Hammer Operator Job Description Sample
This position is responsible for the operation and control of steam hammer.
- Follow forging instructions and procedures
- Maintain proper control of materials (heat number, job number)
- Inspect tools and product as necessary.
- Follow Company policies and procedures
- Support and/or participate in the organization's Continuous Improvement Program - Quality and ISO 9000
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Knowledge of forging operations
- Basic math skills
- Ability to interact positively with others
- Ability to work under pressure of schedules
Education and Experience
- High School Diploma or equivalent preferred
- 2-3 years of related work experience
AFGlobal offers medical, dental, vision, FSAs, Life, AD&D, and Disability benefits, as well as 10 paid Holidays, PTO and Vacation.
Air Hammer Operator - Hendersonville, NC
About WestRock (NYSE: WRK) partners with our customers to provide differentiated paper and packaging solutions that help them win in the marketplace. WestRock’s 45,000 team members support customers around the world from more than 300 operating and business locations spanning North America, South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Learn more at www.westrock.com.
Air Hammer Operator - Hendersonville, NC200 Tabor RdEast Flat Rock, North Carolina, 28726United States Career Opportunity The Hendersonville Plant is seeking an Air Hammer Operator Trainee who will be an integral part of the Die Cutting Team. The successful candidate will set up and utilize air-operated stripping tool to remove waste from printed die-cut sheets. How you will impact WestRock Sets up and utilizes air-operated stripping tool. Removes scrap board from die-cut sheets.Deposits scrap in proper recycling bins.Stacks die-cut blanks on skids for gluer operations.Exercises care in stacking carton blanks on skids to prevent carton mix-ups.Utilizes a manual pallet jack to move skidded stock into position for stripping.Maintains a clean and hazard free area at all times.Informs the manager when supplies or parts are required. Performs other job duties as assigned. What you need to succeed Must be able to read and comprehend documents such as safety rules, procedures and work instructions. Must be able to meet and/or pass the minimum requirement on a mechanical test or have demonstrated mechanical aptitude through prior work experience. Must be able to maintain good attendance. Must be willing to work overtime as needed; significant overtime may be required during busy periods. Must be able to perform all essential functions of this job with or without reasonable accommodation. What we offer Corporate culture based on integrity, respect, accountability and excellence
Comprehensive training with numerous learning and development opportunities
An attractive salary reflecting skills, competencies and potentialA career with a global packaging company where Sustainability, Safety and Inclusion are business drivers and foundational elements of the daily work. #NC WestRock Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to creating and maintaining a diverse workforce: Minorities/Females/ Disabled/Veterans.
Store Associate Stockton - Hammer Lane #177
At 99 Cents Only Stores, LLC, we are recruiting talented individuals for the position of Store Associate/Stocker.
99 Cents Only Stores is a unique extreme value retailer of primarily name brand consumables and general merchandise. We provide an exciting primary shopping destination for value-conscious consumers, and a fun treasure-hunt shopping experience for individuals and families in our communities! Our corporate associates support our stores in delivering an exemplary experience to customers with a fun, friendly and energetic approach, resourceful problem-solving, and innovating ideas that bring great products at great value to families throughout the communities we serve. We offer competitive medical, dental and vision plans, an outstanding 401K plan, and fantastic career opportunities! If this sounds like your next career step, read on!
As Store Associate/Stocker, you will ensure that our customers experience a great store shopping experience by providing first-line customer support. You will assist shoppers by answering questions, helping them locate merchandise, and assisting them with the check-out process, as needed. You will also be a crucial part of the operations staff and play a fundamental role in the proper and timely merchandising of the store.
As you begin your shift, you'll be given an assignment which could include receiving and unloading and shipment from a distribution center, handling merchandise that needs to go out on the shelves, cleaning assignments, helping the manager on duty with a special task…whatever you are responsible for completing that day. In addition to your assigned responsibilities, you'll be expected to help customers as needed, do price or stock checks, ensure shopping carts are ready for arriving customers, clean as you go, and always work with an awareness on safety.
