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|Experience: 2 years
|Relocation: Yes - Internationally
|My current objective is to make a success of my employment at Chevron, while also obtaining my Degree in Chemical Engineering.I also would like to enhance my knowledge of the engineering industry and explore the various avenues of the industry.
|01/02/07 - current Chevron Oil Refinery
Chemical Process Operator
Ensuring the production of a petroleum product that meets design specifications
Co-coordinating complex plant shutdown/start-up procedures
Troubleshooting and Problem Solving when challenges occur
Testing and routine work in the laboratory
General Maintenance analysis on equipment
Successfully completed competency qualifications on:
Amine treating unit
Sulphur recovery unit
Ability to complete technical assignments e.g. pump and heat exchanger surveys, technical unit analysis/optimization/balances
Proficient in Microsoft Office, Technical drawings [Solid Edge] and process modeling software (VBA)
Working and technical knowledge of Crude and Vacuum Distillation Units, as well as Boilers and Utilities Plants
Awareness of safety in the workplace
Consulting and collaborating with engineers and different departments
Understanding of chemical processes in the chemical industry
Understanding and experience of marketing strategies and techniques
|Currently completing the last 2 subjects via correspondence to obtain a Batchelors degree in Chemical Engineering
National Diploma: Chemical Engineering Technology.
2005-2008 Cape Peninsula University of Technology
Received full bursary to South African College High School
Completed matric at South African College High School
B aggregate obtained [with exemption]
Permit to Work
Operational Excellence Certification
Senior Process Operator
|Volunteer Experience Worked with Habitat for Humanity in the rural areas, building houses for disadvantaged people in 2000.
Currently working with Nazareth House school for mentally disabled children