Paraffin Plant Operator Job Description Sample
Plant Operator - Ramsey Gas Plant
This position is for a Plant Operator located in Anadarko's Delaware Basin as a member of the Midstream Plant Ops Team at the Ramsey Gas Plant in Orla, TX.
The ideal candidate for this position should possess the following minimum qualifications:
Minimum 1 year experience in oil and gas production operations preferred
Working knowledge of the oil and gas industry
Ability to work effectively in a team-focused environment
Strong interpersonal and communication skills
Basic computer skills required
Adhere to and enforce all applicable company, state, and federal safety and environmental regulations
Execute startup, shut down and operating procedures for compressors, furnaces, distillation towers, expanders, electric motors, fans, pumps, instrumentation, valves and alarms
Analyze flow streams using a gas chromatograph and make necessary process adjustments to maintain product specifications
Perform minor maintenance of compressors, engines, pumps, controls, piping and valves
Generate daily production reports including liquid production, downtime and gas volumes
Test product samples and make adjustments to preserve product quality and proper specifications
Coordinate and oversee the transfer of liquid products
Work outside in variable environmental conditions around heavy equipment
High school diploma or equivalent required.
Candidate must possess a valid driver's license with no restrictions that would prohibit driving a company vehicle.
This position may be eligible for domestic relocation.
The percentage of travel required for this position is 0- 10%.
This position is on a shift schedule and may require the candidate to work overtime, weekends, and holidays.
Candidate must live within 75 miles of Orla, TX.
Anadarko does not offer sponsorship of employment-based non-immigrant visa petitions for this role.
Operating Engineer Industrial Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator
Essential Duties and responsibilities include the following.Other duties as assigned.
Perform plumbing repairs, minor to mid-level installations and routine service work.
Performs technical knowledge and general maintenance work on a variety Industrial Waste Water, Reverse Osmosis and Deionized Water, such as pH probes, pH Meters, Resistivity Meter, Pumps, Motors, and Pneumatics.
Complete preventive maintenance (PM's) as assigned including performing general maintenance and repairs when on weekend coverage or special circumstances.
Assist senior mechanics with more complex tasks or major repairs/modifications.
Availability to work overtime (both schedule and emergency), after hours, (early morning or late night), weekends and holidays as required.
Overview / Responsibilities
Operate Industrial Waste Water Treatment Plant, Reverse Osmosis and Deionized Water operations in accordance with procedures.
Ability to make good observations and record them carefully.
Perform more complex collection of field and/or laboratory data.
Perform more complex laboratory test.
Writes routine field reports with minimal supervision; contributes to writing complex reports, including monthly reports.
Prepares work orders for repairs and requisitions for replacement of equipment and annual outside contractor services.
Responsible for meeting assigned tasks deadlines.
Informs immediate supervisor and/or management about problem encountered during work assignments.
Understand, applies and oversees safety requirements in the field.
Additional Tasks and Responsibilities
Assist in other non-technical projects as appropriate.
Assist and observe contractor work on annual calibration of all Industrial Waste Water, Reverse Osmosis and Deionized Water pH probes and meter, level indicators and bubblers, flow meters.
May Coordinate/direct the work of Field Technicians.
May assist in training personnel on the use of field equipment or collection of field and/or laboratory data.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed be below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required.
Education & Experience
High school diploma or general equivalency degree (GED)
Knowledge and experience with hand tools and test equipment.
Ability to read and interpret basic layout drawings, systems drawings and manufacturers' equipment specifications.
Knowledge of standard and maintenance practices.
- Ability to write simple correspondence.
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations
- Attend all scheduled safety training offered and scheduled by management.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by the employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the job.
While performing the duties of the job, the employee is frequently required to stand; walk; sit; use hand to fingers; handle or feel; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl; talk or hear; and taste or smell. The employee must occasionally lift heavy objects, recognize their capabilities, and when to get assistance. Specific vision abilities require by this job includes close vision, distance vision, color vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus.
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.
While performing this job, the employee could be exposed to wet and/or humid condition; moving mechanical parts; high, precarious places; outside weather conditions; risk of electrical shock. Arc blast and vibration; and chemical spills.
The employee must wear appropriate PPE to mitigate the effects of such conditions and events.
The noise level in the work environment can be loud and ear protection may be required.
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Cleaning Plant Operator
The Cleaning Plant Operator is in charge of overseeing all production areas of the cleaning process. Monitors equipment and machinery on multiple floors. Goal is to have the cleanest product outcome possible.
Skills and Abilities
Physical and / or mental requirements)
- Must be capable of learning all stages of product cleaning.
- Job requires a lot of walking, ability to lift up to 100 lbs, ability to climb ladder and stairs, shoveling and general housekeeping.
