Biological Engineering Career Careers in the United States

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Biological Technicians (Entry to Mid-Level)

Deerfield, IL EA Engineering, Science, and Technology, Inc., PBC is a leading national environmental consulting firm specializing in water resource issues, soil and groundwater remediation, strategic environmental engineering/management, and regulatory compliance solutions. We currently have an excellent opportunity available in the Chicago, IL, area for several, full-time and seasonal biological technicians . Full-time positions will begin in mid-February and early March. Seasonal positions will begin in May, extend throughout the summer, and for those available, extend into the fall. Some positions will involve a combination of field and lab work as well as travel throughout the Midwest; whereas, other positions will consist primarily of processing biological samples in the laboratory. Duties to include assisting senior staff with adult and larval fish field sampling programs in the Midwest, processing of adult fish, larval fish, and benthic macroinvertebrate samples in the laboratory, and entry of biological data into spreadsheets or Access databases. Salary range for these positions is $12/hour to $15/hour. Refer to Job # 14112 - 14117 , and apply online at: www.eaest.com EA Engineering, Science, and Technology, Inc., PBC is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected Veteran status....

Sales Engineer - Wastewater Equipment - Industrial and Municipal Accounts - Growing company with innovative technology

Our Client: Our client, an 18 year old company with over 19 patents, is changing the face of wastewater treatment with innovative breakthroughs in flotation, flocculation, de-watering and other technologies that enhance liquid/solid separation. Providing unique, sophisticated and efficient solutions to both industrial and municipal clients, they are adding specifically to their sales team in the East. (You can live anywhere from the Southeast to the Northeast.) Our client has over 50 published papers and, as a technology leader, presents/publishes at most of the industry trade shows, conferences and industry publications. WEFTEC, American Filtration and Separation Society, Food Manufacturing Magazine, International Journal of Environment and Pollution, and Plastic Recycling Conference to name just a few. What You Will Do: Using your experience in wastewater, you will call on industrial and municipal clients on the East Coast. Clients include food and beverage, pharmaceutical, biotech, chemical processing, refining, fracking, automotive, steel, mining, municipal ? anyone that produces an effluent that needs to be treated. You won?t get bored !! Problems you can solve include: Compact equipment that can increase the capacity of a plant without expanding its footprint (i.e. plant is landlocked) TSS (total suspended solids) reduction BOD | COD reduction Tackling FOG (free oil and grease) issues Turbidity Flow spikes Sludge volume reduction And the list goes on You will bring the customers need / problem back to the tech team. As the facilitator of the team, a proposal will be assembled that you will present Equipment options are wide and comprehensive (moving bed bio-film reactors, dissolved air flotation units, dewatering screw presses, ultrafiltration, nanofiltration, reverse osmosis, anaerobic digesters, and more) What's in it for You? Water is our planet?s most precious resource. Daily you will be addressing some of the most exciting issues in the water / wastewater industry You are not limited as to the clients you can call on The opportunity to bring cutting edge solutions and technology to your clients You are part of a company that is innovative, entrepreneurial, not bureaucratic and stodgy As fast as the company is growing, solid career advancement opportunities for proven performers Competitive salary and benefits and training. Car allowance and mileage. Requirements: BS Degree (technical degree preferred ? engineering, environmental, science) Experience in biological wastewater treatment Sales experience (with proven accomplishments and achievements) calling on industrial and municipal wastewater accounts If this sounds like the career for you, send your resume, in confidence, to Skip Freeman at or call 678-377-4706...

Senior Process Engineer - Industrial Wastewater Design - Chemical - Civil - Environmental

OurClient: Ourclient, a global wastewater design build firm, tackles some of the mostchallenging wastewater issues in the world. Providingunique, sophisticated and efficient solutions to both industrial and municipalclients, they are adding specifically to their industrial wastewater team inPittsburgh, PA. WhatYou Will Do: Using your experience in industrial wastewater, you will provide technical support to industrial design/build project managers, proposal managers and other process engineers to create and develop cost-effective and innovative wastewater solutions. A heavy emphasis will be on the wastewater needs of oil fields, fracking projects, refinery wastewater treatment and oily sludge dewatering. And what is really intriguing about this position is you will have the chance to evaluate and have input on new technologies from other departments around the world. Additionally, you will do the standard things engineers do such as... Flow and mass balance calculations, process flow diagrams and P&IDs Create the specs for equipment and evaluated the proposals from the vendors Review other engineer's calculations, ensure the drawings are correct and have input on and review the technical information the proposal managers present (i.e. as the senior process engineer, you are the "guru" helping ensure everyone else has what they need to solve the problem and win the business.) Travel into the field to assist in start-up and/or troubleshooting of systems (travel is approximately 25%) Prepare and present technical papers at some of the leading conferences What's init for You? Global exposure of your talents and abilities The opportunity to use your creativity to solve some of the most challenging wastewater issues in the business Being a global company, many different divisions can use your expertise so promotional opportunities across the company abound Competitive salary and benefits, training and career advancement opportunities Requirements: BS, MS or PhD in Chemical, Civil or Environmental Engineering PE (Professional Engineer) - not required but clearly adds to your value Strong background in biological wastewater treatment Experience designing industrial wastewater treatment systems to include flow and mass balances, diagrams, P&IDs, equipment sizing and selection If thissounds like the career for you, send your resume in confidence to Skip Freemanat or call 678-377-4706...

Process Engineer (Contract Position)

Xylem (XYL) is a leading global water technology provider, enabling customers to transport, treat, test and efficiently use water in public utility, residential and commercial building services, industrial and agricultural settings. The company does business in more than 150 countries through a number of market-leading product brands, and its people bring broad applications expertise with a strong focus on finding local solutions to the world's most challenging water and wastewater problems. We are seeking a Process Engineer with biological wastewater treatment experience for a limited term of employment of 6-9 months. He/She will support design, commissioning, and customer support of our biological treatment products with superior process knowledge. The Process Engineer is a technical resource, contributing to research or process testing as needed for product development, in addition to supporting pre and post sales efforts. Provide process technical support to engineering and sales staff to enable them to successfully apply biological products/processes. Ensure customer design specifications and Sanitaire's process design are matched. Prepare operational description and other post sales documents which direct customer on optimal system performance. Perform process training at the customer site once the system is commissioned and provide continued process support to existing installations. Perform process testing in the lab or field for current and new products to generate operating data. Maintain installation database, installation list, and operating data which sales uses as a point of reference for new projects. Provide product application and support to sales department. Develop and execute pilot testing protocols for biological treatment systems. #L1-MO1 Bachelors degree in Engineering (Civil or Environmental) combined with at least 3 years experience within the wastewater industry. Candidates must have a strong working knowledge of biological treatment for activated sludge wastewater treatment systems; computer proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint required. Must be able to travel 10-25% as required. Candidates must possess solid project management experience, excellent communication skills, attention to detail, and the ability to communicate to all levels of the organization....

Wastewater Engineer/Microbiologist

Pioneer a brighter future When you join Novozymes, you'll lead the way in creating a brighter future. Your colleagues, who share the same goals and ambitions as you, will support you in realizing your full potential. Wastewater Engineer/Microbiologist We are seeking a top-notch Environmental Engineer or Microbiologist focused on biological wastewater treatment to provide technical support to sales and distributors, product and operational support to customers, and to conduct field and laboratory evaluations of existing and new products. You will have the opportunity to provide guidance, make product recommendations, and participate in new technology development relative to customer needs. This unique position provides the opportunity to work side by side at customer locations globally to collaborate and creatively solve current problems while focusing on maximizing operational performance of the treatment facility. Last, but certainly not least, you will conduct training sessions for various stakeholders and have opportunities to present at industry conferences conveying excellence in bioaugmentation and enzyme technology for the wastewater industry. Here's what it takes: M.S. in Environmental or Chemical Engineering, Biological Systems Engineering or Environmental Microbiology plus 2+ years' experience in biological wastewater treatment operations, or B.S. plus 4+ years relevant industrial experience. Ability to analyze data and make recommendations. Technical writing experience. Examples include field and laboratory reports, training manuals, white papers, etc. Experience working with scientists and other relevant stakeholders to solve challenges. Excellent communication skills including ability to effectively present in front of various stakeholders. Ability to work independently and effectively manage multiple projects. obtain Transport Workers Identification Certificate (TWIC). travel domestically up to 30% with occasional international travel. work in the U.S. currently or in the future without sponsorship. Rethink tomorrow Novozymes is the world leader in bio-innovation. We create tomorrow's solutions by applying technology to nature, to the benefit of both our customers' bottom line and the planet. Novozymes serves a broad array of industries using enzymes, microorganisms, biopolymers, and biopharmaceutical ingredients. With over 700 products in 130 countries, Novozymes' bio-innovations improve industrial performance and safeguard the world's resources because they represent superior and sustainable solutions for tomorrow's ever-changing marketplace. Novozymes is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All employment decisions are based on business needs without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, age, disability or veteran status....

AMO-108-Industrial Wastewater Engineer

O'Brien & Gere has become more than an engineering solutions provider throughout our history of creating a better future since 1945. At the center of our story are clients ranging from advanced manufacturers to higher education, federal agencies, and municipalities. These clients trust us to deliver sustainable solutions and integrate innovative technology to solve the evolving energy, water, environmental and facilities challenges of today and tomorrow. By living our mission of People creating a better future by making a difference each day, we are improving natural and built environments for our clients, employees, and communities. And our story keeps getting better? Industrial Wastewater Engineer: O'Brien & Gere currently has an opportunity for an experienced Industrial Wastewater Engineer in our Raleigh, NC office. This position will be responsibility for, but not limited to, the following: Project work associated with private industrial clients such as: Food & Beverage; Industrial Manufacturing; Life Sciences & Pharmaceutical; Facility Remediation / Decommissioning Advanced wastewater and residuals / biosolids treatment process evaluation, process modeling, optimization and operation utilizing processes such as: biological treatment (aerobic & anaerobic); Physical / chemical treatment; Membranes Advanced wastewater treatment plant design for the above mentioned processes (including biological processes for nutrient removal) Applying anaerobic processes for biosolids management and energy recovery Industrial client contact and strategic plan implementation related to technical advice, planning, design, permitting and construction phase services for industrial wastewater engineering projects Plant inspection, process design and selection, regulatory interface, and permit applications, preparation of construction drawings and specifications, client management and project management Delegating technical and administrative responsibilities to engineers, designers and drafters on major and complex projects Maintaining an active role in the selection of the project team, prepares and administers project budgets and schedules for projects under supervision Assisting in the evaluation and selection of project contractors for design-build or CM-at-risk project delivery methods Skills & Qualifications: B.S. / M.S. in relevant engineering discipline 10-15 years experience in industrial wastewater and residuals / biosolids treatment Valid PE license Effective communication skills and the ability to foster relationships with key market clients Demonstrated experience supporting business development and consulting activities Active participation with national and local technical affiliations and organizations Demonstrated ability to make technical or sales presentations to technical professional groups or prospective clients O'Brien & Gere is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status. EEO is the Law Poster CB*...

Senior Biosynthetic Engineer

Responsibilities: The Biosynthetic Engineer will be responsible for projects supporting biology subfields in several industries and to name a few: food, pharmaceuticals, bioproducts, and bioenergy. -Research related to Bio Kinetics to target growth, reduction, elimination, transformation, & measurement of bioorganisms such as yeast, bacteria, and animal cells. -Research related to Bio Molecular aspects, for example genetic elements including DNA/RNA manipulations, biological assays and techniques to successfully create products of interest in the lab or for industrial problem solving. -Strong association with a Specific Industry but association with multiple industries either by education or experience will be considered a plus. As a researcher, the individual will perform the following activities: -Define scientific and technical specifications for research experiments -Be a technical lead and drive innovation in their field of expertise -Take active participation in project planning -Support technical transfer of projects -Prior training (or) willingness to be trained in handling pathogenic/non pathogenic bacterial strains in Class II biosafety lab -Serve as a safety role model, maintaining high safety standards and promoting improvements -Work closely with internal market groups and industry partners or customers -Willingness to travel to internal/external customer sites and AL R&D centers -Play a lead scientific role related to Life Science Biology topics within the organisation -Individuals are expected to have a strong link to academia, associations and industry. Peer reviewed publications or patents to demonstrate their capabilities will be a plus. QUALIFICATIONS: M.S. with minimum 10 years experience or PhD with 5 years experience in related scientific field of Biology or Engineering in chemical/biochemical/biological engineering. Demonstrated ability to bring innovations, improvements, and process modifications from concept to reality. Candidate should have direct experience in several of the following topics: enzyme modification/kinetics, fermentation, bioprocessing, biosynthesis, molecular assays. Must be a self-starter, highly motivated, and work well in a multidisciplinary group. Candidate is expected to have excellent written and oral communication skills. Ability to innovate and generate potential patents in their area of expertise are expected traits of a researcher. Individual should be results-driven while being flexible and able to adapt to changing conditions/priorities. A technical career ladder exists for scientists/engineers to progress their career based on expertise....

Principal Software Engineer - Corporate Markets

Elsevier is the world's leading provider of scientific, technical and medical (STM) information, tools and resources. A global company based in Amsterdam, Elsevier partners with scientists, researchers, healthcare providers, educators and decision-makers in academic institutions, governments and corporations to help them find, evaluate and use information. Our breadth of content is unparalleled, spanning virtually every STM field in the world and includes such distinguished brands as Gray's Anatomy, The Lancet and Cell. Using innovative technology, we deliver our content through tools that help our customers be more productive and successful in their work. ScienceDirect delivers the worlds' leading journals electronically to over 11 million readers in 200 countries. And physicians in 95 percent of teaching hospitals rely on MD Consult to get critical information that can save lives. Technology is the key to Elsevier. Your challenge will be to excite the brightest minds in the work they do. You will be redefining how our customers use our information; and developing innovative and impactful solutions on eBooks, apps, complex point-of-care products and more. Imagine the pride that comes from launching such new products. To succeed, you will need to be both commercially minded and technology focused. And equally important is the passion and commitment to making a positive difference to the world. All these in an exciting and evolving workplace which offers all the career opportunities expected of a prestigious, global company. Job Purpose: An exciting Principal Software Engineer opportunity is available with Elsevier?s Life Sciences Solutions group working on Pathway Studio http://www.elsevier.com/online-tools/pathway-studio - a biological decision support tool and a recent acquisition by Elsevier, the global information services provider. Reporting to the Director, Software Engineering, this position requires both strong developer skills and project management capabilities. It sits within a team developing new applications, designing technical solutions, and driving continuous improvement in the quality of the software development process. Its success will be a significant driver to the growth of the business which helps Life Sciences organizations better understand the disease and biological context of experimental data....

Sr. Quality Assurance Sterilization Engineer

Overview: The Sr. QA Sterilization Engineer position is located at C. R. Bard Medical Division in Covington, GA. Summary of Position with General Responsibilities: The Senior Sterilization Engineer is responsible for compliance for the Quality programs within Regional Sterilization to meet the Corporate and Industry standards for quality system requirements in sterilization processing. Essential Job Functions: Ensures compliance to divisional, Corporate, ISO, and EN requirementsParticipates in regulatory agency (EPA, OSHA, FDA, and ISO) visits/auditsMaintain QA programs for Failure investigations, CAPAs, Change Control Projects.Coordinates with project teams and technical team on process improvement projects and compliance of product on-loadsAssists in disposition of nonconformance?s and performs review of NC for closureMaintains processing specifications (Pallet Patterns, Sterilization Specification Sheets, Cycle Specifications, etc?)Update QA procedures as appropriate to ensure complianceReviews Calibration documentsDirectly supervises the Documentation/Lot Release functions at the Madison Facility...

