Position Overview: Chemical Engineering - Mechanical Engineering - This entry level production and process engineering assignment will orient the incumbent to site manufacturing procedures and techniques through both on the job training assignments and technical mentoring from practicing engineers. The engineer will ultimately become responsible for day to day technical support for operation of specific manufacturing units.
Job Responsibilities Environmental Health and Safety:
Leads, with the assistance of senior engineers, various aspects of
environmental compliance and health and safety activities including
certifications, awareness, behavior, specialized programs for the
production areas and product lines the engineer is servicing
Production Area Support:
The entry level chemical engineer is responsible for day to day
execution of the production schedule. They will lead efforts towards
equipment integrity, process improvement and equipment improvement.
Supports the business team with product quality metrics and
understanding of equipment capabilities including establishment and
execution of priorities. The engineer will learn Safety, PM's, repairs,
emergency response, employee relations, quality metrics, Quality Assurance Lab Testing.
The entry level engineer will team with others to engage in problem
solving meetings whether the problem is operational, technical, or
equipment based. In the process the engineer will refine problem
solving techniques while learning Preventative Maintenance Program
administration and compliance using contemporary engineering
technologies. Maintaining PM's at 100% is the standard.
Measuring results of production:
Daily execution of tracking data and monitoring ongoing process
performance. Accomplished by interfacing with others in the organization to assess and track production performance.
Management Team Member:
Teams and partners with departmental and site management to support
other site operations and managers as part of an aligned partnership.
Minimum Qualifications Strong problem solving credentials with an interest in chemical
production. Knowledge of Microsoft Office Tools and sound engineering practices.
Solid academic preparation in the chemical engineering discipline.
Ability to lead and measure the performance effectiveness of day to day activities of equipment a multifunctional organization.
Broad and general knowledge of chemical manufacturing and an interest in building a chemical engineering career based on a production and process chemical engineering foundation.
Experience working with and through others with strong values and
integrity with team inclinations.
Education Requirements Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemical or Mechanical Engineering