Chemours Chemical Operator in Fayetteville, North Carolina

Chemical Operator US - NC – Fayetteville

As we create a colorful, capable and cleaner world through chemistry, we invite you to join our team to harness the power of chemistry to shape markets, redefine industries and improve lives for billions of people around the world. If you want to work on the leading edge of your field and have a desire to make a difference, join Chemours and discover what it means when we say, “We Are Living Chemistry”. Our Fayetteville site is in eastern North Carolina in Bladen County. The job includes working a 12-hours shift rotation, safely operating and maintaining manufacturing processes in a team environment. Pay starting at $21.03.

Excellent Pay and Benefits. (Pay scale $21.03 - $31.42 – Progression Process

Applicants must apply on line at www.Chemours.com/careers select location Fayetteville * Chemical Operator* posting. *Candidates must supply a valid telephone number and email address as all communication will be sent via email. *

The Chemical Operator is responsible for operating, maintaining, and troubleshooting chemical process equipment. Duties may include (not limited to):

  • Work 12 hours rotating shift (including weekends and holidays) and overtime.

  • Starts-up, operates, maintains and shuts-down equipment per operating procedures. Field operation of process equipment including vessels, valves, pumps, condensers, heat exchangers, related controls and instrumentation to keep the process operating at desired production levels. This includes making rounds, following check sheets, taking samples, and conducting periodic patrols of assigned equipment to regulate system pressures, temperatures, etc.

  • Safely monitoring the Control Room Process of the operations.

  • Load/unload, trucks, and other containers to manage raw material and product inventories.

  • Perform routine mechanical tasks and minor preventive maintenance such as taking oil samples, minor hand tool work for adjustments, opening flanges for clean out, preparing equipment by isolating, purging, cleaning, and locking out equipment.

  • Issue work orders, prepare job plans, and prep equipment to maintain equipment and facilities.

  • Review and revise job procedures, schedule work, manage overtime and personal time card on computer systems.

  • Train and assist other personnel as needed.

  • Operate various types of mobile equipment.

  • Participate in emergency response activities.

  • Exercise judgment and work independently and with others with minimal supervision. Keep supervision informed of issues in the area.

  • Know and adhere to safety, environmental and housekeeping responsibilities and rules.

  • Minimum Qualifications for Technician (Must Meet to be Consider for Interview*_)_

Must be 18 years of age

High School diploma or equivalent plus at least one of the following:

  • Two years of work experience in a chemical, mechanical or electrical process. This may include manufacturing, maintenance, electrical, and/or instrumentation experience or military equivalent experiences.

or

  • A two-year associate/technical degree. Prefer degree to be in manufacturing technology, maintenance, electronic, electrical, or engineering.

Selected candidates will need to provide copy of education transcripts.

  • Valid Driver’s License

  • Ability to work 12 hours rotating shifts (including weekends and holidays) and overtime, under various conditions including some outside work in all weather conditions

  • Preferred Work Keys Certification (Silver or greater)

o Demonstrated computer skills

o Demonstrated knowledge of math, the ability to understand trend charts and scale reading

o Demonstrated planning and problem-solving skills, along with the ability to self- manage and function as a team member of a diverse work team

o Ability to climb stairs and ladders, and work at elevated heights. Walk, stand, safely lift 50 pounds and wear various protective equipment, including donning an acid suit, during daily work schedule

o Demonstrated ability to use common hand tools, mechanical skills.

All hiring offers will be contingent upon a written assessment, a successful background check, physical fitness and medical evaluation including a negative drug test

Please apply on line at www.Chemours.com/careers

/Military Veterans are highly encouraged to apply /

/Chemours is an Equal Opportunity Employer/

//E-Verify Employer //

  • Chemical Operator US - NC – Fayetteville*

As we create a colorful, capable and cleaner world through chemistry, we invite you to join our team to harness the power of chemistry to shape markets, redefine industries and improve lives for billions of people around the world. If you want to work on the leading edge of your field and have a desire to make a difference, join Chemours and discover what it means when we say, “We Are Living Chemistry”. Our Fayetteville site is in eastern North Carolina in Bladen County. The job includes working a 12-hours shift rotation, safely operating and maintaining manufacturing processes in a team environment. Pay starting at $21.03.

Excellent Pay and Benefits. (Pay scale $21.03 - $31.42 – Progression Process

Applicants must apply on line at www.Chemours.com/careers select location Fayetteville * Chemical Operator* posting. *Candidates must supply a valid telephone number and email address as all communication will be sent via email. *

The Chemical Operator is responsible for operating, maintaining, and troubleshooting chemical process equipment. Duties may include (not limited to):

  • Work 12 hours rotating shift (including weekends and holidays) and overtime.

  • Starts-up, operates, maintains and shuts-down equipment per operating procedures. Field operation of process equipment including vessels, valves, pumps, condensers, heat exchangers, related controls and instrumentation to keep the process operating at desired production levels. This includes making rounds, following check sheets, taking samples, and conducting periodic patrols of assigned equipment to regulate system pressures, temperatures, etc.

  • Safely monitoring the Control Room Process of the operations.

  • Load/unload, trucks, and other containers to manage raw material and product inventories.

  • Perform routine mechanical tasks and minor preventive maintenance such as taking oil samples, minor hand tool work for adjustments, opening flanges for clean out, preparing equipment by isolating, purging, cleaning, and locking out equipment.

  • Issue work orders, prepare job plans, and prep equipment to maintain equipment and facilities.

  • Review and revise job procedures, schedule work, manage overtime and personal time card on computer systems.

  • Train and assist other personnel as needed.

  • Operate various types of mobile equipment.

  • Participate in emergency response activities.

  • Exercise judgment and work independently and with others with minimal supervision. Keep supervision informed of issues in the area.

  • Know and adhere to safety, environmental and housekeeping responsibilities and rules.

  • Minimum Qualifications for Technician (Must Meet to be Consider for Interview*_)_

Must be 18 years of age

High School diploma or equivalent plus at least one of the following:

  • Two years of work experience in a chemical, mechanical or electrical process. This may include manufacturing, maintenance, electrical, and/or instrumentation experience or military equivalent experiences.

or

  • A two-year associate/technical degree. Prefer degree to be in manufacturing technology, maintenance, electronic, electrical, or engineering.

Selected candidates will need to provide copy of education transcripts.

  • Valid Driver’s License

  • Ability to work 12 hours rotating shifts (including weekends and holidays) and overtime, under various conditions including some outside work in all weather conditions

  • Preferred Work Keys Certification (Silver or greater)

o Demonstrated computer skills

o Demonstrated knowledge of math, the ability to understand trend charts and scale reading

o Demonstrated planning and problem-solving skills, along with the ability to self- manage and function as a team member of a diverse work team

o Ability to climb stairs and ladders, and work at elevated heights. Walk, stand, safely lift 50 pounds and wear various protective equipment, including donning an acid suit, during daily work schedule

o Demonstrated ability to use common hand tools, mechanical skills.

