Catalyst Operator Chief Job Description Sample
SCA Chief Water/Wastewater Operator
Responsible for all activities involving the operations and maintenance and repair of the water distribution and wastewater collection system. Limited supervisory responsibilities for General Maintenance Workers, contractors, technicians, and laborers. Reports to and works under the general direction of the General Manager or Senior Operations Supervisor.Key Accountabilities: * The position requires someone with the ability to build positive relationships and work effectively with diverse groups, with a strong commitment to ethical practices, diversity, equality, and inclusion * Prepares, reviews, evaluates, revises, establishes, repair and maintenance plans. Implements American Water policies and procedures. Applies water distribution and the wastewater collection system operation plans resulting in Safe, Compliant, Reliable, and Profitable operations * Directs the day-to-day activities and schedules staff activities. Participates in the review and evaluation of staff performance, related to water and wastewater systems operations. Follows company discipline policy when needed * Follows and implements Company's Environmental, Health, and Safety Policies * Implements and fosters the coaching and development of employees, including brainstorming innovative operational ideas. * Performs work on water distribution system and wastewater collection system. Maintains work records and preventative maintenance records and prepares various reports as assigned. * Participates in the preparation of Capital and Operations and Maintenance Budgets. Reviews and approves limited expenditures. * Performs other related functions assigned or as they become apparent.Knowledge/
* Ability to plan, coordinate, and supervise the work of employees. * General knowledge of MS Office products, MS Word and Excel, and be able to learn the use of new software with training assistance. CMMS Lucity or Hach WIMS a plus * Ability to plan and present safety training to employees. * Employee may be required to work extended hours and maintain on-call assignments. There will be some weekend, holiday, and overtime work as needed. * Equipment Operator- Backhoe, skid steer, Jet Truck, etc. * Extensive knowledge of the objectives, equipment, and operations of water distribution and wastewater collection systems. * Extensive knowledge of methods and materials of water and wastewater system construction and maintenance. * Thorough knowledge of the layout, location and equipment characteristics of water and wastewater systems. * Knowledge of state and federal environmental regulations for areas of responsibilityEducation/Experience: * Must possess a high school diploma or GED, at least five (5) years progressively responsible experience in supervision of operations, maintenance and administration of water and/or wastewater systems or treatment. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted for experience. * Associate Degree a plusLicenses/Certifications: * Possession of KDHE or ABC certification in water treatment IV and or wastewater treatment III or the ability to obtain within 12 months. Must possess or have the ability to obtain a valid KS state CDL driver's licenseWork Environment: Employee may be required to work indoor or outdoor work during seasonal heat and cold or other adverse weather conditions. Employee may be required to work where regularly they may be exposed to fumes, dust and odors.Travel
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Founded in 1886, American Water is the largest and most geographically diverse publicly traded U.S. water and wastewater utility company. With headquarters in Voorhees, N.J., the company employs 7,200 dedicated professionals who provide regulated and market-based drinking water, wastewater and other related services to an estimated 15 million people in 46 states and Ontario, Canada. To learn more about American Water and additional career opportunities, visit www.amwater.com.
THIS POSITION REQUIRES LIVING IN, OR THE ABILITY TO MOVE TO, AN AREA WITHIN COMMUTING DISTANCE FROM OUR FACILITIES IN ORDER TO RESPOND TO EMERGENCIES WITHIN 30 MINUTES.
Under general supervision of the Project Manager, the position is responsible for providing water utility services to customers in E. Palo Alto and ensuring that the water distribution and treatment facilities meet the regulated requirements from the state of CA.
Operates a Ground Water well and all associated equipment including iron and manganese removal systems. Works on blending well water with purchased water, makes corrections to treatment process as needed, and add required chemicals for disinfection and fluoride. Takes samples and Collects and Records all relevant data for further processing and submitting to different authorities.
Read /Investigate/ Re-Read residential / commercial water meters manually as well as using a Hand Held device. The job involves walking, lifting, bending, removing mud and debris from the meter box, cleaning the glass and accurately recording the readings as needed.
Collect water samples on a weekly or as required basis from various sampling stations including residential locations. Job includes packing the samples in a cooler using ice packs and preparing for courier delivery or delivering to the lab.
