Chemical Reclamation Equipment Operator Job Description Sample
Wastewater Plant Operator (C/D) (Water Reclamation Facility)
Operates wastewater collection and treatment facilities; duties will vary according to job assignment. Monitors gauges, meters, and electronic control panels; records readings and maintains shift log.
Operates pumps, compressors, valves, and other equipment to control and adjust flow and treatment processes according to Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) standards. Observes variations in operating conditions and interprets meter and gauge readings; performs tests to determine processing requirements and reports recommendations to supervisor. Collects samples; performs laboratory tests within the scope of authority; analyzes test results, using approved laboratory methods; reports compliance problems with TCEQ standards.
Maintains plant work areas, tools, and equipment in a safe and orderly condition; performs preventive maintenance and repairs on mechanical and electromechanical equipment; maintains and repairs components; reads and interprets technical manuals. Identifies, recommends, and oversees the regular maintenance, repair, and replacement of Wastewater structures and equipment. Hours: 8:00am to 4:00pm, 8:00am to 8:00pm, 8:00pm to 8:00am, 4:00pm to 12:00am, and 12:00am to 8:00am; as well as working on holidays and weekends.
MINIMUM STANDARDS & ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
High School diploma or GED required AND two years experience in the operation and maintenance of a Wastewater treatment system, preferably with the City of San Angelo; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience. Class C/D Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator license from Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) is required.
Must have Class D license within six months of hire. Must obtain TCEQ Class C & B license within six months after meeting eligibility for the exam. Information about this license can be found at http://www.tceq.texas.gov/licensing/licenses/wwlic.
Principles and practices of Wastewater facilities and equipment maintenance and repair. Principles and methods of maintenance of Wastewater facilities, and servicing requirements of plant machinery and equipment, including SCADA systems. Federal, state, and City safety rules and regulations.
Interpreting and applying technical standards and procedures, state rules and regulations, and City policies and procedures. Reading technical documents and schematics. Ability to perform strenuous labor for extended periods of time; lift 75 lbs.; work a rotating shift in extreme weather conditions, around extreme noise and mechanical, electrical and chemical hazards and other conditions which may be adverse; understand and follow oral and written instructions; withstand constant vibrations from equipment, and climb in and out of trenches.
Must be able to maneuver in uneven and rough terrain. Work is performed at the Wastewater Treatment Plant. A valid driver's license with a good driving record is required.
Job positions are subject to close prior to advertised closing date.
Water Reclamation Facility Operator I, II & III
General Description Benefits Supplemental Questions
The Water Reclamation Facility Operator I, II & III is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the Water Reclamation Facility in the proper treatment of wastewater for the City of Casselberry. In addition, the Water Reclamation Facility Operator I, II & III provides support to lower level Water Reclamation Facility Operator(s) and Trainees on resolving complex problems. The Water Reclamation Facility Operator I, II & III works under the direction of the Water Reclamation Superintendent; performs work independently, with other City Staff, and within established policies and procedures.
Examples of Essential Functions:1.0 Water Reclamation: Implements the operation and maintenance procedures of the Water Reclamation Facility. (95%)
1.1 Understands and implements requirements to comply with the state and federal regulations that allow for the legal and safe operation of a Water reclamation Facility.
1.2 Operates and maintains the Water Reclamation Facility by observing and adjusting the treatment process to maintain state and federal compliance standards.
1.3 Performs basic chemical and/or biological tests (e.g. turbidity, microscopic examination, chlorine, etc...) and follow Standard Operating Procedures for sample acquisition.
1.4 Implements the proper procedures for preparing and maintaining facility operational records for environmental compliance requirements with local, state, regional and federal government agencies.
1.5 Collects accurate data for the submission of time sensitive compliance reports to Superintendent for review.
1.6 Reviews Facility's Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) program and operational trends daily to evaluate operational performance and to identify any potential process adjustments.
1.7 Verifies that chemical levels are within acceptable ranges; makes necessary chemical dosing adjustments.
1.8 Performs Facility inspections and monitors equipment for proper function; including but not limited to motors, pumps, panels, analyzers, blowers, and flowmeters.
1.9 Performs quality checks and documents operational parameters including but not limited to dissolved oxygen levels, disinfection residuals, turbidity and pH.
