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October 6, 2015
$110,000 - $120,000
Experience with registration of biocides and additives, especially with relation to EPA, FIFRA, TSCA, 49CFR, FD&C Act, EPA strongly preferred. Must be detail and deadline oriented, well organized with excellent verbal and written communication skills. Demonstrates strong interpersonal skills and ability to interact with staff on all levels.
appropriate departments within Company of these requirements. Assists
Director in establishing procedures to assure compliance with these
requirements. Places and monitors
various laboratory studies on Troy products. Obtains and approves laboratories for
testing various product lines in a cost-effective and timely manner. Provides training on transport regulations
to internal staff. Reviews draft and
final promotional materials for Troy products.
September 29, 2015
requires that the individual is able to translate cost estimating terminology
into business terminology to explain to customers and partners. Participates in continuing education
(engineering disciplines and the construction field) and professional
organizations. This position is responsible
for providing Project Cost Estimating expertise for the Regional Service
Centers (RSC's). The position requires a strong ability to communicate
effectively in teams. The function will operate with almost no supervision.
Incumbent of this position will serve as an assigned RSC's cost estimator in
support of providing capital cost estimating expertise and various cost
analyses to Business Units. Areas of responsibility include executing small
to medium complexity projects managed by the Regional Service Centers as well
as support to technical development alternatives as needed. These include but
are not limited to support in providing cost estimating support on highly
complexity projects when needed Project scopes will be diverse and the
incumbent will also have to deal with multiple projects at the same time at
September 29, 2015
$45,000 - $65,000
Albuquerque (area), NM
successful candidate for the ENTRY LEVEL SCADA Systems Analyst will come to
have a good blend of both pipeline and IT experience. This is an exciting
opportunity to be a part of ongoing projects for the Pipeline SCADA
Requirements: Associate's Degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, Engineering, or Telecommunication or equivalent combination of education and experience Previous experience with administration, implementation, and support of TCP/IP, DNS, wireless, anti-virus, firewals, NAT, SNMP, and subnetting General knowledge of switches, printers, laptops, desktops. North America Residents only. Send resume to email@example.com.
September 24, 2015
$90,000 - $120,000
Bowling Green/ Paducah, KY
client is a specialty chemical manufacturer producing personal care and
pharmaceutical intermediate chemicals. Due to expansion and growth within the
plant they are seeking a seasoned process engineer. This engineer will have
experience as a process engineer or production engineer in chemical unit
operations, have strong communication and influential leadership skills and
strong technical acumen.
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September 22, 2015
Commissioning and Start-Up Engineer (Production Eng)
$95,000 - $135,000
The Production Engineer will first serve as Commissioning and Start-Up Engineer of the UTEC-1 UHMWPE plant and then progress to daily operations as the Production Engineer.
Responsibilities are to ensure that the equipment/systems work properly and meet the process and operation needs. In parallel you will be responsible to monitor, troubleshoot, and optimize operating unit key process variables to drive process and product improvements while maintaining a strong safety and environmental compliance focus. Apply technical knowledge to detect causes of deviations in quality, capacity, yield, and energy consumption or provide training to less experienced engineers.
New Plant Commissioning & Start Up Responsibilities: Schedules and coordinate commissioning and startup work to construction deadlines. · Performs verification that equipment and systems are mechanically complete. Creates and carries out test procedures (units, systems, equipment), performance test run (guarantee test run) based on contractual requirements. Ensures that equipment works to its specification. Issues, reviews and comments on operating manuals and start-up procedures. Makes improvements to and offers advice about operational procedures Liaising with installation/project engineers. Investigates problems, diagnosing/repairing faults. Troubleshooting. Prevention of hazardous conditions for personnel and equipment. Polyolefins experience ideal.
September 22, 2015
$95,000 - $120,000
opportunity in beautiful Rockies area! Major fuels refiner has replacement
position open for Refinery Reliability Engineer. This person performing this
job will be integral in developing and managing the asset reliability plan
for a specific assigned area of the refinery and will work to ensure that
company strategic business plans are met. Position reports to the Reliability
September 18, 2015
Director of Engineering (Chemical Plant)
$140,000 - $165,000 + bonus
Central NJ, USA
Pilot Plant Management & Scheduling: Participate in monthly Commercialization Committee meeting and manage pilot plant activities to support new product introduction process. Evaluate and recommend the purchase of pilot plant equipment to meet future needs.
