Incinerator Operator Ii Job Description Sample
Operations Supervisor, Incinerator
Job Description: We are currently seeking an Operations Supervisor to ensure that the directives of the company and facility manager are followed with regards to establishing, monitoring, and maintaining process productivity and efficiencies on each of the operating shift at the in-cinerator plant.
Monitors and ensures that regulatory and safety compliance polices are strictly adhered to. Fosters a One Team, One Goal production culture.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
Ensure the incinerator employees and shift leads maintain productivity standards in all phases of their operations. Review shift productivity to identify maximum efficiencies and operational opportunities. Manages all Incineration personnel and insure they perform their tasks safely while utilizing all PPE and other safety equipment at all times.
Manages and maintains regulatory compliance within the plant and plant yard. Maintain orders incinerator processing supplies consisting of PPE, uniforms, cleaning material, processing chemicals, etc., to ensure that adequate inventories are always available. Initiate actions to assure timely resolution of identified hazards or unsafe conditions or practices.
Responsible for the hiring, training and development of Incineration personnel. This also includes insuring that all monthly and other required employee training, including safety and compliance training is maintained and up to date. Manages and maintains a high standard of operational excellence in order to maintain a high level of customer satisfaction, either internally or externally.
Coordinate customer needs by adhering to a defined processing schedule. Interface proactively with personnel to achieve business goals. Performs facility audits, review of all applicable regulatory paperwork, e.g., Title V or other permit or company specific records, etc.). Manages and monitors daily performance of incinerator employees, directly or within guidance, providing feedback (including growth opportunities).
Influence hiring and firing decisions and disciplinary procedures. Assist in resolving plant problems and issues between sales, drivers, and plant/maintenance team.
Works with Facility Manager to ensure budget compliance for the operation of the plant process. Coordinates with maintenance concerning shutdown scheduling and maintenance needs.
Works directly with the Facility Manager and the Maintenance Manager to identify opportunities for operational improvements as well as identifying short term and long-term opportunities. Vigorously supports Stericycle's commitment to safety, compliance, corporate cultural initiatives, and supports all policies and procedures as established within the policies and procedures manual.
Working with incineration shift leads, manages and schedules employee vacation and backfills as needed. Performs other related duties as required or requested.
Education equivalent to graduation from High school, or has attained GED. Two or more years of related experience or training, or combination of experience and training, demonstrating strong communication skills and tact in providing superior service in a variety of settings and situations.
Two or more years of industry related experience as a supervisor or the equivalent in related work experience (management). Must be flexible, goal orientated, results driven, focused, and have the ability to meet goals and deadlines on a consistent basis. Demonstrates knowledge of barcode scanning and basic computer skills.
Demonstrates knowledge of Lockout/Tag Out and confined space entry principles to insure compliance and safety of Incineration, maintenance, and contractor Personnel. Preferred experience with incinerators or similar high temperature process equipment/systems operation, including pollution control equipment and systems, Baghouse, wet scrubber, acid absorber, and carbon beds. Demonstrates knowledge of boiler operation, including boiler chemical usage, DA tank, Boiler Feed Water Pumps, and other aspects of boiler operation.
Experience with steam turbine and generator operation would be a plus. Must have experience with managing the use of forklifts, Demonstrates knowledge of computer software applications including Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Word. Demonstrates knowledge of Hazardous Materials and OSHA Regulations.
Demonstrates the ability to operate a powered industrial truck, e.g., forklift. Roll-off truck, and yard dog.
Must possess ability to operate company non-commercial vehicle. Must be able to work in extreme environmental conditions. Activities occur inside and outside.
Must be able to tolerate extreme heat and cold. Temperatures above 100 degrees F for periods of more than one hour. (South and Southeastern part of the country). Temperatures below 32 degrees F for period of more than one hour. (North and Northeast part of the country).
Must be able to work any scheduled shift during a 24-hour work day; 7 days per week, as needed, to monitor, train, address issues, or cover specific shift. Must be able to travel. Travel varies in frequency and duration.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.
United States Prudhoe Bay: Operator Assistant II - To Service Operator II Slickline
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.
We bring out the best in wells and people. Develop a range of well rig-up and rig-down skills as a Level II Operator Assistant in our Slickline Division.
