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    What Does a Process Operator: Refinery, Chemical & Liquid Processes Do?

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    Talib Al_Munawri
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    What Does a Process Operator: Refinery, Chemical & Liquid Processes Do?

    Post by Talib Al_Munawri on Sun Sep 13, 2009 12:54 am

    What Does a Process Operator: Refinery, Chemical & Liquid Processes Do?



    A Process Operator: Refinery, Chemical & Liquid processes operates, monitors,
    adjusts and maintains processing units and equipment generally for
    manufacturing companies.

    Job -Related Skills, Interests and Values


    •learning about and performing operator duties, outside or in a control room

    •operating electronic or computerized control panels

    •reading a variety of instruments to gauge pressure, flow, level, concentration, density etc.

    •acquiring solid knowledge of chemistry and chemical reactions

    •adjusting equipment, valves, pumps and controls as well as process equipment

    •monitoring outside process equipment

    •sampling, testing and preparing written documents on maintenance as well as process operations

    •troubleshooting process operations

    •communicating effectively with co-workers and supervisors

    •working independently or as a member of a team on a variety of different projects and tasks



    What’s Your Future as Process Operator?


    Process Operators usually work full-time, sometimes shift-work, often with
    benefits, for companies involved in the following manufacturing processes:

    Petroleum
    Petro-Chemical
    Gas Producing
    Industrial
    Agricultural
    Pharmaceutical



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    Ask Yourself: Is Working as a Process Operator: Refinery, Chemical & Liquid
    Processes for You?





    If you answered Yes to most of these questions, a career as a Process Operator
    may be for you!

    You may also want to explore other careers that require similar interests an skills, such as:

    Chemical Engineer

    Stationary Engineer

    Quality Control/Testing

    Instrumentation Mechanic




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