Extractor Operator Solvent Process Job Description Sample
Boiler Room / Solvent Recovery Operator
Quad/Graphics boasts the industry's most modern facilities, kept in top condition by our Production Support team members who take pride in maintaining an environment of safety and excellence, and a platform built for productivity.
The Boiler Room / Solvent Recovery Operator is responsible for inspecting, troubleshooting, repairing and maintaining the boiler and solvent recovery systems to keep them in safe operating condition at all times. This includes boilers and their support equipment, solvent recovery from press to the adsorbers, water treatment equipment (boilers and cooling towers), chillers, pumps, air compressors, low pressure air blowers, vacuum pumps, and the fire suppression system
Perform skilled mechanical maintenance work for a variety of systems with the primary responsibility being for boiler and solvent recovery systems. To contribute to the overall success of the department the operator will need to perform the following duties as well as others that are deemed necessary to maintain the operation. The position requires the operator to be able to perform the job responsibilities safety, efficiently, in accordance with DNR and EPA guidelines and regulations, and with minimal supervision.
Boiler operation: Operate, adjust, shutdown and start-up equipment without supervision
Perform water testing and chemical treatment for boilers and cooling towers
Repair pumps & piping, repack valves and replace seals
Keep equipment logs up to date
Operate, maintain and control plant HPA, LPA and vacuum equipment
Operate, maintain and control solvent recovery systems
Generate reports for the EPA
Operate and control the chilled water for plant chiller operation
Monitor the fire protection system for the facility
Perform daily inspections and maintenance of equipment
High school diploma or GED
Completion of a maintenance program through a technical school is desirable
State license or certification desirable, but not currently required for systems in operation
Minimum of 4 years of training to be a Boiler / Solvent Recovery Operator
Operation of equipment in boiler room including boilers, de-aerators, pumps, water softeners, reverse osmosis units, water treatment equipment, chillers, cooling towers, air compressors, LPA blowers, and vacuum pumps
Operation of equipment in solvent recovery including absorbers, condensers, decanters, exhaust analyzers, fans, cooling towers, water and solvent pumps
Must be able to contribute to team efforts
Must be able to complete a variety of duties, on schedule, while maintaining employer's standards of safety and cleanliness
Must demonstrate good oral, written, reading, and computer skills for effective communication and record keeping
Must have basic welding, soldering and fabrication skills
- Should have the ability to effectively trouble shoot and problem solve
Solvent Services Specialist
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US - California - Foster City
When you're part of the team at Thermo Fisher Scientific, you'll do important work, like helping customers in finding cures for cancer, protecting the environment or making sure our food is safe. Your work will have real-world impact, and you'll be supported in achieving your career goals
Independently performs, verifies, and provides feedback/analysis on complex and varied services relating to Solvent management (review/assessment, container tracking including parcel receipt, registration and delivery, and tracking of hazardous waste) for a varied client base.
Provide advanced solvent assessments as required in support of Research operations
Partner with clients to identify special reporting needs; Develop and execute said reports
Provide basic and advanced client reports as required, including operational Metrics
Conducting/coordinating/supporting a physical inventory ('Lab Audit') program for the site
Maintain site accuracy of solvent locations through lab audits, movement change requests and returns
Escalate/expedite with supplier and management if stockroom supplies and solvent replenishment orders do not meet customer requirements
Provide Lead support for onsite solvent storage, review, evaluation, and purge
Provide Lead support for solvent storage code assignment
Provide solvent management system training to team
Sustain and maintain the solvent stockroom inventory (if applicable)
Reviewing, creating, and maintaining of company data log sheets
Performing Area Audits of cross-functional areas within ULS
Providing customer support as needed to clients (EHS, R&D, QAL, Ops)
Scan hazardous waste out of system
Ordering of solvents
Must possess a High School Diploma and preferably an Associate's degree at minimum.
Must be able to read, write and speak English.
Displays a high level of confidentiality for both customer and Thermo Fisher.
Must maintain Thermo Fisher Scientifics' Four-I Values.
