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Opening Date: 12:01 am EST, September 08, 2015Closing Date: September 14, 2015Position Title: Chemical Engineer, GS-0893-13Salary: $98,815 to $127, 457 annually (San Francisco)Duty Location: San Francisco, CA, or Los Angeles, CA will have a different salaryWork Schedule: 40 hours per weekWho May Apply: Any U.S. Citizen may apply
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GS-13: At least one year of specialized experience related to this position as described for the GS-13 level, you need to have at least one year of full time experience equivalent to the GS-12 level which is defined as: Experience in Chemical Process Safety Management, Chemical Risk Management or Accident Prevention and Experience evaluating or inspecting complex engineering processes (such as refineries, anhydrous ammonia refrigeration facilities or chemical manufacturing plants).
How to Apply: www.usajobs.gov and search for LV-R9-DE-2015-0009
Application Requirements: Create your profile now in usajobs.gov and upload your RESUME and TRANSCRIPTS into your profile
Requirements to be considered for the proDUCTION engineering role:
· B.S. in Chemical Engineering
· 2+ years’ production engineering experience in a chlor-alkali facility
· Act as a technical resource for plant operations
Responsibilities OF THE PROduction ENGINEER:
· Optimize plant performance
· Understand EHS operational requirements
· Maintain high standards for process safety
Outstanding opportunity to have a tremendous impact and grow rapidly within an organization and would welcome the opportunity to provide more details over the phone.
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