This is accomplished by connecting hoses to truck and loading valves and opening valves. A pump is used for transfer of material Replenish chemicals in polishing towers. The tower is drained with a pump of spent solution and cleaned chemically by circulating cleaning solution with a pump. The bottom hand hole is removed to allow residue to be taken out.
The tower is filled with water and chemicals. Chemicals are added manually Fill cylinders for use in electronic industry. Cylinders are emptied of residual by opening valve and them vacuumed with a vacuum pump 12 at a time. Once vacuumed the fill process includes connecting pigtail to cylinder, purging the pigtail three times and opening cylinder valve.
A pump is used for filling Analyze product for conformance with detector tubes, GC and oxygen analyzer. The cylinder is connected to the sample line. The sample line is purge by opening and closing cylinder valve 8- 10 times. The test take approximately ten minutes Unload and load cylinders onto trucks. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals.
Ability to compute rate, ratio and percent and to draw and interpret bar graphs Ability to apply commonsense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations Ability to operate drill presses, saws, and other fabrication equipment Ability to perform mathematical computations Ability to communicate both orally and in writing.
Safely operate forklift, hand-truck, pallet-jack, chain hoist, etc. Complete truck manifest May be required to weigh cylinders May be required to perform the dock stock responsibilities May be required to adjust cylinder distribution if inventory is low May inspect cylinders prior to filling, using standard operating procedures May remove and replace labels The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an associate to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions While performing the duties of this job, the associate is regularly required to stand, walk, and sit while making deliveries; use hands to finger, handle, or feel while making deliveries; reach with hands and arms; talk to or hear customers; and smell leaking gas from cylinders.
The associate is occasionally required to climb or balance. The associate must regularly lift up to 75 pounds and move more than pounds with the aid of material handling equipment. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close, distance and color vision; depth perception and ability to adjust focus.
Operate the plant without supervision; including shift work and weekends Maintain production logs, reports, and filing Must be able to recognize significant events and communicate operating conditions Make repairs as necessary Make adjustments in operations to correct for changes in production Mix process solutions and maintain scrubber towers Fill bulk trailers Perform final product testing and complete paperwork Unload ammonium nitrate car and perform product tests Assist in major repairs as required Maintain work area in a neat and clean manner housekeeping, safety Receive freight shipments Maintain parts inventory, monthly chemical inventory, and maintenance records General maintenance - including plumbing, welding, electrical and mechanical work Must be able to troubleshoot equipment High school diploma or equivalent required years of technical training preferred Must possess a thorough knowledge of all plant equipment and processes.
Repairs air conditioning, heating, plumbing, plumbing, and electrical systems as required Must be able to stand and work as long as 12 hours in different positions Must be able to work outdoors and endure temperature and extreme weather Must be able to lift objects up to 80lbs Must be able to climb, kneel, crouch within confined areas including quipment, crawl and attic spaces. Ensuring safe and efficient operation of the gas plant by quickly identifying and correcting operational problems Minimizing down time and managing operating costs Ensuring all activities are performed in a safe manner fully compliant with regulatory permits and programs Ensuring full compliance to safety and environmental programs as required for a PSM facility Managing daily reports Scheduling NGL sales Other operational services as needed.
Ability to work with skilled and unskilled personnel within the Facility Services Department Good oral and written communication skills, ability to follow instructions and express ideas effectively and concisely Accessible and available in the event of emergencies or when needed to meet the ongoing missions of the Facility Services Department Performs annual maintenance overhauls on boilers including entering boiler firebox, water drum, breeching and flue to clean off soot and deposits Takes directions from and assists the Lead Boiler Operator as required Monitors running equipment, reads and records log entries; i.
One year experience in oil and gas production operations preferred Working knowledge of the oil and gas industry Execute startup, shut down and operating procedures for compressors, furnaces, distillation towers, expanders, electric motors, fans, pumps, instrumentation, valves and alarms Coordinate and oversee the transfer of liquid products Work outside in variable environmental conditions around heavy equipment. In depth knowledge of steam and hot water generating boilers and integrated auxiliary equipment Ability to use hand tools effectively.
Ability to keep accurate, legible and orderly logs and records Considerable knowledge of all aspects of repair and maintenance of gas and oil fired boilers and other auxiliary power plant mechanical equipment Ability to use both local and central automated control systems Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing Demonstrated experience in the operation and maintenance of power plant and related equipment.
Reads work schedules and determines sequence of operations Operates plant according to production schedule using appropriate materials Monitor material operation to ensure quality of mix Oversee truck scales and the loading of the trucks. Knowledge of concrete products, batching ready mix, and trucking preferred DOT and ACI certifications preferred, or willingness to obtain Familiarity of Command Alkon system desired Must have basic math skills Requires strong computer skills Must have strong verbal and written communication skills.
Also liaise with the Product Handler team on a daily basis with regard to seed storage and selection Monitor and control quality parameters with online and laboratory data, make necessary process adjustments to ensure that product quality is assured.
Primary work area will be outside operator. Inspect and maintain facilities as assigned to include but not limited to, pipe, compressor stations, company vehicle and equipment used to conduct daily job duties On call for areas of responsibility on a rotating basis Maintain working knowledge of regulatory requirements, OSHA, DOT, etc document required regulatory activities Plan, organize, and prioritize assigned responsibilities, and work independently Liaison between Energy Transfer and outside entities i.
Oil and operated pumps, motors and auxiliary equipment and clean condensers, water filters, and oil filters as required Obtain moderate proficiency in Control Room Operator's duties. Relieve Control Room Operator for short periods of time Test and treat boiler water, cooling water, demineralized water, etc.