Project Planning & Execution: Design and implement a project planning and monitoring process that establishes project priorities and allocates resources based on business strategies and priorities. Ensure that procedures (e.g., stage-gate review process) and systems (e.g., Microsoft project) are in place and utilized. Decide how the engineering staff will be assigned to individual projects.
Project Audit: In collaboration with Troy Finance, establish and implement procedures for quantitatively measuring the success of projects in terms of their actual time, cost, and return vs. original plan.
Evaluate the competitive standing of Troy’s engineering function and
recommend changes when appropriate including recruiting needs. Set professional development objectives
with individuals in the function.
Monitor the effectiveness of engineering/operations interface and take
action as appropriate.
Provide support for health, safety, and environmental activities.
Budgeting: BOM Update: review and correct/update all BOM’s and scrap factors to ensure they are correct and reflect optimum values.
Manpower Budgeting: develop and recommend the manpower and expense budget for the function.
Capital Budgeting: Work with Plant Managers and Vice President,
Manufacturing & Engineering to develop and maintain the master list of
capital projects for the company. Recommends projects for elimination or
rescheduling based on priorities and budget constraints.
Professional Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from highly reputable University. Master’s in Chemical Engineering, Engineering Management, or MBA highly desirable. Minimum 5 years engineering management experience in technical environment similar to Troy in size, complexity, and international character. Demonstrated leadership skills running a function equivalent to Troy’s engineering function. Demonstrated ability to lead a team that can engineer, build, and operate fully integrated large-scale specialty chemical plants. Fluency with commonly used business and engineering software for example, Microsoft Word and Excel, AutoCAD, Aspen Technologies. Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
September 18, 2015
(Oil & Gas Exploration and Production)
$275,000 - $325,000
Vancouver, BC or Miami, Florida
Client is conducting a search for an experienced oil and gas executive to serve as CEO for a start-up company under development by a highly respected, private, Canadian and European investment group. The group has finalized purchase of properties in Columbia with proven reserves at the end of exploration and beginning of production stages with initial production online.
September 17, 2015
$120,000 - $135,000
This position is in the Maintenance Department of major chemical firm and reports directly to the Maintenance Manager. Peers include departmental engineers. Positions that report to this role are hourly I&E, Analyzer, and Process Control Technicians and Specialists. The I&E Engineer will interface with the appropriate maintenance and manufacturing resources to resolve, improve, and implement maintenance activities in a safe, responsible, and environmentally sound manner which is in compliance with all regulatory requirements. Major responsibilities for the I&E Engineer include but are not limited to the following:
- Oversees I&E, Analyzer, and Process Control (IEAPC) maintenance and engineering functions at the Clear Lake site. - Provide guidance and mentorship to instrument, electrical and analyzer specialists. - Provides leadership in the safe, cost effective and optimum control of the chemical processes in the plant using state of the art equipment. - Provides electrical engineering services for the plant by delivering engineering services on schedule, and maintaining electrical safety by enforcing codes and providing training. - Experience level in facility electrical and process instrumentation providing ability to challenge/support SME decisions - Managing projects up to $500,000. - Maintains existing electrical facilities for reliable operation. - Establish effective preventive and predictive monitoring and maintenance techniques to identify and define abnormal operating conditions. - Supports plant environmental compliance by improving automated documentation. - Determines qualified vendors for IEAPC services. - Manages and/or provides technical input for IEAPC capital projects. - Provides support for Maintenance in troubleshooting and training. - Attend meetings (safety, maintenance planning, reliability, contractor management, and production) - Provide weekly update on IEAPC jobs lasting more than one week. - Participate in Root Cause Failure Analysis (RCFA) and Incident Investigations. - HSEQ responsibilities include but are not restricted to the following: - Assists in development of plant process safety standards specific to IEAPC by participating in PHA's and assuring regular testing of safety instrumented systems. - Create, review, and update Safe Work Practices for IEAPC activities. - Ensures IEAPC maintenance compliance tasks are completed on time (Safety Critical PPM, HES). - Perform Management of Change (MOC) reviews for area of technical expertise. Compliance to Clear Lake Plant Leadership Expectations.
