CHEMICAL PROCESS ENGINEER
OVERVIEW: The Chemical Process Engineer will be responsible for process design, operations and change implementation. Assess and implement process changes to improve process safety, reliability, and efficiency, reduce cost, and improve sustainability of operations.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Assess the development, configuration and optimization of chemical and associated industrial process modifications, risk assessment, hazard assessment, cost analysis and overall operation impact.
Point of contact for the process and providing direction to production and technical team as needed.
Responsible for troubleshooting operating equipment.
Review and revise process documentation as well as provide operator training.
Evaluate, select, and supervise contractor services; participate in HAZWOP studies and prepare process flow sheets and P&IDs.
Analyze data and write technical reports.
Monitor performance of processes throughout production.
Evaluate equipment and processes to ensure compliance with safety and environmental regulations.
Awareness of ISO 9001, 14001 and 45001 standards.
Direct chemical production experience and be responsible for designing and specifying equipment, while meeting environmental and safety regulations.
Creative, a self-starter, and budget and deadline oriented.
Physical requirements include the ability to climb ladders, enter through confined spaces, and work near hazardous chemicals.
Effective written and verbal communication and strong interpersonal skills.
Experience with data driven, process improvement such as Six Sigma.
Working knowledge of Pi-Vision a plus.
Must be able to be respirator qualified.
Chemical Engineering degree or equivalent is required.
Experience in chemical production environment.
Ability to speak Japanese is a plus.