*Environmental Engineer

Alcoa Fastening Systems & Rings (AFSR) has an exciting opportunity for an experienced Environmental Engineer to be responsible for ensuring compliance in all applicable Alcoa, New York, and local regulatory requirements. In addition, this person will apply their engineering knowledge and expertise to improve environmental operations at the plant. This is a great career opportunity to expand your knowledge within a global company that has best-in-class EHS programs and is committed to operating sustainably. The position is based in Rochester, NY. Alcoa Fastening Systems & Rings (AFSR) serves the global aerospace, automotive, and commercial transportation markets with the most specialized engineering, highest quality, and the greatest breadth and depth of fastening system solutions and seamless rolled rings in our industry. Headquartered in Torrance, CA; AFSR employs over 7,600 people in 11 countries at 37 locations. AFSR is a business unit of Alcoa, Inc. (NYSE:AA) Key Responsibilities Manage all environmental issues, reports and permits as related to Air, Wastewater, Storm Water, Residual Waste, TRI, Tier II and Hazmat Reporting. This includes responsibility for the timely and accurate filing of necessary records to demonstrate compliance with applicable federal, state, and Alcoa programs. Develop and execute management systems designed to ensure the plant is in compliance with all Alcoa, local, state, and federal environmental regulations and that continual improvement, pollution prevention, and compliance are a part of the plants main goals. Coordinate and manage all on-site hazardous materials (waste management and scrap management) as well as develop and maintain recycling programs. Maintain all records and documents as necessary Effectively champion the integration of Human Performance principles and tools into environmental processes. May perform compliance training for EPA, HAZMAT, and other in-house personnel. May perform hands-on environmental monitoring and measurement. Although the Environmental Engineer works primarily days (Mon ? Fri), it is expected this person will work off-shifts as needed to support the function of this role and is on call as first line help chain 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. May assist with other EHS related duties as assigned Skills Ability to prioritize and complete multiple and diverse work assignments Well-developed verbal and written communication skills Proven leadership and communication skills to effectively work with internal and external customers across many organizational levels. This includes shop floor employees and departments as well as regulatory agencies Strong project management skills Work Authorization At this time, Alcoa will not sponsor a new applicant for employment authorization for this position....

Wetland Biologist

Tetra Tech, a leader in consulting, engineering, environmental science and technical services worldwide has a challenging opportunity for a highly motivated professional in our growing Technical Support Services Division. We are a diverse company, embracing talented individuals with expertise in science, research, engineering, construction, and information technology. Our strength lies in collectively teaming together to provide integrated services delivering the best solutions to meet our clients' needs. We currently have an exciting opportunity for a Wetlands Biologist in our growing Portland, Maine operation....

Principal Quality Engineer - Sterilization

Overview: The Principal Quality Engineer - Global Sterilization is located at C. R. Bard Operations, Covington,GA. Summary of Position with General Responsibilities: The Principle Quality Engineer Global Sterilization is responsible for the compliance of the Bard sterilization programs to meet the Corporate standards for sterilization validation, NPD for sterilization, product adoption and bioburden monitoring for C. R. Bard. The Principle Quality Engineer Sterilization is the main contact for product introduction, contract supplier approvals, certification maintenance and regulatory submission information regarding sterilization. Essential Job Functions: Program leader in the coordination and maintenance of compliance for all sterilization validation activities including protocols and reports for all modes of sterilization for all C.R. Bard divisions whose product is sterilized by Bard and/or an approved Bard contract sterilization organization.Ensures compliance to divisional, Corporate, ISO, and EN requirements.Oversees the evaluation of new or modified products for sterilization validation equivalency (adoption) for products sterilized in Regional sterilization and contract suppliers.Leads the management of the Corporate Bioburden program Provides leadership and technical expertise for sterilization related process improvement projects for all C. R. Bard sterilization programs. Performs as the technical lead and oversight for sterilization equipment qualification and re qualification for contract sterilization suppliers. Performs technical oversight for all sterilization validation programs.Manages department sterilization quality engineersLeads the execution of the Global Sterilization strategic initiatives for cycle development activities to support product introductions, acquisitions or cost improvement programs. Oversees the sterilization supplier audit schedule and ensures compliance to schedules.Monitors and measures the quality performance of sterilization suppliers and oversees disposition of process nonconformities to support the business.Supports and participates in regulatory agency (EPA, OSHA, FDA, and ISO) visits/audits at all locations supported by Global Sterilization.Other duties as assigned related to sterilization, compliance or projects to support the C. R. Bard business. ....

CAD Designer HHEmployeeType: Full

The intermediate level CAD Designer must have a minimum of 5 years? experience with CAD drafting and design. The company is a designer, manufacturer and fabricator serving the waste water, carpet, textile, non-woven and torrefaction industries. The CAD Designer position will design products that serve a full range of water and wastewater industries. That means products related to headworks, biological products, thickening, biosolids and custom items for industrial and commercial customers. Understanding of flow and horsepower would be helpful. Excellent opportunity in South Carolina. Requirements/Responsibilities ?Provide conceptual designs and detailed CAD drawings. ?Ensure compliance with client design standards and specifications ?Demonstrate a sound understanding of design concepts with minimal engineering input and a proficiency in utilizing manual and computer-assisted techniques for difficult design applications ?Maintain and organize sales inquiries and project bidding, ensuring compliance with project specifications, bidding requirements, and meeting required deadlines. ?Responsible for writing all sales proposals. ?Interface with applicable managers in reviewing and evaluating sales inquiries and bidding schedule. ?Prepare and update various reports for management utilizing multiple software packages including Microsoft Excel, Word and Access, ?Support regional sales staff and sales representatives with technical information as well as pre-bid documentation. ?Review new orders to make sure they agree with our proposals. Provide operations with order details. ?Ability to read and interpret blueprint requirements. Essential Skills and Experience ?Detailed oriented ?Demonstrate and apply comprehensive knowledge of sales support and the ability to bring successfully completion of complex assignments. ?Must possess strong verbal and written communication skills. ?Ability to work independently, as well interact within a group. Competitive base salary with comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, and life insurance; Flexible Spending Account; 401(k); vacation and sick time; and paid holidays. If you have the qualifications and are interested, please submit resume and cover outlining relevant experience to: 504-503-7976 (private line) 844-674-6652, ext. 7976...

Industrial Hygienist

Conestoga-Rovers & Associates (CRA) provides comprehensive engineering, environmental consulting, construction, and information technology solutions for our clients. With more than 30 years of experience in providing high quality and responsive services, CRA has grown to over 90 offices and 3,000 employees working on projects worldwide. Conestoga-Rovers & Associates has an opening in our Houston, TX office for an Industrial Hygienist, who aspires to become an active employee in a vibrant, well-established company. If you?re driven, fast track your career here! Conestoga-Rovers and Associates (CRA) is seeking a qualified and experienced Industrial Hygienist to work in the Houston, Texas office. The successful candidate will provide leadership and direction as CRA promotes our safety / industrial hygiene services throughout the greater Houston, Texas area. The successful candidate will perform a wide range of industrial hygiene consultation services for third party clients which includes planning, conducting, and reporting the results of exposure assessment projects. The successful candidate will establish project objectives / methodologies; provide direction to field staff; review project field data; and prepare final reports for safety / industrial hygiene related projects. Responsibilities: Perform exposure assessment projects for chemicals (gases, vapors, dusts, aerosols, etc.), biological (viable and non-viable mold, bloodborne pathogens, etc.), physical (noise, heat/cold stress, non-ionizing radiation), and ergonomic stressors Provide industrial hygiene technical support to other staff members (Toxicologists, Engineers, Geologists, Environmental Scientists, etc.) including litigation support, analysis, and interpretation of exposure data, and exposure methodologies Manage and coordinate all aspects of projects as they relate to industrial hygiene Plan, schedule, and provide work direction to industrial hygienists/technicians, safety professionals environmental technicians and supporting staff Responsible for assisting the business development staff in the sales and marketing of Environmental, Safety and Occupational Health (ESOH) services to industrial clients with a focus in the Houston, Texas area Provide safety and industrial hygiene support to CRA internal safety department...

Ecologist

Cardno is seeking an Ecologist in our Riverview/Sarasota, FL office. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: > Regulatory permitting support > Managing small to medium projects > Working closely with Senior Staff and other Project Managers > Providing proposal/report writing and cost estimating > Field investigation/study design, data collection, data entry, presentation and analysis > Administrative support duties as needed...

Process Engineer- Downstream

Bristol-Myers Squibb is a global biopharmaceutical company whose mission is to discover, develop and deliver innovative medicines that help patients prevail over serious diseases. One shared journey is moving us forward at Bristol-Myers Squibb. Around the world, we are passionate about making an impact on the lives of patients with serious disease. Empowered to apply our individual talents and ideas so that we can learn and grow together. And driven to make a difference, from innovative research to hands-on community support. Bristol-Myers Squibb recognizes the importance of balance and flexibility in our work environment. We offer a wide variety of competitive benefits, services and programs that provide our employees the resources to pursue their goals, both at work and in their personal lives. Bristol-Myers Squibb has announced plans for an expansion of its large-scale biologics manufacturing facility in Devens, Massachusetts. The expansion will create a mammalian cell biologics center of excellence through the introduction of biologics development and clinical trial manufacturing capabilities to the site. Both represent new capabilities for Devens, a site that in its early years has focused solely on large-scale, bulk biologics manufacturing. The Process Engineer serves as a process technical lead and subject matter expert to large scale chromatographic, filtration, ultrafiltration/diafiltration and other purification unit operations for the commercial manufacture of biopharmaceuticals for Devens manufacturing. This position offers the opportunity to provide strong and highly visible leadership of cross-functional teams to resolve complex problems while meeting quality, schedule, and cost objectives. The successful candidate will be key contributor to a dynamic and highly technical team of engineers and scientists by setting appropriate objectives and priorities, overcoming obstacles; and delivering results within project timelines and will build and maintain effective collaborations with Manufacturing, Manufacturing Support, Quality Assurance, Analytical and Global Regulatory Sciences groups. Responsibilities include: ? Provides technical expertise for investigation and resolution of downstream process deviations, root cause investigation, CAPAs, process improvements, review and approval of change controls and preparation of regulatory filings. ? Demonstrates a strong knowledge of cGMP compliance, BMS corporate, site and regulatory agency requirements and procedures. ? Supports process technology transfer, process validation and the preparation of CMC documentation for regulatory filings for BMS Devens Large Scale Cell Culture facility. ? Leads cross functional teams for process improvements, new product start-ups at BMS-LSCC facility. ? Evaluates process performance by comparing manufacturing data to historical data from other sites; reports variances to management with recommendations for process enhancement. ? Authors technical documents, including protocols, reports and SOPs supporting the validation of the manufacturing downstream process ? Participates in the preparation of regulatory filing documents and inspection readiness. ? Provides process subject matter expertise for regulatory inspections and other interactions with regulatory agencies, representing the Devens site....

Process Engineer

Process Engineer Greater Washington DC area $Competitive Plus Bonus, LTI, Comprehensive Benefits Package , Relocation Assistance (if required) Our client is recruiting on behalf of a successful and innovative biopharmaceutical company. An excellent opportunity has now arisen for a Process Engineer to join their team. If you?re a process development, pilot plant or commercial biologics manufacturing professional with proven experience of working with cGMP standards, this is an excellent opportunity to join a growing company. In this integral position, you?ll play a key role in the smooth running and efficiency of our client?s manufacturing process. As a Process Engineer, you will be responsible for identifying and implementing new technological programs and solutions to improve the quality, efficiency and cost effectiveness of our client?s manufacturing process. Building and maintaining strong relationships with key stakeholders, you?ll ensure that technology programs are planned and implemented to support the needs of the biopharmaceutical manufacturing operation. Acting as the primary interface for new product introductions, you?ll ensure the successful completion of technology transfer projects and activities within the Manufacturing Department. You?ll support the development and maintenance of strategic planning tools, such as the site master plan, long term operating plan and capacity management plan. Additionally, you?ll provide a high level of leadership to cross-functional teams to ensure that programs are delivered on time and within budget. An MBA would be beneficial to your application, as would Lean Six Sigma certification. To apply for the role of Process Engineer, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Web Recruit LLC. Web Recruit, LLC is in the business of performing recruitment services. Additional Keywords: Process Engineer, Manufacturing Specialist, Manufacturing Associate, MFR Engineer, Manufacturing Process Engineer, Production Process Engineer, Process Development Engineer, Biologics Manufacturing Engineer, Quality Engineer, Production Engineer, Process Engineering....

Operations Leader - METHOCEL

The Dow Chemical Company's Louisiana Operations and Dow Pharma & Food Solutions has an exciting and challenging opportunity for an Operations Leader at the Cellulose plant in Plaquemine, Louisiana. As part of the DP&FS business in Functional Materials, this plant produces a variety of pharmaceutical, food, personal care, industrial specialty, and construction grade HPMC materials under the METHOCEL? brand name. The Operations Leader has responsibility for achieving business and site aligned goals for the plant by leading shift operations personnel in a results-oriented and motivated production environment. The Operations Leader supports the Production Leader by providing visible leadership, technical expertise, guidance, and coaching to plant personnel and also serves as the primary back-up to the Production Leader in his/her absence. This Operations Leader job is a great developmental opportunity for a new people leader. It also offers the advantages of being located at one of Dow?s major sites on the US Gulf Coast and in a market-facing business which includes considerable interaction with external customers and other Dow functions including sales, marketing, and supply chain. Key Job Responsibilities: Provide leadership, performance management, and development mentoring to shift operators Ensure effective programs are in place to achieve plant EH&S goals and demonstrate EH&S as first priority through actions and behaviors Lead key culture change initiatives for the plant including Quality, Housekeeping, LEAN/5S, and Integrated Performance System (IPS) Work with the OPWP coach to drive continuous improvement on the use and effectiveness of work processes and associated tools Take on additional roles (Production Coordinator, Focus Team leader, etc.) as plant priorities and staffing situations dictate...

Biologist/Wetland Scientist

The successful candidate will work in an interdisciplinary team-oriented environment. This position will support the URS Cincinnati Ecology Department in accomplishing a wide variety of projects including environmental permitting, utility siting and licensing, environmental inspection, and many others. Responsibilities of the Environmental Scientist may include, but are not limited to: ?Wetland delineation reports, function assessments, mitigation plans, and environmental compliance/permitting documents ?Stream, wetland and wildlife habitat assessments ?Monitoring, wetland and stream projects ?Preparing biological evaluations/assessments preparing EIS and EAs and proposals, and managing projects With nearly 100,000 employees ? including architects, engineers, designers, planners, scientists and management and construction services professionals ? serving clients in more than 150 countries around the world following the acquisition of URS, AECOM is a premier, fully integrated infrastructure and support services firm. AECOM is ranked as the #1 engineering design firm by revenue in Engineering News-Record magazine?s annual industry rankings. The company is a leader in all of the key markets that it serves, including transportation, facilities, environmental, energy, oil and gas, water, high-rise buildings and government. AECOM provides a blend of global reach, local knowledge, innovation and technical excellence in delivering solutions that create, enhance and sustain the world's built, natural and social environments. A Fortune 500 company, AECOM companies, including URS, had revenue of $19.2 billion during the 12 months ended June 30, 2014. More information on AECOM and its services can be found at www.aecom.com. For immediate consideration, please submit your resume online at www.urscorp.com and refer to Requisition #IE98856 URSCB018...

