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Fuels Electrician

Performs a variety of electrical trade functions such as the installation, maintenance, or repair of equipment for the generation, distribution, or utilization of electric energy. Work involves most of the following: Installing or repairing any of a variety of electrical equipment such as generators, transformers, switchboards, controllers, circuit breakers, motors, pumps, heating units, conduit systems, or other transmission equipment. Must understand how to work from blueprints, drawings, layouts, or other specifications; locating and diagnosing trouble in the electrical system or equipment; working standard computations relating to load requirements of wiring or electrical equipment. In general, the work of the fuel Maintenance electrician requires rounded training and experience usually acquired through a formal apprenticeship or equivalent training. The electrician shall have a minimum of two years experience and shall not perform or be assigned collateral duties.

Resumes and correspondence should be directed to the following:
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P.O. Box 61000, Charleston, SC 29419, Fax 843.797.5258 or Tel 843.797.8484 (Attn. Jim Hendrix)

 

Site Managers

The Site Managers will have a minimum of two years of practical experience in the operation and maintenance of bulk petroleum storage tank systems; the interconnecting pipelines, receipt headers, fill stands, direct aviation fuel servicing equipment, service station (manual/automated), and the maintenance and upkeep of pier facilities, environmental systems, and grounds maintenance. The Site Managers will also have a working knowledge of environmental regulations, fuel quality surveillance, inventory and accounting, and preventive maintenance. Site Managers shall be Automated Fuel Handling Equipment (AFHE) Operator qualified, and have one year supervisory experience. All Site Managers will have experience in quality surveillance testing with a clear understanding of MIL-STD 3004C, and NAVAIR 80T-00-109. Site managers will ensure adherence to all inventory, accounting, and reporting in accordance with DoD 4140.25M.

Resumes and correspondence should be directed to the following:
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P.O. Box 61000, Charleston, SC 29419, Fax 843.797.5258 or Tel 843.797.8484 (Attn. Jim Hendrix)

 

Assistant Regional Fuel Superintendent

Experience in bulk fuel terminal operations to include the receipt, storage, internal handling, and shipment of petroleum products via all modes of transportation, to include ocean tanker, barge, truck pipeline, and aircraft refueling systems.

   

Terminal Manager

The Terminal Manager shall have experience in bulk fuel storage and distribution/facilities, mobile (aviation and ground) fuel servicing equipment, direct aviation fuel servicing equipment, quality surveillance of aviation and ground fuel products, aviation and ground fuel inventory, accounting and administration. Practical experience in the basic design and layout of petroleum facilities, component makeup and flow characteristics of storage piping systems, and the ability to read and understand basic drawings, blueprints, and system specifications is also required. The Terminal manager shall have recent previous supervisory experience in aircraft refueling operations. Two years of that experience shall have been supervisory gained within the five years immediately prior to the contract start date. That experience shall have been supervisory training in bulk storage and aircraft fuel servicing operations with an emphasis in equipment inspection, operation, maintenance, inventory management, and environmental compliance. The Terminal Manager should also be experienced in all quality surveillance testing with a working knowledge of MIL-STD- 3004C requirements. The Terminal Manager should be experienced in the requirements of NAVAIR 00-80T-109 as well as all of the accounting and inventory requirements of DoD 4140.25M.

 

Resumes and correspondence should be directed to the following:

This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ,
P.O. Box 61000, Charleston, SC 29419, Fax 843.797.5258 or Tel 843.797.8484 (Attn. Jim Hendrix)

 

Regional Fuel Superintendent

Experience in bulk fuel terminal operations to include the receipt, storage, internal handling, and shipment of petroleum products via all modes of transportation, to include ocean tanker, barge, truck pipeline, and aircraft refueling systems. 

   

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