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Get your career moving
and flowing.

Moving raw materials from production to distribution is a key component in process industries, which is pumping out some great careers.

Be a smooth operator.

As a Process Operations Technician, you can be a key member of a team responsible for planning, analyzing and controlling products from the acquisition of raw materials through the production and distribution to consumers. The process industries that need your skills include chemical, food and beverage, oil exploration and production, pharmaceuticals, power generation, pulp and paper, refining, wastewater treatment and many others.

Your studies are designed to give you laboratory experience in the science and art of engineering mechanics, electronics and statistical process control. And you can add even more experience to your resume if you participate in internships and cooperative programs with one of our industry partners, such as Eastman, International Paper, Pilgrim’s Pride, Huntsman, Dow Chemical, Plastipak, Entergy, Lone Star Steel, TXU, Halliburton, Priefert's, AMD, Dana Corporation, Exxon Mobil, AEP/SWEPCO, Shell, Koch, BP, Sabine Mining Company and Graham Packaging.

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