Mitsubishi Polycrystalline Silicon America Corporation
A manufacturer's success is dependent on the quality of its available resources. As an industry leader, Mitsubishi Polysilicon understands that the most crucial resource for our success is our human capital. We conduct our business in an ethical and professional manner and emulate a culture of upmost integrity and respectfulness.
We improve our capabilities by offering continuous learning opportunities and consistently seeking new ways to cultivate a growth-oriented atmosphere for our employees. Ours is an environment that builds team work, encourages the sharing of information and provides for open communications at all levels of the organization.
At Mitsubishi Polysilicon, we are committed to our employees and our customers. We work to facilitate the best possible solutions for our customers, and the most comprehensive and competitive compensation and benefit programs for our employees.
- Chemical Operators: Our chemical operators work in roles ranging from traditional chemical and control board operations to final inspection processors, ensuring we meet our customers’ ultra-high purity requirements.
- Lab Technicians: Every step in the manufacturing process is quality-controlled and utilizes precision measuring instruments such as GC, UV-VIS and ICP-AES. Our final product is analyzed for purity using FT-IR, PL, GFAA, and ICP-MS. To ensure strict compliance with quality specifications, we use the FZ (floating zone) method to duplicate each customer’s unique process of single crystallization.
- Engineering: By introducing new processes and equipment through the application of dynamic developments, we work to continuously improve our technology and meet ever changing customer needs. Primarily, we utilize Mechanical, Electrical and Chemical engineers to accomplish these technical improvements
- Support Staff: We employ a wide range of supporting staff roles which include; quality assurance, customer logistics, safety and environmental, accounting, purchasing, information technology, human resources and administrative support.
CURRENT JOB OPENINGS
Mitsubishi Polysilicon Position Announcement
This position will drive continuous improvement and compliance with the plant’s Safety and Environmental Management Systems through influence, training, interaction, audits and follow-up. This role will design and implement workplace processes and procedures to protect employees from potentially hazardous work conditions while also proactively developing new ways to operate safely and with less environmental impact. The successful candidate will be able to speak with authority and knowledge regarding OSHA and NFPA standards, as well as DOT, ADEM and EPA compliance.
Specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to: visit and observe field operations on a daily basis; respond to and remediate all safety and/or environmental concerns, releases or spills; maintain databases for all regulatory training; perform periodic inspections of safety and environmental equipment; prepare and develop monthly safety and environmental computer based training modules; investigate incidents to identify root cause and determine subsequent corrective and preventative actions; conduct audits on plant-wide safety programs such as LOTO, confined space entry, fire protection, safe work permits and other OSHA safety compliance programs; maintain RCRA and CERCLA documents, as well as other EPA and ADEM compliance programs.
Bachelor’s degree in Sciences, Engineering, Safety or Environmental field is required. A minimum of three years chemical plant experience in a safety and/or environmental role is preferred. ERT (EMT, Fire Brigade, HazMat) experience is desired. Understanding of Process Safety Management and or the ability to conduct Process Safety Analysis is also preferred. Having the skills to effectively communicate complex safety, manufacturing and technical information is necessary to ensure effective knowledge to skill transfer. Strong problem solving skills and demonstrated ability in exercising independent judgement and decision making is essential. Knowledge of federal, state and local safety regulations, protocols and procedures is
also important. The successful candidate must be able to lift 50 pounds and climb stairs/ladders.
The successful candidate must have the disposition to aptly interface with a diverse group of individuals. A demonstrated commitment to safety and quality is mandatory. The individual must exhibit personal leadership skills and a high level of thoroughness and follow through. The ability to react calmly and effectively in emergency situations is crucial. A willingness and desire to contribute to the success of others and the company as a whole is essential.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please email email@example.com
This position will drive continuous improvement by implementing and tracking process improvements for manufacturing and purifying chlorosilanes (chlorosilane reaction, distillation, conversion, and infrastructure) whereby improving throughput, cost, quality and EHS. The Process Engineer will also work with production operators and maintenance to ensure safe and efficient operations. The successful candidate will be able to speak with authority and knowledge about the integrated production network of our polysilicon infrastructure.
Specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to: technical deputy of team members in CDW group; analyzing and evaluating deviations in the production process and equipment and recommending remediation measures for same; planning, monitoring and coordinating pilot production projects in collaboration with the Production and Engineering departments; developing improved processes for manufacturing and purifying chlorosilanes as well as corresponding infrastructure; exerting influence on others not directly subordinate to this role on technical aspects, ensuring effective communication and timely implementation of improvements/repairs.
Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering is required. Minimum experience of five years in a chemical manufacturing process is preferred. Having the skills to effectively communicate complex safety, manufacturing and technical information is necessary to ensure effective knowledge to skill transfer. Strong problem solving skills and demonstrated ability in exercising independent judgement and decision making is essential. Process modeling (ASPEN) is a plus. Chlorination/Distillation/WWTP experience is also preferred.
The successful candidate must have the disposition to aptly interface with a diverse group of individuals. A demonstrated commitment to safety and quality is mandatory. The individual must exhibit personal leadership skills and a high level of thoroughness and follow through. A willingness and desire to contribute to the success of others and the department as a whole is essential.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are an equal opportunity employer
If you have interest in employment with our Company, you can submit your resume by completing the online form below:
or by mailing to:
Attention: Human Resources
7800 Mitsubishi Lane
Theodore, AL 36582
Mitsubishi Polysilicon is an Equal Opportunity Employer