Operations Superintendent

Company Name:
Southern Recruiting Solutions
o Ensures that all aspects of safety, health and environmental programs relating to the commissioning operations are considered.
o Collaborates with production colleagues to establish the Commissioning philosophy for the project.
o Develops robust commissioning plans in coordination with the Commissioning group and relevant production teams
o Supports the development of operating procedures for the new plant.
o Provides appropriate operations input during project phase into facility designs and project execution philosophies to ensure all required preparations are implemented for successful facility start-up. This includes P&ID reviews, Process Hazard Analyses, and operator training program development.
o The team is responsible for successful execution, commissioning, and start-up of multiple plants while working in a project environment utilizing a shared resource framework.
o Collaborate with production colleagues to establish the Operating and Maintenance philosophy for the project, remaining consistent with the existing operations.
o Supports the development of robust commissioning plans.
o Ensures programs, procedures and activities within area of responsibility comply with corporate governance and legal compliance requirements.
o Relocation provided
o keywords: operations superintendent, site manager, production superintendent, chemical, petrochemical, refinery
o High School degree or GED
o Must have 10-15 plus years of direct relevant experience in the Chemical Process Industry; 10 plus years of Catalytic Reactor Systems Operations experience preferred
o Experience in operations training is a plus
o Experience in chemical process commissioning is a plus
o Experience in major turnaround is a plus
o Project Execution experience is a plus
o Willingness to work in Houston for two years and then transfer to Lake Charles, LA. Company relocation assistance provided.
o US citizen or green card holder and a stable work history.

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