SGS Petroleum Service Corporation (PSC)
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Tankerman (Shoreside / MMC Required)
at SGS Petroleum Service Corporation (PSC)
Pay: up to $32.50/hour
Coast Guard Merchant Mariners Credential (MMC).<br><br><strong> </strong>6 days on call (24 hour call) and 3 days off<br><br><strong>Pay Range:</strong> $32.50 / hr
Job Reference #: 237105
|Title:||Tankerman (Shoreside / MMC Required)|
|Regular or Temporary:||Regular|
Tankerman (Shoreside / MMC Required)
Petroleum Service Corporation is seeking licensed Tankermen to serve in a vital role as part of our nation’s petroleum and chemical shipping industry. The tankerman serves as the person-in-charge of critical operations, with the responsibility of protecting the environment by ensuring the safe transfer of petrochemicals to barges. This position requires a U.S. Coast Guard Merchant Mariners Credential (MMC).
Work Schedule: 6 days on call (24 hour call) and 3 days off
Pay Range: $32.50 / hr. - $37.00 / hr. Competitive pay with growth opportunities (mileage reimbursement available, along with other incentives)
- Must hold a current U.S. Coast Guard Merchant Mariners Credential (MMC) with Tankerman PIC Barge (DL) Endorsement
- Have current TWIC card
- Have a valid driver's license, reliable transportation and telephone
- Able to work an on-call schedule which includes days/nights/weekends/holidays
- One year of experience as a Tankerman preferred
- The Industry Leader in Tankerman Service: PSC created the shore tankerman industry in 1952, on the banks of the Mississippi River in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. As the first and largest tankerman service in the U.S., we know the tankerman business better than anyone and have a long, proud history of success. We’re proud of the reputation we’ve earned for quality service and providing rewarding career opportunities for tankermen.
- Award-Winning Safety & Environmental Performance: Our first PSC tankermen were the pioneers who laid the foundation for our company’s success, and the tankermen working for us today continue to lead the way in the finest maritime traditions of safety, quality and reliability. PSC is the only tankerman service to have received the William M. Benkert Award (in 2002 and 2014), the U.S. Coast Guard’s premier award for marine environmental protection. Our tankermen successfully completed all transfers with zero spills to the water as a result of tankerman error in 2011, 2013, and 2017. They also completed 2017 with zero injuries.
- Growth & Opportunity: Our company’s steady growth and the diversity of our operations provide stability to weather industry ups and downs as well as opportunities for our tankermen to advance in both our marine and plant operations. While other tankerman companies have reduced pay or cut benefits during industry slowdowns, PSC has maintained our high total compensation packages for our tankermen during these times without fail.
- Don’t Take Our Word For It: Hear what some of our employees have to say about working for us at petroleumservice.com/testimonials
- Medical insurance options with the company paying a large portion of the premiums, including affordable dental and vision plans for employees and their families
- Company-paid life, short-term, and long-term disability insurance
- Matching 401(k) plan to help employees save money for retirement
- Vacation, sick leave, and holiday benefits (varies by work group)
- Incentives, discounts, and bonuses
- Industry-leading training and development programs
- Serves as the Person-In-Charge of the barge, ensuring the safe transfer of products to and from vessels
- Travels to jobsite as instructed by dispatcher within the allowable time frame.
- Carries all equipment from vehicle to facility assuring that all equipment necessary to complete the transfer will be close at hand
- Meets with the facility Person-In-Charge (Dock Operator / Dock Worker) in order to discuss and coordinate chemical transfer expectations
- Wears all protective clothing and equipment, including respirator and fresh air equipment that may be required to transfer the product in a manner that insures maximum personal safety
- Inspects the barge prior to transfer in order to ensure that the vessel is mechanically sound, seaworthy and the transfer can be accomplished in a safe and uninterrupted manner
- Checks the Piping Diagram and inspects the Certificate of Inspection (COI) and Certificate of Financial Responsibility (COFR) in order to ensure that both are current
- Completes and signs the Declaration of Inspection (DOI)
- Connects cargo arm or hose and aligns the barge’s valves to send and receive cargo
- Calls the dispatcher in order to inform him/her of any irregularities of the vessel, and/or facility prior to beginning the transfer
- Should any irregularities occur during transfer, the transfer must be stopped, and the dispatcher called immediately
- For discharge operations, check the engine and pump to ensure they are mechanically sound prior to beginning the transfer
- Continually monitors and adjusts cargo flow throughout the transfer operation
- Continually monitors and adjusts barge’s mooring lines throughout the transfer operation
- Fills or empties the barge with product, as requested by customer or dispatcher
- Disconnects the cargo arm or hose and completes required paperwork once the transfer is complete
- Secures the barge’s valves and openings and prepares the barge for sail
- Calls dispatch with job information prior to departing to job site
- 18 years or older and legally able to work in the U.S.
- Stable work history with good references from past employers
- Pass a drug screen, physical, and background check
- Speak fluent English
- PSC is a veteran-friendly company. Previous military experience and proven ability to follow procedures is a plus.
You must be able to:
- Speak, write, read, hear, and have good vision
- Work outside in environmental conditions which at times include extreme heat or extreme cold
- Wear all required Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) without restriction and pass any medical examination associated with the use of PPE
- Lift 60 to 80 pounds to waist and carry up to 300 feet
- Grip/hold/pull 80 pounds
- Walk one to four miles per job
- Climb stairs and ladders
- Step as much as two feet horizontal and vertical
- Extend arms through normal range of motion while standing and squatting
This job description should not be construed as an exhaustive statement of duties, responsibilities or requirements, but a general description of the job. Nothing contained herein restricts the company’s rights to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time.
Petroleum Service Corporation is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.