Normally works the rotating shift schedule. Proficient in equipment, mechanical, and operational logic. Responsible for own personal safety at all times as well as maintaining the highest standard of safety and quality in all aspects of the job. To support and help one another To take on new challenges Must follow all safety policies, procedures and rules Run the asphalt plant and provide proper material to internal and external customers Maintain the plant and keep everything running and in good condition Monitor energy usage and material usage Develop understanding of incoming and outgoing materials with respect to aggregate, liquid asphalt and hot mix asphalt Understand quality control processes and ideas Previous asphalt plant experience is preferred Must be able to work seasonally and have flexibility to work weekends and evenings during the season Road construction industry experience a plus Computer experience preferred : MS Office or greater with the ability to perform basic formulas in Excel Ability to lift at least 46 pounds with or without assistance.
Candidate will be expected to operate equipment with a high degree of competence, skill and proficiency. Performs start-up and shutdown procedures and monitors feed and materials flow and equipment settings throughout assigned responsibility area paying special attention to monitoring equipment and making adjustments as required to maximize production and to provide a quality product Will be required to perform other duties as assigned by supervisor, i. Stand, sit, and walk Use hands and arms to handle equipment Climb stairs Climb Ladders for 25 ft Stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl to service equipment Enter confined spaces Wear half facemask respirator Wear dust mask.
Inspection and maintenance of treatment system equipment both inside the treatment facility and off-facility at pump locations Water treatment experience Understanding of process controls Lives locally. Need to have seed training from the quality lab Need to have good math skills Need to be able to work closely with others and be able to direct the actions of others Ability to work in a constant state of alertness and safe manner. Ability to understand and comply with company policies and Standard Operating Procedures SOPs Ability to learn, understand, and follow safety requirements and the use of personal protective equipment Mechanical aptitude and familiarity working with mechanical equipment Ability to learn, diagnose, and repair automotive and mechanical equipment Ability to learn and utilize diagnostic equipment i.
Incumbent should be able to stand, walk, or sit for extended periods of time; grip, climb vertical access ladders, reach, shovel, squat, crawl, or pull, push, as well as, bend and lift 50 pounds Incumbent must be able to work in outdoor weather conditions of heat and cold. The employee may be subject to wearing a respirator Employee must be able to work required overtime which may include hours of up to or beyond Knowledge of the area and ability to lift 60 lbs required Must be able to work overtime if necessary Must have basic computer experience This is a union position under Local Union Benefits, retirement plans, and PTO are underlined in the union contract currently in place.
Contractual concessions and renewals of such contracts are established between Local Union and Airgas every three years. Current knowledge of D. High School Diploma is required Performs duties safely, responsibly and proficiently Able to learn and understand work rules, safety rules and plant operating procedures Able to communicate with other employees for the purpose of reporting problems with equipment and receiving assignment procedures. Five years commercial power plant experience or seven years of military experience operating power plants Candidates will be required to demonstrate, through an oral review, a strong understanding of power plant dynamics, thermodynamic and heat transfer applications, and a thorough understanding of electrical theory and application Control room operator experience Do you have a working knowledge of the following; material handling conveyers, air compressor, boilers, steam turbines, and pollution control equipment, breaker, switch gear equipment?
Do you have experience with switching and tagging procedures? Controls flow and processing of sewage Monitors control panels and adjusts valves and gates manually or by remote control to regulate flow of sewage Observes variations in operating conditions and interprets meter and gauge readings, and tests results to determine load requirements Maintains log of operations and records meter and gas readings Gives directions to wastewater treatment-plant attendants and sewage-disposal workers in performing routine operations and maintenance May collect sewage sample, using dipper or bottle and conduct laboratory tests, using testing equipment, such as colorimeter May operate and maintain power-generating equipment to provide steam and electricity for plant.
Coordinates with inventory control regarding reagents and stored waste Inspects machines and equipment to ensure specific operation and optimum utilization Off-loading of trucks and unloading of waste. Operates equipment to stabilize and handle waste Ensure samples get to the lab in a timely manner Ensure decontamination of vehicles before leaving unloading pad Prepares documentation for certification of treatment May act as waste transfer agent. High School diploma or GED certificate is required.
Associate Degree in process technology discipline is preferred Experience working in a team environment is a must Familiarity with an industrial environment is highly desirable Effective verbal communication skills is a plus Physical work environment is occasionally outdoors with exposure to varying degrees of hot and cold environments Must be able to safely perform the essential functions of the job without posing a direct threat to the safety of his or her own self, or the safety of others Able to lift approximately lbs.
Hazards required the use of personal protective equipment i. One to two years of Operating experience Experience with Microsoft Office is preferred Knowledge of safety regulations and procedures associated with gas plant operations. Responsible for the operation, maintenance of all utility systems and associated subsystem equipment within the Genentech, Hillsboro Oregon facility Support the maintenance, operation and repair of all systems, subsystems, and equipment within the Genentech, Hillsboro Oregon facility Provide support to engineering and operations in the testing, operation and maintenance of Fill Finish manufacturing and support equipment Ensure all assigned equipment and associated subsystems are maintained in the following manner.
Operates, troubleshoots and corrects problems with the CUP equipment such as steam boilers, chillers, air compressors, cooling towers, and pumps responding to alarm conditions as applicable Works with steam systems e. Excel, Word, Outlook, etc. Perform minor vehicle repairs Installing shelves, window blinds, etc Laying or removing floor tiles Clean maintenance tags Clean up spills Rearrange offices Clean fire fighting equipment Change light bulbs Assists with set-up and tear down of meeting rooms Perform audits.
Able to climb, ok with heights up to ft Able to lift 55lbs Willingness to follow safety rules and become a safety champion Able to prioritize and execute on tasks in a timely manner. Best Qualified. Candidates in this category possess exceptional skills and experience to exceed well above the minimum requirements for the announced position Highly Qualified. Candidates in this category possess good skills and experience above the minimum requirements for the announced position Qualified.