Experience in laboratory setting or services preferred; experience in GLP/GMP environment preferred
Proven excellence in customer service skills.
Detail oriented, problem solver, promotes team environment.
Computer/software skills. (Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint).
Non-Negotiable Hiring Criteria:
Must possess a strong desire to serve the customer, and the interpersonal skills to deal with various levels of personnel at the customer site.
Must deliver excellent customer service to include maintaining a professional appearance at all times.
Must possess the operating skills to use hand held scanners and learn to enter data in various systems as necessary.
Must be proficient with a computer and the Microsoft Office suite of software.
Have demonstrated initiative in previous work experience.
Expanded tactical thinking that considers the impact on the broader organization.
Show concern for well being & success of others.
Must possess a high level of communication skills to provide guidance to others in performing the work, to effectively present information and respond to questions or customer service requests and interact with various levels of the customer's organization.
Must be able to provide suggestions for corrective action and preventive customer service.
Must be organized and detail oriented to be able to prioritize own and other's work and meet business productivity metrics.
Must be able to apply sound judgment and decision-making skills in dealing with a variety of routine and non-routine issues.
Works primarily at customer locations, in office environment to include cubicles and/or in and around shipping/receiving docks, stock rooms, storage locations and laboratory environments.
May be required to work independently at customer location.
Extensive walking and standing may be required.
Must be able to lift, push and pull 50 pounds consistently; may be required to maneuver 200l drums.
May require the use of material handling equipment, such as push carts and pallet jacks.
Depending on area of building, personal protective equipment may be worn to include lab coats, coveralls, hood, facemask, hairnets and/or safety gloves.
Some areas require steel toe shoes, bump hats and/or safety glasses.
Must be able to work hours required to get the job done.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of the work being performed by people assigned to this job. They are not an exhaustive list of all of the duties and responsibilities associated with it.
At Thermo Fisher Scientific, each one of our 65,000 extraordinary minds has a unique story to tell. Join us and contribute to our singular mission—enabling our customers to make the world healthier, cleaner and safer.
Apply today! http://jobs.thermofisher.com
Thermo Fisher Scientific is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability or any other legally protected status.
Thermo Fisher Scientific is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability or any other legally protected status.
The Utility Extractor extracts, sorts and reviews utility invoicesaccording to the department and customers' procedures. This position alsoprepares freight invoices.
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
Agissar extractor associate responsibilities:
Extracts mail from an Agissar machine, sorts utility bills, other mail inserts, checks, terms and invoices based on mode, number of pages, etc.
Uses multiple separator sheets to organize utility bills going to scanning.
Performs a manual review of utility invoices to ensure compliance with customer and department procedures
Separates bills, which do not meet client and/or department standard procedures. Attaches standard reject form and forwards to the lead for review.
Preps freight invoices for scanning. Removes staples, organizes bills in a neat, orderly manner and assures barcodes and paper is proper for scanning.
Reviews and complies with new or updated client and departmental procedures.
Discards old procedures and files updates as received.
Performs minor troubleshooting on the Agissar machine when necessary.
Shows initiative in presenting problems and possible solutions to lead or supervisor.
Maintains the work area in order to present a neat and professional appearance at all times.
Performs other duties as assigned and works overtime as required by management to ensure timely completion of all accounts.
SKILLS/ABILITIES & MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
Ability to grasp and retain instructions and perform at a high level of accuracy.
Good organizational and time management skills to be able to work in a fast paced production environment.
Basic mechanical skills.
Must be able to work with minimal supervision, maintain a positive attitude and be self-motivated.
Equivalent experience found in a production oriented processing environment
Please apply directly to this position via the "Apply Here" button. You will be required to create an account and provide your resume, contact information and other pertinent employment information. This process typically takes 20 minutes or less. Should we find that you meet the minimum requirement of the position, a member of our recruiting team will be in touch to start the interview process.
ABOUT OUR COMPANY:
Cass Information Systems is the nation's leading provider of payment and information services for Corporate America's freight, utility, waste and telecom expenses. We are a business-to-business solutions provider focused on invoice processing, payment, auditing and business intelligence services. We are strongly committed to providing consistently high-quality service to our customers and deeply committed to the welfare and professional growth of our staff.
