The Primary Chemical Process Safety Coordinator (CPS) will serve as the CPS Compliance System Owner for the Crossett facility. This person will coordinate the establishment of site-specific CPS procedures and guidelines for the required CPS program elements as well as monitor the compliance status of these guidelines and elements.
The CPS Coordinator will ensure that all required internal assessments are conducted, manage the Management of Change (MOC) process; either be or become a PHA Leader (process hazardous analysis), understand the requirements of the required Mechanical Integrity program etc. The CPS Coordinator will maintain a tracking system for all open CPS action items to ensure timely resolution and provide overall support to the operation (covered processes) and maintenance areas affected by the CPS standard.
A Bachelors Degree in Chemical, Electrical or Mechanical Engineering is preferred. Work experience could mitigate this requirement.
Three to five years working as a CPS Coordinator or exposure to managing/involvement in the overall CPS Program at a manufacturing facility. Excellent people skills and a strong work ethic are essential.
The candidate will preferably have a strong understanding of PSM and General Duty covered processes associated with the Pulp & Paper industry. Knowledge of Mechanical Integrity requirements is essential. The candidate must be be able to handle multiple tasks, be able to work with others, lead PHA meetings etc. Have the ability to suggest and provide analytical suggestions / solutions to ongoing elements associated with CPS.
Key attributes include (1) sense of urgency (2) team work (3) communication (4) Influencing & building relationships (5) Leading w/ courage.
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