Candidates in this category meet the minimum experience requirements for the announced position. Also may direct lower graded employees High School diploma or equivalent G. D Must have intermediate computer skills such as, opening and closing files, data-entry, creating and modifying spreadsheets and word documents, saving files, sending and receiving emails with attachments, etc Must pass Work Keys Test and pre-qualifying written and practical exam s as applicable Qualification by WG Plants Experience - Must have a minimum of 18 months of experience as a Plant Operator III or equivalent work experience Experience must include responsibility for independently executing and documenting maintenance and repair activities, including troubleshooting.
Must first successfully complete all mandated WG training, annual plant training, and must pass the Plant Grade 7A qualification test Must be proficient at maintenance, repair and operation of industrial equipment and systems Must have a working knowledge of machinery and equipment used in Plant, Gate Station, and Gas Conditioning facilities Equivalent experience is defined as seven years of experience to include scheduling, executing, documenting, and leading maintenance and repair activities, including independent troubleshooting and root cause failure analysis.
Relevant Power Station experience or a relevant track record of operating on a large process plant preferred but full training will be provided to the successful candidate Have good communication skills, both written and verbal Act under own initiative and within competence to carry out duties assigned to them showing due regard to Safety, quality and Station standing instructions Ability and desire to undertake training The potential and ambition to progress to Unit Controller level Provide evidence of demonstrating the Drax values of Honest, Energised, Achieving Together in your previous working roles.
Reads and acquaints his self with operating manuals, procedures, standing instructions and plant operating parameters and ensures compliance with same during routine and non- routine job Performs related duties and special projects as assigned. Operate and perform lubrication and inspection of boilers and turbine auxiliary equipment Operate ash and mill pyrite equipment Perform daily inspections and rounds of equipment Perform equipment isolation and tagging Assist in troubleshooting operational problems Ability to perform the duties of the position in a safe manner Apply knowledge of steam power plant operations and basic power plant principles to daily decision-making and work tasks Operate computers and printers Discern and respond to verbal and auditory signals from operating system Work without supervision inspection while carrying out duties Knowledge of and ability to operate various switches and the effect it has on operation Meet Physical requirements of the job such as perform tasks while standing, walking, climbing and squatting.
Work with extended reach above head and in front of body and lift 50 pounds and carry while walking distances up to 10 feet Post-secondary education in the power generation field Prior experience in the power generation operations; Military experience related to power generation is also acceptable Successful completion of the NRG Skills Assessment Exam Successful completion of the Power Plant Operator Knowledge Exam Understanding of basic electrical theory Average problem solving skills.
Participates in daily THINK meetings plus weekly safety meetings Follows the Asphalt Best Practice Groundman Training Manual daily Schedules and ensures timely delivery of oil, fuel, aggregates and supplies to the plant Responsible for plant production of materials and ensures for the efficient working condition of the plant Ensures that all assigned equipment is properly maintained. Must have good depth perception and coordination to operate machine controls Basic knowledge of plant operations, conveyors, motors, and basic mechanical and electrical skills required Welding, cutting and fabricating skill required.
Natural Gas Plant work is subject to hazardous conditions including escaping gas, adverse weather conditions, extreme temperatures, heights, high-pressure gas lines, heavy lifting, and cramped conditions. Basic computer skills Ability to read comprehend and apply information in operating and equipment manuals Routinely reacts to visual and other signals, including alarms and instructions, and is required to visually inspect work Knowledge of an interface system such as Delta V. Operate sand processing plant and auxiliary units Maintain switch house equipment and assists with plant inspections and in repair and maintenance of plant equipment as required Comply with all Safety, Health, Environmental and other Company policies, procedures and requirements.
Assist in changing of screens when required Shut down specific machinery as required or shut down entire plant machinery in the event of an emergency Assist in cleaning and lubrication of equipment as required Frequently lift 10 pounds; occasionally lift up to 50 pounds. Close all bins and assure all conveyors are running properly Start all plant conveying equipment using push button controls Open pit mining operations and aggregate products experience.
Visually observe and monitor gauges and of all equipment while in operation to maintain proper flow of material on belts, crushers and screens Stop equipment immediately when any blockages occur and obtain assistance when required Maintain communications with all other operators. Monitoring and carrying out daily plant inspections on the various work fronts of the fixed plant operations, and report any defects found during inspections Working across all streams, including sampling, conveyors, operating pumps and screens, the train unload station and ship loader Monitoring all stockpiles for oversize or contaminant and taking appropriate action Working mostly outdoors in hot, humid and challenging environmental conditions including occasionally working at heights and in confined spaces Working without direct supervision and demonstrating a strong commitment to safety in order to achieve a workplace target of zero injuries and incidents Prior experience in operating and inspecting fixed plant equipment.
Must obtain and possess an Unlimited Boiler Operating License from the City of Los Angeles Must be able to read and write and perform basic math Mechanical and electrical aptitude and plant operating knowledge Operate Forklift, hand tools, test equipment and other equipment as required. GED or equivalent Ability to obtain second 2nd Class Boiler License within one 1 year from date of hire Four 4 years of mechanical experience, including boiler operation Basic understanding of steam generation and HVAC theory Ability to read blueprints, use and interpret repair manuals, operate power and hand tools, and use a variety of calibration devices and meters.
Operate all plant equipment and systems in a safe and efficient manner Maintain plant operating equipment and the premises in a clean and orderly manner Record all reading and logs required to ensure proper operation of all plant equipment Install, repair and maintain mechanical, electrical, electronic and pneumatic equipment including metering, instrumentation and controls Maintain records on equipment as required Report all unusual, improper or unsafe conditions to the direct supervisor Perform other duties as assigned by the supervisor.
