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Careers

Join the NuSil community: Careers

We deeply value the people who stand behind the NuSil™ name. As individuals, they define the exceptional service and dedication to quality that distinguishes every NuSil™ product.

Browse open positions to see if we're currently hiring in your field. if you don't see what you're looking for, contact us: we're always looking out for talented, passionate advocates to join our team.

NuSil Bakersfield

2343 Pegasus Rd.
Bakersfield, CA 93308
(661) 391-4750

3/10/2017 12:00:00 AM

Status: Full Time, Exempt
Shift: Monday - Friday
Salary Range: DOE
Hours: 7:00am to 3:30pm


Job Summary

NuSil is looking for an Engineer who will work under supervision designing and engineering new equipment for on-going expansions. This position will also assist more senior engineers, departments and other NuSil companies in maintaining equipment, process improvements and implementation associated with scale-up and improved efficiency goals. Builds 2D/3D part and assembly CAD models for various projects such as new or as-built manufacturing equipment, piping and instrumentation diagrams, electrical schematics, PLC control programs, operator interface displays and facility layouts. Will coordinate outside contractors for facilities maintenance and improvement as well as design and recommend equipment and facility modifications. Must interface with various departments and outside customers on specific projects as designated. May assist in the overall daily routine of the Engineering department in keeping the equipment and facilities in top condition. This position will mainly be hands-on working side by side with metal fabricators, welders, mechanics, electricians and machinist in a shop type environment. This job description is not all-inclusive, and duties may vary. Travel may be required to Bakersfield Site up to 25% of the time on a monthly basis.


Qualifications

Qualifications BS/BA in an Engineering discipline is required. 1-2 years experience desired but not required. Knowledge of shop skills, circuits, welding and machining preferred. Some mechanical and electrical background and supervisory experience helpful but not necessary. Computer literate in Widows platform is required. AutoCAD/Solidworks and Do-more/C-more experience is a plus. NuSil Technology is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Affirmative Action Employer. M/F/D/V


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3/23/2017 12:00:00 AM

Status: Exempt
Shift: Monday through Friday, 1st Shift
Salary Range: DOE
Hours: 7:00am - 3:30pm


Job Summary

Supervise and directs mechanics and outside contractors from various trades (HVAC, Welding, Electrician, Pipe fitter, hydraulics) to support equipment and facility operations. Responsible for Engineering Department compliance of SOP, HSP and environmental regulations. Works with minimal technical direction, independently develops approach to analyze and solve a wide range of difficult problems. Directs and assists in installation of new equipment as well as troubleshooting equipment/facility related issues as needed. Researches, provides design feedback, develops, and tests circuits, components, equipment, and/or devices. Collaborates with R&D and Manufacturing to provide feedback of equipment related solutions to improve various aspects of the operation (process improvement, waste reduction and throughput improvement, and improve product reproducibility). Investigates, documents, provides corrective action for injury and incident reports. Performs instructor level training on equipment for EOP compliance. Assists in monthly facility inspections and health, safety, education programs. Responsible for maintaining critical spare parts stocking levels.


Qualifications

A minimum of 6 years industry experience is required, Oil Industry, Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology, or similar industry is desired. Electrical, welding, machining, fabricating or building maintenance experience is required. Requires a working knowledge of shop math with an ability to read/write and utilize complicated drawings and specifications, and a variety of precisions measuring instruments. HVAC knowledge is required. Process systems knowledge is required. Strong attention to detail regarding documentation is required. Good communication skills both oral and written is required. Must be able to follow Standard Operating Procedures. Good computer skills are required; experience with computerized maintenance software is desired. Excellent organizational skills is required; experience with spare parts program is desired. Must have ability to multi-task.


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3/27/2017 12:00:00 AM

Status: Full Time, Exempt
Shift: Monday - Friday
Salary Range: DOE
Hours: 7:00am to 3:30om


Job Summary

In this role, the individual will be joining the EHS team that will be responsible for the development and implementation of a systematic global Product Stewardship Program (PSP) Specifically, the individual will assist with global chemical notification and reporting, U.S. TSCA, GHS, WEEE, RoHS, REACH, Certificates of Compliance, dangerous good regulations, regulated substances, applicable product compliance requirements, integration of importation regulations and addressing customer’s needs.