Specifically, you will:
Unload and sort merchandise upon delivery arrival.
Stock and display merchandise in accordance with Company merchandising standards.
Follow all Company merchandising guidelines and plan-o-grams.
Make sure all merchandise is accurately priced.
Process and return to stock all go-backs.
Carefully and correctly repack merchandise to be transferred back to the Distribution Center.
Break down cardboard boxes and place in baler.
Retrieve shopping carts from the parking lot.
Report any illegal activity by customers or employees to Store Management.
Follow all Company safety procedures.
Work independently with minimal direction and follow the daily to-do list.
Clean up spills, floors, shelves, displays, bathrooms, etc.
Perform additional duties as assigned by Management or Supervisors.
Skills and Requirements
To be a fit for the role of Store Associate / Stocker, you will need:
To be a self-starter with the ability to work independently, show initiative, and excel in a team environment.
Prior retail or grocery experience is considered a plus, but is not required.
A positive attitude and the ability to interact in an effective and friendly manner with customers and associates.
The ability to comprehend instructions, both verbal and written.
Proven ability to multi-task and meet shift goals and expectations.
The ability to regularly lift one to five pounds, and lift up to 50 pounds as you unload trucks or move large boxes of inventory.
The ability to constantly stand, bend and reach with a moderate amount of manual dexterity.
The ability to learn to use a baler and pallet jack.
Stockers often work early mornings before the store opens, or late evenings (up until midnight) after the store closes in order to stock merchandise, setup displays, and clean floors, shelves, bathrooms, etc. You should have some flexibility in your work schedule, including the ability to work a weekend day, though we will try to work around your school and other responsibilities. Most positions begin part-time at 24 hours per week.
99 Cents Only Stores, LLC operates nearly 400 stores in California, Texas, Arizona, and Nevada, and employs over 16,000 individuals proudly serving their communities! 99 Cents Only Stores, LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Forge/ Hammer Helper
Job Description: Arconic Engines (AEN) has immediate openings for Forge Helpers to assist in the production process at our plant in Fontana, CA. This is an entry level position to a career in aerospace manufacturing.
Arconic Engines (AEN) serves the global aerospace, automotive, and commercial transportation markets with the most specialized engineering, highest quality, and the greatest breadth and depth of seamless rolled rings in our industry. Headquartered in Torrance, CA; AEN employs 7,900 people in 13 countries at 38 locations. AEN is a business unit of Arconic (NYSE:ARNC).
Join Arconic and join a network of people who are passionate about industry-changing technology that advances the world. You'll have the opportunity to work with leading global companies that operate in world-changing industries—such as aerospace, automotive, building and construction, defense and commercial transportation. It's not just a job. It's a career and a path to the future. You'll be part of a diverse culture of learning, teaching and mentorship. Arconic is fully committed to developing people: providing employees with the resources, and learning and development opportunities they need to excel and build a career.
Basic understanding of forging process and procedures
Ability to follow directions given by the Blacksmith or Supervisor
Keeps track of serialization of parts
Maintains a safe and organized work area and displays concern for maintain equipment (manipulator, furnaces, etc.)
Follows all company policies and safety procedures
Ensures that the parts being worked on are of the highest quality
Ability to read, write and comprehend English
Employees must be legally authorized to work in the United States. Verification of employment eligibility will be required at the time of hire. Visa sponsorship is not available for this position.
This position is subject to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) which requires U.S. person status. ITAR defines U.S. person as an U.S. Citizen, U.S. Permanent Resident (i.e. 'Green Card Holder'), Political Asylee, or Refugee.
Equipment Operator I (Storm Water)
This position is responsible for operating a variety of light equipment and vehicles in addition to performing manual labor on a storm water construction or maintenance crew. Moderately heavy equipment may be driven on an assignment or temporary basis. Incumbent may be required to perform emergency call-back duty.
