Ammonium Nitrate Crystallizer Job Description Sample
Government & Industry Affairs Specialist
DHS National Protection and Programs Directorate:
Government and Industry Affairs Support Specialist
ICF is currently seeking a Government & Industry Affairs Specialist in the infrastructure resilience line of business. You will be responsible for supporting the outreach efforts of the DHS Infrastructure Security Compliance Division (ISCD). ISCD, within the Office of Infrastructure Protection (IP), manages the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) regulatory program and is developing the Ammonium Nitrate (AN) Security Program. Both programs represent national-level efforts to minimize the risk of terrorism. This position is located in Crystal City, VA.
Identify and research organizations and associations that may have a nexus to chemical security.
Identify events and engagement opportunities to expand ISCD outreach with above organizations and associations.
Coordinate and manage event activities w/ith key stakeholders, including Federal, state, local, tribal and territorial, and industry groups for assigned ISCD Regions.
Prepare background, summary, and briefing presentation materials in support of outreach activities.
Record, manage and analyze data on ISCD outreach activities and stakeholders, including conducting trend and quality assurance analyses.
Respond to information requests, including taskers and other reporting requirements.
4-year Bachelor's degree in public policy or related degree from an accredited university.
3 years of experience in public policy, public affairs, communications, events management or related fields, working in an office environment.
Experience engaging with stakeholders, including coordinating and managing events and tracking outcomes.
Strong organizational skills and the ability to manage multiple tasks at once, prioritize tasks appropriately, and effectively balance workload.
Experience working with federal program stakeholders, including regulated industries, research organizations, and trade associations (preferred).
Understanding of DHS, National Protection and Programs Directorate (NPPD), Infrastructure Protection (IP), and/or ISCD programs and policies a plus.
Ability to work collaboratively in a team environment and maintain effective working relationships with internal and external personnel.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to absorb, organize, and communicate large quantities of information in a fast-paced environment.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel)
ICF offers an excellent benefits package, an award winning talent development program, and fosters a highly skilled, energized and empowered workforce.
ICF is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity at all levels. (EOE – Minorities/Females/ Protected Veterans Status/Disability Status/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity)
Pay Transparency Statement: For more information, please click here: https://www.dol.gov/ofccp/pdf/pay-transp_formattedESQA508c.pdf
Process Engineer, Augusta, GA
Why work at Nutrien? Great question!
Safety is a core value at Nutrien. Keeping every employee safe, healthy and secure is our top priority. Nothing is more important than seeing our people go home safe at the end of every single day.
While working here you will have the opportunity to grow your career while helping us feed the future. We pride ourselves in hiring from a variety of backgrounds and truly believe that it is our differences that make us stronger so we hope you will join us.
In addition to exciting and challenging opportunities, Nutrien offers competitive salaries, great benefits and performance based incentives.
Outside of the skills and necessary qualifications, you will be committed to sustaining our safe and positive work environment while welcoming working side by side others in a diverse culture. Culture at Nutrien is the core of everything we do and all employees are respectful of diverse opinions and views.
This position reports to the Process Engineering Superintendent and has no direct reports.
Focus is on process optimization from an engineering/technical basis. Works primarily with operations to aide in the determination and development of new process improvement projects and optimize current operations. Uses his/her technical knowledge to improve the ammonia, urea, nitric acid and ammonium nitrate manufacturing processes.
Able to provide positive results by working independently or as a member of a small team.
Maintains knowledge of day-to-day operations of the production unit. Vital team member within the production unit participating in the daily decision making. May act as a delegate for the unit Team Leaders or Process Specialist in either's absence. Provides technical support during non-normal circumstances such as plant startup, shutdown and turn-around.
Safety and Environmental – "Champion of PSM and regulatory compliance. Participant in the site behavioral based safety program."
Provides PSM oversight for the production unit.
Sponsors Management of Change on plant modifications requirement technical prowess.
HAZOP facilitator for audits within the process unit.
Knowledgeable on the production unit environmental permit requirements for regulatory compliance.
Active observer in the plant behavioral based safety process (ADAPT). Requires observations, data collection and feedback of safety performance while work is being performed in the plant.
Support Plant Operations – "Key member of the production team. Maintain optimum process performance or communicate improvement opportunity. Provide first pass Go / No Go for any departure from normal operations."