Dow Chemical Engineers - Production, Operations and Process Automation

The Dow Chemical Company is currently seeking Process Automation Engineers, Production Engineers and Operational Leaders. We are seeking Engineers with a minimum of two years or more of experience. The location for these roles will be at our Seadrift, TX operations. Opportunities in Manufacturing include a broad range of responsibilities in chemical plant safety and environmental performance, process operation, optimization, modification, maintenance, and technology implementation. Engineers must use sound technical judgment to enable safe and efficient plant operations. We combine world-class expertise, future-focused technologies, and sustainability to solve global issues in the areas of energy, consumerism, health and nutrition, infrastructure and transportation. Our Engineering employees work as part of a team at The Dow Chemical Company and we have many opportunities to address challenging real-world problems. So immerse yourself in a culture of innovation and discover exciting opportunities. Career opportunities are available in the following areas: Production Engineer The purpose of the Production Engineer role is to provide a technical resource to assist operations teams in the daily plant operations. Key areas of emphasis are environmental health, and safety (EH&S) performance, product quality, plant cost optimization, and all aspects of plant technical performance such as yield, energy efficiency, and production rates. Process Automation Engineer The Process Automation Engineer acts as a technical resource and process control team member for capital and improvement projects. These projects include implementing Dow's most effective technology, incremental process technology improvements and solutions new to Dow's businesses. Operations Leader The Operations Leader has shared responsibility and accountability (with the Production Leader) for the plant assets, personnel and achievement of the plant related business goals. The role delivers plant based business and administrative leadership to an empowered, work process driven, plant organization. The Operations Leader will have administrative responsibility for Tech/Tech employees, including Performance Management, pay planning, Balance of Consequences and employee development. These roles may include relocation assistance....

Wetland Scientist / Biologist (2-5 yrs exp)

Kleinfelder is an employee-owned architectural, engineering, and science consulting firm providing solutions to meet our world's complex infrastructure and natural resource challenges. Kleinfelder has nearly 2,000 employee-owners with offices nationwide and abroad. With over 50 years of experience, Kleinfelder's reputation for providing innovative, commonsense solutions to the most complex challenges has solidified its status as a trusted partner to its global clients and a leader in the industry. Working as a team, Kleinfelder's bright people will deliver the right solutions. The Tulsa, OK office is seeking a Wetland Scientist / Biologist to assist on various types of projects primarily in the transportation and energy markets . Under supervision and working with experienced staff, the successful candidate will assist in field assessments for wetlands, threatened and endangered species and other NEPA related projects in the natural resources sector. Approximately 90% of time will be dedicated to project initiation, field data collection, and report writing. This will include: delineations of Waters of the U.S. (including wetlands) according to USACE standards, stream and wetland mitigation planning, mitigation site monitoring, Section 404 permitting, habitat assessments, hazardous substance surveys, and other studies. This position may also involve sampling, inspection, analysis, and technical support. The ideal candidate should have a strong background in plant and wildlife identification, soils evaluation, hydrology, GPS use, permit preparation, and be able to conduct work year round in adverse climate and field conditions. The ideal candidate will have good writing and communication skills. The position will involve preparing field reports, internal correspondence, and formal reports and proposals. They may also coordinate small projects with direct review and interaction by senior operations/technical staff. The position requires strong attention to detail in order to ensure compliance with relevant state/federal regulations and client specific requirements. BS in an Environmental, Biological, or Ecological Science is required. Candidate should have 2 to 5 years of experience in conducting fieldwork and reporting. The ability to travel is required. This position is a great opportunity for qualified professionals who are energetic and enthusiastic and who like diversified project types. Kleinfelder offers an excellent compensation and benefits package including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, 401(k) plan, and paid holidays. Kleinfelder is an Equal Opportunity Employer ? Minorities/Women/Disabled/Veterans....

Project Engineer

BASF Enzymes LLC is growing its Manufacturing department and we are seeking a Project Engineer. The qualified candidate for this position will provide support in developing, managing, and executing a wide variety of engineering projects for BASF Enzymes LLC at our contract Manufacturing partner, Fermic, S.A. in Mexico City, as well as overseeing engineering projects at our new pilot scale facility in San Diego. The Project Engineer will interact with BASF Enzymes LLC?s Manufacturing, Purchasing, Quality, Regulatory, and Process Development personnel as well as process and equipment design engineering consultants, equipment vendors, and CMO Engineering and Production personnel. This position will also be responsible for tracking and reporting on Capital equipment project status for all assigned projects. In addition, this position will involve generating justifications, developing design requirements (Scope of Work), for productivity improvements and process optimization projects and assessing the effectiveness of capital improvement projects. Responsibilities: Capital project planning, scheduling, tracking and cost management Developing justification, scope of work and submitting engineering projects for approval Defining project work scope, developing preliminary design documentation, authoring or reviewing Requests for Quotation Identifying and communicating with qualified vendors, evaluating and recommending vendor proposals Preparing status reports and presentations and leading meetings involving engineering projects Working with BASF Enzymes LLC, CMO and vendor personnel to supervise construction and commissioning of engineering projects as required. Utilization of external engineering consultants as needed to supplement BASF Enzymes LLC capabilities, particularly in the area of detailed design Project close-out and performance assessment Providing process and/or engineering expertise to assist in process improvement Process and goal oriented Able to communicate effectively, orally and in writing Comfortable with database software and information management At least 1 year of experience with Delta-V controls At least 1 year of experience with OSI-PI software At least 1 year of experience with DCS/PLC software and automated control systems Experience with bioprocess equipment including fermentors, centrifuges, TFF units, and various utilities is preferred Travel to Mexico City CMO 25% Ability to speak Spanish a plus Education/ Experience: Bachelor?s degree with at least 3 years of experience implementing a wide variety of engineering projects. Professional Engineering license preferred. Experience with biological manufacturing processes and process equipment Experience with Microsoft Office software (Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Project) We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law....

Lean Implementation Leader - Freeport

The Dow Chemical Company has exciting and challenging opportunities available for Lean Implementation Leaders . These roles are based in the Gulf Coast and support regional sites. The Lean Implementation Leader position is responsible for driving transformation and applying continuous improvement and/or lean manufacturing methodologies throughout the organization/plants, acts as a CI/lean champion, driving Lean-Enterprise culture throughout the organization. Key Responsibilities Implement CI/Lean within the Manufacturing and Supply chain organizations Provide intensive training for production teams and culture change within the organization Teach, demonstrate and Coordinate CI/Lean implementation and activities on the shop floor such as Kanban, Material Conveyance, Production flow, Super Market design and deployment, Value Stream Mapping, Takt time analysis, Problem-Solving, Standardized work, Set-up reduction, 5S, Visual Workplace, and Error-Proofing, 5S, TPM, SMED/QCO, Visual Factory, Kaizen, Scheduling, etc. Ensure consistency of CI/Lean methods Assist plant CI teams in sustaining gains achieved in CI efforts. ----Support management team in implementing the best practices Lead Kaizen events as and where needed Set Lean reporting (projects and financials) system, and report regularly to Line and functional management Manage follow-up of multiple projects in different production Sites...

Manager: Permitting & Compliance (LNG)

Manager of Permitting & Compliance: 15 years with compliance and permitting emphasis on energy infrastructure projects in U.S. including Power Plant/Power Generation Related Projects OR LNG Projects, Pipelines, Central Plants, and/or natural gas storage. also 5 years of permitting * developing projects with U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory. Great Company: Pension + 401k + Stock & Cash Bonus Annually TWIC(Transportation Worker Identification Credentials). Manage the Permitting process and environmental programs based on Company Guidelines Responsible for maintain a solid understanding of all regulatory and permit requirements. Partners with EPC contractor, E&C, and operations staff to coordinate permit needs and manage changes associated with the EPC design, . Provides interface with FERC for permitting activities and site inspections. Recognizes environmental issues and liabilities associated with the development of specific projects as assigned. Prepares work scopes, bid or arrange for services, and manages permitting, contractors & subcontractors to support the permitting process. Responsible for compliance management process including preparation of permit tracking matrices, environmental Plans, including FERC orders, authorizations, and Implementation plans....

ASSEMBLER - LEVEL 2

ASSEMBLER - LEVEL 2 Work Schedule: - 1st shift 7:00 am to 3:30 pm Mon-Fri overtime when needed may be before or after shift and possibly on Saturdays Job Description: Responsible for the assembly of electronic equipment. May disassemble, modify, rework, reassemble and test assemblies and subassemblies using hand tools and power tools to assemble units according to product specifications. May be required to complete an apprenticeship and/or formal training in area of specialty. Has knowledge of commonly-used concepts, practices, and procedures within a particular field. Relies on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job. Works under direct supervision. Primary job functions require exercising limited judgment. Typically reports to a supervisor or manager. Special Considerations: Lifting is generally in the 10 to 15 Lbs. range with minimal repetitions. Exposure to machinery, chemical, biological, and physical risks is minimal. Interviews will be conducted in person....

Scientist Engineer III

Group: MSS Clearance Level Needed: Secret Shift: Day Category: Programs & Operations Scientist Engineer III experience is defined as demonstrating experience in the following areas: ? Demonstration of three (3) years of experience in one or more of the following areas: ? survivability performance areas of ballistic vulnerability/lethality; ? cybersecurity/information assurance (IA); ? electromagnetic environmental effects (E3); ? electronic warfare; ? chemical, biological, radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) contamination survivability; ? Initial nuclear weapons effects; ? high-altitude electromagnetic pulse (HEMP), counter radio controlled IED electronic warfare (CREW), soldier survivability; ? countermeasures (including atmospherics and obscurants). ? Experience is defined as activities to include Test & Evaluation (T&E) planning activities, test execution, T&E documentation development, evaluations of system data from test or modeling events. The experience must be within the last ten years (2004 to present) to qualify as relevant since significant changes have occurred to the acquisition and test and evaluation process during the war effort over the last ten years. ? Demonstrated experience in the development of a minimum of three (3) different types of DoD system acquisition products for test and evaluation. Examples include, but are not limited to System Evaluation Plan, Test & Evaluation Master Plan, Early Strategy Review, Concept In Process Review, Test Plans (Operational or Developmental), Operational Test Agency Milestone Assessment Report, Safety Release and Safety Confirmation. Please indicate what acquisition systems these products were developed for. ? Documented examples in the resume of undertaking and resolving difficult and highly complex technical projects through research, analysis, and the application of judgment. ? Provided technical insight for addressing problems that were difficult to define, required unconventional or novel approaches, and required sophisticated analytical techniques. ? Has remained abreast of changes in engineering sciences and implements cutting edge breakthroughs into current efforts when applicable. ? Independently evaluated, selected and applied standard engineering techniques, procedures, and criteria. ? Personally observed test events as and monitored performance of the test item and adequacy of data collected....

Senior Development Manager

Senior Development Manager We are looking for a senior experienced individual to head up and manage a new R&D facility and team to be based in Florida. This is an opportunity to work for an international growing company that invests in their employees and promotes from within. They believe in and practice the philosophy of a good work/life balance. The Sr. Development Manager will be initially responsible for building a team and equipping the facility to perform a variety of task with additions / upgrades to the current range of products and in the development of new products & processes under the guidance of the Group Technical Director....

Intern, Water Resources Scientist/Engineer

Tetra Tech is a leading provider of consulting, engineering, and technical services worldwide. We are a diverse company, including individuals with expertise in science, research, engineering, construction, and information technology. Our strength is in collectively providing integrated services?delivering the best solutions to meet our clients' needs. With more than 14,000 employees, 330 offices worldwide and $2.6 billion revenue in 2013, we provide services to protect and improve the quality of life through responsible resource management, sound infrastructure, and rapid communications ability. As part of the Tetra Tech family of companies, we are home to some of the best minds in the country, including nationally renowned subject matter experts. Whether we are contemplating the restoration of our environment or helping to revitalize our urban centers, we are thinking of clear sustainable solutions to resource management and infrastructure challenges. In fact, it?s much more than what can be done today; it?s what we?ll be able to do tomorrow. We offer competitive compensation and benefits and are searching for innovative people to join our teams. We are an equal opportunity employer. Tetra Tech is considering a part-time Water Resources Intern in its Saint Paul, MN office. The successful candidate will work as a team member to support routine and non-routine assignments related to water resources projects of substantial variety and complexity, typically under the direct supervision of a Project Manager. This position will support federal, state, and municipal projects involving TMDL development, water quality assessment, watershed management and planning, watershed modeling, and water quality restoration planning. The desirable candidate will be someone who is extremely responsive, enthusiastic, detail-oriented, communicative, and willing to learn new skills. Typical responsibilities may include: Conduct research related to water resources studies including scientific, engineering, planning and policy topics Support field analysis for watershed resources including upland, wetland, riparian and stream channel areas Compile and compute a variety of data, and help to catalog and manage databases. Analyze watershed and water quality data using GIS and statistical techniques Support watershed and water quality model setup, calibration, validation, and application Develop or prepare descriptive charts, figures/maps, and tables/matrices Supportwater resources planning through application of quantitative and qualitative evaluation techniques Perform writing assignments to contribute to project documentation and deliverables such as memos and reports Helpquality assure work...

Customer Technical Service Representative

Silgan Containers, the largest metal food can supplier in North America. We supply Americas leading food brands with convenience packaging that has proven to meet consumer needs and build brand sales and share, profitably. Our reputation has been built on a foundation of quality. With meticulous attention to detail in the services provided as well as in packaging products, we continue to inspire confidence among food processors and earn their business every day. POSITION MAY BE LOCATED IN DALLAS, TX AREA; ATLANTA, GA AREA; LAFAYETTE, IN AREA Position Summary: The Customer Technical Service (CTS) Representative acts as a liaison between Silgan and our customers. This includes direct work with and coordination of work on container design, specifications, handling and processing, and the investigation and resolution of customer problems/complaints. By nature of this work, the CTS Representative interacts with all departments and levels of customer and Silgan organizations and occasionally regulatory authorities. Job Functions: Know and apply written safety procedures and take appropriate action to maintain a safe environment with established standards and guidelines within Silgan Containers and customer work environments. Serve as a liaison to the customer for Silgan packaging projects. Act as technical advisor to Silgan Sales and technical resource to the customer. Investigate directly or coordinate the investigation and resolution of customer complaints. As required, review material and performance specifications, container applications and materials substitutions related to customer container use or proposed uses and approvals. Define customer packaging requirements and approval protocols. Where qualified, assist customers and internal Silgan groups in thermal processing activities. When necessary, conduct field evaluations of containers with the skills to document and report findings and conclusions as required. Provide technical education to Silgan groups, customers and industry on packaging related topics. Serve as Technical Service, general Silgan or Silgan/Customer , Silgan/Supplier teams working with quality, container performance, specification or business issues. Assist in training of Silgan and customer personnel in general packaging concepts and container processing. LIMITATIONS AND DISCLAIMER The above job description is meant to describe the general nature and level of work being performed; it is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required for this position. All job requirements are subject to possible modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities. Some requirements may exclude individuals who pose a direct threat or significant risk to the health and safety of themselves or other employees. This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee occupying this position. Employees will be required to follow any other job-related instructions and to perform other job-related duties requested by their supervisor in compliance with Federal and State Laws . Requirements are representative of minimum levels of knowledge, skills and/or abilities. To perform this job successfully, the employee must possess the abilities or aptitudes to perform each duty proficiently. Continued employment remains on an "at-will" basis. Silgan Containers is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, or the presence of a disability, which would not prevent the performance of essential job duties with, or without reasonable accommodation of any other protective status. Silgan Containers is a drug-free workplace....

