Kettle Operator I Job Description Sample
Manager, Kettle And Utility Operations At Conroe
We are currently looking for a dynamic individual to be the Manager, Kettle and Utility Operations for our Performance Products Division at our manufacturing plant located in Conroe, Texas.
As the Manager, Kettle and Utility Operations, you will lead and direct the activities of the Conroe plant Kettle and Utility Operations Department to produce specialty chemicals in a safe, environmentally sound and efficient manner.
As the Manager, Kettle and Utility Operations you are expected to:
Serve respectfully as a member of the plant managerial staff with a desire to grow, work effectively with the other management team members, and develop your subordinates.
Administer, plan, coordinate, and implement activities in the Kettle and Utility Operations Department.
Help in formulating plant administrative practices and procedures.
Oversee day to day activities in the kettle and utilities areas of the plant and notifies the Plant Manager or other managers of any significant safety, environmental, or production issues that arise in the kettle and utility areas.
Act as the commissioning manager for plant changes including the introduction of new products into the kettle units.
Work with the product commercialization team and participate in the product evolution process.
Supervise the Production Engineers, Operations and Maintenance Coordinators, Shift Supervisors, and Job Instructional Trainers for the area.
Administer plant personnel policies.
Evaluate and correct work performance and make recommendations to the Plant Manager on hiring, promotions, salaries, and release of people under your direction.
Ensure that the Conroe Kettle and Utility Operations Department is conducting its business in a safe and environmentally compliant manner and is protecting employees and the neighboring communities.
Represent the Plant Manager when he or she is not on site for instances which require immediate action by a plant authority.
Participate in budgeting activities and regularly review costs and expenses.
Work to ensure continuous improvement of the operating units in safety, environmental compliance, and production quality, quantity, and efficiency.
What are we looking for in the ideal candidate?
A minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in Chemical or Mechanical Engineering preferred with 10+ years specific experience
7+ years experience within a Chemical Plant or Manufacturing facility; 2+ years of supervisory or team lead experience in a chemical manufacturing facility.
Must have a level of proficiency with Internet, Email, and Microsoft programs.
Able to monitor the manufacturing areas 24/7 including areas that require climbing ladders and accessing scaffolding.
Possesses a broad knowledge of engineering principles governing petrochemical operations.
Must have the ability to coordinate the activities of operational personnel in all matters necessary to run in a safe, environmentally compliant, reliable and efficient manner.
Must have sound technical and analytical abilities to handle operational problems and plant compliance concerns.
Must have the ability to motivate and influence people. Needs good communication and diplomacy skills with plant associates, corporate service groups, customers and the general public.
What can we offer you?
Huntsman offers unsurpassed opportunities to build a successful future. We are a global specialty chemical company with locations in 30 countries around the world, employing over 10,000 associates. Our diverse portfolio creates a range of career fields including manufacturing, research and development, technical services, sales and marketing, customer service – and the list goes on. The successful candidate will receive a competitive compensation and will be eligible to participate in a comprehensive benefits package which includes: medical, vision and dental, basic life insurance, AD&D insurance, and 401k. Here, you can make an impact and make a difference. Come join us.
Huntsman is aware of a scam involving fraudulent job offers. Huntsman does not make job offers until after a candidate has submitted a job application and has participated in a face-to-face interview. Please be advised that emails from Huntsman always end in "@huntsman.com" and that any job offer that requires payment or requires you to deposit a check is likely a scam. If you have questions about any open positions at Huntsman, please visit our Careers website at http://www.huntsman.com/corporate/a/Careers.
Salvation Army Administrative Kettle Assistant
Student Employment Enrollment Requirements Indiana State University student enrolled in at least 6 credit hours. Comments to Applicants
This is an off-campus, Work Study position.
234 S 8th St, Terre Haute, IN 47807 –
Notice of Vacancy Number ST172786 Job Title Salvation Army Administrative Kettle Assistant Job Category Federal Work Study Student Job Job Type Federal Work Study Student Jobs Position Class Code 82000 Student work study Student Pay Grade 999 Hourly Wage/Salary 9.50 Job Summary/Basic Function
Assist the Corps Administrator in general oversight of hiring paid bell ringers.
