ExxonMobil Terminal Operator (Pipeline - Everett) in Everett, Massachusetts
Pre-Employment Testing Requirement
This Operations and Mechanical (O&M) position requires pre-employment testing. After submitting your application for this position you will receive an email to complete the online assessment. If you have already taken the assessment, you DO NOT have to re-test; however, you MUST click the test link in order for your results to appear in your application.
Assessment results are valid for 365 days from the original date of completion and apply to all U.S. O&M job postings that require a pre-employment assessment. Assessment results older than 365 days will not be used and applicants will be required to re-take the expired assessment.
Next phase of pre-employment process : Phase II Assessment
Meeting the Phase I assessment requirements does not guarantee a candidate an invitation to the Phase II assessment
In order to be considered for this position, candidates MUST complete the pre-employment assessment prior to the close of the requisition . Candidates who complete the assessment after the requisition has closed will not be considered.
REQUISITON CLOSE DATE: March 31, 2020
DOT/DPOS Safety Sensitive
The position you are applying for is regulated by the Department of Transportation or has been internally designated by ExxonMobil as safety sensitive / safety critical.
Accordingly, if you receive a conditional offer of employment for such a position, you will be required to undergo a pre-employment process, which includes, among other things, a background check. Depending on the presence of drug or alcohol related convictions on your record (if any), you may not be eligible for hire into this position.
In addition, if you pass the pre-employment process and are hired, you will be expected to undergo random drug and alcohol screening in addition to other requirements associated with the position.
A Terminal Operator is responsible for the day to day operations within the Everett Terminal. Terminal Operators work a rotating shift schedule during a seven-day week that requires him/her to cover work on days, nights, weekends, and holidays. Shifts vary by terminal location and are often eight or twelve hours in duration. Terminal Operators may be required to provide relief to other Terminal Operators in their work area. Terminal Operators must be willing to work in the proximity of various hydrocarbon products, electrical circuits, and machinery. This position participates in alcohol and drug testing programs (i.e., DOT and/or Company).
Primary Job Function
Maintain an incident free workplace by use of various Company safety programs
Read and understand station flow and pipeline alignment drawings in order to properly open/close valves for directing product flow
Responsible for the accurate measurement and sampling of various products, offload of marine receipts, operation of the loading rack, and operation of water treatment system
Utilize computer software to perform various data input, product tracking and reporting, and company communication
Perform facility maintenance, including but not limited to painting, grounds upkeep, cleaning windows and floors, etc
Terminal Operators daily duties can consist of but are not limited to:
Loading Rack Surveillance (Driver Certification, Driver Observations, Alarm Management, General Troubleshooting, etc.)
Marine vessel offloading
Product quality assurance (Tank Certification, Product Sampling, etc.)
Product Inventory (Volume Measurement)
Daily Inspections and Facility Walk Around
General Filing and Data Entry
Maintenance and troubleshooting of mechanical equipment
Position does not include travel expense reimbursement or relocation
Demonstrated ability to maintain a consistent safe work ethic
Safe driving skills and a valid driver's license
Able to plan daily work activities in accordance with established Company and Regulatory procedures.
Able to work effectively both alone and with others
Able to communicate (read, write, and speak) effectively
Able to use Microsoft Office suite of programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)
Able to operate hand tools or other equipment to accomplish assigned tasks
Knowledge of emergency response procedures and DOT motor carrier regulations
Willing and able to obtain a Class II Waste Water Treatment License within 1 year of employment
Willing and able to ascending to the top of tanks to perform gauging or other work
Willing and able to work both indoors and outdoors, in a variety of weather conditions and temperatures
Willing and able to work rotating shifts, including holidays, weekends and overtime. The position will be required to respond to call-outs and perform relief work
Willing and able and able to attend and successfully complete required training courses
Willing and able to comply with the site’s requirements for safety equipment and respirator use; this may require shaving facial hair
ExxonMobil is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status.