Chemical Reclamation Equipment Operator Job Description Sample
Water Resources Maintenance Specialist I/Ii - Water Reclamation
The current vacancies are located at the Northwest and Greenfield Water Reclamation Plants.
The first review of applications will be Tuesday, September 4, 2018.
Water Resources Maintenance Specialist I ($36,768.96 – $51,771.20 annually)
Water Resources Maintenance Specialist I is a one-year assignment where incumbents function as a trainee and are responsible for learning how to and begin to maintain the City of Mesa's water reclamation. An employee in this class accompanies and observes a lead person, thus performing daily activities and assisting in performing entry-level work.
As the incumbent demonstrates the ability to perform the full-range of the proposed Water Resources Maintenance Specialist I duties, the complexity and difficulty of assignments will increase. During this one-year assignment the incumbent must meet requirements and expectations outlined in the criteria-based promotion document. In addition, the incumbent must complete these requirements and proceed to the Water Resources Maintenance Specialist II classification within the one-year time frame. This class performs related duties as required.
Incumbents may be assigned to either the Southeast, Northwest, or Greenfield Water Reclamation Plants. Entry-level work will consist of plant maintenance work.
Some examples of duties learned and performed include: installing, maintaining, and repairing equipment and facilities including, but not limited to: bar screens, compactors, degritters, mixers, pumps, compressors, pipes, blowers, odor control devices, centrifuges, ultraviolet (UV) equipment, chemical metering pumps, sludge hoppers, conveyor systems, boilers, biogas systems, waste gas flares, valves, gear boxes and tanks. Incumbents also learn the basics of plant operations involving primary treatment, secondary treatment, activated sludge processes, filtration, disinfection, sludge dewatering and digestion.
This class is provided guidance by either the Water Resources Maintenance Specialist II, Water Resources Maintenance Specialist III or Water Resources Plant Supervisor. On-site observation of work in progress, finished projects, and meetings to discuss strategy and other challenges while performing routine duties.
An employee in this class is required to use appropriate safety equipment and follow safety procedures in performing assignments. Job hazards may include a variety of weather conditions, ferrous chloride, raw sewage, toxic chemicals, high-voltage lines, and confined spaces. This class may be subject to emergency call-out, stand-by and must be willing to work overtime as required.
Employees in this class may progress to the Water Resources Maintenance Specialist II class by noncompetitive, criteria-based promotion after successful completion of required coursework, on-the-job training, and achievement of satisfactory performance appraisals. This class is FLSA nonexempt.
Water Resources Maintenance Specialist II ($42,575.64 – $59,945.60 annually)
The Water Resources Maintenance Specialist II is responsible for performing specialized, journey-level work that involves installing, maintaining, and repairing water reclamation equipment. An employee in this class accompanies and observes a lead person, the Water Resources Maintenance Specialist III, performing daily activities and assisting in performing treatment plant maintenance activities. Assigned tasks increase in scope and difficulty as the incumbent demonstrates the ability to perform the full-range of duties respective of the journey-level Water Resources Maintenance Specialist II class.
Incumbents may be assigned to the Southeast, Northwest, or Greenfield Plants. Some examples of duties required and performed include: installing, maintaining, and repairing bar screens, compactors, degritters, mixers, blowers, odor control devices, centrifuges, conveyor systems, ultraviolet (UV) equipment, chemical metering pumps, filtration equipment, sludge hoppers, boilers, biogas systems, and waste gas flares.
Although the primary responsibilities of this position are maintenance related, the Water Resources Maintenance Specialist II may also be responsible for performing operational duties at the reclamation plant under the supervision of the Water Reclamation Supervisor (Operations). Duties include analyzing trends and data, monitoring equipment, optimizing plant processes, collecting, and analyzing process samples and making data entry. This class performs related duties as required.
This class is provided lead direction by the Water Resources Maintenance Specialist III with supervisory responsibility provided by the Water Resources Plant Supervisor or Water Reclamation Supervisor. Job performance is monitored and evaluated by the on-site observation of work in progress, finished projects, and meetings to discuss strategy and other challenges while performing routine duties.