Specific Responsibilities Work Schedule
20 hours a week, flexible schedule
Desired Start Date 08/19/2019 Open Date 06/17/2019 Close Date 07/17/2019 Required Relevant Education & Experience High School diploma or GED Required Field(s) of Study
Preferred Relevant Education and Experience Supervisory Responsibilities This job has no supervisory responsibilities. Required Certificates, Licenses and Registrations Other Required Certificates, Licenses and Registrations Preferred Certificates, Licenses and Registrations Preferred Other Certificates, Licenses and Registrations Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Able to adapt to change, Able to learn and retain information, Able to multitask, Able to plan, organize, and implement projects in a timely manner, Able to read English, understand, and follow verbal and written instructions, Able to work both independently and collaboratively, Able to work carefully and politely around others, Able to work well with others, Attention to detail, Demonstration of high ethical standards, integrity, professionalism, politeness, and courteousness, Excellent customer service skills, Math and basic accounting skills, Proficiency with Microsoft Office and other computer applications, Proven verbal and written communication skills, Work effectively with a diverse community Other Knowledge, Skills and Abilities NCAA Guidelines
All employees and staff of ISU are bound by all NCAA, Missouri Valley Conference and institutional rules and regulations pertaining to intercollegiate athletics and must conduct themselves in accordance therewith. For more complete information on the duties and obligations of ISU employees and staff in this regard, employees and staff should contact the Compliance Office in the ISU Athletic Department.
No ISU employee (whether paid or a volunteer) shall knowingly influence others to furnish the NCAA or an ISU investigator/compliance officer false or misleading information concerning an individual's involvement in or knowledge of matters relevant to a possible violation of an NCAA regulation. Failure to abide by this term of employment shall constitute unethical conduct as defined by the NCAA and may result in immediate suspension and/or termination of the employment relationship with ISU.
Advanced Welder Small Kettle
Advanced Welder Small Kettle
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Date: Jun 12, 2019
Location: Jackson, MS, US, 39272
Company: Dover Corporation
Unified Brands is a leader in professional foodservice equipment design, manufacturing and service. With an extensive portfolio of premium branded product lines to include Groen, Randell, Avtec, A la Cart and Power Soak, Unified Brands offers foodservice operators the essential equipment needed to support the varied menus of today's commercial kitchens. With an emphasis on custom fabrication and comprehensive foodservice preparation solutions, Unified Brands is a single source for cooking equipment, Sous Vide/cook-chill production, refrigeration, ventilation, utility distribution, conveyor, continuous motion washing, and meal delivery systems – with the ease of a single integrated business platform for sales, support, service, manufacturing and business operations.
POSITION: Advanced Welder-MS
Reports to: Production Supervisor Department: Manufacturing
Classification: Hourly Division: Jackson
EEOC Class: 6 – Craft Workers
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES:
Must be proficient using TIG and MIG processes.
Must be able to perform all functions of the basic welder classification.
Must be able to work from verbal instructions, prints, or work orders.
Required to setup equipment, prepare surfaces to be welded and weld parts.
Must be able to use hand tools such as grinders, portable spot welder, hammers, screw drivers, vise clamps, fixtures and jigs, etc.
Must be able to read and layout parts to complex prints and plan details of working procedure.
Must be able to perform complex welds, such as but not limited to welds for cavity welds and non-pressure boilers.
May perform additional duties as assigned by the department supervisor.
Must have prompt and regular attendance.
Keep work area clean, neat and orderly.
Maintain inventory of parts used in area.
Must report all accidents/injuries to department supervisor immediately.
Follow all safety rules, policies and procedures
Train basic welders.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Must have basic math skills.
Must be able to read blueprints and layout part to prints.
Must have good hand-eye coordination.
