Types of Roles: Future Opportunities at Shell Polymers
The roles described in this section are not actual job postings, but rather general descriptions of roles that will be needed in the future at Shell Polymers.
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Maintaining and repairing monitoring systems for plants is at the core of this position.
Your experience installing and repairing boilers and building containers for liquids and gases will play a critical role in maintaining the plant’s system of vats and vessels.
This skilled role installs and maintains electrical and electronic equipment and systems throughout the facility.
Help develop better ways of utilizing plant power. You will review electrical systems and motors at manufacturing units to improve efficiencies and cut costs.
Ensure that the facility obtains and complies with environmental permits, and communicates with oversight agencies.
This skilled and critical role ensures the wellbeing of the plant and its people through early identification and evaluation of safety-related issues.
Safety is an integral part of operating heavy equipment. A track record of safely operating and maintaining heavy equipment is essential for this role.
Problem-solver and innovator, this position works closely with other engineers to improve and maintain work processes.
Help ensure equipment longevity through proactive maintenance planning and scheduling.
In this role, you will supervise maintenance crafts personnel to ensure quality performance and safe, efficient execution.
Provide engineering design and oversight while working with others to develop and maintain work processes.
Help improve plant efficiency and planning through research and implementation of cutting edge processes.
Responsible for the operation of equipment and day-to-day operation of your assigned units during your shift, working with others to deliver optimal performance.
This role’s central focus is leadership in safety for the people working in the facility, and for the facility itself.
Work collaboratively with engineers and production teams to keep operations running smoothly through optimized work processes.