All hiring offers will be contingent upon a written assessment, a successful background check, physical fitness and medical evaluation including a negative drug test

Please apply on line at www.Chemours.com/careers

/Military Veterans are highly encouraged to apply /

/Chemours is an Equal Opportunity Employer/

//E-Verify Employer //

  • Chemical Operator US - NC – Fayetteville*

As we create a colorful, capable and cleaner world through chemistry, we invite you to join our team to harness the power of chemistry to shape markets, redefine industries and improve lives for billions of people around the world. If you want to work on the leading edge of your field and have a desire to make a difference, join Chemours and discover what it means when we say, “We Are Living Chemistry”. Our Fayetteville site is in eastern North Carolina in Bladen County. The job includes working a 12-hours shift rotation, safely operating and maintaining manufacturing processes in a team environment. Pay starting at $21.03.

Excellent Pay and Benefits. (Pay scale $21.03 - $31.42 – Progression Process

Applicants must apply on line at www.Chemours.com/careers select location Fayetteville * Chemical Operator* posting. *Candidates must supply a valid telephone number and email address as all communication will be sent via email. *

The Chemical Operator is responsible for operating, maintaining, and troubleshooting chemical process equipment. Duties may include (not limited to):

  • Work 12 hours rotating shift (including weekends and holidays) and overtime.

  • Starts-up, operates, maintains and shuts-down equipment per operating procedures. Field operation of process equipment including vessels, valves, pumps, condensers, heat exchangers, related controls and instrumentation to keep the process operating at desired production levels. This includes making rounds, following check sheets, taking samples, and conducting periodic patrols of assigned equipment to regulate system pressures, temperatures, etc.

  • Safely monitoring the Control Room Process of the operations.

  • Load/unload, trucks, and other containers to manage raw material and product inventories.

  • Perform routine mechanical tasks and minor preventive maintenance such as taking oil samples, minor hand tool work for adjustments, opening flanges for clean out, preparing equipment by isolating, purging, cleaning, and locking out equipment.

  • Issue work orders, prepare job plans, and prep equipment to maintain equipment and facilities.

  • Review and revise job procedures, schedule work, manage overtime and personal time card on computer systems.

  • Train and assist other personnel as needed.

  • Operate various types of mobile equipment.

  • Participate in emergency response activities.

  • Exercise judgment and work independently and with others with minimal supervision. Keep supervision informed of issues in the area.

  • Know and adhere to safety, environmental and housekeeping responsibilities and rules.

  • Minimum Qualifications for Technician (Must Meet to be Consider for Interview*_)_

Must be 18 years of age

High School diploma or equivalent plus at least one of the following:

  • Two years of work experience in a chemical, mechanical or electrical process. This may include manufacturing, maintenance, electrical, and/or instrumentation experience or military equivalent experiences.

or

  • A two-year associate/technical degree. Prefer degree to be in manufacturing technology, maintenance, electronic, electrical, or engineering.

Selected candidates will need to provide copy of education transcripts.

  • Valid Driver’s License

  • Ability to work 12 hours rotating shifts (including weekends and holidays) and overtime, under various conditions including some outside work in all weather conditions

  • Preferred Work Keys Certification (Silver or greater)

o Demonstrated computer skills

o Demonstrated knowledge of math, the ability to understand trend charts and scale reading

o Demonstrated planning and problem-solving skills, along with the ability to self- manage and function as a team member of a diverse work team

o Ability to climb stairs and ladders, and work at elevated heights. Walk, stand, safely lift 50 pounds and wear various protective equipment, including donning an acid suit, during daily work schedule

o Demonstrated ability to use common hand tools, mechanical skills.

All hiring offers will be contingent upon a written assessment, a successful background check, physical fitness and medical evaluation including a negative drug test

Please apply on line at www.Chemours.com/careers

/Military Veterans are highly encouraged to apply /

/Chemours is an Equal Opportunity Employer/

//E-Verify Employer //

  • Chemical Operator US - NC – Fayetteville*

As we create a colorful, capable and cleaner world through chemistry, we invite you to join our team to harness the power of chemistry to shape markets, redefine industries and improve lives for billions of people around the world. If you want to work on the leading edge of your field and have a desire to make a difference, join Chemours and discover what it means when we say, “We Are Living Chemistry”. Our Fayetteville site is in eastern North Carolina in Bladen County. The job includes working a 12-hours shift rotation, safely operating and maintaining manufacturing processes in a team environment. Pay starting at $21.03.

Excellent Pay and Benefits. (Pay scale $21.03 - $31.42 – Progression Process

Applicants must apply on line at www.Chemours.com/careers select location Fayetteville * Chemical Operator* posting. *Candidates must supply a valid telephone number and email address as all communication will be sent via email. *

The Chemical Operator is responsible for operating, maintaining, and troubleshooting chemical process equipment. Duties may include (not limited to):

  • Work 12 hours rotating shift (including weekends and holidays) and overtime.

  • Starts-up, operates, maintains and shuts-down equipment per operating procedures. Field operation of process equipment including vessels, valves, pumps, condensers, heat exchangers, related controls and instrumentation to keep the process operating at desired production levels. This includes making rounds, following check sheets, taking samples, and conducting periodic patrols of assigned equipment to regulate system pressures, temperatures, etc.

  • Safely monitoring the Control Room Process of the operations.

  • Load/unload, trucks, and other containers to manage raw material and product inventories.

  • Perform routine mechanical tasks and minor preventive maintenance such as taking oil samples, minor hand tool work for adjustments, opening flanges for clean out, preparing equipment by isolating, purging, cleaning, and locking out equipment.

  • Issue work orders, prepare job plans, and prep equipment to maintain equipment and facilities.

  • Review and revise job procedures, schedule work, manage overtime and personal time card on computer systems.

  • Train and assist other personnel as needed.

  • Operate various types of mobile equipment.

  • Participate in emergency response activities.

  • Exercise judgment and work independently and with others with minimal supervision. Keep supervision informed of issues in the area.

  • Know and adhere to safety, environmental and housekeeping responsibilities and rules.

  • Minimum Qualifications for Technician (Must Meet to be Consider for Interview*_)_

Must be 18 years of age

High School diploma or equivalent plus at least one of the following:

  • Two years of work experience in a chemical, mechanical or electrical process. This may include manufacturing, maintenance, electrical, and/or instrumentation experience or military equivalent experiences.

or

  • A two-year associate/technical degree. Prefer degree to be in manufacturing technology, maintenance, electronic, electrical, or engineering.

Selected candidates will need to provide copy of education transcripts.