Must be able to demonstrate ability to weld complex welds
Must have TIG experience and pass internal welding test
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
- A high school diploma or GED is required
12 – 33%
34 – 66%
67 – 100%
WORKING CONDITION: General plant environment
Note: The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by team members, and are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties, and skills required of team members so classified. Furthermore, they do not establish a contract for employment and are subject to change as the discretion of the employer
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability, age, genetic information, or any other factors prohibited by law.
This position may be located in: Americas : United States : Mississippi : Jackson
Sub Division : UB Jackson
Job Requisition ID : 28938
Inspect all lifting equipment prior to use (forklifts, cranes, monorails, chains, slings, etc)
Sweep ash from the kettle on a continual basis and store ash in barrels for later use
Inspect all material before galvanizing to ensure material meets all Sabre Safety guidelines and procedures
Ensure all galvanized products meet Sabre quality requirements, minimize downtime, and promote efficiency and uptime
Knowledge of general safety guidelines and Sabre's quality expectations and application in the work place
Safely performs each and every step of the pretreatment process
Maintain safe and efficient kettle temperatures and kettle zinc levels at all times
Add zinc and other alloys to the kettle as necessary in order to maintain proper levels and proper quality of product
Maintains proper housekeeping and kettle maintenance
Dross kettle (remove sludge) on a predetermined schedule according to Sabre guidelines
Runs, maneuvers, navigates or operate heavy equipment or mechanized equipment in kettle area, such as cranes/overhead cranes
Inform Kettle Lead of any quality concerns and/or maintenance problems.
Actively seeks and supports continuous improvement activities in process efficiencies, costs and effectiveness of work
Additional duties as assigned
Experience using cranes highly preferred
Prior experience in a manufacturing facility highly preferred
Must be able to lift up to 75 pounds on a regular basis
Must be able to perform physical activities that require considerable use of arms and legs and moving entire body, such as climbing, lifting, balancing, walking, stooping, bending, twisting and handling of materials
Must be able to work in an outside manufacturing environment for long shifts, including weekends.
Position requires manual dexterity, arm-hand steadiness and a safety-minded individual
Must be able to work in an open environment exposed to extreme temperatures
Must have the ability to concentrate on tasks for long periods of time and be able to observe and receive information from all relevant sources
Ability to pay attention to details and multi-task in a fast paced work environment
Good communication skills, including speaking and understanding English
Ability to identify, define and resolve problems
High School Diploma or GED Equivalent preferred
Ability to speak and comprehend English
Must be able to obtain SG Crane/Forklift Certification
- 7pm - 7am Rotating Shifts #CB
IOL Tumble Polish Operator IOL Tumble Polish Operator IOL Tumble Polish Operator
IOL Tumble Polish Operator
IOL Tumble Polish Operator
IOL Tumble Polish Operator Ontario, CA
Thrive on innovation at a global technology leader. Develop exciting solutions in a diverse, stable work environment that's focused on the future. Join us in a modern work environment with an open and inspiring culture and colleagues!
1.Separate lenses from beads, wash and inspect all tumbled lenses after tumble cycle has been completed.
2.Perform process per MSOP requirements.
3.In-process inspection according to QCOP.
4.Communicate to department lead of any problems or questions.
5.Proper documentation of all required documents.
6.Work closely with others.
Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.
Ability to speak, read and write English (speak Spanish a plus)
High school diploma or general education degree (GED); or one to three months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measures, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals.
Ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, ability to effectively communicate with other employees, leads, and Supervisors.
Able to work with people.
Able to work in a production environment.
Must be able to use a microscope.
At ZEISS we encourage creative thinking and innovation. We work in dynamic and interdisciplinary teams and offer individual development perspectives as well as flexibility in organizing your work. We care about our employees and take particular responsibility for improving society and preserving our environment. These core values have shaped our corporate culture at ZEISS for over 170 years.
Help us shape the future!
The application process takes less than 10 minutes, we look forward to receiving your application.
