
The Seasonal Plant Operator
Responsible for assisting with various aspects of the City of Greeley Bellvue water treatment plant operation, under the direction of the lead shift operator. Primary duties are monitoring of finished and raw water quality. Assisting in adjustments of water treatment chemicals based on the direction of the lead shift operator. Assisting in raw and finished flows changes as demands dictate. Assisting in maintenance of grounds and related treatment equipment.
Current shift is Wednesday through Sunday 7 am to 3 pm
Experience, Knowledge, Skills
Experience in water treatment preferred
Knowledge of the operation and maintenance of water treatment plants desired.
Ability to read and interpret gauges and meters used in regulating operations of plant equipment.
Ability to learn daily record keeping, water quality sampling, and routing laboratory analysis.
Ability to learn to record and maintain data; collect and analyze water samples.
Ability to perform other functions such as janitorial and mechanical maintenance.
Working knowledge of PC-based methods, and software in Microsoft windows environment including, Microsoft Word and Excel desired.
High school diploma or GED preferred.
Establish and maintain effective working relationship with supervisors, co-workers, and general public.
Communicate face to face and by telephone.
Follow written and/or verbal instructions.
Ability to work independently, along with and/or in groups.
Work flexible hours, including weekends, holidays, and other shifts/times. Current shift is Wednesday through Sunday 7 am to 3 pm
Attend safety sessions and keep informed about safety and emergency procedures.
Ability to properly use hand and power tools to maintain facility.
Perform duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Work Environment and Physical Requirements
Communication skills enough to convey information to Supervisor, or other employees.
Vision enough to interpret data displayed on computer monitor, controllers, graphs and gauges.
Ability to remain in a standing/walking position for long periods of time.
Ability to move items weighing up to 75 pounds and make repetitive motions.
Ability to work at heights greater than 10 feet.
Manual dexterity enough to operate tools, vehicles, and equipment.
Flexibility enough to bend, twist and reach at all body levels, including overhead to complete necessary work.
Ability to accurately input, retrieve and verify work assignments.
Possible exposure to hazardous chemicals and gases.
Work in variety of weather conditions.
Exposure to high noise levels, fumes or particles, risk of electrical shock.
Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator Grade II Certification
WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT OPERATOR – GRADE II
Salary Range: $32,526.83 - $53,670.03
Water Resources Department
GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES: Performs intermediate semi-skilled work in the operation of a wastewater treatment plant; does related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Makes regular tours of plant and equipment assisting in plant operations;
Monitors gauges, meters, control panels, etc.;
Records readings from meters and instruments;
Checks functioning of equipment;
Regulates and adjusts motors, pumps, blowers, valves and other apparatus to meet changing operating conditions;
Performs various tests; collects plant samples for process control;
Operates dewatering press;
Skims grease from settling tanks;
Pumps sludge, drains tanks, cleans clarifiers;
Cleans and services pumps, motors and other equipment;
Controls amount of sludge entering and leaving plant;
Weights and fills chemical containers;
Makes minor or emergency repairs; performs minor preventive maintenance on plant equipment;
Performs general plant maintenance duties;
Follows all safety policies and procedures in performing duties;
Performs related tasks as required or as assigned.
JOB RELATED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY REQUIREMENTS: This position involves work requiring the employee to exert up to 50 pounds of force occasionally and less force frequently to move objects. Physical activity related to this position may include climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, reaching, standing, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, fingering, grasping, feeling, talking, hearing, and repetitive motions. Sufficient visual acuity is required to visually inspect mechanical parts for small defects; prepare and analyze data and figures, do extensive reading, and use measurement devices. An employee in this position will be exposed to indoor and outdoor environmental conditions including extreme cold and heat, noise; subject to fumes, odors, dusts, mists, gases, or poor ventilation; subject to job hazards including exposure to chemicals and moving mechanical parts; and may be subject to wearing a respirator and working in narrow or confined spaces. An employee in this position could be "reasonably anticipated" as a result of performing their job duties to face contact with blood and other potentially infectious materials.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: General knowledge of the operating characteristics and maintenance requirements of a wastewater treatment plant; some knowledge of hydraulic, chemical and mechanical principles pertinent to wastewater treatment plant operations; some knowledge of occupational hazards of the work and of necessary safety precautions; ability to detect defects in the operation of mechanical equipment and to determine proper remedial measures; ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions; ability to read meters and charts accurately and to maintain records of shift operations; some skill in the use and care of hand tools.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Graduation from high school; or any equivalent combination of experience and training, which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Possession of a Grade II Wastewater Treatment Certificate; possession of a valid N.C. driver's license; may require possession of an appropriate valid commercial driver's license.
