$35 - $38
Responsible for the operation of the Energy Center of the plant to ensure maximum production, quantity, and quality
, by monitoring plant process and equipment. Operators will work on a 12-hour rotating shift schedule, while supporting the policies, goals and objectives of the company.
Energy Center Operators will work a 12-hour rotating shift schedule.
- Ensure that process is operated in a safe, timely, and cost effective manner.
- Communicate regularly with all operators, both individually and as a group, to ensure consistent operation among the shifts.
- Follow all plant policies and procedures.
- Ensure that the plant is clean and organized.
- Help Maintain and update operating procedures and training manuals for process operations.
Help Monitor and control plant operations.
- Work with plant DCS & PLC control systems.
- Responsible for taking daily logs on all plant equipment.
- Work with Boilers, Dryers, Water treatment and auxiliary equipment.
- Follow instructed Standard Operating Procedures and parameters for Boilers, Dryers, Water treatment, and Auxiliary equipment.
- Field monitor equipment and help troubleshoot plant operation issues.
- Assist with the Maintenance and cleanliness of plant process areas and plant equipment.
- The boiler operator will also help with the grain handling / shipping and receiving areas of the plant.
Participates in Quality Assurance program.
- Communicate directly with QA lab to ensure effective participation in the implementation of QA policies and procedures for the energy center.
- Sample and test process streams as required by the QA program and procedures.
- Maintain QA records.
- Understand and interpret QA results and take appropriate action when required.
Participates in Plant Maintenance program.
- Communicate directly with the maintenance department to coordinate maintenance and repair work in process areas.
- Perform preventative maintenance activities as required.
- Assist maintenance technicians in performing maintenance and repairs.
- Assist with diagnosing and trouble-shooting maintenance related issues.
Participates in safety, health and environmental programs.
- Be familiar and understand city, county, state and federal regulations relating to process operations. Work in a manner to ensure that these regulations are met at all times.
- Participate in plant safety program and follow all procedures.
- Participate in programs and procedures required to ensure plant cleanliness.
- Monitor use and inventories of process chemicals.
- Other duties may be assigned.
Minimum Job Requirements
a. Must hold a State of Minnesota 1st Class B Boiler Engineer license or higher.
b. Computer skills: basic knowledge of Microsoft Office products; Word, Excel, Power Point
c. Must have the ability to work effectively with computerized maintenance management system.
d. Effective oral and written communication skills.
e. Time management skills.
- Preferred minimum degree from a two year collage or a Technical/vocational school, military background or 3 years work experience.
VIII. Working environment:
a. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly exposed to work near moving mechanical parts
b. The employee is occasionally exposed to wet or humid conditions; must be able to climb ladders and to work in high, precarious places; and outdoor weather conditions. Boiler Operator must be able to lift objects up to 50 pounds.
c. The employee may be occasionally exposed to high noise environments.
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