Cleaning Pressure Reducing valves at the inlet tie-ins on a weekly or as needed basis and making sure that the system is operating normally and the water pressure is maintained.
Attend to customer requests to Turn Off and Turn On water supply based on Service orders or verbal instruction from office staff.
Exercise Valves, Fire Hydrants and attend to complaints related to water distribution system and quality. Fix / replace water meters, leaks and do minor repairs to the distribution system.
Mark locations of underground water mains, distribution lines, valves etc. for USA tickets by accurately reading system maps. Inform Project Manager of any physical changes noticed during field operations so that the system maps can be corrected.
As an On Call Operator, attend to emergency calls from the afterhours answering services, respond to the emergency as quickly as possible, and take further precautionary actions like shutting off Fire Hydrants or System Vales, etc., by verifying the exact locations. Coordinate and supervise the repair activities of contractor personnel in repairing the system, restoring water services to customers and complete the associated paper work.
Operate company vehicles, accessories and small tools as part of the treatment and field operations and do the necessary paperwork accurately and precisely using a computer.
Support the office staff in case of emergency by providing customer service at the windows.
Any other duties assigned from time to time by the management for the smooth operations of the system
Knowledge and training in industry Standard Safety Procedures and ability to lift up to 70 lbs. if needed.
Basic knowledge and training about SCADA, Auto-dialer etc.
Related knowledge or experience in plumbing, computer skills as they relate to uploading/downloading meter reading data, compiling process records, proper sampling techniques, and reading system maps.
High School Diploma, GED or equivalent.
4 or more years of water utility experience in a similar role.
Should have water treatment and distribution experience and customer service skills.
Should be able to communicate effectively with team members and the public.
Experience in managing the work of a small crew and providing directions as and when necessary.
Licenses/Certifications: California Water Dist. Operator Grade D3 and Water treatment Operator T2 or higher licenses at the time of hire.
- As an Operator, weekend /holiday /overtime work may be required in case of necessity.
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Director, UNC Catalyst For Rare Diseases
The UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy is recruiting a full time Director of the UNC Catalyst for Rare Diseases (UNC Catalyst), who will have a fixed-term faculty appointment in the School. The UNC Catalyst has been created through a grant from the UNC Eshelman Institute for Innovation (unceii.org) to enable rare disease groups to progress from knowledge of their genetic disorder to a more complete understanding of the disease mechanism and, ultimately, to therapeutic intervention.
The distinguishing feature of the UNC Catalyst is its openness: rare disease patient groups will have real time access to the knowledge base and the entire research output, which will be placed in the public domain for the benefit of the scientific community and rare disease patients. The UNC Catalyst operates as a dedicated wet lab and informatics hub for a broad network of patient groups and rare disease foundations. The UNC Catalyst has partnered with both Genetic Alliance (GA) to work with their network of more than 1200 rare disease foundations and patient groups and with the Structural Genomics Consortium (SGC) and its collaborative network to generate proteins, antibodies, cell lines and assays as biological tools, which will lead to the generation of chemical probes.
The UNC Catalyst will also train post-doctoral fellows who will be charged with studying specific rare diseases. The director will be responsible for leading and growing the UNC Catalyst. Specific responsibilities include:
Oversight of the scientific and laboratory operations, personnel and budget Recruitment and training of post-doctoral fellows as rare disease expert scientists Working closely with strategic partners: the Genetic Alliance and Structural Genomics Consortium Building effective partnerships with disease foundations, patient groups and UNC faculty that include development of research plans, and implementation of scientific collaborations Securing additional extramural support in the form of competitive research grants, contracts, and gifts to ensure sustainability and growth of Catalyst operations Communicating the latest advances and Catalyst accomplishments to the disease community in lay terms Identifying options for new treatment approaches and translation into potential opportunities for drug discovery The UNC Catalyst resides in the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy (www.phamacy.unc.edu), The UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy is the number one pharmacy school as ranked by U.S. News & World Report in the 2017 edition of Americas Best Graduate Schools and is a nationally recognized leader in progressive pharmaceutical care practice, education, and research. Over the past twenty-five years, the School has built a reputation for cutting edge research, rigorous programs, and outstanding faculty, staff, and students.
