Senior Process Engineer - Chemical
Posted on Jan 29, 2019 by X4 Group Ltd
My client is specifically looking for chemical biased Process Engineers who have 10 years' experience in processing sector. Ideally, you will also have experience with bio-plants or incineration of waste streams coming from a chemical (POTBA) plant
Your duties will include (not limited to): reviewing engineering documents, contributing to process improvements, reviewing unit supplier packages and participating in preparation of pre-commissioning, commissioning as well as the start of up the bio-plant and incinerator.
You will be working on a Circular Steam project and the total investment of the plant will be €100M.
My client is one of the biggest chemical and refinery companies in the world and there are interview slots available as early as next week.
Chemical Engineering or Process Engineering Degree
Knowledge of P&ID's
Knowledge of HAZOP studies, FEED, DSEAR
Well-developed inter personal, administration and communication skills
Fully computer literate and numerate and conversant with industry standard programmes
10 years Chemical Industry experience preferable but not essential. Minimum of 10 years' experience in a similar role within a design and build environment
X4 Life Sciences is a specialist recruitment business for the Life Sciences sector. We are part of the X4 Group, a multi-award-winning group of brands specialising in Life Sciences, Engineering, Construction and Technology, with over 10 years of experience in successfully placing mid to senior level contract and permanent professionals across the globe.
Our network of world class talent sets us apart from the rest and allows us to deliver skilled professionals to our pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device partners quicker than the competition.
Our aim is to help businesses grow powerful teams that deliver against exceptionally high standards and we have partnerships with leading life science companies all over the world having made placements in over 13 countries across Europe and the US