Name Date: 04/19/2013
Job Code A07095 Band 02 Source CMC
Job Family Land Operations
Job Title Director, Facilities
Job Manages engineering and maintenance including responsibility for terminal cost and investment return analysis, life cycle maintenance and repair, and regulatory compliance. Responsible for personnel management, project planning, strategy development and execution, and leading and managing a growing team. Ensures ongoing commitment to compliance, safety, environmental awareness, employee development, cost management, excellent customer service. Promotes preventative maintenance best practices and develops performance metrics. Manages contractors and project managers in order to facilitate terminal improvements and expansions. Ensures the principles of health, safety, and environment are practiced and address shortcomings.
Provides day-to-day overview for efficient terminal operations including proper staffing levels, aggressive safety and environmental compliance efforts, and ensures correct product handling for petroleum and third party cargoes. Provides daily guidance and leadership for assigned personnel, oversee employee training and development. Develops, presents and implements plans for capital upgrade programs, process efficiency improvements and terminal utilization improvements. Develops and implements clear concise programs for personnel development, salary and wage administration, and expense budget control. Supports customer service programs and works cooperatively with Marketing and other departments to ensure company objectives are met. This position has considerable authority in making daily operating decisions within company policy and procedures.
Employees are accountable to management and each other to ensure every task is done safely in accordance with Management Systems or business unit procedures with the objective of continuously improving our processes.
Experience Minimum 10 years facility, construction, or operational engineering management with 5 or more years related experience preferably in petroleum terminal or transportation industry with an emphasis in planning, design, and maintenance. Exposure to computer-based maintenance systems. An understanding of EPA, DOT, OSHA, and state regulations commonly associated with petroleum terminals, and API recommended practices and standards. Ability to successfully implement safety, security, and environment programs within a structured compliance program. Experience coaching employees and leveraging internal and external labor in an efficient manner. Extensive experience in personnel management and employee development, project planning, strategy development and execution. Experience in generating an annual operating cost forecast. Must possess skill sets and demonstrate proven experience in leading, communicate effectively, negotiating, project management, problem solving, and managing the performance and results of others. Some experience in administering collective bargaining agreement desirable. Excellent analytical, communication, and presentation skills. Must possess skill sets and demonstrate proven experience developing, improving and streamlining processes to meet established goals and objectives. Requires the ability to effectively manage projects and facilities that may vary in nature and scope.
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Education Bachelors degree in civil engineering, or related discipline; or equivalent work experience.