- Computer, hand tools, shovels, brooms. Rice cleaning equipment.
- Exposure to hot and cold weather, noise, and dust.
- Must work rotating shifts to cover 24/7 operation
- Must be familiar with and use proper PPE in performing daily job tasks.
- Accurately control product flow to and from designated bins.
- Set up program on computer to start product flow.
- Monitor flow of product through entire RR Cleaning System in order to maintain efficiency and volume throughput.
- Maintains accurate paperwork which reflects daily throughput.
- Monitor every piece of equipment for optimal cleaning efficiency.
- Makes any adjustments to equipment and machinery as needed.
- Do any troubleshooting as needed.
- Does minor mechanical repairs.
- Must be assertive, self-motivated and dependable.
- Coordinates with supervisor and maintenance to schedule repairs when they are needed.
- Must be able to work overtime and weekends as required.
- Requires ability to read and write; good math skills; familiar with computers.
Prior Work Experience
- Previous manufacturing experience is preferred.
Certificates and / or licenses
- Valid Texas Divers License.
- Qualify for TWIC Card.
- Health Insurance-available Immediately
- Dental Plan
- Vision Plan
- Group Life/AD&D Plan
- Supplemental Life/A&D Plan
- 10 Paid Holidays
- Vacation (begins accruing immediately)
- PTO accruing day one
- 401K Plan-55% company match up to 6%
- Short term disability
Water Quality Control Plant Operator I/Ii
3/14/2019 at 5pm or until 100 applicants
About South San Francisco
The City of South San Francisco proudly remains The Industrial City, a reflection of its steel mill and ship building past, redefined to reflect the innovative, entrepreneurial and industrious spirit which has made South San Francisco the Biotech Capital of the World, with 209 active biotech companies and growing. South San Francisco is at the forefront of biomedical research occupying over 11 million square feet of office/R&D facilities. This brings the City roughly 45,000 highly-skilled workers during the day, and also business visitors to the region.
A vibrant community of 65,710 residents, South San Francisco enjoys a high quality of life with an extensive public parks system, active library and learning programming and a dynamic, engaged community making South San Francisco a great place to live, learn, work and play. www.ssf.net. City departments include:
Police, Fire, Parks & Recreation, Public Works, Economic & Community Development, Information Technology, City Attorney, Library, Finance, Communications, Human Resources and the Office of the City Manager. The City has a Council-City Manager form of governments and a staff of over 400 full- and part-time employees.
South San Francisco is strategically located on the west shore of the San Francisco Bay, in northern San Mateo County, 10 miles south of San Francisco. This City is also located along the Bay Area's main transportation routes, included 101, 280, Caltrain, BART and the San Francisco International airport.
Offering excellent benefits.
The City of South San Francisco offers an attractive benefit package which includes a retirement plan. The City of South San Francisco is an equal opportunity employer, cultivates a progressive work environment to recruit, develop, and maintain the most highly qualified, diverse workforce to serve the people of South San Francisco.
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195 Belle Air Road South San Francisco, CA, 94080
Applications are being accepted for the position of Water Quality Control Plant Operator I/II with the City of South San Francisco
Application Deadline: March 14, 2019 @ 5 p.m. or upon receipt of the first 100 applicants, whichever occurs first
The City of South San Francisco is a fully independent and highly commercialized full-service City with an estimated population of 65,710 growing to 100,000 during business hours. City departments include:
Police, Fire; Parks and Recreation, Public Works, Economic and Community Development, City Attorney, Library, Finance, Information Technology, Human Resources, City Clerk, and Office of the City Manager. The City has a Council-City Manager form of government with more than 400 full-and part-time employees.
THE WATER QUALITY CONTROL PLANT:
The Water Quality Control Plant (WQCP) processes wastewater discharge for the cities of South San Francisco, San Bruno and the Town of Colma. The Water Quality Control Plant is a division of the Public Works Department staffed by 38 employees including: Plant Superintendent and Assistant Plant Superintendent of WQCP; Maintenance, Laboratory and Environment Compliance Supervisors; Senior Chemist; Chemist; Lead Plant Mechanics; Plant Mechanics; Lead Plant Operators; Plant Operators; Electricians; Senior Environmental Compliance Inspector; Environmental Compliance Inspectors, Utility Workers, and two Administrative Assistants.
Depending on the certification level of eligible candidates, the position may be filled as a Plant Operator I or Plant Operator II.
Operator I - this class represents the entry level for the Plant Operator series where incumbents may be assigned increasingly responsible duties with the expectation of eventually promoting to the journey level class of Plant Operator II. This class is distinguished from the Plant Operator II by the performance of the more routine tasks and duties assigned to positions. Since the class is typically used as a training class, employees may have limited or no directly related work experience.