Resident in the production unit. Provide on-going conversation of process performance.
Provides direction for optimization of process conditions daily.
Effectively communicate across all levels of the organization and convey all necessary technical information in a manner that is easily understood.
Executes field tests and consults with other specialists outside of the facility to solve operating issues.
Remains on call for emergency conditions and trouble-shooting.
Evaluates process equipment and performance, generally without specific direction. Must be able to collect and analyzing data as well as obtain other source information to makes recommendations.
Informs operations on current activities, significant developments and technical problems.
Prepares any month end production reports or utility consumption reports for financial accounting.
Technical Point of Contact – "Keeper of the plant technical basis"
Becomes the owner of the technical knowledge for the production unit. Technical lead for all plant process engineering activities.
Stays abreast of current industry technologies in process design and operation. Implement new technologies where applicable to improve plant reliability and operations.
Discusses technology and operating issues with other Engineering and Operations personnel at other sites.
Capital Improvements – "Keeper of the plant technical basis and first pass Go / No Go for any planned departure away from normal operations."
Identifies and communicates process improvement ideas from manufacturing for technical evaluation.
Makes use of available engineering software to identify critical success factors to minimize capital risk.
Provides technical expertise in the design, specification, selection, and operation of equipment.
Insures all work is done in a safe manner consistent with company, local, state, federal and health, safety and environmental regulations and procedures.
Develops capital improvement projects for budget submittal.
Manages small capital projects as needed.
Provides technical assistance during capital project design and construction.
Ensures that safety and environmental issues are a consideration of each design and construction project.
Drafts process reports describing the technical basis and critical success factors for capital project in the production unit. Schedules and conducts meetings with operating, maintenance, and technical personnel to agree on scope of supply and plan of execution
Process modeling experience required, preferably Aspentech engineering suite
Strong organizational skill
Good communication skills to be able to communicate with all levels of people inside and outside organization.
This position requires an understanding of the plant processes and operations along with utilization of engineering knowledge and common sense.
Knowledge of process chemistry and project economics is required.
BS Chemical Engineering required
Masters Preferred, not required
5 -15 years' experience in chemical plant or refinery preferred
State Professional Engineer License desirable, not required
Nutrien is committed to creating an inclusive workplace. We encourage applications from all well qualified candidates who reflect the diversity of the regions where we operate. This includes recognizing the voluntary identification of status such as gender, sexual orientation, visible minority, Indigenous status, persons with disabilities, and veterans, where applicable.
If this sounds like a good match, apply now. This job will remain posted until filled. You may be required to undergo a background check and substance test in accordance with Nutrien policies.
While we appreciate all applications we receive, we advise that only candidates under consideration will be contacted.
EOE race/color/sex/sexual orientation/gender identity/disability/veteran
Utility Operator - Syracuse, NY
Reports To: Production Supervisor
Location: Syracuse, NY
Role: Hourly $21.84
SCOPE OF POSITION
Support the plant by completing all required chemical operator duties and responsibilities. The Utility Operator unloads raw materials and loads liquid products into trucks, railcars, and liquid totes.
Unloads raw materials and supports operations
Produces Sodium Nitrite and other products according to Chemtrade Standards and quality procedures
Performs pre-start safety and operating checks and operate mobile equipment such as skid steer loader, scissor lift, forklift, and Trackmobile
Operates and maintains process equipment critical to operating plant
Occasionally performs general maintenance and equipment installation
Completes and maintains safety, quality, and ISO documentation and records
Performs routine chemical analysis of products as required
Checks tank levels and ensure that tanks do not overflow during transfers
Performs plant safety inspections
Reports issues that may affect safety, efficiency, or product quality
Maintains plant cleanliness
Performs other duties as assigned
Loads sodium nitrate liquid in trucks, railcars, and liquid totes
Become familiar with Chemtrade Environmental, Safety & Health (ES&H) policies and procedures.
Immediately report all ES&H incidents (injuries, near misses, releases).
Complete all required ES&H training in a timely fashion.
Follow all Chemtrade facility and corporate ES&H procedures and practices.
Attend and actively participate in facility ES&H meetings and forums that will drive employee involvement.
Provide feedback and suggestions for ES&H program improvement.
Participate in job safety analysis activities.
