Operations Engineer (Water System)

Location Singapore
Discipline Engineering
Job Reference BBBH106451_1637320428
Salary S$3500 - S$4500 per month + AWS + VB
Consultant Name Teh Hui Tian, Zoe
Consultant Email zoe.teh@manpower.com.sg
Consultant Contact No. 6232 5252
EA License No. 02C3423
Consultant Registration No. R2089915

Job Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for the smooth operations of key support systems such as Deionized water system, scrubbers, and vent header.
  • Participate in the commissioning and start-up of water systems as and when required.
  • Implement and monitor robust preventive measures for key support systems.
  • Provide continuous improvement of the manufacturing processes
  • Investigate and troubleshoot findings on both quality and EHS related issues.
  • Develop Standard Operating Procedures related to the key support systems.
  • Participate in the execution of the annual shut down maintenance activities.
  • Be the subject matter expert and system owner for key support system. Present the system to external and internal auditors.
  • Collaborate with cross functions to support manufacturing operations.

Job Requirements:

  • Degree in Engineering, preferably in Chemical Engineering
  • 2 to 3 years' experience in a relevant manufacturing environment with knowledge of water system.
  • Demonstrated ability to lead people or processes
  • Basic functional and technical knowledge of the discipline
  • Good organization skills and attention to detail

Teh Hui Tian, Zoe EA License No. 02C3423 Personnel Registration No. R2089915

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