webJobs Copyright 2008, Web Scribble Solutions, Inc. All Rights Reserved. webJobs: Job board software Job board software Job script
This job has expired and you can't apply for it anymore. Start a new search.
Company Name:
Approximate Salary:
Muscatine, Iowa
United States
Job Categories:
Process Safety Management
Industry Segments:
Experience level:
6-10 years
Education level:
Bachelor's Degree

Process Safety Engineer

If you are looking for that opportunity to enhance your PSM experience and a great location for family living, with great schools and a thriving community, here it is!

This Process Safety Engineer will be responsible for expanding and upgrading the current PSM program at this large, state-of-the-art chemical plant. There they utilize a variety of processes including dry milling, wet milling, distillation and fermentation. This person will have oversight of the entire PSM program which goes above and beyond current State and Federal requirements. A few of the priorities will be upgrading Management of Change procedures and upgrading the overall plant PHA program. Other day-to-day responsibilities include supervision of PHA calculations, leading Process Hazard Analysis reviews, Dust Hazard Analysis reviews, PSM incident investigations, Mechanical Integrity programs and overseeing standard operating programs. Our client has developed a reputation for creating a positive work environment and retaining employees. This position is only open due to a pending retirement. They offer relocation assistance, a generous benefits package and a 10-15% addition to 401k contributions.

Minimum Requirements:

    • B.S. Chemical, Mechanical or Agriculture Engineering degree
    • 5+ yrs. Experience out of any PSM regulated production environment
    • 3+ yrs. of extensive experience with PSM fundamentals, PSM software, PSM incident investigations, and PSM Management of Change Procedures
    • Experience with the following skills would be ideal though not required: process knowledge of chemical and milling processes, NFPA 652, and HAZOP oversight experience