• Production Operator

    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(4/11/2018 2:06 PM)
    North Carolina
  • Overview:



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    Purpose and Summary of Position:


    Chemical operator in production unit who will be responsible with training for operating and troubleshooting equipment, assisting maintenance, and maintaining environment;  operators will be required to learn all jobs in the unit including floor operations, control room, and solid state; understand and follow all Site and Unit Safety procedures and protocols; perform all functions necessary to make polymers including operation of all equipment; perform preliminary troubleshooting on equipment and process malfunctions and be prepared and able to make first attempt repairs where appropriate; Support maintenance in the unit through LOTO of equipment and issuing Safe Work Permits when required; Strictly follow all batch recipe sheets and SOCs.  Maintain accurate records of all observations and results.  Accurately and thoroughly reporting these data via written (Logbook & PGRs) and to process leaders.


    Required Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:  

    • Solid equipment and mechanical skills - ability to troubleshoot "on the fly"; strong computer skills  
    • Ability to work independently as well as a member of the a Team; strong oral and written communication skills, excellent observation skills; solid safety regulation understanding/practice
    • Ability to learn and acquire information in both a computer-based and hands on environment.

    Desirable Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:  

    • Knowledge, experience and demonstrated good performance in chemical processes
    • DCS or control room operator experience
    • Aptitude to learn and acquire various different operational and maintenance skills;

    Required Years of Experience:

    • 2

    Required Education:

    • High school diploma or equivalency

    Application Methods:

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