Chemical/Operations Engineer

- Ensure compliance with all safety policies within the unit
- Ensure compliance with all regulatory requirements within the unit
- Ensure all product leaving the unit meets or exceeds the customers' expectations
- Actively support the company's safety, environmental, and quality programs to ensure continuous improvement
- Lead Management of Change process for the Unit
- Identify, document, & implement cost reduction initiatives
- Track & improve Operational Equipment Effectiveness (OEE)
- Manage staff - Employee performance and development
- Provide technical support for the unit
- Investigate incidents using Root-Cause Failure Analysis (RCFA) with a focus on prevention of future incidents
- Identify and properly handle hazardous and non-hazardous waste in accordance with all regulatory agency and company requirements
- Improve & maintain process documentation
- Develop Operators, including oversight of unit training, communication, and discipline, to provide a safe & productive work environment
- Develop Shift Team Leaders & Unit Coordinators to their full potential

Essential Qualifications:
- 3 to 10 years of experience in the Chemical Industry
- Direct experience working in plant operations that run 24/7, 365
- Working understanding of OSHA (lock out tag out, energy isolation, etc.
) and EPA regulations
- Proven leadership competence with people management experience
- Good time management, organizational skills, problem solving, project management and decision making skills
- Excellent communications skills, both written and oral

Desired Qualifications:
- 3+ years of experience in operations/production managing multiple manufacturing production plants or units
Educational Requirements:
or higher degree in Chemical Engineering

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