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Process Operator

Enquiry Reference: 1242722

Hours: 40 per week

Experience and Skills: • Sound experience in a process Industry, ideally chemical or pharmaceutical with a track record of working in a hazardous environment • Knowledge and experience of working with process control systems • Completed health and Safety training, such as IOSH Working Safely or equivalent •

How to Apply: Please send your c.v

Pay Type: Monthly

Contract Type: Permanent

Minimum Qualifications: NVQ 3 or equivalent

Job Type: Job

Job Purpose: • You will monitor the waste recycling process by checking/ recording instrumentation readings, e.g. meter and gauges and taking samples for analysis as necessary. • Check and assess equipment in accordance with a planned maintenance monitoring system making sure that equipment is functioning correctly at all times reporting any faults to maintenance staff. • Measure and control the heating and cooling systems relating to plant and equipment. • Clean and prepare complex equipment prior to production start-up. • Safely close down equipment once a production run is compete and run the finished product into various containers and tanks. • You will work from a control room, using computers to operate, control and monitor the process, you will also patrol the plant and monitor machinery and processes on a frequent basis.

Main Responsibilities: As an Oil Salvage Process Operator your priority will be to work safely, effectively and efficiently undertaking a range of process activities to ensure the efficient operation of a waste oil processing/recycling plant.

Working Pattern: continuous 7day, 12 hour shift rotation as follows 2 days, 2 nights to 4 off. • Hours of work days 5.45 am to 6.00pm, nights, 5.45 pm to 6.00am.

Hours of Work: Shift Work

Minimum Salary: £28100.00

Maximum Salary: £28100.00

Minimum Qualification Comments: A process operations qualification, such as a City and Guilds or NVQs • At a minimum, five GCSEs (or equivalent)

Closing Date: 13 Aug 2020

Interview Date: N/A

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