ENV-Project Supervisor

Description: Supervisor
Department: Operations
BusinessUnit: Environmental
Status: Full time / Non-Exempt
This position is responsible for overseeingthe industrial cleaning crew and equipment on a plant site. The position isresponsible for ensuring that work is completed safely and to the customer'sstandards. The ideal candidate will have 5 ? 10 years of experience withindustrial cleaning equipment and previous supervisory experience.
Maintain safety standards and requirements at all times for entire crew under supervision
Perform and supervise others in various tasks such as hydro blasting, chemical cleaning, vacuum truck operation, and tank cleaning
Operate extremely high pressured water blast equipment to clean heavy industrial equipment (pipe, boilers, tanks, heat exchangers, bundles, etc)
Work in diverse environments such as confined spaces, various heights, and storage tanks
Work outdoors in all weather conditions--extreme heat, cold, dry or wet environment
Load hoses, chemicals and other equipment required for assigned job onto truck.
Hook up and break down hoses using proper tools.
Assist in the operation of equipment or power tools.
Clean up work area and equipment after work is completed.
Assist in the inspection of equipment, hoses, connections, pumps and general work area
Read works orders and collects all basic equipment to perform tasks
Complete all appropriate paperwork including services receipts.
Additional duties as assigned
A strong commitment to safety
5 ? 10 years of experience operating vacuum trucks,hydro-blasters, and line cleaning
Strong customer service skills
Ability to manage and motivate others
Valid driver's license required, CDL preferred
Ability to work overtime, weekends, nights, and holidays asrequired
Frequently requires sitting, standing, walking, puling and/or pushing,stooping, crouching, and climbing
Ability to lift > 25 pounds,
Ability to perform overhead work
Pass medical exam including respirator clearance
Ability to speak and listen
Ability to travel

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