1.10 Performs preventative maintenance of mechanical equipment; calibrates and repairs equipment, as necessary or assigned.
1.11 Performs tasks to maintain equipment upkeep and optimal function. This may include but is not limited to painting equipment, replacing hosing and/or piping, changing oil, and greasing equipment.
1.12 Performs security audits of buildings and entry points to the Water Reclamation Facility.
1.13 Performs daily plant housekeeping activities including but not limited to hosing plant weirs and clarifiers, cleaning and hosing filters, and maintaining the cleanliness of the facility's operational buildings.
1.14 Provides technical and professional support, guidance and training to other team members, serving as an escalation point.
1.15 Responds timely to requests and work orders.
1.16 Maintains and inspects off-site facilities and storage ponds including but not limited to monitoring wells, valves and signage.
1.17 Adheres to laws, regulations and policies of the City and of the assigned Department. Follows instructions provided by the supervisor, Department Director or their designee.
2.0 Additional Duties and Responsibilities (5%)
2.1 Performs all duties and responsibilities in a manner consistent with the core values of the City, and consistent with City and Department policies.
2.2 Follows safe working practices and has a working knowledge of safety practices and procedures.
2.3 Maintains facility and equipment for cleanliness and ongoing functionality.
2.4 Supervises the transfer of chemicals from delivery to storage and storage to utilization.
2.5 Performs inventory to identify chemical and equipment orders for facility operations.
2.6 Performs after-hours/on-call rotation to respond to emergency events and/or repairs
.2.7 Completes the identified required or assigned training timely and applies acquired knowledge and/or skills.
2.8 Participates in department meetings, staff meetings and other related activities.
3.0 Emergency Management Role
3.1 Participates as a member of the City staff as required to take action in the event of an emergency.
3.2 Acts in the assigned role to support the City in disaster preparation and/or disaster recovery efforts as described in the City of Casselberry Emergency Management Plan, assigned by supervisor or designee. As a member of the Public Works Department, operators may be required to assist in the maintenance and/or clearing of roadways, the operability of City's fleet and prevention or drainage of local or area-wide flooding. In addition, as a member of the Public Works Department, operators may be responsible for the maintaining and/or rapidly restoring the operability of the City's water and sewer systems.(These essential and additional job functions are not to be construed as a complete statement of all duties performed. Employees will be required to perform other job related marginal duties as required.)
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.
A. Education and Training: A High School Diploma or G.E.D. is required.
Water Reclamation Facility Operator I: A minimum of one (1) year experience in Wastewater Treatment is required.
Water Reclamation Facility Operator II: A minimum of three (3) years' experience in Wastewater Treatment is required.
Water Reclamation Facility Operator III: A minimum of five (5) years' experience in Wastewater Treatment is required.
C. Certificates, Licenses and/or Registrations Required:
Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver's license. A Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) check will be made to determine acceptance of past driving record. A Florida Department of Environmental Protection Wastewater Plant Operator License is also required, the following levels correspond to the required licensing:
Water Reclamation Facility Operator I: The required license is a Wastewater Treatment Level C.
Water Reclamation Facility Operator II: The required license is a Wastewater Treatment Level B.
Water Reclamation Facility Operator III: The required license is a Wastewater Treatment Level A.
D. Security Clearance: Florida Department of Law Enforcement background clearance.
E. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Knowledge (basic (I), intermediate (11), or advanced (III) level depending on position) of local, state and federal regulations affecting work.
Knowledge (basic (I), intermediate (II), or advanced (III) level depending on position) of departmental rules, policies and procedures.
Knowledge of safety guidelines for water/wastewater facilities.
Knowledge of safety regulations and practices and the ability to carry out and enforce.
Knowledge of the principles, practices, equipment and methods used in water and wastewater treatment.
Knowledge (basic (I), intermediate (II) or advanced (III) level depending on position) of chemistry and laboratory procedures as applied to water/wastewater treatment.
Knowledge (basic (I), intermediate (II) or advanced (III) level depending on position) of Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) or similar software.
Knowledge of appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to use during performance of work.
Ability to demonstrate safe and appropriate use of PPE during performance of work.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees and the public
.• Ability to operate a motor vehicle. • Ability (basic to intermediate level) to utilize Microsoft Office Suite, e.g. Outlook, Work, and Excel.