Operator II - this class is a journey level within the Plant Operator series. Employees within this class are distinguished from the Plant Operator I by the performance of the full range of duties as assigned.
Positions assigned to this class are required to have complete working knowledge of water quality control plant operations and are expected to carry out assigned duties and responsibilities with minimal supervision. Employees at this level receive only occasional instruction or assistance as new or unusual situations arise and are fully aware of the operating procedures and policies of the work unit.
The process will first consist of a review of application material. A resume may be included but does not substitute for a completed application.
A fully completed application (do not put "see resume") and supplemental questionnaire are required to be considered for this position. The highly suitable and qualified candidates will be invited to participate in the next selection process of an oral interview panel (weighted at 100%) tentatively scheduled for March 28, 2019. Possession of minimal qualifications does not guarantee advancement in the selection process and placement on the eligible employment list.
The eligible list will be used for the appointment of the position. Top scoring candidates will be invited to the next phase of the selection process which is a departmental interview.
Appeals concerning administration of an examination must be submitted in writing within two (2) business days from the date the event occurred.
Prior to a conditional employment offer being made, a thorough background check will be completed, including a fingerprint check. At the time employment is offered, applicants must be able to furnish proof of legal right to work within the United States.
This general announcement is subject to change. It does not constitute an expressed or implied contract.
To review the complete job descriptions that include all special requirements, visit the City's website at www.ssf.net
Experience and Training
Any combination of experience and training that would provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities would be qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge, skills, and abilities would be:
Experience: One year of experience performing duties involving the operation and minor maintenance of mechanical equipment.
Education: Equivalent to graduation from high school.
Licenses and Certificates: All licenses and certificates must be maintained as a condition of employment.
Possession of or ability to obtain, and maintain an appropriate, valid California driver's license and a satisfactory driving record.
Employees are designated as operators-in-training upon employment and are expected to obtain and maintain a Grade I Certification as issued by the State Water Resources Control Board by the end of the probationary period.
Possession of, or ability to obtain and maintain, a Forklift Operator's certification by the end of the probationary period.
Possession of, or ability to obtain and maintain, a Confined Space Certification by the end of the probationary period.
Ability to obtain and maintain CPR/First Aid certification.
Ability to obtain and maintain a Hazardous Materials First Responder Certification by the end of the probationary period.
Experience: Two years of experience comparable to a Plant Operator I with the City of South San Francisco.
Education: Equivalent to graduation from high school.
Licenses and Certificates: All licenses and certificates must be maintained as a condition of employment. In addition to the certificates/licenses required for Operator I:
- Possession and maintenance of a California Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator Grade II Certification issued by the State Water Resources Control Board.
Salary: Operator I - $32.35 - $39.33/hour; Operator II - $35.60 - $43.27/hour
Retirement: In compliance to AB 340, CalPERS retirement formula is either 2% at age 60; employee pays approximately 7%, OR 2% at age 62; employee pays approximately 6.5% of pay, depending on the individual's eligibility.
Social Security and Medicare participation; and option to participate in 457 deferred compensation plans. City contributes an equivalent of 1.5% of base pay towards a medical after retirement account.
Health Insurance: City offers choice of medical HMO (two providers) or PPO plan, and offers vision and dental coverage.
City pays 100% of vision and dental premiums for employee and eligible dependents. Employees contribute 10% of the HMO health premium cost based on the category of coverage (single, two, family). For PPO, employee pays additional cost difference between PPO and HMO plans. City provides 100% City-paid short- and long-term disability insurances. The City offers a discretionary benefit account for employees who demonstrate health coverage elsewhere.
Vacation: Fifteen to thirty working days annual vacation, based on the length of service.
Holidays: Fourteen paid holidays per year, including one floating holiday.
Programs: Unreimbursed Medical and Dependent Care Expenses, Long Term Care Plan, Employee Assistance Program, Deferred Compensation, Credit Union, Recreation Classes, and Reduced-fee Child-care Programs are available.
This classification is in an employee bargaining unit.
Deadline: March 14, 2019 @ 5 p.m. or upon receipt of the first 100 applications, or whichever occurs first. Interested candidates are encouraged to apply immediately as posting can close at any time.
DO NOT FORGET to attach a copy of any applicable certificates to your online application.
To be considered for this employment opportunity, you must complete the online application and supplemental questionnaire in their entirety. A resume may be included but does not substitute for a completed application packet - do not put "see resume" on application or supplemental questionnaire, otherwise it will be considered incomplete and will not be considered further.
Applications with "see resume" as a substitution for the work experience description, those with unclear past employment information, or those with insufficient information to evaluate possession of minimum qualifications will not be considered.
