As we construct our new facility and get closer to operational status, Restoration Fuels is hiring staff. Our needs include administrative support, technical staff, and laborers. The following are some of the employment opportunities and essential job responsibilities currently available:
Dryer/Reactor (Torrefaction) Operators – Four operators will be hired and trained to operate the bed dryer and rotary kiln torrefaction unit. Qualified candidates will have technical acumen and will be required to be very safety conscious as they will be the senior (or lead) operator on each crew. They will be required to ensure safe operation and will be held accountable for production throughput goals. To learn more, download the PDF below.
Loader Operators – Up to four loader operators will work with Malheur Lumber staff to ensure an adequate supply of chips (raw material) are available and fed into the belt dryer system. Additionally, they will be responsible for all product loading and record keeping for shipments. To learn more, download the PDF below.
Densification Operators – Up to four operators will be hired and trained to operate the product densification systems. Additionally, they will coordinate product loadout and shipments with the loader operators and ensure all product QC testing is completed prior to product shipping. To learn more, download the PDF below.
We offer hourly employees an hourly wage in accordance with their level of responsibility. Overtime wages will be paid for any time worked beyond a 40 hour work week and potentially for any time worked beyond a regularly scheduled shift.
Schedule and Rotation
Since the Restoration Fuels operation will operate on a 24-hr/day, 7-day/week schedule, a rotating shift schedule will be developed to ensure proper staffing at all times. This may be an 8-hour rotating work schedule, a 10-hour rotating schedule, or a 12-hour rotating schedule. Overtime payment will be based on this rotating schedule and in accordance with the Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI) requirements. The QC technician and maintenance technicians will not be required to follow the rotational schedule but may be required to work split shifts and/or odd hours depending upon the operational requirements.
Interested? Please send an email and resume to our team at firstname.lastname@example.org to begin the conversation.