Hashimy Group of Comapnies 1,Great Massoud Avenue,Khwaja Rawash,Kabul, Kabul, Afghanistan
Oct 15, 2017Full time
Job Description: Role Toothpaste chemical engineer's job responsibilities include research, product development, management as well as helping to design the elements of the manufacturing process. The toothpaste chemical engineer may be called on to conduct product testing and organize the input of other team members. Responsibility Chemical engineers have to plan production activities, production meetings, machine maintaining schedules, worker schedules and budget maintenance schedules and quality of products. The whole industrial production has to be managed by chemical engineer, or they have to take care of all the features associated with a particular plant department. The safety measures have to be followed. If there are any quality related issues, the chemical engineers have to find out the reason and ensure that it is not repeated. A chemical engineer has to collaborate and meet with other managers. Ensure that receiving and shipping schedules are followed accurately. See to it that the workers always abide by the safety rules associated with the industry. They need to attend the scheduled corporate meetings and training. Conduct performance reviews of employees. Working closely with process chemists and control engineers to ensure the process plant is set up to provide maximum output levels and efficient running of the production facility. Designing plant and equipment configuration so that they can be readily adapted to suit the product range and the process technologies involved, taking environmental and economic aspects into account. Setting up scale-up and scale-down processes including appropriate changes to equipment design and configuration. Assessing options for plant expansion or reconfiguration by developing and testing process simulation models. Designing, installing and commissioning new production plants, including monitoring developments and troubleshooting. Optimizing production by analyzing processes and compiling de-bottleneck studies. Applying new technologies. Researching new products from trial through to commercialization and improving product lines. Ensuring that potential safety issues related to the project operator, the environment, the process and the product are considered at all stages.