Sherman, Texas - 2024-06-05 Facilities Operator

Are you considering a career change with the opportunity to work for a company that cares for you? This is it — join our team today as a Facilities Operator. At TSP, we have a proven track record of excellence, largely due to our unique perspective.

Both in life and in business, you get back what you give. So, we pledge to care for and invest in our people and the communities where we live, work, and play. TSP’s recognition, philanthropic and training programs, and comprehensive benefits plan are just a few ways we accomplish this.


AS A FACILITIES OPERATOR, YOU CAN EXPECT TO HAVE THESE RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Responsible for all activities going on within the control room
    • If anyone comes in to make manipulations on systems, be aware of what and why, and be able to explain the changes being made
  • Responsible for monitoring manufacturing and building systems, notifying facilities when a system is not operating under normal conditions, and being the first line of response for troubleshooting and identifying the cause of any alarm (from the control room and out in the field)
  • Perform daily inspections of operational areas to identify system issues such as irregular sounds, hot and cold irregularities, leaks, chemical spills, etc.
  • Responsible for operating equipment during shutdown and start-up following written operating procedures
  • Responsible for following the two-man verification process
  • Maintain thorough and accurate records of daily activities, equipment status, operating and quality parameters, as well any changes from normal operating conditions
  • Work closely with engineers and technicians to understand the capabilities of systems, as well as when, why, and how to manipulate in the event of system malfunctions
  • Keep operational areas in a high level of operational readiness, housekeeping, organization, orderliness and free of hazards.
  • Participate in daily operations meetings
  • Review, comprehend, and follow sequence of operations, standard operating procedures, LOTOs, P&IDs, and PFDs
  • Perform formal acceptance testing on new and/or modified equipment, systems and installations
  • Must be ok with working 12 hour shifts 4 days a week with 3 days off and be available for PM or AM shifts

TO BE SUCCESSFUL, YOU’LL NEED EXPERIENCE SUCH AS:

  • Strong mechanical knowledge of water cooling, exhaust, plant vacuum, deionized water, water treatment, wastewater, industrial waste treatment, compressed air systems etc.
  • Preventative maintenance on an industrial level
  • Well-rounded electrical, mechanical and instrumentation knowledge
  • Chillers, pumps, heat exchanges, Instrumentation and PLCs
  • Knowledge of manual and SCADA manipulation of plant equipment

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT THIS ROLE:

  • Must be ok with working 12 hour shifts 4 days a week with 3 days off and be available for PM or AM shifts
  • View our benefits information: https://marketing.mytsp.net/tsp-benefits
  • Candidates must be authorized to work in the United States

WE ARE TSP

TSP is award-winning, customer-endorsed, and minority-owned. We provide custom, flexible, and flawlessly executed IT services and talent solutions throughout the United States and Canada.

We create great customer experiences by saving you time and money. We’re driven by integrity — we do what we say we will do — exceeding expectations. Our value-based pricing focuses on your business objectives, making your success our top priority. We don’t manufacture devices or sell software — our product is our people.

TSP is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications from all qualified persons without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, age, national origin, disability status, genetic information, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.