Examples of Duties
Operates landscape and maintenance equipment such as tractor with a bush hog or landscape box attachment; drives a small dump truck, a pick-up truck, or a flat-bed truck to deliver materials or tools to job sites; operates light construction or maintenance equipment such as a skid steer, jack hammer and power saw; performs manual labor work such as shoveling asphalt and dirt, laying pipes, building culverts and bridges; removes trash, limbs and debris from job sites, culverts, creeks, drainage areas; serves as a flagger on assigned projects; performs related work as required.
Graduation from High School or GED Equivalent.
Two (2) years of experience in performing related work.
Possession of a valid Georgia driver's license; or,
Possession of a valid Georgia commercial driver's license as required based on the weight and function of assigned vehicle. A
An equivalent combination of training and experience will be considered.
Knowledge, Skill, Abilities/ Supplemental Information
Knowledge of the operation and maintenance techniques to public works equipment; skill in the operation and application of hand and power tools; skill in performing heavy manual labor; skill in understanding and following routine verbal instructions and in driving and operating assigned equipment and vehicles.
It is the policy of Henry County that there will be equal opportunity for every citizen, employee and applicant, based upon merit without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, genetics or disability.
Effluent Filtration/Waste Mgmt Operator - Lpc-T/834
In accordance with PCC procedures, local, state, and federal regulations, to effectively and efficiently treat all waste water to ensure that prohibited materials do not enter the sewer system.
1.LSA Materials Receiving, Preliminary Inspection and In-Process Storage.
Objective: receive and/or collect drummed LSA materials from Investing, Effluent Filtration, Cleaning departments and determine if acceptable for processing.
2.Correcting/Diagnosing System Failures:
Objective: to ensure the safe and effective processing of waste water through the constant monitoring of electrical, chemical, and mechanical processes.
Essential Job Functions:
A.Perform basic lab tests accurately to determine chemical imbalances and correct the process by adding certain chemicals to restore balance.
B.Redirect the flow of water to storage tanks or reprocessing by either a manual process through shut-off valves or computer input.
C.Communicate effectively with supervision in customer departments, and with maintenance, in the event a shutdown of all processes that use water is required, or if a HazMat Response Team is needed.
D.Collect by transporting or receive by delivery, drummed LSA materials.
E.Inspect for drum integrity, labeling and loose RAD material per acceptance criteria.
F.Accept or reject the drums. Accepted drums are moved to in-process storage, rejected drums are transported back to department of origin.
G.Manage drums in the receiving and in-process areas, adhering to schedules, to meet disposal requirements.
3.Operation of the Effluent Filtration Process:
Objective: to process waste waters through the filtration process.
Essential Job Functions:
A.Clean or change microfiltration modules, filter presses, process tanks, turbidity probes, and cartridge filters of radioactive sludge through either a chemical or manual process. Clean and process tanks with air hammer chip gun.
B.Adjust rate of water flow through the system through the use of computer monitoring or manually.
C.Place sludge from the filtration process into hoppers. Take samples, dispose in dropbox for Hillsboro Landfill.
D.Bleach sumps in Investing and Cleaning departments. 4.Maintain Supplies and Equipment:
Objective: to maintain equipment in good working order and to maintain a safe, clean work environment.
Essential Job Functions:
A.Troubleshoot system problems.
B. Perform regularly scheduled preventive maintenance on various equipment throughout the department including pumps, valves, pipes, tanks, and filtering equipment.
C. Monitor level of raw material supplies and operational spare parts, and order replacements as necessary.
D.Perform housekeeping tasks to maintain a clean work area.
5.Completes all Logs and Records.
6.Process and Shipment of Drummed Non-Hazardous Waste to Regulated Landfill Waste Sites: Objective: receive, process, inspect and dispose of solid NON-RAD waste.
Essential Job Functions:
A Process and dispose of alpha shell material.
B.Process and dispose of coloidal Silica material (water base).
C.Process and dispose of waterblast sump sludge material (LPC-S).
D.Compaction and dispose of LPC-T shell material and sludge.
E. Shovel shell material and sludge from floor or pan to cement mixer. 7. Neutralization of Acids and Caustics:
Objective: receive, neutralize, and dispose of acid and caustic liquids and sludges in accordance with PCC procedures and local, state, and federal regulations.
