Summary: The Warehouse Person is responsible for assisting the Terminal Manager in the operation of the warehouse, inventory and safe practices. The Warehouse Person reports directly to the Terminal Manager.
Qualifications and Prerequisites:
Promotes Company and Safety Philosophies, Policies and Procedures.
Familiar with Equipment (Bobtail, Transport, Frac. Forklift, Storage Tanks, Pumps).
Flexible work week.
Have reliable transportation.
CDL certified a plus.
Organized, ability to manage time, work with minimal direction and is a multi-tasker.
Some Mechanical Skills and/or Knowledge.
Willing to accept More Responsibility.
Ability to perform the essential duties and responsibilities and work within the conditions described in this job description.
At first of shift, take inventory by sticking or sight glass. Inspect each inventoried tank and valves for signs of leakage.
Inspect all pumps at loading and unloading areas for leaks.
Make sure all trash receptacles are empty and do not contain combustible material.
All loading and unloading areas are clean and free from possible safety hazards.
All bulk in containers (buckets, drums, etc.) product is properly refilled and stacked in a safe manner.
Used, Empty Drum Staging Area is maintained, clean and free from possible safety hazards.
New Drum Staging Area is maintained, clean and free from possible safety hazards.
Full and or Empty, Used Filter Drum Staging Area is maintained, clean and free from possible safety hazards.
Warehouse floor is maintained, clean and free from possible safety hazards.
Maintenance on all pump gear boxes in the loading and unloading areas. Oil should be changed every six (6) months with Non-detergent 30 weight or with Chevron Tegra Synthetic ISO 150 (which is recommended by pump supplier –Blackmer).
Maintain and service air compressors to manufacturer’s specifications and requirements.
New tank Staging Area is maintained, clean and free from possible safety hazards.
All tanks should be maintained, capped/sealed to prevent the accumulation of moisture.
All tanks in the New Tank Staging area to be delivered to our customers must be inspected inside and out, proper decals and placards applied.
Used tanks brought in from the field must be inspected for holes, dents, or cracks.
Used tanks brought in from the field must be inspected for leaks by dispensing 5-10 gallons of off-road diesel and rolled slowly on the ground for possible leaks.
Used tanks passing inspection are to be drained, painted, dressed (proper decaling) and stage in the proper Staging Area.
Tank stands are to be inspected for damaged legs, bracing, cracks or broken welds.
Stands passing inspection are to be cleaned and painted, before being placed in the proper Staging Area.
Any product being delivered from an outside carrier must be sampled and approved before off loading.
Properly use, maintain and operate a Forklift in a safe manner.
In the situation of understaffing, available to fill in as a driver.
Training of new Drivers on where to pick up product or drop items off.
Conduct Safe Forklift operation or training as needed.
Work with Terminal Manager in the organization of the Warehouse and yard.
Work with Terminal Manager in the inventory control of the Warehouse and yard.
Inspect Utility Trailer and wheel bearings.
Notify the Terminal Manager of any out or low inventory levels.
Notify Terminal Manager of any unsafe equipment, unsafe procedures/practices or any situation which will jeopardize the safety, control of company assets, an issue that could become a liability, and/or a violation of company policy.
The Warehouse Person maybe asked to participate in any other related task or activity which management determines his/her skills would be useful or needed.
- Must be able to safely enter the cab of truck, even when surfaces are slick.
- Physically able to lift up to 80 lbs. frequently
- Physically able to push/pull up to 150 lbs. frequently
- Physically able to sit and/or drive for long periods of time
- Physically able to climb a 10’ ladder
- Ability to work in and around chemicals and fuels
- Sitting or standing for extended periods of time.
- Ability to work with noise of engines, drilling rigs, pumps and equipment
- Able to stoop, bend, conduct work overhead for extended periods of time.
- Dexterity of hands and fingers
- Ability to work under adverse weather conditions: rain, fog, ice, snow, wind and temperatures ranging from 10o to 100o+.