Qualifications / experience required: B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from an ABET accredited university. 5+ years experience in instrumentation, electrical, analyzer, and control system design, installation, start up and maintenance. This position requires a person that is always thinking of improvements or new technology. Must be capable of managing, training, and challenging those under his supervision while working on his own projects.This requires good organizational skills and the ability to work on multiple projects at the same time. Demonstrated leadership, learning and development skills. Initiative and self-starter. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Ability to effectively communicate with all levels of plant, technical, and management personnel. Basic computer skills (email, MS Office). Experience with SAP and Primavera preferred. Experience with AADvance, Allen Bradley, and other Rockwell Automation software preferred. - Experience with Triconix hardware preferred. Send resume to email@example.com.
September 15, 2015
September 15, 2015
$165,000 - $210,000++
Houston, TX USA
Chemical, Energy / Utilities, Oil & Gas Refining / Drilling / Services
Exciting Principal Process Engineer job in the Houston area. Company will relocate the right candidate from anywhere in the US. Very competitive salary package upper $100k to low $200k + bonus + stock!
this job, you will take the lead in preparing process design documents for
GTL (gas-to-liquids) including PFDs, FEED, Heat and Mass Balances, P&IDs,
budgets. You will use process simulation software (VMGSim,
ChemCAD, Aspen, Hysys) to
prepare the above documents, and will also develop Operating Plans for client
pilot and demonstration facilities as well as commercialized operations.
Mentoring junior process engineers will also be an essential part of this
Send resume to Kathleen Porter at firstname.lastname@example.org.
$110,000 - $140,000 + 20% Bonus + home buyout
Education and Experience
Bachelor of Science degree in an engineering field, preferably Chemical or Mechanical Engineering 12+ years of project engineering experience (Construction, Maintenance and Process Improvement environment within a chemical or process plant environment) 5+ years of proven managerial and leadership experience Available for up to 50% travel in support of the business Preferred: Professional Engineer License. Direct Capital Project Management experience. Knowledge and skills Ability to work on multiple projects and tasks at one time Self-starter, excellent communication skills, organization, coordination, influencing and leadership skills.
Ability to lead and manage an organization of highly skilled project management and discipline engineering resources Embrace diversity Intimate knowledge of chemical plan design, unit operations, and techniques of the chemical industry, as well as familiarity with the products, raw materials and processes of supported plants. Responsibilities include but not limited to: Serve as leader of the Centralized Discipline Team, providing leadership in the preparation of Front End Loading design packages, Detailed Design Engineering and Studies. Regional Service Centers have ~ 300 active projects. Conduct planning discussions with Regional Service Center Managers to coordinate Discipline team work execution and expectations Develop work management and execution strategies for Regional Service Center led activities to align with supported activities Drive efficiency and effectiveness across functional group support to Regional Service Center Managers, particularly EHS and Procurement
Responsible for the personnel development and training of the Engineers, Designers, and clerical support within the Discipline Team. May coordinate the review and implementation of new and revised company Standards and Procedures as leader of North American Design Discipline COE's. Assure that relevant Design and Technical Standards are consistently and correctly applied to capital investments and technical support across the Sites. Provide leadership to assure that interdisciplinary checking of design work is performed. Assure consistent compliance with regulatory requirements and site master planning guidelines. Determines which design work is performed by outside resources, and for monitoring and evaluating performance/quality of the design work of outside engineering firms. Develop and implement a strategy for document control services for project and other related functions. Responsible for managing work in the Detail Design Database and tracking performance KPIs such as man-hour and schedule indices for each discipline. Implement work process improvements to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the design group. Manage/foster contractor in house and outside relationship.
The Company will purchase the Candidate's existing home in a relocation package if the home does not sell. Travel-50% . Send resume to email@example.com
$110,000 - $145,000
Oil & Gas Refining / Drilling / Services
Process Engineering Group Supervisor will be responsible for leading and directing
the work of process engineering team and mentoring junior staff. The ideal
candidate will have good leadership and interpersonal skills and previous
experience in a refinery environment.
