The Refinery Operator typically serves as member of team leadership and is considered a technical professional within the organization. As such, the Refinery Operator provides difficult technical tasks. The organization will depend on this person's implementation experience. The Refinery Operator generally is responsible for self-sufficiency. As such, the Refinery Operator provides small project responsibility. The organization will depend on this person's technical supervision. .. purchase to view all
Refinery Operator Job Responsibilities
The Refinery Operator generally has the following
Operates petroleum refinery equipment and controls the operations of petroleum refining and processing units.
Monitors refinery process indicators, instruments, and related meters in order to detect and report any potential problems.
Gauges tanks; takes product samples and adjusts equipment operations according to laboratory recommendations on the quantity and quality of refined products.
Analyzes work orders/specifications, and prepares equipment and raw materials according to the processing schedule.
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Refinery Operator Competencies
The complete Refinery Operator Manager's Guide
includes the 32
key competencies expected of Refinery Operator. The report defines each Competency
in detail. The report also explains what level of proficiency Refinery Operator
should have in that Competency, as well as how important that Competency is to performing
the role well.
You may observe several behaviors in a person that could be strong indicators of his or her capabilities in the Materials Handling and Management (Oil and Gas) competency. The Refinery Operator is expected to demonstrate Extensive experience in the Materials Handling and Management (Oil and Gas) competency. To demonstrate Extensive experience in the Materials Handling and Management (Oil and Gas) competency, one should demonstrate knowledge of materials used in the manufacturing process and of safe practices for physical management and transfer of raw and/or hazardous materials.
Describes experiences working with a variety of hazardous materials.
Discusses key issues and considerations with designing material handling equipment.
Describes experience with materials compatibility, fungibility and segregation.
Explains key features and considerations for storage control systems.
Develops requirements and procedures for hazardous material handling and transportation safety regulations.
Offers safety training specific to the materials used in the oil and gas industry.
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