Louis Berger Services is currently looking for a qualified Fuel Distribution System Operator to fill a Full-Time position at the Hunter Army Airfield in Savannah, GA.
The ideal candidate would receive, store, transfer, and issue fuel through pipelines, receive fuel by tank car or tank truck. Prepare and check receiving documents. Perform housekeeping and grounds maintenance for bulk area.
Maintains and operates petroleum facilities and equipment. Receives, stores, and issues, petroleum fuels products. Performs quality analysis on petroleum products, visually inspects samples. Performs operator maintenance on fuels handling equipment and facilities. Prepares receipt, inventory, and issue documents for fuels products accounting.
Responsible for the bulk area fuel distribution systems to include pipeline, storage tanks, pumps, valves, filter separators and truck fill stands. Has the knowledge to convert gauge and temperature readings to quantities of product and to perform quality control.
Isolates off specification products and takes appropriate actions to correct quality problems. Ensures compliance with all safety and environmental regulations. Ensures and effective operator maintenance program is carried out. Performs operator checks and routine maintenance on facilities. Maintains inspections and maintenance records for facilities. Report facility deficiencies to appropriate maintenance activity.
Maintains fuels records. Ensures accuracy of receipt, inventory, and issue documents. Monitors product temperature, inventory levels to ensure adequate stock are on hand to support the mission.
Maintains laboratory test equipment, collects samples from receipt sources, bulk storage tanks, and dispensing equipment. Ensures an effective product segregation and recovery program is implemented.
Performs bending, squatting, kneeling, walking, climbing and reaching to both ground level and overhead; lifts, carries, pushes and pulls; holds and grips objects; responds to audio transmitted information and/or alarms and distinguishes colors as required for such things as fuel coding and control tower light gun; may stand for long periods of time and run during emergency response action.
Works both indoors and outdoors with exposure to extreme weather conditions, dust and pollen; subject to constant and extreme noise, strong odors, fumes, poor lighting and a variety of mechanical, electrical, chemical, and other safety hazards associated with or working around aircraft vehicles, equipment, and fuel.
Can be call on to operate refueling unit equipment to refuel aircraft in an emergency or when needed due to a shortage of personnel.
Background in fuel handling preferred.
Must possess a valid Motor Vehicle Operator's License issued in the state of residence for the class of the vehicle being operated.
Performs other related work as required.