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Terminal Operator

Suncor - Port Moody, Canada

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Job ID 24525

 

Job Overview

Are you passionate about safety, building positive relationships, working within a positive team environment, and do you possess strong integrity? If so, then we have the role for you! Reporting to the operations supervisor, Burrard terminal, you will be responsible for safely and reliably operating and maintaining the Port Moody distribution terminal including receipt, storage, handling, and transfer of refined products via rail, marine, and truck.

Key Accountabilities

  • Ensure the safe operation of the terminal: maintain awareness for personal and co-workers’ safety, immediately address and report hazardous situations, and ensure knowledge and compliance with our safety and environmental policies and procedures
  • Manage fuel material by safely and timely transfers of products via marine docks and rail loading / offloading racks, and draining and preparing equipment for maintenance
  • Control and monitor facility operations using AutoX and other monitoring programs
  • Maintain operating integrity of rail loading / offloading racks, additive injection systems, jet filter systems, valves, tanks and lines, pumps, buildings, docks and related equipment
  • Conduct sampling and testing as per the schedule or when required by quality issues
  • Monitor equipment conditions regularly and address any deviations in a timely manner
  • Issue or authorize work permits in accordance with our standards
  • Maintain and exchange a detailed account of the day’s activities and actions taken to mitigate risks and to ensure optimal shift transitions
  • Support the terminal operation to improve our safety culture and overall safety performance on the journey to zero. In addition, participate in emergency situations including fires and spills as required
  • Maintain competencies by reading and understanding new procedures or relevant changes to the manuals and documentation, and ensure regulatory training and certifications are up to date

Required Qualifications

Experience and Education:

  • Two or more years of experience in railcar, truck, pipeline or marine liquid product handling
  • Experience handling hydrocarbon as well as completion of a trade ticket preferred
  • Completion of your transportation of dangerous goods (TDG), workplace hazardous material information systems (WHMIS) and counterbalanced forklift certifications is preferred
  • High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (GED); post-secondary education is preferred
  • Possess a valid B.C. driver’s licence and a clean driving record; class 1 or class 3 with air preferred

 Skills and Knowledge:

  • Strong computer skills, including Microsoft Office suite and experience working with computerized equipment
  • Attaining and/or maintaining your TDG, WHMIS, standard first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation and automated external defibrillator (CPR/AED) are considered assets
  • Strong communication, both written and verbal, with diverse groups
  • Proven safety and continuous improvement mindset with the ability to actively participate in all safety initiatives
  • You possess strong problem solving, decision-making and analytical skills

 Working Conditions

  • This position has been identified as safety sensitive
  • The shift schedule of this part-time role is dependent on the role performed: it could be an 8, 10 or or 12-hour shift; flexibility is required
  • This position is eligible for overtime
  • You possess the physical capabilities to safely perform all essential aspects and responsibilities of the role, and the mechanical aptitude to capably handle the operation of terminal equipment and maintenance in an all-weather outdoor environment while wearing appropriate personal protective equipment

Why Suncor

Are you passionate about safety, building positive relationships, working within a positive team environment, and do you possess strong integrity? If so, then we have the role for you! Reporting to the operations supervisor, Burrard terminal, you will be responsible for safely and reliably operating and maintaining the Port Moody distribution terminal including receipt, storage, handling, and transfer of refined products via rail, marine, and truck.


  • Ensure the safe operation of the terminal: maintain awareness for personal and co-workers’ safety, immediately address and report hazardous situations, and ensure knowledge and compliance with our safety and environmental policies and procedures
  • Manage fuel material by safely and timely transfers of products via marine docks and rail loading / offloading racks, and draining and preparing equipment for maintenance
  • Control and monitor facility operations using AutoX and other monitoring programs
  • Maintain operating integrity of rail loading / offloading racks, additive injection systems, jet filter systems, valves, tanks and lines, pumps, buildings, docks and related equipment
  • Conduct sampling and testing as per the schedule or when required by quality issues
  • Monitor equipment conditions regularly and address any deviations in a timely manner
  • Issue or authorize work permits in accordance with our standards
  • Maintain and exchange a detailed account of the day’s activities and actions taken to mitigate risks and to ensure optimal shift transitions
  • Support the terminal operation to improve our safety culture and overall safety performance on the journey to zero. In addition, participate in emergency situations including fires and spills as required
  • Maintain competencies by reading and understanding new procedures or relevant changes to the manuals and documentation, and ensure regulatory training and certifications are up to date

Required Qualifications

 


Preferred Qualifications

 

Company Description

 
Suncor Energy is Canada's energy company - meaning rewarding opportunities for you to apply your knowledge, contribute and grow in a variety of career-building positions. Our business portfolio spans the entire energy sector, from a leadership position in oil sands development, to refining and marketing operations, natural gas, and conventional oil production, internationally and offshore East Coast Canada.

And while we are working to responsibly develop petroleum resources and contribute to the communities where we live and work, we are also developing our renewable energy portfolio, which includes wind power and biofuels.

As part of Suncor's team, you'll contribute to the ongoing success of Canada's largest energy company - one with a solid track record of growth, a focus on safety and sustainability and tremendous potential for the future. And you'll have the opportunity to learn from experts in the industry and build on your skills every day.

Suncor promotes diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Suncor is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from all qualified individuals. Suncor is committed to accessibility and accommodations will be provided to applicants upon request. At Suncor, we are dedicated to building a workforce that reflects the diversity of the communities in which we live, and where every team member has the opportunity to reach their full potential.

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Additional Information

 
  • Job ID
    20180818225
  • Post Date
    Aug 18, 2018
  • Employee Type
    Full-time
  • Relocation Eligible
    Yes
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