Chemical plant operators oversee the personnel and equipment necessary to run a successful chemical manufacturing operation. Their goal is to improve plant quality, efficiency and safety. They typically advance to their positions after accruing on-the-job experience. Employers also might show hiring preference for applicants who hold a degree.
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Responsibilities and Duties
Chemical plant operators primarily monitor the equipment under their charge. They both control instruments and make sure they’re working properly, and they might schedule and coordinate maintenance efforts if necessary. They’re also in charge of shutting down or otherwise handling equipment during an emergency.
Plant operators perform other administrative tasks as well. For instance, they record test results and other data germane to a plant’s operation. They also keep an eye on test results over time and suggest adjustments to the manufacturing process as necessary. They then relay those findings to supervisors and other managerial personnel.
Required Experience, Skills and Qualifications
BSc / MSc Chemistry