Samsung Electronics America Sr. Engineer, Process Safety Management (328858) in Austin, Texas

Sr. Engineer, Process Safety Management (328858)

Regular Full-Time

Samsung Austin Semiconductor, LLC ,Austin Texas

Apr 16, 2018

General Description

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Samsung Austin Semiconductor is seeking an energetic EHS professional with strong interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to multi-task and assist with identifying risks that support safety and environmental programs for one of the most advanced semiconductor facilities in the United States. This is an opportunity to work as part of a diverse safety team to help strengthen safety processes and procedures, safety culture, and improve hazard awareness for a world leader in manufacturing technology.

Specific Job Duties:

  • Champions and promotes a strong process safety culture.

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

  • Prepares and organizes written presentations, documentation and reports pertaining to process safety activities.

  • Identifies process safety improvement opportunities through interaction with all process safety stakeholders.

  • Makes recommendations and justifies new tools and work process improvements.

  • Ensures that process safety-related Standard Maintenance Procedures (SMPs), Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), engineering standards and guidelines are developed, reviewed, and updated as needed.

  • Participates in Process Hazard Analyses (PHAs) when necessary and maintains the qualifications of a PHA facilitator.

  • Conduct Hazard and Operability Studies (HAZOP) to understand and mitigate risks.

  • Reviews PHAs to ensure consistency with company policy and tracks recommendations.

  • Participates in key incident investigations and maintains the qualifications of a Root Cause Analysis (RCA) facilitator.

  • Participates in key Pre-Startup Safety Reviews (PSSR)

  • Participates in process safety audits / assessments.

Assists in the development and delivery of process safety training.

  • Develops and supports the Management of Change (MOC) process by ensuring that management systems are in place and effective.

Necessary Skills / Attributes

  • Bachelor's Degree Required

  • Five (5) years’ experience in a process safety engineering or a PSM/RMP program leadership role.

  • An additional five (5) years’ experience in an operating facility working in an operations and or engineering support role of a PSM/RMP covered process in the semiconductor, electronics, refining or chemical industry.

  • Familiar with Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) requirements and methodologies.

  • Familiar with the many forms of Process Safety Information (PSI), how PSI is used in operating facilities, and how it should be maintained.

  • Familiar with Critical Safety Systems (CSS), Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS), Safety Integrity Levels (SIL), and Layers of Protection Analysis (LOPA).

  • Familiar with EPA's Risk Management Program (RMP).

  • Knowledge of various Recognized and Generally Accepted Good Engineering Practices (RAGAGEP) related to process safety.

  • An understanding of how dispersion, fire and explosion modeling is used.

  • Proficient in the use Microsoft Office suite of products.

  • Flexible and willing to travel as business needs require.

Company Information

Samsung Austin Semiconductor (SAS) is one of the most advanced semiconductor manufacturing facilities in the United States. SAS produces digital LSI logic components for tablets, smart phones, and other mobile devices. In August, 2012, SAS invested $4 billion to accommodate full System LSI production, bringing our total investment in Austin to more than $17 billion. With 2400 employees and 2.3M square feet of space, SAS is producing a full range of design rule devices. Since 1997, SAS has been at the forefront of manufacturing technology, enabling the world's digital devices to operate at their highest performance.