Job hazards may include frequent exposure to a variety of weather conditions, chlorine gas, fluoride, ferrous chloride, raw sewage, and/or toxic chemicals, exposure to bleach, caustic, rotating equipment, biogas, noise, low oxygen, explosive environments and high-voltage lines, and equipment. An employee in this class is required to use appropriate safety equipment and follow safety procedures in performing assignments. This class may be subject to emergency call-out and must be willing to work overtime and scheduled stand-by as required.
Employees may progress to this class by noncompetitive promotion upon meeting the required coursework, on-the-job training, acquisition of required certification, and achievement of satisfactory performance appraisals. This class is FLSA nonexempt.
Qualifications & Requirements
Employee Values: All employees of the City of Mesa are expected to uphold and exhibit the City's shared employee values of Knowledge, Respect, and Integrity.
Water Resources Maintenance Specialist I
Minimum Qualifications Required. Any combination of training, education, and experience equivalent to graduation from high school or GED. One year of experience performing water or wastewater plant equipment maintenance, water supply system equipment maintenance, mechanical and/or manufacturing equipment maintenance.
Special Requirements. Must obtain forklift operator certification within six months of hire.
Must possess a valid Arizona Driver's License by hire date. Must meet the qualifications to wear a tight fitting respirator by passing a medical evaluation in accordance with Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 1910.134 by hire or promotion date and must maintain certification. The incumbent must also obtain a 40-hour HazWoper Certification as per the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and must attend an eight-hour HazWoper refresher course annually to maintain certification.
Substance Abuse Testing. Due to safety and/or security sensitive nature of this classification, individuals shall be subject to pre-employment/pre-placement and random alcohol, drug and/or controlled substance testing as outlined in City policy and procedures. Certain positions within this class are subject to Department of Transportation (DOT) Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) drug and alcohol testing as outlined in 49 CFR Part 382 (by assignment).
Preferred/Desirable Qualifications. Grade I (or higher) Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator certification from the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) or equivalent certification from another state through reciprocity with Arizona by application date. Minimum 6 months of successful performance in the City of Mesa Water Resources Department Intern program, and familiarity with City of Mesa treatment facilities.
Water Resources Maintenance Specialist II
Minimum Qualifications Required. Any combination of education, training, and experience equivalent to graduation from high school or GED. Considerable (3 - 5 years) work experience in performing journey-level repair or maintenance of pumps, water treatment or wastewater equipment, or other mechanical or manufacturing equipment maintenance.
Special Requirements. Must obtain forklift operator certification within six months of hire.
Must possess a valid Arizona Driver's License by hire date. Must meet the qualifications to wear a tight fitting respirator by passing a medical evaluation in accordance with CFR 1910.134 by hire or promotion date and must maintain certification. This class shall be responsible for acquiring a minimum of 30 professional development hours (PDHs) every three years to maintain their ADEQ certification. The incumbent must also obtain a 40-hour HazWoper Certification as per the OSHA, and must attend an eight-hour HazWoper refresher course annually to maintain certification.
Must possess a Grade I (or higher) Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator certification from the ADEQ or equivalent certification from another state through reciprocity with Arizona by application date. Certification through reciprocity must be obtained within 3 months of hire or promotion.
Substance Abuse Testing. Due to the safety and/or security sensitive nature of this classification, individuals shall be subject to pre-employment or pre-placement alcohol, drug and/or controlled substance testing as outlined in City policy and procedures. Certain positions within this class are subject to DOT Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) drug and alcohol testing as outlined in 49 CFR Part 382 (by assignment).
Link to Job Description
Water Resources Maintenance Specialist I: http://apps.mesaaz.gov/jobdescriptions/Documents/JobDescriptions/cs4003.pdf
Water Resources Maintenance Specialist II: http://apps.mesaaz.gov/JobDescriptions/Documents/JobDescriptions/cs4303.pdf
Chemical Operator - Level 3
Chemical Operator - Level 3
Innovate high-purity, high-performance chemicals and materials
Honeywell is currently seeking a Chemical Packer Operator III for our facility located in Muskegon, MI. You will be responsible to safely perform required tasks efficiently by following standard operating and job safety analysis procedures.
You will perform a combination of manual and/or automated tasks necessary to efficiently package finished product into containers of various sizes. You will perform a variety of tasks in a fast-paced manufacturing environment, that include- counts & weights against documents, handling and packaging of various chemicals, maintaining area cleanliness.
