Inland Technologies is hiring a Glycol Plant Specialists at our Denver International Airport (DEN) - Glycol Recycling Facility location.
All applicants must apply online
The Inland Group of Companies is comprised of IDS, Inland Technologies, and Quantem Aviation Services. We offer a full range of airport and airline services, from aircraft deicing and spent ADF recovery to cargo and passenger handling. Our objective is to work continuously to develop services and programs that better meet our customers’ operational needs.
We are seeking a qualified individual to contribute to our on-going success in the role of Glycol Pant Specialist. The Glycol Pant Specialist will provide maintenance services on all plant processing equipment, assisting in a wide variety of maintenance activities; addressing immediate operational and/or safety concerns; and ensuring that equipment, tools, materials, and vehicles are maintained in good working order and are available at the job site when needed.
This full-time position is located at the Glycol Recycling Facility at the Denver International Airport (DEN) in Denver, CO, and reports to the Operations Manager/Supervisor.
Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to:
-Assist skilled maintenance workers with equipment operations (e.g. fluid flow rates, completing specific tasks, etc.) to meet plant requirements and equipment production targets;
-Maximize equipment operations to meet desired production targets;
-Coordinate with supervisor(s) for the purpose of completing projects and work requirements efficiently;
-Compliance with all environmental laws and permits;
-Install system component parts (e.g. pumps, valves, blowers, plumbing, etc.) to ensure production rates are achieved;
-Execute laboratory certification of fluids to meet regulatory requirements;
-Maintains equipment, tools, and chemicals for the purpose of ensuring availability in safe operating condition;
-Participates in meetings, workshops, training, and safety seminars for the purpose of conveying and/or gathering information required to perform functions;
-Perform a wide variety of general and semiskilled maintenance activities to complete projects within established time frames;
-Prepare written materials (e.g. repair status, activity logs, etc.) for the purpose of documenting activities and/or conveying information;
-Transport a variety of tools, equipment, and supplies for the purpose of ensuring the availability of materials required at the job site;
-Safely operate Glycol Recovery Vehicle, forklift, and other plant vehicles;
-Working under limited supervision following standardized practices and/or methods; providing information and/or advising others, and operating within a defined budget.
As the ideal candidate, you possess the following qualifications:
-High School diploma or equivalent;
-Valid Colorado driver’s license;
-Must pass the Transportation Security Administration background check;
-Ability to operate equipment used in skilled trades, power and hand tools;
-Handling hazardous materials;
-Planning and managing projects;
-Standard methods, materials, and tools used in assigned skilled trade; and safety practices and procedures;
-Ability to schedule activities, gather and/or collect data;
-Ability to work well with others;
-Develop and maintain effective working relationships;
-Operate equipment using standardized methods;
-Strong problem-solving skills;
-Able to adapt to changing work priorities;
-Display mechanical aptitude;
-Work under time constraints;
-Adhere to safety practices and comply with OSHA regulations.
Please note: The compensation for this position is an hourly wage of $23.84 which includes fringe benefits ($17.36 Base plus $6.48 Fringe ). The salary will be adjusted once the successful candidate is eligible for benefits. Flexibility is a requirement as the work schedule will vary.