Plant Operator IV, 123-103114

Company Name:
Atlas Energy, L.P.
Plant Operator IV will be responsible for overseeing the day to day operations and maintenance of natural gas plants, compressors and pipeline systems.
1. Assumes the responsibility of overseeing the shift Operators in the Plants on day to day operations.
2. Substitute for Plant Supervisor when needed.
3. Available for callout rotation.
4. Train Operators in all Plant operational functions.
5. Monitor Plant and Pipeline Operations and responds appropriately to emergency or upset conditions.
6. Implements safe work practices and participates in proactive safety culture while ensuring safety for the employee, the public, and the environment at all times.
7. Monitors gas gathering system through SCADA and notifies plant supervisor of situations that could affect gas deliveries.
8. Ensures regulatory compliance and record keeping requirements are met and continually monitored..
9. Collaborates with direct supervisor on new and improved ideas associated with an evolving plant and pipeline system.
10. Other duties as assigned.

High School diploma or GED
Five plus 5+ years' Oil & Gas Industry experience, Midstream, Gas Plant Operations
Possess strong leadership skills.
Knowledge of the operation, control and general design of various kinds of systems typically present in a processing plant is required.
Proficient PC/software skills required.
Work Environment:
Primary work environment is outdoors, where employee is exposed to varying weather conditions, with temperatures ranging from below freezing to above 100 degrees. Employee is exposed to loud noises, dust, and vibrations. Employee will be required to work evenings, weekends, and holidays on a call-out basis. Overtime may be required. Employee is required to carry pager and/or cell phone while on call. Requires some travel via company vehicle (some overnight) to remote locations throughout the system to monitor equipment and perform maintenance duties at compressor stations on pipelines.

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