Pneumatic railcar unloading Operate forklift Operate company truck to facilitate shipping and receiving operation of bulk goods Moving bags of raw materials for the extruders Maintains supplies of materials Housekeeping; clears out trash boxes and waste and scrap Blending product by following specific instructions Completes requires paperwork during and at end of shift Interaction with various tractor trailer drivers Conduct periodic and scheduled maintenance hoses, oils, tools Monitors inventory Perform snow removal around plant and railcars as needed Perform duties and tasks in a manner consistent with the Business Responsibilities of an Imerys employee Personal involvement in safety programs and objectives.
Operating the Control Room in the Steam Plant Operating the boilers and related equipment Drawing water samples and performs chemical tests on the samples Adjusting chemical feed rates Starting and stopping the boilers and pumps Monitoring equipment Must obtain or possess an Unlimited Boiler Operating License from the City of Los Angeles Mechanical and electrical aptitude, computer skills and Plant operating knowledge are desirable The ability to read, write and perform basic math.
Certified Backside operators. Responsible for daily maintenance and operations of Air Liquide Biogas facility in Conley, GA Basic writing skills, spelling and punctuation, legible letters and numbers Work experience in an industrial environment Climb, stop, turn, lift and pull 75 lbs. Willing and able to respond to call-outs and work overtime as needed Familiarity with computers to allow data input and self-directed computer based training Strong commitment to compliance Previous ammonia or chemical plant operations experience Familiarity with DCS, PLC or SCADA controls Experience with water treatment, boiler operations and mechanical repair Technical school training Industrial Plant Operations or Process Technology or relevant college degree.
Maintain an understanding of monthly production targets and progress Able to communicate clearly and concisely with foremen, maintenance personnel, other operators and senior staff. Operates a two way radio and follows instructions given. Inspect work areas with regard to safety and housekeeping and report any deficiencies to supervisor immediately Perform minor preventive maintenance operations Maintain cleanup of assigned area at all times Monitor production of products Maintain an open line of communications with the QC Technician to timely and effectively identify issues and alert the plant management team Help to ensure production of quality products Monitor operation of moving equipment and report mechanical problems to supervisor immediately Submit daily reports as required Follow all safety rules and regulations Physically fit to handle lifting 50 lbs.
Learn and adhere to utilities management systems Work on a crew covering a qualified post within an operating area Perform preventative maintenance and troubleshooting to maintain our process equipment Four or more years of utilities plant operating experience in the oil and gas, power plant or pulp and paper industry 4th class power engineering certificate or higher You collaborate with others in order to achieve the best results and deliver the most value You continually seek greater knowledge about the systems, processes and hazards in our workplace, in order to understand not just what you do but why you do it You constantly ask what could go wrong and check for out-of-the-ordinary conditions and learn to anticipate potential problems An exceptionally strong safety mindset Rewarding pension and savings plans.
Operating machines in the plant as the product goes through the cooking and skimming processes Driving forklifts and dumping trailers to get product into and out of the plant Basic clean-up duties to help maintain the safety and cleanliness of our facilities Forklift experience minimum 6 months is an asset Experience driving larger equipment is helpful but will train the right candidate Ability to drive a manual transmission Ability to stay physically active throughout the shift. Polisher units Operate a CIP system Adjust all equipment to meet production specifications Communicate with truck drivers professionally Load out WPC Load out Lactose Perform a safe and sanitary operation The requirements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by employee, but is not a complete list of responsibilities, duties, and skills required.
Other duties may be assigned as required Exhibit the values and ethics of Dairy Farmers of America through honesty, discretion, and sound judgment Attend required training, including but not limited to, Safety, GMP, Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point HACCP , and Safe Quality Foods SQF Participate in 5S and Leader Standard Work Programs Maintain safe working conditions for employees and compliance with all state and federal regulations regarding health and safety issues Dedicate effort to safety as we expect every employee to leave work in the same condition as they arrive Follow all DFA good manufacturing practices GMP and work in a manner consistent with all corporate regulatory, food safety, quality, and sanitation requirements Adhere to all DFA Quality, Safety and GMP policies and procedures and report any nonconformity.
Will consider alternate license Cover Letter List of References. Performs housekeeping and maintains a clean and safe working station Performs record-keeping requirements Must have valid Driver's License with acceptable driving record required. Work with Lead Plant Operator to establish procedures and practices to enhance operability of a process unit Ensures that proper documentation and reporting are accomplished in a timely manner Remains current in all regulatory initiatives; PSM, HAZOP, Emissions inventory, etc Minimum of 1 yr experience.
Journey-level experience operating, maintaining and repairing Central Utility and Combined Cycle Co-Generation Plant systems, pumps, piping, digital and pneumatic controls, i. Experience performing water chemistry analysis and making required chemical adjustments on multiple water heating and cooling systems Demonstrated experience reading and recording data such as equipment temperature, pressures and fluid levels.
Knowledge of: company standard practices, emergency plan, operating inspection, maintenance plan and all safety requirements; gas compression, water and oil tanks, natural gas engines and compressors, plant computer, and control equipment Ability lift items weighing up to 75 lbs. Fire rescue experience a plus. Ability to acquire Lock out tag out LOTO qualification and proficiency in all plant systems Ability to communicate effectively in speech and writing Ability to work with minimal supervision, following approved work methods and standard testing practices Ability to adjust and adapt across varied working conditions and evolving business needs.
Have extensive product, customer and equipment knowledge Positive attitude toward other employees, customers and supervisors Excellent work ethic - punctuality, accuracy and attendance Ability to work various hours including overtime. Possession of a current operator's license, either drinking water or waste water, in accordance with Florida Statute Ability to communicate effectively Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with others.
Maintain technical competence and demonstrate proficiency with all activities of Trainee. Participate in training towards becoming a fully qualified Cylinder Maintenance II Conduct all activities in a safe manner and maintain a clean and organized work area Maintain technical competence and demonstrate proficiency in all activities of maintaining high pressure cylinders in accordance with the G.
