• Terminal Loader

    Job Locations | US-LA-Geismar
    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(11/29/2018 5:53 PM)
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  • Overview

    The Terminal Loader position, located at our Geismar, LA terminal  will be responsible for the control and monitoring of transfers involving various bulk liquid fine chemicals stored and handled at the facility. Physically establish connections between the facility's transfer lines, vessels, barges, rail cars and trucks.


    • Understand printed load orders and confirm that the proper quantities are transferred by using flow meters, batch controllers, and tank gauging systems. 
    • When necessary, verify automated tank gauging systems with tape gauges and volume calculations.
    • Open and close motor operated and manual valves. Activate and monitor product transfer pumps. Monitor tank and line heating systems.
    • Empty transfer lines.
    • Perform first-level mechanical maintenance on pumps, valves, filters, loading arms, etc.
    • Assist in responding to terminal emergencies such as spills and fires.
    • The position will be performed in shift rotation.


    Must have a high school diploma or equivalent and valid driver's license to be considered for this position.

    1. Proven experience in field operations, preferably in the chemical or petro-chemical industry.
    2. Capable of participating in the terminal emergency response organization. 
    3. Depending upon the product being transferred, it may be necessary to wear respirator equipment and PPE.
    4. Willingness to work overtime and irregular hours when neeeded.
    5. Ability to work over water and at heights in a physically demanding position for extended periods of time.
    6. Professional safety training and/or experience in industrial firefighting is highly desired.
    7. Must be computer literate and/or have experience with automated control and monitoring systems.


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