Process Engineering Manager

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Our client is a privately held, secondary lead-smelting company that operates lead-acid battery recycling facilities in three locations throughout the United States. A unionized company, they are extremely focused on protecting the environment. Because the firm employs state-of-the-art technology and a highly skilled workforce, they can readily assure that the lead-acid batteries are recycled into refined lead without any harm to the environment, employees or communities. Our client is proud to be part of their industry, and prouder, still, to lead the effort in making other industry members even more environmentally aware.
Process Engineering Manager
Middletown, New York
In this essential role, you will oversee the crystallizer facility and all associated equipment to ensure sodium-sulfate solution provided by the scrubber is processed by producing anhydrous sodium-sulfate crystals and recyclable condensate, all within environmental guidelines and product specifications. As Process Engineering Manager, you will supervise 12 reports who work in three different shifts.

To qualify, you should hold a Bachelor's degree in Chemistry or Chemical Engineering and possess 10 years of experience that includes 5 years of crystallization and 3 or more years in a management/leadership capacity. Hot, not cold, processing is required. Candidates with forced circulation mechanical vapor recompression experience will receive immediate consideration
Working with our client, you'll be rewarded with a competitive salary, and an attractive benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, paid vacations, holidays and personal days off. You'll also thrive in an atmosphere that is union friendly and takes care of its workers.
Come lead our team and be a part of something GREAT. Please send your resume to TODAY for immediate consideration.
Our Client is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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