Assist in the assembly- preparation of equipment for installation and service. Take an active role in the running of a job and in the clean-up, repair and preparation for the next job. Learn to maintain, clean and perform preventative maintenance on down-hole and surface slickline equipment.
Become proficient at assembling of down-hole well slickline tools. Assist in the performance of pre- and post-job vehicle and equipment inspections and associated paperwork and/or reports. Get out there and enjoy the great outdoors - and a world of rewards. A high school diploma or equivalent and minimum six months experience as a Slickline Operator Assistant or related oilfield experience are required for the job.
Halliburton is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Pouch 340026, Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, 99734, United States
Requisition Number: 52773
Experience Level: Entry-Level
Job Family: Operations
Product Service Line: Wireline and Perforating
Full Time / Part Time: Full Time
Additional Locations for this position:
Compensation is competitive and commensurate with experience.
Nearest Major Market: Alaska
Nearest Secondary Market: Fairbanks
Job Segment: Equipment Operator, Manufacturing
Process Operator II - Preweigh Operator
1st and 2nd shift
Maintain a clean, safe and orderly work environment by properly identifying and storing ingredients, supplies and products as directed by supervisors and efficiently using various hand tools and equipment.
Read and follow the daily production schedule and instructions, prepare packaging materials by retrieving items form storage, applying labels to containers, setting up and loading filling machines, stacking and palletizing products operating various automatic and manual packaging machines, scales and printing devices, industrial lift trucks, pallet jacks and other material handling equipment.
Prepare ingredients according to production schedule and instructions for blending and compounding using various tools and measuring devices, included but not limited to: digital/manual scales, pumps, and hand scoops, buckets, bags, supersacks and pallets. Operate various processing equipment designed to break up, grind, mix, transport, or otherwise prepare ingredients for final processing
Assist other operators as directed.
Telecommunication Operator II C2/ Telecommuncation Operator II C2C
Receive, evaluate and transmit information via telephone and multi-channel radio that frequently involves emergency and critical situations affecting human welfare and safety; dispatch city emergency forces and/or other resource agencies, in accordance with prescribed procedures, often requiring immediate independent judgment; utilize computer-aided dispatch and other computer systems; maintain access to and security of highly sensitive materials and information; monitor unit response and progress and provide additional support and resources as needed; perform multiple activities simultaneously in a high visibility setting; work with frequent interruption in a framework of rules, procedures and regulations and perform technical tasks relative to assigned area of responsibility.
This is a safety sensitive position subject to random drug/alcohol testing.
Telecommunication Operator II C2 (Non-Certified)
$18.28 - $19.82 Hourly
Telecommunication Operator II C2C (Certified) Possess a valid New Mexico Department of Public Safety Telecommunicator Certification
$19.28 - $20.82 Hourly
Job descriptions are intended to present a general list of tasks/duties performed by employees within this job classification. Job Descriptions are not intended to reflect all duties performed within the job.
Minimum Education, Experience And Additional Requirements
Related education and experience may be interchangeable on a year for year basis.
High school diploma or GED, plus thirty (30) credit hours of college level course work in communications, criminal justice, business or related field, plus two (2) years of receiving and processing customer service calls and/or radio communications experience. Law enforcement or fire agency telecommunications experience preferred.
Must possess a valid certified typing test issued by a state agency, county agency or an accredited educational institution with a minimum score of forty (40) net WPM. The typing test must have occurred within the last 12 months. Local typing tests may be taken Monday - Friday 8am to 3:30pm at the following locations: NM Workforce Connection, 501 Mountain Rd NE, Albuquerque, NM 87102 OR Sandoval Workforce Connection, 301 Rail Runner Ave, Bernalillo, NM 87004.
Must pass Drug Test, Hearing Test, Criminal Records check, and Background check.
Must be able to work holidays, weekends, irregular hours and shift work may be required with possible extension of shift hours, at times with short notice.
Possession of National Incident Management System (NIMS) Certification preferred.
Possession of National Crime Information Center (NCIC) Certification within one (1) year from date of hire.
One (1) year probationary period is required for this position.
For Telecommunication Operator IIC2 (Non-Certified): Possession of a New Mexico Department of Public Safety Telecommunicator Certification within one (1) year from date of hire.
For Telecommunication Operator IIC2C (Certified): Certified: Possession of a New Mexico Department of Public Safety Telecommunicator Certification.
