Holly Energy Partners located in Artesia, NM is seeking a
Supervisor, Specialty Craft. The Supervisor, Specialty Craft
manages activities involving specialty craft support of terminal
and pipeline operations.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: (functions considered essential
as defined by ADA)
- Supervises maintenance of instrument, electrical, and control
devices and quality of work, safety, and overall performance of
- Oversees and coordinates across multiple departments to ensure
pipeline, terminal, and tank gain/loss is within industry best
practices and within contractual limits
- Oversees, schedules, and coordinates terminal and pipeline
maintenance such as pipeline repairs and replacements, spill
response, and other maintenance as required, as well as related
project scope and job plans
- Responsible for planned and scheduled maintenance process
- Provides technical expertise and support to the instrument,
electrical, and rotating equipment technicians
- Provides instrument and electrical support for engineering,
maintenance, and construction projects
- Inputs, manages, and executes specialty craft work orders and
generates maintenance requisitions
- Management of employees performance reviews and ongoing
development of the staff, engagement and motivation, hiring,
disciplinary process, worker safety
- Promotes and develops safe work behaviors in line with company
practices and supportive of our culture of Safety, Integrity,
Teamwork, and Ownership
- Provide support for development and oversight of Operating and
- Actively participates in periodic meetings and best practices
reviews with other HEP Sites and peers
- Establishes and maintain appropriate communication with
Refinery, Laboratory, Marketing, Scheduling, Pipeline Control
Center, Economics & Planning Groups, and other 3rd party
- Conducts regular site visits for operational inspections and
- Provides project management input for large capital and XO
- Manages regulatory compliance and interfaces with the
applicable regulatory authorities for assigned area
- Responsible for assigned emergency response duties
- Oversees work practices to ensure compliance with all federal
and state pipeline regulations for assigned area
- Accountable for appropriate procedure development and training
- Approves timesheets for hourly employees and contractors and
serves as a backup to employees
Special assignments or tasks assigned
to the employee by their superior, as determined from timeto time
in their sole and complete discretion.
A minimum of ten years of in-depth
pipeline and terminal operation experience is required.
Direct experience with
instrumentation and electrical work activities for Pipeline and
Terminal Operations. Direct experience with rotating equipment
pumps and drivers. Direct experience working with medium voltage
drivers and VFDs.
A minimum of a High School Diploma or
GED and appropriate technical training and years of experience.
Ability to lead and direct the work
of others and peers. Effectively collaborate. Working knowledge of
the measurement practices for refined products and crude oil.
Working knowledge of PHMSA pipeline regulations. Ability to
effectively communicate with others, both written and verbal
communication. Strong reading and writing skills, with the ability
to perform intermediate to complex mathematical calculations.
Sufficient level of computer skills.
Responsible for the supervision of
approximately ten direct reports.
Office and field based with up to 40%
travel by land and air required. Petroleum refinery,
warehouse/plant environment, and out-of-doors environment including
but not limited to chemicals, pressure vessels, tanks, rotating
equipment, and exposure to the risk of electrical shock. Subject to
all temperatures, weather, and varying road conditions.
Job conditions require standing,
walking, sitting, talking or hearing, twisting, stooping,
crouching, kneeling, talking or hearing, making visual inspections,
making precise hand and finger movements, reaching or grasping,
lifting and/or carrying up to 40lbs, pushing and/or pulling up to
55lbs, climbing up to 40ft, ability to operate and drive all
assigned company vehicles at company standard insurance rates is
essential, valid State drivers license and proof of insurance
required, perceiving color differences, wearing personal protective
equipment (beards not permitted), and strenuous physical
Holly Energy Partners, L.P., headquartered in Dallas, Texas,
provides petroleum product and crude oil transportation,
terminalling, storage and throughput services to the petroleum
industry, including HollyFrontier Corporation subsidiaries. The
Partnership, through its subsidiaries and joint ventures, owns
and/or operates petroleum product and crude gathering pipelines,
tankage and terminals in Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Washington,
Idaho, Oklahoma, Utah, Nevada, Wyoming and Kansas as well as
refinery processing units in Kansas and Utah.
Join Holly Energy Partners where you have the opportunity to
develop and own your career!
HollyFrontier Corporation is an Equal Opportunity
Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for
employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual
orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability,
veteran status or any other prohibited ground of discrimination.