Kinder Morgan Maintenance Supervisor in HAMMOND, Indiana
Job ID #: 17907
5 - 7 Years
May be Considered
High School Diploma
6744 -MWREG BP WHITING :MWREG
Position Description To expand and manage the maintenance program for the BP Whiting. Utilize the current maintenance program Dossier. Manage systems that will assign and track preventative maintenance work orders, track fuel and maintenance costs, track machine and equipment hours, create and track non-routine maintenance tasks through work orders; on all BP Whiting equipment. Manage contractors and employees during maintenance tasks and projects. Assist BP Whiting management with supervising the union employees on non-maintenance issues.
Position Requirements•Supervises maintenance operations, contractors, technical and administrative activities in a manner consistent with safe company operations, maintenance, financial and organizational requirements•Supervises the development of terminal personnel•Assures the utilization of specific controls, procedures and safety criteria for each of the terminal functions•Assess and recommend new procedures to reduce costs, improve productivity, and conform to KM Safety Quality and Environmental (SQE) policy•Understands the operations and has the ability to supervise union employees•Requires availability to support Plant Superintendent and assist in managing employees when required.•Requires the ability to supervise and support numerous operations simultaneously, maintenance tasks simultaneously, and contractors simultaneously.•Support new business as it arrives•Flexible work hours which may include shift work, overtime, weekends, and holidays. Weekend rotation with the other supervisors may be required. Vacation/Holiday coverage for OPS Supervisors is required. •Track and manage contractors in ISNetWorld.•Conduct contractor safety meetings, assigns and creates Job Hazard Analysis's (JHA’s) as required.•Manage the Dossier maintenance software•Conform to all KM SQE standards, policies, and procedures.•Actively participate in KM training, SQE meetings, and create Site Specific Procedures (SSP’s) and JHA’s.•Project management, procurement/logistics, and reporting•5 years of progressively more responsible industry experience in appropriate maintenance and operations areas • Demonstrated knowledge and experience relative to Bulk operations including experience with rail loading and unloading, truck loading and unloading, and barge loading and unloading • Demonstrated knowledge of electrical control systems, PLC systems, hydraulics, pneumatics, HVAC and mechanical issues related to the bulk transfer industry • Basic understanding of bulk transfer equipment such as grain legs, conveyors, mobile equipment such as forklifts and loaders, skid steers and dozers. Understanding of the bulk (pet coke, cement, coal, grain, salt, etc.) unloading equipment.• Strong supervision and planning skills in a union environment and with demonstrated ability and practical judgment to handle diverse and/or complex operations problems • Ability to take initiative, exhibit self-direction, and work with co-workers as a team to accomplish defined goals in a challenging environment • Good communications, motivational, and coordination skills • Will be required to carry a company-provided cell phone, available to respond during working and non-working hours as required; maximum response time to call-outs is one (1) hour • Conduct safety meetings in compliance with company policy in a professional manner • Investigate and report incidents • Ability to work in an environment that includes dusts (pet coke, cement, coal, grain, salt, etc.) • Must be able to wear standard provided PPE (Hard Hat, safety eyewear, KM uniform, gloves, Rain Gear, Steel Toe Boots)• Physical requirements include, but may not be limited to, walking up and down stairs/ladders, negotiating uneven surfaces, and carry up to 50 pounds. • Excellent communication skills, both person to person and electronic communication • Excellent math skills (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, percentages, and fractions) • Maintain regular dependable attendance and high level of performance • Open to a flexible work schedule. Weekend, overtime and holidays as required. Typical 9-12 hour shifts required. Afternoon and night shift work may be required during emergency brake downs. • Successful completion of a background check and drug screen upon offer • Must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license and a driving record satisfactory to the company and its insurers • Other related duties as assigned Ability to supervise weekend work as it is assigned; participate in a revolving weekend schedule. Preferred Experience, Skills and Knowledge (above the minimum requirements; not required, but advantageous in this position) • Previous experience with grain leg operations• Previous experience in the bulk loading and offloading industry• Previous experience in hydraulics, welding, electrical, and PLC equipment• Previous experience managing/supervising union employees• Experience in supervising multiple operations simultaneously• Experience with Environmental, Health, and Safety programs• Managing of maintenance software• Knowledge of this type of industry maintenance, including but not limited to wheel loaders, skid steer loaders, forklifts, dozers, backhoe, cranes, remote control cranes, and PLC operation systems.
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