Rules and regulations governing the operation of communications radio transmittal and receiving system
Principles and procedures of radio broadcasting and communications
Principles and procedures used in operating 9-1-1 systems
General law enforcement codes, practices and methods
Modern office procedures, methods and computer equipment and operations
Effective decision making/problem solving based on a limited amount of information in crisis or emergency situations
Business English, spelling, grammar and punctuation required to compose and proofread written documents
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rules and regulations covering the use of radio transmitters and receivers
Preferred Skills & Abilities
Read a city map
Maintain security and confidentiality of information
Operate emergency communication system and radio transmitting equipment
Work under pressure, exercise good judgment and make sound decisions in emergency situations
Effectively communicate with and elicit information from citizens in traumatic or crisis situations
Draw reasonable conclusions from information that may be conveyed by citizens in a disjointed manner
Perform multiple tasks simultaneously
Maintain an accurate typing speed of forty (40) WPM
Operate a computer terminal, teletype and other office equipment
Understand and follow oral and written instruction
Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing
Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the course of work
Maintain mental capacity and alertness, which allows for effective interaction and communication with others
Memorize, retain, and accurately recall information and codes
Maintain emotional control and work effectively during emergencies, crisis situations, or extremely stressful conditions
Perform the essential functions of the job with or without reasonable accommodation
Maintain physical condition appropriate to the performance of assigned duties and responsibilities
Maintain effective audio/visual discrimination and perception to the degree necessary for the successful performance of assigned duties
Production Operator II Stress Relieve Oven Operator
TE Connectivity Ltd., is a $13 billion global technology and manufacturing leader creating a safer, sustainable, productive, and connected future. For more than 75 years, our connectivity and sensor solutions, proven in the harshest environments, have enabled advancements in transportation, industrial applications, medical technology, energy, data communications, and the home. With 78,000 employees, including more than 7,000 engineers, working alongside customers in nearly 150 countries, TE ensures that EVERY CONNECTION COUNTS. Learn more at www.te.com and on LinkedIn, Facebook, WeChat and Twitter.
As today's homes are becoming more connected, TE Appliances continues to dedicate resources to develop innovative connectivity solutions to support the most capable and complex home appliances in the market. TE Appliance products can be found in home applications consumers use on a daily basis- large and small- and continue to provide the best solutions for always-on connectivity needed for the home of today and tomorrow. Our customers partner with us as we are able to provide a broad range of connectivity and sensor solutions for home appliances, lighting, HVAC, security, and many more applications.
Production Operator II (Stress Relieve Oven Operator)
TE Connectivity's Manufacturing/Production Teams transform raw materials into finished goods and ensure component flow. They perform changeovers and setups according to production schedule, perform quality checks according to established processes and document the results as required by our quality procedures. Every team member is responsible for maintaining housekeeping and organization of the work area as well as following TE Connectivity's EH&S policies and procedures.
Responsibilities & Qualifications
Operate, load, and unload product from the stress relief oven
Must posses the ability to coordinate and move product from one department to another
Operate pallet jacks, overhead crane and other material handling devices
Education / Experience:
Ability to push and pull over 35 lbs
Must be in current position for one year
Basic arithmetic and the ability to work with alpha-numeric part numbers
Physical requirements include being able to lift 35-40 lbs and move racks of product weighing 700 lbs.
Basic knowledge of materials, heat treat, and stress relieving process is helpful.
Must be able to lift a minimum of 33 lbs safely & dependably
Must be able to push a minimum of 60 lbs safely & dependably
Must be able to pull a minimum of 52 lbs safely & dependably
Frequent standing and / or walking is required in this job
For questions or additional information, please see Human Resources.
- This description provides the general nature and level of work performed. This posting is not intended to be an exhaustive list
of duties, responsibilities, or qualifications assigned to the job.
- Values: Integrity, Accountability,Teamwork, Innovation
Nearest Major Market: Harrisburg
Job Segment: Industrial, Developer, Equipment Operator, HVAC, Web Design, Manufacturing, Technology, Creative, Operations
Asphalt Plant Operator II
The City of Norfolk's Department of Public Works is currently seeking an experienced Asphalt Plant Operator II the Streets and Bridges Division. The Asphalt Plant Operator II will be responsible for operating and maintaining the City's asphalt plant in accordance with all Federal, State, and local laws. Work involves designing, mixing, and performing various tests on asphalt blends, and performing major and minor repairs and maintenance on the plant, facility buildings, and construction equipment.
