Site Energy Leader - Selkirk, NY/ Albany NY area (to $107K)

Site Energy Leader - Selkirk, NY (to $107K)
Are you a self-motivated engineer who can work independently to reliably deliver results? Do you have a proven record of accomplishments in a chemical manufacturing and/or extrusion work environment? Our client is looking for a Site Energy Leader to lead site energy and sustainability strategy and execute projects that deliver improvements in energy usage and meet sustainability goals.

Ranked among the world's largest petrochemical manufacturers, our client has operations in over 40 countries with a global workforce of over 40,000 talented individuals. Because they are constantly looking to the future, they invest heavily in Technology and Innovation (T&I). Innovation is the driving force in everything they do. These innovations strengthen their technical know-how and give them a vital competitive edge, allowing their customers to improve the quality and sustainability of their products.
Our client brings together unparalleled capabilities:
o Ingenuity as their lifeblood
o A passion for collaborative working
o A legacy of creating innovative applications
o Depth and scale of activities
This is a full-time position paying $62,000-107,000 and offering a full benefits package including an incentive bonus, full medical/dental, 401K, tuition assistance, free health club, and professional advancement opportunities.
All applications to this position will be kept strictly confidential.
Responsibilities include:
Work with Global Energy Team to ensure site strategy is in line with Company sustainability targets. Retrieve and organize plant data to input into site energy footprint. Report metrics to site leaders and Global Energy Leader. Update site energy model/transfer functions to enable accurate forecasting for the site operating budget. Site point of contact for external energy rebate granting agencies (e.g. NYSERDA, local energy Supply Company) - 50%
Identify and execute energy usage improvement and sustainability projects, engineering studies, and plant trials to meet current year objectives as well as multi-year plans. Manage and implement process engineering deliverables for projects, ensuring sound safety and engineering principles are applied. - 40%
Provide technical support for advanced troubleshooting of plant issues and implement corrective actions. - 10%

This position requires expertise in Energy Management (including heat and mass balances) and Process Engineering. Engineering disciplines will include but are not limited to: reaction kinetics/chemistry, fluid flow including powder transfer, heat transfer, distillation, centrifugation and separation, solids handling and mixing, and polymer processing/compounding. Key interfaces include Global Energy Leader, Site manager, operations engineers and plant operators/technicians, project engineers, process control engineers, product development and R&D representatives, and maintenance/reliability engineers. In addition, there will be frequent interaction with site and business leaders. Individual will also interact with other sites around the globe to share best practices

The ideal candidate must have the following:
Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering preferred. Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering or Nuclear Engineering considered.
Minimum 10 years' experience in Chemical Manufacturing and/or an Extrusion Environment
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Strong analytical skills and demonstrated ability to collect, organize, and analyze large amounts of data
Proficient in the use of Microsoft Excel and other Office applications
Demonstrated track record of teamwork
Unrestricted authorization to work in the United States

Relocation to be paid by client.

To Apply
Please submit your r sum to Al Corchuelo at email removed . Someone will reach out to you via email or phone within 48 hours of submission.

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