Cleaning, arranging, maintaining, and checking the heavy equipment used to mix and treat chemicals support other members of the production team. They combine and handle chemicals, collect the data and observations about the blending process, handle machine faults, and help with process improvement projects and work plan formulation. They are in charge of maintaining large machinery and tools used in chemical processing. To maintain the safety and reliability of the gear, chemical operators examine it for any faults, make immediate modifications, and replace damaged elements as needed. They handle chemicals with care, supervise the mixing process, and assist the development of processes by assisting with strategic methods to increase productivity and plan projects. The operator must follow the production’s safety rules, particularly when it comes to storing substances, entering data in the system, and running machinery.
Chemical Process Operator Job Titles:
- Chemical Process Operator
- Chemical Operator
Chemical Process Operator Job Summary:
We’re looking for a chemical operator with a strong background in chemical methods and mechanics. Chemical Operators can intend to work as part of production staff, fetching, assessing, and blending active ingredients, surveillance capabilities during the chemical reaction, fixing machinery as needed, recording information about devices and compounds, and aiding in the preparation and improvement of the system or products. They must also follow all corporate, local, state, and federal safety and quality requirements, as well as raise any issues, violations, or incidents. You must be an expert with a thorough understanding of mechanical and chemical operations to be effective as a chemical operator. The best candidate will be diligent, competent, and eager to collaborate with other members of the manufacturing team to improve procedures and goods.
Chemical Process Operator Job Responsibilities and Duties:
- Carry out chemical procedures safely and efficiently.
- Follow Standard Operating Procedures when handling plant equipment.
- Chemical process gear pressure and temperature should be monitored and controlled.
- Properly handle, move, and treat chemicals.
- Raw materials are transported from the warehouse to the processing center.
- To increase production, suggest improvements to SOPs and better tools.
- As needed, assist in undertaking chemical research.
- Procedures at the plant should be documented, and production data should be kept.
- Diagnose and analyze difficulties in chemical plant activities.
- Enhance processes to improve performance, safety, and efficiency.
- Repair machinery as required, and notify service employees of any problems.
- Walking, standing, or resting for long periods, lifting large objects, climbing, squatting, operating equipment, and using safety gear are all physical needs of the job.
Chemical Process Operator Job Skills and Qualification:
- A bachelor’s degree in chemistry is preferred
- Minimum 5 years of work experience
- Expertise with forklifts may be a plus or a must.
- Chemical processes are well understood.
- Mechanical aptitude.
- Computer literacy is required.
- In a fast-paced, physically demanding workplace, a desire to collaborate with team members to enhance processes and work quality.
- Ability to follow all safety and quality rules, including wearing safety equipment as needed.
- Lifting 50 pounds or more is required.