Bottling Room set-up
Shift placement is ultimately managed per the shift selection guidelines policy---but initial placement will be dependent on training requirements and the experience mix that is best for smooth operation of the department.
Taking samples and re-samples
Entering sampling information into LIMS system and print off sample labels
Completion of all paperwork associated with samples (BOM calc., Lot Packaging Records etc.)
Label Printing – includes kitting of labels for Packaging and SSPDS packets for Production
Operating, maintaining, and troubleshooting various printer systems in the Label Office
Keep proper, accurate, neat and up-to-date records
Assist in the development and training of new personnel
Serve as a backup for the Packaging Team Leader as requested.
Load, unload, and operate conveyor systems as required.
Operate and trouble shoot the various packaging equipment in each packaging room.
Strictly follow all Standard Operating Procedures and Standard Work
Promote, participate in and support Honeywell Operating System
Participate in the continuous improvement process (Kaizen/PDCA) / 5S Housekeeping process
Ability to create and improve on standard work
Adhere to department's material replenishment processes
25 Bottling room set-up 25 Taking samples and re-samples 25 Label printing 25 Strictly follow all Standard Operating Procedures
- High School Diploma or GED
Self-motivated, driven to exceed expectations, problem solver, eager to learn and ability to work independently
Ability to work all shifts as needed
Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal skills
Excellent planning and organizational skills
Ability to wear respirator as needed
Ability to lift up to 50 lbs. occasionally
Displays a high attention to detail
Chemical Packaging Operator experience
Strong computer skills
While packaging, be able to perform repetitive lifting of up to 15-35 lbs.
Due to US export control laws, must be a US citizen, permanent resident or have protected status.Performance Materials and TechnologiesINCLUDES
Continued Professional Development
Job ID: HRD44731
Category: Integrated Supply Chain
Location: 1953 South Harvey St, Muskegon, MI 49442-6184 USA
Honeywell is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will be considered without regard to age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, nationality, sex, or veteran status.
Chemical Plant Operator
Monitor and analyze critical and non-critical facilities equipment information.
Respond to alarms to make determinations for adjustments or shutting down components on facility equipment.
Perform preventative and responsive maintenance.
Maintain oversight of designated equipment. Perform preventative and responsive maintenance.
Dispose of hazardous waste and chemicals as per regulations and permits.
Involved in various projects such as new equipment installation, or equipment/facilities modifications.
Personal liability for compliance with federal/state and local jurisdiction permit compliance.
Comply with federal/state and company safety policies and procedures.
Minimum of 2 yrs of work experience in a process manufacturing environment.
Must be able to pass and maintain qualification as a member of the Hazmat Response Team.
Able to professionally communicate and work with vendors, engineering, and contractors to realize planned changes.
Must adhere to SOP/SOC's and work instructions.
Able to write and develop new processes and equipment/facilities documentation.
Experience abiding by strict safety regulations and participating in team safety activities.
Understands the danger points related to common facility equipment and processes.
Experience in a facilities operations related position
Work both indoors and outdoors in all extremes of weather.
Work in changing environments such as clean rooms and sludge treatment.
Wear and utilize various types of safety equipment including chemical protective suits (up to and including fully encapsulated), boots, gloves, goggles, hardhat, safety harness, safety shoes, safety glasses, respirators (chemical & particulate) and sometimes self-contained breathing apparatus.
Perform work around a variety of gases, chemicals, and waste (hazardous & toxic).
Work in confined spaces, at high elevations, and around high noise levels.
May work alone for long periods of time.
Work with a high degree of safety and environmental consciousness.
12 hour Night Shift.
SEH America offers competitive compensation and excellent benefits including:
Medical, dental, and vision insurance with low employee out of pocket cost
401(k) plan with a company match plus additional employer contribution
Tuition assistance paid directly to school (for approved degree and certificate programs)
Paid life insurance and short and long term disability
Excellent paid time off benefit including vacation, sick, holidays, and other leave programs
On-site fitness center open 24/7
SEH America is an equalopportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration foremployment without regard to status as a protected veteran or a qualifiedindividual with a disability, or other protected status such as race, religion,color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity,or age. We are a drug free workplace and follow federal standards of whatare considered prohibited drugs. Offers of employment are contingent on apre-employment drug screen. Offers of employment for certain positions arecontingent on a background check. SEH-A participates inE-Verify. More information can be found on our website. If youneed assistance with completing the online application process, please call
Human Resources at 360-883-7053.
