Mechanic, Plant/Fuel Distribution System
Bering Straits Native Corporation - Kodiak, AK

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Job Description:
Kodiak Support Services (KSS) is seeking a Plants/Fuel
Distribution System Mechanic to maintain and repair
industrial plants at the U.S. Coast Guard Base in
Kodiak, Alaska.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITES:
  • Repair and maintenance responsibilities include fuel
storage and distribution systems, water and
wastewater systems, steam generation and
distribution systems and maintenance of a liquid
oily waste processing facility.
  • Inspects industrial storage and distribution
facilities to detect and correct leakage, corrosion,
faulty fittings and malfunction of mechanical units,
meters and gages such as distribution lines float
gages, piping, valves, pumps and sumps.
  • Inspects electrical wiring, switches and controls
for safe-operating condition, grounding and
adjustment.
  • Lubricates and re-packs valves. Lubricates pumps,
replaces gaskets and seals and corrects pumping
equipment misalignment. Cleans strainers and
filters, services water separators, and checks
meters for correct delivery and calibration.
  • Overhauls system components such as pressure
regulating devices and valves.
  • Disassembles, adjusts aligns and calibrates gages,
thermometers and meters and replaces them.
  • Removes and installs equipments such as filters and
piping to modify systems or repair and replace
system components.
  • Cleans tanks and distribution lines. Removes
corrosion and repaints surfaces. Overhauls vacuum
and pressure vents, floating roof seals, hangers and
sumps.
  • Maintains records of inspections and repairs.
  • Must have knowledge of and experience in the
practical application of hydrostatic testing.
  • Operates, Maintains, inspects and repairs spill
response equipment and accessories.
  • Participates as spill response team member.
  • May be required to be on-call as a spill response
team member.
  • Maintains and updates schematic of systems.
NON - ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Other duties as assigned.
  • 40 hour HAZWOPPER certification required (current).
  • ISC-200 training completed.
  • Valid Commercial Alaska Driver’s License with
Hazardous Materials and Tank Endorsement
(Recommended but Required complete w/in 6 months of
hire).
  • Own hand tools as required by a Journeyman Mechanic.
  • ASME-certified for welding of pipelines and
components

Preferred:
  • State of Alaska Painters Card.
  • Trained and certified as a “Ship Yard Competent
person”.
  • Five years (5) of Fuel Terminal Maintenance and
Repair or equivalent experience.
  • One year (1) Experience as Fuel Farm Operator
  • Alaska State Boilers Operator Licensing.
  • Alaska State Water treatment or wastewater treatment
licensing or experience.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
  • Able to clearly communicate (orally and written) in
the English language.
  • Able to work independently, self-starter.
  • Good documentation and organizational skills.
  • Able to respond to calls for work outside of normal
working hours.
  • Able to clearly communicate by radio.
  • Familiar with Microsoft programs.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
The physical demands described here are representative
of those that must be met by an employee to successfully
perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable
accommodations may be made to enable individuals with
disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Essential and marginal functions may require maintaining
physical condition necessary for bending, stooping,
sitting, walking or standing for prolonged periods of
time; working requirements are a combination of
maintenance shop activities which require lifting,
handling or moving up to 75 lbs, working in on top of or
beneath vehicles or equipment on jacks/stands; and
office settings for data entry and reporting. Proper
wearing of Personal Protective Equipment is essential
along with hearing protection when required.

WORK ENVIRONMENT:
Work Environment characteristics described here are
representative of those that must be borne by an
employee to successfully perform the essential functions
of this job.
The work described herein is primarily active, performed
in a maintenance shop setting. Walking and climbing will
be required at work sites. The work environment involves
risks or discomforts that require specific safety
precautions typical of such places as vehicle and
maintenance shop environments.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • None
ADDITIONAL QUALIFYING FACTORS:
As a condition of employment, may be required to pass a
pre-employment drug screening, as well as have
acceptable reference and background check results to
obtain a secret security clearance.
Bering Straits Native Corporation is an Equal
Opportunity/ AA/ M/ F/ D/ V employer.
We participate in the E-Verify Employment Verification
Program. We are a drug free workplace.
We only accept resumes when posted to our Career Site
for open positions.
If you are a person requiring accommodation or
assistance to apply for a job please contact
HR@beringstraits.com or call (907) 334-8322.
Visit our website at www.beringstraits.com for more
details and to apply.
Division/Department : Inuit Services, Inc
Offer Relocation : No
# of Openings : 1
% of Travel Required : None
Job Code : 379

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