Essential Job Functions:
A.Wear applicable protective clothing and respiratory protection.
B.Operate tanks, pumps, valves, blenders and filter press in order to process NaOH, KOH caustics and hydrofluoric, nitric and sulfuric acids in the neutralization process.
C.Operate calcium slurry tank to remove fluorides.
D.Control the receival of acids and caustics in order to balance operation with adequate materials supply.
E.Dump neutral sludge cake by forktruck into drop box.
F.Know the emergency shutdown and evacuation procedure and can implement.
G.Operate the Comet oven in material drying processes.
H.Receive acid from Alpha Facility, TBS and LPC-T.
I.Receive caustic from LPC-S and LPC-T.
8.Process and Dispose of Miscellaneous Drummed Waste Materials.
Objective: process, inspect and dispose of materials.
Essential Job Functions:
A.Process and dispose of filters. (RAD)
B.Process and dispose of sewer clean-up sludge. (RAD)
C.Process and dispose of urea water.
D.Process and dispose of wax.
E.Process and dispose of 2nd and 3rd dip. (alcohol base - hazardous)
F.Process and dispose of NaOH and KOH. (hazardous)
9.Processing of Binder #5 Alcohol Waste (RAD and Hazardous Waste):
Essential Job Functions:
A.Label the drums Hazardous Waste and Flammable.
B.Dispose of solid residue to landfill.
C.Prepare alcohol for shipment to disposal operation.
Objective: to perform support operations in the Waste Management Operation.
Essential Job Functions:
A.Prepare monthly inventory for PCC financial accounting and charging to other plant cost centers.
B.Order drums and issue drums to user department.
C.Store bulk acid and caustic for user department and manages empty drum return.
D.Manage flammable Hazardous Waste materials in order to stay within 90 day storage regulation.
E.Clean and neutralize minor chemical spills in work areas.
F.Maintain logs, records, and inventories.
Objective: to maintain equipment in good working order and to maintain a safe, clean work environment.
Essential Job Functions:
A.Physically check all equipment for leaks and proper operation.
B.Calibrate and change pH probes and fluoride probes.
C.PM all pumps and boilers in Neutralization facility.
D.PM piping systems, tanks.
E.Troubleshoot and perform routine "light" maintenance.
F.Perform housekeeping tasks associated with mechanical equipment.
12.Safety: Objective: to take responsibility for and demonstrate good housekeeping and safe work practices.
NOTE: for job positions that require respiratory protection (more than a filtering face piece – dust mask):
In compliance with the Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Division Personal Protective Equipment standard for Respiratory Protection, OAR 437, Div. 2/I 1910.134 and Oregon Health Division Rules for the Control of Radiation, OAR 333. Div. 120 (333-120-300 through 330), certain tasks within this job position require/may require the use of a NIOSH-approved respirator.
An individual will not be assigned to these tasks if the person is not able to work under these conditions. Respirator selection will be based on the work performed, exposure information, duration of use and any other relevant factors. If a tight-fitting respirator is required, facial hair, temple pieces on glasses or other items that interferes with the face-to-face piece seal of the respirator are not permitted.
Essential Job Functions:
A.Adhere to plant and department safety rules. B.Safely operate all equipment and tools.
C.Identify and report safety problems.
D.Observe safe handling, transporting and storage of acid, caustics and radioactive sludge materials.E.May be required to handle hazardous waste. Essential Equipment, Vehicles, Tools and/or Machinery Used:
A.Forklift (license required) B. Overhead hoist
C. Effluent Filtration equipment D. Foundry ovens
E. Computer F. Barrel Grabber
G.Pallet jacks H.Basic hand tools (wrenches, pliers, hammers, air hammers, etc.)
OTHER (MARGINAL) ACCOUNTABILITIES:
13.May provide training and work direction assigned.
14.Perform other tasks as requested.
A.Training is provided on the job.
B.Training in Hazardous Materials Safety Training must be completed.
C.Confined space entry.
D.Training in Radioactive Materials Handling must be completed.