  • Valid Driver’s License

  • Ability to work 12 hours rotating shifts (including weekends and holidays) and overtime, under various conditions including some outside work in all weather conditions

  • Preferred Work Keys Certification (Silver or greater)

o Demonstrated computer skills

o Demonstrated knowledge of math, the ability to understand trend charts and scale reading

o Demonstrated planning and problem-solving skills, along with the ability to self- manage and function as a team member of a diverse work team

o Ability to climb stairs and ladders, and work at elevated heights. Walk, stand, safely lift 50 pounds and wear various protective equipment, including donning an acid suit, during daily work schedule

o Demonstrated ability to use common hand tools, mechanical skills.

All hiring offers will be contingent upon a written assessment, a successful background check, physical fitness and medical evaluation including a negative drug test

Please apply on line at www.Chemours.com/careers

/Military Veterans are highly encouraged to apply /

/Chemours is an Equal Opportunity Employer/

//E-Verify Employer //

  • Chemical Operator US - NC – Fayetteville*

As we create a colorful, capable and cleaner world through chemistry, we invite you to join our team to harness the power of chemistry to shape markets, redefine industries and improve lives for billions of people around the world. If you want to work on the leading edge of your field and have a desire to make a difference, join Chemours and discover what it means when we say, “We Are Living Chemistry”. Our Fayetteville site is in eastern North Carolina in Bladen County. The job includes working a 12-hours shift rotation, safely operating and maintaining manufacturing processes in a team environment. Pay starting at $21.03.

Excellent Pay and Benefits. (Pay scale $21.03 - $31.42 – Progression Process

Applicants must apply on line at www.Chemours.com/careers select location Fayetteville * Chemical Operator* posting. *Candidates must supply a valid telephone number and email address as all communication will be sent via email. *

The Chemical Operator is responsible for operating, maintaining, and troubleshooting chemical process equipment. Duties may include (not limited to):

  • Work 12 hours rotating shift (including weekends and holidays) and overtime.

  • Starts-up, operates, maintains and shuts-down equipment per operating procedures. Field operation of process equipment including vessels, valves, pumps, condensers, heat exchangers, related controls and instrumentation to keep the process operating at desired production levels. This includes making rounds, following check sheets, taking samples, and conducting periodic patrols of assigned equipment to regulate system pressures, temperatures, etc.

  • Safely monitoring the Control Room Process of the operations.

  • Load/unload, trucks, and other containers to manage raw material and product inventories.

  • Perform routine mechanical tasks and minor preventive maintenance such as taking oil samples, minor hand tool work for adjustments, opening flanges for clean out, preparing equipment by isolating, purging, cleaning, and locking out equipment.

  • Issue work orders, prepare job plans, and prep equipment to maintain equipment and facilities.

  • Review and revise job procedures, schedule work, manage overtime and personal time card on computer systems.

  • Train and assist other personnel as needed.

  • Operate various types of mobile equipment.

  • Participate in emergency response activities.

  • Exercise judgment and work independently and with others with minimal supervision. Keep supervision informed of issues in the area.

  • Know and adhere to safety, environmental and housekeeping responsibilities and rules.

  • Minimum Qualifications for Technician (Must Meet to be Consider for Interview*_)_

Must be 18 years of age

High School diploma or equivalent plus at least one of the following:

  • Two years of work experience in a chemical, mechanical or electrical process. This may include manufacturing, maintenance, electrical, and/or instrumentation experience or military equivalent experiences.

or

  • A two-year associate/technical degree. Prefer degree to be in manufacturing technology, maintenance, electronic, electrical, or engineering.

Selected candidates will need to provide copy of education transcripts.

  • Valid Driver’s License

  • Ability to work 12 hours rotating shifts (including weekends and holidays) and overtime, under various conditions including some outside work in all weather conditions

  • Preferred Work Keys Certification (Silver or greater)

o Demonstrated computer skills

o Demonstrated knowledge of math, the ability to understand trend charts and scale reading

o Demonstrated planning and problem-solving skills, along with the ability to self- manage and function as a team member of a diverse work team

o Ability to climb stairs and ladders, and work at elevated heights. Walk, stand, safely lift 50 pounds and wear various protective equipment, including donning an acid suit, during daily work schedule

o Demonstrated ability to use common hand tools, mechanical skills.

All hiring offers will be contingent upon a written assessment, a successful background check, physical fitness and medical evaluation including a negative drug test

Please apply on line at www.Chemours.com/careers

/Military Veterans are highly encouraged to apply /

/Chemours is an Equal Opportunity Employer/

//E-Verify Employer //

  • Chemical Operator US - NC – Fayetteville*

As we create a colorful, capable and cleaner world through chemistry, we invite you to join our team to harness the power of chemistry to shape markets, redefine industries and improve lives for billions of people around the world. If you want to work on the leading edge of your field and have a desire to make a difference, join Chemours and discover what it means when we say, “We Are Living Chemistry”. Our Fayetteville site is in eastern North Carolina in Bladen County. The job includes working a 12-hours shift rotation, safely operating and maintaining manufacturing processes in a team environment. Pay starting at $21.03.

Excellent Pay and Benefits. (Pay scale $21.03 - $31.42 – Progression Process

Applicants must apply on line at www.Chemours.com/careers select location Fayetteville * Chemical Operator* posting. *Candidates must supply a valid telephone number and email address as all communication will be sent via email. *

The Chemical Operator is responsible for operating, maintaining, and troubleshooting chemical process equipment. Duties may include (not limited to):

  • Work 12 hours rotating shift (including weekends and holidays) and overtime.

  • Starts-up, operates, maintains and shuts-down equipment per operating procedures. Field operation of process equipment including vessels, valves, pumps, condensers, heat exchangers, related controls and instrumentation to keep the process operating at desired production levels. This includes making rounds, following check sheets, taking samples, and conducting periodic patrols of assigned equipment to regulate system pressures, temperatures, etc.

  • Safely monitoring the Control Room Process of the operations.

  • Load/unload, trucks, and other containers to manage raw material and product inventories.

  • Perform routine mechanical tasks and minor preventive maintenance such as taking oil samples, minor hand tool work for adjustments, opening flanges for clean out, preparing equipment by isolating, purging, cleaning, and locking out equipment.

  • Issue work orders, prepare job plans, and prep equipment to maintain equipment and facilities.

  • Review and revise job procedures, schedule work, manage overtime and personal time card on computer systems.

  • Train and assist other personnel as needed.

  • Operate various types of mobile equipment.

  • Participate in emergency response activities.

  • Exercise judgment and work independently and with others with minimal supervision. Keep supervision informed of issues in the area.

  • Know and adhere to safety, environmental and housekeeping responsibilities and rules.