Calopps.org: Some email accounts have been known to place these emails in the spam/junk file. Please check your email folders/settings or accept emails ending with calopps.org.
Prior to hire, candidates will be required to successfully complete a pre-employment process, including a pre-employment physical and drug screening (when applicable), a driving record review, reference check, and a Department of Justice (DOJ) fingerprint check. A conviction history will not necessarily disqualify an applicant from appointment.
Candidates requesting veteran's preference must provide a copy of U.S. Government Form DD 214 "Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty" as an attachment to their CalOpps application.
Candidates with a disability who may require special assistance in any phase of the application or testing process should advise the Human Resources Division upon submittal of application. Documentation of the need for accommodation must accompany the request.
The policy of the City of South San Francisco is to grant equal employment opportunity to all qualified persons without regard to race, color, sex, gender, age, religion, ancestry, physical or mental disability, sexual preference, marital status or national origin. It is the intent and desire of the City of South San Francisco that equal employment opportunity will be provided in recruiting, hiring, training, promoting, wages, benefits, and all other privileges, terms and conditions of employment. The City of South San Francisco is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE).
This general announcement is subject to change. It does not constitute an express or implied contract.
Crew Member - Gas Fill Plant Operator
As a Crew Member your will be on your feet all day constantly rotating compressed gas tanks off delivery trucks, into the fill plant, and back out into inventory or onto a truck for delivery. You are part of the team that ensures our customers will get the products they ordered for next day delivery. This is a physical job and will require the person to work outdoors up to 50% of the time.
Schedule: Full-Time (40 hours), Monday – Friday: 9:00am – 5:30pm
- Load & unload delivery trucks
- Sort & organize tanks
- Operate a propane forklift to transport tanks around facility
- Operate filling equipment to fill tanks with correct gas
- Perform maintenance on tanks, pallets and other equipment
- Steel Toe Boots
- Able to move 200 - 300lbs
- Able to lift up to 75lbs
- Mechanically inclined
- Prior experience in an outdoor job or running your own business
- Forklift driving
Treatment Plant Operator 1 - Water Production
The City of Pearland's Water Production division invites you to pursue a rewarding career as a Treatment Plant Operator I. Our employees pride themselves on being a leader in providing our community with a quality water supply by assisting in the operation of water production plants to control the flow and processing of water.
Regular and timely attendance at work.
Assists and follows directives of the Supervisor.
Monitors control panels and adjusts valves and gates manually or by remote control to regulate flow of sewage and/or regulate flow of water.
Observes variations in operating conditions and interprets meter and gauge readings and tests results to determine load requirements.
Starts and stops pumps, engines, and generators to control flow of raw sewage through filtering, settling, aeration, and sludge digestion processes.
Maintains log of operations and records meter and gauge readings.
Collects sewage sample and conducts laboratory tests.
Assists in the collection of water samples and conducts laboratory tests.
Monitors operation of plant and makes necessary changes to keep operating as directed by the Supervisor; maintains compliance with Texas Commission on Environmental Quality regulations and permit requirements.
Operates and maintains power generating equipment to provide electricity for plant.
Serves as "essential personnel" and remain available for immediate call-in due to any natural or man made disaster, or any other event the Director of Public Works, Assistant City Manager, or the City Manager deem necessary.
Contributes to team effort by performing other related duties as assigned.
Education, Experience, and Licenses:
High school diploma or equivalent (GED) is required.
Two (2) years related experience in Water Collection, and Water Safety.
TCEQ Class "C" Ground Water State Certification required or the ability to obtain the certification in 18 months after hire date for Water Production position.
Valid, Class "C" Texas Driver's License is required.
Boiler Plant Floor Operator 3 12Hr Shifts
United States of America - Connecticut, Groton
AECOM is seekingmid-level Boiler Plant Floor Operators for our pharmaceutical facility operations & maintenance team in Groton, CT!
To ensure 24/7 coverage, these positions work 12-hour shifts on a schedule rotation of 4 days on and 3 days off.
We offer comprehensive training, upward mobility, and challenging assignments every day!
Come join our team!
These facility maintenance techniciansprovidean intermediate level of expertise in troubleshooting, repairing, and performing preventive maintenance on the central power plant equipment and facilities. Equipment includes, but is not limited to: feed water systems, industrial chillers and related controls systems, and associated distributed utilities.
Demonstrates competencies in raw water, softener, treated water, condensate, boilers, turbine generators, air systems, boiler water chemistries, cooling towers, and chillwater maintenance functions.
Executes and ensures compliance with safety programs related to the boiler plant.
Maintains up-to-date knowledge of safety procedures related to the boiler plant.
Understands and troubleshoots mechanical equipment through visual inspections, control system readings, gauges and instruments.
