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Become A Multi-Skilled Operator

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Working As A Multi-Skilled Operator

  • Assisting and Caring for Others
  • Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates
  • Documenting/Recording Information
  • Getting Information
  • Making Decisions and Solving Problems
  • Unpleasant/Angry People

  • Unpleasant/Hazardous Environment

  • Repetitive

  • Stressful

  • $32,770

    Average Salary

What Does A Multi-Skilled Operator Do At Conocophillips

* Inspect gas and oil wells, tanks, meters, separators, compressors, and attached piping components for leaks or unusual conditions and taking corrective actions
* Access remote locations to check wells, maintain normal operating levels, pressures and flow on separation equipment, making adjustments to automatic and manual controls
* Gauge tanks for sale or transfer of crude oil and water
* Operate rental compressors, flowing gas wells, gas lift wells, and test wells
* Utilize electronic remote well supervision to optimize production and reduce Safety & Environmental impact
* Maintain chemical injection rates, start up and shut in wells
* Enter daily volumes, well tests, downtime and injection information into a computer database
* Monitor daily production inputs into electronic data gathering software and comparing input data with output data for correctness
* Monitor and optimizing production and costs within area of control
* Minor hands on production equipment repairs

What Does A Multi-Skilled Operator Do At GCA Services

* Completes corrective and preventive work orders as assigned.
* Performs minor electrical repairs, installations and maintenance.
* Tasks to include (but not limited to) replacement of wall switches, outlets, incandescent and fluorescent bulbs, ballasts, transformers, sockets and fuses.
* Performs minor plumbing maintenance, repair, and installation.
* Tasks to include repairing of leaks in water supplies, drains, faucets and laboratory fixtures.
* Clears obstructions from drain lines.
* Performs minor HVAC maintenance and repairs.
* Tasks to include filter replacement, belt changes and greasing of bearings.
* Performs minor carpentry repairs.
* Tasks to include repairs to masonry, woodwork, walls and furnishings, patches or replaces plaster/plaster board, paints walls and ceilings and trim, cuts and lays flooring (linoleum, tile, carpet, etc...).
* Performs periodic standard inspections and preventative maintenance on tools and equipment.
* Ability to operate motor vehicles and poor tools safely and effectively
* Ability to understand specifications, blueprints, manuals and schematic drawings for installation, maintenance and repair of structures and equipment is preferred.
* Supports Special Events when necessary by moving tables, chairs, bleachers and similar activities.
* Provide excellent customer service.
* Responds to emergency situations during and after hours.
* Other similar responsibilities

What Does A Multi-Skilled Operator Do At Nestle Nutrition

* Attend necessary equipment/system training with the intent of becoming a Fremont Factory subject matter expert.
* Train and mentor Apprentices and peers in all new technologies learned.
* Service, installation, loop tuning, calibration, troubleshooting, development, implementation, repair, and maintenance of Fremont Factory instrumentation, control and electrical systems to attain World Class performance.
* Execute and manage calibration of factory instrumentation per Nestle Requirements.
* Support Projects by participating in the development of project scopes, design of systems, and functional specifications.
* Perform design reviews, factory acceptance testing, system start-ups and operational checkouts on systems including NEC compliance, safety compliance, configuration, wiring, calibration, validations, grounding and power quality testing.
* Specify, organize and maintain adequate spare parts for control and instrumentation systems.
* Assist with planning, coordinating and scheduling work with business units.
* Use and maintain technical materials such as equipment manuals, MSDS, Instrument database, system drawings, Process and Instrument Diagrams (PID's), schematics, and blue prints to troubleshoot and maintain systems.
* Maintain plant documentation in accordance with management of change procedures.
* Network and Communications maintenance, improvement and troubleshooting.
* Basic Computer Hardware, Operating System and Software troubleshooting.
* System/equipment maintenance, troubleshooting and improvements for x-ray, vision systems, power distribution systems, robotics, and PLC/HMI based systems.
* Be responsible for all predictive and preventive maintenance activities and routine inspections of instruments, equipment, GFCI testing, installations, and portable equipment including all supporting documentation.
* Execute a Monthly Safety site walk to verify and document electrical system safety.
* Be responsible for developing and maintaining accurate documentation for the following; Electrical distribution systems, automation systems, control systems, instrumentation, ACAD drawings, bill of materials, PM activities.
* Performs additional duties as assigned by Management or Team Leader(s).
* All employees will support and participate in Nestl Continuous Excellence (NCE) and Total Performance Management (TPM) as a part of their job responsibility within their Business Unit or as assigned within the factory.
* Employee shall follow Fremont Factory safety & environmental objectives & targets, follow the plant safety rules, report unsafe conditions immediately, report incidents immediately or by the end of the shift, maintain compliance with regulations, and refer to the Safety & Environmental Management System(s) on all related procedures and programs
* Qualifications

