Full-Time Chemical Engineer – Engineering – Dutse
The Chemical Engineer is expected to work with the Engineering Leader and project teams to define and implement the most effective chemical process technology, providing technical solutions and process engineering expertise, on capital projects, technology implementation projects, productivity, quality, and cost improvement projects. The chemical process requires technology adoption, capacity improvements, technical developments, cost and energy efficiency gains, sound production practises, and adherence to Process Safety requirements. This role also involves working with Project Managers to guarantee that the project team’s cost and timeline objectives are accomplished.
Job Title : Chemical Engineer – Engineering
Location : Dutse, Jigawa, Nigeria
Salary : $ 34.46 per hour.
Company : IP Recruiter Group
Job Type : Full-Time
- Identifying several options and selecting the most effective tactics and approaches.
- Review production history on a regular basis to identify efficiency, quality, and waste reduction improvements.
- Make changes to current equipment to improve product quality or operational safety.
- All safety precautions must be backed up by evidence and put into practice.
- In the workplace, set a positive example for others.
- The effectiveness of colour formulas and processes is put to the test.
- Assist with plant operations supervision.
- Any concerns about safety should be brought to management’s attention.
- Troubleshoot and resolve long-term or recurring issues with the help of other technical resources or on your own.
- Assist operations employees with real-time technical help
- Experience with printed circuit boards.
- It is vital to be able to demonstrate understanding of acceptable scientific technique and experimental design.
- Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Materials Science Engineering, or Biochemical Engineering bachelor’s degree is necessary.
- Only skilled specialists should handle and dilute concentrated or dangerous substances such as strong acids, bases, oxidizers, reducers, and other concentrated or hazardous compounds.
- If you’ve dealt with electrochemistry or metal plating before, that’s a plus.