Our unique environment has inspired a number of collaborative centers that provide faculty and students with access to sophisticated equipment and numerous opportunities for interdisciplinary research. Our mission is to advance health care through innovation and collaboration in pharmacy practice, education, research, and public service. Our vision is to be the preeminent school of pharmacy where leaders in practice, education, and research are developed and nurtured.
A minimum of 10 years of experience as a senior subject matter expert whose contribution to teaching, research, or service upon joining the University community has its foundation in a prior career of distinguished achievement in the area of industrial or academic drug discovery and development. A successful candidate will have experience with characterization of molecular targets using cell and molecular biology, experience with building collaborations with external partners, outstanding communication skills with scientific and lay audiences, and experience with leading an independent research group. Preference will be given to a candidate with prior experience of research in rare diseases. A demonstrated track record of grant writing and securing independent funding is highly desired.Graduate degree in biology, chemistry, biochemistry, genetics, pharmaceutical sciences or a related field of health sciences.
Chief Operator - Brockton
Veolia is the largest sustainable environmental solutions organization globally. With over 163,000 employees worldwide, we specialize in water, waste and energy management
Must hold a Grade 6 or 7 MA Wastewater License
Provides technical direction in the laboratory; performs laboratory and field chemical and biological analyses of materials; and researches, sets up, and carries out testing programs. Coordinates and performs sampling and inspections as IPP Coordinator.
Operates equipment manually and through instrument panels, computer terminals, and programmable logic control units in an assigned area.
Performs field tests (chemical, physical and biological) in order to pace chemical dosages for process and odor control units or alter unit processes.
Monitors and observes operating conditions, and records observations and data in area shift log; diagnoses basic operational problems, and takes corrective action; and communicates status, changes, and abnormalities in operating areas.
Follows process control procedures for assigned areas; verifies and reports suspected malfunctions and variances to supervisor.
Prepares chemical solutions, and monitors process chemical supplies and recommends reorder.
Samples water, wastewater, sludge, and gases according to schedule; and services automatic samplers.
Performs routine lab tests and routine instrument calibration for portable meters.
Performs minor maintenance including routine preventive maintenance, lubrication, and minor adjustments; and performs basic troubleshooting of equipment, recommends solutions and, where appropriate, fills out work orders.
Operates vehicles for plant operational purposes.
Provides on-the-job training for Operator in Training and Operator I & II in operational, maintenance, and safety duties as required.
Assures work is performed in a safe and professional manner by following established safety, operating, and emergency response procedures.
Performs cleanup and housekeeping tasks for work area, tools, equipment, facilities, and grounds.
Performs the duties of Operator Supervisor and related duties as needed.
Performs the duties of Laboratory Technician I as needed, and assists with computer input
High School education or equivalent with the ability to communicate effectively in writing and orally (operational, process, safety and quality instructions). Must have the ability to perform basic math equations. Associate's degree in a science or technical area strongly preferred..
Requires knowledge of hazardous chemicals and materials used in the laboratory; of the care and maintenance of laboratory equipment including the ability to test equipment to ensure quality standards; with a thorough working knowledge of laboratory safety standards, procedures, and techniques.
Must possess a valid driver's license and a safe driving record if performing field work.
sitting (5%), and bending (5%).
Body movements require working with hands extended in front of body 18 inches (60%).
Must be able to lift and move up to 50 pounds.
Works in air-conditioned office/professional environment with normal noise levels.
Must be able to pass a drug screen and criminal background check.
Must have min 5 years' experience in a Wastewater Facility
Must hold a Grade 6 or 7 MA Wastewater Lic
Requires well-developed reading, math, writing, scientific, and verbal communications
Heterogeneous Catalyst Specialist
We are seeking a Heterogeneous Catalyst Specialist to join the Chemicals Division of the Research & Development Center (R&DC). The R&DC has been in the process of establishing a High Throughput Research Center (HTRC) to support the accelerating of the development timeline of in-house catalytic technologies, mainly in the area of chemicals. The HTRC facility requires essential competencies and knowledge in the area of heterogeneous catalyst design and optimization, along with supporting skills such as the design of experiments, advanced statistical data modeling, and scale-up methodologies.
