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Employee Type - Full-Time EmployeeEducation - NoneExperience - 0 to 1 year(s)Industries - Skilled Labour - Trades

Description

INEOS Styrolution is the leading, global styrenics supplier with a focus on styrene monomer, polystyrene, ABS Standard and styrenic specialties. With world-class production facilities and more than 85 years of experience, INEOS Styrolution helps its customers succeed by offering the best possible solution, designed to give them a competitive edge in their markets. The company provides styrenic applications for many everyday products across a broad range of industries, including Automotive, Electronics, Household, Construction, Healthcare, Packaging and Toys/ Sports/ Leisure. In 2018, sales were at 5.4 billion euros. INEOS Styrolution employs approximately 3,500 people and operates 20 production sites in ten countries.

Purpose/Role of the job:
Safely operate the EBSM (Ethylbenzene/Styrene Monomer), OSBL, and utilities/off-sites sections of the Sarnia plant to produce finished product that meets internal manufacturing and customer specifications.
The successful candidate for this entry-level position will be required to work a 7-day, 12-hour rotating day/night shift schedule and participate as a member of a shift team. The candidate must become qualified in all areas of the Unit and comply with the certification requirements set out in the collective agreement. This position is within the Sarnia Site bargaining unit.

Environment/Context/Complexity of the job:
The most important aspect of this position is to ensure the safety of all personnel working in the production area. Internal factors influencing this include the following: quality of training, procedures, and communication within the group, maintenance schedule and workload, unplanned downtime, and emergencies. External factors influencing this include the following: weather, reliability of utilities (for example, power), INEOS Styrolution regional and/or global directives, and contractor performance and capability.

Responsibilities/Accountabilities of the job:
* Ensure the INEOS 20 Principles of Behavioral and Process Safety are learned, followed, practiced, and supported as applicable to the position on a daily basis. Communicate and champion the INEOS 20 Safety Principles to empower and enable others. Commit to following the INEOS Life Saving Rules on a daily basis.
* Report all safety concerns and incidents including activations of safety critical alarms/systems or exceedances of operating envelopes to Shift Supervisor.
* Preserve high standards of Process Safety and Environmental Protection.
* Preserve high standards for care and use of Hazardous Materials.
* Preserve high standards of housekeeping and organization per INEOS Styrolution Asset Care guidelines.
* Maintain compliance with all regulatory and legislative requirements as applicable to the position.
* Participation as needed for incident investigations, Management of Change, Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) and Layers of Protection Analysis (LOPA), general process safety reviews, and risk assessments.
* Follow operating procedures and guidelines to operate the assigned area of the unit safely and efficiently, including the operation various process equipment, e.g. switches, pumps, compressors, turbines, control valves, and control devices (as trained and as required), gather operational data, identify risks, and determine operational responses to maintain safe and reliable operation of a chemical process plant.
* Operate DCS equipment to maintain safe control of the reaction process and associated process equipment. Monitor process to ensure the unit is performing within safe operating conditions.
* Demonstrate working knowledge of plant equipment and the effect each piece of equipment has on total plant operations.
* Carry out the tasks of assigned areas and positions. Perform unit rounds and safety checks; report and investigate abnormal activities, findings, or equipment problems to Shift Supervisor.
* Apply training and experience, along with creative problem solving, analytical thinking, and troubleshooting techniques, to effectively troubleshoot and resolve operational challenges in a chemical process plant.
* Read and interpret P&ID's, schematic diagrams, procedures, and technical manuals.
* Create clear and concise log entries.
* Perform minor maintenance, as authorized and as required. Secure equipment for maintenance and return to service after maintenance is complete.
* Take feedstock, intermediate, and product samples for Laboratory analysis.
* Actively participate in unit drills and training.
* Write and/or update operating procedures, racetracks, SOC's related to assigned areas and positions as required.
* Work both independently and in a team environment.
* Participate in BBSO program, issue Safe Work Permits, conduct Job Safety Analysis (JSA), and contribute to site safety culture.

Level of education & Knowledge:
* CPET graduate or equivalent, plus a 4th Class TSSA Operating Engineer Ticket
* Thorough understanding and knowledge of required safety regulations and standard operating procedures in a manufacturing environment
* Valid driver's license

Experience in general:
* Demonstrated ability to work in a safe and responsible manner.
* Strong emphasis on ethics; ability to interact openly and honestly with others.
* Strong interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to resolve conflict.
* Demonstrated ability to work well under pressure and adjust quickly to change.
* Must be self-motivated and able to work effectively in a team environment as well as independently.
* Must have the capability to make informed decisions.
* Demonstrated ability to take ownership and responsibility for assigned tasks/areas.
* Demonstrated ability to adapt and contribute in a dynamic, changing environment.

Technical skills:
* Mechanical aptitude
* Computer literacy

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