CHS has an exciting opportunity at our Hill City, Kansas facility. We are looking for a Chief Gauger to join our team. You must be a detail-oriented, results-driven individual with a commitment to quality, accuracy and the ability to organize and prioritize workloads to meet deadlines. Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, with the ability to work in both a team environment and on self-directed tasks are necessary.
You will:Assist the Field Supervisor, CHS EHS Department and Assistant Operations Manager to educate staff and promote Safety and CHS EHS policies.Prepare EHS Station Maintenance, CT Spill, Injury, and Accident reports as required by the Field Supervisor, Assistant Operations Manager, or EHS.Participate in Emergency response drills and be prepared to respond to CHS Transportation or Refinery.Assist Assistant Operations Manager, Field Supervisors, company mechanics, and outsource repair shops to facilitate timely and cost-efficient maintenance and repairs to CHS equipment to maintain operation within compliance of DOT regulations and CHS policies.Communicate with Driver/Gaugers to control tire inventory, schedule repairs, and purchase parts.Perform maintenance and repairs of CHS unloading facilities including LACT (Liquid Automatic Custody Transfer) units.
Strap and stencil tanks per CHS policies and procedures.Perform H2S testing as required or requested for new leases and wells.Perform regular facility inspections.Coordinate with the Field Supervisor to schedule maintenance and repairs at unloading facilities.Assist Field Supervisor and Assistant Operations Manager with installation, troubleshooting and repair of the fleet People Net computers.Communicate with the Driver/Gaugers to maintain a consistent inventory of gauging equipment and supplies.
Assist Field Supervisor with distribution as required.Perform other duties as needed or assigned, such as assuming duties of Temporary Supervisor in his/her absence.
Maintain and promote a strong safety culture and follow all safety policies, procedures and regulations. Identify and communicate workplace hazards and correct or seek assistance in correcting unsafe actions or conditions.Basic Qualifications: (required)High school diploma or GED1 plus years of transportation/fleet maintenance experience and/or trainingCommercial Driver's License (CDL)Knowledge of equipment including tractors, trailers, lengths and weights
Knowledge and experience working with DOT regulations
Experience with Microsoft Word, Excel, and OutlookMust be able to wear proper safety equipment and required PPEPreferred Qualifications: (desired)Oil and Gas industry experienceKnowledge or experience with American Petroleum Institute (API) procedures