Customer Technical Service Representative

Silgan Containers, the largest metal food can supplier in North America. We supply Americas leading food brands with convenience packaging that has proven to meet consumer needs and build brand sales and share, profitably. Our reputation has been built on a foundation of quality. With meticulous attention to detail in the services provided as well as in packaging products, we continue to inspire confidence among food processors and earn their business every day. POSITION MAY BE LOCATED IN DALLAS, TX AREA; ATLANTA, GA AREA; LAFAYETTE, IN AREA Position Summary: The Customer Technical Service (CTS) Representative acts as a liaison between Silgan and our customers. This includes direct work with and coordination of work on container design, specifications, handling and processing, and the investigation and resolution of customer problems/complaints. By nature of this work, the CTS Representative interacts with all departments and levels of customer and Silgan organizations and occasionally regulatory authorities. Job Functions: Know and apply written safety procedures and take appropriate action to maintain a safe environment with established standards and guidelines within Silgan Containers and customer work environments. Serve as a liaison to the customer for Silgan packaging projects. Act as technical advisor to Silgan Sales and technical resource to the customer. Investigate directly or coordinate the investigation and resolution of customer complaints. As required, review material and performance specifications, container applications and materials substitutions related to customer container use or proposed uses and approvals. Define customer packaging requirements and approval protocols. Where qualified, assist customers and internal Silgan groups in thermal processing activities. When necessary, conduct field evaluations of containers with the skills to document and report findings and conclusions as required. Provide technical education to Silgan groups, customers and industry on packaging related topics. Serve as Technical Service, general Silgan or Silgan/Customer , Silgan/Supplier teams working with quality, container performance, specification or business issues. Assist in training of Silgan and customer personnel in general packaging concepts and container processing. LIMITATIONS AND DISCLAIMER The above job description is meant to describe the general nature and level of work being performed; it is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required for this position. All job requirements are subject to possible modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities. Some requirements may exclude individuals who pose a direct threat or significant risk to the health and safety of themselves or other employees. This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee occupying this position. Employees will be required to follow any other job-related instructions and to perform other job-related duties requested by their supervisor in compliance with Federal and State Laws . Requirements are representative of minimum levels of knowledge, skills and/or abilities. To perform this job successfully, the employee must possess the abilities or aptitudes to perform each duty proficiently. Continued employment remains on an "at-will" basis. Silgan Containers is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, or the presence of a disability, which would not prevent the performance of essential job duties with, or without reasonable accommodation of any other protective status. Silgan Containers is a drug-free workplace....

Customer Technical Service Representative

Silgan Containers, the largest metal food can supplier in North America. We supply Americas leading food brands with convenience packaging that has proven to meet consumer needs and build brand sales and share, profitably. Our reputation has been built on a foundation of quality. With meticulous attention to detail in the services provided as well as in packaging products, we continue to inspire confidence among food processors and earn their business every day. POSITION MAY BE LOCATED IN DALLAS, TX AREA; ATLANTA, GA AREA; LAFAYETTE, IN AREA Position Summary: The Customer Technical Service (CTS) Representative acts as a liaison between Silgan and our customers. This includes direct work with and coordination of work on container design, specifications, handling and processing, and the investigation and resolution of customer problems/complaints. By nature of this work, the CTS Representative interacts with all departments and levels of customer and Silgan organizations and occasionally regulatory authorities. Job Functions: Know and apply written safety procedures and take appropriate action to maintain a safe environment with established standards and guidelines within Silgan Containers and customer work environments. Serve as a liaison to the customer for Silgan packaging projects. Act as technical advisor to Silgan Sales and technical resource to the customer. Investigate directly or coordinate the investigation and resolution of customer complaints. As required, review material and performance specifications, container applications and materials substitutions related to customer container use or proposed uses and approvals. Define customer packaging requirements and approval protocols. Where qualified, assist customers and internal Silgan groups in thermal processing activities. When necessary, conduct field evaluations of containers with the skills to document and report findings and conclusions as required. Provide technical education to Silgan groups, customers and industry on packaging related topics. Serve as Technical Service, general Silgan or Silgan/Customer , Silgan/Supplier teams working with quality, container performance, specification or business issues. Assist in training of Silgan and customer personnel in general packaging concepts and container processing. LIMITATIONS AND DISCLAIMER The above job description is meant to describe the general nature and level of work being performed; it is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required for this position. All job requirements are subject to possible modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities. Some requirements may exclude individuals who pose a direct threat or significant risk to the health and safety of themselves or other employees. This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee occupying this position. Employees will be required to follow any other job-related instructions and to perform other job-related duties requested by their supervisor in compliance with Federal and State Laws . Requirements are representative of minimum levels of knowledge, skills and/or abilities. To perform this job successfully, the employee must possess the abilities or aptitudes to perform each duty proficiently. Continued employment remains on an "at-will" basis. Silgan Containers is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, or the presence of a disability, which would not prevent the performance of essential job duties with, or without reasonable accommodation of any other protective status. Silgan Containers is a drug-free workplace....

Project Manager/Project Engineer - Dalton, MA - Nalco Co.

Every day, we make the world cleaner, safer and healthier ? protecting people and vital resources. Ecolab is the global leader in water, hygiene and energy technologies and services. Around the world businesses in foodservice, food processing, hospitality, healthcare, industrial, and oil and gas markets choose Ecolab products and services to keep their environment clean and safe, operate efficiently and achieve sustainability goals. Our global workforce of over 44,000 employees is consistently delivering comprehensive solutions that meet the unique needs of our customers. Position Title: Project Manager/Project Engineer ? Nalco Co. Location: Dalton, Massachusetts Nalco, an Ecolab Company, has an immediate need for a Project Manager/Engineer in our Water Process Services group located in Dalton, MA. If you are a strong Engineering professional with a proven track record of success in managing a variety of projects, we invite you to apply. This is your opportunity to join a large growing company offering a competitive base salary, bonus and excellent benefits. Job Overview This is a full-time, permanent position that reports to the Engineering Group Leader and Director of Engineering. This person places SAFETY as the #1 Priority on any project and will execute multiple projects simultaneously, with only moderate supervision. He/she will participate in the development of work assignments without detailed instructions and will participate in cross functional teams. Key Responsibilities Manages assigned projects for an on-time, on budget, and safe equipment delivery and/or installation that meets or exceed the customers expectations Coordinates onsite job walkthroughs and manages regular conference calls with the sales and support staff, contractors and customers Maintains detailed and thorough project notes, procedures, protocols and records Performs Mechanical design and specification of piping and pumping for water, wastewater, biogas, aeration, and chemicals Conducts feasibility studies, determines manpower and cost estimates, and develops engineering criteria such as P&IDs, Material and Component Specifications, General Arrangement and Layout concepts for assigned projects Sizing, specifying, and selecting equipment including: Dissolved Air Flotation Clarifiers, pumps, compressors, blowers, screens, and other wastewater treatment components Prepares detailed bid and submittal documentation and drawing packages Provides Technical review and commentary of vendor and contractor submittals Provides Guidance and oversight of construction, installation, startup and commissioning of equipment and treatment works Assess site conditions, evaluates treatment options, plans and diagrams flow/pumping/disposal alternatives for rental and permanent installations Anticipates and schedules preventative maintenance of Rental Systems and other equipment and tanks Interfaces with plant operators and field technicians to provide technical support and direction Interfaces with local and state regulators and posses a working knowledge of environmental regulations and practices Basic Qualifications Bachelor?s or Master?s Degree in Mechanical, Environmental, Civil, or Chemical Engineering Three to five years of relevant work experience Design of piping and pumping systems Design and construction of wastewater and/ or industrial works Sizing and selecting equipment Basic understanding of valve types, piping, pumps, tanks, mixers, and rotating machinery Able to travel domestically (frequently) and internationally (ability to obtain a passport) Preferred Qualifications Contractor oversight, Plant commissioning, Equipment procurement Experience with biological wastewater treatment Controls and instrumentation Strong knowledge of AutoCAD and Excel for engineering calculations Experience with Microsoft Project Experience with Timberline Possesses excellent organizational, planning and communication skills...

Facility Manager

We are currently seeking a Facility Manager for our Incinerator Plant to be responsible for the overall operational and financial results of one or several locations within a region. In conjunction with the Sales, Customer Service, Accounting and Safety, and Environmental groups, ensure that all regulatory compliance and safety issues are addressed and are within compliance. Ensure that the locations meet or exceeds its goals as it pertains to regulatory compliance, revenue growth, budget, profit growth, account retention, safety and continuous improvement. - We are Rank #21 On Forbes Most Innovative Companies - Great Pay - Great Benefits - Plus More! Essential Duties & Responsibilities: 1) Selects, trains, and develops an effective and efficient staff: ? Makes every reasonable effort to select, train, and develop qualified, diverse workforce. ? Establishes and communicates performance standards and objectives; conducts performance appraisals. ? Recommends salary adjustments, promotions, transfers and dismissals. ? Monitors operations and staff and recommends, when necessary, changes in methods, procedures, structure, and additions or changes in personnel to secure optimum utilization of resources. ? Counsels and coaches team members on educational and job opportunities in order to enhance career development, and keeps staff informed of current problems, procedural/operational changes, and new developments in the department and Company by conducting periodic meetings. ? Administers and communicates all Company policies and procedures, communicates to staff, interprets, as necessary, and ensures compliance and safety. ? Monitors and ensures that team members are performing their functions safely and productively. Makes recommendations for changes or improvement, when necessary, in order to prevent accident or injuries. ? Monitors department work productivity, reports on trends, and recommends and implements changes to continually improve work productivity. ? Develops subordinate managers and/or supervisors, particularly in the management techniques of planning, organizing, leading and controlling through continue coaching and feedback on performance. 2) Ensures that the entire plant is within regulatory compliance, including transportation, office and support within the plant operation. Reviews all applicable regulatory paperwork (i.e., TTL biological testing, training records, etc.). Manages database to include annual permit renewals, accidents and workers compensation records, etc. Establishes and maintains effective contact with state and local regulatory contacts and coordinates inspection and customer environmental tours. In addition, ensures that operational and customer related functions are completed timely, accurate and sufficient to meet standards. Meet with the key team members regularly to discuss and analyze reports with the goal of improving productivity and service. Identify inconsistencies and develop action plans consistent with Stericycle?s Customer 1st vision. 3) Ensure continual improvement of productivity standards and team member safety performance in all phases of the operation in order to achieve all financial/budgetary goals. Initiate actions to assure timely resolution of identified hazards or unsafe conditions and practices. 4) Provides financial forecasting and regularly reviews, analyzes, approves, and/or submits the following: ? Payroll registers-Ensure all overtime hours are necessary and all team members are working efficiently. ? A/P batches and expense reports ? Monitor expenses and account for unexpected changes. ? Manage capital expense projects. ? Monthly expense reporting (FRX). ? Monthly revenue/volume reports. ? New Team Member offers and paperwork. 5) Review and work with sites and site managers in the development and review of information and informational reporting. Coordinate locations cost savings by utilizing Continuous Improvement Practices. 6) Ensure delivery of services through transportation, plant and customer service functions to enhance customer loyalty. Address issues that arise through customer feedback processes (eg.customer surveys) 7) Has thorough knowledge and understanding of permit requirements, CEMS rules, EPA, OSHA, DOT. Ensure all locations are following all DOT regulations, including VCR (Vehicle Condition Report) review and filing, and maintenance of HOS (Hours of Service) Logs. 8) Performs other related duties and/or project work as required or requested. Position Requirements: Education equivalent to a Bachelor?s degree or the equivalent in related work experience. BS in management or environmental related field preferred, or related equivalent in related work experience. Five or more years of progressive management experience in logistics and plant operations environment, demonstrating the ability to manage people in a manufacturing and/or transportation environment. Demonstrates the ability to provide safe and regulatory compliant work conditions for all team members. Demonstrates knowledge and the ability to stay abreast of applicable regulations and codes, as they apply to the waste industry and those specific to area of responsibility. Demonstrates the ability to manage within an established budget as well as strong knowledge of budgetary processes, P&L statements, asset management, and project management. Demonstrates sound knowledge of Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Must be able to input, monitor and manipulate data within these applications. Demonstrates extensive experience with waste heat recovery to include waste heat boilers, heat exchangers, steam turbines/generators or similar high speed rotating process equipment. Experience in the operations and maintenance of mass burn facilities and the production of electrical energy via steam turbine is preferred. Must have extensive experience in the operations and maintenance of high temperature processing equipment such as controlled air fixed hearth, reciprocating hearth or rotary kiln incinerators, and air pollution control equipment, such as fabric filter houses, wet scrubbers and all other ancillary equipment. Ancillary equipment includes: high temp refractory of various types, digital and analog process controllers (PLC), thermocouples, pH control systems, conductivity control systems, water and chemical feed systems such as various types of pumps and valves, high temp gas flow control systems, such as forced and inducted draft fans, dampers, CEM systems, and emergency power back up systems. Must have a strong understanding of PID loop tuning and sequential processing and have the ability to troubleshoot system anomalies and direct corrective action with high temperature processing using all types of refractory materials. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against applicants due to race, ethnicity, gender, veteran status, or on the basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class. At Stericycle, we put you first so you can put our customers first. As part of our vision of Protecting People and Reducing Risk around the world, Stericycle offers an affordable, competitive and comprehensive benefits program. It's designed to help team members and their families with... ? A healthy balance between work and life outside of work, ? Physical and emotional well being, and ? Financial savings opportunities- for your peace of mind today and in the future! Your Health: ? Medical insurance ? Vision coverage ? Dental insurance Your Future: ? Retirement 401(k) Plan and Trust ? Employee Stock Purchase Plan ? Tuition Reimbursement Your Well Being: ? Employee assistance program (EAP) Your Protection: ? Short Term Disability ? Long Term Disability ? Life and Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance ? Auto and Home Insurance ? Prepaid Legal Program ? Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account (FSA) ? Healthcare flexible spending account (FSA) Time Away From Work: ? Vacation ? Paid Holidays ? Personal/Sick Days ? Paid Funeral Leave Note: Eligibility for the benefits described herein will vary depending on employment status and the terms of any collective bargaining agreement that may be applicable. Nothing contained herein is intended to be a term or condition of the Company's employment of any individual. Stericycle reserves the right to eliminate, modify and interpret any of these programs at any time at its sole discretion....

Senior Environmental Leader

*** Candidate MUST have knowledge of the Florida Ecosystem, therefore be a resident (past or present) of Florida. *** Client Description Our client is an engineering consulting company that provides multidisciplinary environmental and engineering services through its in-house staff of environmental and engineering professionals. Services include site investigations and characterizations of soil, sediment, groundwater, surface water; feasibility studies; remedial design; remedial construction; human health and ecological risk assessment; remedial process optimization; long-term monitoring and reporting; regulatory interface and closure. Environmental Services also include permitting and compliance; Environmental Impact Studies (EIS); and natural resource management plans for a variety of market sectors to include industrial, power generation, transmission, and land development. There is a focus to expand the services provided by the Environmental Group to include added resources in transportation, infrastructure and aerospace. Overview The Services Leader must have a proven track record in growth and business development in the Environmental Resources Sector in Florida. Responsibilities Manage the business and client development functions for the group Bring added technical expertise to the company and be known as an industry leader Develop strategic plans for each market sector and build on to or add internal teams of expertise Establish and develop strategic long-term relationships with current clients, new clients and prospective teaming partners Knowledge of the transportation and infrastructure requirements in FL, GA and AL with the capability to influence business decisions and position the company for added revenues. Keep abreast of overall business trends within the environmental market, including local, regional, national and international Identify potential clients for key target environmental initiatives and develops strategies to grow those initiatives Manage and facilitate significant proposal efforts Provide leadership and resource management for the Environmental group Mentor internal resources in their day to day work of site inspections, assessments and remediation; data collection and reduction; design; and technical report writing Build and execute career plans for the employees of the organization Lead the environmental growth strategies for the Region and influence strategies on a corporate level....