You will have established credentials in the optimization of heterogeneous catalytic technologies leading to successful commercialization. You will have strong skills in the areas of the design of experiments and statistical data modeling. You will also be a key driver of the in-house HTRC effort and a primary contributor to its success. Minimum Requirements As the successful candidate, you will hold a master's or doctoral degree in Chemical Engineering or Chemistry from a recognized and approved program.
You will have a minimum of 10 years of experience in heterogeneous catalysis, including at least 5 years dealing with high throughput experimentation workflows.
You should have a strong and proven background in catalyst chemistry and experimental design, and the scaling-up of new process, related to the petrochemical area. You will have experience in employing high throughput experimentation for rapid heterogeneous catalyst design and optimization. You should have a solid hands-on experience of, and knowledge in, designing, synthesizing, characterizing, and evaluating heterogeneous catalysts for petrochemical application. You will have the ability to identify technical challenges and business opportunities in the petrochemical area, as well as a proven record for proposing patentable ideas and integrating ideas into business. You should have hands-on experience and knowledge in lab operations and in operating/assessing/optimizing catalytic reactors. Good experience and knowledge in scaling-up petrochemical processes and catalysts from lab to demonstration scale are also required. Duties & Responsibilities You will be required to perform the following:
Lead and efficiently manage research and development projects related to the petrochemical area, to meet objectives, timelines, and budgets.
Develop and manage technologies from concept to production within a short timespan, and oversee catalyst development using a high throughput research workflow.
Supervise and provide technical leadership to a team of scientists and engineers, and be responsible for their training and development.
Perform economic evaluation and rigorous financial modeling/analysis, to identify value creation opportunities that align with the Company's strategic objectives.
Organize and lead teams for specific projects, and task, manage, and handle discussions with internal and external project reviews.
Author technical reports, papers, and generate patent applications as appropriate. Auto req ID 16366BR
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Event Producer & Community Catalyst // Boston
DAYBREAKER IS CREATING AN ENTIRELY NEW GENRE OF EXPERIENCE. We are dancers, artists, producers, musicians, poets, community builders and curators who produce events that bring local and global communities together in ways they never have before. Our experiences allow guests to express themselves through movement and dance, connect authentically, get sweaty, be creative, get inspired, and start their day off with energy and intention.
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THE ROLE //
As a member of the Daybreaker team, you will be welcomed into our global family of epic humans, dedicated to spreading love and mischief around the world. We like to think of each Daybreaker event as a "love bomb" that explodes onto the city as the sun rises, and inspiring people to live with positivity, opens,shift their perspective.
As a Daybreaker Event Producer & Community Catalyst (we'll call you a "Producer" for short), you are the face of Daybreaker in your city! That means you will be the face of Daybreaker in your city, responsible for building an engaged and passionate community, producing mind-blowing experiences, and promoting the events to relevant audiences. You will be supported by the hardworking Daybreaker HQ team, who will coach and train you to be the best Producer you can be. We’ll provide you with the skeleton of what you need to produce Daybreaker events, grow your community, and uphold the global brand. It’s up to you to bring the hustle, passion, and creative zeal to create unique and refreshing events that participants will love. You'll be in charge of finding venues, sourcing talent and performers, cultivating a volunteer production team, coordinating with vendors and sponsors, creating local partnerships, and producing monthly events. We’ll provide marketing, communications, operations, branding, sponsorship, financing, and PR support so that you can concentrate on creating experiences that participants will never forget.
This is a paid part-time role, approximately 10 hours per week.
