This position is responsible for safely and efficiently operating and maintaining rail equipment, track and switches. The safe transfer of crude oil and petroleum products to and from shore tankage, tanker truck and railcar in compliance with federal, state and Company regulations, procedures, guidelines and policy. Position is also responsible for package inspections and compliance prior to offering for shipment.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES & TASKS
Safe and efficient operations of all ND assets protecting employees, the public, the environment, company assets and customers' assets.
Ensure full compliance with all applicable federal, state, and local regulations.
Ensure conformance with all policies and procedures.
Ensure conformance with Crestwood's Principles of Operational Safety.
Must be detailed orientated, self-starter and able to work with little supervision while maintaining a safe work environment.
Perform and legibly document pre and post railcar loading inspection to include but not limited to railcar; heels, loading volumes, outages, weights, seal numbers, and stenciling information to ensure compliance with DOT/FRA/PHMSA Hazardous Material shipping requirements.
Connect and disconnect loading arm through the railcar manway by operating loading equipment, loading arms, valves, pneumatic and manual hand tools, and torque wrenches requiring manual manipulation and dexterity.
Accurately perform keypunch enter of railcar ID into flow computer (micro-load) system.
Operate rail equipment in accordance with company approved policies and procedures and in accordance with federal, state and local regulations and "limited use agreements" with Class 1 railroad.
Add/remove railcars as needed to ensure outbound train tenders are met.
Stage and secure railcars for inbound/outbound switches and railcar repair.
Perform general maintenance on field and facility equipment.
Inspect and maintain facility track, track switches, switch stands, road crossings and report any abnormalities or safety concerns to shift supervisor.
Complete daily, weekly, and/or monthly reports to include, but not limited to, railcar inventory, consumable inventories, inspection reports, incident reports, and potential hazard reports.
Ensure facility buildings, equipment, and surrounding areas are in safe and clean working conditions, remove and dispose of trash, perform grounds maintenance, and perform repairs as directed.
Will be required to work 12 hour rotating shift.
Perform other duties and special projects as assigned by your Supervisor or Manager.
EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
A High School Diploma or equivalent is required
Current/valid driver's license
A minimum of 1-year related operating experience
Communicate (written and verbal) in the English language
Basic math and PC skills
Knowledge of CFR-DOT regulations pertaining to shipment of hazardous materials
Previous; railcar, rail terminal, petroleum terminal experience
Knowledge of AAR and FRA standards, policy and regulations