Requirements: 5 years of experience in a refinery environment Bachelor's Degree in Chemical Engineering Good leadership and communication skills Ability to work self-directed with minimal supervision. Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Global Chemical FIrm
To ~ $140,000 + 20% bonus + home buyout
Education and Experience
· Bachelor of Science degree in an engineering field, preferably Chemical or Mechanical Engineering
· 12+ years of project engineering experience (Construction, Maintenance and Process Improvement environment within a chemical or process plant environment)
· 5+ years of proven managerial and leadership experience
· Available for up to 50% travel in support of the business
· Professional Engineer License.
· Direct Capital Project Management experience.
Knowledge and skills
· Ability to work on multiple projects and tasks at one time
· Self-starter, excellent communication skills, organization, coordination, influencing and leadership skills.
· Ability to lead and manage an organization of highly skilled project management and discipline engineering resources
· Embrace diversity
· Intimate knowledge of chemical plant design, unit operations, and techniques of the chemical industry, as well as familiarity with the products, raw materials and processes of supported plants.
Responsibilities include but not limited to:
· Serve as leader of the Centralized Discipline Team, providing leadership in the preparation of Front End Loading design packages, Detailed Design Engineering and Studies. Regional Service Centers have ~ 300 active projects.
· Conduct planning discussions with Regional Service Center Managers to coordinate Discipline team work execution and expectations
· Develop work management and execution strategies for Regional Service Center led activities to align with supported activities
· Drive efficiency and effectiveness across functional group support to Regional Service Center Managers, particularly EHS and Procurement
· Responsible for the personnel development and training of the Engineers, Designers, and clerical support within the Discipline Team.
· May coordinate the review and implementation of new and revised company Standards and Procedures as leader of North American Design Discipline COE's.
· Assure that relevant Design and Technical Standards are consistently and correctly applied to capital investments and technical support across the Sites.
· Provide leadership to assure that interdisciplinary checking of design work is performed.
· Assure consistent compliance with regulatory requirements and site master planning guidelines.
· Determines which design work is performed by outside resources, and for monitoring and evaluating performance/quality of the design work of outside engineering firms.
· Develop and implement a strategy for document control services for project and other related functions.
· Responsible for managing work in the Detail Design Database and tracking performance KPIs such as man-hour and schedule indices for each discipline. Implement work process improvements to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the design group.
· Manage/foster contractor in house and outside relationship.
The Company will purchase the Candidate’s existing home in a relocation package if the home does not sell. Travel—50%. Send resume to email@example.com
$80000 – 490000 + bonus
High Point, NC
QUALIFICATIONS . Bachelor's degree
in chemistry, chemical engineering, engineering, or an alternate field of
specialization will be considered depending on the nature of the degree, work
experience, other training or combination thereof.. . 10+ years of quality
systems experience with 5+ years as a Manager . Excellent
working knowledge of the Microsoft suite of products (Word, Excel,
PowerPoint, and Visio) . Team oriented and small
team leadership experience required. . Understand the fundamentals of
business management systems, and the standards that govern them (e.g.,
ISO9000; TS16949, etc.). . Proficiency in English language - both written and
oral skills with peers to upper management. . Manufacturing experience,
especially in a quality role with quality systems implementation experience.
. Process mapping and development; SPC charting, and other statistical tools
experience a plus. . Ability to read, comprehend and follow safety
instructions and safety guidelines. . Dedicated and committed safety
leadership and presence. . Ability to add, subtract,
multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common
fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to
analyze data. . Ability to interact effectively with internal and external
customers. . Ability to work independently. . Ability to multi-task and
balance priorities. . Analytical reasoning and problem solving skills. .
Coaching/teaching and decision making skills.
RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: . Follow all established safety rules and procedures. . Demonstrate integrity while performing duties as per company's Code of Conduct. . Identifies deficiencies in business processes; prioritize the work load, and leads cross-functional teams of associates to effectively implement preventative and corrective action. . Ensures those standard requirements specific to the quality systems management team, such as document control, customer complaint handling, and the like are met, and that the business processes that support these requirements are effective. . Promotes quality systems awareness through regular communication with all associates; ensures the entire staff understands what is required for the effective implementation of a quality system. . Prepares reports and regularly presents to management with feedback on the condition of the management system; ensures management understands what must be done to correct non-conformities. . Develop specific training programs, and encourages each associate to adopt an objective facts based- approach to business process improvement. . Manages internal and external management systems audit processes so that line management is aware and prepared for these activities. Ensures the audit process is effective, and that corrective or preventative actions necessitated as a result of the process are effectively implemented. . Leads and ensures all activity associated with achieving third party certification is effective and that communication with, and management of, the registrar is effective; this includes the registrar selection process. . Stays abreast of changes to management systems standards, and ensures these changes are reflected in the sites business process. . Maintain contact with external professional quality organizations and consultants; stays abreast of changes in quality management concepts and ideas.. . Support the development of external suppliers by working with purchasing, and other functional areas, to ensure supplier requirements are known and met. . Works with sales and marketing to ensure significant customer problems are effectively managed and solved. . Support activities associated with the global operations team. . Leads and directs the work of others.
