Timekeeper (Casual)

Company Name:
United Shutdown Safety

Applicants must apply online at www.unitedsafety.net

The timekeeper is responsible for the accurate management of timekeeping records for a turn-around project for United Shutdown Safety located in
. The right candidate will have extensive experience timekeeping in industrial environments, preferably in refineries.

Must have previous timekeeping experience.
Must be willing to travel.
Must be proficient with computers and
software (Microsoft).
Must be able to problem solve, including identifying, assessing, and correcting problems.
Must be able to keep accurate documentation, preventing problem reoccurrence.
Strong communication skills; must be able to effectively communicate (verbal and written).
Advanced organization skills are required.
Must have strong Interpersonal skills; must be a team player.
Must follow all safety practices, understanding and applying company and client policies and procedures; industry practices & fundamental OH&S regulation.
Must be available to work 7x12's Days or Nights.

Applicants must include salary history or requirements in application submission.
Must be 18 years of age or older.
Must have a high school diploma or equivalent.
Must have a minimum of three (3) years of experience in timekeeping, in a plant environment.
Must have advanced skills in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel).
Must be able to pass a physical, pre-employment drug screen, alcohol test, and a background check.
Valid TWIC card a plus, not required.
Must have a valid Basic Plus card.
Must be able to pass a physical, pre-employment drug screen, alcohol test, and a background check.
All candidates must attend and successfully complete a non-paid four (4) day selection training session.
Candidates must be able to provide valid identification and a water, gas or electric bill that matches the address on their identification.

is a casual position (no benefits); expected length of
is anticipated to be 2-4 weeks.
Applicants must apply online at www.unitedsafety.net

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