Midwest Tankermen
Nov 30, 2018
THIS POSITION IS LOCATED IN CLINTON, IA AND SURROUNDING AREAS Salary - Starting: $40-50,000; Potential 2nd year: $60,000+ Description: Midwest Tankermen, Inc.’s Shore Tankermen are experts in loading and unloading of liquid hazardous cargo (crude oil, chemicals, etc.) from barge to dock. Our company operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. A tankerman often works alone, works long hours, has an on-call schedule, and works outdoors in extreme temperatures. Primary Job Duties · Conduct transfers of liquid cargo from barge to dock · Follow all safety, environmental, and barge procedures to conduct incident-free transfers · Conduct inspections of barges prior to conducting transfers · Perform minor maintenance and repair of barges and pumps as necessary · Inspect all safety and transfer equipment · Act as liaison with customer dock personnel · Serve as first-line emergency respondent Qualifications No experience is required. We will provide paid on-the-job training and pay for all classes/courses needed to obtain appropriate credentials. Valid driver’s license required. Minimum Job Requirements: · 18 years or older and legally able to work in the U.S.; stable work history with good references from past employers; pass a drug screen, physical, and background check; and speak fluent English. Physical Requirements · Climbing ladders and stairs, repetitive bending and stooping, lifting heavy marine equipment, and lifting objects from various levels ranging from 10-100 pounds. Benefits · Competitive wages and bonus program · Safety incentive program · Travel reimbursement · Competitive life, medical, dental, retirement · Tools, clothing, protective equipment, and training is 100% paid for. · Family owned/operated in the industry for over 40 years *All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Midwest Tankermen
Nov 30, 2018
THIS POSITION IS LOCATED IN CLINTON, IA AND SURROUNDING AREAS Salary - Starting: $40-50,000; Potential 2nd year: $60,000+ Description: Midwest Tankermen, Inc.’s Shore Tankermen are experts in loading and unloading of liquid hazardous cargo (crude oil, chemicals, etc.) from barge to dock. Our company operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. A tankerman often works alone, works long hours, has an on-call schedule, and works outdoors in extreme temperatures. Primary Job Duties · Conduct transfers of liquid cargo from barge to dock · Follow all safety, environmental, and barge procedures to conduct incident-free transfers · Conduct inspections of barges prior to conducting transfers · Perform minor maintenance and repair of barges and pumps as necessary · Inspect all safety and transfer equipment · Act as liaison with customer dock personnel · Serve as first-line emergency respondent Qualifications No experience is required. We will provide paid on-the-job training and pay for all classes/courses needed to obtain appropriate credentials. Valid driver’s license required. Minimum Job Requirements: · 18 years or older and legally able to work in the U.S.; stable work history with good references from past employers; pass a drug screen, physical, and background check; and speak fluent English. Physical Requirements · Climbing ladders and stairs, repetitive bending and stooping, lifting heavy marine equipment, and lifting objects from various levels ranging from 10-100 pounds. Benefits · Competitive wages and bonus program · Safety incentive program · Travel reimbursement · Competitive life, medical, dental, retirement · Tools, clothing, protective equipment, and training is 100% paid for. · Family owned/operated in the industry for over 40 years *All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Midwest Tankermen