Plant Engineer - Specialty Chemicals Manufacturer


Toledo, OH

Industry: Chemicals


Less than 5 years

Posted 251 days ago

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Identify, recommend, and implement improvements in plant performance to optimize product volume, yields, and quality of rubber and specialty carbons, activated carbons, inkjet colorants, cesium formate drilling fluids, fumed silica, and aerogel & elastomer composites.




*** Assist in design, procurement, and installation of new equipment.


*** Execute predictive maintenance programs and monitor condition of plant equipment to maximize safety & reliability and reduce downtime.


*** Develop Standard Operating Procedures for process and equipment operation. Support and implement new product and process runs and prepare relevant documentation.


*** Utilize statistical techniques to improve process capability and implement equipment modifications, upgrades, and process improvements.


***Support site mechanical integrity program: investigate equipment problems and eliminate recurrence of failures; and review preventive maintenance plans to ensure optimum scheduling.


*** Regularly update Plant Production Reports.


*** Collaborate with Original Equipment Manufacturers, after-market suppliers, and outside repair shops to repair stationary and rotating equipment.


*** Conduct 'end-of-life' assessments, equipment repairs, and replacements.


*** Serve in a Process Safety Management (PSM) role at the plant: evaluate manufacturing process-related risks and incidents; participate in Process Hazards Analysis (PHA) for key production and capital projects; ensure all product and process changes are implemented in line with appropriate Management of Change (MOC) principles; and train manufacturing personnel in relevant manufacturing processes.


***Work with Plant Finance Manager to identify cost reduction opportunities.


*** Provide subject matter expertise in Chemical Manufacturing related processes and product technology; engineering principles; mechanical and instrumentation systems; calibration and maintenance; and similar.


High visibility leadership role comes with an industry competitive compensation package, bonuses, tuition reimbursement, full medical benefits, 401(k) savings plan, stock options, health and wellness benefits, generous paid vacation time, numerous professional development opportunities, and more!


Please reference #37716403 when responding.Education Requirements: Bachelor DegreeMinimum Experience Requirements: 2-5 yearsJob City Location: ToledoJob State Location: OHJob Country Location: USA

$80K - $110K