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Merrill-Crowe Operator

The Merrill-Crowe Operator is responsible for the operation of plant that consists of cleaning filter presses, work area inspections, pond management, optimizing plant parameters within the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and adjust when needed to achieve goals as determined by the organization. Completes tasks assigned by Process Plant Supervisor, Chief Metallurgist or Process Manager.
Responsibilities:
Performs the day to day operation of activities including work area inspection.
Monitors PSI, Flows and reports any plant deficiencies to the Plant Supervisor
Ability to troubleshoot deficiencies and address within scope of skill set.
Cautiousness of hazards such as chemical and report any spills and take precautions to mitigate or eliminate self-exposure.
Assist in refinery operations that include pouring, shoveling precipitate and conducting rounds as required.
Ability to operate Carbon Columns that includes taking samples, maintain flows, maintain carbon levels.
Recognize and add reagents as needed and seek clarification as needed.
Ability to safely operate a forklift.
Effective communication skills, as well as interpersonal, problem solving, basic math skills to perform routine calculations and recognize, correct and inform others when quality control is out of range.
Requirements:
Minimum of six (6) months operating a Merrill-Crowe in the mining industry is preferred.
Ability to work with minimal supervision, follow instructions and provide feedback required.
Demonstrated ability to perform the essential functions of this job required.
Proven experience handling multiple projects as assigned while maintaining production goals.
Organized with attention detail and ability to recognize concerns or issues related to safety, environmentally and operationally.
Proven ability to work effectively with others, with an excellent safety and attendance record required.
Ability to occasionally lift 55 pounds.

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