Ability to support the mission statement of the City of Casselberry: The City of Casselberry is a community that provides high quality service through dynamic leadership, strategic thinking, prudent resource management, and effective partnerships with its citizens and businesses.
Ability to support the core values of the City of Casselberry
Ability to support the vision of the City of Casselberry of a vibrant, affordable, diverse, and progressive community where citizens feel safe, enjoy their neighborhoods, and access their city government.
Supplemental Information:WORK ENVIRONMENT & PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
The work environment and physical demands described here are representative and not intended to be all-inclusive of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made when requested to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
A. Work Environment:
This position performs the duties in a treatment facility setting. When in the treatment facility setting the noise level in the work environment is very loud. This position is also frequently exposed to various weather conditions, working near moving mechanical parts, working in high, precarious places, fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, working on slippery or uneven surfaces, disease/blood/bodily fluids, excessive or poor lighting and works in or with moving objects/vehicles.
B. Physical Demands:
The primary functions require frequent periods of standing, walking, bending, driving, and using hands to handle or feel. Occasionally this position will be required to sit, push, pull, climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl, and reach with hands and arms. In addition, this position may be required to occasionally lift and carry up to fifty (50) pounds with or without assistance of another person or utilization of lifting equipment. This position is regularly required to use vision, smell, speech and hearing, with or without assistive devices.
C. Equipment/Tools and Technology Used:
This position utilizes the following tools and equipment while performing the duties of the job: City vehicle, computer, printer/peripherals, assorted hand tools, lab equipment (i.e. pH meter, chlorine meter, turbidity meter, microscope, scales, ORP meter, deionized water), in-line operational equipment, auto-samplers, pumps, motors and valve keys.
D. Employee Infection/Exposure Risk Classification:
Category I: Employee is required to perform tasks that involve exposure to blood, bodily fluids or other potentially infectious materials (OPIM). All procedures and other job-related tasks that involve a potential for mucous membrane or skin contact with blood, bodily fluids or OPIM, or that involve a potential for spills or splashes are Category I tasks.
Chemical Vapor Deposition (Cvd) Equipment Engineer
Specific Job Duties: • This position is for an experienced CVD equipment engineer who can act as an individual and team contributor within the SAS 300mm facilities in Austin, TX. • Identify gaps in expected KPI performance for multiple CVD equipment. Develop projects with schedules in order to close gaps.
Produce results that are documented in professional, high quality reports demonstrating current state and desired state of equipment and results of the optimized condition. Conclusions are based on statistical analysis and reported with appropriate graphical representations. • Respond to critical fab events that require containment speed and quick resolution to ensure minimal impact to product. Generate reports (such as 8D) illustrating root cause of incidents, corrective actions and future preventative measures. • Take ownership of challenging and complex problems that require fundamental CVD equipment knowledge.
Participate in task force teams that address fab-wide KPI for yield improvement, defect reduction, OEE improvement, and scrap reduction. Formulate ideas/experiments that can provide conclusions that will reveal a path forward for continuous improvement. • Proficient in the use of Lean and statistical analysis practices. • Provide the expert knowledge and judgment for change point management decisions. • Train and mentor junior engineers and equipment technicians to spread knowledge and improve work efficiency and overall knowledge within group. • Complete routine daily monitoring of processes/equipment performance and take action on trends that demonstrate abnormal behavior. Set the example for maintaining the CVD Team's high quality standards. • Create and update SOPs to standardize work flows and improve working methods. • Support technology node transfers and process spread across tools. • Support cost reduction activities. • The desired candidate will show a high degree of dedication to meeting deadlines while producing quality results. • Must be able to adapt to changing business needs and demonstrate flexibility to change priorities as needed. • Interface with Process Engineers, Equipment Technicians, and Manufacturing on a daily basis to set priorities and update project status and/or impact. • Effective communication especially as priorities and circumstances change. Recognizes communication and task planning/passdowns are critical to maintaining a highly productive and team oriented environment. • Respectfully challenge status quo, assumptions, conclusions or quality standards to ensure correct decisions are being made.