High School Diploma or GED
Experience operating a skid steer loader, scissor lift, forklift, Trackmobile or other heavy equipment is preferred
Must be able to perform general chemical analysis skills – including bench tests, hydrometer use, titration analysis
Must be able to work rotating shifts and weekends
Must possess excellent interpersonal skills, verbal and written communication skills and computer knowledge
Must be a self-starter with the ability to work with a minimum of supervision, is highly motivated, energetic, and enjoys working as part of a team
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job:
Employee is frequently required to sit, stand, walk, reach with hands and arms, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. Employee is occasionally required to climb stairs/ladders (including vertical)
Employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.
Must be able to work in confined work spaces
Specific vision abilities required by this job may include close vision.
Must be "fit for duty".
Must be able to perform under the following conditions:
Work in awkward or confining workspaces
Work in elevated places
Work in outdoor environment
Work in noisy environment
Safety is a job requirement
Able to work in Adverse Weather Conditions
By joining our team, you will have the chance to be part of a vibrant and growing company. We offer an exciting work atmosphere and opportunities for professional development. At Chemtrade, we take pride in rewarding our employees for their commitment, performance and hard work by offering a variety of programs and services. We offer a comprehensive and very competitive health and wellness program, including medical, dental, paid vacation and a fitness activity subsidy. Our unique culture enables employees to thrive in a supportive and engaging workplace. Employee engagement is not just something we talk about at Chemtrade, but fulfilled through exciting programs like Employee Recognition and Rewards (CHEers!), and Chemtrade University.
Our friendly work environment fosters positive interaction amongst employees within and throughout different departments and locations. We treat our employees with fairness and equity. We value diversity, recognize the benefits of an inclusive work environment and pride ourselves on our commitment to the Health and Safety of our employees and the communities we work in through Responsible Care®.
Chemtrade operates a diversified business providing industrial chemicals and services to customers in North America and around the world. Chemtrade is one of North America's largest suppliers of sulphuric acid, spent acid processing services, inorganic coagulants for water treatment, sodium chlorate, sodium nitrite, sodium hydrosulphite and phosphorus pentasulphide. Chemtrade is a leading regional supplier of sulphur, chlor-alkali products, liquid sulphur dioxide, potassium chloride, and zinc oxide. Additionally, Chemtrade provides industrial services such as processing by-products and waste streams.
Chemtrade is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Chemtrade is committed to fair and accessible employment practices and will, where possible, provide accommodations for persons with disabilities.
Wastewater Treatment Operator-In-Training (2363-110)
We are at the dawn of the resource revolution. In a world facing high demographic growth, runaway urbanization and the shortage of natural resources, securing, optimizing and renewing resources is essential to our future. SUEZ (Paris: SEV, Brussels: SEVB) supplies drinking water to 92 million people, delivers wastewater treatment services to 65 million, recovers 16 million tons of waste each year and produces 7 terawatt hours of local and renewable energy. With 82,500 employees, SUEZ, which is present on all five continents, is a key player in the sustainable management of resources. SUEZ generated total revenues of $16.5 billion in 2016.
Under direct supervision performs a variety of basic operational tasks relevant to maintaining safe and reliable operations of advanced wastewater treatment facilities. Ensures operation in compliance with state and federal regulations through routine monitoring and adjustment of plant manual and computerized control systems and assists higher level personnel with more complex operational tasks.
Records meter, sensor and gauge readings and performs routine in-plant lab sampling and analysis.
Operates valves and gates manually as directed.
Starts, stops and operates pumps, engines and other equipment, under the direction of an O&M Tech III, O&M Tech IV or Lead Operator.
Interface with plant computer control system as necessary to perform operations and maintenance duties as directed.
Makes routine rounds of assigned process areas and records operating data such as run times, chemical usage, flows and other process information as directed.
Records operating data in shift logs.
Monitors and adjusts chemical feed rates as directed.
Conducts change-outs, monitors and/or replenishes process chemical supplies as directed.
Collects samples for process control lab tests as directed.
Performs routine laboratory analysis for MLSS, alkalinity, ammonia nitrate nitrite, pH, SVI, and Turbidity and as directed by an O&M Tech IV, III or Lead Operator.
Assist in process control or preventive/corrective maintenance functions as directed.
Performs routine cleaning and general housekeeping duties in work areas as directed, including, but not limited to, cleaning of weirs and other process equipment and areas.
