CITGO Petroleum Corporation

Terminal Coordinator

Requisition #
2017-4702
Baltimore
Maryland
# of Openings
1

Relocation

Relocation Benefits Available for this Position

Note

Employer will not sponsor visas for position

Job Summary

Responsible for operating and maintaining terminal and product stored on site using established procedures. Performs tank gauging, sample gathering, testing and routine maintenance. Oversees product receiving, truck loading and upkeep of terminal facility.

 

 

Minimum Qualifications

  • High School or equivalent education
  • 2 years of job-related experience (operations and/or maintenance)
  • Some computer knowledge helpful
  • Valid Drivers License
  • Flexibility to work 24/7 operations, includes nights and weekends.

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:
The Maritime Transportation Security Act requires all persons who will need unescorted access to a regulated facility to have a valid Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC), issued in accordance with the rules established by the United States Coast Guard and the Transportation Security Administration.  Candidates selected for employment must meet eligibility criteria to obtain a TWIC card.

 

The following link lists the eligible criteria for all persons trying to obtain a TWIC card:  http://www.tsa.gov/what_we_do/layers/twic/index.shtm

Job Duties

1. OPERATE FACILITY IN ACCORDANCE WITH FACILITY SECURITY, SPCC PLAN AND USCG OPERATIONS MANAUAL        

                           

  • Open and close valves
  • Take product samples/run tests     
  • Gauge tanks/temperatures
  • Record meter readings
  • Visually verify valve position
  • Conduct security screening and checks
  • Complete required inspections and checklist  

2. MARINE DOCK OPERATIONS & PRODUCT RECEIPTS          

 

  • Coordinate with delivery company – communicate
  • Interface with inspectors
  • Assist in tie up of vessel
  • Prepare declaration of inspections and declarations of security
  • Make hose connections from dock to vessel
  • Gauge vessels
  • Align piping and valves
  • Calculate opening and closing quantities
  • Inspect and monitor lines and hoses during transfer
  • Gauge vessel and calculate inventory
  • Act as person in charge (PIC)

3. PERFORM ROUTINE PLANT MAINTENANCE            

 

  • Repair and inspect rack equipment
  • Repair and calibrate tank gauging
  • Grease valves/oil pumps
  • Maintain and keep organized terminal buildings and grounds
  • Care for grass/landscaping
  • Perform custodial duties
  • Drain water from tanks
  • Repair automation equipment
  • Troubleshoot equipment malfunction

4. TEST & INSPECT EQUIPMENT                          

 

  • Test high level alarms and log
  • Inspect fire extinguishers monthly
  • Inspect/Log VRU/VCU
  • Inspect seals at rack; log and repair as required
  • Inspect and test firewater pump and foam system
  • Complete all checklist as required

5. SUPERVISE TRUCK LOADING OPERATIONS                

 

  • Train drivers on use of rack equipment and procedures
  • Issue driver cards
  • Inspect transports
  • Maintain driver/trailer files
  • Enter data into automation system

6. ROUTINE OPERATIONS                                

 

  • Monitor tank levels
  • Offload trucks
  • Receive additive
  • Skim separators
  • Daily meter readings
  • Prove meters
  • Calculate tank inventories
  • Reconcile daily close outs
  • Product tank transfers
  • Product blending
  • Interface with and monitor contractors
  • Complete computer-based training.

 

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