Necessary Skills / Attributes
- BS Engineering - Chem, Chem Engr, EE, Material Science, or Mechanical Engineering• Min 3 - 5+ years of related experience• Knowledge of FDC or data collection systems for the purpose of advanced equipment troubleshooting.• Knowledge of advanced statistical methods. • Basic meeting management skills. • Project management skills.• CVD Equipment Knowledge and Defect troubleshooting experience.• Provides strong defect troubleshooting and particle tracing analysis.• Equipment knowledge and capability on one or more CVD AMAT Producer SE/GT, Lam Express/Extreme/ASM MIR3000/Wonik equipment• Knowledge of process and system improvement is required as part of sustaining and continuous improvement of CVD methods is critical part of Shift Engineering position.• Provides technical leadership within the team. • Communicates technical information to executive leadership outside of the department through presentations.• Creates and evolves Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). • Reduces dynamic production bottlenecks.
Samsung Austin Semiconductor (SAS) is one of the most advanced semiconductor manufacturing facilities in the United States. SAS produces digital LSI logic components for tablets, smart phones, and other mobile devices.
In August, 2012, SAS invested $4 billion to accommodate full System LSI production, bringing our total investment in Austin to more than $17 billion. With 2400 employees and 2.3M square feet of space, SAS is producing a full range of design rule devices. Since 1997, SAS has been at the forefront of manufacturing technology, enabling the world's digital devices to operate at their highest performance.
Chemical Vapor Deposition (Cvd) Equipment Engineer
Req. ID: 103321
As a CVD Equipment Engineer at Micron Technology in Manassas, Virginia, you will develop processes and methods to increase equipment up time, improve output, reduce cost of ownership and improve quality in a rapidly changing environment across a large variety of equipment models. You will be expected to be familiar with and put into practice the best known methods from TPM, Lean, 6S, FMEA, Predictive Maintenance and 6 sigma practices. You must also demonstrate the ability to work best within a team environment and with a high level of attention to customer service. You must be skilled in the latest data analysis techniques and be data driven in all your decisions. You must possess the skills necessary to coach up and mentor a team of equipment technicians that operate in a 24X7 environment.
The selected candidate:
Must have strong mechanical aptitude and ability to demonstrate that.
Must have sound troubleshooting skills, and fluency to work on equipment related issues.
Must be detail oriented and data driven. Track equipment performance and develop Pareto analysis of tool issues. Manage vendor support through documented CIP commitments.
Must possess sound methodology for organizing work, setting priorities and creating a work plan.
Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Must have good interpersonal skills, to help inspire good team work among colleagues and vendor counterparts.
Must be safety conscious, conform to all Micron safety policies, and able to identify potential hazards prior to working on a piece of equipment.
Must be willing to spend a significant amount of time in the fab in a cleanroom environment.
Must be willing to take full ownership and responsibility of a workstation, and drive to be the benchmark
Will lead the effort to reduce costs in the area, and will need to demonstrate initiative, innovation and perseverance in setting up a cost reduction strategy via vendor or 2nd source CIP activities, redesigns, procedure modifications, etc.
Must have strong mechanical aptitude and able to demonstrate that.
Qualified candidates must have:
BS or MS in Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, or Similar Related Engineering required.
We recruit, hire, train, promote, discipline and provide other conditions of employment without regard to a person's race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, pregnancy, veteran's status, or other classifications protected under law. This includes providing reasonable accommodation for team members' disabilities or religious beliefs and practices.
Each manager, supervisor and team member is responsible for carrying out this policy. The EEO Administrator in Human Resources is responsible for administration of this policy. The administrator will monitor compliance and is available to answer any questions on EEO matters.
To request assistance with the application process, please contact Micron's Human Resources Department at 1-800-336-8918 (or 208-368-4748).
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91J Quartermaster And Chemical Equipment Repairer
91J Quartermaster and Chemical Equipment Repairer
Job ID: 917143
Job Views: 1356
Location: HAYWARD, Wisconsin, United States
ZIP Code: 54843
Job Category: Mechanic and Maintenance
Must be between the ages of 17 and 35
Job DescriptionAre you one of those people who just instinctively see how things work? Are you the person people come to when they need to have something looked at or fixed? Put that talent to work in the Army National Guard.
As a Quartermaster and Chemical Equipment Repairer in the Army National Guard, you will build the skills you need for a civilian career while directly supporting the maintenance of chemical decontamination equipment and quartermaster machinery. In order to perform these functions, you will train to maintain laundry and bath equipment, pumps, engines, burners, filter units, and water purification units. Your skills will contribute to maintaining special purpose equipment, decontamination and protective filter systems, smoke generator systems, and chemical electrical systems.
