The Bulk Plant Operator will be responsible for looking after inventory stock balancing, terminal access, PMI Maintenance, daily operations while supervising product movement and acting as customer support for Drivers.
What we offer:
Competitive salary, bonus, and pension plan
Flexible benefits, including a Health Spending Account
Wellness support, including annual wellness allowance and paid personal care days
Paid vacation and vacation purchasing
Personal and professional development opportunities
Named one of Canada’s Top 100 Employers for six consecutive years
Your roles and responsibilities:
Perform Inventory Stock Balancing
Complete and file reports, including but not limited to:
Meter throughput by product
Update inventory spreadsheet
Perform Staff /Customer/Vendor entry to terminal
Sign in visitors and contractors verifying identification Issue work permits (hot/cold work, confined space) verifying safe and secure working conditions for contractors and internal personnel.
Ensure authorization and supervision of contractors.
Coordinate fire watch with contractors/firemen. Sign in fire watch and advise them of work site safety procedures and locations.
Perform PMI Maintenance
Work order completion sheets
Perform Customer Driver Support
Provide customer driver support in building loads in automated loading systems.
Provide driver orientation training on use of terminal systems, safety and security.
Issue driver entry cards, cancel lost and re-issue
Enter new trucks into system – enter data and ensure approval
Receive customer truck vapour tests and proof of insurance – ensure compliance
Provide product and rack information to drivers
Enforce safety and security procedures and ban
Supervise Product Movements (Truck and Rail)
Gather gauging information – quality (Propane Only)
Complete of SPCC/terminal ops checklist – daily
Complete end of day inventory report
Must possess strong mechanical aptitude
Must possess excellent analytical and math skills
Must be able to multi-task operational duties on a daily basis
Ability to recognize basic hazards and prioritize accordingly
Must demonstrate responsibility and accept accountability for decisions and how they affect others
Must be willing to learn while accepting new ideas, concepts, strategies, and approaches and apply accordingly for positive results
Ability to work efficiently and adapt to constant-changing environment
Travel is not a requirement for this position
Education and experience
Post-secondary education preferred
Prior industrial operations experience an asset
Experience in material handling in related industry preferred
Proficiency in basic computer skills: MS Office
Must be able to safely lift up to 75 lbs., climb steps, stairs and ladders up to 50 ft. above ground level without limitations
Must be safe and comfortable to work (wearing safety gear) around high voltage and rotating equipment
Must have valid driver’s license
1-3 years of applicable operations experience
Irving Oil supports a diverse and inclusive work environment and welcomes applications from all qualified applicants