Are you our next Process Engineer III ?
We are currently seeking a Process Engineer III for our Tampa, Florida location. The purpose of this position is to provide technical support to Operations in optimizing plant operations, improving efficiencies and troubleshooting. Provide front end loading process support for capital projects using the established Capital Process Management (CPM).
What will you do?
Front end engineering for capital projects, this includes identifying the business objectives, evaluating options and then developing a comprehensive solution to the opportunity, preliminary design and economic evaluations (IRR, NPV, etc.). Participate in short and long range planning for capital projects. Develop training materials, train operators on new equipment, technologies and processes.
Provide process engineering support to Operations. This will include troubleshooting, plant optimization, efficiency improvements, heat and material balances, etc.
Identify projects that could improve operations and have a positive impact on the company's bottom line.
Collaborate with project and process engineers from across the sites to identify best practices and continuous improvement opportunities. Ensure energy efficiency and commonality across Mosaic where applicable in new equipment selection.
Perform miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.
Be vigilant of issues and conditions that can affect fellow workers.
Ensure regulatory, corporate and site safety and environmental standards are followed by conducting safety audits and risk assessments.
Provide Engineering solutions that positively impact the environment or the safety of the employees.
What do you need for this role?
Bachelors degree in Chemical Engineering discipline required.
5 or more years of experience required.
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office: Excel, Word and PowerPoint skills required. Knowledge of Minitab is a plus. Applicable plant operations software, such as Pi.
Knowledge of Sulfuric acid, Phosphoric acid and fertilizer manufacturing is a plus.
RCRA experience is a plus.
Good communicator and interpersonal skills; Self-starter; Team player.
Physical work environment is occasionally outdoor with exposure to varying degrees of hot and cold environments.
The physical demands described are representative of those that must be met by an individual to successfully perform the essential functions of the job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform other job functions.
Must be able to safely perform the job without posing a direct threat to the safety of his or her own self, or the safety of others.
Able to lift approximately 0-10 lbs. unassisted and regularly.
Able to climb stairs and work at various heights.
Able to distinguish varying or specific colors, patterns or materials.
Able to hear, with or without correction.
Able to read, write and understand basic English.
Able to see, with or without correction.
Able to travel unassisted.
Able to use fine hand motor skills.
Physically able to use standard safety equipment which is rated for 300 pounds or less.
Must be authorized to work in the United States.
Selected candidates will be required to successfully complete the following:
Post-offer/pre-placement drug and alcohol screening, background check, physical, functional capacity examination.