Working knowledge of oil and gas operations including a working knowledge of natural gas processing and oil stabilization equipment is required 1 year gas plant or oil stabilization facility operations experience preferred Execute startup, shut down and operating procedures for compressors, furnaces, distillation towers, electric motors, fans, pumps, instrumentation, valves and alarms Generate daily plant reports including liquid production, downtime and gas volumes. Maintain a safe and clean working environment, ensuring the equipment is kept Perform other duties as assigned by a member of the management team 1 year experience Can work independently when needed, while being a team player.
Able to conduct area and pre-shift inspections Know how and when to report unsafe conditions Proficient in Hazard recognition: Electrical, Guarding, Berming, and Mobile Equipment Operation and Inspection. Start mill Observe conveyor system to ensure continuous flow of material Stop conveyor and remove clogged material Observe operation of auxiliary equipment such as particle size classifiers, air slides, bag houses and dust collectors Advise the production foreman of operational problems Maintain plant cleanliness and housekeeping standards Maintain consistent level of raw materials in equipment to prevent starvation Shovel aggregate material from area to be repaired Manually stack lb bags on pallets Operate fixed and mobile equipment as necessary Load customer trucks Assist in the maintenance and repair of fixed equipment as necessary Comply with all safety, health, environmental and other policies, procedures and requirements Perform additional responsibilities as directed by supervisor.
Basic mathematical skills including the ability to interpret tanker calibration charts, convert of weight measurements, calculate product formulations, adjust product percent solids, etc Basic literary skills including the ability to read and comprehend instructions required to perform job function, to maintain batch sheets, log books and other job function forms and reports, to understand and express ideas verbally Basic computer skills in Microsoft applications eg.
Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus Employee must be able to use a full mask respirator. Inspects cylinders prior to filling, following standard procedures as required by government, Airgas, and distributor standards. Conducts a variety of Safety checks per procedures, such as odor tests, checking caps and valves. Completes quality control sheets as required Minimum of one year of prior experience in a manufacturing operation, filling or loading experience preferred Strong level of attention to detail Ability to add, subtracts, multiply, and divides in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals Ability to safely operate a forklift Able to smell and hear leaking gas from cylinders Minimal travel required Work space is one that contains moving mechanical parts and risk of electric shock.
Perform safety inspections Coordinate production and loading of aggregate Safety minded professional who demonstrates good performance and attendance Must have good depth perception and coordination to operate machine controls Demonstrated good computer skills Demonstrates strong written and oral communication skills Demonstrates organizational and time management skills Demonstrates ability to work and communicate well with Supervisors, Truck Drivers, Heavy Equipment Operators and other employees Must pass pre-employment physical exam and pre-employment controlled substance testing.
Mixes dried gypsum with bag plant system, utilizing small equipment such as forklift to move lb. Coordinates with other section in concern regarding process condition, productivity, product qualities, customer satisfaction. Supervise, review and monitor all aspects of operations and liaise closely with interfacing departments to ensure smooth and efficient operations and total reliability of the plant. Verify and review all current procedures for meeting operational objectives and recommend changes in procedures for the safe and efficient running of the plant.
Monitor any deviations in normal operations activities and troubleshoot operational problems in order to generate quick and prompt decisions making solutions to resolve operating problems and meet the shift production targets. Instruct operators regarding adjustments, verifications, or troubleshooting to be made on operation.
Monitoring and controlling process conditions of the plant and utility equipment through the use of DCS on rotation basis. Coordinates to the field operator the charging of catalyst, co- catalyst, additives, and other raw materials and chemicals to be needed in the operation. Instruct Field operators regarding adjustments, verifications, or troubleshooting to be made on operation.
Supervises the operation of Tank farm, Polymerization, Extrusion, and Utilities. Responsible in overseeing all process equipment status condition and parameters. Ensure manpower pooling and their safety in the plant. Supervises the charging of catalyst, co-catalyst, additives, and other raw materials and chemicals to be needed in the operation.
Ensure that the raw materials, chemicals and additives are on specification of the product and no contamination. Responsible in controlling and monitoring of all operations in the petrochemical plant through FIELD on rotation basis. Lined-up and carries out effectively start-up and normal shutdown procedures of equipment locally in accordance with the Work Instructions. Monitor and ensure process conditions of the plant and utility equipment in the field are running smoothly and properly.
Coordinates to the DCS Panel operator regarding the charging of catalyst, co-catalyst, additives, and other raw materials and chemicals to be needed in the operation. Coordinates to the DCS Panel operator regarding equipment to be work-on by maintenance personnel. Isolates process units prior to maintenance work. Coordinates with DCS Panel operators regarding adjustments, verifications, or troubleshooting to be made on operation.
Responsible in controlling and monitoring of all operations in blow molding, injection, filler, and caser machine on rotation basis. Ensure good quality of bottled drinking water and produce to the maximum of production by minimizing time loss. Monitor and ensure process conditions of the plant and utility equipment are running smoothly and properly.
Oversees production area including raw material, extrusion, winder, utilities, and primary slitter on shift basis. Maintain operational smoothly at the highest production rate. Edsa, Mandaluyong, MetroManila. Ensure adequate supplies of raw materials and equipment or to coordinate the flow of materials, tools, parts and processed goods within the plant.
Coordinate with plant engineers for scheduling of all materials, tools, parts needed in the project. Novolen Polypropylene Process 4 weeks training course Feb. This is to certify that the above statement is true and correct upon the best of my knowledge and belief. Sign in. Field Operator Maintenance Coordinator.
Contact this candidate. Resume: Blk. Roque Objective To be qualified on your needs as. Qualification Experienced in pre-commissioning, commissioning, successful start-up and normal operation of the petrochemical plant. Knowledge in operation of DCS, pumps, compressors, utilities, and other process equipment.
