Stolt-Nielsen USA Incorporated

  • Tank Mechanic (Depot)

    Job Locations US-TX-Houston
    # of Openings
    Contract to Permanent (Full Time)
  • Overview



    Perform all maintenance and repair operations as required to ensure that the requirements of ISO 9001 are fully met in all aspects of the business. To continually monitor, correct and, where necessary, improve on the procedures used to achieve this goal.


    • Ability to perform all maintenance and repair operations required on unportable T1- T22 tank containers.
    • Ability to perform all testing operations required on unportable T1- T22 tank containers.
    • Ability to perform all Fork Lift Operations.
    • Ability to perform all Interchange Operations on unportable T1- T22 tanks containers.
    • Ability to perform basic Quality Control Inspections on unportable T1- T22 tank containers
    • Perform all duties as required by Stolt Management.


    - Education

    • High school diploma or GED preferred.


    - Experience

    • Minimum of 6 months experience in tank container repair preferred.




    - Specific Skills

    • Must be mechanically inclined


    • Must be self starter and have ability to work with minimal supervision


    • Ability to work closely with others


    - Physical Requirements

    • You must be physically strong: able to push, pull, lift and carry up to 30 pounds frequently; up to 50 pounds occasionally; and up to 83 pounds infrequently. You’ll need good balance to regularly step on and off equipment and work from ladders to perform various tasks. And you must be able to walk, sit, stand, and stoop comfortably. You’ll be working outdoors in all weather conditions- including heat, cold, ice, and rain- and frequently at elevations 15 feet above the ground.


    • You must be medically able to use and work in both air supplied and air purifying respirators for up to 8 hours.
    • Must be able to work in confined spaces.



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