Houston Hub Reporting Focal Point

The Dow Chemical Company has an exciting and challenging opportunity available for a Reporting Focal Point for the Houston Hub, in Deer Park, TX . The Reporting Focal Point role is designed to work with the Houston Hub EH&S delivery organization to ensure all compliance reporting requirements are understood and fulfilled. The Reporting Focal Point also has project implementation management responsibilities within the assigned plants in order that the business objectives are met and the license to operate is maintained. The role leverages these responsibilities across the five sites in the Houston Hub. This includes serving as the site reporting coordinator for all sites in the Hub, assist the Environmental Leveraged Delivery Leader in managing regulatory issues and potentially participate in advocacy. He/she will be expected to lead performance improvement projects, regulatory implementation projects, and drive Hub wide reporting compliance performance excellence. Primary Responsibilities: Coordinate data collection, data QAQC, preparation, review, signing and submittal of the following reports: Chemical Weapons Convention Greenhouse Gas Global Emissions Inventory SARA 312/Chemical Inventory TCEQ Annual Air Emissions Inventory (AEI) SARA 313/TRI City Community Advisory Council Emissions Requests TSCA (every 3 years) Perform or coordinate reporting training/coaching for Facility Data Collectors Responsible for improving compliance with all mandatory actions as prescribed by different government regulatory agencies as well as Dow internal. Lead Regulatory implementation projects. Lead Compliance improvement projects. Lead six sigma project(s) to drive sustainable, improved compliance. Calculate economics of projects versus environmental impact Mine compliance gap data to understand root causes. Prepare data as requested for Notice of Deficiency and Notice of Violation responses for Delivery Leader....

Polyethylene Production Engineer

The Dow Chemical Company has an opening for a Gas Phase Polyethylene Production Engineer located in Seadrift, Texas . The Production Engineer will work as a technical resource to coach and assist the operations team to optimize and improve Environmental, Health & Safety, production throughput, product quality, reliability of supply, and to work with the business supply chain scheduler to effectively utilize the plant?s capacity and product mix. This role will also work closely with other individuals and teams to establish yearly spending plans, turnaround coordination, production commitments to the business, and maintenance and conversion cost goals. The Production Engineering role acts as a technical resource for Operations personnel, applying technical skills within Manage Production, to optimize plant operations, resolves plant problems and enables safe and efficient production of low cost, quality products. This role is to provide a technical resource to assist work teams on daily operations and process performance so as to run a low cost, on specification, reliable, optimized operation, thereby maximizing value to the business in a safe environmentally friendly manner. The need for and application of this role is determined by the specific Plant/business. Core Responsibilities: Understands and applies, Deference to Expertise, Sensitivity to Operations, Reluctance to Simplify, Preoccupation with Failure and Resilience to promote the development of a Highly Reliable Organization Understands broad process technology, equipment and control technology. Works with Technical Advising and plant personnel to optimize operations to meet Business and plant goals. (Environmental, Health & Safety, Production, cost, quality, energy, reliability). Participates in advanced trouble shooting and coaches others to learn these skills. Ensures findings are documented in Plant OD for future usage. Provides high level leadership and direction in the day to day decision making for the operating area of responsibility. As required participates on and leads teams in his/her area of accountability Networks with other engineers on site and within the business to leverage knowledge on plant operations Example: Maximize Production, Improvement, Site Optimization, etc. Ensures MET is understood and utilized. Ensures Operating Discipline / Operating Discipline Management System requirements are met and include appropriate MET (Most Effective Technology). Coaches employees on effective implementation and utilization of MET. Implements best practices in order to optimize operations. Understands and applies skills and knowledge in statistical Implementation for Competitive Advantage (TICA)l Process Control (SPC) technology to projects Provides Six Sigma Methodology and technical support to projects Works with Plant Process Control Coordination Role to ensure process control is optimized in the facility. Supports plant roles in procedure usage, creation, reviews, updates and approvals when assigned. As required communicate technical information and issues to plant personnel, Technology or Expertise centers. Performs appropriate Manage Production roles as determined by Plant Site Business....

Bristol Site Logistics Leader

The Dow Chemical Company has an exciting opportunity available for a Site Logistics Leader in Bristol, PA . The Bristol Site Logistics leader has overall responsibility for the logistics assets and operations at both the Croydon Emulsions and Bristol Polymers facilities at the Bristol Site. The role delivers site based business and administrative leadership to an empowered, work process driven, logistics organization. This role is responsible for the performance management and personnel development of a daystaff of 6, approximately 40 union operators and up to 20 contract workers. Responsibilities Include: Provides leadership and support through daily actions, coaching and guidance to the teams and individuals within the organization Challenges teams and individuals to set, monitor and achieve goals aligned to the business and site strategies and goals. Ensures an effective EH&S program is in place to achieve EH&S goals and comply with regulatory and permit requirements. Demonstrates priority and commitment through personal behavior. Creates an environment that fosters team and individual empowerment. Establishes and models expected behaviors for an empowered organization. Ensures implementation and ongoing effectiveness of global work processes, Operating Discipline, management systems, enabling technologies and roles. Ensures necessary resources are in place to meet site logistics requirements and achieve the plant specific business goals. Ensures that systems are in place to meet the customer requirements for packaging and shipping of products. Interfaces with customers as required. Provides administrative leadership and coaching to site logistics personnel. (i.e. role clarity, expectations, compensation, employee development, deployment, recognition systems, etc.) Provides site leadership, as applicable, through participation on site teams and activities. Ensures that the structure and resources are in place to deliver ?best in class? logistics performance....

MSAT Engineer

Primary Role Responsibilities Perform all functions associated with process transfer and scale up to manufacturing e.g. develop process understanding, perform gap analysis /FMEA, generate process models, author / review Process Descriptions and Batch Records, support equipment commissioning, customer process training, and validation activities. Assist with evaluation of process requirements to ensure facility and equipment capability design can accommodate. Perform mass balance calculations to predict volume, time and yield projections. Assess new proposals from prospective customers. Assist senior staff to support Manufacturing and Client Services through process and process equipment troubleshooting to resolve issues that may arise during a manufacturinng campaign. Interface with customer technical and quality representatives, represent MSAT group in Project Teams. Work directly with Manufacturing, Project Management, and Process Development to develop a Bill of Materials for incoming processes. Perform all functions associated with process monitoring and lot releases e.g.manufacturing data summary and analysis, data presentation; author campaign summary reports, assess deviations and process changes. Serve as investigation lead for process impacting deviations and investigations. Provide technical guidance on change controls and how they might impact customer processes. Keep current with advances in technology in the Cell Therapy area....

ER14 - Quality Engineer

A global leader engaged in the design, manufacture and worldwide sales and marketing of blood management solutions. Recognized as the innovator in blood technologies, our mission is to create innovative products, design information technology platforms and to provide consulting services to advance the safety, quality and availability of the world?s blood supply. Quality Systems Engineer I (1st Shift) Develops, modifies, applies and maintains quality standards and protocol for processing materials into partially finished or finished materials product. Devises and implements methods and procedures for inspecting, testing and evaluating the precision and accuracy of products and production equipment. Designs or specifies inspection and testing mechanisms and equipment; conducts quality assurance tests; and performs statistical analysis to assess the cost of and determine the responsibility for, products or materials that do not meet required standards and specifications. May specialize in the areas of design, incoming material, production control, product evaluation and reliability, inventory control and/or research and development as they apply to quality and/or BLA's (biological licensing agreements). ? Assist in the design review of new or modified products. Challenge designs to insure manufacturability and where required creates and implements corrective actions to eliminate root cause. ? Completes special testing and investigative reports as assigned by the Quality Engineering manager. ? Conducts internal or external audits as assigned to ensure compliance to company quality system requirements. ? Designs and develops test systems, methods and fixtures that improve accuracy of quality measurements where sampling inspection must be maintained. ? Develops, reviews and challenges existing quality driven test systems and procedures to assure products meet intended use. ? Implements and monitors manufacturing quality systems, product quality and customer quality requirements. Supports product improvement projects and supplier changes to ensure qualification are met. ? Maintains records to ensure compliance to GMP/ISO requirements. ? Performs process qualifications and validations programs in support of reducing or eliminating inspection sampling and creating acceptable process controls. Education and Experience Requirements: ? BS in Engineering discipline or related technical field. ? 1 year experience in a regulated industry, medical device preferred. ? Demonstrated a high level of accuracy, even under pressure ? Demonstrated written communications skills. ? Strong verbal communication and listening skills. Experience with Microsoft Office. Why Kelly ® ? Kelly puts you in charge of your career, with access to cutting edge projects and technologies in industry leading organizations. Top companies throughout the world have trusted Kelly as a premier source of engineering talent and services since 1965. And engineering job seekers know Kelly as a firm with an unmatched reputation for quality, integrity and professionalism. Whether you seek the variety and flexibility of working on short term project engagements, or prefer contract-to-hire or direct hire placement with our clients, apply with Kelly to explore opportunities that suit your specific professional interests. About Kelly Services ® Kelly Services, Inc. (NASDAQ: KELYA, KELYB) is a leader in providing workforce solutions. Kelly ® offers a comprehensive array of outsourcing and consulting services as well as world-class staffing on a temporary, temporary-to-hire, and direct-hire basis. Serving clients around the globe, Kelly provided employment to more than 540,000 employees in 2013. Revenue in 2013 was $5.4 billion. Visit kellyservices.com and connect with us on Facebook , LinkedIn and Twitter . Download WorkWire ? , a free career and employment resource iPad® app by Kelly Services. iPad is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc....

SENIOR AUTOMATION SPECIALIST

Ensure the continuous operation of all process equipment and automation systems including programming and ongoing maintenance for Production, Facilities and Utilities Areas. Assure computer operations are maintained considering Plant policies, procedures, FDA regulations, cGMP?s and other applicable regulations. Troubleshoot and maintain computerized systems such as PLCs, SCADA, DCS, and Fourth generation languages for interfaces and reports development in the Manufacturing, Facilities and Utilities areas. Provide users training and continuous support to assure proper use of the software applications following established operational procedures and user support during problem solving situations associated with systems implementation. Evaluate and close change control documentation assuring the validated and compliance state of the environments. Perform changes to applications or to their corresponding configurations to assure software works as expected before installing it in the user environment. Keep up to date the knowledge on new computer hardware and software technology by self study (reading technical journals or manuals) and attend vendor seminars or user forums. Prepare or provide support in the preparation of procedures (e.g., Systems Life Cycle) and define standards for software automation, system integration and define the strategy for plant automation and process integration through an analysis and design/re-design of current systems and processes. Contact hardware or software vendors, as needed, to report problems and; coordinate and implement vendor?s recommendations when approved or accepted by the area Supervisors or Manager. Assure reported problems are solved by implementing corrective actions such as; user retraining, changes to existing SOPs, applying software fixes or hardware fixes, information resources colleagues recommendations, etc. following the compliance with current applicable change control procedures. Provide sound problem solving techniques and expertise to resolve business issues related to automation and qualification problems. Provide support to Process Control System Integration to Electronic Batch Record Systems (EBR) and Central Historian Applications. Implement Programming PLC/SCADA tasks to improve existing or new control systems. Provide Database Maintenance to automation systems (Database Administrator). Support Process Automation Networks for daily routing performance monitoring of network devices in the PAS network. Supports Server Hardware, PC Hardware and Software Licensing for Automation Systems (Utilities/Manufacturing/Laboratory Equipment). Support Site Automation Master Plan Initiative. Support User Management, Alarm Management, Equipment Robustness, and Backup Management Programs for Automation Systems. Supports and executes automation recipe management programs. Provide Support to Process Analytical Technology Applications and Product Robustness Applications....

Industrial Water Treatment Application Project Manager - Boiler Water

International chemical manufacturer is looking for an experienced Applications Project (AP) Manager for their boiler water chemistries based in Houston. The AP will be responsible for the technical management, sales support and marketing of new and existing boiler water chemistries within North America. AP will act as trouble shooting lead in accounts when called upon by sales or management personnel. Additionally, AP will act as a liaison between sales/marketing and R&D for the development and implementation of new products in the field. In essence the AP will be a regional technical lead for all aspects of the boiler water chemistries. He will be the subject matter expert for the sales and marketing teams and will ensure proper training on new and existing products by the sales force. Company offers a base salary of 125-150K, bonus program, all travel and expenses, cell phone, laptop, home based office, 401k and very good benefits package....

Process Automation Engineer

The Dow Chemical Company has an opening for a Process Automation Engineer at the Seadrift, TX location. The Seadrift Catalyst Process Automation Engineer responsible for improvement and maintenance of process control code. The automation engineer also backs up the Process Control Technician for Process Information systems maintenance. This role is to develop and execute a process automation improvement plan for Catalyst. PA Engineer applies work processes and functional skills, knowledge and experience within the Process Automation discipline to develop process automation or process information software that improves safety, reduces unplanned events, improves Asset Utilization and/or improves quality for the catalyst plant. Global Responsibilities: Identify, organize, evaluate and address process automation opportunities. Track and manage programs to improve process automation health metrics such as alarms/operator/hr, IO in manual, active alarms. Design functional descriptions for process code by applying plant knowledge and work-process discipline knowledge. Ensures that the project?s automation scope is well defined and meets the business needs in a cost effective manner. Ensures that the process automation is safe, meets DOW Loss Prevention Principles (LPP?s) and other EH&S requirements. Develop, test and commission Process Automation software and operator interface software to meet design criteria. Identify technical problems and appropriately engages the business tech. center and Subject Matter Expert (SME) network to resolve. Write simulation applications in order to verify functionality of the control program. Develop and conduct training for applicable personnel on assigned areas and equipment. Ensure appropriate reviews are completed on assigned work. Lead and apply Process Automation Standards compliance audits. Develop process control code for small to medium capital projects. Perform software simulation of process control and HMI applications software. Leverage and apply best practices from Project Teams, Business and the Process Automation function. Catalyst Specific Responsibilities: Own the ?PA Ideas? tab on the Opportunity Tracking System (OTS) Idea Assessment Tool spreadsheet or an equivalent tool to capture, organize, prioritize and track progress against process automation improvement ideas. Own Batch21 or equivalent system to record and analyze process data. Own and maintain operating discipline and policies to govern Process Control and process information intervention by various roles within the unit. Back up Process Control Tech (PCT) on process automation responsibilities. Back up PCT for process information systems responsibilities. Does not back up PCT on process automation hardware responsibilities....

Epoxy Portfolio Supply Chain Improvement Specialist

The Dow Chemical Company Epoxy Supply Chain Improvement team has an opportunity for a Supply Chain Improvement Specialist . This position is located in Freeport, TX . Houston, TX may also be a considered location. The Supply Chain Improvement Specialist is responsible for improvement opportunity identification, developing realistic value propositions, application of the appropriate technology, project management skills, direct involvement in project implementation activities (including analysis, metrics/measurements, value case, etc.), change management activities, and sustaining the improvement gains (control plan). Critical responsibilities include: Accountable for all assigned supply chain improvement project work across the ICEE business Lead and execute cross functional projects to increase business profitability and enable new business opportunities Support the implementation of business and corporate global improvement programs and initiatives (low cost-to-serve, design and modify supply chain, new MET development). Apply new SC technology to help make existing work processes more efficient and effective. Be viewed as a change agent who can help articulate why we need to change to become more efficient and effective Assess material and information flows across the supply chain at tactical and/or strategic levels. Identify and evaluate related trade-offs involving inventory levels, logistics costs, asset utilization, and customer service levels. Coordinate and/or manage GBPL or BB projects. Skills/Experience: Consulting mindset ? can effectively deal with complex business issues with multiple parties, urgent timelines, and competing priorities and develop innovative solutions Strong project management skills ? can work independently within an existing project team and/or can lead a new project as a project leader with several team members. Well versed in either case and understands how to complete complex projects against aggressive timelines Viewed as ?value creator? ? can create compelling business cases to motivate business leaders to pursue potential improvement opportunity as well as ?value realize? -- can lead implementation team to drive value realization Change Agent -- capable of leading change despite challenging environment Deep and broad SC functional skills and expertise in supply chain planning, sales and operations planning (S&OP), inventory management/replenishment, inventory optimization, supply chain simulation, network optimization, transportation planning, cost to serve, risk management/mitigation, SC technology, supply chain operations, manufacturing, purchasing, quality, lean, etc....

