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INEOS Composites US LLC
INEOS is a global manufacturer of petrochemicals, specialty chemicals and oil products. It comprises 34 businesses each with a major chemical company heritage. Its network spans 183 sites in 26 countries throughout the world. Leading market positions allow INEOS to be the supplier of choice for many of the largest customers in our markets. INEOS has an exciting opportunity for a B Operator to join our INEOS Composites team at our Jacksonville, AR plant.
The INEOS’ B Operator makes blends of intermediate resins and chemical additives to produce finished products that meet customer requirements. Additionally, the B operator prepares thin tanks for base resins that is transferred from reactors. The B Operator understands, practices, and drives a safety culture.
Comprehensive Benefits Program
Starting Pay: $26.24 / hr
Health insurance includes Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance and Disability Benefits
401(k) plan with a 3% employer contribution; in addition, an employer match of 100% on the first 6% of employee contributions
Making Blends in Blend and/or Thin Tanks to proper specifications by following established procedures and instructions which includes transferring resins to and from base resin storage tanks
Safely handle numerous liquid and solid raw materials used in the blending process
Transfer Base Resins from Cooling Tanks to Thin Tanks and charge Thin Tank monomer
Cook Base Resin in Reactors to proper specifications by following established procedures which includes processing and troubleshooting any issues that may come up while processing the resin in the reactor.
Perform handling and storage of hazardous waste materials properly and responsibility, while being trained in emergency procedures in the event of a hazardous spill during storage or transportation
Dispose of all hazardous and contaminated refuse
Maintain housekeeping/cleaning in area to always ensure a safe working environment
Aid A & C Operators as directed by the Manufacturing Supervisor
Perform introductory and annual training in RCRA, HAZCOM, Forklift Operation, Yard Dog Operation, SPCCC, Incipient firefighting, TSCA, DOT Shipping Papers
Follow all established procedures and maintain all logs and paperwork for job responsibilities
Embraces the culture of prevention and follows all safety rules and procedures to work safely on all tasks
High School Diploma
Ability to operate fork trucks and park bulk tank wagons, and 53-foot-long box trailers; training provided
Ability to work a rotating 12-hour work shift, weekends, holidays, etc. with willingness to work overtime
Should possess Word Processing, Excel, and Personal Computer Skills
Must be able to lift at least 50 lbs and climb stairs
Ability to perform tasks wearing full face respiratory protection
At least two years of chemical manufacturing experience
A plus but not required:
Mechanical equipment experience, operate pumps, compressors, etc.
SAP Fluency and usage
DOT HazMat License preferred
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