Performs general housekeeping duties of job sites, work areas and other area as directed including, but not limited to sweeping, dusting, mopping, cleaning and painting as necessary to maintain areas to Company standards.
May be required to operate a motor vehicle.
Observes all on-the-job safety regulations.
Performs all other related tasks as directed.
Knowledge of the principles and practices of wastewater treatment plant operations.
Ability to understand and carry out written or verbal work orders or assignments.
Ability to lift and carry up to 49 lbs..
Ability to perform the following: straight pulling, reaching above the shoulder, pushing, walking, standing, crawling, kneeling, repeated bending and sitting for extended periods of time.
Ability to distinguish basic colors and various shades.
Ability to perform basic maintenance tasks.
Physical Demands. The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands, fingers, and handle, or feel. The employee is regularly required to talk and hear in ambient noise typical of a construction project. The employee is frequently required to stand, walk, sit, and reach with hands and arms. The employee is required to climb or balance and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 45 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to focus.
Work Environment. The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, work is performed both inside and outside with exposure to all kinds of weather conditions. The incumbent is frequently exposed to noise, dust, fumes, gases, greases, oils, electrical energy, solvents and vibrations. The incumbent may work on slippery/uneven surfaces, around machinery with moving parts, moving objects/vehicles, ladder and may be exposed to water, treatment chemicals and other liquid materials.
Effluent Technician - Rotating Shifts
Effluent Technician - Rotating Shifts
Primary Location: Macon, Georgia
Employment Status: Full-Time
Want to work for a company that gives you opportunities to grow in a collaborative environment? How about working for a global manufacturer with a rich history and even brighter future?
Armstrong World Industries began over 150 years ago as a small cork-cutting shop in Pittsburgh, PA. From that small business, we became the global leader in ceiling, wall and suspension system solutions that contribute to better, more inspiring buildings that can improve how we all live, work, learn, heal and feel. At Armstrong World Industries you'll have the opportunity to make the most of your potential. Come build your future with us!
Armstrong World Industries, Inc. has a job opportunity for a Treatment Plant Technician to be located in Macon, GA. The Treatment Plant Technician will be responsible for the proper operation and maintenance of the wastewater treatment plant based on analytical testing and operational knowledge and will also create and maintain records/reports to ensure compliance with all State and Federal regulations.
Key Responsibilities of the Treatment Plant Technician:
Managing analytic Testing: MLSS, TSS, DO, COD, pH, Ammonia Nitrogen, Nitrate Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and others as needed to ensure proper control
Operating belt press and dump truck and maintaining clarifiers
Communicating potential problems to the Forming Operations and Fabrication
Working with Maintenance Department to plan and execute both emergency and preventative maintenance needs
Handling storm water testing and management, spill reaction and control measures, environmental and safety audits and other related functions.
Required Qualifications for the Treatment Plant Technician:
High School Diploma
Training as a Class 1, 2 or 3 WWTP Operator with substantial hands on management of a WWTP
3 years of experience operating municipal systems or industrial systems
Experience with Microsoft Word and Excel
Ability to rotate to 1st, 2nd and 3rd shift, seven days per week
Desired Qualifications for the Treatment Plant Technician:
- Class I License with work experience in municipal or industrial wastewater plant operations
About the Location (Macon, GA)
Our Macon Plant, one of six Armstrong ceiling plants, employs approximately 435 people working on rotating shifts, 24/7, in the manufacture and shipment of acoustical ceiling tile to Armstrong's customers. Located approximately 85 miles south of Atlanta, the Macon facility has 33 acres under one roof, or 1.5 million square feet of floor space. It is the largest ceiling tile factory in the world. The operations are complex, automated, use the latest modern management technology, and manufacture a wide range of commercial and residential ceiling products.
Macon, also known as the "Cherry Blossom Capital of the World", is in the heart of Georgia and marks a historical crossroads in the south. The city carries with it a rich cultural heritage while creating a strong vision for the future. Macon offers the amenities of a small friendly city with the advantages of a growing community.
Armstrong World Industries, Inc. (AWI) is a global leader in the design and manufacture of innovative commercial and residential ceiling, wall and suspension system solutions. With over 3,700 employees and fiscal 2015 revenues from ceiling operations in excess of $1.2 billion, AWI operates from a global manufacturing network of 24 facilities, including 9 plants dedicated to its WAVE joint venture.