Earn while you learn
Get paid to learn! Join the Guard and you will learn valuable job skills while earning a regular paycheck and qualifying for tuition assistance.
After 10 weeks of Basic Training, where you will learn fundamental Soldiering skills, you will attend approximately 11 weeks of Advanced Individual Training (AIT), which will include a combination of hands-on and classroom training where you will learn marine engine maintenance and repair, as well as internal combustion engine theory and the use and care of hand and power tools.
And as your skills increase, so will your responsibilities. Advanced team members supervise and train other Soldiers within the same discipline.
Requires military enlistment. Applicants must meet minimum qualifications. Actual MOS assignment may depend on MOS availability. Benefits subject to change.
A monthly paycheck
Montgomery GI Bill
Retirement benefits for part-time service
Low-cost life insurance (up to $400,000 in coverage)
401(k)-type savings plan
Student Loan Repayment Program (up to $50,000, for existing loans)
Healthcare Benefits Available
High School Diploma or GED
Must be between the ages of 17 and 35
Must be able to pass a physical exam and meet legal and moral standards
Must meet citizenship requirements (see NATIONALGUARD.com for details)
Most non-prior service candidates will earn between $196.26 and $254.91 per drill weekend.
Programs and benefits are subject to change.
This position may qualify for a bonus, ask your National Guard recruiter for the most up-to-date information.
Chemical Operator Assistant Building 173 3Rd Shift
Performs duties required in operating a variety of equipment used in his/her assigned area of the Division, maintaining responsibility for tasks as assigned. Dependent upon area of assignment, this may include complex chemical reactions, extractions, distillations, crystallizations, filtrations and drying operations.
Operates automatic and manual chemical process equipment of varying complexity in various production processes in accordance with operating procedures. Equipment includes filtering equipment, reactors, and pumps. Performs quality control analyses as required to complete in-process batches and identifies variations. Processes may generate high pressure and/or critical reactions and requires training in hazardous material handling and emergency procedures.
Knowledge of basic disciplines. Limited knowledge of industry practices and standards.
Problem Solving and Innovation: Develop solutions to routine problems following established Pfizer policies and procedures.
Discretion, Latitude, Level of Independence: Closely supervised. Follows specific, detailed instructions.
Impact and Organizational Contribution: Contributes to the completion of routine tasks.
Education: High school diploma / general education degree (GED) plus either an Associate's degree or six months' work experience (e.g. current or previous Pfizer colleague; Mfg, Pkg or Veterans/Military relevant experience.
Effective written and oral communication
Experience: Completion of operator training program and required on the job experience as an Operator Assistant
Certificates, Licenses or Registrations: Fork-lift certification, as required
Physical Demands: Considerable standing, walking, climbing of stairs and ladders, lifting and moving of containers up to 25 kg
Work Environment: Use of required Safety equipment; working near moving mechanical parts. The noise level in the work environment may be loud. Use of hearing and eye protection is required.
NON-STANDARD WORK SCHEDULE, TRAVEL OR ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS
Alternate Schedule: 12-2-12-5-9-2-10-4
EEO & Employment Eligibility
Pfizer is committed to equal opportunity in the terms and conditions of employment for all employees and job applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, gender identity or gender expression, national origin, disability or veteran status. Pfizer also complies with all applicable national, state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment as well as work authorization and employment eligibility verification requirements of the Immigration and Nationality Act and IRCA. Pfizer is an E-Verify employer.
Pfizer reports payments and other transfers of value to health care providers as required by federal and state transparency laws and implementing regulations. These laws and regulations require Pfizer to provide government agencies with information such as a health care provider's name, address and the type of payments or other value received, generally for public disclosure. Subject to further legal review and statutory or regulatory clarification, which Pfizer intends to pursue, reimbursement of recruiting expenses for licensed physicians may constitute a reportable transfer of value under the federal transparency law commonly known as the Sunshine Act. Therefore, if you are a licensed physician who incurs recruiting expenses as a result of interviewing with Pfizer that we pay or reimburse, your name, address and the amount of payments made currently will be reported to the government. If you have questions regarding this matter, please do not hesitate to contact your Talent Acquisition representative.