  • Minimum Qualifications for Technician (Must Meet to be Consider for Interview*_)_

Must be 18 years of age

High School diploma or equivalent plus at least one of the following:

  • Two years of work experience in a chemical, mechanical or electrical process. This may include manufacturing, maintenance, electrical, and/or instrumentation experience or military equivalent experiences.

or

  • A two-year associate/technical degree. Prefer degree to be in manufacturing technology, maintenance, electronic, electrical, or engineering.

Selected candidates will need to provide copy of education transcripts.

  • Valid Driver’s License

  • Ability to work 12 hours rotating shifts (including weekends and holidays) and overtime, under various conditions including some outside work in all weather conditions

  • Preferred Work Keys Certification (Silver or greater)

o Demonstrated computer skills

o Demonstrated knowledge of math, the ability to understand trend charts and scale reading

o Demonstrated planning and problem-solving skills, along with the ability to self- manage and function as a team member of a diverse work team

o Ability to climb stairs and ladders, and work at elevated heights. Walk, stand, safely lift 50 pounds and wear various protective equipment, including donning an acid suit, during daily work schedule

o Demonstrated ability to use common hand tools, mechanical skills.

All hiring offers will be contingent upon a written assessment, a successful background check, physical fitness and medical evaluation including a negative drug test

Please apply on line at www.Chemours.com/careers

/Military Veterans are highly encouraged to apply /

/Chemours is an Equal Opportunity Employer/

//E-Verify Employer //

  • Chemical Operator US - NC – Fayetteville*

As we create a colorful, capable and cleaner world through chemistry, we invite you to join our team to harness the power of chemistry to shape markets, redefine industries and improve lives for billions of people around the world. If you want to work on the leading edge of your field and have a desire to make a difference, join Chemours and discover what it means when we say, “We Are Living Chemistry”. Our Fayetteville site is in eastern North Carolina in Bladen County. The job includes working a 12-hours shift rotation, safely operating and maintaining manufacturing processes in a team environment. Pay starting at $21.03.

Excellent Pay and Benefits. (Pay scale $21.03 - $31.42 – Progression Process

Applicants must apply on line at www.Chemours.com/careers select location Fayetteville * Chemical Operator* posting. *Candidates must supply a valid telephone number and email address as all communication will be sent via email. *

The Chemical Operator is responsible for operating, maintaining, and troubleshooting chemical process equipment. Duties may include (not limited to):

  • Work 12 hours rotating shift (including weekends and holidays) and overtime.

  • Starts-up, operates, maintains and shuts-down equipment per operating procedures. Field operation of process equipment including vessels, valves, pumps, condensers, heat exchangers, related controls and instrumentation to keep the process operating at desired production levels. This includes making rounds, following check sheets, taking samples, and conducting periodic patrols of assigned equipment to regulate system pressures, temperatures, etc.

  • Safely monitoring the Control Room Process of the operations.

  • Load/unload, trucks, and other containers to manage raw material and product inventories.

  • Perform routine mechanical tasks and minor preventive maintenance such as taking oil samples, minor hand tool work for adjustments, opening flanges for clean out, preparing equipment by isolating, purging, cleaning, and locking out equipment.

  • Issue work orders, prepare job plans, and prep equipment to maintain equipment and facilities.

  • Review and revise job procedures, schedule work, manage overtime and personal time card on computer systems.

  • Train and assist other personnel as needed.

  • Operate various types of mobile equipment.

  • Participate in emergency response activities.

  • Exercise judgment and work independently and with others with minimal supervision. Keep supervision informed of issues in the area.

  • Know and adhere to safety, environmental and housekeeping responsibilities and rules.

  • Minimum Qualifications for Technician (Must Meet to be Consider for Interview*_)_

Must be 18 years of age

High School diploma or equivalent plus at least one of the following:

  • Two years of work experience in a chemical, mechanical or electrical process. This may include manufacturing, maintenance, electrical, and/or instrumentation experience or military equivalent experiences.

or

  • A two-year associate/technical degree. Prefer degree to be in manufacturing technology, maintenance, electronic, electrical, or engineering.

Selected candidates will need to provide copy of education transcripts.

  • Valid Driver’s License

  • Ability to work 12 hours rotating shifts (including weekends and holidays) and overtime, under various conditions including some outside work in all weather conditions

  • Preferred Work Keys Certification (Silver or greater)

o Demonstrated computer skills

o Demonstrated knowledge of math, the ability to understand trend charts and scale reading

o Demonstrated planning and problem-solving skills, along with the ability to self- manage and function as a team member of a diverse work team

o Ability to climb stairs and ladders, and work at elevated heights. Walk, stand, safely lift 50 pounds and wear various protective equipment, including donning an acid suit, during daily work schedule

o Demonstrated ability to use common hand tools, mechanical skills.

All hiring offers will be contingent upon a written assessment, a successful background check, physical fitness and medical evaluation including a negative drug test

Please apply on line at www.Chemours.com/careers

/Military Veterans are highly encouraged to apply /

/Chemours is an Equal Opportunity Employer/

//E-Verify Employer //

  • Chemical Operator US - NC – Fayetteville*

As we create a colorful, capable and cleaner world through chemistry, we invite you to join our team to harness the power of chemistry to shape markets, redefine industries and improve lives for billions of people around the world. If you want to work on the leading edge of your field and have a desire to make a difference, join Chemours and discover what it means when we say, “We Are Living Chemistry”. Our Fayetteville site is in eastern North Carolina in Bladen County. The job includes working a 12-hours shift rotation, safely operating and maintaining manufacturing processes in a team environment. Pay starting at $21.03.

Excellent Pay and Benefits. (Pay scale $21.03 - $31.42 – Progression Process

Applicants must apply on line at www.Chemours.com/careers select location Fayetteville * Chemical Operator* posting. *Candidates must supply a valid telephone number and email address as all communication will be sent via email. *

The Chemical Operator is responsible for operating, maintaining, and troubleshooting chemical process equipment. Duties may include (not limited to):

  • Work 12 hours rotating shift (including weekends and holidays) and overtime.

  • Starts-up, operates, maintains and shuts-down equipment per operating procedures. Field operation of process equipment including vessels, valves, pumps, condensers, heat exchangers, related controls and instrumentation to keep the process operating at desired production levels. This includes making rounds, following check sheets, taking samples, and conducting periodic patrols of assigned equipment to regulate system pressures, temperatures, etc.

  • Safely monitoring the Control Room Process of the operations.

  • Load/unload, trucks, and other containers to manage raw material and product inventories.

  • Perform routine mechanical tasks and minor preventive maintenance such as taking oil samples, minor hand tool work for adjustments, opening flanges for clean out, preparing equipment by isolating, purging, cleaning, and locking out equipment.

  • Issue work orders, prepare job plans, and prep equipment to maintain equipment and facilities.