Responsibilities:
• Scope of responsibilities include, but not limited to, global chemical notification and reporting, U.S. TSCA, GHS, WEEE, RoHS, REACH, Certificates of Compliance, dangerous good regulations, regulated substances, applicable product compliance requirements, integration of importation regulations and addressing customer’s needs.
• Develop and implement processes and a database for identifying and complying with current and changing product legal compliance and product stewardship requirements for all raw materials, products in development and finished goods for all applicable market countries (SDS) as well as countries of manufacture.
• Partner with Trade Compliance, EHS, Global Operations, Legal and Business Leaders regarding appropriate process controls, procedures for regulatory compliance evaluation and risk mitigation for NuSil products, current and new, in all market countries.
• Implement a process for a proactive PSP that encompasses global regulatory surveillance in order to anticipate regulations and requirements that could affect the distribution and sale of NuSil products.


Qualifications

Qualifications:
• B.S. in chemistry, chemical engineering, environmental science or equivalent technical degree.
• Minimum (5) years of experience in chemical manufacturing environment with key responsibilities for product stewardship, EHS or regulatory compliance.
• Effective problem-solving, project management, critical thinking and development skills.
• Supply chain experience a plus
• Effective oral and written communications skills, especially across multiple disciplines and organizations


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NuSil Carpinteria

Corporate Headquarters
1140 Mark Ave.
Carpinteria, CA 93013
(805) 684-8780

3/1/2017 12:00:00 AM

Status: Full-Time, Exempt
Shift: 1st shift, Monday - Friday
Salary Range: DOE
Hours: 7am to 3:30pm


Job Summary

NuSil is looking for an Engineer who will work under supervision designing and engineering new equipment for on-going expansions. This position will also assist more senior engineers, departments and other NuSil companies in maintaining equipment, process improvements and implementation associated with scale-up and improved efficiency goals. Builds 2D/3D part and assembly CAD models for various projects such as new or as-built manufacturing equipment, piping and instrumentation diagrams, electrical schematics, PLC control programs, operator interface displays and facility layouts. Will coordinate outside contractors for facilities maintenance and improvement as well as design and recommend equipment and facility modifications. Must interface with various departments and outside customers on specific projects as designated. May assist in the overall daily routine of the Engineering department in keeping the equipment and facilities in top condition. This position will mainly be hands-on working side by side with metal fabricators, welders, mechanics, electricians and machinist in a shop type environment. This job description is not all-inclusive, and duties may vary. Travel may be required to Bakersfield Site up to 25% of the time on a monthly basis.


Qualifications

BS/BA in an Engineering discipline is required. 1-2 years experience desired but not required. Knowledge of shop skills, circuits, welding and machining preferred.

Some mechanical and electrical background and supervisory experience helpful but not necessary.

Computer literate in Widows platform is required. AutoCAD/Solidworks and Do-more/C-more experience is a plus.


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2/14/2017 12:00:00 AM

Status: Full Time, Exempt
Shift: Monday - Friday
Salary Range: DOE
Hours: 7:00am to 3:30pm


Job Summary

The Manager - EHS is responsible for maintaining compliance with and advancing safety, health, and security policies/programs to ensure that the facility continues to operate effectively in a highly regulated environment. He/she ensures that the facility remains viable, supports the business direction and is viewed as a positive community citizen, providing a safe work environment for our employees and neighbors.
The Manager - EHS leads a team of EHS professionals in the implementation of environmental, safety, health and security policies and systems at the Carpinteria facility, with additional oversight of facilities in Santa Paula, Chino, and Texas. They will ensure that the facilities meet the intent of the applicable regulatory and corporate requirements while supporting the direction of the business. He/she audits effectiveness of policies and regulatory compliance and collaborates on continuous improvement actions. The Manager - EHS assists in product stewardship requirements and sustainability efforts.

