Process Engineer

Location: Paul, Idaho
Type: Full Time
Min. Experience: 5

Job Description

Process Engineer
The Amalgamated Sugar Company LLC – Paul, Idaho

The Amalgamated Sugar Company LLC is seeking a Process Engineer at our Mini Cassia factory in Paul, ID with experience with Process Engineering systems in the manufacturing environment and a working knowledge of all current Engineering design, maintenance, production, process and manufacturing practices. This person reports directly to the Plant Manager and works with Corporate Engineering and Tech services as well.

This position is responsible for assisting in the development, management and communication of the company’s Production Plan, Syrup Movement Plan and Granulated Sugar Plan, monitoring the factory production operations in accordance with Operating Instructions, company polices and the Collective Bargaining Agreement as well as identifying operating problems and coordinating with Plant Management in developing and implementing continuous improvement solutions. The Process Engineer will become the Technical expert in processes for the manufacturer of Sugar and by-products. They will be responsible for helping maintain control, capacity and extraction at optimum levels.

Additionally, this position provides technical assistance in new equipment design, installation and commissioning. Also assists in developing Capital and extra-ordinary Maintenance budgets and proper account allocation, helps maintain database history, performs technical studies and resolves issues with outside agencies such as Fire, Police, News Media, Utilities, Idaho Department of Environmental Quality, Food and Drug Administration and EPA in the absence of Plant Management. They will also be responsible for Process Hazzard Analysis (PHA’s) of current and future Processes.

The Amalgamated Sugar Company LLC is built on innovation and is a proud leader in the sugar industry and that can only happen with the best people. Qualified candidates need to be dynamic and have the ability to work successfully in a fluid environment.

Job Requirements

• Bachelor degree in Engineering required – Chemical preferred;
• 5 years’ experience in related field preferred;
• Or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides required knowledge, skills and abilities.
• Considerable experience in processing systems in a manufacturing environment and current Engineering design practices.
• Considerable knowledge and experience with Energy and mass balances.