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Magellan Midstream Partners, L.P.
Technician (Anhyd Ammonia Pipeline)
FORGAN, OK 73938 United States
Technician (Anhyd Ammonia Pipeline)
The Technician is responsible for providing operational, technical, electrical, and mechanical support for all assigned facilities. Incumbents are responsible for a variety of tasks involved in operating, troubleshooting, testing, maintaining, installing, and repairing equipment within an assigned area, as well as line locating, damage prevention, and public education. This is considered an intermediate or journey-level position that the incumbent can perform independently or with minimal supervision. Final salary and grade will be commensurate with background skills, experience, and internal equity. Candidates from Liberal, KS, Beaver, OK and surrounding areas are encouraged to apply.
Please apply online at www.magellanlp.com
NOTE: The individual selected for this position will be required to attend new employee orientation in Tulsa, OK. Currently anticipate attendance between August 11-15, and August 26-30.
Provide the primary technical and operational support for assigned location(s):
- Perform routine testing, inspection, maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of all assigned mainline and facility equipment/systems, including but not limited to: pumps, electric motors, electrical equipment, electronic and/or pneumatic instrumentation, programmable logic controllers, measurement systems, product testing & analysis, piping systems, valves, centrifugal, positive displacement pumps, turbine meters, and similar other equipment and systems.
Execute Damage Prevention and Public Education activities and tasks:
> Safely and effectively perform all Damage Prevention and Public Education tasks and procedures.
> Ensure One Calls, line locates and Aerial Patrol activities are completed in specified timeframes.
> May provide area pipeline locator training as required.
> Proactively work with One Call group to improve performance measures in mapping, county notes, and field cleared tickets
> Professionally and positively represent the Company to the community and other stakeholders groups in Public Education and Damage Prevention activities and tasks.
> Comply with company policies and procedures, including System Integrity Plan (SIP) and OQ requirements and implement them into location work practices.
> Work with minimal supervision in performing all related tasks.
> Participate on the facility emergency response team
> Attend classes or training to become the On Scene Incident Commander as appropriate.
- Maintain a working knowledge of company policies/procedures as they relate to the operation/maintenance of the assigned assets, including System Integrity Plan (SIP) and OQ requirements and implement them into location work practices. Attend and actively participate in required safety training meetings.
- Complete and maintain required documentation/records associated with performing operations, maintenance, and repair.
- Manage location projects, including major overhauls, troubleshooting for pumps and mechanical seals, new installations, or modifications of existing equipment, etc.
Skills and Qualifications: Minimum of two years experience in the maintenance and operation of anhydrous ammonia or other products, Pipelines, Terminals, Pump Stations, or equivalent industry experience. Applicable associated degree and/or two years of vocational/technical training from a recognized institution majoring in electronics, electricity or diesel mechanics is preferred. Familiarity with the safe handling of anhydrous ammonia preferred. Valid state driver's license to drive a company vehicle
Individuals with several years of technical work experience that possess the basic required skills along with the ability to apply them within their assigned area of responsibility, independently or with limited assistance.
Ability to provide primary technical support for a location(s)
* Demonstrated "hands on" mechanical, electrical, instrumentation and computer skills
* Effective organizational and administrative skills
* Communication skills necessary to effectively interact with supervision, other members of the workgroup, and other company representatives or customers.
Working Conditions: Occasionally driving Company vehicles to perform duties.
Physical demands include: constantly (2/3 or more of time) hearing, seeing (acuity, near, far, and depth); frequently (from 1/3 to 2/3 of time) talking; and occasionally (up to 1/3 of time) sitting, standing, walking, lifting (up to 50 lbs), carrying, pushing, pulling (up to 50 lbs), climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, reaching, handling, fingering, feeling, and wearing personal protective equipment up to and including self contained breathing aparatus (SCBA). Must be available for some overtime during nights, weekends and holidays. Must be a self starter and willing to function either independently or in a team environment. May require some travel.
Environmental Conditions includes working outside and inside and exposure to extreme heat and/or cold, noise, vibration, anhydrous ammonia, and petrochemicals.
Additional requirements: The ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing in English with co- workers, supervisors, internal and external customers; the ability to work in stressful conditions; the ability to adapt and respond in changing circumstances; the ability to use a personal computer with the Windows(R) operating system to complete time sheets, send and receive email, and access information posted on the Company's intranet; availability as needed to work on both a scheduled and call-out basis; and the ability to work at the assigned job site.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, skills, or working conditions.
Magellan Midstream Holdings GP, LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Education, training, experience:
Minimum of two years experience in the maintenance and operation of anhydrous ammonia or other products, Pipelines, Terminals, Pump Stations, or equivalent industry experience. Applicable associated degree and/or two years of vocational/technical training from a recognized institution majoring in electronics, electricity or diesel mechanics is preferred. Familiarity with the safe handling of anhydrous ammonia preferred. Valid state driver's license to drive a company vehicle
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