Responsible for all operating aspects of the terminal. Inventory control; transfers, storage, load or shipment of product via trucks, railcars, water vessels or tanks; testing of products and documentation of results; maintenance of terminal equipment; preparation of various terminal reports; and general maintenance and upkeep of the facility.
High School Graduate, or equivalent
Some industry experience preferred
Must be able to perform mathematical calculations (Division, Multiplication, Fractions, Addition, and Subtraction) without the use of a calculator
Must have and maintain a valid driver’s license for state of residence
Manages the operations of a multi-product, bulk liquid pipeline terminal. Directs inventory scheduling, quality assurance, community relations, regulatory compliance, assets protection and supervision of the terminal operations.
5 years terminal operations experience
HS diploma or equivalent
Maintans a multi terminal written rewiew proecss for Quality Control and Quality Assurance. Travel up to 75%
Bachelors degree or
4 years experience
The Staff Account will be responsible for all aspects of accounting related to terminals within a specific region or multiple regions.
1-2 years’ experience in accounting and office management.
Bachelor’s Degree in finance, accounting or other relevant discipline preferred.
Director, Terminal Operations
The Director, Terminal Operations positon supervises Terminal Managers and/or Area Managers who have responsibility for operations of multi-product, bulk liquid marine and/or pipeline terminals.
High school or equivalent diploma; College degree preferred but not required.
Minimum of 10 years’ experience with progressive operating responsibility in facilities representative of the operations of this Company.
Proven ability to manage multiple assets and meet performance expectations pertaining to Safety, Environmental, Operations, Financial Management, and Personnel Management.