Job Description and Responsibilities
The general responsibilities for the Logistics Technician
Responsible to unload, load, and transfer the various products that are manufactured and used at the Houston plant in a manner that is safe and environmentally sound. Material transfers can be made to or from process tanks, barges, rail cars, tank trucks, and other specified containers. The various products include, spent acid, fresh acid, oleum, sulfur dioxide, and sulfur. Perform the various tasks identified in the Shipping and Unloading procedures, for example, opening valves, pressuring up tank cars, loading fresh acid, operating pumps, monitoring tank levels, inspection reports etc... Other functions or assignments as defined by supervision to maintain efficient operation of the loading department and/or the Plant. Be able to utilize the computer to access plant information as necessary, for example E-mail, Lotus notes, work orders as well as use these tools to conduct your job.
Additional Responsibilities for the Logistics Technician
position will include:
- Writing procedures, completing work permits, conducting safety meetings
- Comply with all department, plant and corporate HSE policies and rules
- Comply with all regulatory agency requirements
- Participate in regular safety and toolbox meetings
- Participate in HAZOPs and PSUSRs as required
- Maintain high area housekeeping standards
- Write and follow up on Safety Work Orders
- Be well-versed in and compliant with all SOPs
- Participation in risk assessment audits (PHA, CTA, JSA, etc) as applicable.
- Meet the Top 10 Employee Expectations
- Meet the Primary Logistics Expectations
- Basic reading and math capabilities
- Basic computer knowledge (use of email, filling out electronic documents, etc)
- Basic mechanical aptitude (can use a wrench to turn a nut, etc)
- Safe work attitude
- High school diploma or general education degree (GED
- Tankerman certification must be renewed annually.
- MMD license must be renewed every five years.