Understands and complies with all Environmental, Safety and Health (ES&H) programs and procedures.
Effectively communicates with the site management team and the customer to understand requirements, solve complex problems, and provide solutions to plant problems.
Understands predictive maintenance methods and implements processes to identify and repair equipment prior to failures occurring.
Analyzes problems, recommends solutions, and initiates repairs.
Read and interpret work from drawings, written work orders, sketches, blueprints, and technical manuals.
Perform preventive maintenance as scheduled in the Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS).
Recommends measures to improve maintenance methods and equipment performance.
Safely performs functions of the position including following proper company safety guidelines, such as lockout/tagout, confined space, and hot work procedures, and wearing PPE as required.
Demonstrates attention to detail, good comprehensive and analytical skills, and excellent organizational skills.
Maintains a strict schedule in order to be successful in the assignment, yet demonstrates flexibility in the day-to-day activities and scheduling for the benefit of the customer.
Other duties as assigned by Manager or Supervisor.
Within AECOM, our group provides facilities and production maintenance services for our clients' industrial, manufacturing, distribution, pharmaceutical, and commercial sites worldwide.
We run our own crews of Production Maintenance Techs, Automation Techs, Industrial Electricians, Maintenance Mechanics, Industrial HVAC Techs, Planner/ Schedulers, Supervisors and safety professionals inside our customers' facilities to keep their infrastructure operating smoothly.
These are full-time, regular positions with AECOM that offer competitive pay and a full benefits package , including
Medical, Dental & Vision insurance
3 weeks of accrued Paid Time Off per calendar year
401k plan with 3% company match
And much more –
And your benefits start the same day you do!
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High School diploma or demonstrated equivalent.
Three years of technical experience in any skilled trade in a residential, commercial, or industrial environment, or demonstrated equivalent combination of education and experience.
Current Connecticut OE2 license, or the ability to obtain within 3 years of employment.
Qualified applicants who are offered a position must pass a pre-employment substance abuse test.
This position may require a valid Driver's License.
This position does not include sponsorship for United States work authorization.
This position will require the ability to obtain a security access badge at our client's location.
This position may require various shifts, weekends, and alternative work schedules.
Requires the ability to stand for prolonged periods and walk extensively throughout the facility during shift.
Requires the flexibility to bend/stoop, squat, twist, crawl, and climb repetitive during shift.
Requires the ability to regularly kneel, work in cramped or confined spaces, or assume uncomfortable or tiring body positions repetitive for shift.
Requires the ability to move in a 90-degree fashion on a repetitive basis for shift.
Requires the ability to stretch/reach on a repetitive basis for shift.
Requires the ability to regularly climb extension ladders, roof ladder, stepladders, stairs, or scaffolding at least 10 times during shift.
Requires the ability to regularly lift up to 100 lbs.
Requires the ability to work at an accelerated pace in emergency conditions, as needed.
Requires the use of a Company/Client approved utility knife.
Requires the ability to differentiate colors pertaining to wire color-coding.
Some tasks will require repetitive wrist movement.
Requires the ability to interact with all clients in a professional and friendly manner despite periods of stress.
Wear steel toe safety shoes, safety glasses, gloves, hard hats and other Personal Protective Equipment as needed.
Cope with demands (stressors) that are associated with the job and/or the work environment so that acceptable levels of performance and overall contribution are maintained.
Associate's degree or equivalent trade school diploma in industrial electrical, mechanical, HVAC, or a related skilled trade.
Ability to read and understand repair manuals, specifications, drawings, and schematic diagrams.
Experience working with heavy industrial or manufacturing plant steam systems, centrifugal chillers, air handling units, cooling towers, air compressors, air dryers, heat exchangers, exhaust systems, pneumatic controls, and building automation control systems.
Experience using a Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS); EAMS experience is a plus.
Experience working with Microsoft Office products (Outlook, Word, and Excel).
Experience interpreting a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Experience with the following equipment: feed water systems, water softener, condensate systems, natural gas and fuel oil fired steam boilers, turbine, air compressors and chemical water treatment.
Current Connecticut S1, S2, D1, D2, or OE2 license.
- May be required to work overtime, variable shifts and 24-hour/7 days a week on-call as needed.
What We Offer
When you join AECOM, you become part of a company that is pioneering the future . Our teams around the world are involved in some of the most cutting-edge and innovative projects and programs of our time, addressing the big challenges of today and shaping the built environment for generations to come. We ensure a workplace that encourages growth, flexibility and creativity, as well as a company culture that champions inclusion, diversity and overall employee well-being through programs supported by company leadership. Our core values define who we are, how we act and what we aspire to, which comes down to not only delivering a better world , but working to "make amazing happen" in each neighborhood, community and city we touch. As an Equal Opportunity Employer, we believe in each person's potential, and we'll help you reach yours.