Bi-Lingual Liquid Solvent Ink Chemist
Welcome to INX International, your home for performance-proven ink and coating products to match your print application and process. A global supplier as part of Sakata INX, a $1.3 billion company, INX International has more than 15 plants in the U.S. and Canada, and over 50 locations worldwide, on four continents. Among North America's top three ink providers, only INX focuses solely on formulations for printing, from basic chemistries through finished product. We also provide advanced, environmentally-conscious ink systems and services for digital printing operations.
INX is a stable manufacturing company whose average employee has been here over 13.5 years. We offer a competitive salary with excellent benefits including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, disability, 401(k), and more.
We are seeking a Bi-lingual Liquid Solvent Ink Chemist. The position could be located in our R & D facility in West Chicago, or out of our Appleton, WI or Lebanon, OH manufacturing locations. This Chemist should be fluent in Portuguese or Spanish and would have regular travel to Brazil (potentially up to 4 weeks per visit). This is a hands-on position with some bench work, but also involves direct customer contact with technical support teams. Previous experience within the Ink Industry is preferred.
Why you will love working at INX:
Our R & D has a strong knowledge base.
33% of our Chemists have over 15+ years of experience.
INX has cutting edge innovation and technology.
Autonomous work environment
Carry out research and development assignments that are relatively broad in nature.
Prepare standards and specification for processes, facilities, products, and tests.
Analyze & manage technical aspects of projects, and determine methods and techniques to be used and principles to be applied.
Conduct research on manufactured products to develop and improve products; collect and record data, interpretation and conclusions; and report results.
Conduct research into composition, structure, properties and relationships of printing inks, coatings, and raw materials used in their formulation.
Read, analyze, and interpret common scientific and technical journals.
Respond to common inquiries from customers.
Must be fluent in Portuguese or Spanish. This position would have regular travel to Brazil (potentially up to 4 weeks per visit).
Bachelor's degree in Chemistry or experience equivalent.
Minimum of 5 years of printing/ink experience.
Lead by example and reinforce a culture of excellence and positive behaviors with team members.
Excellent customer service; self-directed, outgoing, personable and friendly.
Project management skills.
Competency level should allow the employee to author internal reports, reports to customers, or articles for ink industry publications.
May be asked to prepare presentations or papers to customers or any of the professional organizations related to this industry.
Apply advanced mathematical concepts and to apply mathematical operations to such tasks as frequency distribution, determination of test reliability and validity, analysis of variance, correlation techniques, sampling theory, and factor analysis.
Apply principles of logical or scientific thinking to a wide range of intellectual and practical problems.
Ability to deal with nonverbal symbolism (formulae, scientific equations, graphs).
Ability to deal with a variety of abstract and concrete variables and to conduct studies using the scientific method.
We require a post offer pre-employment drug screen, physical and background check. Equal Opportunity Employer - disability/veteran
Process Equipment Operator Helper
Process Equipment Operator Helper, Marseilles, IL
Why work at Nutrien? Great question!
Safety is a core value at Nutrien. Keeping every employee safe, healthy and secure is our top priority. Nothing is more important than seeing our people go home safe at the end of every single day.
While working here you will have the opportunity to grow your career while helping us feed the future. We pride ourselves in hiring from a variety of backgrounds and truly believe that it is our differences that make us stronger so we hope you will join us.
In addition to exciting and challenging opportunities, Nutrien offers competitive salaries, great benefits and performance based incentives.
Outside of the skills and necessary qualifications, you will be committed to sustaining our safe and positive work environment while welcoming working side by side others in a diverse culture. Culture at Nutrien is the core of everything we do and all employees are respectful of diverse opinions and views.
This position will be responsible for all aspects of plant production and shipping processes of products and handling of materials at the Marseilles PCS Phosphate Plant. This position will require operating various types of mobile equipment. This is a full-time position with benefits. Work hours are a weekly eight hour rotating shift Monday thru Friday; 6:00 AM - 2:00 PM/2:00 PM - 10:00 PM/10:00 PM - 6:00 AM. Weekends and overtime are required as needed.
