Chemical Process Operator Reviews

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Based on 131 responses, the job of Chemical Process Operator has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.08 out of 5. On average, Chemical Process Operators are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Chemical Process Operator?

March 2019
"Unfair."
Chemical Process Operator in Minto:
Pros: I get paid to pay some bills
Cons: Too much work but less pay
August 2020
"Satisfying and challenging."
Chemical Process Operator in Falkirk:
Pros: It can be different every set of shifts. Large scale process
Cons: I do not believe there is the job security I need
May 2017
"N/a."
Chemical Process Operator in Carson:
Pros: I like that it's close to home.
Cons: The moral in this place is bad, especially being a woman.
October 2017
"Hard worker."
Chemical Process Operator in Arlington:
Pros: Short drive from my house to my job.
Cons: Traffic, 30 minutes away from my house.
December 2017
Chemical Process Operator in Cape Town:
Pros: The view & much to do.
Cons: Cost of living is high - expensive.
November 2018
Chemical Process Operator:
This is definitely not the Company choice I would recommend. They are unorganized. Their wages are insulting for the task and paperwork you have to produce. Deep hypocrisy when dealing with management.
March 2019
"I commute."
Chemical Process Operator in Bryan:
Pros: The company I work for
Cons: The drive to work