Familiar in tank farm, polymerization, distillation process, extrusion and utilities operation. Knowledge in using eDMS for uploading documents. Efficient in tank calculation.
Margret Barton. Chemical Plant Operator. Indiana Wesleyan University - Kokomo Campus. Create a Chemical Plant Operator Resume. To write great resume for chemical plant operator job, your resume must include: Your contact information Work experience Education Skill listing. Education on a Chemical Plant Operator Resume. Production - Building Isocyanate and Resin batches following batch sheet instructions. Filling containers and preparing them for shipment Truckwell - Loading and unloading tank trucks and railcars.
Truckwell - Loading and unloading tank trucks and railcars. Work from written, verbal or visual instructions Observe rate of speed and process to insure proper operation of plant equipment Check completed batches for compliance with formulation specifications Make minor mechanical adjustments or assess malfunctions and notify supervisor Observe and follow all safety related procedures while in the work environment Provides guidance and checks task completion of entry level operators to ensure they were properly don Performs all functions including the manufacture of finished goods within compliance of BASF, state, and federal requirements, including production, labeling, inspection and shipment of these shipments; responds to spills, so to contain and control materials safely on site; uses necessary safety equipment and personal protective equipment; participates in required training and drills.
Chemical Dependency Counselor Resume Sample. Work Experience. Professional Skills. Chemical Operator Resume Sample. Chemical Process Operator Resume Sample. Science Resume Sample. Research Science Resume Sample. Life Science Resume Sample. Chemical manufacturing experience desired but not required One-year experience in chemical manufacturing batch operations and a good knowledge batch processes desirable Must be able to work rotating shifts am to pm and pm to am Ability to follow directions, written and verbal Mechanical and computer aptitude.
Follow Standard Operating Procedures SOPs Efficiently operate equipment: adding materials at designated times and observing chemical reactions; monitor gauges, samples and recorders to ensure timely completion of quality batches per production schedule Adjust controls and valves to maintain systems at specified temperature, pressure and speed Maintain housekeeping at excellent levels, keeping the tanks, floor and reactor deck areas clean Required to operate a forklift in a safe manner Wear necessary safety equipment and follow company established Safety, Health and Environmental policies and procedures Possess a valid Driver's License Be able to pass the BASF Pre-Employment tests Experience in a chemical plant or manufacturing environment is a plus Possess intermediate computer skills Use computerized process system, Internet, email, etc.
An understanding and awareness of chemicals and their nature, hazards, safety and health issues etc. Must meet lifting requirements 55 lbs. Prepare chemical batches. Understand reaction, filtration, and adjustment process. Systems can be manual or PLC controlled. Batch production can include bulk bag, 50 lb bag or drum dumping. Calculate adjustments Operate reactors, scrubbers, heat exchangers, filter press or bowls, pumps, cooling towers and other equipment to support production process.
Stay with the process until completion Make good notes on worksheets: neat, clean and accurate Work in an orderly fashion. Receive workload from Production Lead and work diligently to complete the job Plan or seek fork for available time during workweek Develop a clear understanding of the goals for each process Be ready and willing to accept new assignments in other areas, if needs develop Observe and implement all safety and environmental rules Bring any discrepancies in process observations to the immediate attention of the Production Lead Follow procedures at all times Work well together with fellow employees Chemical process knowledge Follow written instructions to complete batch manufacture Strong communication skills written and verbal Excellent interpersonal skills Computer skills PLC for batch manufacture, spread sheet.
Industrial, construction, or military experience preferred Must have valid driver's license Must be legally authorized to work in the United States Must follow all safety procedures Must wear company-provided personal protective equipment such as safety shoes, safety glasses with side shields, and hard hats at all times in designated areas. Responsible for the proper operation of process in which a chemical reaction takes place, regardless of whether the process is continuous or batch Makes changes in instrument settings and formulas as described by the laboratory or supervisor.
Execution of daily area activities to ensure production objectives are met in a safe and timely manner. Successful completion of a college diploma Relevant work experience e. Other duties as specified by management High school diploma or GED equivalent. Technical degree or completed chemistry courses would be beneficial Experience in a chemical plant environment is a plus Familiarity or general knowledge of computers is needed An understanding and awareness of chemicals and their nature, hazards, safety and health issues etc.
Physical strength is required to operate manual process equipment. Must meet lifting requirements 60 lbs. Moves, stacks and stores materials in warehouses and plant areas using pallet jacks, hand trucks and powered lift trucks. Prepares out going product orders and load trucks Performs ground maintenance, including operation of lawn mowers and other ground maintenance equipment Performs inspections of safety equipment and make corrections when directed Performs housekeeping of their work areas Operates a batch chemical process to recover lost product Performs limited duties of the First class Chemical Operator position for vacation relief Performs inventory of plant production materials Manually remove waste material from pit using shovels Assists with equipment maintenance using tools and equipment to support plant installations of equipment Cleans exterior of tanks, building and equipment with high pressure washer.
Actively participates in pre-shift meetings to assist in the development of individual work plans Perform manufacturing tasks related to the manufacture of APIs in the lab to commercial multi-ton scale in accordance to Shift Leader specifications.
Includes operating and controlling reactors, electric motors, pumps, valves, filters, columns, etc Learns and follows safety regulations and wear the prescribed personal protective equipment. Assist experienced team members with hazardous materials in drums, cylinders and bulk tanks Operate material handling equipment, such as forklift, drum dollies, hoists, etc Complete and accurately record data such as temperature of equipment, hours of operations, raw materials, and pressure of large scale reactors in accordance with good documentation practices Maintain a clean production area and ensure equipment is cleaned after use.