At home, at work, in healthcare facilities, classrooms, stores, or restaurants, Armstrong World Industries offers interior solutions that help to enhance comfort, save time, improve building efficiency and overall performance, and create beautiful spaces.
For more than 150 years, we have built our business on trust and integrity. It set us apart then, and it sets us apart now, along with our ability to collaborate with and innovate for the people we're here to serve – our customers, our shareholders, our communities and our employees.
Standard benefit package offerings: Medical, dental, prescription drugs, life insurance
Long term disability coverage
Vacation and sick time
Product discount programs.
Equal Opportunity Employer: Armstrong World Industries is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disabled/Vets.
Notice to Staffing Agencies, Placement Services, and Professional Recruiters
Armstrong World Industries, Inc. has an internal Staffing Department. Recruiters are hereby specifically directed NOT to contact Armstrong employees directly in an attempt to present candidates.
Armstrong will not accept unsolicited resumes from any source other than directly from a candidate. Any unsolicited resumes sent to Armstrong, including unsolicited resumes sent to an Armstrong mailing address, fax machine or email address, directly to Armstrong employees, or to Armstrong's resume database will be considered Armstrong property. Armstrong will NOT pay a fee for any placement resulting from the receipt of an unsolicited resume. Armstrong will consider any candidate for whom a Recruiter has submitted an unsolicited resume to have been referred by the Recruiter free of any charges or fees.
Armstrong will not pay a fee to any Recruiter that does not have a signed Armstrong contract in place specific to the position for which the resume was submitted.
Recruiting vendor agreements will only be valid if in writing and signed by Armstrong's Corporate Talent Acquisition Manager or his or her designee. No other Armstrong employee is authorized to bind Armstrong to any agreement regarding the placement of candidates by Recruiters. By submitting a candidate to Armstrong, recruiters agree to be bound and comply with this policy.
Utility Systems Operator
Help Duties Summary
About the Position: This position is located at Dworshak Dam and Reservoir, Ahsahka, ID, a multi-purpose hydropower project, with missions that include operation and maintenance of the facility for flood control, hydroelectric power generation, recreation and natural resources management. Dworshak Project has over 50 employees.
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Works as qualified backup Operator, under direction of the Operator-in-Charge, of multiple water systems at a multi-purpose hydropower project.
Cleans and maintains equipment to include pumps, buildings, well houses, reservoirs, and operates water distribution system valves and hydrants to maintain good water quality for the Project and for the public.
Collects a variety of water samples for analysis including bacteriological, pesticides, VOCs, asbestos, lead and copper, phosphates, nitrates and inorganic compounds.
Services and adjusts chlorine feeders, analyzers for chlorine concentration and sodium hypochlorite.
Troubleshoots plant operation and makes necessary routine repairs while on shift.
Disassembles and reassembles plant equipment, making repairs when required.
Operates and maintains sewage treatment plant equipment.
Reacts to process problems, and reacts to the situations where plant effluent does not meet the requirements of the Discharge Monitoring Report.
Records daily logs for wells, pump stations, water production, wastewater influent and effluent parameters, and quality assurance program for the laboratory.
- You may be expected to travel for this position up to 5% of the time.
Job family (Series)
5406 Utility Systems Operating
Help Requirements Conditions of Employment
Appointment may be subject to a suitability or fitness determination, as determined by a completed background investigation.
Pre-employment physical is required.
Must be able to obtain/maintain valid state driver's license.
Must possess Idaho Level II Potable Water license or equivalent and maintain for the duration of employment.
This is a drug testing position which requires a pre-employment drug test and random test for the duration of employment.
Must be able to obtain maintain a wastewater treatment plant operator license.
Position may require employee to wear protective clothing/gear.
Who May Apply: Only applicants who meet one of the employment authority categories below are eligible to apply for this job. You will be asked to identify which category or categories you meet, and to provide documents which prove you meet the category or categories you selected. See Proof of Eligibility for an extensive list of document requirements for all employment authorities.
Current Department of Army Civilian Employees
Current Permanent Department of Defense (DOD) Civilian Employee (non-Army)
Interagency Career Transition Assistance Plan
Military Spouses, under Executive Order (E.O.) 13473
Non-Department of Defense (DoD) Transfer
Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Interchange Agreement Eligible
People with Disabilities, Schedule A
Priority Placement Program (PPP), Program S (Military Spouse) registrant
Veterans Employment Opportunity Act (VEOA) of 1998
Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional; philanthropic; religious; spiritual; community; student; social). You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience.
