Site Manager - Helium

Job Description Site manager responsibilities include; safety, training, sales/customer service interface, dewar distribution, bulk helium gas trailer filling, testing, equipment PM's, Quality System, budget, projects, subordinates and all associated paperwork. Ensure that all customer orders are delivered safely, on time, within specification, including filling dewars, bulk gas trailers, and cylinders using computer interface systems, performing Q.A. testing & verification activities. Site maintenance is to be scheduled and supervised by the site manager. Delivery routes should be coordinated by the site manager. Site Managers responsibilities are, time cards, training, CDL/Hazmat up to date, monthly safety meeting, PPE, expense accounts, monthly site budget detail review and employee's annual PMP reviews. Strong understanding of cryogenic liquid transfer, high pressure gas filling, and analytical chemistry. The role will include but not limited to performing routine maintenance, troubleshooting, repairs, calibrations and installations. Job Requirements Bachelor's degree in Engineering or Science preferred Industrial gas industry experience preferred A minimum of 5 years of production/distribution experience required. A minimum of 3 years of supervisory experience required. Ability to function independently and make logical, sound decisions in a wide variety of situations required. Strong interpersonal and communication skills Demonstrate project management and teamwork skills Computer skills; proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, etc.) Strong organization skills required. Must have knowledge of regulatory agencies including, but not limited to DOT, FMCSA, OSHA, and EPA.

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