This position is "non-exempt" and is eligible for overtime pay.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Utility Plant Operator
Leads the operation and maintenance of the utility plant systems and equipment. Works with the other utility plant operators and the Utility Plant Supervisor to organize work, solve problems and provide a safe working environment.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties as assigned.
Provides back-up for the Utility Plant Supervisor.
Operates and performs complex diagnostics, repairs, calibrations, modifications and routine service on a wide variety of utility plant systems and equipment, including chillers, boilers, air compressors, pumps, cooling towers, air handlers, domestic water, controls, lighting, electrical security systems, fire systems etc.
Performs preventive maintenance (PMs) and work orders along with normal housekeeping duties in the work areas and shop. Provides technical leadership, direction and assistance to junior staff.
Mentors and assists with training of Utility Plant Operators. Promotes MTT and other training for operators as appropriate. Conducts hands-on assessments for assigned MTT courses based on areas of expertise.
Develops and implements standard trade practices and procedures (using appropriate safety precautions) to produce quality workmanship commensurate with that of a journeyman level in one or more of the following skills: HVAC, electrical, plumbing, welding or electronics.
Acts as liaison between the utility plant operators and management.
Assists the Utility Plant Supervisor with completing required administrative tasks, including paperwork and computer processing. Assists with planning and scheduling of all utility plant work orders, ensuring all work orders are completed per schedule. Ensures required utility plant reports and deliverables are generated accurately and on-time.
Ensures stock parts inventory (crib) tracking and withdrawal process is followed correctly. Coordinates requisition of non-stock parts, contacting potential suppliers, Purchasing and Receiving as needed.
Assists Maintenance Engineering in developing, reviewing and modifying preventive and predictive maintenance procedures and schedules for all utility plant systems and equipment.
Maintains complete and accurate documentation and equipment history files of the utility plant buildings, systems and equipment.
Identifies and recommends proposed improvements to utility plant buildings, systems and equipment.
Provides input to Engineering on proposed projects. Interfaces with Engineering Project Coordinators on various construction issues.
Provides data and reports as required, including formal studies and evaluations, work plans, drawings or schematics or various other administrative functions such as status reports, equipment evaluations or development of scopes of work for outside contractors. Coordinates and inspects work of contractors to determine code and specifications compliance and workmanship.
Performs the functions of the Utility Plant operator as required.
Carries a pager 24/7 for emergency consultation and call-ins.
Complies with all Fluor Corporation safety requirements and programs.
Utilities Trainee - Utility Plant Operator
Performs skilled work of the journeyman/tradesman level in the operation and maintenance of equipment in a central heating and cooling plant. Responsibilities involve the efficient operation and maintenance of all utility equipment in the central heating and cooling plant. Work is performed under general supervision with evaluation based on periodic inspection of charts and records concerning operating efficiency and observation of the quality of utility services rendered. Major/Essential Functions Training to learn the safe, reliable, and efficient operation and maintenance of the equipment in a heating and cooling plant and for maintaining an uninterrupted supply of utility services to the campus, Health Sciences Center, University Medical Center, and University facilities.
This is an Essential Personnel position and will be subject to call during off hours.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Must be able to pass technical pre-employment exam.
Must be able to understand, remember, and follow verbal and written instructions.
Must be competent in writing skills; must be competent at basic mathematical operations; and be able to verbally communicate effectively.
Must be able to show mechanical aptitude (machines, engines, HVAC, boilers, etc.). Operates and maintains boilers, steam turbines, refrigeration chillers, and all supporting equipment and associated systems.
Required Qualifications High school or equivalency, and competency in written and mathematical skills. Academic performance, job experience, or advanced training or education that indicates the employee will be able to complete the Personnel Qualification System. Background and experience indicating a mechanical aptitude. Knowledge of hand tools, occupational hazards and safety precautions. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships.
