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Terminal Operator

Terminal Operator



-Utilize computer and computer software to process and generate appropriate paperwork and communicate with main office.
-Unload cement from railcars, store and then load into trucks for distribution.
-Process all paperwork in connection with the distribution of cement such as invoices, bill of lading, cod's, ordering railcars, tracking and tracing rail cars or cement orders, weight tickets, load out tickets and ordering terminal supplies.
-Communicate with railroad, truck drivers, customers, order center, sales, and vendors to ensure cement is delivered on time and in the most cost effective manner.-
-Load cement into trucks.
-Positions and blocks vehicles or rail cars by using track mobile to spot cars and set brakes.
-Positions spout, chute, and conveyor over or into rail car, truck, bin, or storage pile and opens slide in spout or chute to start flow of material into or from vehicles.
-Opens air valves, rail car side door, or car hopper door, starts conveyors, pneumatic conveyors, or elevators, and adjusts dampers to feed materials to specified designation. This involves scraping residual cement out of the train car with a 16’ t-handled pole.
-Collects cement sample and keep track of inventory.
-Vibrates hopper to facilitate flow into rail car or truck. Employee must lift vibrator into and of train car pockets which requires lifting, crawling and bending.
-Observes pressure gauges and adjusts valves to maintain specified pumping pressure.
-Records car identifying information such as weight and volume of material loaded and number of cars dumped or filled.
-Maintenance and repair of all equipment and machinery used by the terminal in the distribution of cement including valves, augers, air compressors, vibrators, dust collectors, motor wrenches, boot lifts, and hydraulic cylinders.
-Welding and use of cutting torches to repair and maintain equipment.
-Operate equipment such as fork lift, track mobile or other mobile equipment used in operating the terminal.
-Diagnose problems with machinery and recommend solutions.
-Transfer to other terminals to work for operators and managers who are on vacation or sick leave.
-General housekeeping and grounds maintenance
-Will maintain a safe working environment, adhere to safety policies and practices, perform daily housekeeping of assigned area, adhere to company policies.
-Ensure quality of work performed, support, promote and utilize continuous improvement system, observe and promote best practices, good time management and be able to troubleshoot/analyze root cause failure.

REM-01 WS-01


Shift start: None
Shift length:
Day Shift; Monday - Friday; some saturday


  • Can lift 50 lbs
-1 year certificate from college or technical school - 3 - 6 years related experience and/or training in the distribution of products and customer relations. - Ability to use personal computer and software programs. - Mechanical ability. - Knowledge of cement and ready mix operations. - Knowledge of transportation industry. - Forklift Training - Track Mobile Training - Safety Training/OSHA Requirements -Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. -Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. -Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of organization. -Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. -Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to draw and interpret bar graphs. -Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. -Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.

GCC of America
Fruita, CO 81521, US