  • Review and revise job procedures, schedule work, manage overtime and personal time card on computer systems.

  • Train and assist other personnel as needed.

  • Operate various types of mobile equipment.

  • Participate in emergency response activities.

  • Exercise judgment and work independently and with others with minimal supervision. Keep supervision informed of issues in the area.

  • Know and adhere to safety, environmental and housekeeping responsibilities and rules.

  • Minimum Qualifications for Technician (Must Meet to be Consider for Interview*_)_

Must be 18 years of age

High School diploma or equivalent plus at least one of the following:

  • Two years of work experience in a chemical, mechanical or electrical process. This may include manufacturing, maintenance, electrical, and/or instrumentation experience or military equivalent experiences.

or

  • A two-year associate/technical degree. Prefer degree to be in manufacturing technology, maintenance, electronic, electrical, or engineering.

Selected candidates will need to provide copy of education transcripts.

  • Valid Driver’s License

  • Ability to work 12 hours rotating shifts (including weekends and holidays) and overtime, under various conditions including some outside work in all weather conditions

  • Preferred Work Keys Certification (Silver or greater)

o Demonstrated computer skills

o Demonstrated knowledge of math, the ability to understand trend charts and scale reading

o Demonstrated planning and problem-solving skills, along with the ability to self- manage and function as a team member of a diverse work team

o Ability to climb stairs and ladders, and work at elevated heights. Walk, stand, safely lift 50 pounds and wear various protective equipment, including donning an acid suit, during daily work schedule

o Demonstrated ability to use common hand tools, mechanical skills.

All hiring offers will be contingent upon a written assessment, a successful background check, physical fitness and medical evaluation including a negative drug test

Please apply on line at www.Chemours.com/careers

/Military Veterans are highly encouraged to apply /

/Chemours is an Equal Opportunity Employer/

//E-Verify Employer //

  • Chemical Operator US - NC – Fayetteville*

As we create a colorful, capable and cleaner world through chemistry, we invite you to join our team to harness the power of chemistry to shape markets, redefine industries and improve lives for billions of people around the world. If you want to work on the leading edge of your field and have a desire to make a difference, join Chemours and discover what it means when we say, “We Are Living Chemistry”. Our Fayetteville site is in eastern North Carolina in Bladen County. The job includes working a 12-hours shift rotation, safely operating and maintaining manufacturing processes in a team environment. Pay starting at $21.03.

Excellent Pay and Benefits. (Pay scale $21.03 - $31.42 – Progression Process

Applicants must apply on line at www.Chemours.com/careers select location Fayetteville * Chemical Operator* posting. *Candidates must supply a valid telephone number and email address as all communication will be sent via email. *

The Chemical Operator is responsible for operating, maintaining, and troubleshooting chemical process equipment. Duties may include (not limited to):

  • Work 12 hours rotating shift (including weekends and holidays) and overtime.

  • Starts-up, operates, maintains and shuts-down equipment per operating procedures. Field operation of process equipment including vessels, valves, pumps, condensers, heat exchangers, related controls and instrumentation to keep the process operating at desired production levels. This includes making rounds, following check sheets, taking samples, and conducting periodic patrols of assigned equipment to regulate system pressures, temperatures, etc.

  • Safely monitoring the Control Room Process of the operations.

  • Load/unload, trucks, and other containers to manage raw material and product inventories.

  • Perform routine mechanical tasks and minor preventive maintenance such as taking oil samples, minor hand tool work for adjustments, opening flanges for clean out, preparing equipment by isolating, purging, cleaning, and locking out equipment.

  • Issue work orders, prepare job plans, and prep equipment to maintain equipment and facilities.

  • Review and revise job procedures, schedule work, manage overtime and personal time card on computer systems.

  • Train and assist other personnel as needed.

  • Operate various types of mobile equipment.

  • Participate in emergency response activities.

  • Exercise judgment and work independently and with others with minimal supervision. Keep supervision informed of issues in the area.

  • Know and adhere to safety, environmental and housekeeping responsibilities and rules.

  • Minimum Qualifications for Technician (Must Meet to be Consider for Interview*_)_

Must be 18 years of age

High School diploma or equivalent plus at least one of the following:

  • Two years of work experience in a chemical, mechanical or electrical process. This may include manufacturing, maintenance, electrical, and/or instrumentation experience or military equivalent experiences.

or

  • A two-year associate/technical degree. Prefer degree to be in manufacturing technology, maintenance, electronic, electrical, or engineering.

Selected candidates will need to provide copy of education transcripts.

  • Valid Driver’s License

  • Ability to work 12 hours rotating shifts (including weekends and holidays) and overtime, under various conditions including some outside work in all weather conditions

  • Preferred Work Keys Certification (Silver or greater)

o Demonstrated computer skills

o Demonstrated knowledge of math, the ability to understand trend charts and scale reading

o Demonstrated planning and problem-solving skills, along with the ability to self- manage and function as a team member of a diverse work team

o Ability to climb stairs and ladders, and work at elevated heights. Walk, stand, safely lift 50 pounds and wear various protective equipment, including donning an acid suit, during daily work schedule

o Demonstrated ability to use common hand tools, mechanical skills.

All hiring offers will be contingent upon a written assessment, a successful background check, physical fitness and medical evaluation including a negative drug test

Please apply on line at www.Chemours.com/careers

/Military Veterans are highly encouraged to apply /

/Chemours is an Equal Opportunity Employer/

//E-Verify Employer //

  • Chemical Operator US - NC – Fayetteville*

As we create a colorful, capable and cleaner world through chemistry, we invite you to join our team to harness the power of chemistry to shape markets, redefine industries and improve lives for billions of people around the world. If you want to work on the leading edge of your field and have a desire to make a difference, join Chemours and discover what it means when we say, “We Are Living Chemistry”. Our Fayetteville site is in eastern North Carolina in Bladen County. The job includes working a 12-hours shift rotation, safely operating and maintaining manufacturing processes in a team environment. Pay starting at $21.03.

Excellent Pay and Benefits. (Pay scale $21.03 - $31.42 – Progression Process

Applicants must apply on line at www.Chemours.com/careers select location Fayetteville * Chemical Operator* posting. *Candidates must supply a valid telephone number and email address as all communication will be sent via email. *

The Chemical Operator is responsible for operating, maintaining, and troubleshooting chemical process equipment. Duties may include (not limited to):

  • Work 12 hours rotating shift (including weekends and holidays) and overtime.

  • Starts-up, operates, maintains and shuts-down equipment per operating procedures. Field operation of process equipment including vessels, valves, pumps, condensers, heat exchangers, related controls and instrumentation to keep the process operating at desired production levels. This includes making rounds, following check sheets, taking samples, and conducting periodic patrols of assigned equipment to regulate system pressures, temperatures, etc.

