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The Training Supervisor will provide direct supervision to a team of individuals responsible for training. This role will provide a standardized training process that will ensure new employees and current employees have the skills, knowledge, and ability to perform their jobs safely and within the standards of the organization. On an on-going basis the Training Supervisor will work to deliver training, maintain a structure that is efficient, effective, and timely.
Operate many pieces of large industrial treatment equipment used in the operation of the facility. Each Water Treatment Operator will be assigned and trained in the operation of one or more pieces of equipment. This position will monitor and control the operation of equipment. Communicate to plant management of any issues during production, assist in teardown, cleaning, and rebuilding of equipment, ensuring timely and efficient start-up.
The Rail Operator is responsible for the day-to-day functions and maintenance of the rail infrastructure at empirical. The Rail Operator is responsible for ensuring the rail line is maintained in accordance to established safety standards and company guidelines that support the Rail Operator in carrying out their daily tasks.
Maintenance employees assist with all maintenance functions within the plant. This position performs regular and preventative maintenance for machinery within the plant. Additional responsibilities include assisting other maintenance employees and performing emergency repairs when needed. Will assist with installation, maintenance, and testing of Research and Development equipment associated with initial production, plant troubleshooting, and continuous improvement projects.
The Systems Tech I position applies knowledge of electronic principles in determining equipment malfunctions and applies skills in restoring equipment to operation. The Systems Tech I is responsible for proper installation, service, and replacement of all electronic equipment, circuit modules, programmable logic controllers, and several other types of electronic equipment. The Systems Tech I maintains and installs communication and power distribution cable and wiring, as required. This position works with maintenance employees in the assembly and disassembly of equipment, as needed. Work on tests and pilot runs for new and improved products and processes as well as fix designs by working with engineers. Participate in Research and Development’s (R&D) involvement in initial production, plant troubleshooting, and continuous improvement projects.
The Field Service Technician will assist with all mechanical and electrical functions that pertain to the implementation and support of equipment and process changes for customers and empirical facilities. Travel to customer sites and other empirical facilities is required.