The Department of Public Works builds, maintains and operates the physical facilities that support and enhance the lives of Norfolk's citizens, businesses and visitors, including the City's Street Network, Traffic Management System, Storm Water System, Waste Management and Recycling Systems.
Essential functions include, but are not limited to:
Monitors the operation and maintenance of the asphalt plant and construction equipment by determining the proper quantities of materials needed to produce asphalt, adjusting controls to regulate the flow of materials, and maintaining the speed of systems.
Ensures the plant is operating at the proper temperature and ensures the plant is operating in accordance with the law.
Performs repairs on compressors, motors, belts, and performs preventative maintenance, such as greasing the corrosion control.
Assists the yard crew with the repair of heavy construction equipment, portable equipment, and vehicles.
Supervises the loading of asphalt and AC 20 onto trucks and trailers by ensuring the spill prevention is in place during off loading, monitoring inventory and ordering AC 20, signing for receipt of goods, and loading asphalt from the silo to the kettle with a remote system.
Confirms asphalt is mixed according to state specifications by performing daily test in the lab and screening materials to ensure the proper ratio of materials.
Maintains records on asphalt tests and equipment repairs by preparing spreadsheets and reports to track the amount of asphalt produced.
Adheres to the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) permits to include Air Quality Permit, Environmental Storm Water Runoff Permit, and UST/AST permit.
Ensures accurate and timely completion of all daily, weekly, monthly and yearly inspections and reports required by DEQ.
Provides mechanical assistance during weather events by repairing and mounting snow plows and chemical spreaders as well as others recovery duties as assigned.
Work requires knowledge of a specific vocational, administrative, or technical nature which may be obtained with six months/one year of advanced study or training past the high school equivalency. Junior college, vocational, business, technical or correspondence schools are likely sources. Appropriate certification may be awarded upon satisfactory completion of advanced study or training.
Four years experience in asphalt plant operations; or two years' experience with an Asphalt Plant Operations Certification.
The preferred candidate will have the ability to:
Read technical manuals, chemical compositions, and City policy.
Perform general math calculations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
Comprehend basic percentages to calculate quantities of materials used to make asphalt.
Write daily and monthly reports and records.
Additional Information & Requirements
- Valid Driver's License required. (Please note: A current copy of your Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) driving record, obtained within last 30 days, is required at the time of interview.)
- Asphalt Plant Operations Certification must be obtained within one (1) year of employment in the position.
Work Hours: Monday through Friday from 6:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
These positions are classified as Essential and will be required to work 24-hour shifts during periods of inclement weather or other emergencies.
Forklift Operator II Asrs
Performs receiving, shipping, merchandise/material movement duties as well as related documentation responsibilities. Utilizes various documents, computer and RF system applications to complete operational task and data entry.
Utilizes and operates a forklift and material handling equipment safely for the movement of inventories during the process of unloading, staging and loading trailers. Utilizes a forklift to move inventories to conveyors, staging areas and rack storage locations. Performs manual picking functions to consolidate smaller case quantities for shipment preparations.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1.Picks and stacks merchandise for domestic shipments according to picking allocation utilizing RF scanning equipment. Checks part numbers, batch codes, expiration dates, country of origin and case counts that are pulled utilizing PC terminal to access WMS Warehouse Management System to verify specific information regarding merchandise committed to a shipment. Performs cycle count function to ensure inventory accuracy. Ensures that pallets are stacked, wrapped and sleeved securely according shipment specifications.
2.Reviews shipping priority schedules and assigns allocated shipments by priority into the automated EMS Dometic systems to release and deliver inventories to pick / packing locations and staging locations.
3.Prepares shipments for air and ground by stacking pallets in staging racks. Ensures all prepared shipments are packed in proportion to weigh. Ensures all air shipments are over packed, banded and do not exceed the 60" height restriction. Utilizing a forklift, loads trailers according to correct weight distribution and pallet arrangement. Utilizes dunnage materials to secure loads. Verifies pallet identification tags against load sheet and various reports to ensure accuracy and destination of shipments.
