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2nd Shift Direct Hire Opportunity In Mead Colorado!

 

CHEMICAL MANUFACTURING OPERATOR

 

2nd Shift- Pay for this role is $25.00 hourly, with a $2.00 hourly shift differential.

Work schedule is Monday to Friday 1:45pm - 10:15pm. 

3rd Shift-Pay for this role is $25.00 hourly, with a $4.00 hourly shift differential.

Work schedule is Sunday to Friday, 9:45pm - 6:15am.

 

 

The Pilot Plant Operator follows established procedures to manufacture chemical intermediates and finished products. The Operator follows procedures that are set forth in the form of batch records, GEN’s, and work instructions.

This person completes a variety of duties: in addition to operating chemical processes, the employee may perform setup, cleaning of equipment, waste disposal, emergency response, warehouse activities, maintenance, and clean-up activities needed to facilitate general operations and regulatory compliance.

Operators are given extensive safety and Operator-specific training before they are assigned process work. After the initial training period, Pilot Plant employees work their assigned 8-hour shifts Monday through Friday.  Operators are occasionally required to work overtime and/or weekends when the Pilot Plant production schedule requires it. Operators may be required to temporarily work an alternate shift when the Pilot Plant production schedule requires it.

 

Chemical Operator Job Responsibilities

  • Uses protective equipment (PPE) as needed to prevent exposure to dangerous chemicals
  • Follows established procedures as described by Batch Records, GEN’s, Work Instructions and Operating Instructions to manufacture chemical intermediates and finished products
  • Follows established procedures as described by SOP’s and other operating procedures to maintain a safe working environment that complies with safety and environmental rules and regulations
  • Transfers raw materials, finished products, wastewater, waste solvents, and other wastes between tanks, drums, and shipping containers using pumps, pressure, and other equipment; handles solid chemicals as chemical intermediates, products and waste
  • Labels hazardous waste containers as appropriate to maintain compliance with labeling regulations and times
  • Maintains records necessary to record process conditions as defined by procedures and as required in certain circumstances
  • Maintains the production area(s) in a clean and orderly condition
  • Performs yard and building cleanup as needed
  • Performs shipping, packaging, and receiving activities as needed
  • Assists the Pilot Plant Supervisor/Assistant Supervisor in record keeping with daily shift report, inventory sheets, tanker logs, and other documentation
  • Uses company computer/handheld devices to enter records and documents
  • Attends training as designated to facilitate above knowledge and to maintain required updates
  • Must be able to use a respirator/supplied air when needed (Training provided) and follow OSHA, safety, and written guidelines

Job Requirements

Chemical Operator Qualifications

  • High School Diploma or general education degree (GED)
  • Must pass a basic math and reading assessment
  • Must be able to pass a job-related physical

Working Conditions

The job requires frequent work outside in all weather for extended periods of time. The employee is occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions, fumes, or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, extreme cold, and extreme heat. This position frequently requires the use of PPE including a respirator. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 10 pounds, frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds, and occasionally push, roll and/or move up to 100 pounds.

 

medical, dental, vision, flexible spending, and 401(k) with matching

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