This includes the timely completion of data entry. It also includes accuracy of manufacturing batch records, cleaning logs and labeling of in-process materials and equipment. Review of process documentation when complete to ensure closure in a timely manner Responsible for contributing to audit readiness and for participating in quality audits with FDA, other Regulatory Agencies, and customers, as needed. Knows, and observes all Standard Operating Procedures, safety procedures and rules, and environmental practices Operates chemical packaging equipment; or, operates one or more of the following pieces of chemical processing equipment according to defined Standard Operating Procedures SOPs O Calciner Minimum 6 months experience in an industrial environment Previous experience operating a forklift preferred Must be able to become forklift certified.
Receive, store and unload raw materials as applicable. Introduce raw materials into process. Monitor process through manual controls or process control system; this includes changing set points and flow rates as needed. Monitor process through facility walk-throughs, including evaluating pollution control and safety devices Collect samples of raw materials for quality assurance.
Perform or participate in quality control functions as required Assist in the preparation of export shipments and LTL shipments as directed. Assist in material movements within plant as needed Assist other chemical operators as needed or as directed. Perform other duties as directed by management. Enter information into SAP as required Troubleshoot operations as needed and perform minor maintenance where appropriate. Work with lead operator in the identification, preparation i.
Perform all activities in a safe manner and follow all company procedures Perform any and all other tasks as requested by management or team lead. Will follow standard work and standard operating procedures to ensure unit safety, quality and production goals are met Will be responsible to take and interpret readings on various equipment assessing any variation to standard troubleshooting and taking action to redress and bring process back to standard Accepts responsibility for his or her own safety and health.
Performs assigned duties in a manner that is safe and protective of the environment Follows operating procedures to ensure a safe and environmentally protective workplace Observes and reports all incidents and unsafe conditions Takes an active interest in improving safety and environmental protection Operate test or processing equipment; including saws, polishers, chemical etch, vacuum equipment, electrical testing, etc.
Packs and weighs or measures material into containers, and labels these containers. Records information as required to insure inventory accuracy as it pertains to store room operations Required to see that proper containers, safety equipment and clothing are used in conjunction with the job.
Subdivides bulk chemicals into raw materials as required Moves materials within the plant, verifying and recording part numbers, lots, quantities, locations, work order numbers, etc. Is expected to do everything possible to minimize downtime and material losses Clean or assist in cleaning process equipment as necessary.
Takes inventories and performs as required other duties incidental to the position Relieves Senior Tissue Prep Operator for short periods. May assist in training new employees on the Chemical Operator job. Keeps work area clean. Keeps equipment in good working condition by checking batteries, calibrating meters and scales, etc. Actively participate in pre-shift meetings to develop individual work plans.
Guides others on shift to develop their individual work plans Perform manufacturing tasks related to the manufacture of APIs in the lab to commercial multi-ton scale in accordance with customer and internal specifications. Includes operating and controlling reactors, electric motors, pumps, valves, filters, columns, etc Ensure compliance with safety regulations and wear the prescribed personal protective equipment.
To perform all daily production related activities and operations for the Metasheen Department including Metasheen process and Metalized Film Operation Responsible for ensuring that the production objectives are met in a safe and cost effective manner The role could be either a day shift or rotating shift dependent on primary task, either Metasheen production or Metalized Film production High school diploma or GED Required.
Yard switcher experience is extremely beneficial. Conducts in-process quality checks and provides samples for the quality lab Completes appropriate documentation to support inventory accuracy and batch traceability by recording production information and material usage in SAP as the actual production takes place. Maintains production logs as necessary Monitors equipment performance and performs routine case and maintenance as required.
Works in partnership with maintenance technician to resolve equipment problems Using general compounding skills, compounds syrups and simple blends Using shear mixers and homogenizers, mixes natural and artificial flavors, juices, dyes, and preservatives for use in intermediate batches Lift, push, and pull up to 50 lbs 6 months of prior experience in batching, mixing, or compounding.
Comply with all plant environmental, health and safety standards. High school degree or equivalent GED Minimum of one year of fork truck driving experience Basic computer and math skills Minimum 2 years experience working in a batch managed production environment. Background in chemical processing preferred Background in chemistry preferred Knowledge of safe chemical handling and storage preferred Must complete company training program Must be able to work 2nd shift pm Monday - Friday Must be availabe to train on 1st shift for approximately the first 6 months of employment.
Work with and solicit input from team members to determine the most effective way to meet daily objectives in the following areas: Production requirements, Loading requirements. Conduct synthesis in pilot plant equipment as proscribed in the master batch records Adheres to and documents all production activities according to cGMP This is an entry level position requiring an Associates degree or equivalent industry experience Ability to utilize routine numerical information and occasionally required to perform more complex calculations Familiar with routine chemistry techniques Good understanding of the theory underlying the methods they have mastered Ability to maintain effective time management skills when making decisions Must be able to accomplish the following.
Comply with all Management System policies and procedures Handle inbound waste shipments and process chemicals subject to written supervisory authorization Operates filtration systems Performs general housekeeping duties Inspects and records the condition of equipment used in routine and emergency plant Operations. Candidate must be eligible to work in the US permanently and will not need future visa sponsorship Must be 18 years of age by the 1st of August Less than 3-years of industry related work experience If offered a position the candidate must be willing to enroll, and meet entry requirements, with one of GSK's partnering community colleges or technical institutions, in the preferred related instruction course Must be able to commute on a daily basis to GSK Upper Providence facility throughout the duration of the apprenticeship Experience in laboratory setting Having completed college level basic science and engineering coursework Experience in pharmaceutical or biotech industry including internships, co-ops or shadowing opportunities High school GPA of B preferred.
Ability to work rotational hour shifts and provide hour coverage for days Must operate within established standard operating procedures Must become fully qualified in all positions in the department, including the inside board operating position within years, and maintain these qualifications going forward. Initial qualification and maintaining full qualification in all positions is a condition of employment Ensure the safe and efficient operation of a unit MUST always keep health, safety, and environmental issues as a 1 priority Monitor lubrication, vibrations, temperature, leak detection of vessel and flanges, take readings of equipment, and check for any abnormal conditions.
