This closely supervised position is a general labor position that will involve pipeline maintenance activities. This description should not be construed to contain every function/responsibility that may be required to be performed by an incumbent in this position. Incumbents are required to perform other related functions as assigned. Perform all job functions safely while complying with safety rules, procedures and policies. Perform pipeline right-of-way activities, such as pipeline locates, respond to State One Call notifications, read pipeline alignment sheets, communicating with landowners, contractors and other agencies. Perform routine facility inspections, housekeeping and equipment maintenance. Assist pipeline specialist and maintenance crews on local projects. Operate and maintain light duty vehicles, hand tools and power equipment. Support pipeline activities as described in the standard operation manual. Assist in emergency response activities as required. Use of computers and windows based applications required to accomplish day-to-day activities, i.e. e-mail, spreadsheets, and other document processing as needed. Maintain communications via both voice and electronic transmissions with off site pipeline companies, oil spill vendors, NuStar field locations, Customers and vendors. Participate in and successfully complete all required personal training including written and computer based testing to validate competency and be able to successfully pass random DOT drug screens.
High School diploma or GED required. At least 1 year of experience in the petroleum transportation industry or related. Verbal and written English communication skills. Well organized, self motivated and safety oriented. Ability to work independently and/or in a team environment. Able to accommodate over night travel. Have and maintain a valid drivers license, pass DOT physical and background check. Posses ability and desire to grow with the position. Ability to operate facility systems including computer systems and calculators, radios, cellular phones GPS Units. Familiarity with Fuel sampling and measurement hardware including gauging hardware, thermometers and hydrometers. Hand tools including, wrenches, screwdriver, saws, cutters, sand blasters, hammers, pliers, shovels, painting hardware. Line locator equipment; operate 4x4 mule or other off road vehicles. Familiarity with explosion meter, oxygen meter, toxic gas tester, personal floatation device, and respirator.
WHEN A HIGHER LEVEL POSITION EXISTS CANDIDATES WITH GREATER QUALIFICATIONS MAY BE CONSIDERED FOR THE POSITION.
This position requires an individual to hold a TWIC card.
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NuStar L.P. - 20 months ago