  • Safely monitoring the Control Room Process of the operations.

  • Load/unload, trucks, and other containers to manage raw material and product inventories.

  • Perform routine mechanical tasks and minor preventive maintenance such as taking oil samples, minor hand tool work for adjustments, opening flanges for clean out, preparing equipment by isolating, purging, cleaning, and locking out equipment.

  • Issue work orders, prepare job plans, and prep equipment to maintain equipment and facilities.

  • Review and revise job procedures, schedule work, manage overtime and personal time card on computer systems.

  • Train and assist other personnel as needed.

  • Operate various types of mobile equipment.

  • Participate in emergency response activities.

  • Exercise judgment and work independently and with others with minimal supervision. Keep supervision informed of issues in the area.

  • Know and adhere to safety, environmental and housekeeping responsibilities and rules.

  • Minimum Qualifications for Technician (Must Meet to be Consider for Interview*_)_

Must be 18 years of age

High School diploma or equivalent plus at least one of the following:

  • Two years of work experience in a chemical, mechanical or electrical process. This may include manufacturing, maintenance, electrical, and/or instrumentation experience or military equivalent experiences.

or

  • A two-year associate/technical degree. Prefer degree to be in manufacturing technology, maintenance, electronic, electrical, or engineering.

Selected candidates will need to provide copy of education transcripts.

  • Valid Driver’s License

  • Ability to work 12 hours rotating shifts (including weekends and holidays) and overtime, under various conditions including some outside work in all weather conditions

  • Preferred Work Keys Certification (Silver or greater)

o Demonstrated computer skills

o Demonstrated knowledge of math, the ability to understand trend charts and scale reading

o Demonstrated planning and problem-solving skills, along with the ability to self- manage and function as a team member of a diverse work team

o Ability to climb stairs and ladders, and work at elevated heights. Walk, stand, safely lift 50 pounds and wear various protective equipment, including donning an acid suit, during daily work schedule

o Demonstrated ability to use common hand tools, mechanical skills.

All hiring offers will be contingent upon a written assessment, a successful background check, physical fitness and medical evaluation including a negative drug test

Please apply on line at www.Chemours.com/careers

/Military Veterans are highly encouraged to apply /

/Chemours is an Equal Opportunity Employer/

//E-Verify Employer //

  • Chemical Operator US - NC – Fayetteville*

As we create a colorful, capable and cleaner world through chemistry, we invite you to join our team to harness the power of chemistry to shape markets, redefine industries and improve lives for billions of people around the world. If you want to work on the leading edge of your field and have a desire to make a difference, join Chemours and discover what it means when we say, “We Are Living Chemistry”. Our Fayetteville site is in eastern North Carolina in Bladen County. The job includes working a 12-hours shift rotation, safely operating and maintaining manufacturing processes in a team environment. Pay starting at $21.03.

Excellent Pay and Benefits. (Pay scale $21.03 - $31.42 – Progression Process

Applicants must apply on line at www.Chemours.com/careers select location Fayetteville * Chemical Operator* posting. *Candidates must supply a valid telephone number and email address as all communication will be sent via email. *

The Chemical Operator is responsible for operating, maintaining, and troubleshooting chemical process equipment. Duties may include (not limited to):

  • Work 12 hours rotating shift (including weekends and holidays) and overtime.

  • Starts-up, operates, maintains and shuts-down equipment per operating procedures. Field operation of process equipment including vessels, valves, pumps, condensers, heat exchangers, related controls and instrumentation to keep the process operating at desired production levels. This includes making rounds, following check sheets, taking samples, and conducting periodic patrols of assigned equipment to regulate system pressures, temperatures, etc.

  • Safely monitoring the Control Room Process of the operations.

  • Load/unload, trucks, and other containers to manage raw material and product inventories.

  • Perform routine mechanical tasks and minor preventive maintenance such as taking oil samples, minor hand tool work for adjustments, opening flanges for clean out, preparing equipment by isolating, purging, cleaning, and locking out equipment.

  • Issue work orders, prepare job plans, and prep equipment to maintain equipment and facilities.

  • Review and revise job procedures, schedule work, manage overtime and personal time card on computer systems.

  • Train and assist other personnel as needed.

  • Operate various types of mobile equipment.

  • Participate in emergency response activities.

  • Exercise judgment and work independently and with others with minimal supervision. Keep supervision informed of issues in the area.

  • Know and adhere to safety, environmental and housekeeping responsibilities and rules.

  • Minimum Qualifications for Technician (Must Meet to be Consider for Interview*_)_

Must be 18 years of age

High School diploma or equivalent plus at least one of the following:

  • Two years of work experience in a chemical, mechanical or electrical process. This may include manufacturing, maintenance, electrical, and/or instrumentation experience or military equivalent experiences.

or

  • A two-year associate/technical degree. Prefer degree to be in manufacturing technology, maintenance, electronic, electrical, or engineering.

Selected candidates will need to provide copy of education transcripts.

  • Valid Driver’s License

  • Ability to work 12 hours rotating shifts (including weekends and holidays) and overtime, under various conditions including some outside work in all weather conditions

  • Preferred Work Keys Certification (Silver or greater)

o Demonstrated computer skills

o Demonstrated knowledge of math, the ability to understand trend charts and scale reading

o Demonstrated planning and problem-solving skills, along with the ability to self- manage and function as a team member of a diverse work team

o Ability to climb stairs and ladders, and work at elevated heights. Walk, stand, safely lift 50 pounds and wear various protective equipment, including donning an acid suit, during daily work schedule

o Demonstrated ability to use common hand tools, mechanical skills.

All hiring offers will be contingent upon a written assessment, a successful background check, physical fitness and medical evaluation including a negative drug test

Please apply on line at www.Chemours.com/careers

/Military Veterans are highly encouraged to apply /

/Chemours is an Equal Opportunity Employer/

//E-Verify Employer //

  • Chemical Operator US - NC – Fayetteville*

As we create a colorful, capable and cleaner world through chemistry, we invite you to join our team to harness the power of chemistry to shape markets, redefine industries and improve lives for billions of people around the world. If you want to work on the leading edge of your field and have a desire to make a difference, join Chemours and discover what it means when we say, “We Are Living Chemistry”. Our Fayetteville site is in eastern North Carolina in Bladen County. The job includes working a 12-hours shift rotation, safely operating and maintaining manufacturing processes in a team environment. Pay starting at $21.03.

Excellent Pay and Benefits. (Pay scale $21.03 - $31.42 – Progression Process

Applicants must apply on line at www.Chemours.com/careers select location Fayetteville * Chemical Operator* posting. *Candidates must supply a valid telephone number and email address as all communication will be sent via email. *

The Chemical Operator is responsible for operating, maintaining, and troubleshooting chemical process equipment. Duties may include (not limited to):

  • Work 12 hours rotating shift (including weekends and holidays) and overtime.