- Last Date to Apply for Job: 03/27/2018
- Eligible for Relocation Package
Pfizer is an equal opportunity employer and complies with all applicable equal employment opportunity legislation in each jurisdiction in which it operates.
Chemical Maintenance Operator
Located in Kent Washington, Protective Coatings Inc. is a leading provider of full service finishing for the aerospace, electronics and medical industries in both commercial and defense applications. Services include but are not limited to non-destructive testing such as fluorescent penetrant and magnetic particle inspection and a wide variety of surface enhancement processes such as shot peening and abrasive blasting, passivation, cadmium and nickel zinc plating, chromic, sulfuric and boric sulfuric acid anodizing and the application of chromate conversion coating on ferrous and non-ferrous alloys. Organic coating includes the application and testing of multiple resin systems such as epoxies, phenolics, polyurethanes, polyesters, elastomerics, intumescents, lacquers, alkyds, acrylics, dry-film lubricants, powder coatings and Teflon. Current approvals include the National Aerospace and Defense Contractors Accreditation Program, (NADCAP), Boeing Commercial Aircraft Company, Boeing Defense and Space, Boeing/Philadelphia, Boeing Long Beach, Grumman, Gulfstream, Lockheed Martin, Goodrich, Bombardier, Cessna and Sikorsky among much else.
Founded in 1976, Protective Coatings Inc. was later acquired by Precision Castparts in 2012, and became part of the Aerostructures Division. Staffed with approximately 300 employees, the facility generates annual revenues in excess of $26 million. As a defense contractor Protective Coatings Inc. is registered with the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls as a subsidiary of Precision Castparts Corp and is fully compliant with all relevant facets of the International Traffic in Arms Regulations and the Export Administration Regulations.
Level 1 Chemical Maintenance Operators will undergo mandatory in-house training regarding hazardous waste duties during their introductory period and annually thereafter. Level 1 Chemical Maintenance Operators, under direct supervision, will be expected to perform a variety of tasks and supporting functions relating to the chemical maintenance department which include; daily conformance checks of chemical processing tanks, replenishment of production solvents, disposal of waste solvents, paints and chrome-laden product, and replenishment of chemical rinse tanks. Chemical Operators will become familiar with basic operation of equipment and machinery which include operation of the waste water treatment system, on-site compactors and presses, and chemical scrubber/eliminator systems. In addition, level one chemical operators will regularly clean and maintain on-site storm drain inserts, and monitor and control basic chemical inventory, segregation, and storage. Candidates must be self-disciplined and self-motivated individuals with strong accountability (attention to details) skills. Other responsibilities will include maintaining a clean and organized work area, as well as adherence to all organization safety rules and regulations. As a condition of assignment, Level 1 Chemical Maintenance Operators candidates may be expected to access information and product controlled under the International Traffic in Arms Regulations and/or Export Administration Regulations. As such these candidates may be required to provide proof of U.S. Citizenship, Legal Permanent Residence or protected status as a Non-Citizen National of the U.S.
Primary Duties & Responsibilities:
Maintaining regular and punctual attendance according to shift-times or a pre-arranged work schedule.
Follow all policies, procedures, and work instructions.
Will require use of personal protective equipment (PPE) during certain tasks (goggles, safety glasses, aprons, boots, gloves, hearing protection, etc) and be expected to comply with all safety directives and policy.
Work independently or as a team member as required by job.
Transfer or change Paint Shop solvents and used/waste paint product.
Removal and proper disposal of waste chemicals, solvents and paints. This will include removal and proper disposal of chrome-laden paint product from paint vacuums, collection bins, and paint booth air filters.
Cleaning/maintenance of on-site storm drain inserts.
Pump rinse tanks from plating lines.
Perform daily conformance checks and monitoring of production tank temperatures and chemical additions.
Perform start up and/or shut down of operating systems which include: wastewater treatment system; on-site compactor; sludge press; Nickel ion, Chrome, and Nitric scrubbers; and on-site WWIX flow-through water system.
Will be expected to operate forklift, pallet jacks, wheeled carts, or dollies for the safe loading and unloading of chemicals and dangerous waste.
Basic proper handling of dangerous chemical waste and used or waste solvents including on-site handling, transfer, and basic labeling.
Perform basic chemical inventory (Chemical Segregation and Storage).