4.Checks refrigeration unit in trailers for properly functioning thermostat and adequate refrigerant fuel. Checks for cleanliness and damages of equipment prior to loading. Placards trailers with applicable labels according to hazardous classifications if necessary. Runs various system generated reports to verify all pallets have been packed and located. Supplies all generated shipment documentation to the Shipping Coordinator or Supervisor. Completes shipping related Load Tracking Documentation.
5.Unloads trailers from Manufacturing, both international and domestic vendors, and backhauls. Receives merchandise by verifying purchase order numbers, part numbers, batch codes, country of origin, quantities, descriptions utilizing vendor packing slips. Checks merchandise for damage and documents as applicable. Affixes bar-code to cases and pallets and enters command code to initiate pick-up and storage of pallets by automated guided vehicles.
6.Performs various related duties as assigned such as palletizing merchandise, changing forklift battery and maintaining accurate water levels. Keeps the warehouse area clean and organized. Trained to perform AGV vehicle recovery malfunctions.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Education: High school diploma.
Experience: 3 years warehouse shipping experience.
1.Ability to perform successfully in a team-oriented, time–sensitive, proactive and multi-cultural environment with co-workers and supervision. Must effectively communicate warehouse functions and interpret operational procedures. Must be able to work with minimal direct supervision.
2.Must have organizational and time-management skills to prioritize and work on multiple projects. Must possess excellent problem-solving skills and be results oriented.
3.Must be certified or be knowledgeable in hazardous material packing requirements for land and air by a qualified company or government agency. Must be able to complete, pass and maintain all required training to maintain certifications to properly comply with government regulations.
4.Must continuously demonstrate the ability to safely drive the forklift equipment and be able to maintain forklift certification requirements.
5.Must have the ability to frequently stoop, crouch, kneel, push, pull, and reach in order to check pallets, pick cases and work around product. Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs. in order to move cases.
6.Must have the ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide as demonstrated by successfully passing a math test. Must be able to utilize metric system for weights and measurements.
7.Must be able to use a personal computer to generate product paperwork, labels or reports, and to effectively communicate to others via e-email, and to update and maintain records. Must be able to interact with RF type devices to enable system data gathering.
8.Must be willing to perform other warehouse work functions such as receiving and International functions.
9.Must be able to stand, sit and or walk for extended periods of time.
10. Must be available to work overtime when necessary.
11. All requirements are subject to modification where possible and as necessary.
Allocation Operator II
Allocates and maintains additive inventories related to the Winemaking process.
Receive and log all incoming inventory purchases
Maintain accurate records to ensure compliance with FDA and TTB regulations.
Conduct weekly and month-end inventories and resolve any discrepancies.
Compile reports (daily, monthly) and inventory activity summaries, as needed.
Record and enter into database additive transfers between facilities and chemical disposals.
Calibrate all scales in Allocation area on a daily basis.
Operate truck scales, as necessary (night shift personnel only).
Operate forklift for receiving of additives and storing.
Ability to follow safety policies and procedures.
Notify Inventory Coordinator of any inventory shortages.
Filing of records.
General cleaning in the allocation area
Provide general administrative support for the Inventory Coordinator and Winetracking.
Perform any other related duties as assigned
Cellar environment – standing for long periods of time.
Moderate to loud noise exposure
Must be able to stand for extended periods of time.
Must be able to work long hours during harvest – average of 10-12 hours, 6 days a week.
Ability to lift 60 pounds.
Requirements• High school diploma or GED equivalent required.
Must be 21 years or older (Alcohol)
Valid Driver's License
Ability to understand SDS and follow proper procedures for handling winemaking additives.
Solid math skills and understanding of weights and measures.
Computer skills including MS Office is preferred.
Strong verbal and written communication skills.
Detail oriented and able to prioritize multiple tasks.
Able to work independently with minimal supervision.
Available to work overtime as necessary.
Forklift Certification within 30 business days.
History of responsible use of alcohol and other appropriate conduct, as well as fitness to be licensed, permitted, and/or certified by state and/or local regulatory bodies.
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
Please view Equal Employment Opportunity Posters provided by OFCCP here.
The contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor's legal duty to furnish information. 41 CFR 60-1.35(c)
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Machine Operator II
About Blue Apron
Headquartered in NYC with fulfillment centers in New Jersey, California and Texas, Blue Apron's mission is to make incredible home cooking accessible to everyone—from the novice cook just getting started to the experienced chef. With over 300 employees at our corporate headquarters and just over 5,000 at our fulfillment centers, we send millions of meals to customers with all the pre-measured and perfectly proportioned ingredients they need to prepare delicious and healthy meals at home. We introduce our members to new ingredients, flavors, and cooking techniques with seasonally-inspired recipes that are always delicious, fun and easy to prepare. We make fresher, healthier food available at better prices by rethinking the grocery supply chain from the table all the way back to the farm.
About the Role:
The Machine Operator II, under the direction of the
Automation Specialist and Automation Supervisor, sets up and operates allproduction machinery in accordance with established procedures and guidelines. Additionally,with the support of the Shift Manager and Maintenance Department, helps developand train standard operating procedures. This position will be located in our Linden fulfillment center opening in Spring 2017.
Sets up, calibrates, loads and operates assigned industrial packaging and bottling machinery (Auto-Baggers and Rotary Cup Filler)
Be familiar with the specific product you're working with (i.e. ingredients, spices, flavors) and what packaging material it gets packaged in
Fill out a production report daily indicating quality assurance and gold standard
Maintaining KPI standards of production for output and quality
When required, provide assistance installing and commissioning new equipment
Make minor repairs and adjustments to the machines when needed
Communicate any mechanical issues beyond ability to Automation Supervisor
Properly breaks-down and thoroughly cleans all equipment, as well as resetting for the next shift
Perform duties effectively in a highly diverse teamwork environment
Ability to understand and apply mechanical concepts and principles to solve problems
2-3 years experience operating industrial packaging machinery; food manufacturing experiences a plus
Must have mechanical aptitude and intermediate troubleshooting skills
Ability to uphold safety, food safety, and production quality and freshness standards
Must be able to maintain production pace of equipment
Possess the ability to write routine reports
Be capable of meeting all required testing frequencies (detailed, fast-paced work)
Be capable of operating measuring instruments, such as the weight scale and thermometer
Be capable of performing basic math calculations and use a calculator
Bagger / Automation operation experience
Some PLC / Electronics knowledge
Food industry experience
Self-motivated individual who requires minimal supervision and direction
Ability to work calmly and effectively under pressure
Ability to work in a fast-paced, deadline oriented environment
Must be at least 18 years old
Must be eligible to work in the US
Must satisfactorily complete a background check and drug screen upon offer
Must be able to work weekends, overtime and holidays as required
Essential Job Functions:
Must be able to bend and lift up to 49 pounds repetitively, with or without reasonable accommodation.
Must be able to stand and/or sit for extended periods of time, with or without reasonable accommodation.
Exposure to temperatures that range from freezing to sub-freezing (coolers, freezers, etc.) with or without reasonable accommodation
Must be able to push, pull, squat, bend, and reach above and below shoulders; repetitive use of hands, with or without reasonable accommodation.
Blue Apron is an equal opportunity employer
Distribution Sys Operator II
Title: Distribution Sys Operator II
Company: Tampa Electric Company
Location: Energy Control Center
State and City: Florida - Tampa
Shift: 12 Hr. X 7 Days
Recruiter: Marlene D King
This position pays between $68,636 to $91,515 and is based on skills, experience and education of the successful candidate.
This position is offering a $4,000.00 relocation bonus Please contact Marlene King in Recruitment & Staffing for more details.
Must work a rotating schedule which covers 24 hours per day, 7 days a week.
Significant overtime is required.
Job is performed indoors in an office environment.
Must be able to work in high stress situations.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS & REQUIREMENTS
- Position requires working extended hours and shifts can involve more than five consecutive days crossing over pay periods.
Responsible for analyzing, coordinating, dispatching and documenting trouble, and switching tasks and using independent judgement to responsibly direct field personnel to respond to system problems, customer problems and requests within Tampa Electric's distribution system.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Assure that safety awareness is a way of life by verifying actual circuit configurations by checking primary maps, Outage Management System (OMS) information, and through clear and concise radio and/or phone communication with field forces before issuing green hold tags and/or switching instructions. Monitor location of field forces throughout the shift, and make sure that they are in the clear while working in an area or on a circuit that has experienced a circuit operation or other anomaly. Assure that switching, tagging, and other information and instructions are received correctly over the radio and/or phone by requiring that field forces repeat the information and instructions given.
Monitor the OMS, and CAD for information and alarms to recognize present and potential customer problems, outages or trouble with the distribution system, and use judgment to take appropriate actions to deploy field forces to resolve.