The Manager - EHS serves as a member of the Site Leadership Team and sets strategic direction in collaboration with other Avantor leadership team members.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
1. Manages a team of Environmental, Health, and Safety professionals
2. Acts as the plant safety process leader; accountable for providing guidance and expertise to all departments (chemical manufacturing, R&D, Engineering, QA) to ensure the workplace is safe and healthy and maintains compliance with all applicable safety, health and security regulations and policies via training, auditing, and enforcement
3. Manages/coordinates required audits of areas and systems to verify compliance with all existing safety, health and security policies; generates corrective actions as needed
4. Plans, develops and initiates policies and programs to ensure the safety and health of employees, contractors, and visitors at the facility and to conform to the requirements of the site’s health and safety management system
5. Manages the development of the plant safety, health and security training curriculum
6. Generates and maintains all safety, health and security records and reports required by corporate mandate or regulatory agency
7. Accountable for managing and providing leadership to health and safety programs
8. Monitors and coordinates the incident review process to ensure thorough investigations and effective corrective actions; includes timely reporting and closure
9. Conducts and documents the results of employee exposure surveys
10. Monitors and meets budget commitments in the Environmental, Health, Safety and Security areas
11. Integrates the work of safety, health and security to enable optimum outcomes
12. Performs other duties as assigned with or without accommodation


Qualifications

BS/BA Degree in Science, Business or related field required

Minimum of ten (10) years of experience with environmental, safety, health and security for regulatory compliance required. Demonstrated success in implementing safety, health and security management systems. Demonstrated project management success.

Experience with the following is preferred:
● Cal/OSHA
● California EPA
● Emergency Management
● Hazardous Waste Management
● Chemical manufacturing


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3/23/2017 12:00:00 AM

Status: Full Time, Exempt
Shift: Monday - Friday
Salary Range: DOE
Hours: 8am to 5pm


Job Summary

Overview:
NuSil Technology LLC is currently seeking a Product Stewardship Specialist to join our organization. In this role, the individual will be joining the EHS team that will be responsible for the development and implementation of a systematic global Product Stewardship Program (PSP)  Specifically,  the individual will assist with global chemical notification and reporting, U.S. TSCA, GHS, WEEE, RoHS, REACH, Certificates of Compliance, dangerous good regulations, regulated substances, applicable product compliance requirements, integration of importation regulations and addressing customer’s needs.
Responsibilities:
• Scope of responsibilities include, but not limited to, global chemical notification and reporting, U.S. TSCA, GHS, WEEE, RoHS, REACH, Certificates of Compliance, dangerous good regulations, regulated substances, applicable product compliance requirements, integration of importation regulations and addressing customer’s needs.
• Develop and implement processes and a database for identifying and complying with current and changing product legal compliance and product stewardship requirements for all raw materials, products in development and finished goods for all applicable market countries (SDS) as well as countries of manufacture.
• Partner with Trade Compliance, EHS, Global Operations, Legal and Business Leaders regarding appropriate process controls, procedures for regulatory compliance evaluation and risk mitigation for NuSil products, current and new, in all market countries.
• Implement a process for a proactive PSP that encompasses global regulatory surveillance in order to anticipate regulations and requirements that could affect the distribution and sale of NuSil products.


Qualifications

Qualifications:
o B.S. in chemistry, chemical engineering, environmental science or equivalent technical degree.
o Minimum (5) years of experience in chemical manufacturing environment with key responsibilities for product stewardship, EHS or regulatory compliance.
o Effective problem-solving, project management, critical thinking and development skills.
o Supply chain experience a plus
o Effective oral and written communications skills, especially across multiple disciplines and organizations


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11/17/2016 12:00:00 AM

Status: Full Time -Exempt
Shift: Monday - Friday
Salary Range: DOE
Hours: 8am to 5pm


Job Summary

NuSil Technology is seeking a proactive / career focused Senior Financial Analyst to provide direct financial planning and analysis services to the Company's key business leaders including: the Executive Team, Controller, and Business Unit directors.

The ideal candidate is a seasoned finance professional with demonstrated expertise in implementing robust reporting analytics from the ground up. This position reports directly to the Manager, Financial Planning and Analysis, and will work alongside other decision makers throughout the enterprise domestically and internationally.