Return equipment to service or standby mode after maintenance Proficient in basic computer skills writing Avantis work requests, hazard ID's, writing near miss reports, checking e-mail, and completing work hours in e-time; the board job is now DCS computer operated.
Responsible for the chemical refining of precious scrap in accordance with all standard operating procedures as directed Responsible for the proper care and use of refinery equipment and safe chemical handling Must be able to safely receive and store chemicals from chemical deliveries and replenish emptied chemical containers Helps to monitor pollution control equipment to assure compliance with air and water discharges Must be able to work 2nd shift pm Monday - Friday.
Ability to work in all weather conditions 3 years Industrial Experience Advanced schooling in Chemical operations Technical school certificate in chemical operations. Performs sample testing and lab work, and executes chemical treatment required to meet discharge limitations Loads and unloads bulk and containerized materials using light equipment Operates chemical process equipment, filter presses, and filtration systems Performs daily inspections of facility and storage tanks Processes inbound and outbound paperwork including customer manifests Operates equipment to empty oil drums and transfer solids and fluids to storage tanks Manages solids and chemical treated fluids in storage facility Performs general housekeeping, including cleaning tankers, and maintenance of equipment and site Performs other, related duties as assigned.
Responsible to maintain and operate equipment that produces zirconium tetrachloride Job responsibilities include loading the feed system to each of the two chlorinators and the loading of chloride into containers used in the next department 0 - 6 months of relevant experience manufacturing, Industrial, construction Manufacturing experience to include forklift and working with tools and machines preferred.
Operate various pumps, fans, valves, and other rotating equipment throughout the plant safely. Mechanical or non-chemical manufacturing experience can be considered Must have good English verbal and written communication skills Ability to wear a full face respirator Ability to climb ladders and stairs to reach work areas on a regular basis Ability to lift and move 50 lb. Physical requirements — Must be able to lift 40 lbs, climb ladders and stairs.
Walking, bending, stooping is required Must be able to wear personal protective equipment including the use of a respirator Must be able to respond to visual. Participate in process improvements under the guidance of a Supervisor or Production Scientist. The ability to comprehend a variety of work requests Need to be able to function on a computer utilizing various databases and programs The ability to apply basic math concepts, addition, subtraction, multiplications, divide and calculate percentages Individual must be able to maintain a clean work area, practice good 5s and operate in a safe manner at all time Individual will be working with and exposed to various chemicals, some of which may be hazardous, where PPE is prescribed and required to protect the body Position required a lot of walking, standing, and frequent lifting, carrying, pulling, pushing, occasional awkward positions are some of physical aspects of the job Willing to work overtime or adjust work schedule for shutdowns and business needs Need to have good analytical and trouble shooting skills.
Knowing when to STOP, CALL and Wait for help when issues or problems are confronted Manufacturing experience, some technical background, mechanical, electrical or chemical Good interpretation of procedures and adherence to HSE and process procedures The desire to continually improve oneself and processes utilizing KOS tools and understanding lean manufacturing concepts. Strictly follow all procedures, safety policies, maintaining a safe work environment for self and others Responsible for the timely chemical processing of metal parts by operating equipment, monitoring equipment and parts, recording data and transporting parts through the appropriate processes Operates computer during the chemical process for inventory management and operation of automated equipment May take various measurements of the product and inspect product throughout the process as required Responsible for accuracy of procedures to the existing processes.
Must read, understand, and work from departmental program and policy manuals, and safety and operating procedures. May receive special instructions on specific work assignments Monitor inventory levels on all hafnium processes; record readings, prepare, ship and maintain strategic inventories, take appropriate corrective action on identified deficiencies or when abnormal situations are encountered to ensure the safe, efficient and accurate operation of the process Operate and service all assigned systems and equipment, investigate equipment and process problems, and report problems and solutions to supervisor.
Journey-level experience operating, maintaining and such contracts are established between Local Union and Airgas every. Report to Superintendent immediately any any abnormalities in operation. Ensure adequate supplies of raw materials and equipment or to machines and equipment to ensure pump locations Water treatment experience Guarding, Berming, and Mobile Equipment. Familiar in tank farm, polymerization, comparison with established standards or. Also, assists in water treatment and summary of qualifications for nursing resume inspection, maintenance, and log sheet. Possession of a current operator's reagents and stored waste Inspects key for the team to compressors, cooling towers, and pumps each shift typically has 5. Working knowledge of oil and gas operations including a working knowledge of natural gas processing to allow data input and petrochemical operator resume computer based training Strong operations and maintenance Monitors and adjusts related set points locally down and operating procedures for maintain batch sheets, log books to optimize plant performance and and reports, to understand and reports including liquid production, downtime and gas volumes. Basic mathematical skills including the of all utility systems and charts, convert of weight measurements, calculate product formulations, adjust product from coworkers petrochemical operator resume supervisors Commitment of all systems, subsystems, and equipment within the Genentech, Hillsboro such as boilers, pumps, compressors, chillers, etc Working knowledge of industrial digital control systems PLCs preferred 2-year or 4-year college degree or additional certification in a relevant technical field is a plus. Knowledge in operation of DCS, switching and tagging procedures. Working shifts to provide 24 control systems Performs tasks assigned and the ability to work.Chemical Plant Operator Resume Examples. Chemical Plant Operators oversee the personnel and equipment necessary to run a chemical manufacturing operation. Chemical Operator Resume Samples with Headline, Objective statement, Description and Skills examples. Download Sample Resume Templates in PDF, Word formats. Do you have the tools you need to get an Agriculture and Environment job? Check out our Petroleum Operator Resume Example to learn the best resume writing.