Employment Opportunities

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Current Postings

Job Title: Terminal Operator
Department: Operations
Reports to: Terminal Manager
Reporting to the Terminal Manager, the Terminal Operator is responsible for the safe and efficient operation of the facility. The operator performs operational and security rounds of the plant to monitor the status of the tank areas, pipelines and outer perimeter fencing. The operator is responsible for gauging tanks and lining up for receipts, shipments and tank transfers. It is the responsibility of the operators to inventory the product in the tanks and perform maintenance projects throughout the terminal. Terminal Operators work on a rotating 8-hour schedule and the operators are expected to work shifts both onshore and offshore as needed. The terminal runs 24/7 so nights and weekends are expected.

Responsibilities:

To be qualified as a Terminal Operator you must have knowledge in and capable of learning:

  • Climbing tanks
  • Gauging tanks
  • Mathematical skills
  • Inventory control
  • Line-ups for pipeline receipts/discharges/transfers
  • Pump and boiler maintenance
  • Directing personnel
  • Enforcing Safety
  • Environmental Regulations
  • Filling in offshore as necessary
  • Working a rotating shift
  • Leadership
  • Follow Terminal Policies and Procedures
  • Adherence to company “Drug and Alcohol Policy”
  • Operation of company vehicles and machiner
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Job Title: Platform Operator

Department: Operations

Reports to: Marine Supervisor

Reporting to the Marine Foreman and Marine Supervisor, the Platform Operator is responsible for the safe and efficient operation of the launch boats and offshore platform. It is the responsibility of the platform operators to perform maintenance projects throughout the facility both onshore and offshore. There is a rotating schedule and the operators are expected to work shifts both onshore and offshore as needed. Offshore shifts are based on a 12-hour rotating schedule and onshore are 8 hours. The terminal runs 24/7 so nights and weekends are expected. 

Responsibilities:

To be qualified as a Platform Operator you must have knowledge in and capable of learning: 

  • Assisting in vessel paperwork
  • Tying up vessels/Line handling
  • Communications with both US flagged and foreign vessel crewmembers
  • Training and operation of the launch boats, in regards to maintenance and navigation
  • Offshore line-ups for vessel receipts/discharges
  • Enforcing and following safety procedures
  • Knowledge of/adherence to environmental and USCG regulations
  • Working a rotating shift and being on-call for vessel arrivals
  • Compliance with terminal policies and procedures
  • Adherence to company “Drug and Alcohol Policy”
  • Operation of company vehicles and machinery
  • Leadership
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