$125,000 - $140,000 plus bonus
The Maintenance Manager is a key member of the site leadership team and is responsible for the safe, efficient, and effective performance of the site's maintenance department. This position oversees a team of approximately 75 exempt and hourly employees responsible for maintenance and reliability of a large modern chemical plant.
This position reports directly to the General Manager, supporting the vision of operational excellence. Job Responsibilities: Sets expectations and holds people accountable for excellence in Health, Safety, and Environmental performance. Models the appropriate behavior. Staffs, manages, and develops exempt and hourly employees to build the leaders of the future. Ensures effective programs in safety, cost control and reporting, and manpower training, development, and utilization. Insures that accounting procedures, work order systems, equipment records, and preventive maintenance programs are effective and being implemented as designed. Responsible for long-range planning and execution of maintenance activities relative to turnarounds, expansions, etc. Work with other manufacturing sites to share best practices for turnaround planning, equipment repairs, preventative/predictive maintenance strategies, and technical training/development of crafts people. Develop relationships with contractors, suppliers and service companies that support the maintenance group. Monitor contractor's performance to ensure they abide by all of plants standards and are safe, competent and competitive providers. Directs and/or recommends necessary changes to plant processes, equipment, procedures, or staffing to meet operational objectives. Establish performance metrics and develop a system to achieve and maintain performance.
$165,000 - $210,000 + bonus + stock!
Exciting Principal Process Engineer job in the Houston area. Company will relocate the right candidate from anywhere in the US.
is a publicly-traded company that is a developer of alternative fuels
technology. They are in a growth mode and need a Principal Process Engineer
for their Houston office (2 miles from the Galleria). This is a Senior
technical position reporting to the Director of Engineering.
$95,000 - $130,000 + 10% BONUS
Process Control Engineer serves as a technical resource and lead for capital and
improvement projects. The Engineer will direct and lead both plant and
contract resources in the areas of Instrumentation & Controls. Bachelor's
degree in Engineering, Preferably Electrical. Minimum 6+ year's leadership
experience in application of process instrumentation and DCS controls in the
chemical process industry. Experience
in executing process control projects.
Experience with problem solving/ troubleshooting and data
analysis. Experience working with
external contractors on process automation projects. Strong interpersonal communication skills,
both written and verbal. Proficient
use of business software (MS Word, Excel and Outlook)
the development, planning and execution of projects focused on process instrumentation,
DCS controls, and PLC controls for the facility. Specify field instruments and control
systems and design their installation for various assigned projects. Function as a project engineer for I&C
projects that utilize outside resources for engineering design. Provide instrument and controls technical
support to Operations and Maintenance.
0The process control engineer is involved in Safety Integrity Level
(SIL) determination, Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS), and designing or
modifying the basic process controls system. Establishes project goals and
$110.000 - $120,000 + BONUS
The primary role of the Reliability Engineer is to identify and manage asset reliability risks that could adversely affect chemical plant or business operations.