Process Engineer

Make a global impact. In Novozymes we're working on some of the world's biggest challenges. We have set out to improve the world around us by reducing CO2 and preserving our planet's resources. If you want to be part of this, join our global team to make a real difference. Process Engineer (Supply Chain) Ensure products are produced according to specifications and meet baseline productivity and costs. Work with operations and production partners to optimize the manufacturing and business enterprise processes in the supply chain organization. Troubleshoot and help resolve product, process, equipment and process control related problems. Monitor and analyze product, process and equipment performance for performance reporting and production performance optimization. Support technical training of process operators and other staff personnel. Prepare, revise and maintain relevant production documentation (e.g. Standard Operation Procedures, product manuals, bill of materials, training manuals, etc.) Participate in transfer of best operational and production practices between the different Novozymes production facilities world wide. Participate and drive technical and operational capital investment projects. Qualifications Bachelors or Master's degree in Chemical Engineering, Biological Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Engineering or related technical graduation. 2-5 years related experience Besides strong technical engineering skills, you must have an exposure to biochemistry and microbiology. You must demonstrate self motivation, pro-activity and creativity. You must be organized and maintain focus on priority issues. We expect you to be a practical hands-on person, with drive and desire to be on the plant floor with the operators and maintenance personnel whenever needed. You must have very good written and oral communication skills and ability to communicate with all levels in the organization. Challenges At our Blair, NE. facility, we manufacture enzymes for the industrial biofuels market, using a microbial fermentation process. This position will be focused on enzyme formulation and logistics operations. You will be challenged in this role from the first day. The unique blend of responsibilities will make for a fast paced and exciting work day, each day different than the last. In this position you will find diversity, challenges and innovation in every work day and you will have an immediate impact. Rethink tomorrow Novozymes is the world leader in bioinnovation. Together with customers across a broad array of industries we create tomorrow's industrial biosolutions, improving our customers' business, and the use of our planet's resources. With over 700 products used in 130 countries, Novozymes' bioinnovations improve industrial performance and safeguard the world's resources by offering superior and sustainable solutions for tomorrow's ever-changing marketplace. Contact Contact information: NZNE P&O Application deadline: January 16, 2015 Novozymes is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All employment decisions are based on business needs without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, age, disability or veteran status....

Waste Water Operator

The leading provider of comprehensive water and wastewater services to municipal and industrial customers Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies North America (VWS NA) Industrial Solutions is currently seeking a Waste Water Operator to work in the Monroe, MI area. Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies North America (VWS NA) Industrial Solutions is a full-service industrial water management company with a focus on a cost effective blend of service, chemistry and equipment technologies. With our balanced process management approach to water-related issues, we are able to create and implement innovative, sustainable, custom water solutions that reduce the overall cost of operation and compliance. Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies (VWS), an industry leader in providing water and wastewater solutions to industrial and municipal customers. VWS is a Veolia Water company. Veolia Water provides water services through public-private partnerships and industrial outsourcing agreements and is comprised of the top water professionals in every corner of the globe. Our parent company, Veolia Environnement (VE), is a world leader in environmental services. VE is based in France and is comprised of four business segments that serve the environmental needs of customers globally: Veolia Water, Veolia Environmental Services, and Veolia Energy. This position is responsible for carrying out the routine operational and upkeep operations of a waste water treatment plant in accordance with the precise instructions of the Plant Manager and in compliance with requirements (health and safety, quality, etc.). Overtime may be required at times and shift may vary. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Complete work sheets and forms Take samples from waste water installations Receive and proceed with the transfer of chemical treatment products Ensure the cleanliness of the equipment and the work area Clean the treatment and filtration systems Monitor and carry out the routine upkeep of pumping systems Carry out the routine operation of a waste water treatment plant's installations Handle the equipment of a waste water treatment plant's installations Carry out adjustments to the installations of a waste water treatment plant Detect and report operating anomalies on the installations of a waste water treatment plant Carry out the evacuation and dewatering of sludge Carry out the routine upkeep of the materials and equipment of a waste water treatment plant Carry out simple on-site tests to check the discharge compliance...

Administrative Assistant

Cardno® ChemRisk, a scientific consulting company, provides state-of-the-art toxicology, industrial hygiene, epidemiology, and risk assessment services to organizations that confront public health, occupational health, and environmental challenges. Professionals on the Cardno® ChemRisk team have a long-standing reputation for thorough scientific analysis and for sharing results in the peer-reviewed scientific literature. Many of the over 250 papers published by Cardno® ChemRisk scientists are frequently referenced in both litigation and regulatory decision-making. Our mission is to provide creative and scientifically rigorous approaches to answering questions about the human health hazards posed by chemical, biological, pharmaceutical, and radiological agents. Cardno® ChemRisk is seeking a part-time Administrative Assistant to work in our San Francisco, CA office 3 days/week. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: > Provide daily administrative and clerical support for staff members > Write, edit and create Office Suite documents such as memos, databases and tables > Receive, send, and distribute packages and mailings > Print, fax, and file as needed > Enter timesheets and expense reports for office staff, as needed > Oversee inventory of office supplies and ensure necessary materials are ordered and available > Oversee communications with and deliveries from office vendors > Maintain efficient and orderly work place > Make travel arrangements for staff > Answer, make, and direct phone calls as necessary > Coordinate meetings, office conferences, webinars, and group events > Prepare for, welcome, and assist office guests...

Project Engineer

How do you create chemistry? At BASF, is the world?s leading chemical company, we do it through the power of connected minds. Our portfolio ranges from chemicals, plastics, performance products and crop protection products to oil and gas. We combine economic success with environmental protection and social responsibility. Through science and innovation, we enable our customers in nearly every industry to meet the current and future needs of society. And our products and solutions contribute to conserving resources, ensuring nutrition and improving the quality of life. We have summed up this contribution in our corporate purpose: We create chemistry for a sustainable future. BASF Corporation, headquartered in Florham Park, New Jersey, is the North American affiliate of BASF SE, Ludwigshafen, Germany. BASF has nearly 17,000 employees in North America, and had sales of $19.4 billion in 2013. To learn more about how we are creating chemistry in North America, visit www.basf.us. At BASF, we value the differences in our workforce as they are key to the success of our business and to the achievement of our status as a "partner of choice." Consistent with our values, BASF has an inclusive environment that promotes respect and dignity for all people and their ideas. BASF is proud to be an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer. BASF Enzymes LLC is growing its Manufacturing department and we are seeking a Project Engineer. The qualified candidate for this position will provide support in developing, managing, and executing a wide variety of engineering projects for BASF Enzymes LLC at our contract Manufacturing partner, Fermic, S.A. in Mexico City, as well as overseeing engineering projects at our new pilot scale facility in San Diego. The Project Engineer will interact with BASF Enzymes LLC?s Manufacturing, Purchasing, Quality, Regulatory, and Process Development personnel as well as process and equipment design engineering consultants, equipment vendors, and CMO Engineering and Production personnel. This position will also be responsible for tracking and reporting on Capital equipment project status for all assigned projects. In addition, this position will involve generating justifications, developing design requirements (Scope of Work), for productivity improvements and process optimization projects and assessing the effectiveness of capital improvement projects. Responsibilities: Capital project planning, scheduling, tracking and cost management Developing justification, scope of work and submitting engineering projects for approval Defining project work scope, developing preliminary design documentation, authoring or reviewing Requests for Quotation Identifying and communicating with qualified vendors, evaluating and recommending vendor proposals Preparing status reports and presentations and leading meetings involving engineering projects Working with BASF Enzymes LLC, CMO and vendor personnel to supervise construction and commissioning of engineering projects as required. Utilization of external engineering consultants as needed to supplement BASF Enzymes LLC capabilities, particularly in the area of detailed design Project close-out and performance assessment Providing process and/or engineering expertise to assist in process improvement...

Electrical Engineering Technology Expert

An exciting and challenging opportunity is available for LAO Electrical Technology Expert/ Electrical DAS. The purpose of this role is to develop, apply and leverage Electrical Engineering Technology Expertise across the LAO Site and fill the Global TRL Role for Switchgear. Electrical Technology Expert / LAO Electrical DAS Responsibilities: Global Technical Resource Leader (TRL) for Electrical Switchgear Technical leadership for implementation of Global Electrical Safe Work Standard (GESWS). Fulfill the roles and tasks as referenced in the GESWS. Notify the Safety and Maintenance TRN and Discipline Leader about site safety incidents. Fulfill all DAS roles and review functions as noted in the Electrical LPPs Drive electrically-related RCIs & ensure electrically-knowledgeable personnel are in attendance. Input back to TRN?s and feedback on failures of MET 1 or Supplier Performance Drive knowledge exchange and implementation through active technical coaching Drive use of EMETL, the AM/SL, and the QSPP process Bridge Engineering and Maintenance groups Network broadly and ?make it happen? Schedule routine meetings with Discipline members (monthly or as needed). Attend functional meetings such as ES, Maintenance and Purchasing meetings to the extent necessary to have a broad understanding of issues and future projects. Bring MET 1 to capital, TICA and RE projects. Be the focal point for communication of technology news and issues from the global TRNs to the site discipline networks. Facilitate site consultation with global TRL/TRN networks where needed. Represent the Discipline to functional and site leadership as required. NOTE: This position offers relocation assistance....

Manufacturing Engineer Intern

Carl Zeiss X-Ray Microscopy, Inc., located in Pleasanton, California, provides industry-leading and innovative X-ray microscopy and non-destructive imaging solutions for bioscience, materials and industrial research, educational and routine microscopy. Carl Zeiss X-Ray Microscopy is a provider of key enabling technologies in both high tech industries and life sciences research. We are uniquely positioned to play a major role in helping our customers find the answers to the most pressing challenges of biological and material science. Manufacturing Engineer Intern - Pleasanton, CA Primary Duties & Responsibilities: Review and generate mechanical designs and drawing documentation for current engineering products and projects, at the discretion of the manager. Perform assembly, debug and test of new designs. Generate technical reports and presentations on test results. Develop work instructions for existing and new manufacturing processes. Write ECO?s at the direction of the manager. Education & Experience: Currently enrolled in, or experience in, a University Degree program in any of the following fields: Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, other Engineering; Good computer skills. Experience with SolidWorks preferred. Good hands-on laboratory skills. Strong communication skills. Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint. Organized, with an ability to prioritize time-sensitive assignments and work independently. Creative and flexible. Carl Zeiss offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits. For consideration, please e-mail your resume with salary requirements to: EOE M/F/D/V...

Mechanical Engineer Intern

Carl Zeiss X-Ray Microscopy, Inc., located in Pleasanton, California, provides industry-leading and innovative X-ray microscopy and non-destructive imaging solutions for bioscience, materials and industrial research, educational and routine microscopy. Carl Zeiss X-Ray M icroscopy is a provider of key enabling technologies in both high tech industries and life sciences research. We are uniquely positioned to play a major role in helping our customers find the answers to the most pressing challenges of biological and material science. Mechanical Engineer Intern - Pleasanton, CA Primary Duties & Responsibilities: Review and generate mechanical designs and drawing documentation for current engineering products and projects, at the discretion of the manager. Perform assembly, debug and test of new designs. Generate technical reports and presentations on test results. Develop work instructions for existing and new manufacturing processes. Write ECO?s at the direction of the manager. Education & Experience: Currently enrolled in, or experience in, a University Degree program in any of the following fields: Mechanical Engineering, other Engineering, Physics, Optics, or thin film processing. Good computer skills. Experience with Solid Works required. Good hands-on laboratory skills. Carl Zeiss offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits. For consideration, please e-mail your resume with salary requirements to: EOE M/F/D/V...

Customer Support Engineer

Carl Zeiss Microscopy, LLC, located in Thornwood, New York, provides industry-leading and innovative microscopy and imaging solutions for bioscience, materials and industrial research, educational and routine microscopy. Carl Zeiss Microscopy is a provider of key enabling technologies in both high tech industries and life sciences research. We are uniquely positioned to play a major role in helping our customers find the answers to the most pressing challenges of biological and material science. Customer Support Engineer - Albany, NY Primary Duties & Responsibilities: Perform a wide variety of highly technical duties to assemble and repair high precision electromechanical products. Repair and update equipment at customer facility. Prepare field service reports on customer support activity. The ideal candidate will use sophisticated equipment and programs to collect and evaluate operating data to conduct adjustments to products, instruments or equipment. Travel up to 60% of the time. Education & Experience: Bachelor's degree or equivalent military electronics experience, and one year of engineering or other hard science discipline. Experience in ultra-high vacuum procedures and practices. Ability to troubleshoot problems in software and electronics, optics and electron optics, and electromechanical systems. Some experience in the capital equipment market. Displays good interpersonal and communication skills in understanding customer needs. Carl Zeiss offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits. For considerations, please e-mail your resume with salary requirements to: EOE M/F/D/V No Phone Calls Please...

Process Engineer-Downstream

Perform all functions associated with process transfer and scale up to manufacturing e.g. develop process understanding, perform gap analysis / FMEA, generate process models, author / review Process Descriptions and Batch Records, support equipment commissioning and validation activities Perform all functions associated with process monitoring and lot releases e.g. manufacturing data summary and analysis, data presentation; author campaign summary reports, assess deviations and process changes Interface with customer technical and quality representatives, represent MSAT group in Project Teams Evaluate new proposals from prospective customers Keep current with advances in technology in the downstream purification area Some non standard work hours e.g. evening or weekend work will be required, up to 10% travel to customer or Lonza sites...

NSA Police Officer - West Virginia location

NSA Police Officer - West Virginia location Job Description SALARY: Members of NSA's Police Force enjoy a starting salary of $48,363.00. The National Security Agency (NSA) has a current and ongoing requirement for personnel to serve as Full-time officers with the NSA Police on its complexes in West Virginia. Qualified individuals are encouraged to apply for these exciting and highly dynamic positions offering unlimited career growth, exceptional training, and the opportunity to serve your country as an employee of one of the most unique and respected Agencies in the Federal government. NSA Police Officers provide armed and uniformed security, force protection, and law enforcement functions in support of NSA's mission, assets, personnel, and facilities. The NSA Police Force is an integral part of the NSA Associate Directorate for Security organization, which provides NSA worldwide counterintelligence, personnel, and facilities security support. PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE NSA POLICE INCLUDE: Counterterrorism & Force Protection Asset Protection Pedestrian and vehicular access control Response and mitigation of security, medical, and fire emergencies Critical incident management Enforcement of laws and regulations relative to the protection of NSA assets Vehicle, facility, and material security inspections Firearms training and range management Patrol of NSA property ** Be advised there is a five year rotation term officer will be required to relocate to headquarters NSA at Ft. Meade, Maryland....

