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PRODUCTION - Machine Operator III (Chemmake) Test Strips- Non-Exempt-Full-Time

Supervisor: Assembly Manager

Position opening and closing dates: June 18, 2020 - Position Open Until Filled

Position Summary:

Operate or tend machines to prepare industrial or consumer products for storage or shipment. These machines manufacture liquids, powders or solid materials for use as is or as part of a larger kit or assembly.


Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Read, interpret and execute instructions to create consistently accurate chemical mixtures.
    • Set-up, load with raw materials, operate, adjust and troubleshoot machines.
    • Monitor product through the production cycle and perform sampling inspections to validate quality standards. Remove, separate, document and report defective materials/products.
    • Monitor the production line to eliminate jams or gaps and ensure even flow of the product.
    • Assemble product components to create a single finished product.
    • Label, package and/or palletize finished product for storage or shipment as required.
    • Document work completion via paperwork and computer entry.
    • Perform operator preventive maintenance on machines and equipment to ensure non-stop production. Report defective equipment to appropriate leader.
    • Monitor materials levels. Resupply the machine and initiate resupply notification in a timely manner to avoid work-stoppage.
    • Work with Purchasing Manager to maintain appropriate inventory levels.
    • Perform additional duties as required and work extended hours when necessary.

 
Requirements:

    • High School Diploma or Equivalent
    • Experience preferred, but not required
    • Good mechanical reasoning aptitude
    • Knowledge of machines and tools, including their designs, uses repair, and maintenance.
    • Basic understanding of chemistry and chemical properties preferred, but not required.
    • Understanding of basic laboratory tools, instruments, measurements and processes preferred, but not required.

 

How to apply: Please submit letter of interest and resume to hr@taylortechnologies.com. For best consideration, apply by close of business July 3, 2020. Position open until filled. 

Excellent benefits package including 401K, life insurance, employer paid health insurance, personal term life insurance policy up to $50,000, and wellness program.  EEO

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Position Open Until Filled 

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT - Regulatory Compliance Chemist - Exempt-Full-Time

Supervisor: Vice President of Research and Development/Engineering

Position Summary:

The Regulatory Compliance Chemist will fulfill all regulatory requirements, including but not limited to Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Maryland Occupational Safety and Health (MOSH), Global Harmonization System (GHS), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Department of Transportation (DOT),  Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE), Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB), and Canada’s Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS).  The Regulatory Compliance Chemist will also chair the Safety Committee, manage hazardous waste disposal, and be the contact for all government regulatory interactions. Additionally, this chemist will work on the design, development and improvements of analytical products, techniques and methodologies.


Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Regulatory documenting, reporting, and other requirements
      • OSHA / MOSH
        • Injury and Illness, Investigation, Recordkeeping and Reporting
        • Emergency Action Plan and Company Safety Program
        • Employee Safety and Hazard Communication Training
      • EPA / MDE
        • Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know
        • Toxic Release Inventory
        • Biennial Hazardous Waste Report
        • Hazardous Waste Disposal
        • General Permit for Discharges of Stormwater Associated with Industrial Activity
        • Air and Radiation Permit to Construct
        • Other EPA/MDE programs and reports
      • TTB
        • Specially Denatured Alcohol Permit
    • Develop compliant Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) and labels for products under OSHA, WHMIS, and CPSC
    • Administrative responsibilities
      • Author/Update regulatory documentation
      • Assist other departments and customers with technical matters
    • Chair Company Safety Committee
      • Set agenda, chair, and write/post minutes of monthly Company Safety Committee meetings
      • Communicate and coordinate safety issues to the company
      • Lead new safety initiatives
    • Product Development
      • Preparation of analytical test standard solutions.
      • Designing, developing or modifying wet and dry analytical methodologies, techniques, and products for monitoring water quality.


Requirements/Qualifications:

    • BS degree in Chemistry (or in a related field)
    • 2 years related experience
    • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)

 

How to apply: Submit letter of interest and resume to hr@taylortechnologies.com. Position open until filled.

Excellent benefits package including 401K, life insurance, employer paid health insurance, personal term life insurance policy up to $50,000, and wellness program.  EEO

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Position Open Until Filled   

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT - Chemist III - Exempt-Full-Time

Supervisor: Manager, Product Development

Position Summary:

The purpose of the Senior Research Chemist is to design experiments and develop new products for testing pool, spa, and industrial water. This position will statistically analyze and interpret all experimental data and use information form analysis to brainstorm and establish a work flow for the next steps in the experiment design process. The position must engage in method development. The position independently researches, designs, and solves problematic experiments and develops an efficient workflow for experimental design. The incumbent also works in teams and mentors more junior scientists.


Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Train new employee on common Taylor-specific laboratory tasks
    • Prepare stock solutions, reference standards, and reagents with analytical precision with the knowledge of how to eliminate sources of error
    • Document and organize all experimental data in a detailed laboratory notebook so that all research being conducted is easily followed by other team members
    • Research potential chemical additives and inhibitors to optimize test performance
    • Assist in the authoring of new Safety Data Sheets
    • Perform experiments at the direction of the project manager and assist with the analytical methods,  development of new materials and performance testing in the lab and in the field
    • Perform detailed data analyses and explain results
    • Document and present technical work internally and externally
    • Work on projects both independently and as part of a team

 
Requirements:

    • 4-year degree in Chemistry or
    • 10 years of chemistry related experience which includes demonstrable experience in a laboratory environment.
    • Experiences in analytical chemistry, method development and experimental design.
    • Experience working collaboratively with a team.
    • Strong presentation and communication skills
    • Robust understanding of MS Office
    • Candidate may substitute master’s degree for up to 2 years of experience
    • Ability to lift up to 50 lbs ( move)

 
Preferred Qualifications:

    • Master's Degree
    • Water quality testing experience ( OR Pool/Spa Industry Experience)

 

How to apply: Please submit letter of interest and resume to hr@taylortechnologies.com. Position open until filled. 

Excellent benefits package including 401K, life insurance, employer paid health insurance, personal term life insurance policy up to $50,000, and wellness program.  EEO

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