Clean Room Chemical Operator
The Clean Room Manufacturing Operator 1st shift works 7am - 3pm with occasional OT.
Performs post-formulation processing such as product cutting, inspection, defect identification, packaging, machine packaging operations, and labeling and boxing in order to produce the finished good. Also performs sub assemble post chemical processing such as cross linking required to produce collagen-based products. All work streams include responsibility in the setup, operation and cleaning of all clean room manufacturing equipment. All chemical processing operations are performed in ISO Class 5 or ISO Class 7 areas and require proper Clean Room gowning. All processing is performed in compliance with Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), Quality Systems Regulations), Standard Operating Procedures (SOP's) and Health and Safety requirements. Operate in a team environment focused on daily milestones and quality throughput.
Operate, maintain, and troubleshoot process equipment utilized in the collagen business, and be able to make minor equipment adjustments as needed.
Responsible for performing precise measurements and using measurement equipment to accurately add chemicals to batches.
Responsible for the cross linking, cutting, packaging and boxing of the product in its finished goods form, which includes performing visual product and component inspections to identify and remove defects.
Pass and maintain gowning qualification to perform Gowning Requirement for ISO Class 5 Clean room operations or ISO Class 7 Clean room operations.
Responsible for accurately maintaining legible and accurate records, required logs, books, records, and other procedures to comply with regulatory requirements, Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), Quality Systems Regulations, Standard Operating Procedures (SOP's), and Health and Safety requirements.
Interface with QA/QC/Material departments during course of work to coordinate inspections and efficient flow of subassemblies and completed product.
Enter and record production activies in Oracle MRP systems to issue material and labor hours to specific work orders.
Follow applicable Standard Operating Procedures, Quality System Regulations and ISO 13485 requirements.
Responsible for reporting all discrepancies to the Supervisor or Group Leader.
Support department and plant Safety goals by continuously demonstrating safe behavior.
Maintain a clean and orderly work area
Ability to work flexible shifts, and flexible days within the week to meet batch milestone requirements
Perform other manufacturing activities as assigned by the department leadership
High School diploma or equivalent. Degree in a related science a plus.
0 - 2 years of chemical processing experience or batch mixing in Medical Device or Pharmaceutical manufacturing industry. Production experience is highly desirable.
Basic computer skills for email and data entry.
Must read, write and speak in English, and communicate clearly and concisely.
Fundamental understanding of mathematics and chemistry.
Able to participate in a team-oriented environment, willingness to assist and train others
Able to work independently with minimal supervision
Ability to operate, maintain and troubleshoot process equipment, and make minor adjustments as needed.
Ability to gown to ISO Class 5 and 7 Clean Room standards.
Able to work overtime
- Lyophilizers, Autoclave, homogenizers, grinder, vacuum pump, pH meters, thermometers, balances (scales), water bath circulators, sonicators, humidity cabinet, mixers, centrifuge, blenders, air gun, drop indicator, Filamatic filling machines, slicer machines, scalpels, temperature recorders, Crosslinking chamber, humidification chamber, compression unit, cutting table, sealing machines, shrink wrap machines.
While undertaking the essential duties and responsibilities of the position, the employee must repeatedly sit, listen, speak, and write/type. The employee must be able to stand for 8 hours, lift up to 60lbs and climb ladders without assistance. The employee is required to go to all areas of the company.
The physical requirements listed in this section include, but are not limited, to the motor/physical abilities and skills require of this position in order to successfully undertake the essential duties and responsibilities of this position. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), reasonable accommodations may be made to empower individuals with disabilities to undertake the essential duties and responsibilities of the position.
Must be able to bend and lift 30 to 60 lbs without assistance on a daily basis.
Ability to gown to ISO Class 5 type Clean Room standards and/or additional Clean room clothing
Ability to gown to ISO Class 7 type Clean Room standards and/or additional Clean room clothing
Ability to stand for 8 hours
Must be able to climb step ladders, without assistance
Vision: Requires eye sight correctable to 20/25 to detect any defect in product/materials. Visual acuity adequate to perform job duties, including meeting all of the quality reclassification. Requires normal color perception.