F.Use of basic hand tools.
G.May be required to complete Hazardous Waste Management training.
A.Demonstrated ability to troubleshoot system problems, perform preventive maintenance on instruments, which includes the use of plumbing schematics and operational diagrams
the equipment combination of classroom training and/or work experience.
B.Working knowledge of industrial chemicals with experience and/or training in hazardous communications and radioactive handling procedures
an equivalent combination of classroom training and work experience.
C.Training in science and chemistry preferred.
D.Familiarity with computers and printers is preferred.
E.Ability to perform basic arithmetic calculations. (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division)
F.Ability to read, follow and interpret complex written instructions including technical manuals, material safety data sheets, etc. with zero errors.
G.Proven ability to interact effectively with personnel from all levels of the organization and to maintain composure under critical situations and emergencies.
H.Ability to work independently with good maturity and judgment for extended periods of time.
I.Proven organizational and record keeping skills.
J.Physical ability to perform the essential job functions with lifting up to 100 pounds.
K.Ability to utilize protective clothing and respiratory equipment
Precision Castparts Corp. is an equal opportunity employer committed to recruit, hire, train, and promote in all job categories without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, veteran status or other status protected by applicable law.
This Full time position is located in Hammond, Indiana ; however please expect receiving calls from a 952 number in case you are considered. Relocation assistance is not provided.
Production Operators are directly involved with processing corn, our raw material, into Food and Industrial Starches, Sweeteners and Feed products as well as packaging activities. Production Operators will work in teams in one of the following areas: Mill, Refinery, Starch and Packaging.
Able to work 8-hour shift rotation, including weekends, holidays and overtime as needed. Work on-call as assigned.
Process monitoring and control.
Product sampling analysis.
Troubleshooting and coordinate maintenance of process equipment and instrumentation.
Procedures, policies and practices adherence and development.
Permit completion and coordination.
Assist in assuring efficiency of operation of equipment, quality of product, and safety of all personnel.
Knowledge of testing techniques, procedures and equipment.
Strong knowledge in math, science and chemistry preferred.
Ability to take action in solving problems while exhibiting judgement and a realistic understanding of issues; use reason, even when dealing with emotional topics (decision making & problem solving).
Other important abilities and skills include analytical problem solving, commitment to task, coping, decisiveness, interaction, spoken communications, tolerance of ambiguity, and versatility.
A minimum of a 2 year technical degree and/or 3 years work experience.
Perform Area specific tasks to ensure a successful operation. This may include monitor tank levels, product temperature and pressures including observing readings on computers and field instruments, documenting key readings and information, making appropriate adjustments both manually and/or by computer, operate and maintain packaging equipment, load liquid and dry bulk trucks and railcars and operate industrial equipment such as forklifts, front-end loaders and aerial lifts.
Perform and document FLM maintenance.
Sample product by physically taking samples and testing them using appropriate lab test equipment.
Complete and coordinate safe permits work.
Other activities as required to meet objectives including safety and operational training, environmental checks, sanitation and other activities as assigned.
Ability to operate lab and testing equipment, interpret sample results, operate and read instruments, vigilantly attentive to all aspects of work surroundings (alertness), relate and conform to established policies and procedures.
Right to work in the U.S. that is not based solely on possession of a student visa or a visa sponsored by a third-party employer.
Cargill requires employees be a minimum of 18 years old to work in a production facility.
Must be able to read/write English.
High School diploma or Equivalent.
Basic computer skills.
Must be able to perform physical job duties including bending/stooping, climbing ladders, open/close valves, shoveling, pounding with hammer and work in confined spaces.
Ability to lift a minimum of 50 pounds.
Must be able to operate machinery.
Ability to work overtime.
Ability to work holidays, nights, weekends or different shifts.
Able to work under special work conditions, such as extreme heat or cold.
Able to work in elevated areas.
Able to operate heavy equipment.
Prior experience in production related work.
