HUMAN RESOURCES ASSISTANT
Peak Oilfield Service Company is recruiting for a Human Resources Assistant to support company-wide operations from its corporate office in Anchorage, Alaska.
General areas of responsibility include employee relations, support in the enforcement of company policies and practices and a high level of HR related administrative functions to include significant data entry and reporting functions. This position also provides direct support to the HR Director.
The HR Assistant conducts payroll and personnel data entry of all new hires, rehires, personnel changes and other related information into HRIS and coordinates hiring for small and large-scale oilfield projects (up to 150 employees) providing support in areas such as interviewing, screening, selection and recruitment. Responsible for company-wide job postings and recruiting efforts utilizing employment services, most commonly local and national newspaper classifieds, headhunting services, employment agencies, company website, various native corporations and the state of Alaska.
The HR Assistant coordinates training, pre-employment medical screening and drug testing for new hires and rehires prior to starting at job site and ensures accurate completion of pre-employment paperwork and prompt distribution to field offices and monitor’s the company’s performance evaluation program.
The HR Assistant partners with HR Director in the administration of Non DOT, PHMSA and FMCSA company-wide drug and alcohol plans. Provide quarterly statistical drug testing reports to contractors and their third party designates and other government agencies. Administer oral fluids drug tests to Non-DOT employees.
The HR Assistant creates, updates and modifies employee forms, job descriptions, wage matrixes and other HR forms as needed.
This position requires strong computer skills with an emphasis on Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook and other common business application programs. The ability to speak candidly to applicants, employees, management and senior leadership are required. The most successful candidate will demonstrate strong customer service, employee relations and telephone skills. The position requires the ability to work unsupervised and prioritize and accomplish work with minimal input.
Minimum qualifications include:
A four year college degree is preferred and 2-5 years related experience or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Knowledge of commonly used HR concepts, practices and procedures and the ability to exercise independent judgment.
Oilfield experience is preferred.
Peak offers a competitive wage and a robust benefits package that includes medical, dental and vision benefits, 401(k) and life insurance. Peak is an equal opportunity employer.
Interested candidates should submit their targeted resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax them to (907) 263-7041.
Tank Cleaning Superintendent
Peak is recruiting for a Tank Cleaning Superintendent for its tank cleaning operations in Valdez, Alaska at the Alyeska Marine Terminal. Although this contract is seasonal, Peak strives to keep the tank cleaning superintendent employed in other areas of the company during the off season, wherever possible. The successful candidate will possess demonstrated experience in direction and coordination of tank and pipeline cleaning activities. The project superintendent is responsible for all confined space cleaning activities and equipment and supervises craft foremen, mechanics, truck/equipment operators and skilled tank cleaning personnel. The superintendent is directly responsible for the enforcement of Peak and client policies and procedures. The superintendent assures coordination of cleaning activities between craft foremen and the skilled work force and ensures materials, tools and equipment to support cleaning and processing activities. The successful candidate will have demonstrated increased supervisory responsibilities throughout his work career so far. Responsible for scheduling work force activities both in and out of tanks and associated pipelines. Responsible for monitoring training requirements and adequacy of personnel protective equipment (PPE). Promotes the safety leadership culture and assures that all employees are participating in all Peak and client safety and other mandated programs. The superintendent is responsible for all documentation, recording and reporting requirements of the workforce in the Valdez operations. Operations also require that the tank cleaning superintendent be able to don appropriate PPE, enter the tank and directly assist in tank cleaning functions as needed. Supervisory responsibilities include the management of both subordinate supervisors and subordinate employees. The superintendent is responsible for the overall direction, coordination and evaluation of work crews and subordinate supervisors. Minimum qualifications include a Bachelor’s Degree (BA or BS) and four years of related experience of which two must be in a supervisory capacity. An equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered. The successful candidate must be able to work in confined spaces, possess a valid driver’s license and successfully pass a pre-season physical exam and a functional capacity evaluation along with successfully completing both Peak and client drug testing requirements. Direct tank cleaning supervisory experience and arctic experience is preferred. Pay is depending on experience. Please specify through cover letter or on your resume the title of this job. Email resumes to email@example.com or fax to 907-263-7041.
FIELD SAFETY SPECIALIST
Duties Include, but are not limited to the following: Work with the Health, Safety and Environmental (“HSET”) manager to provide field HSE support. Works as needed to help write HSE policies, programs, plans and schedules. Conducts field hazard analysis studies and confers with managers and supervisors to determine training needs for onsite personnel. Must be willing and able to lead and educate employees in safe work ethics, practices, and behaviors. Inspects facilities to detect existing or potential accident and health hazards, determine corrective or preventative measures where indicated, and follows up to ensure measures have been implemented. Works with field location managers to ensure that all regulatory, client and internal policies and procedures are adhered to. The candidate must understand the use of Industrial Hygiene instruments used to gather qualitative and quantitative information. Candidate must be able to use these instruments in the issuance of hot work, unit work, and confined space entries. Candidate must have a basic understanding of numerous job tasks and a working understanding of how individual craft employee's safety ties into each job. Must have a working knowledge of incident review, investigation and implementation of corrective actions. Leads investigation of incidents and injuries and cooperates in the preparation of material and reports. Compiles and submits incident reports. Candidate must be willing and able to travel by helicopter and small aircraft to remote sites for inspections and investigations. Must have a working knowledge of computer databases including Microsoft Office, Windows, and be able to adapt to existing databases. Must be able to effectively use written and verbal communication skills. Represents the organization in community or industry safety groups and programs. Maintains safety files and records. Other duties as assigned.
Must possess CHST, OHST, ASP, CSP designation from the BCSP at a minimum; candidates may be eligible for hire with a B.O.S. degree from an accredited university AND 2-5 years progressive safety experience
Strong technical writing and verbal communication skills
Functional experience with Microsoft office applications.
Valid driver's license and the ability to be insured for driving company vehicles (applicants must provide a five year DMV record at the time of application
If you are interested please submit a resume by emailing it to firstname.lastname@example.org or faxing it to (907) 263-7041
CERTIFIED VALVE TECHNICIAN
Peak Oilfield Service Company is seeking a certified relief valve technician to support its Kenai Peninsula operations in southcentral Alaska. The position is based at Peak’s Swanson River facility, but travel to other facilities and field locations, including offshore drilling platforms may be required to support other operations.
The successful candidate will have a minimum of three years of experience, will have advanced knowledge of ANSI and API valves and must have a valid, current driver’s license. Previous oil and gas/drill rig experience and offshore valve technician experience preferred. Possession of a current, valid TWIC Card is preferred.
The successful candidate will be subject to various pre-employment screening requirements including but not limited to background screening, drug screening, a functional capacity evaluation (physical exam) and must provide the current and previous five years driving records.
Wage depends on experience.Submit resumes that clearly target and identify the certified valve technician position to email@example.com or fax them to (907) 263-7041.
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