Job Category Maintenance
Business Line Management Services
Business Group Management Services Group (MS)
Country United States of America
Position Status Full-Time
Requisition/Vacancy No. 208602BR
Clearance Required No
Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.
Plant Operator A-D
Overall Job Objective
Under general supervision, to operate multiple water treatment facilities, to perform routine maintenance and minor repairs of plant equipment, direct the distribution of treated water through a system of pipes and reservoirs, perform appropriate monitoring, operate and control hydroelectric facilities, and to perform related duties as required.
Work Schedule: Full-time (40 hrs/week), In one 2 week period, this position requires working 48 hours (four shifts) one week and 36 hours (three shifts) the following week. This position is required to work one of two 12 hour shifts, "a" shift or "b" shift. The hours are 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM or 6:00 PM to 6:00 AM. The position requires working nights, weekends, and holidays.
Location: Water treatment plant(s) - Either Betasso WTF or Boulder Reservoir WTF (63rd)
Salary Range – $17.16 - $27.41
Class D $17.16 - $20.59
Class C $18.87 - $22.65
Class B $20.76 - $24.92
Class A $22.84 - $27.41
Duties & Responsibilities
1.Operates the facilities and associated processes in accordance with state and federal water quality regulations. Obtains/maintains a Colorado Class A Water Treatment Plant Operators Certification within five years of hire and updates job knowledge as necessary
2.Controls and monitors mechanical and chemical water treatment processes including the distribution of the treated water. This includes the following duties at both of the City's water treatment facilities:
Regulates, and/or adjusts raw water sources, preliminary treatment process, chemicals, sedimentation process, filtration process, residuals recovery, chemical feeders, pumps and valves to control liquid stream, and solids treatment processes.
Utilizes Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) instrumentation and direct observation to continuously monitor and interpret data transmitted from local and remote equipment locations. Uses data, as well as facility schematics and O&M manuals to identify, locate, and resolve treatment problems.
Plans for, practices, and responds to emergencies including but not limited to power outages, chemical spills, and equipment failures. Provides first response troubleshooting of equipment and process when emergencies arise.
Performs routine laboratory analyses and appropriately adjusts treatment processes based on laboratory results and direct observations.
Orders, loads, unloads, and regulates treatment chemicals and supplies.
Assists maintenance staff in maintenance/operations activities.
Performs troubleshooting of treatment process, equipment problems, and prepares equipment for repair work
Assists in maintaining facilities and property, including cleaning and upkeep of process buildings, equipment, and grounds.
3.Oversees treatment and distribution system operations on assigned shifts. This includes the following:
Controls multi-zoned high-pressure water distribution system using pumps, valves and hydroelectric generators, operate raw and finished hydroelectric power stations (nine), with pressures ranging from 100 to 800 PSI.
Ensures adequate shift coverage for 24-hour operation which includes filling shifts as necessary and/or calling in appropriate coverage.
Communicates operational information to management team.
Maintains inventory of operations laboratory supplies, chemicals and orders supplies as needed.
4.Maintains logs and records of plant data, including entering and retrieving data on a PC, reviewing and signing off on all logs at the end of the shift, and ensuring that logs are complete. Analyzes data utilizing trending and statistical tools.
5.Serves on facility committees such as safety, emergency response, design review, and treatment optimization studies. May take the lead role on committees and projects as requested and develop appropriate reports and summaries.
6.Assists with the development of the annual operations work plan. Assists in formulating and updating standard facility and process operating procedures including development and implementation of safety related procedures and programs.
7.Remains alert to conditions and events occurring at the Water Treatment Facility indicating anticipated or needed maintenance and repair. Assists in and performs troubleshooting of plant processes to improve overall treatment quality.
8.Maintains a clean and safe work environment, including monitoring work in progress to pinpoint hazards.
9.Responds to questions from the public about treatment, distribution system, and hydro-electric stations, and conducts facility tours as necessary.
- Ability to work variable shifts including nights, weekends, and holidays.
- Is alert to security of treatment plants, distribution reservoirs, pump and valve stations, and hydro-electric stations.
- Serves as after-hours contact for water-related problems and citizen concerns. Appropriately responds to citizen problems and initiates Department of Public Works call-out procedure when necessary.
- Trains, directs and reviews the work of other operation staff including lower-level certified operators and operator trainees.
Performs related duties as required to meet the needs of the city.
Takes proper safety precautions, anticipates unsafe circumstances, and acts accordingly to prevent accidents.
Responsible for the safety of self, others, materials, and equipment. Uses all required safety equipment and follows all safety regulations, policies and procedures. Reports all accidents and damage to city property.
