The Terminal Operator monitors pipeline activity, inventory and arranges for incoming product shipments. Maintains and monitors terminal systems and loading equipment. Performs quality control tests, supervises product loading, enforces safe practices, gauges storage tanks, maintain site files and uses company computer programs to assist in terminal operations.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Regular attendance at assigned worksite.
- Performing routine pipeline and/or terminal maintenance
- Monitoring controls for pipeline delivery and receipts
- Ensuring quality and quantity of refined products
- Identifying and resolving scheduling conflicts in a timely manner
- Accurately ensuring timely completion of all required paperwork
- Staying abreast of changes in operation requirements, policies and processes
- Performing operational duties in accordance with the Terminal Operating and Procedures Guide and Local Operating Procedures Guide
- Responding to emergencies and maintaining emergency and measurement equipment
- Completing mandated safety and regulatory training
- Maintaining effective and professional relationships with customers and responding promptly to their needs
- Performing environmental and regulatory checks (eliminating, containing and reporting all product seeps and spills).
- Assisting with transport driver and new employee training.
- Maintaining the Loading Rack accounting system data base for customers, carriers, drivers, etc
- Monitoring and enforcing all safety rules and regulations
- Completing daily, weekly, monthly office inventory reconciliation, additive, agency and other required reports.
- Assisting with construction/maintenance projects
- Identifying and pursuing cost reduction opportunities
- Must be at least 18 years of age
- Must possess a valid driver's license
- Ability and willingness to perform/comply with following items, with or without reasonable accommodation:
- Climb various ladders and stairs to operate valves, gauge tanks, or perform maintenance on equipment are a part of this position. The ladders and stairs typically range from 5 to 40 feet in height
- Willing and able to raise and transport articles weighing up to 50 pounds
- Willing and able to walk, stand, stoop, sit, climb, and carry material on a daily basis on even and uneven terrain
- Willing and able to work outside in harsh weather conditions
- Willing to wear personal protective equipment, such as flame retardant clothing, eye protection, ear protection, steel-toed boots, hardhat, etc.
- Willing to work a rotating shift, overtime, nights, weekends and holidays
- Willing to respond to callouts during off hours
- Willing and able to work alone a high percentage of the time
- Mechanical skills: knowledge of mechanical, electrical, instrumentation and rotating equipment
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: Associates Degree (A.A.) or equivalent from a two-year college or technical school, or two (2) years of related experience in the petroleum industry. Other education and/or experience may be considered as a substitute.