Purpose of the job:
Operate in a chemical plant environment safely, efficiently and professionally.
Must be committed to working and operating safely and follow all plant and company safety and environmental policies and procedures, as well as wearing all required personal protective equipment.
Must be able to work in a team environment as well as function independently.
Must be able to operate plant process equipment and instrumentation to produce products on time, utilizing standard operating procedures and processes that meet quality specifications and standards.
Successfully pass initial operator training and subsequent refresher trainings.
Must be able to work 12-hour rotating shifts.
Under general supervision, will perform duties associated with the manufacturing of chemicals and other products to meet quality specifications and customer demands.
Must have a high school diploma. 1-2 years’ experience in a chemical manufacturing plant or equivalent degree in Process Operations Technology or other chemical operator certificate. National Career Readiness Certificate a plus.
Knowledge in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Access, and Excel) a plus.
Knowledge of DCS control systems a plus.
Seeks to understand the Health, Safety, Environmental and Security (HSES) aspects of his/her area operations and the consequences if an upset occurs.
Good communication skills and ability to handle multiple tasks.
After 30 days of continuous service required to become a member of the International Chemical Workers Union Council, UFCW.