Applicants for this Security Sensitive Level II position will be subject to a criminal background check and must pass a drug and alcohol test after a conditional offer of employment has been extended, but before employment can be confirmed.
Asphalt Plant Operator
Northern Improvement Company is an industry leader in the Midwest as a highway, heavy, and municipal contractor. Our Dickinson mobile operations is seeking an EXPERIENCED Asphalt Plant Operator.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS -
Operating a Mobile Asphalt Plant with up-to-date computerized equipment controls
Oversee plant maintenance and operation
Ensure that the equipment & plant functions as designed at all time
Assist with troubleshooting equipment malfunctions in order to minimize downtime as well as striving to improve equipment/plant operating efficiency to maximize production, save time, save fuel, and minimize labor
In charge of plant tear-down and plant sets
ESSENTIAL JOB REQUIREMENTS -
We are seeking an a candidate with at least two (2) seasons of experience operating a hot asphalt plant; however, we are willing to perform additional training as required
Moderate to heavy lifting, bending, reaching above shoulder level, climbing stairs and ladders frequently, kneeling, and stooping
Clear and effective communication skills (speech, vision, hearing/listening, writing, etc.)
Valid driver license
Ability to pass pre-employment DRUG test and random DRUG &/or alcohol screens
WORK WEEK / JOB DURATION –
Our crews typically work 50 to 70+ hours, 5-6 days per week, depending on the weather & project status. Work is generally from thaw until freeze-up.
Base wage: $26.35 per regular hour, $39.52 per overtime hour
Full Benefits paid through the Operating Engineers Union [NOTE: North Dakota is a Right to Work state.]
Employer-provided camper spots available in the Dickinson-Williston area at no cost to employee.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability or, if applicable, veteran status.
Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator
Join our talented team. Employees at Vista Outdoor are passionate and committed to delivering quality products to our customers. Our culture centers on an engaged and accountable workforce. Our goal is to attract and retain a diverse workforce: rich in talent, background, ideas and experience.
Responsibilities and Qualifications
SHIFT: 7pm-7am Fri, Sat, Sun
- every other Thu
(Fundamental duties necessary to achieve the objective of the position)
Operate treatment plant through chemical testing, observing indicators and making necessary adjustments to chemical additives and flow rates.
Responsible for compliance testing on ICP machine and various other testing methods.
Responsible for testing and controlling sludge generated by the wastewater treatment system.
Review all hazardous and non-hazardous waste storage areas and ensure that all material is properly handled and stored.
Responsible for maintaining the daily operational log for the wastewater treatment facility and all required testing and rounds.
Schedule and/or perform preventive maintenance repair to all equipment associated with the wastewater treatment facility.
Maintain an adequate inventory of treatment chemicals and spare parts.
Maintain equipment wastewater treatment area in a clean and orderly condition, to include replace /repair pumps, clean and maintain clarifier, thickener and filter press.
Observe all applicable safety rules and report unsafe conditions or potential safety hazards.
Perform related projects and duties as assigned or as the need arises
(Experience, education, licenses, certifications, and general knowledge, skills and abilities.)
Demonstrated ability in a variety of maintenance areas
Ability to obtain a Minnesota Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator class D license within 1 year. Failure to obtain license will result inability to advance through the pay progression
Ability to obtain Hazwoper 24 hour certification
Proficient in computer usage Word, Excel, Outlook
Water or wastewater treatment experience
Self-starter with ability to work effectively under minimal supervision
ADDITIONAL DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS
2 year post-secondary degree
Applicable education, such as Water Environmental Technologies, Environmental Sciences, or other related fields
Water or wastewater licenses issued by the Department of Health
Applicable knowledge that would relate to a wastewater treatment process
Laboratory experience as a technician or service tech
Chemistry background in employment or education
We offer a highly competitive salary, comprehensive benefits including: medical and dental, vision, disability and life insurance, 401K, PTO, tuition reimbursement, and the ability to add value to an exciting mission!
Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Females/Protected Veteran/Disabled
Vista Outdoor is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants are considered for employment without regard race, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, and any other characteristics protected by law. The EEO Law poster is available here:
If you need a reasonable accommodation because of a disability for any part of the employment process, please send an e-mail to . Please note that this email address is for accommodation purposes only. Vista Outdoor will not respond to inquiries for other purposes.