There is no specific length of training or experience required. However, you must be able to demonstrate, through experience shown in your written application materials that you possess the sufficient knowledge, skills, and abilities to successfully perform the work of this position without more than normal supervision.
Minimum Qualifications (Screen Out Element): Ability to do the work of a(n) UTILITY SYSTEMS OPERATOR without more than normal supervision. Without more than normal supervision, I have performed the majority of the duties of a Utility Systems Operator. As an operator of a drinking Water Treatment Plant, I can operate and maintain wells, filters, valves, pumps, transport lines, reservoirs, and water distribution systems to ensure supply of potable water is maintained. I perform water quality sampling following proper chain of custody procedures. I can perform basic plumbing tasks such as assembling, installing, and repairing pipe sections and locating leaks. My resume reflects current or past experience performing these tasks.
- Failure to meet this Screen Out Element will result in an ineligible rating.
Ability To Do The Work Of The Position Without More Than Normal Supervision
Ability to Interpret Instructions, Specification, etc. (includes blueprint reading)
Dexterity and Safety
Knowledge of Equipment Assembly, Installation, Repair, etc.
Operation of Equipment and Machinery
Technical Practices (theoretical, precise, artistic)
Use of Measuring Instruments
Physical Effort: Exerts heavy physical effort in doing such tasks as frequently lifting and moving objects weighing under 45 pounds unassisted, obtains assistance or uses appropriate equipment or safety devices when lifting and moving heavy objects greater than 45 pounds. Physical dexterity is needed to handle tools and work around machinery or equipment.
Working Conditions: Work is generally performed outdoors in all extremes of weather, in and over water, in wildland vegetation, in flood control and building structures. Hazards include heat, cold, dust, insect bites and stings, injurious vegetation, electric shock, drowning, work around machinery and heavy equipment, noise, vibration, falls from ladders and high work surfaces, and toxic chemicals.Work requires heavy lifting, continuous standing, walking, or stooping in all extremes of weather, including under wet and muddy conditions on steep or uneven terrain. Work requires special care to avoid injuries. Subject to emergency work performed outside of normal duty hours.
Fluids Analysis Technician - 10035
Requistion # : 10035
Position Status: Full Time (40 hrs week)
Shift : 1
Direct Supervisor: Robert C Hall
Start Time : 7:00am
End Time : 4:00pm
Schedule Days : Monday
Pay Grade Range: G - G
Pay Range: $13.46 - $17.36
An entry level lab position where the technician will be mentored and taught all aspects of the lab process to enable them to perform effectively and efficiently to meet client needs for fluid sample results and data.
Ensure current procedures and process controls are followed on a daily basis.
Receive, log, and prepare fluid samples.
Ensure test tubes are racked in proper order corresponding to sample log.
Test samples for contamination, soot, oxidation, nitration and sulfur products.
Analyze large particles found in oil.
Perform constant temp viscosity tests.
Learn and understand ISO standards as they relate to the lab and assist as needed with ISO certification.
Maintain and ensure that all housekeeping and contamination control procedures implemented are followed.
Actively participate and aid others in projects assigned.
Work safely at all times. Adhere to all applicable safety policies. Comply with all company policies, procedures and standards.
Advise team leader on low material stock levels.
Prepare and ship sampling materials and supplies to customers and/or vendors.
Maintain customer data, files, and reports utilizing computer systems.
Maintain a current training list and work with leader to accomplish training requirements, wants/needs.
Must accomplish training and serve as a Green Belt in support of Empire's Six Sigma program.
Work within and promote corporate values.
Knowledge Skills and Abilities:
Knowledge of instrumentation and data processing procedures and ability to keep equipment updated to the latest standards.
Ability to work cooperatively and communicate effectively with others.
Ability to learn, retain and implement information.
Must be able to meet all safety requirements for applicable safety policies and use of all required safety equipment.
Must have acceptable attendance to meet all company standards and requirements.
Education and Experience:
Proof of high school diploma or General Education Degree (GED).
Prior fluids lab experience preferred.
