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Operations Process Engineer

INEOS Styrolution
sick time, tuition reimbursement
United States, Illinois, Channahon
25846 Southwest Frontage Road (Show on map)
April 03, 2024
Job Opportunity
Operations Process Engineer
Channahon, IllinoisUnited States (US)
INEOS Styrolution America LLC
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We believe diversity is perceiving difference; inclusion is valuing it. Without inclusion, we cannot unlock the value that diversity has to offer. Everyone has a seat at our company table. Our employees bring their unique selves to work daily, have a sense of belonging, and contribute to our core values. We have an inclusive approach, which is open and transparent. We respect and value diversity and believe in equality of opportunity. We do this by valuing and respecting cultural differences and welcomingdiversityof thought and perspectives from all our employees.

The Position:Operations Process Engineer- Provide immediate, short, and long-term technical support and project leadership to the operations area in order to meet productivity and product quality requirements as well as to ensure operation of the units in a safe and environmentally conscious manner.

What you will do:

  • Preserve high standards of safety, asset care (housekeeping, equipment care), environmental consciousness, and organization.
  • Responsible for development and maintenance of operating envelopes (OE), safety critical alarms (SCAs), and safety critical systems (SCSs), documented and enforced within the DCS System. including identifying appropriate parameters, consequence of deviations, and corrective actions; setting the safe operating envelop limits; and investigating any exceedances.
  • Lead/participate in incident investigations to identify root causes and corrective recommendations to prevent reoccurrence.
  • Support/lead Process Hazard Analysis (PHAs) and Layers of Protection Analysis (LOPA)
  • Write and support the Management of Change process through PHA and PSSR Evaluation
  • Utilize technical background and troubleshooting techniques to improve process capability, unit and site reliability, and product quality
  • Track in process and final lot quality, lead troubleshooting and RCI efforts for out of spec material, interface with multiple groups including customers to resolve NCR's and implement corrective actions in a timely fashion and initiate and lead quality and product improvement efforts.
  • Function as liaison with all service groups to ensure that work related to the production facilities is accomplished correctly, promptly, and in the most cost-effective and safet manner.
  • Accounting responsibilities can include: compiling and/or reviewing daily production reports, monthly production and raw materials reports, quality results, budget forecasting, and production schedule
  • Assist in the coordination, planning, and execution of shutdown work including maintenance and capital activities

What you will bring:

Level of education & Knowledge:

  • B.S. degree in Engineering (preferably in Chemical)

Experience in general:

  • 2-5 years engineering experience at a chemical manufacturing plant preferred

Technical skills:

  • Strong demonstrated technical and troubleshooting skills.
  • CAPEX project execution experience
  • Experience with Management of Change (MOC), PHA, LOPA is a plus
  • Additional experience with formal Root Cause Failure Analysis is desired but not required.

Competencies, Behavioral skills:

  • Strong interpersonal, verbal, written and communication skills necessary to interface with teams
  • Ability to work with low levels of supervision, both alone and on teams.

Physical demands:

  • Frequent viewing a computer monitor, stooping/crouching, balancing, climbing, twisting/turning, reaching above shoulder level, simple grasphing/manipulation of both hands, exposure to dust/gas fumes, chemicals/solvents, temperature extremes, high noise levels and electrical sources.
  • Occasional lifting/carrying up to 50lbs, travel, pushing/pulling from a standing/seated position, kneeling, crawling, firm grasping of both hands, operating machinery, wearing occlusive clothing, exposure to allergic agents, enclosed spaces, wet conditions and reduced lighting.
  • Medical clearance needed to wear a respirator.

The Location: This opportunity is located in Channahon, Illinois, United States, only one hour from Chicago, Illinois.

We are unable to sponsor or take over sponsorship of an employment Visa at this time.

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What We Offer You

  • A safe and drug-free work environment
  • Career development, job progression, and tuition reimbursement
  • Flexible work environment,paid vacation, and sick time
  • A comprehensive health benefits package with low premiums to support employee wellbeing
  • Retirement savings with company match plus contributions
  • Above-market compensation includingperformance-related pay and bonuses
  • Fitness reimbursement to encourage employees to stay healthy and active

Our Company

  • No. 1 global leader in styrenics: Styrene Monomer, Polystyrene, Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene Standard, and Styrenic Specialties
  • 3,600 employees worldwide
  • 20 manufacturing sites in 10 countries
  • Customers in 106 countries
  • 6 billion EUR in 2021

We are excited to hear from you and share more about our organization.

All the best,

The INEOS Styrolution Talent Team