Liquid Compounding Chemical Operator (5797-292)
Operator will package and filter finished goods and replenish raw material inventory as necessary. Operator will also be responsible for chemical blending in Production including manual dispensing of all flavor chemicals and combining with automatically dispensed materials.
Compound as required by production demand by following shop floor precisely as instructed to do so by shop floor papers.
Responsible for safe operation of fork lift and all material handling equipment within the work area.
Maintain a safe working environment, utilize appropriate safety equipment and proactively improve the safety culture of the department.
Maintain processing area and equipment in a clean, sanitary and presentable condition; adhere to Good Manufacturing Practices 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.
Basic math, reading and computer skills
High School graduate or equivalent
Ability to wear respirator
Ability to operate forklift
Ability to handle 200 kg drums and 50 kg bags
SAP, Camelot and Marco experience
Ability to multi-task
- Prior chemical process manufacturing experience
- SAP experience
Hawkins, Inc. is a formulator, manufacturer, blender, distributor, and sales agent for thousands of industrial chemicals and reagent grade laboratory chemicals sold to municipalities and businesses throughout the Central United States. Thousands of organizations across a variety of industries have depended on Hawkins for the chemical products they need since 1938.
Learn more about us at www.hawkinsinc.com/careers .
ABOUT THE JOB
Hawkins is looking for a Chemical Operator to join our team at our Camanche, IA facility. The position is responsible for safely operating, handling and maintaining production equipment while achieving production and quality standards.
Handle, store and transport chemical materials during the process of operating, monitoring and controlling continuous and batch manufacturing processes.
Manual and auto operation of production processes, using field controls and computer-controlled interface systems, adjusting variables such as temperature, pressure, feed rate, sampling, etc. in accordance with SOPs.
Perform tank transfers, bulk truck or railcar loading/unloading, emptying or filling of containers, pump drums, dump drums, 50- to 100-pound sacks and supersacks as required.
Accurately and completely fill out required paperwork including details such as process conditions, test results, instrument readings, shipping and receiving paperwork, plant data sheets, environmental reports, inventory sheets, inspection reports, etc. as required, either on paper or via computer.
Perform "in process" analytical methods to maintain quality standards and take corrective action as needed.
Provide routine maintenance to equipment and instrumentation.
Perform or maintain housekeeping in assigned areas of the plant.
Uphold Hawkins, Inc.'s standards for quality and safety through continuous improvement activities and adherence to applicable environmental, safety and health regulations and policies.
High school diploma or equivalent required
Minimum of 6 months experience as a chemical operator or equivalent experience required
Effective communication and interpersonal skills required
Ability to communicate (both written and verbal) complex and/or technical operations and procedures in terms easily understood by non-technical operators required.
Ability to safely operate an industrial fork truck required
Ability to comply with all mandatory Environmental, Health, & Safety and process specific training and participate as a member of the Emergency Response Team in Level A PPE required.
Ability to achieve and maintain 40 Hour HAZWOPER certification required
Basic computer skills and knowledge of MS Office required. Prior MRP or ERP experience preferred (JD Edwards a plus)
Ability to lift and carry up to 75 pounds occasionally, and up to 50 pounds frequently.
Must be able to pull/push equipment and/or piping weighing up to 100 pounds into position for 1 to 2 minutes up to 40 times a day.
Ability to sit, stand, and climb stairs for up to 12 hours per day, climb ladders and work at heights, and work in warehouses or outdoors in all weather conditions.
Able to perform tasks requiring manual dexterity.
Occasional turning, twisting, stooping, bending, and reaching.
Ability to wear a respirator for up to 4 hours a day (following SOPs for facial hair).
Able to follow production requirements including no exposed jewelry/piercings in a non-smoking, tobacco-free site.
WORK FOR THE BEST
Hawkins offers a competitive compensation and benefit package and is an award-winning employer and organization! Learn more about us at www.hawkinsinc.com (NASDAQ: HWKN).
All resumes/applications must be submitted online.
Hawkins, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and makes employment decisions without regard to race, gender, disability or protected veteran status.
Hawkins, Inc. is a Drug Free Workplace Employer
Chemical Operator - Floater
At Lonza, we invest in great people. We encourage our employees to challenge themselves and we offer an environment that fosters creativity and success.
