• Chemical Engineer Intern

    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(10/2/2018 12:03 PM)
    North Carolina
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    Learn process flow with key reactions and process safety concerns.
    Participate in safety/quality/production meetings.
    Complete small reliability project.
    Evaluate workload and paperwork requirement for operators.
    Evaluate Safe Operating Limit Alarms for Compounding unit.
    Develop production planning tools to help with raw materials and waste streams.


    Ability to troubleshoot effectively.
    Ability to work in team environment.

    Rising Senior. Working towards Bachelors Degree in Chemical, Mechanical, or Industrial Engineering.  (preferably chemical engineering)

    Must be elegible to work in the U.S. with no restrictions

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