Senior Process Engineer for our Pulp and Paper operation
o Work closely with area operations and management to find opportunities to improve productivity minimize cost and reduce process variability.
o Track key production performance indictors to help bring possible issues to the attention of area leadership prior to them impacting quality or cost.
o Debottleneck equipment using systematic approach to gather data and understand the process to become the Subject Mater Expert for the Pulp and Bleach Plant.
o Champion capital projects in the area to innovate technology and advancements in the field of pulping and bleaching.
o Raise operators knowledge of the Pulping and Bleaching processes and challenge though process of "This is how it's always ran" by showing data to support findings.
o Continually build relationships with operators and management to find the best alternative to a problem.
o Perform mass and energy balances around current processes to find opportunity and relate findings back in $/ton so the value creation can be realized.
The ideal candidate will have strong written and verbal communication skills; be highly motivated to find and correct issues with the highest value
Basic Qualifications:
o Bachelor's Degree in Chemical Engineering or pulp/paper science and engineering
o 5 or more years of experience in a chemical process industry including significant experience in process engineering
o Experience as a project team leader
o Experience working within a continuous manufacturing operation
o Experience working within Microsoft Office Software (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint)
Preferred Qualifications:
o Knowledge and experience working within Pulp and Paper industry
o Experience working within a fully integrated mill
o Experience working with liquor cycle and basic utility area
o Knowledge of Batch Digesters, ClO2 Generators, Bleaching Chemistry, Chemi-Washer
o PI System experience
o Experience with Kepner Tregoe, Apallo Root Cause Analysis, or 5 Why experience to systematically solve problems
o Knowledge of statistical process control and application

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