Prior experience in the equipment industry preferred but not required.
Must be able to communicate (speak, read, comprehend, write) in English.
The Physical Demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands, talk and hear.
The employee frequently is required to stand, walk, taste/smell and reach outward.
The employee is occasionally required to sit, reach above shoulders, climb, crawl, squat, kneel and bend.
The employee must lift and/or move up to 50 lbs.
Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and abliity to adjust focus.
This position is designated as a "Safety-Sensitive Position". A Safety-Sensitive Position includes tasks or duties that EMPIRE in good faith believes could affect the safety or health of the employee performing the task or others.
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly exposed to oils, coolants, fuels and other chemicals.
The employee is frequently exposed to smells and fumes associated with processes.
The employee is occasionally exposed to mechanical parts; high, precarious places and outside weather conditions.
The noise level in the work environment is low to moderate.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified. The roles and objectives of this job do not include setting corporate policy, and does not constitute a managing agent of the company.
Empire is committed to working with and providing reasonable accommodation to individuals with disabilities. If, because of a medical condition or disability, you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the employment process, please call 480-633-5440 and let us know the nature of your request and your contact information.
Empire Southwest is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer
Nearest Major Market: Phoenix
Job Segment: Technician, Instrumentation, Technology, Engineering, Entry Level
Adjunct – Organic Chemistry II Lab – Traditional Campus – College Of Science, Engineering And Technology
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Make a Difference at Grand Canyon University
Shape the bright futures of Grand Canyon University students as an adjunct faculty member for the traditional ground campus in the College of Science, Engineering and Technology . Through hands-on, inquiry-based learning, the college provides an outlet for innovation and cross-disciplinary exposure. It also features pre-professional degrees in biology, alongside our degrees in information systems, and a forensic science and exercise science program.
As an adjunct faculty member, you'll provide program instruction incorporating innovative teaching methodologies, cutting-edge technologies and other industry trends reflecting advancements in your discipline. If you are highly motivated and passionate about teaching exceptional quality instruction in modern facilities with smaller class sizes, we'd like to hear from you.
Course Description - CHM-232L - Organic Chemistry II Lab:
- The laboratory section of CHM-232 supports and extends principles learned in the lecture course. Students carry out various organic syntheses using techniques taught in CHM-231.
The experiments include preparation of an alkene from an alcohol, a Grignard reaction, preparation of cinnamaldehyde, nitration of methyl benzoate, synthesis of N-Methyl Prozac, an Aldol reaction, Benzimidizole synthesis, and a Diazonium coupling reaction. Prerequisites: CHM-231 and CHM-231L. Co-requisite: CHM-232.
Responsibilities include equipping students with the required skill set, facilitating classroom discussions, assessing student performance and preparing students to be successful leaders in their chosen profession. Other main responsibilities include the following:
- Provide a positive example to students by supporting the University's Doctrinal Statement, Ethical Position Statement and Mission of Grand Canyon University.
- Minimum: Masters in a Chemical Science with organic chemistry specialization.
Exceptions may be granted to individuals possessing a Masters in any field as long as they meet two or more Exceptional Expertise criteria. Preference given to individuals with a Doctorate.
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Process Development Group Leader
As a key member of the A6 R&D ProcessTechnology team, the Process Development Group Leader will provide leadershipand technical direction to support the technology and business/operationsstrategy. This includes the development of process improvement ideas andshepherding the projects through A6's Stage-Gate portfolio management process. The Process Development Technology Leader will play a key role in integrationand coordination of critical process technology resources in deliveringtargeted benefits and results to the A6 business contribution margin by workingclosely with members of the polyamide and small molecule chemistry groups,application technology, and commercial teams.
