ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Perform repairs/replacement/adjustment tasks associated with all equipment and structures used in terminal operations.
2. Provide written information on work orders detailing work completion, changes or data needed for history.
3. Read blueprints, drawings and instruction materials needed to complete assigned tasks.
4. Utilize special tools and instruments required for precision measurements and alignment.
5. Assigned tasks which require skills such as woodworking, plumbing, pipe fitting, painting, mobile equipment wiring, welding, burning and brazing skills.
6. Conduct preventative maintenance, lubricate, clean and adjust equipment.
7. Provide guidance and instructions to personnel in lower classifications.
8. Perform other related duties as required.
9. Work rotating shift when required and be subject to call out.
10. Responsible for daily work site clean up, minimizing the loss and damage of tools, parts and materials.
11. Demonstrate and maintain behaviors that proactively support safe work practices while
recognizing and communicating conditions of potential risk.
12. Know and use established safety rules and regulations including “Lock out – Tag out”
ADDITIONAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Coordinate craft skills and information with Electricians, Mobile Equipment and Operations personnel.
2. Daily training in safety and technical skills area.
3. Operate tractors, cherry pickers and land moving equipment.
4 Subject to call out and overtime as necessary to support equipment outage.
Valid Driver’s License required.
Education/Training: High School Diploma or GED is required, but will consider with 7 to 10 years or
more experience working in a bulk materials handling facility
Other: Troubleshooting skills, cherry picker skills, welding skills, hydraulic skills, precision tool knowledge, millwright knowledge, alignment skills, wash down pump rebuilding skills, blueprint reading skills, belt splicing skills, and reducer rebuilding skills and rigging knowledge.
- Self motivation - Safety Awareness
- Listening Skills - Planning & Organizing
- Teamwork - Attention to Detail
- Ability to Learn - Troubleshooting
Lift- Must be able to lift 90 to 100 lbs at rare times. Daily work-load of 30 to 50 lbs.
Climb- Able to climb vertical ladders and stairways, on various loading and unloading equipment, up to 100’ heights. At times required to carry tool bags, components and various
items. Structural climbing required.
Heights- Able to work on equipment in high areas or from structures by use of a safety harness, work in high places with manlifts, out of manbaskets with cranes or cherry pickers.
Vision- Corrected to 20/40 with normal depth perception, normal peripheral vision and
normal night vision.
Reach- Must be able to extend both arms fully throughout a normal range of motion in both horizontal and vertical planes. Must be able to twist, turn, bend over, pull ropes and have
Agility- Must be able to walk and keep balance on moving vessels, work in high places with the ability to move quickly and maneuver on uneven, slippery or wet surfaces.
Speech- Must be able to communicate with all personnel using plant radios.
Hearing- Normal hearing to recognize and respond to verbal directions, unusual noises
In equipment and equipment alarms.
Reading- Compare and comprehend data.
Walk- Must be able to walk and bend down to crawl in and out of hoppers.
Schedule-Must be able to work a rotating day/night shift.
Job Related Dimensions:
-Ability to Learn -Adaptability -Attention to Detail -Integrity -Initiative -Safety/Awarenes -Teamwork -Technical/Professional Knowledge -Oral Communication -Commitment to Excellence(Work Standards) -Written Communication