Use customer information, location and type of damage, primary circuit maps, OMS, Energy Management System (EMS), and other resources to analyze trouble tickets, determine the problem and responsibly direct field personnel with appropriate action to resolve.
Document results of field visits to trouble call locations and report all unusual electrical system and customer problems to the DSO Supervisor/Manager.
Coordinate and responsibly direct service area crews as needed to resolve system and/or Customer problems during normal/abnormal hours and storm conditions.
Receive and enter customer calls into OMS as needed to support Customer Inquiry during abnormal hours, and use current cut-off information and CRM to determine whether and under what conditions to restore service.
Communicate with mapping services to maintain circuit maps and perform other duties as assigned by the DSO supervisor, System Service.
Receive requests for clearance and, using independent judgment, responsibly direct field personnel over radio, telephone or in writing. Perform, document, and file appropriate switching, tagging and issuing of clearance and hold tags using one-line diagrams, primary circuit maps, OMS and EMS.
Decide the appropriate response and utilize automated call-out program to call-in crews for emergency work. Call-out Troublemen, other DSOs, and Supervisors, as needed during emergencies.
Research, install and remove green and pre-green hold tags. (25%)
May assist DSO III on projects of a highly technical nature related to writing and issuing substation, DUCD, Network, and airport and load transfer switching.
Minimum of a valid high school diploma or valid GED
Related College or technical degree, in accordance with TECO Education policy is preferred
Must successfully complete the DSO Training Program which consists of Training manuals and tests along with on the job training.
Lineman and/or Substation Electrician certificate preferred
Required: Experience in one of the following is required:
Minimum four years of experience as an Electric Delivery Journeyman Lineman, Troubleman, or Substation Electrician;
Minimum eight years of related Electric Delivery experience at the journeyman level or above: Examples of related experience include: Cable Splicer, Distribution Design Technician, or Planner/Scheduler;
Minimum of four years of related engineering experience in an electric utility; Up to one year of work experience credit may be granted for attainment of a PE license;
Minimum of three years of direct work experience performing the duties & responsibilities of a Distribution System Operator with technical proficiency in originating distribution switching and clearances.
Preferred: Troubleman; Experience using the OMS/CAD, GIS, and/or WorkPro programs
Working knowledge of Tampa Electric or similar electric distribution system;
Must demonstrate sound judgment, and excellent leadership and communication skills;
Ability to read distribution circuit maps;
Computer skills with a working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications
Strong working knowledge of underground and overhead switching;
Ability to Learn, Business & Job Knowledge, Judgment, Leadership versatility, Ownership & Excellence, Produce Results, Teamwork, Work Safely
TECO offers a competitive Benefits package!!
Competitive Salary *401k Savings plan w/ company matching
Paid time off
Paid Holiday time
Medical, Prescription Drug, & Dental Coverage *Tuition Assistance Program
Employee Assistance Program
On-site Fitness Centers
Bonus Plan and more!
STORM DUTY REQUIREMENTS....Please make sure to read below!!! Responding to storms will be considered a condition of employment.
TECO Energy and its companies serve a role in providing critical services to our community during an emergency. Team members are required to participate in the response/recovery activities related to emergencies/disasters to maintain service to our TECO Energy customers. Team members are required to work in their normal job duties or other assigned activities. Proper compensation will be made in accordance with the company's rules and procedures.
TECO Energy is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.
TECO Energy is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by law, except where physical or mental abilities are a bona fide occupational requirement and the individual is unable to perform the essential functions of the position with reasonable accommodations.
In order to provide equal employment and advancement opportunities for all individuals, employment decisions at TECO Energy will be based on skills, knowledge, qualifications and abilities.
It is the policy of TECO Energy to provide reasonable accommodation for all qualified disabled individuals who are employees and applicants for employment, unless it would cause undue hardship. The corporation will adhere to applicable federal and state laws, regulations and guidelines, including, but not limited to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 and section 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1970s.
Applicants may request reasonable accommodation in the application process five business days prior to the time accommodation is needed.
Pre-employment physical exams may be required for positions with bona fide job-related physical requirements regardless of disability.
Nearest Major Market: Tampa
Job Segment: Distribution, Electrical, Engineer, Electrician, CAD, Operations, Engineering
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