Responsible for the performance of equipment throughout the Feed Ingredients Plant
Responsible for maintaining an efficient truck loading process through use of the site PLC system to process customer shipments
Responsible for monitoring of product and raw material inventories
Responsible for performing production/quality checks as assigned
Responsible for following all facility safety standard operating procedures and activtely participating in site safety processes
Ability to lift 60 lbs
High School Diploma or GED
Current Driver's License
A minimum of one year in a manufacturing plant is not necessary, but preferred
Nutrien is committed to creating an inclusive workplace. We encourage applications from all well qualified candidates who reflect the diversity of the regions where we operate. This includes recognizing the voluntary identification of status such as gender, sexual orientation, visible minority, Indigenous status, persons with disabilities, and veterans, where applicable.
If this sounds like a good match, apply now. In order to ensure consideration for this role, candidates are encouraged to apply by INSERT DATE. However, this job will remain posted until filled. You may be required to undergo a background check and substance test in accordance with Nutrien policies.
While we appreciate all applications we receive, we advise that only candidates under consideration will be contacted.
EOE race/color/sex/sexual orientation/gender identity/disability/veteran
Process Operator Technician 1
Process Operator/Technician - We are looking for exceptional candidates for our Process Operator positions at our Decatur, IL manufacturing facility.
Process Operators in our Decatur Plant are responsible for the safe operation, basic maintenance, and troubleshooting of a highly automated, state of the art system that produces distinctive, high quality ingredients and solutions to the food, beverage, and other industries.
Through our large-scale, efficient manufacturing plants, we use innovative technology to turn raw materials into distinctive, high quality ingredients for our customers. These ingredients add taste, texture, nutrition and increased functionality to products that millions of people around the world use or consume every day.
Compensation is based on a Skill Block pay-for-knowledge system with starting pay @ $ 20.54 per hour with opportunity to advance to $28.45 with the pay for skill system.
Passionate safety commitment including the belief that all injuries can be prevented
Self-disciplined and possessing the integrity to uphold Company Values at all times
Self-motivated, committed, dependable Team contributor
Capability to diagnose, operate, correct, and manage the outcomes of complex processing systems (mechanical and chemical)
Ability to learn new concepts and information using process procedures, manuals and diagrams
Ability to clearly communicate ideas and information, both written and verbal
Ability to teach both technology concepts and operating procedures to other technicians
Ability to work in hot and cold temperatures, climb stairs, climb ladders, lift & carry 55 lbs, and perform other physical duties.
Ability to work a 12 hour rotating shift schedule in a 365/24/7 operation with the flexibility to work alternate schedules during plant outages or as needed.
Education & Work Experience:
Associates degree or higher preferred with minimum of a High School diploma or equivalent
Three to five years related experience and/or training preferred.
Must be able to demonstrate basic mathematics, reading comprehension, and problem solving skills
Nearest Major Market: Decatur
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Extrusion Process Operator
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Performs any one or combination of related and recurring production line and material handling activities in the Austin Extrusion/Blending department, which may include, but is not limited to operation of production equipment in the mixing area, slitter area and regrind area in accordance with established procedures and safety regulations. Input numerical/information data on batch orders, reports, etc. into a CRT. Operate a fork lift safely. Incumbent will schedule their tasks in such a manner so as to maintain/meet production needs. Documents lot changes, line clearances, calculations, and numerical data, downtime, and Quality Assurance checks per work order instructions.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
Assists in lot changes, performs line clearances, performs and documents cleaning operations as required. Knowledgeable of defect recognition and ability to pass annual written area requirements for area/job certification. Ensure area equipment is maintained within Batch Order certified parameter ranges.
Inspects components, materials, batch order documents, log books, and final products either as inherent part of the production process or off line. Knowledgeable of defect recognition, product sampling per batch record instructions recognizes action levels and notifies area specialist and/or supervisor if out of range.
