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Chemicals Process Operator - TEMPORARY
The candidate must have worked in a chemicals environment, fully aware of the Health Safety risks involved working on a chemicals industrial site Health and Safety aware
The successful candidate will be responsible for operating and maintaining the Chemicals department's processes in a safe manner. The operator will become multi skilled, operating a range of processes including but not limited to: chemical refining of different PGM material streams, producing silver-based customer products, managing process waste & recovering values from waste streams.
- Operators are responsible for ensuring both their own and their colleague's safety, by working in accordance with all relevant Production and Environmental, Health and Safety procedures, promptly reporting any incidents or accidents to their Team Leader
- Undertake process operations as directed by the Team Leader, in accordance with relevant production procedures and process instructions, focusing on "right first time" production
- Ensure conformance to customer requirements, specifications and output schedules with respect to total quality in all aspects of the job
- Movement of metal and material as directed by team leader / manager
- Responsibility for plant checks and reporting breakdowns or unsafe plant/conditions
- Responsibility for completion of process related documentation, including batch travellers and spreadsheets
- To escalate any issues which may interrupt or slow production, in a timely and accurate manner, to the Team Leader or Production management
- To report EHS concerns through the ENABLON system and play an active role in identifying EHS improvements
- To support Continuous Improvement initiatives including 5S, Lean and raising improvement ideas
You will have:
- High level of numeracy, working with systems and data, SPC control, statistical understanding would be advantageous
- Good communication and interpersonal skills
- Takes prompt action and responds quickly when confronted with a problem
- Shares important or relevant information with the team and escalates to management where required
- Able to accurately and carefully follow established procedures for completing work tasks
- Initiates action to correct quality problems or notifies others of quality issues as appropriate
- Build strategic working relationships
- High energy and enthusiasm
- Willing and able to work to tight deadlines to meet production targets
Due to the nature of this role applicants must be non-smokers and have been free from nicotine products for at least 3 months.
Guidant Group is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy. Guidant Group is committed to diversity and flexibility in the workplace. If you require any reasonable adjustments to support you during the application process, please mention this at any stage.