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Senior Process Engineer

Job Overview: ? The Senior Process Engineer will be responsible for the process design of multiple plant systems in one or more technologies. They will supervise small studies or projects and will be responsible for scheduling and estimating the work effort. ? Key Responsibilities/Accountabilities: Performs detailed process design calculations and process design simulations, prepares equipment and instrument data sheets, prepares process flow diagrams, and prepares piping and instrument flow diagrams Trains subordinates in the use of process tools and procedures Supervises subordinate process team members Leads various activities related to the process design of specific process units and supervises work efforts on small projects and proposals Reviews design work of subordinate process engineers as delegated by the lead engineer Participates in start-up and technical service field assignments as required Performs other assignments as required Fosters Innovation Creates new or existing technology improvements (i.e., patent) Creates new or improved work processes for better execution efficiency Publishes or presents a technical paper at an industry forum Desired/Preferred Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree in Chemical Engineering minimum requirement 6 -10 years' relevant experience preferred Ability to travel and go on field assignments Proficient in all engineering computer tools Strong knowledge of process and systems design tools and procedures including CMS Sound engineering judgment Good supervisory and scheduling skills Responsible for the supervision of small studies and projects Ability to supervise and coach team members Minimum supervision received. 1808191
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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