Software Engineer I, II, III

Overview: The Information Technology (IT) Software Engineer I (ITSEI) participates in assists in managing the solution development process, from feasibility study to implementation. The ITSEI participates in the management of one or more Information Systems and their interfaces with other systems and entities; systems include the Lab Information Systems, Accounting Systems, and other Business Information systems. Under the guidance of the ITSEIII, ITSEII and or the Program Lead, the ITSEI participates in enhancing system performance, optimizing database maintenance and configuring hardware and network setup of the systems. The ITSEI assist in the delivery of appropriate software solutions to build Data Integration, enable Data Analysis and Business Intelligence, enforce Data Security, and optimize systems and process efficiency. The ITSEI participates in, and assists in establishing standards for, the design, development, and support of software, systems, and applications. The ITSEI also participates as a member on the team charged with data extraction and reporting. (S)he assists in the reviews of software and database documentation, operational procedures and validates data generated for decision making to assure that the lab is able to provide accurate and timely results in a cost effective manner; and efficiently capture and collect revenue from services performed. (S)he also participates in activities required to assure that the systems and procedures meet accreditation and compliance standards of regulatory agencies. (This is the entry, or trainee level class in the Software Engineer class series. Work at this level provides the opportunity to refine the basic skills gained through education, and acquire additional skills through experience in order to qualify for advancement to the intermediate level. Work assigned to employees at this level may be confined to activities that, based on supervisory assessment, are appropriate for training purposes. Project assignments will tend to be of narrower focus, smaller scale and/or involve primarily database administration vs development) Responsibilities: Under direct supervision, and in accordance with Company policies, procedures and guidelines, this position: Work under the supervision and direction of the Lead IT Support Technician and accordance with Company policies, procedures, and guidelines Provides immediate response to technical questions and problems related hardware, network, and application related issues Maintains technical knowledge by reading publications and attending continuing education courses Maintains the equipment and devices used by the systems to the satisfaction of the clients. Follows up on all problems associated with the output and prints to the clients Performs operation maintenance on the mission critical systems (i.e., backup, cleaning, etc.) Knowledge of desktops, servers, printers, terminal servers, Xerox Document Management, Telecommunication, telecommunications systems, fax servers, and network devices and ability to identify problems and fixes Maintain hardware, software inventory and accurate documentation Assists in training users on proper operation of equipment and use of basic systems functions Document request and incident in IT ticketing and tracking system Adheres to safety, confidentiality, compliance, and legal requirements Performs other duties as assigned Core Competencies and Essential Job Duties/Responsibilities: (Work responsibilities may vary, depending on assignment) Demonstrated the 7 core competencies: Problem Solver: ITSE Level I, II, III will participate in the development of software solutions to solve application issues or enhance existing business processes as identified in IT requests, business cases, project requirements, system upgrades, version upgrades, or assigned service desk tickets. The ITSE level I, II, III: Gathers requirements and provides database administration that contribute to the design of software, systems, applications, and processes to build data integration, enable data analysis and business intelligence, enforce data security, and optimize systems and process efficiency. Identify and assist in the implement standards and tools for software, systems, and application development. Analytical: As assigned by the IT Manager, Software Engineer III or Program Lead, Follow up on assigned project requests. Gather statistics to support hardware, network, bandwidth and security specifications to meet technical requirements. Assist with research and data analysis identify potential IT solutions and tools to meet defined requirements. Assist in project, system architecture and database mapping documentation. Monitors system databases. Time-Wise: The ITSE level I,II,III provides timely and appropriate responses to IT requests as prioritized on assigned service desk tickets. Ensures that client (internal and external) needs are addressed and escalated to ITSEII/III, vendor support, program leads or upper management as needed. Effectively balance time as directed between production support and project based requests. Completes as assigned, ad hoc and recurring data mining requests. Versatility: Maintains good open relationship with CLH Departments, staff, vendors, clients and corporate partners. Provides training, as needed, on the use of equipment, software or network features. Provides after hours support of IT users as assigned. Performing other IT related duties as assigned. Results Driven: Assists with extraction of data and reports to support Administrative and Compliance decisions. Perform as directed, Database Mining and enforce Database Security, including Fulfilling Data-Mining requests from Clients and other business partners, de-identifying PHI as appropriate Implementing security update to databases Alerting management and Compliance of possible unauthorized data mining access and release of data Quality Conscious: Participates with team in continuous Quality Improvement for IT and related areas. Communicates database and security changes to appropriate personnel in a timely manner. Develops standard operating procedures (SOPs) to assist users. Updates documentation as directed following procedural changes, new releases and enhancements to specialized applications. Adheres to established safety and company policies along with federal and state regulated compliance issues. Must comply with company guidelines on attendance. Business Savvy : The IT analyst is acutely aware of CLH business needs and impact of IT projects on the business. Participates in Business Process sessions, participating as a documentarian, co-facilitator, facilitator, or subject matter expert in whiteboard discussions. Gathers information as directed for business cases, technical specifications, training plans and project roll outs. Participates in systems evaluation and vendor selection processes. Supervisory/Managerial Responsibility: None for ITSEI The ITSEII will assume the role of ISTEIII in his/her absence or as directed and acts as a project lead as assigned....

Gas Treating Field Technical Service Engineer

The Dow Chemical Company has an immediate opening in its Dow Oil, Gas and Mining (DOG&M) Refining and Gas Processing (R&P) group for a Field Technical Service and Development Engineer covering the Midland-Odessa , TX area. This position offers virtual office location in Midland-Odessa for purposes of customer proximity, in a role serving both existing accounts and new account development. Virtual office amenities, including a company paid vehicle, are provided. Dow Oil, Gas and Mining (DOG&M) is a highly profitable, fast growing, market facing business that combines customized chemistries, engineering solutions and technologies with R&D capabilities to improve the performance of upstream and downstream processes. The downstream segment, Refining and Gas Processing (R&P), leads the industry in acid gas removal, gas dehydration, and heat transfer solutions for natural gas, refinery gas, hydrocarbon liquids and synthesis gas applications. Our extensive and proven product lines include UCARSOL?, SELEXOL?, SulFerox?, NORKOOL?, DESITHERM?, AMBITROL?, UCARTHERM?, SYLTHERM?, and DOWTHERM?. Job Description: Customer focus and bringing innovative technical solutions to market are critical for DOG&M success. Our Technical Service and Development (TS&D) team is second-to-none in providing mission-critical technical support, delivering process efficiency and reliability to operators in the Refining and Gas Processing (R&P) industry. Specifically, we offer products and services for the removal of CO2, H2S, sulfur compounds, and water from natural gas, process gas, and refinery gas streams. The R&P Field TS&D Engineer provides the customer facing service portion of DOG&M?s product-service offerings, supporting customer start-up, sustaining technical support, optimization, and troubleshooting. Customer connection and interaction are central to the Engineer?s role, which is to drive both new business development and existing account preservation . Key responsibilities include: Building customer relationships Engagement at the customers? facilities Supporting FEED and EPC firms specifying Dow solutions, in partnership with the DOG&M gas treating engineering design group Customer entertainment New account development and existing account preservation Revenue and margin growth Value proposition development (?Value Selling?) Interface with Dow?s distributors In partnership with Sales, support of the sales transaction Supported technologies Gas treating amines (UCARSOL?) Gas dehydration dessicants (DESITHERM?) Sulfur recovery (SulFerox?) Plant operational reviews and process data collection Participation in bid preparation (technical components) Process chemistry review and analytical report interpretation Process simulation Optimization Field troubleshooting Supporting new product introductions to market, in collaboration with R&D...

Risk/Exposure Assessment Specialist

As part of our continued commitment to product stewardship, the Toxicology and Environmental Research and Consulting department of The Dow Chemical Company (Dow) is seeking a Risk/Exposure Assessment Specialist to evaluate human and environmental exposures to Dow products. The position is located in Midland, Michigan , and the person will provide risk assessment expertise to a wide range of business units within Dow to support their product stewardship and global product registrations activities. This person will work individually and within a multi-cultural, multi-disciplinary team environment. Presentation of scientific research at technical symposia and in peer-reviewed publications is expected in this role. The successful applicant will work with a team of risk assessment scientists to: Provide leadership in the conduct of human health and environmental exposure/risks for development of sustainable products and manufacturing processes Provide leadership of scientific research on science of risk assessment of interest to Dow businesses Interface with government agencies and regulators Interact with various industry trade associations Provide consultation to Dow businesses and manufacturing operations on a wide variety of human health and environmental exposure/risk issues...

Systems Engineer

Schafer Corporation is a scientific and engineering company providing solutions to mission critical challenges in national security, information technology, and communications. We offer a broad array of innovative products and services to address our customers' most complex technology-related needs. We provide integrated solutions that advance technology and improve operations. We understand our customer's challenges and work hard to deliver effective results. Schafer Corporation is seeking a Systems Engineer in support of The Domestic Nuclear Detection Office (DNDO). DNDO is a jointly staffed agency within the Department of Homeland Security. DNDO is the primary entity in the U.S. government for implementing domestic nuclear detection efforts for a managed and coordinated response to radiological and nuclear threats, as well as integration of federal nuclear forensics programs. Additionally, DNDO is charged with coordinating the development of the global nuclear detection and reporting architecture, with partners from federal, state, local, and international governments and the private sector. Location of work is Washington, D.C. . Responsibilities: Responsibilities will include but are not limited to: We are seeking individuals with strong engineering backgrounds to support homeland security research and development (R&D) programs. Engineers are required to support the following areas in support of DHS R&D efforts: Systems Development: The engineer role requires experience in direct execution of major efforts in translation of a system, program, or activity into a preliminary and detailed design, while performing risk analysis, identification, and mitigation in order to integrate various components to produce prototypes and models. In order to accomplish these tasks, the individual must be familiar with computer aided design, design studies and analysis, research and development, specification preparation, configuration management and document control, fabrication, assembly, and simulation and modeling. Testing and Evaluation: Participate in and the supervise testing and evaluation to validate performance of new or emerging technologies. This may include hands-on prototype development, environmental testing, independent verification and validation, as well as conducting physical tests of systems. Logistics Management: Provide support for project logistics. The Engineer will be required to supervise logistic personnel, prepare logistic plans, policies, and procedures. Ensure that the proper consideration is included in the system development for each major milestone, and conduct logistic and development reports. Logistics engineering staff must have experience in the design, programming, program design, and documentation preparation for complex systems. Also, the role requires support for system maintenance planning, and life-cycle supply requirements and processes to meet O&M needs. The Engineer role requires a strong background in systems development, functional and data requirement analysis. In addition, this role requires experience in concept studies, requirements definition and analysis, cost analysis, cost performance trade off analysis, feasibility analysis, regulatory compliance support, technology conceptual designs, and special studies and analyses. #cb4/29/2013...

EHS Engineer

Founded in 1889, Carpenter Technology Corp., (NYSE:CRS) is a world leader in the development, manufacture and distribution of stainless and specialty alloys, powder alloys and titanium. Unlike most companies offering limited products and processes, Carpenter continues to increase its global manufacturing capacity and expand operations to provide single-source solutions for today?s ever-changing materials challenges in the automotive, aerospace, energy, industrial, medical, defense and consumer products industries. Our worldwide staff of expert metallurgists, research and development scientists, engineers and service professionals work to find innovative solutions and offers the world marketplace a major marketing advantage. Carpenter Technology: It's All About Innovation Carpenter (NYSE:CRS) is a leader in the development, manufacture and distribution of cast/wrought and powder metal stainless steels and specialty alloys including high temperature (iron-nickel-cobalt base), stainless, superior corrosion resistant, controlled expansion alloys, ultra high strength and implantable alloys, tool and die steels, and other specialty metals as well as cast/wrought titanium alloys. We provide materials solutions to the ever changing needs of the automotive, aerospace/defense, energy, industrial, medical, and consumer products industries. Since it is all about innovation at Carpenter, we are continuing to grow and develop our business strategies. We have an immediate opening for an Environment, Health, and Saftey Engineer to be based in our corporate headquarters. The details of the position are as follows: ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH & SAFETY ENGINEER PRIMARY DUTIES Identifies, analyzes and controls occupational hazards and promotes worksite or product safety by applying knowledge of industrial processes, mechanics, psychology, physiology, and industrial health, safety and environmental laws. Advises on structural safety requirements based on failure mode analysis of such factors as fatigue, stability, stress, concentration and creep. Designs protective equipment or safety devices for machines, and redesigns machines and plant equipment to eliminate occupational hazards. Reviews proposed occupational safety policies, guidelines and standards to determine their consistency with accepted engineering principles and practices, and recommends technical changes. Recommends new or revised occupational safety policies, guidelines and standards. Leads moderately complex multi-disciplinary project teams to design and implement EHS related projects. project management includes high technical ability for design, cost estimating and budget tracking. Maintain and apply knowledge of current policies, regulations and industrial processes to determine compliance with standards. Recommend process and product safety features that will reduce employees? exposure to chemical, physical and biological hazards. Inspect facilities, machinery and safety equipment to identify and correct potential hazards, and to ensure safety regulation compliance. Leads the installation of safety devices on machinery. Investigate industrial accidents, injuries or occupational diseases to determine root cause and preventative measures. Review plans and specifications for construction of new machinery, equipment and facilities to determine whether all safety requirements have been met. Report or review findings from accident investigations, facilities inspections, or environmental testing. Develops training curriculum, presents training and evaluates effectiveness. Identifies information by categorizing, estimating, recognizing differences or similarities and detecting changes. Perform all other duties and special projects as assigned. REQUIREMENTS Four year college degree in related safety science field or engineering. CSP, CIH or other professional certificates preferred. Graduate level degree in related field preferred. 5+ years of experience in a safety related discipline, preferable in a manufacturing environment. Demonstrated experience in leading large complex, multi-disciplinary EHS project teams successfully (delivered expected results, on plan, within budget). Experience with the following: air pollutant sampling, air pump sampling, dynamometers, sound measuring apparatus, respirator fit testing. Knowledge of practical application of engineering science and technology. Knowledge of applicable local, state and federal laws. Knowledge of production processes, quality control, costs and other techniques for maximizing the effective manufacture and distribution of goods. Knowledge of design techniques and principles involved in production process with ability to read blueprints, drawings and models. Requires strong written and verbal communication skills, strong decision making skills, strong systems analysis and systems evaluation and strong interpersonal skills. Ability to work in a production oriented environment under frequently changing priorities. Requires attention to detail, ability to organize and prioritize tasks and make appropriate decisions and possess the ability to lead large assignments requiring experience and independent judgment with minimal supervision. Carpenter Technology offers a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package including life, medical, dental, vision, flexible spending accounts, disability coverage, 401k with company contributions as well as many other options to employees. Carpenter Technology Corporation?s policy is to fully and effectively maintain a program of equal employment opportunity and nondiscrimination for all employees, to employ affirmative action for all protected classes, and to recruit and develop the best qualified persons available regardless of age, race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, political affiliation or any other characteristic protected by law. The Company also will recruit, develop and provide opportunities for qualified persons with disabilities and protected veterans....

HT/HT2 Environmental Specialist

The Dow Chemical Company's Houston Operations has an exciting opportunity available for an Environmental Specialist , located in Deer Park, TX . The Environmental Specialist shares with the EH&S Delivery Leader, the responsibility for implementation of the environmental management system (work processes, standard, procedures) in order to add value to the business, to meet business objectives and to maintain the license to operate. This job may be applied within a specific unit or may be leveraged across multiple facilities within a site or hub. Primary Responsibilities for this Role Include: Implement global environmental management systems (work processes, standard, procedures) Act as the focal point for a site, hub or business for environmental compliance. Participate in and provide data for environmental audits. Coordinate, implement and optimize environmental programs for across the site, hub or within specific facilities and businesses Participate in incident investigations and the corrective action process for environmental issues and opportunities. Initiate and support MOC for environmental matters as necessary. Perform Requirements Management Work Process (RMWP) roles as needed for site-specific issues Identify opportunities to streamline environmental resources and work processes. Manage air, water and waste permits. This includes submittal of permit applications for new and modified equipment, requests for permit changes and submittal of permit renewal applications to ensure continuous license to operate. Collect, input and calculate environmental reporting information. Manage submittal of all permit and regulatory required agency reports. Maintain all environmental records in accordance with the company record retention policy. Utilize environmental Subject Matter Experts for obtaining interpretations of site-specific regulatory requirements, regulations, laws and associated procedures Act as Agency Visit Protocol Owner and implementer. Able to identify and keep current with local, area and regional environmental requirements that are not supported by global regulatory affairs. Interpret, implement and ensure full sustainable compliance with those external requirements....