Headquartered in Basel, Switzerland, we operate production, R&D, and business sites around the world, including Europe, North America, and Asia. Our vision: We strive to be the leading supplier using science and technology to improve the quality of life.
Our mission: We work with passion, using advanced technologies, to transform life science into new possibilities for our customers. Do you want to help us as we shape the future of this great organization?
Job Description Summary The Chemical Operator- Floater role requires the incumbent be flexible as s/he will be reassigned to different shifts as required to meet customer demand. This position is located in Valparaiso, IN. Monitor and review information from materials, events, or the environment, to detect or assess problems.
Patrol work areas to detect leaks or equipment malfunctions or to monitor operating conditions. Monitor gauges, recording instruments, flowmeters, or products to ensure specified conditions are maintained. Use either control mechanisms or direct physical activity to operate machines or processes.
Adjust controls to regulate temperature, pressure, feed, or flow of liquids or gases and times of prescribed reactions, according to knowledge of equipment and processes. Observe safety precautions and display leadership by taking responsibility for his/her safety and that of others. Analyze information and evaluate results to choose the best solution and solve problems.
Use knowledge of working area to make accurate and timely decisions. Agile and supportive of a culture of process improvement and problem solving. Demonstrate an openness to trying new approaches.
Observe, receive, and obtain information from all relevant sources. Record operational data, such as temperatures, pressures, ingredients used, processing times, or test results. Test product samples for specific gravity, chemical characteristics, pH levels, concentrations, or viscosities or send them to laboratories for testing.
Inspect equipment, structures, or materials to identify the cause of errors or other problems or defects. Drive results by demonstrating persistence and motivation to overcome obstacles and challenges. Provide information to supervisors and coworkers by telephone, in written form, e-mail, or in person.
Maintain customer focus and understands what internal and/or external customers need. Collaborate and generously share information and knowledge with others. Perform other duties as assigned.
Required Qualifications/Skills High School Diploma or equivalent Preferred: Prior experience in an Industrial Operations Environment or Military Engineering Knowledge of raw materials, production processes, quality control, costs, and other techniques for maximizing the effective manufacture and distribution of goods. Controlling operations of equipment or systems.
Demonstrates persistence and motivation to overcome obstacles and challenges. Consistently delivers goals and objectives. Plans, prioritizes and organizes work to deliver on time within given work time.
Takes responsibility for personal choices, decisions and behaviors. Contributes to a positive work environment; acts as a reliable and dependable member of the team. Willing to take on new challenges; takes steps to adapt thinking and behavior to support change.
Safety and Quality Minded. High Integrity and Detailed Oriented. Dependable, Cooperative, Team Player.
We offer a competitive salary and benefits package including 401(k), medical, dental, vision, prescription drug, tuition reimbursement, and a vacation package. At Lonza, we believe our employees are our greatest resource. Lonza is an equal opportunity employer.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, status as a qualified individual with disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. Lonza. The place to Go, Stay and Grow.
Chemical Process Operator
The Union Carbide Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Dow Chemical Company, has an exciting opportunity for a Chemical Process Operator at our Institute, West Virginia (Charleston) site.
Purpose of Job:
This position is responsible for operating equipment in an automated manufacturing environment where chemicals are being produced. Our Operators utilize chemical manufacturing knowledge and experience to operate and troubleshoot the plant in a safe and efficient manner. Employee engagement and commitment to Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) improvements is critical to the success of the site.
Utilize chemical manufacturing knowledge and experience to operate and troubleshoot technical equipment in a safe and efficient manner.
Respond to system messages.
Set-up, tear-down and install hardware utilizing appropriate operating disciplines.
Formulate solutions and mixtures of chemicals Interpret test data and adjust process conditions as needed.
Perform minor maintenance tasks as required to keep processes operating.
Understand the key process variables which impact product quality and consistency and understand how to control and troubleshoot them.
Participate in all safety programs and required training; demonstrate behaviors with a clear safety focus for all employees and the community; engage in all plant initiatives, identify near miss incidents.
Serve on emergency/fire squad.
Ensure compliance with procedures covering safety regulations.
Develop a culture of empowerment- meaning working within the boundaries' established through the work processes and technology that we operate at the site.
2 or more years of experience in a Chemical manufacturing environment.
Strong troubleshooting skills.
