SXL-Station Operator

Sunoco Logistics
Cleveland , OH

Job Description


Sunoco Logistics Partners L.P. (NYSE: SXL) is a publicly traded master limited partnership formed in 2002 to acquire, own and operate a diverse mix of crude oil and refined products pipelines, and terminalling and storage facilities, as well as crude oil acquisition and marketing assets. Our business is characterized by extensive industry and safety experience, strong financial fundamentals, and operational flexibility. Collectively, a strong asset base and the successful execution of our business strategies have consistently delivered substantial returns to unit holders. Strategies for growth include increasing pipeline and terminal throughput, utilizing our crude oil distribution and marketing expertise to address regional crude oil supply and demand imbalances, and pursuing organic growth opportunities as well as strategic acquisitions that are synergistic with existing assets.


Primary Responsibilities

Under general supervision of Station/Terminal Supervisor is engaged in operating Station/Terminal equipment in connection with receiving, storing, transferring, delivering petroleum and maintaining related records. Personally is engaged in the inspection and operation of mainline pumps, handling principal contacts and planning, guiding, coordinating with operations to meet operating requirements and prevent material contamination. Coordinates product movement with Dispatching Department and shippers. Makes visual checks of meters, gauges and pump station equipment. Performs quality control, identifies product changes as required. Performs utility notification duties during off peak hours and weekends as required.


Minimum Requirements

High School graduate, or equivalent. Must be dependable, able to work with little or no supervision. Must be familiar with basic hand tools and be able to operate all product testing equipment necessary to obtain accurate results. Uses and operates all pertinent safety equipment when performing duties in potentially hazardous areas (respirator, hard hat, safety glasses, etc.). Responsible to help maintain safe and healthful working conditions by exercising sound judgment, and to comply with safety regulations and standards. Must write legibly and neatly. Must be able to perform accurate calculations with use of a calculator. Must be able to communicate clearly and work well with others. Must be able to learn to operate personal computers and communications equipment. Must have valid driver’s license for the state of residence. Must be able to recognize color differences in product samples. Must be able to work out of doors in extreme weather conditions and perform heavy physical labor in a safe manner.


Special Considerations

This position is subject to random drug and alcohol testing rotating shifts shift holdover or reassignment and call out at all hours.