The ideal Producer should live a healthy, conscious lifestyle. You should have a big heart and love dance music. You should be detailed and hard-working — a savvy and competent professional. You should be active in the startup/tech industry, the health & wellness world, and/or local arts & culture community. You should have a big network of millennials you can tap into, already be leader in your community, and know how to produce a great event start-to-finish that immerses people and transcends the commonplace. Ideally (but not required), you are a Burning Man participant. :)
YOU'LL NEED //
+ An entrepreneurial mindset and independent approach to your work — you should be an organized self-starter
+ Several years of large-scale event production experience
+ A strong network of influencers, creatives, doers and people who say YES to amazing experiences
+ Phenomenal community-building background — you should be a natural organizer of people
+ Cultural savvy in your city — you should be plugged into the local arts + music scene in your city to know what's cool and who's talented
+ A flexible schedule
+ A big heart, a clear mind, and a voracious appetite for all things that surprise and delight
+ Insights and hands-on coaching on experience design, event production, brand management, and community development -- all best practices that have grown Daybreaker into a global movement
+ Access to a global network of artists, DJs, and musicians who are excited to participate and add to the experience
+ Collaborate with an international community of amazing Producers committed to the Daybreaker movement and creating unique experiences around the world — you can consider these folks your new global family
+ Monthly strategy sessions with Daybreaker co-founders and serial social entrepreneurs Radha Agrawal and Matthew Brimer
+ Invitations to exclusive events such as art exhibitions, underground dance parties, startup mixers, family dinners, and mindful experiences
+ Local and global support from our PR team, who has landed Daybreaker major features in leading publications like The New York Times, GQ, and The Washington Post.
If this sounds like your dream job, and you're serious about the role, then we would love to receive your application. We're excited to chat with you!
Syngenta is a leading agriculture company helping to improve global food security by enabling millions of farmers to make better use of available resources. Through world class science and innovative crop solutions, our 28,000 people in over 90 countries are working to transform how crops are grown. We are committed to rescuing land from degradation, enhancing biodiversity and revitalizing rural communities.
About this Job:
Provide leadership on training and coaching strategies for digital transformation.
Responsible for the development of a Digital Transformation training curriculum
Responsible for training regional trainers on the developed curriculum
This role will work across a matrix organization leveraging Syngenta learning and capability standards for local adaptation
This role will require strong skills in leading change and transformation. Help challenge our status quo and introduce new technologies into the DA space
This role will require support to digital transformation training for the larger organization but also to support specific deployments/launches of digital tools in different regions and support the success with internal and external sales teams creating field force effectiveness
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
To create and support a learning environment throughout the global regions adopting digital tools that encourages people to develop themselves and each other
Assesses, designs, develops, implements and evaluates training programs for digital transformation and digital product launches utilizing appropriate internal and external resources Train the regional trainers
Engage with stakeholders across a matrix organization
Drive digital transformation and sales force training to trainers at the regional level
Active member of the Global Digital Ag team
Work closely with the Digital Ag Commercial Lead on the needs for new trainnning deployments worldwide
Experience creating or co-create curriculums for corporate transformation
Training, Development, and Facilitation Experience is a must
Deep understanding of Syngenta's culture
At least 10 years of training and FFE
Experience in Organizational Learning, experienced in assessing Training
Additional Knowledge, Skills, Traits & Abilities:
- All applicants must be eligible to work in the US
- This position requires the ability to travel internationally up to 60%
Syngenta is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate in recruitment, hiring, training, promotion or any other employment practices for reasons of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, marital or veteran status, disability, or any other legally protected status.
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Project Catalyst - Change Management Program Lead - Chicago
Change Management Program Lead
Req #: 180047128
Location: Chicago, IL,US
Job Category: Project Management
Change Management Program Lead
Project Catalyst is one of five major initiatives supporting the Commercial Bank transformation agenda. The goal of this sales enablement effort is to deliver new technologies, data, and business processes to help our bankers optimize sales efforts and deliver a better overall experience to our clients.
The Change Management lead is responsible for the creation and management of the organization's change capability that will provide strategic guidance and support this transformation initiative. This role will seek to define the change operating framework, processes and capabilities to successfully deliver change and adoption strategies in support of this initiative. This role requires a combination of expertise in key areas of change management including stakeholder alignment, communication, training and change measurement along with extensive experience in managing complex change initiatives and teams.
