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Process Operator / Engineer

JOB- Process Operator / Engineer


TERM- Permanent

SALARY – £35,000 - £42,000 per annum + bonus. (Dependant on experience)

We are looking for Process Operator / Engineer on a permanent basis in the Hampshire area with experience in the liquid manufacturing / Oil and Gas industry. Your main duty will be to assist the Manufacturing / Process teams in the day to day run of the manufacturing department and to assist in the continuous improvement of established processes.

The Process Operator / Engineer will ideally have the following attributes:

  • Previous experience as a Process Engineering position.
  • Experience within Oil and Gas industry or manufacturing / chemical processing industry.
  • Exposure to routine operations within Oil and Gas industries (Pigging of flowlines, well testing, discharge water testing and Chemical’s inventory management).
  • Knowledge of various Oil and Gas processes / machinery.
  • Have excellent communication skills both verbal and written
  • Be self-motivated and have a positive attitude
  • Able to train any staff for Health and Safety training
  • Good problem-solving skills.
The Process Engineer / Operator role will involve:
  • Carry out Pigging of flowlines, road tanker loading and unloading and fault-finding investigations.
  • Monitoring various machinery and identifying ant maintenance issues in the processes.
  • Undertake routine and non-routine monitoring of the plant facilities.
If you are interested in this position, please apply with an up to date CV as soon as possible, along with your availability and your salary expectation.
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