MER Part Time Line Handler in North Charleston, South Carolina
Moran Environmental Recovery, LLC (MER) is an integrated environmental company specialized in providing services to Energy and Industrial, Commercial and Naval Marine, Railroad and Government clients. With operations based in strategically located resource centers along the United States eastern and gulf coasts, the services we perform range in scope from routine maintenance work, utilizing vacuum trucks and high-pressure washing equipment to large-scale site remediation and abatement. Our core competencies involve specialized risk management tools and are performed in strict compliance with complex regulatory requirements. We provide these services using in-house resources, enabling exceptional quality control enjoyed by few companies in our industry.
The Line Handler must be able to work in compliance on various marine projects. They must adhere to and maintain strict compliance with corporate/office policies and procedures, established health and safety protocols, and all applicable local, state, and federal regulations.
Execution of field work encompassed in marine projects while under direct or indirect supervision.
Correct completion of all job-specific, employee-related MER paper work including Timesheets, Daily Work Reports and Daily Tailgate Safety Meeting Forms.
Understand and work within project’s detailed scope-of-work to maintain strict compliance with contract documents, project schedules, and corporate policies and procedures.
Work safely during all phases of performing the job duties required in the field.
Ability to perform work in areas of varying dimensions, involving squatting and crawling.
Ability to follow directions; read/speak and understand English; read and understand common danger placards / labels and hazardous warning literature including site safety plans.
The ability to safely drive and perform safety checks on all vehicles for which licensed.
Must be able to understand and comply with company and client safety standards.
Due to the diversity of both scheduled and non-scheduled projects, physical demands, and environmental conditions vary significantly depending on the project.
Work outside year round in all types of weather.
May work in environments that are extreme in nature like environmental conditions such as heat, cold, heights, hazardous chemicals, loud noises, dangerous equipment, long hours etc.
May be exposed to varying levels of physical activities and physical extremes such as long periods of standing, walking, crouching, use of hands, and heavy lifting of up to 50 pounds or more.
Requires High School Diploma or GED (or equivalent reading, writing and reasoning skills).
Experience in safely operating small marine vessels.
Boat Operator’s License (6-pack) preferred but not required.
A valid Class “D” Driver’s License is required.
Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) preferred.
Must be willing and able to work weekends and nights.
Successful completion of a pre-employment background and substance screening process including, but not limited to, employment verifications, criminal search and Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) search as well continued verifications throughout employment to ensure that all records meet company policy standards.
Health, Dental and Vision Insurance
401k with Company Match
Paid Time Off (PTO)