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. 

Job Opportunities

  • 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.

We are an equal opportunity employer

Job Title: Chemical/Production Engineer
Department: Chlorination/Distillation/Wastewater
Reports to: Director of Chlorosilanes
Effective Date: 5/2021

Job Summary:
The Chemical/Production Engineer supports all production related activities by developing and implementing ideas that result in improved performance in safety/environmental, quality, production cost control, material yield and process operability. The Production Engineer will fill in as department manager when needed.

• Monitor process performance and identify process control and quality control problems and develop implement ideas for eliminating problems, reducing cost, improving operability and yield
• Maintain a safe work practices and make all reasonable efforts to comply with PSM and all other company policies and regulations affecting the safety and health of our employees and the environment
• Provide technical support for preparation, startup and optimization of new or revised production processes
• Assist in the development and future revision to Standard Operating Procedures and ensure compliance
• Communicate regularly and openly with operators, technical support and management to report or resolve conditions affecting safety, quality, environmental or efficiency of the unit.
• Provide training to production personnel as required
• Other duties as assigned

Required Skills/Abilities:
• Proven ability to use communication skills to build relationship with process operators
• Excellent time management skills with an ability to meet deadlines
• Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
• Solid understanding of engineering science/chemical processes
• Understanding of safety and environmental compliance as well as general knowledge of ISO 9001 and 14001 standards
• Ability to function well in a high-paced and at times stressful environment
• Ability to gain trust and commitment from all levels of the organization to effectively run day to day operations
• Applied knowledge of analytical chemistry techniques
• Demonstrated ability to solve highly technical problems
• Some travel required ~ 10% (internationally & domestically)
• Direct experience with the use of spreadsheet and database software to compile, analyze, and present data
• Familiarity with process improvement methodologies (Six Sigma, lean manufacturing)
• Ability to execute tasks with minimal oversight
• Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite specifically Word and Excel
• Familiarity with CAD and SAP

Education and Experience:
• Bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering
• Masters’ Degree in chemical engineering a plus
• Four+ years’ experience in a production, research or design environment; or an equivalent of education and experience
• Professional Engineer License a plus

Physical Requirements:
• Exerting up to 20 lbs. of force to move objects
• Occasionally climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, reaching, standing, pushing, pulling, lifting, fingering, grasping, feeling
• Frequent walking, talking and hearing
• The work environment will include indoor and outdoor conditions with temperatures ranging from 32 degrees F to 100 degrees F, high noise levels, mechanical parts and electrical current, high places, and process chemicals, including vapors and mist
• Ability to wear Personal Protective Equipment including hard hat, ear plugs, safety glasses/goggles, gloves, protective suiting, face shields and respiratory protection

Job Title: Finishing Operator
Department: Finishing
Reports to: Director of Polysilicon Production
Effective Date: 5/2021

Job Summary:
The Finishing Operator works in a high production rate environment processing polysilicon final product while exhibiting a high level of commitment to maintaining company safety and quality standards.
• Size, sort and visually check small, sharp, rock-like pieces for defects within different customer specifications
• Set up tooling and measurements for cutting, grinding and drilling product
• Operating drill press machine for coring samples, drilling holes into bridges and samples
• Collect readings on instruments and equipment such as level, pressure, temperature, pH, flow, etc.
• Evaluate the logistics of material flow through the building and specific process areas to ensure operational efficiency
• Ensuring safe work practices by identifying different energy sources and performing lock outs as needed
• Maintain record of seed/bridge production, including lot numbers, quantities and seed lengths.
• Maintain product and supply inventories
• Data entry and retrieval from MS office (Word and Excel) and the use of computer software including DCS, AsoenTech, LabelStation
• Additional duties as assigned

Required Skills/Abilities:
• Ability to learn and perform repair tasks on equipment
• Understanding of the basic concepts of cause and effect on equipment in the operating area
• Forklift and/or scissor lift experience
• Proficiency in using calipers, tape measure, rulers, etc. for measuring and checking finished work
• Basic math such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, percentage and average calculations
• Ability to work in inclement weather
• Ability to work weekends and holidays as needed

Education and Experience:
High School Diploma or equivalent; further education and certifications such as Chemical Operator, ISO 9001 and/or 14001 are preferred

Physical Requirements:
• Ability to climb ladders and work up to 40 feet in the air inside confined spaces while wearing PPE
• Wear Personal Protective Equipment in order to work around acid fumes/liquids, sharp objects, and hot equipment
• Ability to work 12 hour shifts with large portions of time within a set area
• Ability to stoop and bend to floor level and squat to access and operate valves
• Ability to lift 45 lbs. from ground to above waist level
• Ability to carry 25 lbs. (while bending and twisting) through four distinct movements as well as handing ling sharp scrap material and transporting buckets up to 50 lbs.
• Push/pull/maneuver approximately 1,500 lb. 4 wheeled carts


Job Title: Purchasing Coordinator
Department: Accounting
Reports to: Purchasing Manager
Effective Date: June 2021

Essential Duties/Responsibilities:
• Coordinate the order and delivery of all materials within the company’s supply chain
• Negotiate prices with non-quality critical chemicals and solvents
• Create purchase orders based on current material need and work orders
• Maintains the upkeep on all company owned vehicles
• Coordinates repairs for company forklifts
• Perform vendor audits and well as internal audits of chemical supplies
• Serve as point of contact for all internal company purchasing needs
• Ensures Completes weekly purchasing report
• Processes invoices for payment

Additional Duties/Responsibilities:
• Scan purchase order documents into Docuware
• Serve as Assembly Area Coordinator and Inventory Control Specialist back up
• Assist with Purchasing Manger duties in their absence
• Other related duties as assigned

Required Skills/Abilities:
• Sound interpersonal and communication skills, both verbal and written
• Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
• Excellent time management skills with a proven ability to multitask and meet deadlines
• Strong analytical, decision-making, and negotiation skills
• Ability to build and maintain relationships with clients and vendors
• Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite tools and other software as required
• Ability to function well in a high-paced and at times stressful environment
• Knowledge of SAP Business System (Materia Management/Plant Maintenance Modules)

Education and Experience:
Bachelor’s Degree in related field and 3-5 years of experience; or a combination of education and work experience.

Physical Requirements:
Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working at a computer.
Must be able to lift up to 15 pounds at times.

or by mailing to:

Mitsubishi Polysilicon
Attention: Human Resources
7800 Mitsubishi Lane
Theodore, AL 36582  

Mitsubishi Polysilicon is an Equal Opportunity Employer