Operator, Compressor Station Trainee (Parachute, CO)

Make the most of your talents in a fast-paced environment driven by people who strive for achievement. Enjoy corporate strength, stability, and a rewarding career at a growing industry-leading and diverse operating company with a track record for success. Tap into the professional possibilities of Enterprise Products Company.
The Compressor Station Trainee Operator is an opportunity for an individual to obtain the training and experience necessary to become a qualified Compressor Station Operator. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Assigned to a location within the Company to undergo orientation and training for a period that is normally 9-24 months in preparation for a future Compressor Station Operator position.
Participate in various training courses
Receive on-the-job training working alongside various operator personnel.
The training will address troubleshooting abnormal operations; daily documentation of equipment; performing PMs; maximizing throughput; minor maintenance on engines, compressors, separators, generators, flares, and cooling fans.
Training will also address safety procedures, regulatory requirements, handling of hazardous, and highly volatile materials and various other systems that are related to the natural gas plant and pipelines.
Upon the successful completion of adequate training, the candidate may be required and must be willing to relocate within the San Juan/Northern Rockies Operation region (Northern New Mexico, Western Colorado, Wyoming) to fill an Operator position, when an opening occurs.
The successful candidate will meet the following qualifications:
Industry related vocational certification or Associates degree in Mechanical Maintenance, Electronics, Instrumentation, or related field is required.
Valid driver's license with acceptable driving record.
Must have experience in basic computer use including the use of word processing, spreadsheet, and email software.
1-2 years experience with, and knowledge of, preventive and corrective maintenance of various types of equipment is required.
Will be a great team player who interacts effectively with co-workers, customers and the public, whether in a group or in independent cooperative activities.
Must be accountable and self-driven to learn, and to continuously develop and improve his/her skills through both formalized and on-the-job training.
Must be willing and able to perform essential functions of this position in an outdoor environment under variables such as in-climate weather conditions (extreme heat, cold, wind and precipitation), variable heights, and unstable terrain.
Must be able to demonstrate, through previous job experience, training, and activities, his/her ability to understand the operation of and repair of various mechanical and technical equipment or systems.
Must be able to quickly learn and become proficient with new skills, technologies, procedures, and processes.
Following procedures and performing job functions in a safe and efficient manner is core to this and all positions in the Technician Trainee Program.

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