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Syensqo is all about chemistry. We’re not just referring to chemical reactions here, but also to the magic that occurs when the brightest minds get to work together. This is where our true strength lies. In you. In your future colleagues and in all your differences. And of course, in your ideas to improve lives while preserving our planet’s beauty for the generations to come.

We are looking for:

A Chemical Operator (Covers Sulfation Operator, Monomers Operator, and Finishing Operator positions) To operate chemical process and equipment in a safe manner to produce quality product. Conduct the necessary auxiliary field tasks (material transfers, adjustments, packaging, etc.) to ship products to the customer.

We count on you for:

  • Understand and abide by plant Health, Safety, Security, Environmental rules, policies and procedures
  • Support the plant’s quality management systems and its compliance with pertinent quality standards.
  • Accountable for learning and subsequent training of learned job duties and qualified skills, according to the appropriate, documented procedures.
  • Operate and monitor a continual chemical process, batch reactors, blend vessels, and storage tanks in manual mode and with a computerized process control system.
  • Collect process samples, perform simple in-process lab analyses, and make adjustments as needed.
  • Conduct bulk material transfers using pumps, hoses, heat exchangers, filters, and other transfer equipment
  • Properly clean and sanitize tanks and transfer equipment per procedures
  • Load and unload bulk tank wagons
  • Perform drumming operations, including unloading drum trailers and palletizing.
  • Monitor the plant utilities and wastewater systems.
  • Operate all forklifts and material moving equipment.
  • Complete janitorial duties and general laborer work as directed, including housekeeping activities.
  • Complete all necessary paperwork and electronic documentation (e.g. batch records, checklists, log sheets, shift ends, etc)
  • Enter computer transactions and work notifications into the SAP system.
  • Conduct all tasks in a safe manner and utilize appropriate personal protective equipment per site policies.
  • Prepare appropriate work permits for maintenance and contractors.
  • Perform light/routine equipment inspections, documentation, and/or repairs
  • Troubleshoot process and equipment issues and seek assistance from supervision when necessary
  • Successfully complete training program and pass written and field performance tests for the specific area(s) of qualification (e.g. Drumming, Finishing, Sulfation, Monomers). Maintain qualification through on-going review of SOPs, MOCs, and other training.
  • Assist with training of new hires and transfers
  • Conduct other duties requested by management, based on safety and qualifications

You can count on us for:

  • Long-lasting excellent customer relations, self-dependent working, and a variety of tasks in one of the world’s leading chemical companies.
  • Excellent training & development possibilities. (Value for the candidate, growth and learning opportunities)

You will bring:

  • High School Diploma or GED required
  • Knowledge of chemical operations and batch manufacturing preferred
  • Must be able to work a flexible work schedule and shift work. This includes holidays and weekends.
  • Willing to cooperate in teamwork, share responsibilities, take direction and advice from others, and train others.
  • Able to plan and organize multiple responsibilities simultaneously.
  • Must have strong mathematical, problem solving skills, and computer skills. SAP experience preferred.
  • Background should demonstrate safety, dependability, maturity, credibility and productivity.
  • Must be dedicated to work safely and follow all safety policies and procedures

You will get:

  • Competitive salary & benefits package
  • The U.S. base salary range reasonably expected to be paid for this position is $31.98. Since actual compensation packages are based on a variety of factors unique to each candidate we may ultimately pay more or less than the posted base salary range. Total compensation for this role also includes bonus and/or other incentives.
  • 16, or more, weeks of maternity/paternity and co-parenting leave, according to local regulations
  • Training platform for all employees
  • Free language courses (24 languages available)
  • Free well-being sessions (physical and psychological)

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