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Field Operator Level 1 (Technical)

Advertiser: Programmed Skilled WorkforceMore jobs from this company

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Job Listing Date
30 Jan 2019
Location
Wellington
Work Type
Contract/Temp
Classification
Mining, Resources & Energy, Oil & Gas - Engineering & Maintenance

Field Operator Level 1 (Technical)

Programmed Skilled Workforce is a leading provider of staffing and training services.

Our client is a leading supplier of fuel to the New Zealand market, with involvement in refining and distribution, and branded service stations throughout the country.

This is a full time, 12 month temporary assignment located in Wellington.

As Field Operator you will be a key part of the Operations team contributing to the smooth running of the terminal facilities. You will be responsible for:

  • Driving efficiencies
  • Participating in site emergency response activities and daily toolbox meetings.
  • Providing operational support for change on site
  • Completing minor maintenance tasks.
  • Dipping of tanks as required and manage site interface tanks and reinjection
  • Monitoring of underground slops tanks and storm water management including Interceptor monitoring
  • If requested, ensure water samples are taken and sent to the laboratory for testing and results filed and variances reported.
  • Product Quality testing (density and temperature by hydrometer/thermometer or digital densitometer corrected to 15deg, haze rating, conductivity, flash point etc.) and storing of samples per requirements.
  • Assisting with commissioning new equipment/systems
  • Issue permits under the work control procedures and tier one best practices
  • Dewater tanks when required
  • Update and maintain site procedures
  • Trouble shoot load rack issues and Omega concerns
  • Scheduling of marine work and other activities

Having worked as a Field Technician for a number of years your Health and Safety record will be impeccable and you will be a valuable contributor to site safety, compliance and regulations. Shift handover and logging operational events are important functions of this role so your written and verbal communication skills will be fine-tuned. Thriving on a challenge you will be well versed in well diagnostics and problem solving will be your forte.

Hours of work are Monday - Friday 0800 - 1700 hrs however overtime will be required based on operational requirements.

Apply today or contact Kate on 022 1264 039 for further details.



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Our client is a leading supplier of fuel to the New Zealand market, with involvement in refining and distribution, and branded service stations throughout the country.

This is a full time, 12 month temporary assignment located in Wellington.

As Field Operator you will be a key part of the Operations team contributing to the smooth running of the terminal facilities. You will be responsible for:

  • Driving efficiencies
  • Participating in site emergency response activities and daily toolbox meetings.
  • Providing operational support for change on site
  • Completing minor maintenance tasks.
  • Dipping of tanks as required and manage site interface tanks and reinjection
  • Monitoring of underground slops tanks and storm water management including Interceptor monitoring
  • If requested, ensure water samples are taken and sent to the laboratory for testing and results filed and variances reported.
  • Product Quality testing (density and temperature by hydrometer/thermometer or digital densitometer corrected to 15deg, haze rating, conductivity, flash point etc.) and storing of samples per requirements.
  • Assisting with commissioning new equipment/systems
  • Issue permits under the work control procedures and tier one best practices
  • Dewater tanks when required
  • Update and maintain site procedures
  • Trouble shoot load rack issues and Omega concerns
  • Scheduling of marine work and other activities

Having worked as a Field Technician for a number of years your Health and Safety record will be impeccable and you will be a valuable contributor to site safety, compliance and regulations. Shift handover and logging operational events are important functions of this role so your written and verbal communication skills will be fine-tuned. Thriving on a challenge you will be well versed in well diagnostics and problem solving will be your forte.

Hours of work are Monday - Friday 0800 - 1700 hrs however overtime will be required based on operational requirements.

Apply today or contact Kate on 022 1264 039 for further details.

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