Fuel Supply Tech I
Location: Red Rock, OK
Job Family Summary:
As a member of a team, charged with the operations and maintenance of the coal handling system.
Operates and maintains heavy motorized equipment and industrial equipment [i.e. forklift].
Responsible for compliance with all local, state and federal transportation regulations and guidelines pertaining to operating heavy equipment.
Operates and maintains all equipment associated with fuel supply, and combustible dust. Installs, repairs, inspects, overhauls, troubleshoots, and performs maintenance to coal handling equipment and systems.
Maintenance tasks include but are not limited to: pipefitting, and welding.
Performs mechanical duties with pumps, electric motors, air compressors, valves, welding, fabrication, construction, pipefittings, etc.
Monitors and operates the coal handling equipment from the dumper to the tripper.
Observes operating parameters of equipment and assures that optimum operating conditions are maintained.
Level of Responsibility:
Performs varied tasks and projects directly related to craft trade.
Gathers and analyzes relevant information to develop and implement the best course of action to ensure job is successfully completed in a safe manner.
Often works under minimal or no supervision.
Resolves most questions and problems, and refers only the most complex issues to higher level.
Resolves problems through mastery of craft, trade knowledge and principles. Follows established Operating Procedures, Operating
Practices and Approved Work Methods to accomplish requirements of job.
Possesses career level knowledge to successfully perform job.
Inspect, clean, lubricate, service and make minor adjustments and repairs to equipment as necessary.
Complete Fuel Supply Operator computer based training and attain profiency in all Fuel Supply systems.
Complete training relating to the hazards, mitigation, and clean up of Combustible Dust.
Repair, inspect and maintain coal handling equipment and auxiliaries including equipment alignment.
Proficient use of power and hand tools,various industrial equipment as needed and performance of general craft tasks.
Reads and interprets drawings and prints.
Works with other craft and plant personnel as required.
Utilizes SAP/PM system for equipment history and verification of work performed.
Continually seeks process improvement to save cost and increase efficiency.
Operates heavy motorized equipment (e.g., cranes, backhoes, bulldozers, scrapers, conveying systems, trucks and other similar equipment).
Monitor, operate and check equipment to ensure normal equipment operations.
Identify and take corrective action, including and/or initiating Notifications for equipment repair.
Ensure accurate logs, records data, and verbally communicates plant conditions to leadership and team members, as required.
Promotes safety through actions and behavior in support of an incident and injury-free environment.
May be required to work non-standard work schedules and be available to Team, as needed.
May be required to travel.
May be required to lift fifty (50) pounds or more.
May be required to work at heights up to and exceeding thirty (30) feet, underground and in confined spaces.
May be exposed to extreme conditions and inclement weather.
Required to supervise a Team which includes supervision, crews and/or contractors.
Knowledge, Skill and Abilities:
Ability to adopt and practice IIF (Incident and Injury Free) philosophy.
Ability to obtain all required certifications.
Ability to communicate effectively in speech and writing.
Ability to interact effectively and professionally with team members, leaders, and customers.
Ability to troubleshoot, diagnosis problems, and resolve effectively.
Ability to understand and comply with company policies and operating procedures.
Ability to understand plant equipment, systems and/or processes.
Ability to use common purpose hand tools and other materials of various craft trades.
Ability to work with minimal supervision, following approved work methods and standard testing practices.
Basic Computer skills with knowledge of Outlook email and ability to learn work management systems (i.e. SAP/PM).
Demonstrated ability to adjust and adapt across varied working conditions and evolving business needs.
Knowledge and understanding of safety requirements and the use of personal protective equipment.
Knowledge of basic math. Mechanical aptitude and familiarity working with mechanical equipment (e.g., pumps, electric motors, valves, construction, pipe fitting, etc.) and heavy equipment (e.g., D9 dozer or above, large tractors, etc.).
Acquire Lock Out Tag Out (LOTO) qualification in Fuel Supply systems.
Pass knowledge and skills board review before progressing to Fuel Technician II level.
High School Diploma or GED Equivalent and Two (2) years experience in a related mechanical field (e.g., heavy equipment operator/mechanic, power plant, industrialized mechanical, equivalent military, etc.); or Associate's Degree in a Technical discipline (e.g., heavy equipment operator/mechanic, power plant, industrialized mechanical, equivalent military, etc.).
Successfully pass WorkKeys Assessment or equivalent (i.e. Associate's Degree or higher in a technical discipline; or prior military experience at the journey level or one enlistment completed with DD Form 214
Discharge Papers and Separation Documents; or Two (2) years journey level experience in a craft technical/mechanical role).