Responsible for knowing and complying with all city and department policies; participating in professional trainings and development; and adhering to attendance and workplace attire policies.
REQUIRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
High school diploma. Colorado Water Treatment Plant Operators' Certification. Must be able to work under minimal supervision and exercise good judgment. Possess good verbal and written communication skills, and good organizational and problem-solving skills. Mechanical aptitude. Physical ability to work in an industrial setting to work in and around areas of limited access and confined spaces requiring standing, walking, bending, and kneeling; ability to use ladders, stairs, underground vaults, cat walks, and scaffolding; ability to lift up to 50 pounds; ability to hear audible alarms at 80 DB and higher; visual acuity, manual dexterity in using precision and non-precision hand tools, power tools, and technical devices; an ability to train others in the use of, storage of, and routine maintenance of safety equipment. Ability to use technical devices for sample measurement and equipment calibration. Ability to work variable hours, including night shifts as well as being the sole operator on duty. Ability to work well with others including good communication skills, team skills, and appropriate conflict resolution skills. Basic certification in first aid and CPR. Valid driver's license. Have and maintain acceptable motor vehicle record and criminal history.
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS – In addition to the required minimum qualifications:
Associate or higher degree in related field. Previous experience working at a Water Treatment Facility. Hazardous chemical response training. Process optimization experience, electrical and mechanical troubleshooting experience. Training/certification in hydroelectric facility operation. Certification in distribution and collection system operation.
WORKING CONDITIONS - Required Physical and Mental Effort, and Environmental Conditions:
In addition to the information listed in the required minimum qualifications section.
Physical and Mental Effort: See "required minimum qualifications" section for additional information.
Also requires ability to work under stress from demanding deadlines, public contact, and changing priorities and conditions.
Work Environment: Works in an industrial setting subject to continuous interruptions and background noises.
Machines and equipment used include, but are not limited to the following: City vehicle, laboratory equipment, sampling and monitoring equipment, hand tools, power tools, telephone/paging system, cell phone, long?handled tools, computers, and various software programs including Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA), Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, and Access.
ACCOMMODATIONS: Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position.
Note: The above description is illustrative only. It is not meant to be all-inclusive.
Machine Operator (Packaging), Off Shift – Sandy Run Roasting Plant – Sandy Run, SC
Now Brewing – Machine Operators! #tobeapartner
From the beginning, Starbucks set out to be a different kind of company. One that not only celebrates coffee and its rich tradition, but that also brought a feeling of connection. We are known for developing and supporting partners who share this passion and are guided by their service to others.
The Starbucks experience starts in our Roasting Plants where we have a dedicated team of professional roasters and supporting process teams including planning, warehouse management, packaging, roasting, maintenance, engineering and logistics.
As a machine operator, you will:
Maintain a safe, clean and organized work environment. Operate packaging equipment with safety guards and switches in place and follows all safety procedures and regulations.
Maintain regular and consistent attendance and punctuality.
Monitor and document package quality using analytical tools.
Operate all product packaging equipment in a roasting plant. Ensure that package appearance, labeling, seals, and case and pallet configurations comply with product specifications and quality standards.
Participate in process improvement activities. Maintain scheduled throughput to meet team goals for reliability and budget standards. Train other machine operators and partners as needed.
Secondary Safety responsibilities
- Performs BBS audits
- Secondary Safety responsibilities
- Act as point person for safety related items; coaches other partners in manufacturing safety practices and policies
We're proud to invest in you and offer these special incentives to eligible partners (employees):
Comprehensive health coverage (Medical, Dental and Vision)
Arizona State University College Achievement Plan: FULL tuition reimbursement towards bachelor's degree
Highly competitive 401(k) program with company match at 5%
Stock equity reward program (annual grants)
Health savings, vacation savings & health and wellness programs
Paid vacation (prorated vacation allowance on day one), sick leave and personal days
We'd love to hear from people with:
Operating manual and automated packaging equipment (2 years)
Performing quality tests using analytical tools (1 year)
Regulated food manufacturing environment (1 year)
Basic math skills
Ability to follow verbal direction
Ability to understand written policies and guidelines, specifications and safety standards
Proficiency in Microsoft Windows and Internet environments
Mechanical aptitude to troubleshoot minor machine failures and make minor adjustments
Familiarity with American Institute of Baking (AIB), Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), and Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) standards
Ability to perform quality tests using analytical tools
Ability to gather, record and report on operational and quality metrics, through manual or automated systems
Ability to work in accordance with quality, safety, and sanitation standards, policies and guidelines
Starbucks is an equal opportunity employer of all qualified individuals; including minorities, women, veterans, and individuals with disabilities, and regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. Starbucks will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with all federal, state, and local ordinances.