Create the specific change management centre of expertise including the framework, capabilities and processes
Own and manage multiple change management activities designed to deliver significant business results
Partner across with business and transformation executives to understand and align existing change management processes and capabilities
Conduct impact analysis, assess change readiness and manage key stakeholders
Design and lead team of staff, key partners, peers, and executives to deploy readiness plans inclusive of communication, training, procedure, risk/controls, and cross-LOB initiative considerations
Integrate effective change management methods to drive user adoption
Trusted advisor in the execution of the transformational roadmap, effectively collaborating with leadership and key partners assess change impacts, define and deploy change readiness strategies and deliverables
Understand and evaluate new change and transformation initiatives and manage the program portfolio
Create and manage a team of change professionals that will be deployed to support projects
Evaluate on going change trends and capabilities in the market to incorporate new ideas and strategies into the organization
Final Job Code and Officer title will be determined at time of offer and may differ from this posting.
8- 10 years of extensive change management experience working with complex transformation initiatives
Deep knowledge and expertise in the core areas of organization change management: sponsorship, communication, training, measurement, adoption strategy
Strong executive presence and interpersonal skills including the ability to act as a vocal change advocate, leader and sponsor
Knowledge and experience with core project methods, ex. PMP, technology / testing strategy
Banking & Financial Services industry experience including Commercial Banking
Travel may be up to 25%
Director, Digital Catalyst & Operations - Rare Diseases
The Director will be responsible for working with the xRD brand teams to identify strategies and tactics that will drive value for our brands across multiple digital platforms and approaches. This would include working with the multichannel engagement and real world evidence teams as well as identifying external digital opportunities with BD that would continue to keep Sanofi-Genzyme as the leader in rare diseases. The role is pivotal as being the key connection between the needs of the brand teams, both globally and regionally, and the dedicated digital functions and groups in Sanofi. At times this will mean leading programs, other times taking direction and guidance from these groups for strategies and tactics that can be rolled out at the global brand level.
The Rare Diseases Digital Catalyst and Operations Director responsibilities are to:
Act as the digital cross-brand champion for the Global Rare Diseases team;
The Director will work closely with all xRD brand teams to identify and execute critical projects and activities leading to successful marketing campaigns. This position requires having in-depth knowledge of the strategic direction of all our rare disease brands, then working with broader Sanofi- Genzyme digital organizations to identify opportunities to support the brands.
It is not a digital strategy 'pontification' role. The individual must have demonstrated the ability to work with teams to design initiatives that will clearly support brands, but just as critically, have worked with cross-functional partners to lead the implementation of these programs. This is a digital strategy, catalyst AND operations role.
Articulate and drive the implementation of multiple strategic digital initiatives at one time, building from the Sanofi global digital strategic platforms. The successful candidate will be highly focused, dedicating her/his time to key initiatives to ensure their success. S/he will have full responsibility for executing these initiatives, but will need to partner across the organization to implement successfully. Specifically, s/he will:
Determine what are the best strategies and tactics for engagement across multiple channels to position Sanofi Genzyme products as leaders in all of our markets
Work with multiple digital teams in Sanofi to determine where there are opportunities to use existing technology or partnerships to achieve these objectives
S/he will on some occasions have full responsibility for executing initiatives, and on other occasions be a contributor, depending on the type of program and which cross-functional partner is leading the program
For 'owned' strategies and tactics s/he will manage and operationalize the project: develop the project plan and track progress against it
Assist where needed in other broader strategic and operations roles in the Global Rare Diseases group that may not be directly related to digital channels.
Coordinate rollout of multichannel engagement in rare diseases.
Lead other rare disease specific digital initiatives such as therapy area specific innovation challenges, patient recruitment for clinical trials (in conjunction with medical), websites, mobile apps, wearables.
Strong academic background- advanced degree preferred.
10+ years of previous experience in a digital healthcare agency, biotech or pharma company working on digital projects and at the brand therapeutic area level
A "getting things done" mentality: a proven executor with outstanding project management and operational skills
Distinctive people skills. Able to work effectively in a highly matrixed, multi-cultural, global organization
A sincere passion for building digital capabilities and alignment: a strong educator and digital evangelist
Must be digitally savvy but also have an excellent understanding of all marketing channels and how to best position products in highly competitive markets.