Develop and grow acapable process development technology team who can deliver a pipeline of valuegeneration projects
Drive right first-time scale-up ofnew process technology
Lead the processtechnology growth and improvement programs to include execution of definedplans to deliver results
Define processchemistry and unit operations for new processes for new and existing products
Develop process datafor scale-up and plant design
Basic understanding ofchemistry and chemical engineering
Scope, design andbuild small scale process equipment in labs and pilot plants
Process developmentand piloting of Chemical Intermediates, Ammonium Sulfate and Resins
Responsible fordefinition of technology (process technology data packages), includingpreliminary design creation
Preliminary processmodeling and simulation
Interacts withpolyamide chemistry, small molecule chemistry and applications technologygroups
Knowledgeable inprocess economics
HSE to ensure inherentsafe designs
Maintain ownership ofprocess technology projects portfolio from idea generations through validationstages in the Stage-Gate model to ensure that business decisions are being madein a timely manner
Maintain and improvethe technology development process in an opportunistic environment
Lead, mentor anddevelop process technology team members
IP creation and FTPinput
- Bachelor's degree inChemistry or Chemical Engineering
- 7 + years of chemicalsor petro-chemicals R&D experience
- 2 + years of directteam supervision or R&D administrative project leadership experience
Ideal candidate has MSor PhD in Chemical Engineering
Excellent written andverbal communication skills required
Ability to lead andcollaborate with cross-functional teams
Assertive,results-oriented leader with the ability to collaborate acrossmulti-disciplinary teams in a fast paced, results oriented matrix organization
Ability to understandbusiness financials and prioritize technology programs to drive businessprofitability
Ability to gathercompetitive intelligence especially on competitor's production process andproducts
Strategic thinker withstrong problem solving skills
Ability to integrateand influence across multiple functions within the organization to deliverresults
Demonstrated abilityto effectively lead teams to deliver results via multiple complex technicalprograms
Demonstrated processdevelopment experience with design for Six Sigma experience a plus
AdvanSix is an equal opportunity employer.Qualified applicants will be considered without regard to age, race, creed,color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, affectional or sexualorientation, gender identity or expression, disability, nationality, sex,religion, or veteran status.
New Trainee Chemical Operator
AdvanSix has an immediate opening for a Chemical Operator with our Hopewell, VA facility. If you enjoy working in a fast paced environment, which is dedicated to; safety, team work and producing a quality product, this will be an excellent opportunity for you.
AdvanSix manufactures a wide variety of intermediate products, including nylon feedstock Caprolactam, nylon resin, ammonium sulfate fertilizers, and specialty polymers, as well as carbon dioxide, sulfuric acid and anhydrous ammonia. Caprolactam and Chemical Intermediates – AdvanSIx makes Caprolactam to produce textile, carpet and industrial fibers, as well as engineered plastics and specialty films. Nadone Cyclohexanone is produced to exacting standards for internal consumption as well as for merchant sale. Naxol cyclohexanol is ideal for use in the production of cyclohexylamine and nylon as well as agricultural products, rubber chemicals, plasticizers and solvent applications. Aegis Nylon Resin – AdvanSix develops and manufactures Aegis nylon resins for demanding applications in flexible packaging and injection molding. Aegis nylon packaging resins are available in a wide array of configurations. Aegis nylon 6 resins can be found in a wide array of applications, including food packaging, consumer packaging, and injection molding.
The Chemical Operator role is within the Hopewell facility in various operating units producing key raw material for the overall Hopewell facility. This position is in a stable work environment which has plenty of work including the opportunity to grow your career with increasing responsibility.
These roles cover operating initially in field role (with progression to control room based role). The position works a 12 hour rotating shift schedule. The job requires the individual to work in adverse weather conditions (cold, hot, humid, rain, snow, etc.).
Adhere to standard work and standard operating procedures to ensure unit safety, quality and production goals are met.
Responsible to take and interpret readings on various equipment assessing any variation to standard troubleshooting and taking action to redress and bring process back to standard.
- Minimum high school diploma or equivalent.
- 2 yrs minimum experience in an industrial/manufacturing and/or chemical plant industry
1 yr Chemical operations background/experience is strongly preferred
Ability to work on a 12 hour rotating shift schedule
Ability to work in a team environment
Ability to operate a fork truck
Ability to perform the physical labor associated with the job
Possess a strong work ethic and initiative to learn processes
Ability to work at elevated heights - greater than 50 feet
Comfortable entering and working in confined spaces
Demonstrated ability to deliver a safe work space based on following standard work
Demonstrated ability to troubleshoot and take corrective action within an industrial setting
Advanced troubleshooting skills
The ability to handle and work with highly hazardous chemical intermediates
Ability to wear and work in full body PPE (personal protection equipment) which includes acid suit (acid jacket & acid pants) – full face respirator & hood
Ability Load and unload bulk liquid chemical trucks and rail cars
Demonstrated ability to communicate through multiple layers of an organization.
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