The O&M Tech is responsible for the proper operation of the power Facility while on shift. Operates, maintains and repairs equipment to provide client with electrical energy. Strictly adheres to all safety and environmental rules and regulations to protect employees and public safety. The position reports to the Operations Shift Supervisor.
Provides 7/24 supervision and operations support for Cogeneration Power Plant providing electrical power and cooling to commercial office buildings, labs and Data Centers. Coordinates maintenance and repairs on all related Central Plant equipment and operating systems.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Working shifts to provide 24 hour a day coverage for operations of the central plant, preventative maintenance, troubleshooting, repairs and emergency response. Raise and review evaluations for merit increases. Mentor employee's development.
Providing "on call" emergency Plant and site support for equipment failures, power outages and loss of city water services.
Develop reports in order to coordinate with the critical business units to schedule shutdowns required to minimize down time.
Must have an in depth understanding of different pieces types of equipment, including Turbine & diesel generators, Central Control System, absorption chillers, centrifugal chillers, UPS systems, boilers, pumps, air compressors, cooling towers, water treatment systems.
Work with vendors to schedule and complete contractual maintenance equipment tasks in a safe and timely manner to maintain equipment reliability.
Develop written basis of design scope of work documentation for new engineering projects. Coordinate with Qualcomm structural, mechanical, electrical, and controls engineers on site or Plant Projects.
Maintain Standard Operating Procedures for Cogeneration operations and equipment.
Responsibilities also include:
Operate in the safe and efficient operation of the boiler, steam turbine generator and related auxiliary systems from inside and outside the control room.
Operate proper start-up, operation and shutdown of equipment, systems and the plant in accordance with approved plant procedures.
Upon identification of faulty equipment or system operation, troubleshoot the cause and take proper corrective action to restore the plant to a safe condition.
Respond to system and plant emergencies in accordance with the emergency response plan.
Monitor plant air and water emissions and take steps to maintain within acceptable limits. Notify the O&M Supervisor of situations that may result in violation of established limits and/or regulatory requirements.
Monitor the activities of maintenance personnel and contractors working in the plant to ensure activities are conducted in a safe and proper manner
Verify and authorize isolation and tagout/lockout of plant equipment as required to support plant maintenance, testing and other operational activities.
Periodically audit the tagout/lockout system to ensure all required tags and locks remain in place and program is administered properly.
Prepare shift reports as directed by the O&M Supervisor.
Observe and correct situations that are likely to develop into future operational problems or safety hazards.
Report and respond to chemical spills and leaks in accordance with plant Emergency Response Plan.
Operate of equipment disconnects, circuit breakers and switches.
Monitor and operate proper chemistry control of boiler water, boiler feedwater, cooling water, condensate, condensate makeup and wastewater.
Periodically monitor plant, boiler and turbine heat rates to verify most economic and efficient operation of the plant. Alter plant equipment alignments to optimize efficiency at specified load.
Obtain thorough turnover from Shift Supervisor being relieved, including special orders and unusual operating conditions. Review plant status and operating logs prior to taking over the shift.
Give thorough turnover to the relieving Shift Supervisor for special orders and unusual operating conditions.
Conduct tests on critical safety systems including lube oil pumps, turbine valves, turbine system trips, boiler trips and permissives.
Conduct tests on plant fire and chemical safety equipment.
Identify work requests for defective plant equipment.
Maintain the plant in a clean, orderly condition.
Attend and onduct safety meetings and periodic training.
Assist in training subordinate personnel.
Safely operate vehicles on-site as required.
Perform other duties as assigned by the O&M Supervisor.
Work is performed while standing, sitting or walking
Requires the ability to communicate effectively using speech, vision and hearing.
Requires the use of hands for simple grasping and fine manipulations.
Requires bending, squatting, crawling, climbing, and reaching.
Requires the ability to lift, carry, push or pull medium weights up to 50 pounds.
Requires activities involving and being around moving machinery, exposure to marked changes in temperature and humidity, and exposure to dust, fumes and gasses.
Must be able to climb at least fifty (50) feet of ladder to access scaffolding, platforms and other operational areas
Must be able to detect abnormal plant conditions (i.e., sight, hearing, smell, or touch)
Ability to remain alert during extended working hours
Ability to perceive depth
Ability to be fitted with full-faced respirator or ability to use a self contained breathing apparatus
Ability to work from sky climbers and scaffolding
Ability to work in confined spaces
Ability to learn new skills and knowledge
Ability to drive a company vehicle.
Rotating shift work
Required to work in all areas of the power plant, operating 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and includes exposure to heat, cold, noise, dust and humidity
Available to work overtime when needed including weekend work and holidays
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