Jefferson Energy Companies is a multi-modal facility connecting rail, marine, truck and pipeline headquartered in downtown Houston, Texas with transportation, terminal and storage assets located at the Port of Beaumont in Beaumont, Texas. Loading and unloading capabilities include ethanol, fuels and crude oil from the heaviest Canadian bitumen to the lightest condensate. The terminal sits on a 250-acre site on the east bank of the Neches River Ship Channel and is directly served by three Class 1 Railroads (UP, BNSF and KCS) with power sharing agreements with CP and CN. There are over 2,100,000 barrels of shell storage capacity in service or under construction with full a build-out potential of 18 million barrels. A highway off-ramp is under construction and once completed will connect truck traffic from Interstate 10 directly to the terminal. The Terminal Marine capabilities include a Ship Dock and dedicated Inland Barge Dock which connect the Terminal to domestic and foreign marine destinations. The terminal’s service has expanded ethanol, heavy refinery feedstocks and rail loading of refined products for export to Mexico and domestic distribution.
Monitoring and controlling the remote operation of the train, truck, dock loading and offloading systems, including performing emergency corrective action, as required.
Operating in compliance with 30 CFR operating limits, regulations, standards, procedures and codes.
Maintaining appropriate records and documents and submit reports, as required.
Working effectively in a team environment to monitor, log, resolve and escalate operation and safety issues.
Maintaining the work area in a clean and orderly condition and follow prescribed safety regulations.
May work with dock operators as part of an operating team.
As a member of a busy team, actively assist with additional projects as required or requested by supervisor.
Other duties, as assigned.
Cultivate a strong Safety Culture
Complete mandatory training and HES leadership engagements.
Assist in developing Emergency Response process for HES support.
Work with field operations teams to ensure safety and environmental concerns are addressed
Data Management/Business Tools
Monitor transmitters, safety devices and field equipment. Provide real time feedback and diagnostics to field personnel.
Perform data validation, analysis, and reporting for the operations team. Ensure that data integrity is high to provide a firm basis for decision making.
Serve as a central point of contact and information center for Operations personnel and field related activity
Manage automated reports needed by management; identify and develop additional tools and reports, as needed.
Drive engagement with other business groups to ensure strong working relationships.
Interact and share ideas with operations and scheduling teams to drive efficiencies and reduce operation costs.
Communicate often with field operators and production supervisors to confirm we are effectively supporting their team and providing value where most needed.
Provide training to various personnel on the tools utilized in the Control Room.
Actively collaborate and foster relationships with other Control Room operators on all shifts and hitches.
High school diploma or equivalent, in addition to 2+ years in an oil and gas field operations based position.
Ability to execute in an environment with competing priorities
Ability to leverage technology and guide process and systems discussions
Ability to make well informed decisions in a fast paced work environment
Ability to communicate in a positive, respectful and effective manner to both field and office personnel regarding the technical and business related needs.
Ability to secure a TWIC card within 30 days required.
Must be able to pass a drug screen and background check.
12-hour shifts with occasional overtime required.
Ability to wear PPE
Ability to climb storage tanks
Ability to lift 30 pounds, climb stairs, stoop and squat
Ability to sit and use a computer for long periods of time