Understand the overall approach to building digital assets such as websites, mobile apps, social media campaigns, multichannel engagement plans
Demonstrates an in-depth knowledge and continually maintains/strengthens understanding of brands and businesses
Expresses industry knowledge and digital acumen
Conducts efficient analyses and draws insights in a short period of time
Manages effectively certain projects with minimum input from Head of Franchise Operations
Communicates effectively with external and internal partners
Serves as role model and mentor on digital strategy
Ability to lead and challenge multifunctional teams
Able to work self-supported (able to produce documents independently, with low level supervision)
Ability to prepare and deliver presentations to upper management
Ability to champion strategic change initiatives and promote innovation
Understands the impact of change and effectively implements new approaches
Conflict resolution, and ability to facilitate decision-making
Proficiency in Excel and PowerPoint
Serves as role model and mentor on digital strategy
Brand management experience
Experience in managing vendors and external business partners
Genzyme Corporation (a Sanofi company) and its U.S. affiliates are Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employers committed to a culturally diverse workforce. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race; color; creed; religion; national origin; age; ancestry; nationality; marital, domestic partnership or civil union status; sex, gender, gender identity or expression; affectional or sexual orientation; disability; veteran or military status or liability for military status; domestic violence victim status; atypical cellular or blood trait; genetic information (including the refusal to submit to genetic testing) or any other characteristic protected by law.
Sanofi is dedicated to supporting people through their health challenges. We are a global biopharmaceutical company focused on human health. We prevent illness with vaccines, provide innovative treatments to fight pain and ease suffering. We stand by the few who suffer from rare diseases and the millions with long-term chronic conditions.
With more than 100,000 people in 100 countries, Sanofi is transforming scientific innovation into healthcare solutions around the globe.
Sanofi, Empowering Life
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Lab Catalyst Technician (Huntsville, TX)
JOB PURPOSE: The Lab Catalyst Technician primarily performs the milling & dilution of high value catalyst into designated concentrations. Secondarily, they will be supporting Materia's product & processes experiments in QC.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Prepare catalyst concentrations using milling equipment
The ability to perform self-directed on product quality and process troubleshooting experiments
Responsible for conducting various required tests on polymeric materials, and catalysts including all sample preparations when necessary, in order to ensure all raw materials and products meet stated QC specifications
Knowledge of mechanical testing (UTM testing of polymers and composites), thermal characterization (TGA, DMA, DSC) and experience with method development, sample preparation, and analytical data collection and interpretation is highly preferred
Responsible for conducting inspections on molded parts including visual inspections, customer inspection reports and composing the required electronic correspondence with our client
Operates, maintains, and calibrates/verifies laboratory instruments and equipment used to conduct testing in the Quality Control Laboratory
Performs monthly and quarterly control tests on equipment
Ensure external calibration services are conducted on schedule
Maintain a clean and safe work area, and perform general housekeeping duties in the laboratory
Prepare chemical solutions as directed, prepare polymer samples as directed
Maintains detailed, traceable electronic and written documentation for all work/testing carried out
Assembles data, complies information as necessary to assist in trouble shooting manufacturing issues or documenting process changes
Perform all operations in accordance with OSHA regulations and company-specific health, safety, and environmental rules
Support and adhere to the quality management system processes
Maintain, modify, and write from scratch Standard Operating Procedures
Other duties as assigned
- College course work in chemistry is required.
- BS or BA in Chemistry or other science is preferred
Minimum of (2) year full-time work experience, in an area that has relevance to the position
Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint)
Operating knowledge of: GC, tensile and compression testing, heat deflection temperature, impact strength, Karl Fischer, viscosity, density and reactivity analysis
Basic math skills and use of MS Excel spreadsheets is highly preferred
Familiarization with the use of a microscope is preferred
Attention to detail, cleaning and maintaining the milling equipment is an essential part of this job
Shift work, overtime, and weekends are required when necessary to meet customer demand
Flexibility to be on 2nd and 3rd shifts highly preferred
Somelifting, stooping, pushing, pulling, sitting, standing, and additional activities may be assigned to meet the business
Frequent use of tools, fixtures, and sensitive
Must be physically able to lift a 50-pound object by hand
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