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Terminal Operators work for petroleum and transportation companies and are responsible for managing daily activities on site. Specific job duties of a Terminal Operator include supervising incoming and outgoing shipments, performing quality control inspections, making sure terminal equipment is in good working condition, and hiring staff. Resume samples for Terminal Operator highlight skills such as physical fitness, being able to work in inclement weather, computer competences, mechanical skills, and organization. Employers select resumes displaying a high school diploma and may require further certification for some industries.

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Terminal Operator

  • Maintained work areas in a safe, clean, and orderly condition; maintained equipment and tools in a safe and proper working condition; notified appropriate personnel and management of unsafe working conditions.
  • Managed contractors at the final part of the butane/concrete drive project without an inspector. Closely coordinated with Facility Supervisor, Project Engineer, and the Commercial department throughout this time.
  • Communicated with employees within the same work area to comply with protection of other workers.
  • Routinely ensured the uniform application of the General Code of Operating Rules and Regulations.
  • Closely coordinated all activities of switch engine crew engaged in the makeup and breakup of trains.
Candidate Info
16
years in
workforce
16
years
at this job
Truck Driver
2

Terminal Operator

Assists in the operations of maintenance, safety and environmental matters related to the receipt and shipment of petroleum products via marine, interconnecting pipelines, railcars and trucks.

  • Changes filters and all valve alignments (manifolds and tanks) inside the terminal property to assure the proper handling, storage and integrity of products.
  • Uses the Tank Integrated System and Oil Movement Management software to prepare daily inventory reports, terminal balance report and rack activity report. Samples and analyzes product as instructed by the Terminal Manager.
  • Keeps terminal equipment (mechanical and electrical) clean and in good working order at all times. Interacts with internal and external customers to make sure they follow all company and safety regulations.
  • Trains new employee's and makes sure they are familiar with automation, loading equipment, and emergency shutdowns.
  • Keeps the terminal office overall appearance up and operations and storage rooms clean.
  • Conducts safety watches with outside contractors as advised by the Terminal Manager.
  • Ensures all environmental and safety equipment is working properly
Candidate Info
13
years in
workforce
4
years
at this job
HS
High School Diploma
AS
Applied Science
BS
Petroleum Engineering Technology And Safety Management
3

Terminal Operator

Aid in improving production by training truck drivers how to use Toppech system & independently manage truckloads

  • Maintain efficiency rate of 90% by loading and unloading approximately 70 railcars daily of incoming & outgoing shipments of Asphalt (64-22)
  • Conduct administrative duties including supervising 3-4 telephone lines, generating invoices and creating bill of ladings
  • Collect 5-6 product samples to prepare for testing when advised
Candidate Info
15
years in
workforce
5
years
at this job
BS
Business Administration
4

Power Systems Operator B/terminal Operator/bottom Precipitator / Caustic Operator

Operated and maintained E-Cranes, to unload bauxite ore from cargo ships and 924 Frontend Loaders and Excavators to round up bauxite in cargo ships

  • Operated and maintained Forklifts, Carry Decks, Man Lifts and Vacuum Trucks to keep the port operational
  • Monitored and operated plant generators, electric and steam plant air compressors, condensate pumps and tanks, and cooling tower pumps
  • Monitored recording instruments, flow meters, panel lights and other indicators to verify conformity of process conditions
  • Worked as an Operator in the Precipitation Department to extract the aluminum tri-hydrate from the green liquor and return spent liquor back to the evaporators
Candidate Info
26
years in
workforce
26
years
at this job
5

Terminal Operator

Reduced accidents and injuries by completing job safety analysis, troubleshooting railcar hoppers, and performing general maintenance, while serving as Locomotive Engineer as well as conducting.

  • Maintained and operated filter units including changing out filter bags, cleaning out filter houses, and changing out pneumatic lines to filter house.
  • Completed general maintenance in a timely manner including changing or greasing bearings, maintenance and operation of conveyor belts, and railcar puller including gears and cable.
  • Safely operated and maintained bagging unit including operating PLC, and serving as both forklift and manlift operator as needed.
Candidate Info
7
years in
workforce
1
year
at this job
6

Terminal Operator

  • Maintained constant inventory of oil, gas, ethanol and diesel to specified tanks by routing pipelines in a 24 hour terminal
  • Correctly connected hoses from barges to receive product to increase inventory
  • Supervised two terminals Carbo and Carbo II as oil/gasoline trucks loaded product
  • Executed all terminal maintenance on loading racks, fencing, and other equipment needed to conduct business
Candidate Info
5
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
AS
Occupational Studies
7

Terminal Operator

Mechanically inclined, work with oil pumps, fix and trouble shoot the problem before calling someone to repair them.

  • Make sure truck drivers deliver product on time to customers and deal with any issues that may arise.
  • Keep food grade area clean and sanitized; test products and make sure all samples are documented.
  • Off load rail cars and prepare them to off load.
  • Work with boilers, steam machines, water softener to determine the hardness of the water.
  • Work with little or no supervision and the use of Microsoft Excel.
  • Able to bring things up in a timely manner when they tend to go down.
Candidate Info
26
years in
workforce
8
years
at this job
HS
High School Diploma
Management Studies
8

Terminal Operator

  • Moving large intermodal rail car containers from the railroad track to the yard for storage and truck drivers.
  • Climbing up and down railcars to place and remove ibc (pins), lock or unlock intermodal containers.
  • Drive a hustler truck with a computer and a radio in it to retrieve chasis for inbound and bring outbound.
  • I have been trained in all sections of the classroom training contained in the ITS CTP Module 6 - Cranes.
  • I have been trained in all sections of the classroom training contained in the ITS CTP Module 7 - Sideloaders.
  • I have been trained in all sections of the classroom training contained in the ITS CTP Module 10 - Forklifts.
  • Completed a comprehensive training program for crane operator
Candidate Info
19
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
9

Terminal Operator 1

  • Originally hired as terminal helper to process BOL's on midnight shift.
  • 4 months later, hired as a Terminal Operator 3 and eventually was promoted to Operator 2.
  • Became Lead Operator of the "Pitch Plant", an in terminal production facility, until it was shut down by Corporate March 2008.
  • I was then promoted to Operator 1, the highest rank of Terminal Operator.
Candidate Info
26
years in
workforce
8
years
at this job
10

Terminal Operator

  • Monitor pipeline operations of different chemicals and fuel product transfers to and from terminal via ships, barge, tank trucks and tank railcars while interpreting and following plant operating orders.
  • Prepare pipeline line-ups from various product storage tanks for loading and unloading tank trucks and tank cars of chemical liquid products.
  • Opening and closing associated valves throughout the terminal for transfers to different tanks.
  • Manually gauging liquid product tanks and monitoring product levels and temperature ranges.
  • Facilitate ship and barge docks of loading and unloading different chemicals to and from the terminal.
  • Advanced from Probationary Terminal Operator through to Terminal Operator Level 1 and promoted to Terminal Operator Level 2.
Candidate Info
22
years in
workforce
3
years
at this job
BA
Marketing

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