Requirements: BS Degree in Mechanical Engineering Ten plus years engineering experience in a production, manufacturing or plant environment. Experience working in a safe manner that promotes the health and well-being of the individual and the environment. Analytical thinking and problem solving skills. Communication and presentation skills sufficient to communicate thoughts succinctly to Management. Routine communication with customers and vendors. Have a solid background using PC software applications including Microsoft Office Suite. Be familiar with applicable codes, regulations and standards Must successfully complete a pre-employment physical and drug screen Must successfully obtain a Transportation Worker Identification Credential card (TWIC)
RESPONSIBILITIES: Work with Project Engineers to ensure the
reliability and maintainability of new and modified installation Participate
in the development of design and installation specifications along with
commission plans Participate in the final check-out of new installations to
assure adherence to functional specifications Track the production losses and
abnormally high maintenance cost assets and find ways to reduce those losses
or high costs through root cause analysis, plan approval, then facilitate
implementation Guides efforts to ensure reliability and maintainability of
equipment, processes, utilities, facilities, controls and safety/security
systems Provides input to a risk management plan that will anticipate
reliability related and non-reliability related risks that could adversely
impact plant operations Develops engineering solutions to repetitive failures
and all other problems that adversely affect plant operations Insures that proper
safety procedures are specified and
documented on all planned jobs
$95,000 - $120,000
job opportunity in beautiful Rockies area! Major fuels refiner has
replacement position open for Refinery Reliability Engineer. This person
performing this job will be integral in developing and managing the asset
reliability plan for a specific assigned area of the refinery and will work
to ensure that company strategic business plans are met. Position reports to
the Reliability Manager.
$95,000 - $135,000 + 20% Bonus
A BS degree in Engineering is required preferably Chemical or Mechanical Engineering. Minimum 10+ years of Engineering experience and minimum 5+ years of Project Management experience chemical plant design, procurement, and construction.
This job requires the following experience and training:
Customer Focus - identification of customer needs and required actions to assure that customers feel understood and satisfied. Work Management - ability to plan, prioritize and organize work and ensure adequate allocation of resources. Influencing and Impact - the ability to impress, convince or influence others. Organizational Awareness - the ability to identify, understand and utilize the power of relationships in one's own or other organizations (including customers, suppliers etc.).
Industrial experience regarding chemical plant design, procurement, and construction. Requires understanding of best practices for project management work processes. Familiarity with company Technical standards, accounting practices, and procurement policies. Must have general computer skills. User knowledge of SAP project functions preferred. Must have generic competencies of analytical thinking, communication and interpersonal understanding, initiative, team working and team leadership, and quality orientation/attention to detail.
Develops project scopes, generates and/or obtains cost estimates, and prepares appropriation funding requests. Ensures that appropriate project safety reviews are completed as required both before and after approval. Utilizes applicable Value Based Engineering (VBE) Process to optimize project scope and costs. Seeks compliance with all environmental, safety, and health requirements, and promotes a safe working environment for project execution.
Develops and maintains partnerships with assigned project manufacturing representatives to execute projects from initial scoping and funding, through detailed engineering and procurement, to startup and commissioning, and then final documentation and closure. Requests and coordinates required process and design engineering and design resources, whether from the site or corporate groups or outside engineering vendors, to prepare engineering design deliverables and to procure equipment, fabricated materials, and services.
Adheres to current corporate and plant requirements for equipment/materials specifications and vendor preferences. May also provide support as a discipline engineer for assigned projects, based on engineering degree, background, or experience. Maintains SAP project data entries, monitors project progress through scheduling and other tools, performs project status reporting, and controls spending through appropriate tracking, forecasting, and adjustments.
Performs procurement activities as required, including preparing specifications, issuing requisitions, evaluating bids, and dealing with vendors. Works with Procurement and complies with applicable guidelines. Requests necessary construction and commissioning resources from Construction and others as required to install the scope of work.
Monitors and supports construction activities to ensure that projects are completed according to the design deliverables, quality standards, and plant requirements, and that pre-startup safety reviews are conducted.
Follows through to ensure that Operations achieves a successful project startup, and that any project-related action items are completed. Closes projects per guidelines, and ensures proper documentation of files, records, databases, and drawings to meet regulatory and company requirements. Promotes identification of lessons learned from completed projects to improve work practices. Responsible for coordinating work with MSS, CES and third party services as needed to provide the best and most efficient services to the customer.
The Company will purchase the Candidate’s existing home in a relocation package if the home does not sell. Travel—50%. Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
$130,000 - $140,000
Process Engineer opportunity with major fuels refiner. Clear growth path to
Tech Manager over the next two years. Great chance to work in the Rocky
Mountains in a refinery that is undergoing major equipment updates (new crude
unit). Base salary up to $140K with
25% bonus potential, 6% 401K match, and typically 3-4% profit sharing. Fabulous location with no state sales tax.