Adheres to area JSA plan and ergonomic recommendations. Reports all accidents or near misses immediately to area specialist and/or supervisor, as well as any observed unsafe acts.
Meets the established labor standards for the respective tasks. Assures adequate levels of commodities and supplies are maintained for assigned functional area. Removes scrap as well as finished product to designed areas as needed. Achieve production through put and quality standards and report any deviations from those standards to area specialist and/or supervisor.
Works with internal customers, shares information and provides feedback on commodity related issues. Ensures quality product is delivered to the next process in line on time per production schedule.
Works in a team environment, which includes, but is not limited to, problem solving, using interpersonal skills to coordinate activities, effectively communicate and follow verbal and/or written instructions. Adapts to a changing environment and/or situations in a constructive manner. Assist in area improvements; cost reductions department changes and meetings. Must be able to schedule own tasks and work independently while meeting the needs of the team / department.
Must be able to schedule own work to meet production needs and ensure there are no interruptions to the extrusion process.
Must be able to determine best use of available regrind in mixing (e.g. which box to use to get the most desirable regrind percent based on available regrind, amount of powder in system, feedback from equipment operators as to color and melt issues for that extruder.)
Must be able to evaluate equipment performance based on prescribed procedure and/or processes.
Adapt to changing situations and the requirement to change the work, break and lunch schedules as operational needs change.
Adhere to cGMP guidelines, SOP's and plant rules/policies.
Work on special projects as they arise.
Ability to read, write, and understand English - follow both verbal and written instructions.
Ability to perform basic mathematical calculations, (e.g. add, subtract, multiply, divide, work with fractions, decimals, and percentages).
Position requires average mechanical skills, must be able to perform mechanical adjustments, minor troubleshooting, use power and hand-operated tools, drive a forklift, and operate a pallet jack.
Ability to read and follow schematic diagram for equipment set up.
Ability to properly handle hazardous waste per approved operating procedure.
Must be able to pass the cGMP and area certification requirements.
Must be able to lift and/or manipulate up to 50 pounds repeatedly over a 12-hour shift.
Must be able to obtain a fork lift license, which will require ability to complete and pass a fork lift physical, written test, and operate a fork lift safely.
Be able to demonstrate the ability to schedule their own tasks in such a manner so as to maintain production needs.
Education and Experience:
High school graduate or equivalent required.
Minimum six months experience as a Production Operator in this facility.
Must be at least 18 years of age
Must pass pre-employment drug screen and background check
- Typically requires travel less than 5% of the time
Physical Requirements and Work Environment:
Works in a manufacturing environment.
Must wear hearing protection, safety shoes, prescription glasses (if prescribed), and any/all personal protective equipment required to perform jobs in areas.
Must be able to lift 50 pounds unassisted.
We are an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer, Female/Minority/Veterans/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity.
Performs duties necessary to operate a variety of production equipment such as extractors, blenders, stills, filters, centrifuges, mills, pumps, compressors, fork lifts and mix tanks, and A septic filling station.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities
Understand the operating mechanism of this equipment in order to detect faulty performance and frequently check the performance by simple tests.
Understands the hazards involved in handling and processing materials in a sanitary manner, and knows the methods used to prevent contamination.
Be able to obtain and interpret information shown by instruments, such as temperature, pressure, vacuum or flow indicators, recorders or controllers and make corrective adjustments as required on equipment, based upon information obtained.
Must maintain process documentation as per cGMP requirements showing materials used and produced and pertinent operating information such as pressure, temperature, and vacuum. The irregularities should be recorded on the job ticket and promptly reported to the supervisor.
Performs simple analytical tests such as Density, pH, Brix, and performs the necessary tests for CIP operations.
Determine disposition of materials based on results of the tests.
Obtains samples from batches or containers, and submits the samples to the QC laboratory.
Inspect, fill, empty and label various containers as required by different processing operations.
Maintain the facility in a neat, clean, and sanitary manner.
Adhere to all environmental, safety, and health regulations, general plant practices, and Good Manufacturing Practices that pertain to their specific operation.
Maintain personal hygiene as per cGMP requirements.