  • Starts-up, operates, maintains and shuts-down equipment per operating procedures. Field operation of process equipment including vessels, valves, pumps, condensers, heat exchangers, related controls and instrumentation to keep the process operating at desired production levels. This includes making rounds, following check sheets, taking samples, and conducting periodic patrols of assigned equipment to regulate system pressures, temperatures, etc.

  • Safely monitoring the Control Room Process of the operations.

  • Load/unload, trucks, and other containers to manage raw material and product inventories.

  • Perform routine mechanical tasks and minor preventive maintenance such as taking oil samples, minor hand tool work for adjustments, opening flanges for clean out, preparing equipment by isolating, purging, cleaning, and locking out equipment.

  • Issue work orders, prepare job plans, and prep equipment to maintain equipment and facilities.

  • Review and revise job procedures, schedule work, manage overtime and personal time card on computer systems.

  • Train and assist other personnel as needed.

  • Operate various types of mobile equipment.

  • Participate in emergency response activities.

  • Exercise judgment and work independently and with others with minimal supervision. Keep supervision informed of issues in the area.

  • Know and adhere to safety, environmental and housekeeping responsibilities and rules.

  • Minimum Qualifications for Technician (Must Meet to be Consider for Interview*_)_

Must be 18 years of age

High School diploma or equivalent plus at least one of the following:

  • Two years of work experience in a chemical, mechanical or electrical process. This may include manufacturing, maintenance, electrical, and/or instrumentation experience or military equivalent experiences.

or

  • A two-year associate/technical degree. Prefer degree to be in manufacturing technology, maintenance, electronic, electrical, or engineering.

Selected candidates will need to provide copy of education transcripts.

  • Valid Driver’s License

  • Ability to work 12 hours rotating shifts (including weekends and holidays) and overtime, under various conditions including some outside work in all weather conditions

  • Preferred Work Keys Certification (Silver or greater)

o Demonstrated computer skills

o Demonstrated knowledge of math, the ability to understand trend charts and scale reading

o Demonstrated planning and problem-solving skills, along with the ability to self- manage and function as a team member of a diverse work team

o Ability to climb stairs and ladders, and work at elevated heights. Walk, stand, safely lift 50 pounds and wear various protective equipment, including donning an acid suit, during daily work schedule

o Demonstrated ability to use common hand tools, mechanical skills.

All hiring offers will be contingent upon a written assessment, a successful background check, physical fitness and medical evaluation including a negative drug test

Please apply on line at www.Chemours.com/careers

/Military Veterans are highly encouraged to apply /

/Chemours is an Equal Opportunity Employer/

//E-Verify Employer //

  • Chemical Operator US - NC – Fayetteville*

As we create a colorful, capable and cleaner world through chemistry, we invite you to join our team to harness the power of chemistry to shape markets, redefine industries and improve lives for billions of people around the world. If you want to work on the leading edge of your field and have a desire to make a difference, join Chemours and discover what it means when we say, “We Are Living Chemistry”. Our Fayetteville site is in eastern North Carolina in Bladen County. The job includes working a 12-hours shift rotation, safely operating and maintaining manufacturing processes in a team environment. Pay starting at $21.03.

Excellent Pay and Benefits. (Pay scale $21.03 - $31.42 – Progression Process

Applicants must apply on line at www.Chemours.com/careers select location Fayetteville * Chemical Operator* posting. *Candidates must supply a valid telephone number and email address as all communication will be sent via email. *

The Chemical Operator is responsible for operating, maintaining, and troubleshooting chemical process equipment. Duties may include (not limited to):

  • Work 12 hours rotating shift (including weekends and holidays) and overtime.

  • Starts-up, operates, maintains and shuts-down equipment per operating procedures. Field operation of process equipment including vessels, valves, pumps, condensers, heat exchangers, related controls and instrumentation to keep the process operating at desired production levels. This includes making rounds, following check sheets, taking samples, and conducting periodic patrols of assigned equipment to regulate system pressures, temperatures, etc.

  • Safely monitoring the Control Room Process of the operations.

  • Load/unload, trucks, and other containers to manage raw material and product inventories.

  • Perform routine mechanical tasks and minor preventive maintenance such as taking oil samples, minor hand tool work for adjustments, opening flanges for clean out, preparing equipment by isolating, purging, cleaning, and locking out equipment.

  • Issue work orders, prepare job plans, and prep equipment to maintain equipment and facilities.

  • Review and revise job procedures, schedule work, manage overtime and personal time card on computer systems.

  • Train and assist other personnel as needed.

  • Operate various types of mobile equipment.

  • Participate in emergency response activities.

  • Exercise judgment and work independently and with others with minimal supervision. Keep supervision informed of issues in the area.

  • Know and adhere to safety, environmental and housekeeping responsibilities and rules.

  • Minimum Qualifications for Technician (Must Meet to be Consider for Interview*_)_

Must be 18 years of age

High School diploma or equivalent plus at least one of the following:

  • Two years of work experience in a chemical, mechanical or electrical process. This may include manufacturing, maintenance, electrical, and/or instrumentation experience or military equivalent experiences.

or

  • A two-year associate/technical degree. Prefer degree to be in manufacturing technology, maintenance, electronic, electrical, or engineering.

Selected candidates will need to provide copy of education transcripts.

  • Valid Driver’s License

  • Ability to work 12 hours rotating shifts (including weekends and holidays) and overtime, under various conditions including some outside work in all weather conditions

  • Preferred Work Keys Certification (Silver or greater)

o Demonstrated computer skills

o Demonstrated knowledge of math, the ability to understand trend charts and scale reading

o Demonstrated planning and problem-solving skills, along with the ability to self- manage and function as a team member of a diverse work team

o Ability to climb stairs and ladders, and work at elevated heights. Walk, stand, safely lift 50 pounds and wear various protective equipment, including donning an acid suit, during daily work schedule

o Demonstrated ability to use common hand tools, mechanical skills.

All hiring offers will be contingent upon a written assessment, a successful background check, physical fitness and medical evaluation including a negative drug test

Please apply on line at www.Chemours.com/careers

/Military Veterans are highly encouraged to apply /

/Chemours is an Equal Opportunity Employer/

//E-Verify Employer //

  • Chemical Operator US - NC – Fayetteville*

As we create a colorful, capable and cleaner world through chemistry, we invite you to join our team to harness the power of chemistry to shape markets, redefine industries and improve lives for billions of people around the world. If you want to work on the leading edge of your field and have a desire to make a difference, join Chemours and discover what it means when we say, “We Are Living Chemistry”. Our Fayetteville site is in eastern North Carolina in Bladen County. The job includes working a 12-hours shift rotation, safely operating and maintaining manufacturing processes in a team environment. Pay starting at $21.03.