Equipment Operator (8135C), Facilities Services #25537
The University of California, Berkeley, is one of the world's most iconic teaching and research institutions. Since 1868, Berkeley has fueled a perpetual renaissance, generating unparalleled intellectual, economic and social value in California, the United States and the world. Berkeley's culture of openness, freedom and acceptance—academic and artistic, political and cultural—make it a very special place for students, faculty and staff.
Berkeley is committed to hiring and developing staff who want to work in a high performing culture that supports the outstanding work of our faculty and students. In deciding whether to apply for a staff position at Berkeley, candidates are strongly encouraged to consider the alignment of the Berkeley Workplace Culture with their potential for success at http://jobs.berkeley.edu/why-berkeley.html.
Application Review Date
The First Review Date for this job is: August 28, 2018
Facilities Services works to maintain a campus built environment that is conducive to teaching, learning and research. We strive to continuously improve the campus in partnership with all members of the campus community.
Facilities Services is comprised of the following units: Associate Vice Chancellor, Asset Management, Business Operations, Cal Zero Waste Services, Custodial Services, Customer Service Center, Engineering and Technical Services, Environmental Services, Grounds Operation, Campus Building Department, Maintenance Operations, People's Park Position engages in projects requiring the management of all facility needs for the campus buildings. This position requires general knowledge of all building systems.
- EQUIPMENT OPERATING ENGINEER
The Equipment Operating Engineer is responsible for digging holes, trenches and ditches with the backhoe and loading soil, gravel, salt mix, or debris into trucks from a work site with the front bucket. The Equipment Operating Engineer uses the following tools and equipment to perform his duties:
JCB 1700B – 215 Series 3, Case 590 or 570 Backhoe, 30 cm, 61 cm and 106 cm backhoe buckets, front scoop and clam bucket, tamper and jackhammer attachments, small hand tools. The Equipment Operating Engineer will perform a pre-trip vehicle inspection of the equipment each day, this inspection will include: greasing the equipment, checking and topping off fluid levels, checking brakes, tire pressure and ensuring all lights are in working order. After the pre-trip inspection the Equipment Operating Engineer will, if needed, load a second bucket, jack hammer and/or tamper into the front bucket of the backhoe, then drive through traffic to a work site. At the work site, the Equipment Operating Engineer will receive instructions from the Lead or his designate. The Equipment Operating Engineer will determine how the machine will be set up for the task. The Equipment Operating Engineer will check for overhead obstructions (power lines, trees, etc.) and set up barriers as required.
- ADMINISTRATIVE DUTIES
Adherence to the scheduling of work through the work management program is required. Consult shop superintendent and/or lead for technical information. Support maintenance projects and programmatic work assignments. Keep accurate work records and complete paperwork in a neat and timely manner. Define and describe materials, tools and/or equipment, work methods and task sequences. Serve as liaison with clients, relaying their needs and requirements to the appropriate department or superintendent. Obtain materials and equipment as required.
Adhere to all university and departmental safety guidelines. Attend job-related and safety training as required.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Must have completed a four year apprenticeship program or equivalent.
Employee must possess three years journeyman experience in a comparable position or related experience in a university, hospital or large building complex.
Education and training can be through documented experience and/or professional development through an accredited college or university.
Employee must be available to respond to emergencies, work on-call, weekend on-call, rotating swing shift, watch and holidays.
Experience using a variety of craft techniques and all tools pertaining to the trade, including digging holes, trenches and ditches.
Ability to gain access to work in confined spaces or small/tight areas and able to work or maneuver around obstacles that require stairs and ladders
Must be able to safely move and lift supplies and objects up to 75 pounds with or without a reasonable accommodation.
Ability to operate heavy and light equipment including, but not limited to, bobcat, truck, backhoe, trenching machine and related earth moving equipment for maintenance and moving activities.
The ability to communicate using verbal and non-verbal cues with the Lead or designate.
Assists all crafts, as necessary, in a variety of other tasks, as assigned.
Ability to operate air compressors, jackhammers, rotary-operated sump pumps, and tampers, including all hand tools. Service and make minor repairs in the maintenance of equipment.
