Colonial has provided a wide range of opportunities for job
candidates who are highly qualified, skilled, motivated and team
players. Employees find exciting opportunities to grow and develop
their careers at a stable company which offers a generous
compensation and benefits package that includes annual incentive
bonuses, retirement plans, insurance coverage and a host of other
features that support a happy, active, productive and rewarding
life. Come to Colonial, a great place to work, where people matter
most, and where safety 24/7 is paramount.
Ready to work for Colonial Pipeline Company?
Are you intrigued by the thought of being part of
revolutionizing the energy industry and a new era in the pipeline
industry? Do you want to be a part of a company that is obsessed
with excellence in everything we do? A company growing and
expanding our business that is full of opportunity? If so, we are
seeking smart, safety focused, and energetic professionals to join
our team to help us to the next level of excellence!
What is it that we do at Colonial Pipeline Company?
Colonial Pipeline is the largest refined products pipeline in
the United States, transporting more than 100 million gallons or
2.5 million barrels per day. Colonial transports various grades of
gasoline, diesel fuel, home heating oil, jet fuel, and fuels for
the U.S. military through a pipeline system. Colonial transports
approximately 45 percent of all fuel consumed on the East Coast,
providing refined products to more than 50 million Americans.
About Associate Operator Position
The Associate Operator is an on-the-job training to develop
skills and abilities in the maintenance and field operations of the
pipeline facility while obtaining Operator Qualification. As an
Associate Operator, you will be performing tasks involving general
maintenance of pipeline and station assets. Activities may include
physical labor such as, but not limited to, painting, digging with
hand tools, raking gravel, unloading trucks and/or inspecting
tanks. You are someone who fosters a productive, team-oriented
environment. At some locations, the Associate Operator performs
inspections of hazardous waste drums and drum collection sites.
What You Get to Do:
- Participate in Colonial's maintenance self-study program and
attend Company coordinated classes and seminars to enhance
- Perform tasks involving inspecting, general maintenance,
preventative maintenance or minor repair of pipeline and station
- Collect and perform quality assurance test on petroleum
- Operate a variety of light and heavy tools or equipment in the
performance of tasks.
- Document operational activities accurately and timely
accordingly to policy and procedures.
- Transfer tools, parts, equipment, and supplies to and from
workstations and other areas.
- Monitor and correctly respond to alarms caused by normal,
abnormal and emergency conditions.
What You Bring to the Table:
- High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (GED) from an
accredited education intuition. Will consider a combination of
experience and/or education.
- Live within a 60-minute commute of the work location.
- Valid Driver's License and acceptable driving record to drive
company and personal vehicles to perform required tasks.
- Gift for having a quick learning curve.
- Ability to work 8-hour and/or 12-hour rotating shifts at all
hours, including holidays, and/or weekends as required; subject to
call-out and occasional overtime.
- Commitment to consistently adhere to policies and procedures
and be a positive example for others by demonstrating the Company's
core values of Respect, Accountability, Innovation, Safety, and
Excellence in completing work assignments.
- Self-motivated, have phenomenal work ethic and looking for the
right company to support your growth.
Got Extra to Bring?
- Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (Hazpower)
- Forklift training/licensing
Advantages of Working at Colonial Pipeline Company:
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Are you up to the challenge? What are you waiting for? Apply
Physical Requirements & Work Conditions:
Work indoors and outdoors at all hours in all weather conditions
in close proximity to refined petroleum products. Physical mobility
to sit, stand, reach, pull, push and bend. Climb stairs, vertical
ladders up to 10 ft. and tank steps as high as 60 ft. Color
recognition for control panel indicator lights and to analyze
product colors; ability to lift 20lbs. Normal visual acuity for
reading VDT screen, pressure charts and control panel counters.
Physical strength to open and close manually operated valves and
pressure vessel (tank, strainer and filter) closures.
This is a Department of Transportation (DOT) covered job and is
subject to all applicable regulatory requirements such as testing
for the presence of prohibited drugs and alcohol as defined under
49 CFR Part 199 as a condition of employment, to include
pre-employment, random, post-accident, reasonable cause/suspicion
and fit for duty testing.
Colonial adheres to PHMSA's (Pipeline Hazardous Material Safety
Administration) Control Room Management Rule, and as such,
incumbents in this role must live within 60 minutes (90 minutes for
previously grandfathered employees) from their designated work
location and notify management of any changes to their home address
while in this role.
Colonial Pipeline is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not
discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment
because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age,
disability, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other reason
prohibited by federal, state or local law.
Statement to all Third-Party Agencies and Similar
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we formally engage their services. Please do not forward resumes to
our applicant tracking system, Colonial Pipeline employees, hiring
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