This personnel is responsible for preparing specific chemicals for relevant applications. He/She is tasked with creating, reviewing, submitting, and completing the chemical recipes needed to accomplish the production schedules. He/She ensures compliance with all health, safety, and government regulatory requirements.
Also, he/she supports the production team in addressing issues associated with the chemicals. Additionally, he/she addresses any potential equipment or batching process issues that may affect the established schedule. Besides that, he/she recommends procedural and process improvements to meet the plant's production and quality goals.
Employers require either a high school diploma or an associate's degree with production experience. Applicants must be an expert in Microsoft Office. You must possess communication, problem-solving, organization, and time management skills. You must also be self-motivated with the ability to work on an independent basis. Chemical operations specialists make an average income of $50,833 per annum. This ranges from $30,000 to $85,000.