Operators will be exposed to various production solvent and corrosive chemicals, odors and occasional fumes, wet/humid conditions (indoors), outside weather conditions, and moderate noise level.
Ability to read, write and speak the English language.
Must be detail oriented and quick learner.
Good communicator with ability to represent the company in a positive manner.
Ability to work alone or as a member of a team, good cooperative skills.
Excellent vision (whether or not corrected) including normal color vision.
Understanding of basic operations of the wastewater treatment system; on-site compactor; sludge press; Nickel ion, Chrome, and Nitric scrubbers; and on-site WWIX flow-through water system.
Ability to read, write and communicate in English. Specifically, applicants must be able to read and understand written or verbal instructions.
Ability to lift and carry up to 50 lbs. and push or pull up to 100 lbs. using assistive equipment.
No Experience Required
Complete all training requirements, on job training, and achieve passing grades for applicable general, specific and practical exams for Level I Chemical Maintenance Operator.
Level of Education:
- General Standard education including the ability to read and write in English.
Precision Castparts Corp. is an equal opportunity employer committed to recruit, hire, train, and promote in all job categories without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, veteran status or other status protected by applicable law.
Chemical Process Operator - 2Nd Shift (4890-292)
Summary: Process operator will primarily be responsible for overseeing a process that uses technology to either extrude or encapsulate a liquid compound or color an alcoholic solution. Operator will also be responsible for working closely with other internal support functions throughout the plant.
The critical responsibilities and skills of this position. List in order of importance.
Responsibilities can include, but are not limited to, the following:
Successfully color alcohol solutions to a scientific and visual standard. This will require operator to be able to successfully differentiate hues of color and make decisions about color addition that differ from the formula.
Working with Quality Control team, take their guidance about visual adjustment of color and make a decision about quantity of dye addition.
Work closely with customers and/or internal support functions on site to color new product launches to a visual standard, providing guidance about proper batch scale up.
Maintain safe working environment, utilize appropriate safety equipment and proactively improve the safety culture of the department.
Responsible for the safe operation of fork lift to retrieve materials from the warehouse when necessary.
Compound as required by production demand and work flow.
Maintain processing area and equipment in clean, sanitary and presentable condition; adhere to Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and exemplary housekeeping standards.
Ability and willingness to work as part of a team to solve problems, develop procedures, and recommend improvements.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Ability to differentiate various hues of color as determined by testing
Basic math, reading and computer skills
Ability to wear respirator
Ability to operate fork lift
Ability to push/pull 200 Kg drums and lift 50 lbs.
Ability to multi-task
- High School Degree or equivalent
- 2 years + prior chemical process manufacturing experience
- SAP experience preferred
Chemical Operator Or Production Technician
As a Chemical Operator at Solvay's Spartanburg, SC plant you will be responsible for:
Operate all production chemical processing equipment including reactors, feeders, heat exchangers, piping networks, hoses, pumps, valves, instruments, vessels, scales, tanks, scrubbers, meters, etc.
Conduct DCS operation to manipulate equipment controlled by the DCS.
Maintain appropriate batch and shift paper work.
Maintain a clean and organized workplace meeting the housekeeping standard established by the Operations Manager.
Follow the direction of the shift coordinator in a professional and cordial manner.
Prepare Work Orders for maintenance on the unit as needed as well as preparing the equipment for maintenance.
Minimize waste generation; follow waste handing guidelines as specified in plant procedures.
Report any process upset, spill, injury, chemical release, security event, etc.
Safely operate fork trucks and the yard tractor with box and tank trailers.
Perform minor maintenance activities on production equipment as directed by the Operations Manager.
Represent Solvay Inc. through daily actions that reinforce the corporate values; demonstrating personal commitment to a safe, healthy and environmentally sound workplace for employees.
Work with engineers, production specialists, quality assurance technicians, distribution technicians, as well as other plant personnel to safely and efficiently accomplish plant responsibilities.
High school graduate or equivalent education. Possible entry level position.
Perform all required safety procedures applicable to product manufacture in the chemical processing units.
Perform inspections and checklists for pollution control devices.
Perform all tasks that are required to operate the chemical processing unit at the facility.
Demonstrate computer skills to access plant information, monitor email, and conduct production materials management responsibilities.