Process Controls Engineer - Chemical Industry
Pittsburgh (Monongahela), PA
$90,000 - $105,000 + 15% Annual Bonus + Home Buyout
Company will purchase a Candidate's home in a relocation package if the home does not sell. 10% Travel is required
Creating and maintaining the plant SCADA software systems to company standards (currently Wonderware InTouch). Developing and maintaining the plant DCS and PLC programs to insure efficient plant performance. Ensuring backups of all controls systems. Development of documentation of all control systems and the archiving of this documentation. Creating and maintaining plant production reporting systems (such as downtime, web based, application based, etc.). Maintaining plant historical data collection systems. Ensuring all EPA required data warehousing and reports are maintained. Managing development of all maintenance, production, and engineering control system programming. Managing the up-keep of plant control network and plant control computers. Maintenance of critical software safety interlocks for plant equipment in DCS and PLC systems. Assuring proper design, installation, preventive maintenance, and repair of equipment and systems according to regulatory and Company standards. Supplying technical expertise to operations and maintenance in the controls areas. Providing leadership to the maintenance resources in the relevant controls and E&I functions, and assisting in or executing small projects. Performing other duties as assigned by management.
Requires Bachelors plus 5 years or equivalent industrial experience required in a chemical or other similar manufacturing environment. Experience with Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) programming and/or Distributed Control Systems (DCS), automation, and instrumentation required. (Function block, sequential function logic, and ladder logic programming experience), Strong interpersonal skills are required to interface with other departments on and off site. Strong technical skills to help troubleshoot problems in the different manufacturing areas. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Experience in chemical plant operation preferred. Knowledge of chemical unit and material handling operations preferred. Send resume to email@example.com.
$90,000 - $110,000
New Martinsville, WV
BSEE or BSEET with a minimum of 4 years experience in an Industrial Manufacturing plant. Must be experienced managing maintenance work groups associated with the I&E work groups within an industrial plant setting. Chemical Plant experience preferred but not a pre-requisite. Must be experienced with a minimum of 4 years in the I&E equipment field but also capable of performing the necessary administrative functions associated with a maintenance superintendent level. Directs and coordinates, through subordinate supervisory personnel, subordinate engineers, activities of workers engaged in repair, maintenance, and installation of machines, tools, and equipment, and in maintenance of instrument and electrical equipment located at the plant. Reviews job orders to determine work priorities. Schedules repair, maintenance, and installation of machines, tools, and equipment to ensure continuous production operations. Allocates activities of workers fabricating or modifying machines, tools, or equipment. Oversees and manages supervisors, engineers, and planner/schedulers associated with the electrical maintenance workgroup including the Instrument trades group. Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Civil/Structural Engineer Sr/Staff
$100k-$130k+ 20% Bonus + Home Buyout
This position is responsible for providing Civil and Structural engineering support for several of our Regional Service Centers. You will need to be able to communicate effectively in teams and with leadership to support and review the proper design, purchase and installation of Civil and Structural systems according to regulatory and company standards. Areas of responsibility include executing small and medium complexity projects for the Civil / Structural discipline providing support in the development of basic and detailed design of new plants and their infrastructure. You will also be responsible for providing support to civil, structural and engineering in expansions and debottlenecking of existing plants and infrastructure facilities for conception, design, and execution phases of projects, in coordination with Project Managers and other Design Disciplines. This includes project scope development, conceptual planning, estimating, detailed design, project execution, and coordination of capital and expense projects. Additionally, this position provides support for the interpretation of building codes, evaluations of existing facilities and provides expertise, knowledge, and interpretations in ACI, AISC, ASCE, IBC, and other applicable Codes and Standards. You will provide technical support for Discipline Engineers and Designers (in-house and/or third party engineering firms) during the engineering phase of the projects. This insures quality design, cost/scope compliance, and scheduling activities are met as related to Civil, Structural, Engineering and Design. Participation on teams, internal committees and on ad hoc assignments to expected to support the Civil, Structural and Architectural discipline. This includes interaction with other sites and North American personnel to review, validate, and provide feedback on new and revised Technical Standards, Corporate policies and procedures. Centers of Expertise (CoE's) and peer working teams are examples. Company will purchase a Candidate's home in a relocation package if the home does not sell. 50% Travel is required
Required: Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil / Structural Engineering. 6 or more years of experience in civil / structural design engineering related roles. At least 4 years of Civil / Structural engineering experience in the chemical, petrochemical or a similar manufacturing industry. Available for up to 50% travel in support of the business. Solid computer skills including Microsoft Office software Preferred skills and experience: Professional Engineer License. STAADPro structural design software. Working knowledge of Geotechnical Engineering including: Railroad, road and drainage design. Ability to work on multiple small projects and tasks at one time. Send resume to email@example.com.