Ability to clear and level ground; transport and hoist, load and unload earth, equipment and supplies. Level roadways and paths.
Operate machinery for underground excavation, digging, building fences, walls and partitions, hauling wet concrete and finishing concrete.
Ability to set up and use scaffolding and perform tasks above ground level.
Knowledge of and ability to conform to Facilities Services, University, state, and federal policies and procedures including safety policies such as the EPA, IIPP, Hazardous Materials Communications Program, and The Health and Safety Manual.
Ability to work with a fitted respirator as required.
Must possess excellent communication skills and ability to interact in a positive manner with the campus community, including students, building managers, academic personnel, and craft personnel, in a multi-cultural environment.
Ability to track jobs to completion and prioritize requirements; able to work and support project schedules to minimize interference with others.
Must be able to read information from equipment manufacturers' manuals, service requests, layout sketches, blueprints, appropriate state and local government codes, trade-specific manuals and practices, and to determine how the fixture or equipment should perform.
Knowledge of relevant building codes and regulations.
Ability to communicate clearly over the telephone and two-way radio.
Ability to execute all job assignments in a timely manner.
Adhere to Facilities Services' work rules and Code of Conduct.
Employee is personally responsible for following health and safety guidelines/instructions.
Salary & Benefits
This is an hourly, non-exempt role. Hourly pay for this position is: $40.86 per hour.
For information on the comprehensive benefits package offered by the University visit:
How to Apply
Please submit your cover letter and resume as a single attachment when applying.
A valid driver's license and DMV check for driving record is required.
This position is governed by the terms and conditions in the agreement for the Skilled Crafts Unit (KB) between the University of California and the Alameda County Building and Construction Trades Council (ACBCTC). The current bargaining agreement manual can be found at:
Employment is contingent upon passing a physical exam.
Conviction History Background
This is a designated position requiring fingerprinting and a background check due to the nature of the job responsibilities. Berkeley does hire people with conviction histories and reviews information received in the context of the job responsibilities. The University reserves the right to make employment contingent upon successful completion of the background check.
Equal Employment Opportunity
The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status. For more information about your rights as an applicant see: http://www.eeoc.gov/employers/upload/poster_screen_reader_optimized.pdf
For the complete University of California nondiscrimination and affirmative action policy see:
US Evansville: Operator Assistant II - Service Operator II Cementing
We are looking for the right people — people who want to innovate, achieve, grow and lead. We attract and retain the best talent by investing in our employees and empowering them to develop themselves and their careers. Experience the challenges, rewards and opportunity of working for one of the world's largest providers of products and services to the global energy industry.
Under strict supervision, assists during rigging-up and rigging-down of cementing service equipment on work locations to include spotting of cement storage vessels, pre-mixing of spacer fluids, rigging-up appropriate data monitoring equipment. Learns basic oil well operations including but not limited to: pipe capacities and volume/height math, plug landing pressures, absolute volumes (including total water requirements for job), hydrostatic and differential pressure, resulting forces, balanced plugs, bulk cement blending calculations to include liquid additives and weighted spacers, pressure to reverse, and determining burst and collapse.
Assists in the operation of some or all of the following: cement pumping and mixed equipment, blenders, liquid additive metering systems, centrifugal pumps, data acquisition systems, Automatic Density Control (ADC) systems, bulk cement blending, delivery, and storage systems, manifold equipment, and cementing plug releasing tools. Assists in the performance of pre-trip and post-trip vehicle inspections and associated paperwork/reports. Understands hazardous materials, job, wash up and discharge procedures.
Verifies correct line up of valves on bulk systems and surface manifold equipment. Job tasks, correctly performed, have minimal impact upon the viability of the organization. Error is readily ascertainable by the supervisor and can be corrected.
Skills are typically acquired through successful completion of high school or similar education and 3-6 months of experience as an Operator Asst-Cementing I. Licensure to drive commercial equipment may be required. May require I-Learn courses:
Cementing II and Service Tools I. Given the nature of oil field service work, the ability to communicate effectively with others is necessary. Promotes safety awareness and environmental consciousness, and complies with all applicable safety and environmental procedures and regulations.
