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Yezak Technical Staffing, Inc.

Houston , TX 77001

Job Description

DAYS/ NIGHT SHIFT

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:

This position reports directly to the Production Supervisor. The scope of work requires various levels of competency based upon the complexity of the production and the type of equipment utilized by the operator.

PRIMARY DUTIES:

Attend all safety and training meeting as directed.

Follow and enforce all safety policies and procedures.

Verify that equipment is properly set-up to process the material as specified on work order and drawings.

Verify that the material to be processed matches as reflected on the work order.

Direct Crane Operators in the moving material to work station as needed.

Operate equipment in the manner of which it was intended.

Identify equipment issues and immediately report to Supervisor.

Assist in training of co-workers as requested.

Maintain an orderly, clean and neat workspace.

Other responsibilities and duties as directed by Supervisor as needed.

SKILLS:

Proficient operation of oxy fuel cutting equipment to which assigned.

Ability to read drawings and identify possible issues.

Attention to detail.

Strong verbal communication skills.

Strong teamwork ethic.

EXPERIENCE:

2 or more years experience operating oxy fuel equipment.

Company Description

Our mission is to provide employers with a full-service personnel
resource that specializes in engineering and designing in the Oil and
Gas industry. Relationships with clients and candidates are key
factors in maintaining an ethical and enhancing reputation.
SPECIALTY AREAS:
Upstream, Midstream, and Downstream
Exploration & Production
Process & Production
Engineering & Design
Procurement & Expediting
Start-Up & Commissioning
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