Position is responsible for assigning work, supervising union operators at a liquid/bulk marine terminal. The position will provide direct oversight and general management of personnel, equipment and facilities for terminal operations.
Direct and supervise daily work assignments for marine activities for a liquid and bulk material dock, liquid loading rack and tank farm, rail sidings, and bulk material storage pads.
Actively participate in the process to achieve terminal objectives, keeping management apprised of related progress, strategies and adjustments.
Enforce established quality control standards, Kinder Morgan policies and terminal site specific procedures. Comply with all articles of the current union contract.
Review processes to decrease time discharging vessels and more efficiently handle warehouse materials. Recognize and promote ideas that provide safer, more efficient cost effective operations, ensuring that operating costs are consistent within the established budget. Review production and operating reports and directs the resolution of operational and maintenance problems to ensure minimum costs and prevent operational delays.
Assists in monitoring facility and plan equipment, including maintenance.
Involvement in the operational aspects of EHS, Human Resources and labor support.
Support the instruction, development and discipline of the terminal workforce in compliance with KM standards, including mentoring and leading that workforce.
Effectively interface with customer representatives, regulatory personnel, KM staff (including office staff) and others as required.
May be required to assume Superintendent duties on a temporary basis when necessary.
Additional duties and/or responsibility may be required as needed.
Equivalent work experience will be considered in lieu of Bachelor's degree.
Experience / specific knowledge:
Minimum of three (3) years prior supervisory/leadership experience.
Working knowledge of operating procedures, bulk materials and regulatory requirements.
Certifications, licenses, registrations:
Must possess and maintain a valid driver's license and a driving record satisfactory to the company and its insurers.
Competencies, skills, and abilities:
Basic computer skills (Microsoft Office Products) are required.
The ability to communicate in a clear and precise manner regarding written and verbal communications.
The ability to read, interpret and train others on documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions and procedure manuals.
The ability to assist in developing alternative solutions, resolve problems and manage difficult situations.
The ability to respond to internal and/or external requests for information to meet commitments.
Ability to frequently lift up to 50 pounds.
Ability to work at heights up to 50 feet.
May include, but no limited to, walking up and down stairs and ladders and negotiating uneven ground.
Must meet medical criteria for use of respiratory protective equipment.
Must be able to attain and maintain a TWIC card.
Variable hours of work including weekends, nights and holidays.
Employee is required to carry company paid cell phone for after hours support as required.
Must be able to withstand extreme weather conditions as majority of time will be working outside.
Successful completion of a background check and drug screen upon offer.
Assists in leading, coordinating and supervising the performance of direct reports and support personnel.
Preferred education, experience, certifications, competencies, skills, and abilities:
Marine and/or liquid terminal experience
Crane/rigging training or experience
Heavy equipment training or experience
Prior experience supervising in a union environment
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