Bold. Energetic. Ingenious. Genuine. These qualities best describe employees who work for Ingevity. We believe it takes extraordinary people to create extraordinary results.
At Ingevity, we harness the bold spirit, innate curiosity and remarkable ingenuity of our people to develop innovations that purify, protect and enhance the world around us. Our products enable oil to flow better, crops to grow fuller, roads last longer, and ensure that the air we all breathe is cleaner.
Already a leader in markets in which we compete, we leverage our deep technical expertise and knowledge of our customers’ industries to turn complex challenges into powerful possibilities and value-added solutions. We prize creativity and imagination and we’re always looking for a better, smarter way of doing things.
We know it takes the right people with the right attitude to achieve the improbable. People who understand that there is no challenge too big and no contribution too small. People with the ability to solve and the commitment to stay the course. People who work together to create meaningful impact and exponential results, for our customers and the world around us.
Our people are our most valued asset, and the foundation of our success. Interested? We thought you might be, and we’re so glad!
Looking for an exciting new career with great pay and benefits? Join the Ingevity team! Ingevity’s North Charleston Chemical Plant will be hiring for I/E Mechanic. Applicants will be selected to fulfill current need and to fill an Applicant Pool for anticipated future needs as they become available.
Ingevity, Specialty Chemicals Division, Charleston South Carolina is seeking candidates for an Instrument/Electrical Technician position. Starting wages for this position are $28.76 per hour. Benefits include: Medical, Dental, Prescription, Vision, Life Insurance, Accident and Sickness, 401k, Pension, Vacation, 13 paid holidays and tuition reimbursement.
Candidates must have safe work behaviors, follow safety policies and procedures and participate in plant safety programs. Candidates must be self-directed and able to work independently or in a team environment. Candidates must be willing to work shift work and overtime when required.
Candidates must have work experience in an industrial/manufacturing plant or similar environment and experience with installation and troubleshooting of various types of instruments including but not limited to level, temperature, pressure, and flow. Candidates must also have experience with process control loops, DCS/PLC control systems, be able to understand instrument loop diagrams and to be able to interpret vendor technical information. Candidates must also have experience with 480V AC motor control systems and power distribution fundamentals.
Candidates must have either a high school diploma or GED and have completed either a technical school, apprenticeship program or have equivalent experience.