Ensures compliance with Health, Safety, and Environmental (HSE) regulations and guidelines. Promotes and takes an active part in quality improvement processes.
Halliburton is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
6900 Nugget Rd, Evansville, Wyoming, 82636, United States
Requisition Number: 69986
Experience Level: Entry-Level
Job Family: Operations
Product Service Line: Cementing
Full Time / Part Time: Full Time
Additional Locations for this position:
Compensation is competitive and commensurate with experience.
Nearest Major Market: Wyoming
Nearest Secondary Market: Casper
Job Segment: Equipment Operator, Field Service, Manufacturing
Equipment Operator 4 - 20018165
Guided by the agency's mission "To reduce recidivism among those we touch," the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction is looking for a dedicated security-minded equipment operator professional to assume the responsibilities of a Equipment Operator 4.
This is a reposting. You must reapply to be considered.
This position shall be filled in accordance with the provision of the OCSEA/AFSCME Collective Bargaining Agreement. ODRC bargaining unit members have selection rights before non-bargaining unit members. All other applications will only be considered if an internal bargaining unit applicant is not selected for this position.
Updates/changes to your application submission can be made while the posting is open by logging into your profile and editing the application. After the posting closes, no changes can be made.
This position works under general supervision and requires through knowledge of safety practices pertaining to and skill in operation of heaviest equipment for construction and maintenance operations in order to operate heaviest motorized equipment: Provides transportation of heavy equipment to/from Ohio Penal Industries (OPI) construction sites.
Transports OPI products from institutional shops to other OPI shops and Central Distribution Center (CDC) warehouse
Transports livestock and grain to/from stockyards and grain elevators as directed
Operates gasoline or diesel powered vehicles (e.g., tractor trailers, heavy equipment and straight trucks) to pick up and deliver products or materials in liquid, lose or packaged form throughout the state of Ohio
Inspects vehicles for defects before and after trips
Maintains pre-arranged time schedules and reports unnecessary time delays to supervisors immediately
Maintains cleanliness of vehicles assigned; ensures vehicle is free of litter and dirt at the end of each shift
Operates any combination of heaviest types of construction equipment (e.g., 10 ton backhoe, 35 ton wheeled hydraulic boom, 10 ton crawler, 18 ton dozer, heavy crawler & truck mounted excavator, gradall 44,000 pounds and over, tractor trailer with gross vehicle weight of 36,500 pounds or more, fire plow, truck trailer over 50,000 pounds), to excavate and grade ditches, contain wildfires, construct and maintain roads and bridges, dig channels, load and/or haul heavy equipment and materials, clean waterways and/or perform similar operations
Operates any or all equipment operated by lower-level equipment operators as needed within OPI; operates Demolition equipment with 1,200 pound hammer and 90,000 lb. diesel track hoe & front loader to excavate and grade ditches, dig channels, load heavy materials, and deconstruct old similar operations
Loads and unloads vehicles as necessary
Supervises inmates to load and unload trucks
Checks for correct quantities and condition of livestock/merchandise against computer generated, manual and handwritten receiving and delivery receipts; pads, stacks and secures items in position to prevent damage in transit
Ensures prompt delivery by following a pre-arranged delivery schedule
Deals with customers in a courteous and professional manner
Attends meetings, trainings and conferences
May give presentations and conduct training
Responds both verbally and in writing to questions and concerns
Formal education in arithmetic to include fractions, decimals & percentages & to read, write & speak common English vocabulary; 6 mos. trg. or 6 mos. exp. in operation of heavy construction equipment (e.g., 10 ton crawler, large cranes, 10 ton backhoe, 18 ton dozer, over 44,000 pound gradall, truck mounted excavator) & related safety practices; valid commercial driver's license; in addition, for positions in Department of Natural Resources, Division of Forestry Wildfire Program only, must successfully complete Basic Firefighter Introduction to Fire Behavior Course (S-130/S-190). -Or equivalent of Minimum Class Qualifications For Employment noted above.
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