Ferndale, WA Posted: 9/16/2019
The Track Administrator will be responsible for the following:
- Performs operation of daily Track activities including but not limited to: Process and resolve all Track exceptions, schedule changes etc.
- Coordinate data gathering for new contractor set up and on-boarding.
- Primary interface with Contractor timekeepers.
- Responsible for all user IDs, passwords, profiles and security configurations.
- Maintains Track procedures and work processes on an on-going basis and ensures compliance with those procedures, processes and standards.
- Identifies and coordinates reporting requirements.
- Ensures Track timesheets are processed timely and accurately.
- Maintains all Track master data (pay formulas, schedules, agreements etc.)
- Provide operational support and training to end-users.
- Attends project team meetings as required.
- Must be able to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, with the Maintenance, Reliability, Operations, Security and Technical Services Divisions, along with a wide range of personnel from various departments and divisions. Must also interface routinely with contractors.
- Must be beyond reproach in ability to maintain strict confidentiality of all information (written & verbal) obtained on the job.
- Ability to exercise independent judgment.
- Strong organizational skills with attention to detail.
- Strong written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills.
- Ability to interact with a high level of professionalism with all levels of management, including but not limited to: Superintendents/Supervisors, Engineers, Support Staff, and Maintenance Mechanics.
- Must be able to understand and interpret vendor contracts. Some exposure to auditing would be helpful.
- Work well in fast-paced and high-pressured environment.
- Expertise in the use of various computer software programs, i.e. MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), SAP, and other company supported programs.
- Responsible for complying with Company policies and procedures, established standards, and governmental regulations (federal, state, and local).
- Demonstrates personal commitment to health, safety, and environmental objectives
- Excellent attendance is mandatory.
- Subject to extended work hours during turnarounds and emergencies
- Must be willing to travel to Billings, Montana for training.
- Completion of High School
- Legally authorized to work in the United States on a regular, full-time basis without restrictions
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