Federated Co-operatives Limited (FCL) is a diverse business operating in the agriculture, food, energy and home and building sectors. Based in Saskatoon, Sask., FCL is owned by independent retail co-operatives from across Western Canada that are committed to local investment, community mindedness and lifetime membership benefits. FCL is involved in wholesaling and manufacturing, including refined fuels and lubricants. It also provides administrative and marketing support to its member-owners. For more information, visit www.fcl.crs.
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FCL invites applications for the position of Operator Trainer-Section VI Pumping and Blending in our Co-op Refinery Complex located in Regina, Saskatchewan.
The Operator Trainer will provide the subject matter expertise for the development and hands on delivery of technical training programs. The Operator Trainers will provide the consistency needed to achieve a high quality-training program in each process section. They will ensure the program is efficient, effective and increases the knowledge, skills, and attitudes of the Process Operators. The Operator Trainers will work with each other, the Operator Training Supervisor and Process Scheduling Coordinators to provide a high quality and consistent training platform for all process operators. If successful, the candidate must complete the internal operator trainer program for the area they are assigned.
Reporting to the Operations Training Supervisor, responsibilities for this position include the following:
Train, lead, mentor and coach Process Operators in all aspects of training, which includes business continuity plan for Process Operators. Training includes on the job training and evaluating technical skills needed to advance in a Process Operator role.
Develop and deliver initial unit orientation and training guide for each unit in their section.
Direct, evaluate, and audit Process Operators in their on the job training duties and become a consistent reference person for respective process section.
Remain current in Section Operations to ensure all required training is received by Process Operators.
Provide feedback to line supervision for performance reviews and approve the operators for advancement in their progression training.
Take the lead role in continuously improving respective process sectional training by analyzing current and new training programs to ensure training programs are effectively educating employees and achieving business goals
Develop and deliver refresher training courses as required and update training material as described by Process Safety Management Procedures.
Create an orientation training schedule specific to the employee and with assistance from Learning and Development and Process Scheduling Coordinators, manage current training programs. Direct process operators in their safety, progression and refresher training requirements.
Responsible for providing external vendors with the training content that is required for their section and potentially other sections, based on analysis of training needs.
Participate in weekly Operator Trainer meetings to achieve group consensus on issues within and common to all sections. Facilitated by the Operations Training Supervisor and content driven by the Operator Trainers.
Supporting broader training programs by being a subject matter expert in their area.
Deliver, make enhancements and review their section’s training assessments.
Responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of the training facilities. This entails keeping the control rooms organized and equipped with necessary documents.
Other duties as assigned.
The successful candidate will have a two year Diploma, a minimum 4th Class Steam ticket, and 8-10 years process operational experience with preference to oil refinery operational experience. Preference will go to applicants with the highest attainable Steam Ticket required for their Section. Post-secondary adult education, computer, technical or business training would be an asset along with demonstrated experience with operations training and delivery.
A combination of relevant education and experience may be considered.
CRC offers a competitive salary, ongoing personal and professional development, and the opportunity to work with one of western Canada's most successful organizations.
We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.