Strong written and oral communication skills. Able to communicate well, verbally and in writing, and have strong reading comprehension and listening skills.
A self-starter who is self-motivated and can identify, prioritize and accomplish multiple tasks.
Have a high regard for personal safety and the safety of others.
Demonstrated the ability to work in a team environment where individuals often set priorities and complete work activities with minimal supervision.
Strong attention to detail.
Physical dexterity and strength.
Mechanically adept and able to apply fundamentals of physical chemistry to properly operate, maintain and improve the performance of the equipment within their area of responsibility.
Basic computer knowledge.
Current, valid US drivers license.
Able to work 12 hour, rotating shifts
A minimum requirement for this U.S. based position is the ability to work legally in the United States. No visa sponsorship/support is available for this position, including for any type of U.S. permanent residency (green card) process.
Able to meet the following physical demands of the job, with or without reasonable accommodations:
Lift, push, and pull up to 55 lbs.
Frequent bending, reaching, and lifting
Stand 50% of the time.
Walk for extended periods of time
Work at heights, climb stairs and ladders.
Work in tight and closed in spaces.
Wear all required personal protective equipment, including but not limited to respirator.
An Associate degree or higher in Process Technology (PTEC) or Chemistry.
4 or more years of military training/experience in related field.
Previous experience working in Institute manufacturing site within the Dow facilities.
Extensive work experience, three or more years, with complex machinery, including automated systems.
Previous Fork Truck operation experience helpful.
Proficient in Microsoft software, including Word and Excel.
Experience using custom software programs.
- A minimum of a High School Diploma or GED is required.
DowDuPont (NYSE: DWDP) is a holding company comprised of The Dow Chemical Company and DuPont with the intent to form strong, independent, publicly traded companies in agriculture, materials science and specialty products sectors that will lead their respective industries through productive, science-based innovation to meet the needs of customers and help solve global challenges. For more information, please visit us at www.dow-dupont.com.
The positions represented by this job posting are aligned to one of the three divisions, Agriculture, Materials Science or Specialty Products, which are expected to separate from DowDuPont into stand-alone public companies. Information on the division alignment will be provided during the recruitment process.
Competitive salaries and comprehensive benefits
An annual variable pay program that rewards team and individual performance while sharing success across the company
Employee stock ownership - and the commitment to long-term success that it brings
On-going learning opportunities within a diverse, inclusive and rewarding work environment
Career experiences that can span different Dow businesses and functions with opportunities for personal and professional growth
The chance to work within a global company and interact with colleagues from around the world
Opportunities that spark your imagination and ignite your passion to help others
Dow is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer
As part of our dedication to the diversity of our workforce, Dow is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity without regard for race, color, national origin, ethnicity, gender, protected veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, or religion. We are also committed to providing reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities and disabled veterans in our job application procedures. If you need assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, you may contact us at http://www.dow.com/en-us/contact-us, you may call us at 1 800-523-3945 and select Option 1, or send a facsimile request to 1 989-636-3674.
Chemical Operator III - Milford DE (58204)
Dentsply Sirona is the world's largest manufacturer of professional dental products and technologies, with a 130-year history of innovation and service to the dental industry and patients worldwide. Dentsply Sirona develops, manufactures, and markets a comprehensive solutions offering including dental and oral health products as well as other consumable medical devices under a strong portfolio of world class brands. As The Dental Solutions CompanyTM, Dentsply Sirona's products provide innovative, high-quality and effective solutions to advance patient care and deliver better, safer and faster dentistry. Dentsply Sirona's global headquarters is located in York, Pennsylvania, and the international headquarters is based in Salzburg, Austria. The company's shares are listed in the United States on NASDAQ under the symbol XRAY. This position is location in the heart of Southern Delaware; located just 25 miles north of Rehoboth Beach and only 20 miles south of the state's capital, Dover. Also, we are centrally located east and south of Baltimore, Philadelphia and Washington DC. Whether standing at a scenic point along the downtown River walk, or spending the day at one of Delaware's beautiful beaches, know that underneath the calm tranquility is the energy of a community on the move!
