General Electric Chemical Engineer in Tzafit, Israel
Job Description Summary
We are looking for a Chemical Engineer to join the Dalia (Tzafit) Power Plant team.
The Dalia (Tzafit) Plant is a 835MW combined-cycle power plant (CCPP), the largest of its kind in Israel, adding close to 8% of the country’s installed power generation capacity. The 2 gas-fired combined-cycle units integrate GT26 gas turbine, steam turbine, generator, and heat recovery steam generator.
Ensure a high level of availability, reliability and safety of the water treatment plant and all chemistry related equipment’s and activities.
Manage and monitor the Water treatment plant process, initiating process improvements.
Monitor the chemical conditions of the HRSG, wastewater and effluent system.
Responsible for the daily activities of the power station chemical laboratory as well as proactively manage chemistry related activities such as calibration, external quality control etc.
Support the site’s team regarding environmental chemical requirements including maintaining the Toxic Permit.
Support the site’s quality management systems in accordance to GE processes and standards.
Timely completion of all required Chemical and Environmental Reporting.
Work closely with various stakeholders within the team, particularly the Operations and GE O&M global Centre of Excellence as well as the Customer, suppliers and subcontractors.
Perform all work in accordance to Contractual obligation, GE processes and EHS standards.
Chemical Engineering BSc degree
Minimum 2 years experience in a similar position, working in a Power Plant or large industrial facility
Previous experience working in an international company
Previous experience as a Quality Auditor and managing a Toxic Permit – an advantage
Familiar with the ISO 9001:2015 requirements
Ability to initiate and lead small projects
Fluent Hebrew and English
Excellent communication and organizational skills
Hands on approach and “can-do” mindset
The job is open to men and women equally
Relocation Assistance Provided: No