Quantitative Jobs in Baytown, Texas

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2 Baytown, TX Quantitative jobs found on Monster.

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STI-ECD-734-(B) Sr. Process Safety Engg-PE, CSP, PHA, SIL- Pasadena, TX Location: Pasadena, TX Domain: Engineering Job Type: Direct Job Description: The Sr. Process Safety Engineer/Facilitator is trained and experienced in facilitating and leading Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) studies, including Hazard and Operability (HAZOP) studies Job Responsibility: Provide process safety and risk management c...
CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS: • Provides disciplined leadership including setting clear expectations and holding the team and self accountable for results. • Adhere to the Assistant Store Manager scheduling requirements (weekly exceptions must be approved by the Store Manager) o 95% of time spent on the sales floor o Minimum of 2 nights per week o Minimum of 2 weekends per month scheduled during peak...

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Quality Assurance Technician

Salaries

$18,720.00 - $106,000.00
Typical Salary for Quality Assurance Technician in Baytown
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High School
37.5%
Bachelor's
37.5%
Associates
25%
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