Bringing out the best in people
As advanced as dentistry is today, we are dedicated to making it even better. Our people have a passion for innovation and are committed to applying it to improve dental care. We live and breathe high performance, working as one global team, bringing out the best in each other for the benefit of dental patients, and the professionals who serve them. If you want to grow and develop as a part of a team that is shaping an industry, then we're looking for the best to join us.
Working at Dentsply Sirona you are able to:
Develop faster - with our commitment to the best professional development.
Perform better - as part of a high-performance, empowering culture.
Shape an industry - with a market leader that continues to drive innovation.
Make a difference -by helping improve oral health worldwide.
Chemical Operator III, 1st Shift
Responsible for closely following batch formulas used in the production of a variety of products, properly setting up and operating mixing/blending equipment, weighing out various liquid and powder raw materials (may include converting US weights to metric weights), loading mixing equipment with liquids and powders, monitoring process controls, and making adjustments and minor repairs to machines as necessary. Also required to set up, adjust and operate laboratory equipment and instruments such as chemical balance scales, reactors, measuring pumps, distillation equipment, vacuum pump, glassware set-ups, and other equipment. Employee will be required to rotate and/or alternate shifts temporarily, and will work overtime as required. The successful candidate will be trustworthy, independent, process savvy, technically sound, and comfortable working with potentially hazardous substances. Respirator training is a plus.
High school diploma or graduate equivalency diploma (GED) required. Minimum of 2 years of experience as a chemical operator required. Preferred completion of trade school training with concentration in chemistry and/or science.
Records results on standardized forms and writes reports describing procedures used
Prepares graphs and charts
Monitors process and/or loading, unloading, cleaning or setting up of equipment
Processes work orders on time and efficiently according to set standards
Weighs raw materials, final products, etc.
Uses statistical process control including automated data acquisition devices to monitor quality
Insures compliance with QA, GMP, SOP, GDA, 5 S, and labor standards
Counts and records production units and labor hours
Meet and exceed all quality standards for the department and division
Accurately and neatly records information on all quality documents
Able to understand and apply process adjustments
Efficient operation of lathes, mills, sieves, ovens and associated equipment
Work closely with supervisors and peers to identify and eliminate throughput constraints
Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, SOP's, manufacturing instructions, etc.
Ability to write routine reports and correspondence
Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide all units of measure using whole numbers, common fractions, metric measurements, and decimals
Ability to use a calculator, convert weights from US standards to Metric standards and use of statistical processes
Ability to apply commonsense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form.
Strong computer skills
Working knowledge of all issues that impact manufacturing (quality testing, material delivery/logistics, production planning/scheduling, etc.)
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Operator I Chemical Cleaning
- Leads and completes jobs requiring Chemical Cleaning technology for maintenance and turnarounds with management oversight at client's site in accordance with client and business requirements and HydroChemPSC policies, practices and procedures.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Instructs, provides feedback and directs and assists crew in performance of job duties to complete work in accordance with client requirements and HydroChemPSC policies, practices and procedures. Enforces HydroChemPSC employee policies.
Reads work order and ensures all required equipment is available and operational prior to starting job.
Inspects equipment and general work area prior to starting any job. Corrects deficiencies that may cause accidents, injuries, lost productivity or harm to equipment or that are inconsistent with client's requirements.
Informs client as required regarding job status and client requirements. Solves problems in the course of completing the job.
Performs preventative and corrective maintenance on equipment when required.
Completes all appropriate paperwork including service receipts, and submits to designated management.
May train Technicians and Operators on-the-job in equipment operation, service line processes and necessary paperwork.
Operates all necessary equipment in service line (chemical, hydro-blasting, painting/blasting, asbestos and vacuum) in accordance with operation training and safety procedures.
Performs other duties as assigned.
REQUIREMENTS: • TRAINING:
All required local training
Chemical Awareness & Application school
CDL with Class A or B Preferred
Compliance with MVR policy
Compliance with Drug policy
Compliance with Background checking policy
Compliance with physical requirements
Possess BASIC Safety Council Reciprocal Card
Possess all required I-9 documentation
JOB RELATED EXPERIENCE:
- Safe Operation of all equipment and tasks that make up service line job processes
DEMONSTRATED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Ability to conform to work hours
Operational knowledge of tools, equipment and tasks in job processes • Ability to complete all paperwork
On Call 24/7
Ability to report to work within one hour of receiving call to work.
Ability to lift a minimum of 50 lbs.
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