Knowledge of chemical processing equipment including reactors, feeders, heat exchangers, piping networks, hoses, pumps, valves, instruments, vessels, scales, tanks, scrubbers, meters, etc.
Operate fork trucks and drive yard tractor to manipulate box and tank trailers about the plant site.
Capable of beginner MS WORD, MS EXCEL, MS ACCESS, MS POWER POINT, MS OUTLOOK.
Perform all MMRP and CMMS transactions required to manage production schedules, modify inventory transactions.
Prepare Work Orders as required to maintain the operating units.
Perform minor service maintenance on equipment as defined by the Operation Manager.
Perform troubleshooting abilities to properly identify causes of production equipment and process upsets.
Perform DCS navigation; DCS trouble shooting, DCS operation such that the process can be safely and efficiently controlled.
Demonstrate basic PC skills required for electronic communications, maintenance work orders, incident/accident reporting, and data retrieval (MSDS).
Ability to efficiently and accurately communicate and work with peers, superiors, engineers, and other unit personnel, and in a constructive manner.
Ability to effectively train peers on all aspects of the Production Technician job responsibilities.
Cross train in QA lab for level V1 (Required for selected Operators )
Knowledge of the 49 CFR Hazardous Material Regulations manual.
Entry level (0 to 2 years)
Versum Materials (NYSE: VSM) (versummaterials.com) is a best-in-class electronic materials company providing high-purity chemicals and gases, delivery systems, services and materials expertise to meet the evolving needs of the global semiconductor, display and LED markets. Derived from the Latin word for "toward," the name "Versum" communicates the company's deep commitment to helping customers move toward the future by collaborating, innovating and creating cutting-edge solutions.
A global leader in technology, quality, safety and reliability, Versum is one of the world's largest suppliers of next generation CMP slurries, ultra-thin dielectric and metal film precursors, formulated cleans and etching products, and delivery equipment that has revolutionized the semiconductor industry. Versum Materials operated for more than three decades as a division of Air Products. An independent company since October 2016, Versum has annual sales of about US$1.2 billion, 2,200 employees and 14 major facilities in Asia and in North America. It is headquartered in Tempe, Arizona, United States.
Versum Materials is seeking a Chemical Operator for our manufacturing facility in Indianapolis, IN.
Operate forklifts and manual lift stations
Operate pumps, valves, filters, and associated piping and equipment for the purpose of chemical batch manufacturing.
Operate Chemical Spill Containment Equipment.
Attach unloading hoses, and operate the necessary equipment to unload bulk raw materials to storage tanks and blend tanks.
Operate pumps, valves, filters, and associated piping and equipment.
Apply labels, stencils, or other positive identification to the products as directed to ensure safe handling and adequate quality control.
Torque bung closures and diptubes to manufacturer's recommended values with minimum variation.
Re-pour chemicals from one container to another for the purpose of re-work, re-packaging, and/or disposal.
Remove/inventory/install Customer Supplied Diptubes from/into containers.
Perform minor and routine maintenance, PM, and repairs to equipment in assigned area that training has been conducted.
Operate hand tools, power tools, and material handling equipment (e.g. forklifts, pallet jacks, stackers, lawn equipment) as required.
Work in conjunction with Maintenance Vendors to achieve major repairs to installations.
Load/Unload finished product packaging supplies/containers to/from trailers.
Perform incoming/outgoing material inspections.
Provide proactive housekeeping and stocking of routine supplies in the operator's area of responsibility.
Maintain the necessary logs and documentation to ensure a safe and efficient workplace including safe work permits issued in work area assigned.
Perform any and all miscellaneous duties as assigned by supervision.
High School Diploma/GED
2-5 years of chemical manufacturing experience preferred
DOT/IATA/IMDG Certification to ship Dangerous goods preferred
Ability to routinely and repeatedly lift 50 Lb containers during the course of an 8-12 hour shift work.
Ability to operate a workstation while continuously standing, walking, extending and/or reaching during the course of an 8-12 hour shift work.
Ability to routinely climb stairs during the course of an 8-12 hour shift.
We thank all applicants in advance for their interest; however only those applicants who are being considered for an interview, or are currently employed by Versum Materials, will be contacted.
Versum Materials is an Equal Opportunity Employer (U.S.). All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, citizenship, gender, marital status, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, disability, genetic information or veteran status.
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