Sales Engineer - Chemical - Mechanical - HVAC - Utilities - Navy Nuke - Move into Technical Sales in 2015

From the CEO: ?2015 should be a good year for us," states the CEO of our $5 billion + client. "While some companies struggle during economic downturns, our chemical programs and process technologies are almost independent of the business cycle." If you are in technical sales or have ever wanted to move into technical sales, now is the chance. Our clients programs directly impact the environment and reduce climate change. HOW? By keeping our most precious resource, water, clean And by significantly reducing energy usage So do you want to get out of the day-in and day-out routine that provides only a base pay and capped career growth potential? Are you good with people and looking for a career that combines both your engineering and people skills? Then read on..... What will you do? 1. First, it is important to note that our client provides a full 6 month training program. With that in mind, here's what will you do? 2. All industrial facilities as well as many commercial and institutional facilities have large utility systems that are water based (boilers, cooling towers, chillers, HVAC, wastewater treatment, etc.) 3. Water is cheap and plentiful, but it is a "bad actor." Water causes corrosion Contains minerals that deposit onto equipment reducing energy efficiency A good medium for bacterial growth. These three issues cause millions of dollars of damage per year as well as excess energy usage that is negatively impacting us everywhere. 4. There are ways to combat these issues and this is where you come in . Working with plant and facility mechanical utility engineers, maintenance managers, and operations managers, you will present your engineered solutions for combating these water treatment and energy wasting issues. 5. Your Career Growth Opportunity Step 1: As you go through the training program, you will be trained how to manage the water and energy treatment programs for the boilers, steam, condensate, chillers, HVAC and wastewater systems within current accounts. Step 2: After your training program, you will be given a base of current accounts to manage which will provide a "base commission" of about $10,000 on top of your salary. Step 3: You will move into a 50/50 account manager / technical sales engineer role. You will begin calling on additional facilities helping new accounts understand the value your water and energy solutions can bring to them. This is where you can accelerate your income into the 6 digit $ figures within 3-4 years. Our client recognizes that changing careers is a critical decision . If you want a company where you can: Grow your career Have fun Make money And make a contribution to your team, to your family and to the customers your serve... ...then this is the culture for you. Our client provides exceptional: Medical, dental, vision A company car that is also available for personal use (and even with gas at $2.00 per gallon, when you include maintenance, insurance, etc.) this is real money in your pocket. Just note that personal use of a company car is subject to normal IRS rules for reporting personal mileage. Expense account, cell phone, laptop Promotional opportunities for proven performers Fact: As a technical sales professional, you get to sell your pay raise. You don?t have to sit back and rely on the company to give you a 3-4% annual increase. By driving new business, you sell your way to 10%, 15% and 30% (or higher) annual pay raises thru commissions, new business bonuses, etc. What you must bring to the table: A 4 year technical degree (science or engineering) 1-3 years of experience in areas such as Power plant Water treatment chemical sales Navy Nuclear Power School Any type of technical sales A personality that is competitive, resilient, persistent, extroverted, creative, autonomous (i.e. can work independently), team oriented (you will put the greater good of your client above your own personal interests) Authorization to work in the US If this is the type of career that can get you excited about getting up out of bed every day and going to work , then send your resume to or call Skip at 678-377-4706. Key Words: process, project, boilers, chemical, mechanical, refinery, refining, petrochemical, plastics, engineering, environmental, pumps, turbines, HRSG, power generation, coal, fuel, generators, controllers, heat exchangers, distillation, injection molding, chillers, motors, HVAC, nuclear, wastewater, mining, solvent extraction, additives, automotive, adhesives, batch, continuous, six sigma, reboilers, clarifiers, flotation, lean manufacturing, pharmaceutical, engineer, FCC, crude, alkylation, hydrotreater, coker, aromatics, desalting, gasoline blending, vacuum distillation, cracking, sulfur recovery, catalytic reforming, isomerization, water treatment chemicals, wastewater, clarifiers, sludge dewatering, biological treatment, coagulants, flocculants, corrosion inhibitors, scale inhibitors, dispersants, sales, new business development, engineer, engineering, condensate...

Sales Engineer - Chemical - Mechanical - HVAC - Utilities - Navy Nuke - Move into Technical Sales in 2015

From the CEO: ?2015 should be a good year for us," states the CEO of our $5 billion + client. "While some companies struggle during economic downturns, our chemical programs and process technologies are almost independent of the business cycle." If you are in technical sales or have ever wanted to move into technical sales, now is the chance. Our clients programs directly impact the environment and reduce climate change. HOW? By keeping our most precious resource, water, clean And by significantly reducing energy usage So do you want to get out of the day-in and day-out routine that provides only a base pay and capped career growth potential? Are you good with people and looking for a career that combines both your engineering and people skills? Then read on..... What will you do? 1. First, it is important to note that our client provides a full 6 month training program. With that in mind, here's what will you do? 2. All industrial facilities as well as many commercial and institutional facilities have large utility systems that are water based (boilers, cooling towers, chillers, HVAC, wastewater treatment, etc.) 3. Water is cheap and plentiful, but it is a "bad actor." Water causes corrosion Contains minerals that deposit onto equipment reducing energy efficiency A good medium for bacterial growth. These three issues cause millions of dollars of damage per year as well as excess energy usage that is negatively impacting us everywhere. 4. There are ways to combat these issues and this is where you come in . Working with plant and facility mechanical utility engineers, maintenance managers, and operations managers, you will present your engineered solutions for combating these water treatment and energy wasting issues. 5. Your Career Growth Opportunity Step 1: As you go through the training program, you will be trained how to manage the water and energy treatment programs for the boilers, steam, condensate, chillers, HVAC and wastewater systems within current accounts. Step 2: After your training program, you will be given a base of current accounts to manage which will provide a "base commission" of about $10,000 on top of your salary. Step 3: You will move into a 50/50 account manager / technical sales engineer role. You will begin calling on additional facilities helping new accounts understand the value your water and energy solutions can bring to them. This is where you can accelerate your income into the 6 digit $ figures within 3-4 years. Our client recognizes that changing careers is a critical decision . If you want a company where you can: Grow your career Have fun Make money And make a contribution to your team, to your family and to the customers your serve... ...then this is the culture for you. Our client provides exceptional: Medical, dental, vision A company car that is also available for personal use (and even with gas at $2.00 per gallon, when you include maintenance, insurance, etc.) this is real money in your pocket. Just note that personal use of a company car is subject to normal IRS rules for reporting personal mileage. Expense account, cell phone, laptop Promotional opportunities for proven performers Fact: As a technical sales professional, you get to sell your pay raise. You don?t have to sit back and rely on the company to give you a 3-4% annual increase. By driving new business, you sell your way to 10%, 15% and 30% (or higher) annual pay raises thru commissions, new business bonuses, etc. What you must bring to the table: A 4 year technical degree (science or engineering) 1-3 years of experience in areas such as Power plant Water treatment chemical sales Navy Nuclear Power School Any type of technical sales A personality that is competitive, resilient, persistent, extroverted, creative, autonomous (i.e. can work independently), team oriented (you will put the greater good of your client above your own personal interests) Authorization to work in the US If this is the type of career that can get you excited about getting up out of bed every day and going to work , then send your resume to or call Skip at 678-377-4706. Key Words: process, project, boilers, chemical, mechanical, refinery, refining, petrochemical, plastics, engineering, environmental, pumps, turbines, HRSG, power generation, coal, fuel, generators, controllers, heat exchangers, distillation, injection molding, chillers, motors, HVAC, nuclear, wastewater, mining, solvent extraction, additives, automotive, adhesives, batch, continuous, six sigma, reboilers, clarifiers, flotation, lean manufacturing, pharmaceutical, engineer, FCC, crude, alkylation, hydrotreater, coker, aromatics, desalting, gasoline blending, vacuum distillation, cracking, sulfur recovery, catalytic reforming, isomerization, water treatment chemicals, wastewater, clarifiers, sludge dewatering, biological treatment, coagulants, flocculants, corrosion inhibitors, scale inhibitors, dispersants, sales, new business development, engineer, engineering, condensate...

Inspector Lvl 2

Performs quality control inspections, checks, and tests during the manufacture of products. Inspects materials, parts and products at different stages of production. Records observations and may make recommendations for improving processes. Requires a high school diploma or its equivalent and 2-4 years of related experience. Familiar with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within a particular field. Relies on limited experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Performs a variety of tasks. Works under immediate supervision. A certain degree of creativity and latitude is required. Typically reports to a supervisor. Special Considerations: Lifting is generally in the 10 to 15 Lbs. range with minimal repetitions. Exposure to machinery, chemical, biological, and physical risks is minimal. ?MUST be familiar with fine pitch leads, component identification, soldering, bonding and conformal coating applications. ?Previous experience in the manufacture of aerospace electronics highly preferred. ?Must be able to organize, prioritize and multitask. ?High level of attention to detail ?Must be a motivated individual with a bias for action. ?Must have basis computer skills and be familiar with Microsoft Excel, Word ?Energetic team player that interfaces well at all levels of an organization. ?Excellent communication skills both oral and written. ?Ability to visually inspect using a microscope for long periods of time. ?Ability to interpret drawing requirements, perform work to inspection instructions...

Laboratory Service Technicians

CSA Soliance is currently seeking a Laboratory Service Technician to work in its Laboratory Services Division based in Long Island, NY . CSA Soliance provides laboratory asset management and multi-vendor instrument services to life science laboratories throughout North America. Our equipment services include qualification, installation, preventative maintenance, repair, software validation and asset management that utilize our extensive library of procedures, protocols and associated data. CSA Soliance also specializes in risk managed validation consulting that ensures operational reliability and FDA compliance while managing the high cost of quality. Job Description CSA Soliance Field Service Technicians perform routine maintenance and calibration procedures on chemical and biological laboratory equipment for pharmaceutical clients. Supported equipment categories include chambers, centrifuges, balances, evaporators among others. Responsibilities include following service program processes, ordering/tracking parts and documenting all work. Field Service Technicians work very closely with the client and report to the Field Operations Manager. This position requires detailed documentation, strict adherence to policies and procedures and excellent communication skills. Duties and Responsibilities Provide on-site installation, minor repair, qualification, and preventive maintenance services on assigned products within specified requirements. Support internal qualification, calibration, minor repair and preventive maintenance programs focused on areas of expertise through the development of procedures, training materials and technical support processes. Establish and maintain communication channels with assigned customers to ensure operational visibility. Responsible for customer satisfaction pertaining to services provided. Manage assigned workorders and document all facets of the work product in CSA?s Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS). Provide accurate and timely reporting of service status and escalations pertaining to services. Control and maintain all CSA assets, including tools, parts, and test equipment, needed to perform work tasks. Promote teamwork and cooperation between CSA Soliance and partner staff. Maintain a safe work environment, follow safety instructions / training, and utilize appropriate safety equipment. Support and maintain CSA quality system processes including continuous improvement. Follow client quality requirements pertaining to services being provided. Periodic after-hours services. Travel on occasion for support of other territories and training. Additional duties as specified....

HSE Specialist

* * * HSE Specialist * * * The HSE Specialist is a "hands-on" position within Knauf Insulation, providing guidance to facility leadership in all areas of Health, Safety & Environmental compliance. EHS Specialist Reports to Plant Manager. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Health and Safety: * Review, evaluate and analyze work environments and procedures to control, eliminate, and prevent injury caused by chemical, physical and biological agents or ergonomic factors. * Conduct inspects and enforce adherence to laws and regulations governing the health and safety of individuals as well as company standards and procedures. * Conduct safety training programs and demonstrate the use of safety equipment (PPE, fall protection, air sampling, etc.) * Coordinate hazard communication program regarding MSDS maintenance, hazardous chemicals and other substances. * Participate in incident investigation to identify causal factors to determine how incidents might be prevented in the future. * Assist in the maintenance and updating of emergency action plans and procedures. *Provide new employee health and safety orientation and assist in the development of materials relating to these presentations. * Assist in the tabulation of safety statistics and generate safety reports. Environmental: * Manage all air compliance programs to ensure compliance with applicable regulatory requirements including reporting requirements. * Provide air compliance training for key plant personnel who oversee permitted operations and pollution control equipment. * Oversee Environmental Data Acquisition system, recordkeeping and monitoring requirements. * Review all MSDS for emission and toxic impacts on the facility and obtain necessary regulatory approvals. * Monitor all areas of possible water contamination (i.e., chemical storage, pit areas, storm run off and sewer drains). * Manage storm water pollution prevention plans to ensure compliance with applicable regulatory requirements including reporting requirements. * Prepare NPDES annual and semi-annual reports. * Understand spill containment, notification and remediation procedures in the event of a reportable release. * Managed the Hazardous and Universal Waste programs to ensure compliance with all applicable regulatory requirements including reporting requirements. * Manage the DOT registration requirements for the plant. Provide training for key plant personnel involved in shipping or receiving DOT hazardous chemicals and maintain all training credentials and records. * Plan and prepare for regulatory inspections and ensure environmental records and files are readily available. SPECIALIZED KNOWLEDGE: Education: * Minimum B.S. in Environmental, Health and Safety or related discipline Experience: * Three to five years experience in facility Environmental Health and Safety leadership including OSHA, EPA and DOT compliance. * Proficiency in Word, Excel and Powerpoint * Interpersonal skills to work successfully within a team-based environment SPECIAL JOB REQUIREMENTS * May be called upon to report during evening or weekend hours due to plant emergencies. * Ability to lift and climb regularly during facility inspections and walk-arounds. * This position is subject to potential extreme environmental conditions and hazards at the facility such as moving industrial equipment, electrical current, confined spaces, working at heights and high noise levels. * Ability to travel up to 25% of the time. Please submit resume to: Knauf Insulation Attn: Human Resources 1000 E. North Street, Albion, MI 49224 Or email at Floyd.G Source - Battle Creek Enquirer - Battle Creek, MI...

Regional Safety and Health Manager

Conestoga-Rovers & Associates (CRA) provides comprehensive engineering, environmental consulting, construction, and information technology solutions for our clients. With more than 35 years of experience in providing high quality and responsive services, CRA has grown to over 90 offices and 3,000 employees working on projects worldwide. Conestoga-Rovers & Associates has an opening in our Houston, TX office for a Regional Safety and Health Manager with experience associated with Behavioral Based Safety programs, who aspires to become an active employee in a vibrant, well-established company. If you?re driven, fast track your career here ! The selected candidate will be responsible for managing the internal safety and health program with regards to CRA's Construction Division with an emphasis on supporting oil and gas clients and operations as well as environmental remediation projects. This position reports to the Senior Regional Safety & Health Manager. The overall responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to employee training, Root Cause Analysis as applied to Behavior Based Safety programs, worker's compensation, medical surveillance, and safety audits as they relate to construction, laboratory and environmental field projects. The job requires extensive short term travel (70-90%) to support office and field operations. Responsibilities: Develop and implement health and safety programs and standard operating procedures for the company Implement systems to minimize the potential for employee exposure to chemical, biological and physical hazards Implement procedures for investigating, reporting and controlling occupational injuries and illnesses Implement an audit program to ensure safety program compliance Oversee and implement a specific program (i.e. medical surveillance, training & PPE) program for the company as assigned Evaluate and identify training needs for the company with respect to health and safety Develop, implement and conduct internal employee training programs related to the health and safety program Provide leadership and support to the office safety coordinators, within their respective region Provide project safety support to the offices within their region of responsibility Assist other regional managers with their program requirements as needed...

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