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Objective: Seek the Position of Chemical Equipment Operator
SUMMARY: Remarkably Gifted Chemical Equipment Operator with over six years experience in controlling equipment systems that process chemical substances into specified products.
Summary of Qualifications
Strong ability to actively listen to others for understanding of their needs and situations
Profound ability to speak and write English clearly.
Excellent ability to understand and carry out written and oral instructions.
In-depth ability to act in a decisive manner, using good judgment.
Strong ability to assess problems and situations, and to anticipate needs and evaluate alternatives.
Remarkable ability to effectively interpret the policies and objectives of the department.
Exceptional ability to work in a team and contribute to the success of the team.
Thorough knowledge and training in biology, environmental science, and chemistry.
Immense skill in the operation of a variety of lab equipment, generators, pumps, gauges, and other common tools.
Great ability to perform control calculations.
MM Household Inc., Minneapolis, MN 2002 - Present
Chemical Equipment Operator
Tend equipment units and semiautomatic system that processes chemical substances into industrial or consumer products, such as detergents, emulsifiers, salts, bleaching agents, acids, and synthetic resins.
Dump specified amounts of solid materials into heating vessels or blending tanks.
Turn valves to feed liquid and gaseous materials through equipment units, and set controls in specified sequence on control panel to start automatic feed.
Turn valves and move controls to maintain system at specified temperature, pressure, and vacuum levels.
Observe chemical reactions; monitor gauges, signals, and recorders; and receive notification from control laboratory, supervisor, or other workers to make specified operating adjustments.
Draw samples of products for laboratory analysis.
Maintain log of gauge readings and shift production.
Perform chemical tests on product to ensure conformance with specifications, using standard test equipment, materials, and procedure.
MM Household Inc., Minneapolis, MN 1998 - 2002
Apprentice Chemical Equipment Operator (under supervision)
Controlled equipment in which chemicals and other materials are chlorinated by reaction with chlorine gas.
Pumped specified amounts of chemicals to chlorinator.
Read flowmeter and opened valves to regulate flow of chlorine and rate of chlorination reaction.
Read temperature gauges and turned steam and coolant valves to maintain reaction within specified temperature range.
Tested sample of product for specific gravity and for boiling or freezing point, using hydrometer and thermometer.
Observed color of product to determine when chlorination is completed.
Recorded operating data, such as temperature and pressure in chlorinator and related equipment.
Operated auxiliary units, such as vaporizer, filters, stills, and stripping columns.