CAREERS


HEAVY MACHINE OPERATOR

HEAVY MACHINE OPERATOR

(updated 1/21/2019)

This is a full-time hourly position, plus bonus. Work schedule will be Monday through Friday and Saturdays as needed. This position reports directly to the Department Crew Leader. Job duties and work hours are subject to change at any time.

WORK PERFORMED IN THIS POSITION

•Operate large excavating equipment in an industrial setting unloading material from various types of trailers.
•Sort material by type and place in proper storage area.
•Communicate with fellow employees on operating procedures and securing material.
•Move material from storage to production conveyor.
•Perform pre and post operational checklist on equipment to maintain optimum operation of equipment on a daily basis.
•Follow all safety rules of the facility.
•Follow instructions from the crew leader of the department.
•Health, Safety, and Environmental compliance.
•Compliance with Employee Handbook
•All other duties as assigned.

JOB REQUIREMENTS

•Minimum of three years' experience operating large excavating equipment on a daily basis.
•Capable of sitting and operating equipment on a 9-hour work schedule.
•Ability to work in all weather conditions.
•Ability to lift up to 50 lbs.


This Position Description is subject to change at any time.

TORCHMAN

TORCHMAN

(updated 1/21/2019)

This is a full-time hourly position, plus bonus. Work schedule will be Monday through Friday and Saturdays as needed. This position reports directly to the Cut-Grade Crew Leader. Job duties and work hours are subject to change at any time.

WORK PERFORMED IN THIS POSITION

•Using a torch supplied by oxygen and natural gas to cut steel to the required specifications for shipment to consumers.
•Ability to identify the different grades of ferrous metal for proper sorting.
•Maintain all torching equipment on daily basis in order to achieve maximum operation of equipment.
•Maintain and preserve all required personal protective equipment that is required to perform the job.
•Follow instructions of crew leader to perform the daily tasks and follow safety rules.
•Health, Safety, and Environmental compliance.
•Compliance with Employee Handbook
•All other duties as assigned.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

•Ability to work outdoors in all weather conditions.
•Ability to work in environment that has above normal heat conditions.
•Ability to wear personal protective respirator, flame resistant clothing, hard hat, face shield, steel toe boots and full sleeve gloves.
•Ability to work standing 9 hours per day.
•Ability to lift up to 50 lbs.


This Position Description is subject to change at any time.

SCALE MASTER

(updated 2/5/2019)

This is a full-time hourly position. Work schedule will be Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturdays from 8 a.m. to noon. This position reports directly to the Plant Manager. Job duties and work hours are subject to change at any time.

WORK PERFORMED IN THIS POSITION

•Operate 2 full length truck scales to record weights of incoming and outgoing truckloads of scrap metal using proprietary computer software
•Ability to work efficiently using Microsoft Excel computer software
•Ability to work efficiently using Microsoft Outlook computer software
•File completed weight tickets on daily basis
•Ability to learn scrap metal terms for grading material received on daily basis.
•Ability to upload daily purchases to regulatory websites via the internet using computer software.
•Ability to work with customers to resolve issues using strong customer service skills.
•Ability and willingness to work as part of a team to accomplish team goals
•Maintain and preserve all required personal protective equipment that is required to perform the job.
•Follow instructions of immediate supervisor to perform the daily tasks and follow safety rules.
•Health, Safety, and Environmental compliance.
•Compliance with Employee Handbook
•All other duties as assigned.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

•Ability to work outdoors occasionally during the day in all weather conditions.
•Ability to work standing up to 8 hours per day.
•Ability to climb up to 2 feet off ground

This Position Description is subject to change at any time.

WELDER/FABRICATOR

(updated 2/4/2019)

This is a full-time hourly position. Work schedule will be Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturdays from 8 a.m. to noon. This position reports directly to the Plant Manager. Job duties and work hours are subject to change at any time.

WORK PERFORMED IN THIS POSITION

•Using a torch supplied by oxygen and natural gas to cut and weld steel and other metals to the required specifications for customers, both internal and the public
•Ability to choose materials and fabricate steel and other metal items based on customer orders.
•Ability to operate a telehandler machine.
•Maintain all torching equipment on daily basis in order to achieve maximum operation of equipment.
•Perform customer service by entering customer sales information into computer software and operating simple credit card machine.
•Ability to perform simple math and handle money including ability to count correct change to customers.
•Maintain and preserve all required personal protective equipment that is required to perform the job.
•Follow instructions of crew leader to perform the daily tasks and follow safety rules.
•Health, Safety, and Environmental compliance.
•Compliance with Employee Handbook
•All other duties as assigned.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

•Ability to work outdoors in all weather conditions.
•Ability to work in environment that has above normal heat conditions.
•Ability to wear personal protective respirator, flame resistant clothing, hard hat, face shield, steel toe boots and full sleeve gloves.
•Ability to work standing 8 hours per day.
•Ability to lift up to 50 lbs.

