• Refueler Trainer - Part Time

    ASRC Federal Holding CompanyDaleville, AL 36322

    Job #887488017

  • Position : Refueler Trainer - Part Time

    Location : Daleville, AL

    ASRC Federal Primus, a subsidiary of ASRC Federal, is currently seeking Part Time Refueler Trainer in Fort Rucker, Alabama to train employees to properly refuel and defuel military and commercial aircraft from mobile units, stand by during fueling/defueling process as fireguard, and perform related fuel testing, vehicle checks, and documentation.

    This position requires a Trainer for Commercial Drivers License with X endorsement (Hazmat and Tanker)

    The Refueler Trainer will train employees to:

    • Conduct the necessary test to determine fuel quality, water content, and temperature and API gravity.

    • Conduct inspections of fuel equipment/vehicle to ensure safe and efficient operations of fuel distribution systems within a mobile or fixed unit.

    • Check pumping systems for correct operating pressure or unusual noises.

    • Clean strainers and filters, service "aqua-glo" water testing unit.

    • Record findings and report to supervisor.

    • Comply with safety and conservation practices outlined by local environmental requirements for safe fuel handling.

    • Hot Fuel Aircraft (aircraft engines in operation) waits for pilot to exit helicopter; stand as fire guard; connect and disconnect lines and grounding wires.

    • Open fuels ports, connect the nozzle up to the adapter and into the fuel tank to begin fueling.

    • Replace dust covers on nozzles; relay number of gallons pumped to the pilot and complete other documentation as necessary.

    • Cold Refuel Aircraft (aircraft engines not in operation): perform fueling and documentation as required.

    • Stand fire guard and/or guard refueler during the hot fueling process; monitor all activity in the area for any irregularity that would indicate the need to discontinue the pumping process.

    • Radio any emergency to appropriate officials and take immediate action to protect the refueler and any personnel in the area, using fire extinguisher, and procedures as indicated in Company procedures.

    • Defuel aircraft as required, using appropriate hoses and adapters.

    • Follow all Company and government procedures for handling hazardous materials.

    • Receive, store, and/or transfer fuel from and to fuel storage tanks and fuel tankers.

    • Fill fuel tanks as necessary, perform grounding, safety checks, connect hose to load and unload fuel.

    • Monitor the process, record all meter readings, prepare necessary documentation and report to supervision.

    • Transport fuel from one field to another as necessary.

    • Perform safety checks as prescribed by Company or Department of Transportation regulations on all vehicles before commencing operation. Document and report to supervisor any and all deficiencies requiring minor or major maintenance to the vehicle.

    • Drive any government/Company tanker, observing all state, federal , government and Company laws, rules and procedures.

    • Perform associated tasks as assigned by supervision, i.e. training, documentation, assistance with ground wires etc.

    • Perform refueling using the pantograph system, if required by job assignment.

    • Perform other duties as assigned.

    Education and/or Experience:

    • High school graduate or GED strongly preferred.

    • Must be able to speak, read, and write English.

    • Must have at least 7-10 years of refueling experience.

    Skills and Abilities:

    • Ability to demonstrate job procedures and assist in the training of employees in other work areas who are assigned work to this location and classification.

    • Ability to interface with all levels of personnel.

    • Working knowledge of Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations.

    • Excellent communication, interpersonal, and penmanship skills.

    ASRC Federal and its Subsidiaries are Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, gender, color, age, sexual orientation, gender identification, national origin, religion, marital status, ancestry, citizenship, disability, protected veteran status, or any other factor prohibited by applicable law .

    • High school graduate or GED strongly preferred.

    • Must be able to speak, read, and write English.

    • Commercial Driver's License Class A or B, with X Endorsement.

    • Must have at least 7-10 years of refueling experience.

    • Department of Transportation (DOT) physical certification.

    • Ability to demonstrate job procedures and assist in the training of employees in other work areas who are assigned work to this location and classification.

    • Ability to interface with all levels of personnel.

    • Working knowledge of Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations.

    • Excellent communication, interpersonal, and penmanship skills.

    Updated 05/20/2019