Iberdrola USA Operator - Enstor in United States
Business and Department
Enstor Katy Storage and Transportation Katy,TX
The primary responsibility of the Operator is to assist with the operations of the facility. Plant facilities could include plant compressors, electric generation, dehydration equipment, control systems, as well as other processes.
Inspects equipment to include heaters, dehydration units, lines, and pumps; inspects safety equipment as
Lubricates and cleans equipment, determining repairs for scheduling, performing designated repairs and
Read flows, temperatures and pressure gauges, determining product levels in tanks or other storage
Performs preventive maintenance checks on running equipment, making minor repairs when indicated;
Efficiently operates process equipment to move materials; start, stop, and regulate pumps, compressors, and
fans; adjust valves and switches to regulate temperature, pressures, flow rates and flow direction.
facilities; patrols units to verify safe and efficient operating conditions.
assists in the repair of plant equipment and controls and in construction of new facilities.
appropriate; identifies problems, communicating concerns and issues to supervisors and other departments.
maintenance of equipment; adjusts and maintains supplies of chemical additives that protect and clean process equipment.
temperature, pressure and chemicals) as specified.
leaks, breakages, and faulty valves and taking corrective action.
processing equipment, making corrections as necessary; documents all daily operational tasks, changes in operating parameters, tracking product and waste fluids. Additional Responsibilities
Performs other duties as may be assigned by supervisor. Work with other employees to safely and efficiently coordinate all tasks. Adheres to effective internal controls. Understands facility regulatory requirements in order to operate plant in compliance with the applicable
Makes appropriate adjustments to control system to regulate and coordinate process variables (flow,
Locates and analyzes sources of operating upsets, to determine location and nature of malfunctions, such as
Performs routine operational checks, logging designated engine/compressor conditions, as well as other
One year of mechanical background, including the understanding of valves, compressors, and other
High School diploma or the equivalent Must have computer experience, with knowledge and experience in MS Word, Excel, and Outlook.. Availability to work under a rotating workweek, including an on-call schedule and be available for overtime
Able and willing to work weekends and holidays, required to cover weekend shifts and 24 hour callouts year
Must be able to lift up to 70 pounds safely.
and weekend duty as needed.
round , work load increases during the fall and winter months.
Additional Success Factors
matrixed global organization with minimal supervision.
working relationships with co-workers, managers, customers, contractors, and vendors.
clear, concise, and conveys the desired message.
outlook on problem solving.
environment with typically tight schedules and demanding targets.
Knowledge of the dehydration process, engine/compressor control panels, both electronic and pneumatic. Experience with gas detection and emergency shutdown systems. Industry related experience
Self-starter with demonstrated performance leading initiatives and building consensus at all levels of a
Ability to foster and participate in a productive team environment by establishing and maintaining effective
Effectively provides and receives information orally in individual and group situations. Written expression is
Ability to analyze project risks and proactively identify solutions with a flexible, creative, and solution-focused
Strong prioritization and multi-tasking skills with the ability to operate in a complex, rapidly changing business
All offers of employment are contingent upon the successful completion of a background check, references, drug screen, verification of legal right to work in the U.S., and in some cases, a credit check. A credit check will be administered when a prospective employee will be working in Finance, Accounting, Treasury or where duties may involve handling of funds, accounts or cash. A Motor Vehicle (MVR) check will be administered when a prospective employee will be regularly using a company vehicle. Avangrid Renewables is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status, status as an individual with a disability, or any other status or class protected by federal or state law.
Publication date: 16.06.2017