Facility Operator 4 (or Trainee)
Job status: Full Time Permanent
Department: DRU Operations
Application Deadline is May 25, 2022 at 11:59pm.
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Reporting to the DRU Facility Operations Team Lead, the DRU Facility Operator is responsible to perform tasks that support operation of the 50,000 bpd Diluent Recovery Unit (DRU) located near the Gibson Hardisty Terminal. The DRU is a 3rd Class Power Plant requiring continuous 4th Class Shift supervision and a 3rd Class Chief under ABSA. The position is responsible for carrying out activities to assist in the safe and reliable operations as well as day to day maintenance, regulatory compliance, execution of maintenance and growth projects while ensuring the integrity of facility assets.
Supports the safe and reliable operation of the DRU facility.
Conducts sampling and testing to verify facility is meeting product quality specifications.
Develop an understanding of the DRU facility process, operational parameters, and impact on product specification.
Conduct maintenance and repairs, equipment checks on process equipment and steam generator.
Assist in the planning and execution of assigned maintenance expense and capital projects including minor facility modifications or upgrades, and piping and equipment integrity work.
Participate in reviewing site-specific procedures and training manuals.
Provides hands-on assistance to maintenance personnel as required.
Ensures all maintenance projects and work are carried out in a safe and efficient manner and compliant with all applicable regulations.
Manages the Gibson Energy’s Authorization to Work Program at their asset(s) and is aware of all work being performed in their respective location and identify any potential conflicts; work observations, inspections and other.
Assists with ground disturbance requirements as directed.
Provides emergency response, on-call support and relief coverage as required.
Promotes the Company’s strong safety culture by supporting EH&S related meetings, near miss, incident and compliance reporting and investigations.
Demonstrates a personal commitment and proactive approach to Environment, Health & Safety (EH&S) through participation in all applicable EH&S programs and ensures safe operation of the branch, team or unit and compliance with all Company EH&S policies and procedures.
May perform other duties as assigned.
Minimum ABSA 4th Class Power Engineering certification. 3rd Class Power Engineering is an asset.
Experience in processing operations and steam generation is an asset.
Will be required to participate in the Operator training program for the appropriate operations level.
Proficient in the use of PC’s and Microsoft Windows software, including Word and Excel.
12 hours rotating day and night shifts, the DRU currently operates with 1 Facility Operator on night shift with limited support.
Field based position.
Work involves hands-on support of active operations and maintenance in an outdoor environment.
Must be available to support outside normal work hours and on-call emergency response.
Required skills include the ability to lift, carry and pull up to 50 lbs, effectively work at heights, climb stairs and ladders frequently and walk for 50-60% of the shift which may include walking on uneven surfaces.
This job is subject to pre-employment drug and alcohol testing as outlined in Gibson Energy’s Drug & Alcohol policy.
Gibson strongly encourages all applicants to be fully vaccinated with the COVID-19 vaccine as soon as the vaccine is available to you as Gibson considers vaccination to be a vital tool in the fight against the pandemic. In the event that the Gibson Energy COVID-19 sight access policy becomes reinstated, proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test result is required for entry to all Gibson locations, participation in all Gibson related activities, and for business travel, unless an exemption is required by law. Gibson may update its vaccination polices/requirements at any time in its sole discretion.
Please note: all employment offers are contingent upon completion of satisfactory background check, which, depending upon the position and function you are applying for, may include the following: criminal background check, employment references, employment verification, credit inquiry check and education/credential verification.
In addition, if the position you are applying for is deemed safety sensitive, applicants extended an offer will be required to undergo a Drug & Alcohol screening process. All employment offers are contingent upon a successful completion of this screening process.