Mill Operator 1 - Flotation Operator
Coeur Mining, Inc. is a well-diversified growing precious metals producer with five operations in North America. Coeur's wholly-owned operations include the Palmarejo silver-gold complex in Mexico, the Silvertip silver-zinc-lead mine in British Columbia, the Rochester silver-gold mine in Nevada, the Kensington gold mine in Alaska, and the Wharf gold mine in South Dakota. In addition, the Company owns the La Preciosa project in Mexico, a silver-gold exploration stage project. Coeur also conducts numerous exploration activities in North and South America. Coeur's headquarters are located in Chicago, IL.
The Coeur Silvertip mine located in British Columbia, just 10 miles south of the Yukon border is seeking a Flotation Operator to work in a camp-based environment rotating on a two week in/two week out shift rotation.
If you are motivated by unique challenges, change, working in a remote location and work-life balance with the flexibility of a rotational schedule, this opportunity is for you!
The Flotation Operator within the Mill Operations Department reporting to the Mill Supervisor.
Responsible for maintaining mill metal recoveries and concentrate grades in a three-stage flotation process (Silver and Lead, Zinc, and Pyrite);
Operation of Ball/SAG mills, Pumps, Conveying systems, Crushers, Filters, Thickeners, Compressors, Blowers, Flotation Circuit, Tailings Circuit, Overhead cranes and light equipment;
Perform pre-operational checks, and operate equipment according to Safe Operating Procedures;
Monitor equipment and processes and ensure equipment deficiencies and operational issues are reported clearly;
Conduct troubleshooting activities when problems arise;
Complete Operator Report Sheets and Daily Log Books;
In conjunction with a second float operator, the float operator will be expected to maintain a clean circuit and to man the control room. Teamwork is expected, as is documentation of circuit checks.
Three (3) years' experience in Lead and Zinc flotation;
Experience operating other circuits such as Crushing and Grinding in a flotation plant;
Valid driver's license;
Mining, Oil and Gas or Heavy Industrial experience is preferred;
Strong problem-solving, teamwork and ability to develop and foster strong working relationships;
Strong sense of integrity, ethics and desire to positively impact the environment;
Strong communication skills, written and verbal;
Ability to work with a diverse cross-cultural workforce.
At Coeur, we PROTECT our people, places and planet, DEVELOP quality resources, growth and plans, and DELIVER impactful results through teamwork. To become a part of our team and to work together to tackle challenges head-on apply www.coeur.com/company/careers for this position.
Job Family:Plant Production
Work Shift:A Su-Th (United States of America)
Plan batches needed to meet the daily production schedule and calculate pounds of cheese and cream blend
Use current batching techniques for designated product. Document batch sizes and ingredients needed.
Adjust set pump temperature to maintain designated cheese temperature in kettles and surge tanks.
Store batching ingredients in their designated location and maintain these areas to GMP standards.
Operate the batching room panel, set pump controls, the packaging room panel, the 2 oz. machine panel, the Hydrite CIP panel.
Enter the correct inventory data utilizing the OPM system.
Operate forklift & walk lift to stage correct ingredients for producing product.
Complete all data entry associated with equipment settings, products produced and work performed,
Provide a detailed pass down to oncoming relief.
Additional duties may include but are not limited to start ups, CIP, COP and various cleaning functions.
Utilize 2-way radios communicating with various personnel assuring consistent product flow.
Stage ingredients as scheduled and maintain separation of allergens. Lifting of 50 lb bags is expected
Remove all ingredients from room and store in designated areas before CIP program starts.
Complete Master Sanitation Schedule on time.
Attendance is an essential function.
Perform preventive maintenance as required.
Complete other tasks as assigned by leader on duty
Perform general labor duties as required.
Qualifying positions offer:
A 401(k) plan that includes up to an 6 percent Schreiber match and has been recognized as Best-in-Class for companies with 5,000-plus employees.