Water Treatment Plant Operator
This position is responsible for performing intermediate technical work performing operational, analytical, and maintenance tasks necessary to provide potable and palatable water within federal and State standards. Work involves responsibility for the safe and efficient operation of chemical and plant controls and the maintenance of plant equipment in proper condition. The work is performed under direction of the Water Treatment Plant Shift Leader and the Water Treatment Plant Superintendent.
Essential Job Functions
Monitors operating conditions of the entire treatment process and makes all necessary adjustments to keep the process within established guidelines.
Observes all safety rules and wears personal protective equipment as required.
Starts and stops pumps, motors, chemical feeders, and other equipment as needed.
Performs routine process control tests, including chlorine residual, pH, alkalinity, hardness, jar tests, UV254, and other necessary water quality analysis to meet process requirements and maintain optimum chemical dosages.
Keeps laboratory and such laboratory apparatus as test tubes, burettes, and beakers clean and in an orderly condition.
Schedules and tracks State mandated water quality samples.
Inspects plant; records information from various charts and gauges and enters readings and test results in accordance with prescribed reporting system; and adjusts operations to remedy raw and finished water conditions and to meet necessary use demands.
Records head loss, rate of flow of filters, and determines when filters should be backwashed; operates filter controls in backwashing filters.
Transfers chemicals from bulk storage tanks or drums to day tanks as necessary.
Greases and oils machinery, fills chemical hoppers, cleans bar screens, replaces belts and does other maintenance and minor plant repairs as necessary.
Provides thorough operations and testing to ensure potable and palatable water that meets or exceeds federal and State standards in sufficient quantities to meet demand.
Performs required preventive maintenance and repair on all equipment that breaks down in order to maintain operations.
Performs correctly split microbiological samples once a year to maintain laboratory analyst certification.
Attends 30 hours of training every three years to maintain operator certification status.
Responds when requested by the supervisor to any emergency at the water plant in order to maintain operations.
Operate and maintain a plate and frame filter press.
Performs other duties as required.
Education and Experience:
High school diploma and [years] experience in water or wastewater treatment plant operation and maintenance is preferred.
Possess a Maryland State Certificate as a Water Treatment Plant Operator (Certification Law .01B(2)a) at the Class 4 level. This certificate must be obtained no later than 3 years after employment as a Water Plant Operator or face possible demotion or termination; must immediately obtain temporary or higher Class 4 Maryland Water Operator's Certification and begin training to qualify for full certification, which includes successful passing of the Maryland Board of Waterworks and Waste Systems Operators Operator Examination.
Possess a State of Maryland Drinking Water Sampler Certificate or must be obtained within 12 months of employment.
Must posess a valid Start of Maryland driver's license as issued by the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Knowledge of the principles and practices involved in the operation of large electric motors, pumps, chemical feed systems, and other electromechanical equipment.
Knowledge of chemistry, hydraulics, and mathematics.
Knowledge and understanding of the operations and functions of the water treatment plant and associated pumping stations, and the necessity for maintaining strict control conditions.
Knowledge of laboratory procedures, mechanical and electrical maintenance, and equipment and hand tools used therein.
General knowledge of physics, electricity, and electronics.
General knowledge of the federal and State water quality standard especially the Safe Drinking Water Act and amendments and the required reporting requirements, federal and State safety regulations for a Class 4 water plant operation, especially OSHA, MOSHA, Right-To-Know, Underground Tank Regulations, and SARA Title III.
Ability to ascertain and remedy abnormalities in the routine operation of mechanical, electrical, and hydraulic equipment based on observation and results of laboratory tests.
Ability to read meters and charts accurately, to maintain records of shift operations, and to complete complex operating reports accurately.
Ability to understand and follow detailed laboratory and operating procedures, and to keep accurate records of actions taken.
Ability to operate the water plant SCADA system.
Ability to perform mathematical computations rapidly and accurately.
Ability to adapt available tools and repair parts to specific repair problems.
Ability to diagnose and correct the faulty functioning of chemical feed systems, pumps, controls, and allied appurtenances.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with fellow team members, shift leaders, and superintendent.
Sufficient physical strength and agility to climb ladders, work in confined spaces, and lift heavy objects.
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