Excellent Pay and Benefits. (Pay scale $21.03 - $31.42 – Progression Process

Applicants must apply on line at www.Chemours.com/careers select location Fayetteville * Chemical Operator* posting. *Candidates must supply a valid telephone number and email address as all communication will be sent via email. *

The Chemical Operator is responsible for operating, maintaining, and troubleshooting chemical process equipment. Duties may include (not limited to):

  • Work 12 hours rotating shift (including weekends and holidays) and overtime.

  • Starts-up, operates, maintains and shuts-down equipment per operating procedures. Field operation of process equipment including vessels, valves, pumps, condensers, heat exchangers, related controls and instrumentation to keep the process operating at desired production levels. This includes making rounds, following check sheets, taking samples, and conducting periodic patrols of assigned equipment to regulate system pressures, temperatures, etc.

  • Safely monitoring the Control Room Process of the operations.

  • Load/unload, trucks, and other containers to manage raw material and product inventories.

  • Perform routine mechanical tasks and minor preventive maintenance such as taking oil samples, minor hand tool work for adjustments, opening flanges for clean out, preparing equipment by isolating, purging, cleaning, and locking out equipment.

  • Issue work orders, prepare job plans, and prep equipment to maintain equipment and facilities.

  • Review and revise job procedures, schedule work, manage overtime and personal time card on computer systems.

  • Train and assist other personnel as needed.

  • Operate various types of mobile equipment.

  • Participate in emergency response activities.

  • Exercise judgment and work independently and with others with minimal supervision. Keep supervision informed of issues in the area.

  • Know and adhere to safety, environmental and housekeeping responsibilities and rules.

  • Minimum Qualifications for Technician (Must Meet to be Consider for Interview*_)_

Must be 18 years of age

High School diploma or equivalent plus at least one of the following:

  • Two years of work experience in a chemical, mechanical or electrical process. This may include manufacturing, maintenance, electrical, and/or instrumentation experience or military equivalent experiences.

or

  • A two-year associate/technical degree. Prefer degree to be in manufacturing technology, maintenance, electronic, electrical, or engineering.

Selected candidates will need to provide copy of education transcripts.

  • Valid Driver’s License

  • Ability to work 12 hours rotating shifts (including weekends and holidays) and overtime, under various conditions including some outside work in all weather conditions

  • Preferred Work Keys Certification (Silver or greater)

o Demonstrated computer skills

o Demonstrated knowledge of math, the ability to understand trend charts and scale reading

o Demonstrated planning and problem-solving skills, along with the ability to self- manage and function as a team member of a diverse work team

o Ability to climb stairs and ladders, and work at elevated heights. Walk, stand, safely lift 50 pounds and wear various protective equipment, including donning an acid suit, during daily work schedule

o Demonstrated ability to use common hand tools, mechanical skills.

All hiring offers will be contingent upon a written assessment, a successful background check, physical fitness and medical evaluation including a negative drug test

Please apply on line at www.Chemours.com/careers

/Military Veterans are highly encouraged to apply /

/Chemours is an Equal Opportunity Employer/

//E-Verify Employer //

  • Chemical Operator US - NC – Fayetteville*

As we create a colorful, capable and cleaner world through chemistry, we invite you to join our team to harness the power of chemistry to shape markets, redefine industries and improve lives for billions of people around the world. If you want to work on the leading edge of your field and have a desire to make a difference, join Chemours and discover what it means when we say, “We Are Living Chemistry”. Our Fayetteville site is in eastern North Carolina in Bladen County. The job includes working a 12-hours shift rotation, safely operating and maintaining manufacturing processes in a team environment. Pay starting at $21.03.

Excellent Pay and Benefits. (Pay scale $21.03 - $31.42 – Progression Process

Applicants must apply on line at www.Chemours.com/careers select location Fayetteville * Chemical Operator* posting. *Candidates must supply a valid telephone number and email address as all communication will be sent via email. *

The Chemical Operator is responsible for operating, maintaining, and troubleshooting chemical process equipment. Duties may include (not limited to):

  • Work 12 hours rotating shift (including weekends and holidays) and overtime.

  • Starts-up, operates, maintains and shuts-down equipment per operating procedures. Field operation of process equipment including vessels, valves, pumps, condensers, heat exchangers, related controls and instrumentation to keep the process operating at desired production levels. This includes making rounds, following check sheets, taking samples, and conducting periodic patrols of assigned equipment to regulate system pressures, temperatures, etc.

  • Safely monitoring the Control Room Process of the operations.

  • Load/unload, trucks, and other containers to manage raw material and product inventories.

  • Perform routine mechanical tasks and minor preventive maintenance such as taking oil samples, minor hand tool work for adjustments, opening flanges for clean out, preparing equipment by isolating, purging, cleaning, and locking out equipment.

  • Issue work orders, prepare job plans, and prep equipment to maintain equipment and facilities.

  • Review and revise job procedures, schedule work, manage overtime and personal time card on computer systems.

  • Train and assist other personnel as needed.

  • Operate various types of mobile equipment.

  • Participate in emergency response activities.

  • Exercise judgment and work independently and with others with minimal supervision. Keep supervision informed of issues in the area.

  • Know and adhere to safety, environmental and housekeeping responsibilities and rules.

  • Minimum Qualifications for Technician (Must Meet to be Consider for Interview*_)_

Must be 18 years of age

High School diploma or equivalent plus at least one of the following:

  • Two years of work experience in a chemical, mechanical or electrical process. This may include manufacturing, maintenance, electrical, and/or instrumentation experience or military equivalent experiences.

or

  • A two-year associate/technical degree. Prefer degree to be in manufacturing technology, maintenance, electronic, electrical, or engineering.

Selected candidates will need to provide copy of education transcripts.

  • Valid Driver’s License

  • Ability to work 12 hours rotating shifts (including weekends and holidays) and overtime, under various conditions including some outside work in all weather conditions

  • Preferred Work Keys Certification (Silver or greater)

o Demonstrated computer skills

o Demonstrated knowledge of math, the ability to understand trend charts and scale reading

o Demonstrated planning and problem-solving skills, along with the ability to self- manage and function as a team member of a diverse work team

o Ability to climb stairs and ladders, and work at elevated heights. Walk, stand, safely lift 50 pounds and wear various protective equipment, including donning an acid suit, during daily work schedule

o Demonstrated ability to use common hand tools, mechanical skills.

All hiring offers will be contingent upon a written assessment, a successful background check, physical fitness and medical evaluation including a negative drug test

Please apply on line at www.Chemours.com/careers

/Military Veterans are highly encouraged to apply /

/Chemours is an Equal Opportunity Employer/

//E-Verify Employer //