Financial Planning and Analysis:
• Analyze operating results for multiple business units and review results with the FP&A Manager, Controller and Business Unit leaders. Investigate and quantify impact of variances;
• Participate in the preparation of segmented budgets and assist with the annual enterprise-wide
• Develop and maintain driver-based forecasting models utilizing advanced Excel modeling;
• Consolidate and analyze department expenses and review with department/functional leadership in support NuSil’s Cost Optimization initiative;
• Perform ad-hoc financial/revenue analysis to support business decisions as required.

Monitor Corporate Strategic Initiatives:
• Liaise with NuSil leadership to track and evaluate the performance of corporate goals including: profitability, internal / external MarCom initiatives, safety performance, new product launches, geographic expansion, infrastructure augmentation, manufacturing performance, and personnel initiatives.


Qualifications

• Bachelor's degree in Finance or Accounting required, MBA preferred;
• 5 to 10 years of comparable experience demonstrating increasing responsibilities;
• Advanced Excel including “If” logic, lookups and pivot tables, the ability navigate efficiently and to work with large sets of data to develop knowledge is essential; ERP expertise is preferred;
• Knowledge of batch process manufacturing and chemical processes are highly preferred;
• Strong initiative and ability to manage multiple projects as well as strong follow through skills;
• Strong analytical, organizational, and communication skills;
• Solid management accounting and financial reporting expertise; and
• Ability to work well with others in fast paced, dynamic environment.


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NuSil Europe

Parc d'Actites de Sophia Antipolis
Le Natura Bt2
1198, ave Maurice Donat
06250 MOUGINS France
+33.(0)4.92.96.93.31

There are no positions for NuSil Europe at this time.
NuSil Texas

6125 W. Campus Circle Dr.
Irving, TX 75063
(972) 518-2270

3/27/2017 12:00:00 AM

Status: Full Time, Exempt
Shift: Monday - Friday
Salary Range: DOE
Hours: 7:00am to 3:30om


Job Summary

In this role, the individual will be joining the EHS team that will be responsible for the development and implementation of a systematic global Product Stewardship Program (PSP) Specifically, the individual will assist with global chemical notification and reporting, U.S. TSCA, GHS, WEEE, RoHS, REACH, Certificates of Compliance, dangerous good regulations, regulated substances, applicable product compliance requirements, integration of importation regulations and addressing customer’s needs.
Responsibilities:
• Scope of responsibilities include, but not limited to, global chemical notification and reporting, U.S. TSCA, GHS, WEEE, RoHS, REACH, Certificates of Compliance, dangerous good regulations, regulated substances, applicable product compliance requirements, integration of importation regulations and addressing customer’s needs.
• Develop and implement processes and a database for identifying and complying with current and changing product legal compliance and product stewardship requirements for all raw materials, products in development and finished goods for all applicable market countries (SDS) as well as countries of manufacture.
• Partner with Trade Compliance, EHS, Global Operations, Legal and Business Leaders regarding appropriate process controls, procedures for regulatory compliance evaluation and risk mitigation for NuSil products, current and new, in all market countries.
• Implement a process for a proactive PSP that encompasses global regulatory surveillance in order to anticipate regulations and requirements that could affect the distribution and sale of NuSil products.


Qualifications

• B.S. in chemistry, chemical engineering, environmental science or equivalent technical degree.
• Minimum (5) years of experience in chemical manufacturing environment with key responsibilities for product stewardship, EHS or regulatory compliance.
• Effective problem-solving, project management, critical thinking and development skills.
• Supply chain experience a plus
• Effective oral and written communications skills, especially across multiple disciplines and organizations


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We pride ourselves on our most vital resource: our people. We know the growth and pace of our business directly inspires individual growth. Our active support for diversity is not only a point of pride, but also a key component in our success. This is a company where results are required, and they are rewarded. Our steady growth has allowed us to offer opportunities. We offer an excellent benefits package which includes medical, dental, life, paid time off, employer match 401(k), etc., in a business casual environment.

Avantor Performance Materials, LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and as such recruits, hires and prepares employees for advancement without regard to race, creed, color, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, physical or mental handicap, Vietnam-era veteran's status or disabled veteran's status.

EOE/AA M/F/D/V