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Terminal Manager

Job Summary:

The terminal manager at the Newport Terminal is responsible for the overall safe 24/7 operation of the bulk liquid petroleum terminal relating to the receiving, storing, and loading of petroleum and ethanol products via truck and pipeline. The manager will oversee two terminal employees and direct the day-to-day operation of the terminal to include stock inventory reconciliation, maintenance, regulatory adherence, and company compliance. The position will also include P&L oversight and budgeting responsibilities.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

  • Management of employees to include daily job responsibilities, employee performance reviews, discipline process, ensuring employee conformance with all HSE requirements
  • Facilitate the growth and development of employees for future advancement
  • Management and control of terminal maintenance program with utilization of JDE-PM
  • Oversee the physical service and maintenance of all terminal equipment
  • Ensure environmental compliance and efficient functionality of all terminal vapor control systems
  • Mange all aspects of accurate product receipts and deliveries
  • Scheduling of and track training for terminal employees
  • Managing terminal projects in conjunction with management and technical group
  • Managing HSE adherence with management and HSE group 
  • Coordinating, scheduling, and managing required API-653 tank inspections, internal and external (JDE-PM)
  • Act as primary focal point and qualified individual for all external regulatory agencies, such as MPCA, EPA, Washington County Hazardous Waste office, local AHJ (Fire, Police, etc.)
  • Oversee maintenance and operation of the Newport Terminal pipeline from Newport Villa to terminal junction. (approx. 1 mile of underground pipeline)
  • Manage relationship with external support companies and consultants, to include mechanical and electrical contractors, as well as environmental and engineering consultants
  • Maintain and monitor critical spare parts list for terminal
  • Act as QI and IC in the event of emergency at terminal
  • Identify, implement, and act on best practices for terminal operations
  • Manage, organize, and keep current all terminal plans, i.e. – FRP, SWPPP, SPCC, NPDES, LOPs, Haz Waste, etc.
  • Support and interact with internal customers and support teams. Collaborate with supply, business unit, technical, finance, and HSE teams

Qualifications, Knowledge, & Skills

  • Strong, clear, and concise written and oral communications skills
  • Possess strong, active, and decisive leadership skills
  • Possess critical thinking and analytical skills
  • Ability to prioritize and manage competing demands
  • Pro-active management mind set for achieving objectives 
  • Inherent safe work practices and habits suitable for an industrial work environment
  • Ability to climb petroleum storage tanks up to a height of 50 ft.
  • Ability to lift over 50 pounds
  • Knowledge of and working competency of terminal automation systems for daily stock reconciliation (DTN/G3 at Newport)
  • Knowledge and working competency of automated tank gauging systems (SAAB/Emerson at Newport)
  • Knowledge and working competency of API-653 tank inspection requirements (active API-653 certification preferred)
  • Knowledge and awareness of other applicable standards, API-570, API-510, API-2350, NFPA-30, NFPA-58, etc.
  • Overall competent skills in utilizing SharePoint sites, Microsoft Teams
  • Strong focus on managing of terminal finances


  • Minimum high school diploma. College degree preferred in applicable field - business, engineering, administration.
  • Minimum 7 years terminal operations experience
  • Minimum 3 years terminal management experience
  • Strong computer skills in current work-related applications, Microsoft 365, Excel, Word, PowerPoint etc.
  • Valid driver license

Circle K is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Company complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (the ADA) and all state and local disability laws. Applicants with disabilities may be entitled to a reasonable accommodation under the terms of the ADA and certain state or local laws as long as it does not impose an undue hardship on the Company. Please inform the Company’s Human Resources Representative if you need assistance completing any forms or to otherwise participate in the application process.