Competitive medical, prescription drug, dental and vision benefits without a waiting period, including second-opinion medical consultation with specialists
Wellness resources, including a fitness reimbursement program and access to an interactive personalized online wellness program
Paid vacation and holidays
Professional growth and development opportunities through training and our Education Assistance Program
Exciting opportunities. New challenges every day. A chance to make a difference -- and work with great people. That's life at Schreiber Foods.
Take the next step in your career by applying your knowledge and skills at Schreiber... where you'll experience more opportunities, more rewards, more teamwork and be an essential ingredient in the company's success.
To learn more about Schreiber Foods, please visit our website at www.schreiberfoods.com
An Equal Opportunity Employer, all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.
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Equipment Operator I
HOW TO APPLY:
Submit a Resume and Cover Letter during the announcement period listed above to:
ATTN: Carlene Smith
900 N Stiles Ave, Ste 200
Oklahoma City, OK 73104-3234
Review of documents will begin immediately
This position is located at Robbers Cave SP, Wilburton, OK.
- Cover Letter must include an accurate address and telephone number, as well as the title of the position for which you are applying.
Pursuant to 21 O.S. – 481, Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department (OTRD) avoids hiring relatives of individuals already employed by OTRD. The OTRD Nepotism Policy (P121) is strictly enforced, therefore, managers are strongly discouraged from hiring immediate family members. Please indicate on your application or cover letter if you have any relatives or friends that are employed at OTRD.
TO BE CONSIDERED:
Any individual may apply for an unclassified posting.
Cover letter and resume must be postmarked by closing date on the job announcement.
OTRD is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Reasonable accommodation to individuals with disabilities may be provided upon request.
EQUIPMENT OPERATOR (5529)
Under immediate supervision, performs work of a semiskilled to skilled nature in the operation of trucks and light equipment.
These positions perform routine work ranging from semiskilled to skilled in operation of a variety of equipment such as trucks, buses, tractors, forklifts, mowers and edgers and other light equipment. They may also provide functional supervision to laborers performing routine work. This class differs from a Senior Equipment Operator in that only a limited amount of experience or training is required in order to operate the equipment safely and efficiently.
EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED:
Drives trucks and buses to transport materials, trash, merchandise, equipment and/or employees; may load and unload truck assisted by others; makes minor mechanical repairs and keeps the truck clean and in good working order; lubricates the moving parts or wearing surfaces of mechanical equipment.
Drives a wheeled tractor, pulling rollers or sweeper brooms; drives tractor power mowers; operates an asphalt kettle up to 600 gallon capacity; operates compressor equipment driving jackhammers; operates tail grader; operates batch plant; operates mud jack; operates pneumatic demolition hammer.
Acts as relief operator on loaders.
Maintains records of pickups and deliveries.
Operates a fork lift when receiving, shipping or moving merchandise.
Supervises a small group of laborers performing a task of very routine nature.
Performs related work as required and assigned.
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:
Knowledge of the operation and maintenance of light power equipment.
Skill in operating equipment; and in following oral and written instructions.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Six (6) months of experience in the operation of trucks and light equipment; OR
An equivalent combination of education and experience.
Applicants must be willing and able to fulfill all job-related travel normally associated with this position.
Some positions may require possession of a valid Oklahoma Commercial Driver's License, Class A or B with appropriate endorsements referenced in United State Department of Transportation Title 47, Chapter 6, Section 101 et seq., at the time of appointment.
Some positions may require applicants to take and pass a drug test prior to appointment. These tests will be administered through the appointing agency. This requirement is referenced in 49 Code of Federal Regulation, parts 40 and 382.
Veteran's preference points apply only for initial appointment in the classified service.
Closes: July 11, 2019
Avista has a rewarding and challenging opportunity for a Control Operator in Kettle Falls, WA. This is a position with career potential in renewable energy. The Control Operator is responsible for the start-up, operation and shutdown of one GE 53MW biomass steam plant and one 7MW Solar Combined Cycle Turbine using computerized monitoring devices, electrical switchgear and related auxiliary equipment in a safe and efficient manner from a central control room.
