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Manager, chemicals

Augusta, Georgia, United States
May 26, 2018

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Chip Al-Hashimi

**** ****** ****** • Augusta, Georgia • Cell: 803-***-**** •

Detail oriented chemist focused on Quality, Safety, and Continuous Improvement in a broad chemical industry experience ranging from manufacturing to production, R&D, and nuclear.

● Exceeded expectations: original discovery optimized yields 20% to 90% in one step.

● Unlocked triple bottleneck holding up three pathways to accelerate production.

● Leveraged project and time management to cut costs, boost productivity, and streamline efficiency. KEY ACCOMPLISHMENTS

● Published research thesis.

● Led efforts to implement Water Quality Laboratory and Production Site.

● Monitored production for two global companies.


CB&I, Fluor, Westinghouse, Jenkinsville, South Carolina 2015 – 2016 Water Quality Manager

● Led efforts to start Water Lab and Production Area at a Nuclear Build Site.

● Made continuous improvements that stabilized readings and expedited test results.

● Coordinated efforts to make deliveries across departments and the site.

● Eliminated unnecessary water tests by outside labs to make onsite Water Lab more self-sufficient. Augusta Technical College, Augusta, Georgia 2014 – 2015 Chemistry Instructor

● Delivered lectures, wrote and graded exams, and supervised laboratory activities. Eka Chemicals/AkzoNobel, Augusta, Georgia 2011 – 2013 Plant Chemist

● Integrated sampling, testing, and action plans to satisfy customers.

● Technical Liaison between customers and management.

● Developed procedures from start to finish.

● Performed QA tests on water and products.

● Won safety prize for an elevated sampling deck to protect unharnessed coworkers. Fiamm Energy, Waynesboro, Georgia 2008 – 2011

Quality Chemist

● Organized laboratory and monitored production.

● Performed specialized valve safety tests and destructive tests on products.

● Implemented a safer acid transfer procedure.


East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina Master of Science, Chemistry

● Published Thesis: “Potential Pathways to Beta-Carbolines.” University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, North Carolina Bachelors, Chemistry

● Phi Beta Kappa

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