| 22nd March 2011
£30k - £35k dependant on experience plus 25 days paid holiday, a paid sick scheme, free life assurance, relocation assistance and access to a stakeholder pension scheme.
West Bromwich, West Midlands
Founded in 1869, Robinson Brothers Ltd is one of the UK's largest independent manufacturers of speciality organic chemicals, providing a comprehensive package of products and technical services across two distinct global market areas - fine chemicals and polymer chemicals.
We offer a wide range of custom manufactured intermediates on a commercial scale from kilograms to multi-tonnes, all produced to the highest possible quality and environmental standards. We are committed to seeking innovative solutions to products and processes and have a proven track record for delivering right first time and on time.
Reporting to the Senior Chemical Engineer, you will be responsible for the Chemical Engineering Work involved in design, installation and commissioning of new plant, plant modifications, improvements and investigational work on allocated and self initiated projects. As such, you will be required to allocate personnel for specific projects working within budget, and liase at all levels inside and out of the company.
Providing a service to diagnose and resolve operational problems in an allocated area of the site, you will act as a Chemical Engineering expert on design, safety assessment, investigations and process development. You will continue the development of a safe operating culture, complying to Safety, Health & Environment statutory regulations. This will include hazard assessment, commissioning, testing, monitoring and further development of new chemical plant and facilities and upgrading work.
To be successful you will have an honours degree in Chemical Engineering and a minimum of 3 to 5 years experience post graduate, of practical involvement in problem solving, process / plant design and modification, commissioning and risk assessment. Your experience will ideally have been gained in fine or pharmaceutical chemical manufacture. You will also possess additional training in HAZOP, Risk Assessment, Electrical Zoning and Pressure Relief Design. You should be either Chartered or very close to obtaining Chartered status.
Knowledge or experience of the following would be desirable but not essential: quality and environmental management systems, cGMP requirements, HAZOP leadership, chemical commissioning and performance testing, pressure relief Design, manufacturing equipment control systems, DSEAR/ATEX and COSHH.
With a practical approach to problem solving, you will be self-motivated and innovative, being prepared to initiate and drive proposals through to completion
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