What's in it for you?
Industry stability and innovative company culture. We anticipate upgrades to our infrastructure and growth over the next several years offering employees new challenges in the field of renewable energy.
Beautiful geography with plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy in the area.
Competitive wages and generous benefits.
Supportive team environment with opportunities for advancement.
At least five years in steam plant operations with control room experience.
The ability to work 12-hour rotating shifts.
Military experience may be translatable.
Must exhibit a capacity to handle stress and operating contingencies.
Other combinations of education/experience may be considered.
Complete an online application and attach your resume and cover letter to your profile. All documents must be attached to your application at the time of submitting your application for review. No documents can be attached after you click "Submit".
Pre-employment screening requirements
Employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a drug test, background check and motor vehicle records review.
This position is considered safety-sensitive under the Department of Transportation regulations 49 CFR Part 40 and may be subject to pre-employment drug and/or alcohol testing as well as other testing and training requirements as mandated by federal law.
Control Operator must live within 25 miles or 30 minutes of headquarters.
Avista's Commitment to Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action
Avista is committed to the goal of Equal Opportunity Employment and Affirmative Action. All qualified applicants will be considered regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, age, sensory, mental or physical disability (unless based upon a bona fide occupational qualification), Veteran status or any other classification protected by nondiscrimination law.
Please view Equal Employment Opportunity Posters provided by OFCCP here. Avista will make reasonable accommodation to assist a qualified person with a disability in the job application, interview process, and to perform the essential functions of the job whenever possible, where undue hardship would not be created for Avista. Please let us know if you would like assistance.
Machine Operator Iii-Mopiii
A Place to Build Your Future
Hearthside Foods Solutions, the food industry's largest contract manufacturer, has openings for commercial kitchen cooks. If working in a fast-paced, world-class production environment interests you, Hearthside is a great opportunity.
Hearthside is a new kind of food company, and the industry's largest contract manufacturer. You won't find our logo on store shelves, but our passion for quality and efficiency is evident in every product we make.
Founded in 2009, today we operate 38 production facilities in eight states, employing over 10,000 people. In an industry growing at 2%, we made the Inc. 500 Fastest Growing Companies list three straight years. With fast growth comes opportunity, for our company and our employees. Our customers are some of the world's finest food companies.
Hearthside Foods offers health, 401k, dental, and vision insurance.
Mahine Operator III/Cook Job Expectations:
Locate and prepare all equipment, tools and raw materials needed for the production run; ensure line/ingredients are set up properly at the beginning of shift and proper scales are available for use; perform pre-operational checks on all equipment and tools; remove all water from steam lines before initiating.
Verify cooking temperatures of liquids on the batch sheets being used; record weights and lot codes of ingredients being used per batch made.
Verify solids on product after proper cook times and temperatures have been achieved.
Partner with Cook Assistant and other Kitchen staff to manually measure, weigh and load ingredients into appropriate cooking devices; assist with unloading mixed product to selected tables.
Record any down time and escalate any issues/problems to Lead or Supervisor; accurately complete and submit necessary documentation as requested.
Visually inspect product and remove non-conforming product from the kettles and/or mixers prior to use if needed.
Prevent any and all raw materials from falling on the floor; follow established Food Safety guidelines to ensure raw materials are secured from contamination; ensure raw material to be returned to the Warehouse is properly secured and staged.
Monitor and remove scrap from the production area to keep area clean and free of congestion.
Assist with other production-related duties as directed by supervision or management.
Required Qualifications & Experience:
Education equivalent to completion of High School
English speaking or bi-lingual
Demonstrated positive interpersonal skills
Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively and project a positive image
1 -- 2 years of manufacturing experience to include machine operation
Must have a working knowledge of established food safety regulations and good manufacturing practices, high-speed packaging operations and the ability to differentiate product or materials lot codes and an ability to count carton and case quantities, or material usage requirements
Strong mechanical aptitude and working knowledge of electricity and safe machine operations
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