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How To Become A Multi-Skilled Operator

Psychiatric technicians typically need postsecondary education, and aides need at least a high school diploma. Both technicians and aides get on-the-job training.


Psychiatric technicians typically have a postsecondary certificate. Often, they have experience as a nursing assistant or a licensed practical nurse and have completed postsecondary education in nursing.

Some psychiatric technicians also may have a postsecondary certificate or associate’s degree in psychiatric or mental health technology. These programs are offered by community colleges and technical schools and include courses in biology, psychology, and counseling. Psychiatric technician programs may include supervised work experience or cooperative programs, in which students gain academic credit for structured work experience.

Psychiatric aides typically need a high school diploma.


Psychiatric technicians and aides usually have a short period of on-the-job training before they can work without direct supervision.

Training may include working with patients while under the close supervision of an experienced technician or aide. Technicians and aides also may attend workshops, lectures, or inservice training.

Work Experience

Psychiatric technicians typically need clinical experience, which can be gained by working in occupations such as nursing assistant or licensed practical nurse.

Important Qualities

Compassion. Because psychiatric technicians and aides spend much of their time interacting with patients, they should be caring and want to help people.

Interpersonal skills. Psychiatric technicians and aides often provide ongoing care for patients, so they should be able to develop a rapport with them. Gaining such rapport makes psychiatric technicians and aides better able to treat their patients and evaluate their condition.

Observational skills. Technicians must watch patients closely and be sensitive to any changes in behavior. For their safety and that of their patients, they must recognize signs of discomfort or trouble among patients.

Patience. Working with the mentally ill can be emotionally challenging. Psychiatric technicians and aides must be able to stay calm in stressful situations.

Physical stamina. Psychiatric technicians and aides must be able to lift, move, and sometimes restrain patients. They must also be able to spend much of their time on their feet.

Licenses, Certifications, and Registrations

Most states do not license psychiatric technicians. California is one of the larger states that does. For those states which license them, technicians usually are required to complete an accredited education program, pass an exam, and pay a fee to be licensed.

Psychiatric aides are not required to be licensed.

The American Association of Psychiatric Technicians offers four levels of certification for psychiatric technicians. The certifications allow technicians to show a high level of professional competency. Requirements vary by certification.

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Multi-Skilled Operator Demographics


  • Male

  • Female

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  • White

  • Hispanic or Latino

  • Asian

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  • Black or African American

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Languages Spoken

  • Spanish

  • French

  • Japanese

  • German

  • Portuguese

  • Cherokee

  • Italian

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Top Skills for A Multi-Skilled Operator


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Top Multi-Skilled Operator Skills

  1. Direct Patient Care
  2. EKG
  3. Phlebotomy
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Direct patient care under the supervision of a licensed nurse.
  • Performed EKG's, blood glucose monitoring, specimen collection, dressing changes, colostomy care and documentation of vital signs.
  • Administer basic patient care * Phlebotomy * Record Measurements and readings/Clerical Duties
  • Interview patients to obtain medical information and measure their vital signs, weight, and height.
  • Maintain the readiness of all emergency room equipment and supplies.

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