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As the Site Chemist or Process Engineer you be required to -
- Discipline Industrial & Manufacturing
- Provide chemical and technical expertise on all aspects of site water delivery, production, treatment, storage and disposal including raw water, process water, boiler cycle chemistry, waste water and domestic water systems.
- Provide guidance on the chemical and metallurgical content of work programmes, inspection regimes and asset management strategies.
- Develop and implement plant optimisation initiates within sphere of influence.
- Provide support and advise to operational teams for plant reliability and efficiency.
- Coordinate vendor agreements for Chemical Supply, Waste Disposal and Environmental Management Systems.
- Develop and improve procedures for the Laboratory Operations and Asset Management Systems.
- Prepare and deliver proposals and reports.
- Comply with, support and evolve the company systems to ensure continuous improvement.
- Initiate actions to prevent the occurrence of non-conformities in processes, systems or plant equipment.
- Ensure equipment life cycle costing and analysis is effectively carried out.
- Assist with outage work scoping and planning.
- Provide timely and accurate input to the annual Asset Management Plan including operation and maintenance, projects, planned and forced outage budgets.
- Assist with monitor relevant budgets closely and implement actions (if required) to ensure budget forecasts are met.
- Identify and recommend methods to continually improve processes and resolve problems.
- Work effectively with the Management team to deliver business and performance objectives.
- Identify and recommend cost saving initiatives within sphere of influence.
- Comply with Risk Management, Quality Assurance and Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Management systems and processes.
- Contribute to a positive HSE culture at the workplace whilst complying with all statutory obligations and company HSE requirements.
- Technical knowledge of Power Plants or Heavy Process Industries and recent site experience.
- Good working knowledge of current environmental legislation.
- Computer literacy in SAP and Microsoft suite of products.
- Proactively and constructively identifies and solves problems and potential issues.
- Experience reading and interpreting documents, technical drawings and procedures.
- Ability to work under pressure while prioritising work to meet agreed deadlines.
- Ability to engage and lead others to a common goal, whilst working independently as a part of a team.
- High level of interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.
- Tertiary qualifications in a relevant engineering discipline with at least 5 years of practical experience in thermal power stations or heavy industry.