Process Operator Supervisor
Required Qualifications & Skills
Have a minimum of a High School Diploma, or a GED, and must be able to read and write legibly, and communicate in English.
Perform simple arithmetic such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division with the aid of a calculator.
Follow verbal and written instructions from the supervisor.
Prior experience in a chemical plant is not a requirement but preference is given to individuals with prior processing experience.
Be capable of understanding the overall process flow path, and understand the concepts of sanitary processing.
Fork Lift Certification.
Advancement to this position is normally attained in one year of continuous service at Teawolf, following an evaluation of the employee's performance. This evaluation is done by the direct supervisor of the employee, and process management.
All newly hired or newly assigned employees working as Process Operators, regardless of previous experience, will initially work side-by-side with an experienced Process Operator until in the opinion of the direct supervisor, is able to work safely and proficiently alone.
Preferred Qualifications & Skills
- Computer skills preferred but not required
Process Technician Operator
Operate production and R&D process equipment. Work with engineering and technicians to facilitate production and development runs.
Operation and maintenance of high-vacuum deposition equipment. Deposit superconductor films on wire, troubleshoot process equipment and work with process engineering to facilitate planned runs. Maintain all sources, gauges, process shields and materials consumed by process.
Maintain all equipment to achieve high level of safety and productivity. Develop and maintain PM list of all consumables. Support engineers in running engineering tests for the development of new systems or enhancement of existing systems.
Build new tooling and fixtures if needed for conducting engineering tasks. Train junior level technicians in the operation and maintenance of equipment. Aid procurement of supplies, equipment, and chemicals and maintenance of safe laboratory practices.
Education and Experience Desired:
High School Diploma - Associate Degree or Bachelor equivalent in technical field is preferred
5-10 years experience > Ability to interpret schematics, wiring diagrams, and mechanical drawings
Ability to use diagnostic and debugging equipment such as multi-meters, signal generators and power supplies. Experience with electrical testing
of materials or circuits
Excellent skills with hand tools such as drills, crimpers, wire strippers, etc.
Must perform tasks in a safe and quality standard at all times
Thorough understanding of vacuum pumps, gauges, MFCs, and other laboratory equipment.
Machining, welding, or soldering skills.
Experience with operation and maintenance of thin film processing tools including aligners, ion mills, dicing saws, and thin film deposition systems
Familiarity with clean room practices.
Knowledge of chemical handling and waste disposal
Good communication skills and ability to work as a team member
Material Process Operator
MATERIAL PROCESS OPERATOR (MPO)
A&M Products Manufacturing Company, a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Clorox Company
The Material Process Operator (MPO) is responsible for the production of cat litter and may work in the Mixing, Production, Receiving, and/or Warehouse departments. The Mixing department is responsible for associated controls and instrumentation to transfer the raw materials to the mixing equipment and the prepared product to the packaging area. The Production department is responsible for packaging and palletizing the product. The Receiving and Warehouse Departments' responsibilities include managing the warehouse areas and transporting the product to and from production and to and from semi-trailers. The MPO works most of the time with heavy stationary and/or moving equipment and conveyors, concentration on the tasks at hand as well as an awareness of the overall operation is important.
The MPO will need to be able to occasionally lift 50 lbs.
JOB TASKS: are dependent upon the Department. Duties may include:
Loading, unloading and transporting raw materials, equipment and supplies from semi trailers and railcars,
Transporting raw materials during product preparation,
Operating, monitoring and adjusting the equipment along the packaging lines such as
Adding/removing supplies and/or product from line,
Inspecting product before, during and after filling,
Performing quality checks,
Making equipment adjustments
Operating the palletizer,
Transporting materials/supplies to/from the production areas for storage and/or shipping
Entering data in computer and monitoring the instrumentation including computer
Troubleshooting the pneumatic, mechanical and electrical equipment,
Providing routine and preventative maintenance
Providing housekeeping to the equipment and work area.
Prepare reports, training manuals and conduct training sessions.
Positions and activities may be rotated such that the MPO is capable of performing the responsibilities in all departments.
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