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Off-Shore/Near-Shore Spill Response Position


There will be a 3-4 month relocation needed for those outside of Alaska if picked for this position. Housing will be provided by Shell. After this period the position will go to a 3 week on 3 week off rotation. Must pass a background check, Pre-Employment UA and Have a Current 40 Hour HAZWOPER.
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Position Title: PENCO Nearshore Lead Tech FLSA:Hourly / Non-exempt
Location: Beaufort Sea Pay Range:DOE
Reports to:ACS Nearshore Supervisor Revised: October 2011
Department:Operations Approving Manager Signature / Date:

POSITION SUMMARY: This position works under general supervision of the ACS Nearshore Supervisor and the Shell Company Representative. The primary responsibility of the position is to serve as the OSRO representative on board the Arctic Endeavor. The Lead Tech will provide day-to-day direction to the AES Supervisor related to training, operations and maintenance of spill response resources assigned to the Arctic Endeavor. The Lead Tech will ensure readiness for all people and equipment assigned to the Arctic Endeavor. This position is trained in the proficiencies of oil spill response and the responsibilities of an emergency responder. The ACS Nearshore Lead Tech will also be responsible for the operation of the TransRec skimming system, Ocean Buster and transfer pumps system established onboard supply vessel and the TransRec aboard the Hull 247. During a response, the ACS Nearshore Lead Tech will lead the spill response operations aboard the VOSS.

1. All activities conducted while on shift, on call, or attending training, in a safe manner, and in compliance with all guidelines, policies, procedures and protocols established by Alaska Clean Seas are conditions of employment.
2. Safety Accountability:
a) Report and address safety concerns/issues/incidents promptly
b) Recognize safe actions of others
c) Reactively and proactively take necessary actions to stop and/or correct unsafe behaviors or conditions
d) Maintain 100% mandatory compliance with required HSE training identified in the ACS Training matrix
e) Facilitate or participate in regular company safety meetings and task related “Tailgate Safety Meetings” which include task hazard recognition, appropriate response, and identified controls
f) Report promptly every injury, near miss, and incidence of fire, equipment or property damage; complete detailed documentation of incidents and safety violations as required
g) Assist in the investigation of incidents as required
h) Work safely and maintain a safe workplace on ACS premises and while providing services on behalf of ACS at any location; be responsible for your safe performance on the job and protect the safety of others in the workplace.
i) Understand and adhere to all Shell HSSE policies and procedures.
3. Ensures all response equipment is operational or that a plan is in place for any non-operational equipment to be returned to service. Equipment shall be kept in ready condition in full compliance with all applicable statutes and regulations at all times.
4. Ensures all response personnel are properly trained and all training is current. Assist with training recordkeeping as needed.
5. Ensures all equipment PM’s are completed and correctly documented.
6. Direct the Daily activities of spill technicians and contract personnel assigned to that location.
7. Completes regulatory required paperwork such as NPREP packages as needed.

8. Assist with development and implementation of safety, training, and maintenance policies, best practices and procedures, to ensure all Spill Response vessels, equipment and crew are prepared for emergency response in a safe and effective manner.
9. Communicate status of daily activity to Beaufort Nearshore Supervisor, including: procedural questions, mechanical problems encountered damages, shortages, estimated time of completion, etc.
10. Maintain 100% personal “Compliance Readiness” in areas or mandatory/regulatory requirements for a spill responder.
• Assist with operational, organizational or administrative tasks as directed by the Offshore Supervisor or Shell Representative
• Provide direction and coordination of vessel maintenance as required.
• Attend and participate in a leadership capacity in meetings, exercises, drills, and training as required.
• Perform other duties as assigned, including but not limited to: general labor tasks, other equipment maintenance or spill technician duties.
• High School diploma or equivalent
• Minimum 3 years spill response, hazardous waste and environmental regulatory experience..
• Intermediate level PC proficiency in MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook); and Response or other database programs.
• Excellent written and verbal communications and interpersonal skills that include good listening, providing clear direction and effective feedback.
• Self-directed on tasks and work with minimal supervision, and provide effective leadership work groups.
• Clearly speak, read write and understand the English language
• Minimum Class “A” CDL with Hazardous Materials Endorsement (manager’s discretion whether license must be unrestricted or restricted “O”); and good driving record.
• Current CPR/First Aid Certification
• Current 40 hour HAZWOPER
• Wear and work in full face respirator
• Unassisted physical requirements include those necessary to meet minimum standards of a qualified spill responder: Lifting up to 70#; pushing/pulling up to 100#; carrying up to 50#; shoveling up to 20#; also includes frequent walking, standing; occasional keyboarding, sitting, bending, twisting, squatting, reaching.
1. Position is located in the Beaufort Sea assigned with normal working hours 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., 7 days/week and normally works 3 weeks on shift and 3-weeks off with an alternate with the possibility of working day/night shift. The position is on-call 24 hours/day while on location or assigned temporarily to another project. Flexibility regarding hours of work and length of shift is required as needed to meet business demands. Position may be recalled at any time during spill emergencies.
2. Position will be working with potentially hazardous materials and wastes.
3. Position may be exposed to extremely hostile weather conditions at times while working outdoors. Arctic PPE will be provided.
4. Position subject to DOT/ USCG Drug & Alcohol testing and reporting regulations.
5. Dress code is professional commensurate with Offshore practices where applicable.
6. Hard-toe safety footwear is required at all times while working.

This Job Description reflects Pacific Envronmental Corps. (PENCO) best effort to describe the essential functions and qualifications of the job described. It is not an exhaustive statement of all the duties, responsibilities or qualifications of the job. This document in not intended to exclude an opportunity for modifications consistent with providing reasonable accommodation. This is not intended to be a contract.
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