This Position Description is subject to change at any time.

The purpose of the Level I, Mobile Fuel & Lube Technician is to deploy best practices in the field of mobile equipment lubrication & fueling, as it is applied to the equipment's condition monitoring program, lubrication maintenance and fueling practices. Generally, this individual has daily contact with all of the heavy and support mobile equipment and routine influence over the condition of lubricants and fuels in use. The individual is directly involved in the machine lubrication programs and is directed by the Mobile Maintenance Department Lead along with the Lubrication Programs, lubrication specialist.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES and TASKS

•Manage lubricant delivery, storage and dispensation in accordance with best practices
•Manage a route for machinery re-lubrication and/or inspection.
•Use simple techniques to select grease application methods (including automated delivery) that are least intrusive and most effective for machines commonly found in mobile equipment.
•Use simple techniques to estimate re-grease and lube volume and interval for machines commonly operated in industrial settings.
•Properly maintain automatic lubrication systems (auto-grease, mist systems, etc.).
•Deploy basic oil analysis techniques to identify and troubleshoot abnormal lubricant degradation conditions and use simple techniques to adjust the lubricant specification accordingly.
•Monitor the application and training of proper lubrication practices as it applies to those responsible in lubrication duties.
•Responsible for daily fueling of all equipment
•Responsible daily for greasing all fittings and top off all fluids to original manufacturer (OEM) standard.
•Diagnose and repair company assets, maintain repair order documentation and assist other Request parts required as necessary
•Ensure service trucks are kept clean, organized, and maintained properly and ready for use at all times.
•Immediately report any safety violations and correct unsafe acts or conditions.
•Perform technical inspections and document findings.
•Perform Preventive Maintenance operations when required.
•Drop oil and change filters.
•Assist in preventative maintenance
•Supporting other technicians with performing scheduled and unscheduled maintenance
•Maintain a clean job site: picks up all tools, equipment, secures job site each day to eliminate potential hazards.
•Maintain tools and equipment
•Perform other duties as assigned by Foreman

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

•High School diploma. Formal vocational or technical training a plus.
•Minimum of 3 years' experience as a fuel and lube technician or similar experience.
•Good general knowledge of heavy, light and support mobile equipment.
•Good general knowledge of maintenance equipment & tools applicable to the job.
•Good communication skills: verbal and written in English.
•Knowledge in Reliability Based Maintenance, a plus.
•Knowledgeable in reading working drawings, schematics and technical information.
•Knowledgeable in mobile equipment lubrication and fuel systems
•Familiar with DOT regulations pertaining to safe fleet operations
•Familiar with Work Order Management Systems.
•Familiar with heavy equipment and OTR truck gas & diesel power engines and drive trains, a plus.
•Proficient in the use of safety equipment to include, but not limited to: fall protection, respirators and PPE where applicable.
•Able to lead work crews in a safe and efficient manner.
•Able to handle physical aspects.
•Ability to demonstrate a thorough knowledge of applicable safety precautions
•Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
•Ability to independently operate heavy equipment.
•Ability to operate in a fast-paced environment that requires multitasking while maintaining a high level of organization
•Ability to demonstrate excellent problem-solving skills, mechanical aptitude, outstanding communication skills, both oral and written
•Ability to work independently and maintain a schedule of work.
•Ability to maintain a dependable attendance record
•Must be available to work Overtime
•Class A CDL a plus

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

•Stands, walk, use hands, reaches, climbs, stoops, kneel, crouch, crawl, talk and hear frequently 30% - 70%.
•Lifts to 50 lbs. 30% - 70%.
•Lifts to 100 lbs. under 30%.
•Requires close vision at 20 inches or less.
•Requires distant vision at 20 feet or more.
•Requires the ability to distinguish colors.
•Requires good peripheral vision.
•Must be able to walk comfortably up to a mile daily
•Frequently will be required to push/pull and climb ladders greater than 20ft.

ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
Will occasionally be exposed to:

•Work near moving mechanical parts regularly over 75%.
•Work in high and precarious environments frequently 30% - 70%.
•Work in outdoor conditions regularly over 75%.
•Work in wet or humid conditions occasionally under 30%.
•Exposed to hot conditions non-weather related occasionally under 30%.
•Exposed to noisy work environments frequently 30% - 70%.
•Work in high, precarious places
•Fumes or airborne particles
•Extreme cold and heat (non-weather)
•Work near moving mechanical parts
•Outdoor weather conditions
•Loud noise levels