Project Engineer (Chemical)
$80,000 - $90,000
Bloomington/ Peoria, IL
Excellent growth opportunity as this facility and company. Great benefits including home purchase. Will provide project management and technical support for the operation and construction of the Peoria, IL facility Qualifications A minimum of a Bachelor's degree in Engineering is required. A minimum of 3 years of experience in a chemical plant environment, or related industry is required. A minimum of eight to 3 years of project management experience, ideally in excess of $100k, is required. Experience with distillation/fractionation, light hydrocarbons, API Standards and pipelines a plus. Experience with Process Modeling software, such as Hysys, is preferred. Must be proficient in balancing multiple priorities and activities, and be able to meet deadlines in a timely and accurate manner. Must be detailed oriented with the ability to handle fast-paced projects with constantly changing priorities and scope. Must be willing and able to travel 10% with minimal overnights. Responsibilities Work on capital projects in the 100k-500k range Monitor the financial status, schedule compliance, and execution of projects managed subordinates. Ensure timely and accurate reporting on all projects in the department. Interface with management, accounting, commercial, and other stakeholders on AFE submittals, budget, and schedule issues. Coordinate and manage capital projects in accordance with established policies and procedures. Prepare requests for proposal for outside consultants; prepare bid packages, reviews bids, conducts consultant selection process, and make recommendation for award of contract. Coordinate project activities; assigns tasks and provide guidance to personnel responsible for specific functions or phases of the project. Oversee assigned projects to ensure that implementation and prescribed activities are carried out in accordance with specified objectives. Monitor project costs and schedule to ensure that the project does not exceed the approved budget and stays within prescribed timeline. Review the work of other project managers and consultants to ensure that the Company's standards and contractual requirements are being met cost effectively. Ensure compliance with all steps of OSHA 1910.119/Process Safety Management and DOT regulations. Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
$130,000 - $140,000++
Casper, WY USA
Process Engineer opportunity with major fuels refiner. Clear growth path to Tech
Manager over the next two years. Great chance to work in the Rocky Mountains
in a refinery that is undergoing major equipment updates (new crude unit).
Base salary up to $140K with 25% bonus potential, 6% 401K match, and
typically 3-4% profit sharing. Fabulous location with no state sales tax.
$110.000 - $135,000 + 15-20% Bonus + Home Buyout
This position is responsible for providing Project Cost Estimating expertise for the Regional Service Centers (RSC's) for global chemical firm. The position requires a strong ability to communicate effectively in teams. The function will operate with almost no supervision. Incumbent of this position will serve as an assigned RSC's cost estimator in support of providing capital cost estimating expertise and various cost analyses to Business Units.
Areas of responsibility include executing small to medium complexity projects managed by the Regional Service Centers as well as support to technical development alternatives as needed. These include but are not limited to support in providing cost estimating support on highly complexity projects when needed Project scopes will be diverse and the incumbent will also have to deal with multiple projects at the same time at multiple sites/locations. Additionally, this position will mentor and coach engineers, Project Managers and Engineering Partners in the timely and accurate preparation of information and cost estimates. Proper balance of the workload as well as appropriate distribution of the cost estimating activities will be also responsibility of this individual. This position is responsible to plan, organize and coordinate with engineering partners, Disciplines Leads, Engineering Partners Discipline Leads and Project Teams as it pertains to contemplated work on assigned project cost estimates. Activities are performed with almost no guidance while managing complex projects. Demonstrated competency in Regional and cross-organizational coordination in a complex structure of teams and tasks is required. Main responsibilities include but not limited to: Provide cost estimating services to support capital projects executed by the Regional Services Centers throughout North America. Key roles and responsibilities include: Support the development of conceptual and detailed cost estimates for capital projects and technical activities: study grade (+/- 50%) through appropriation grade (+/- 10%) Perform studies and analysis Perform bid analysis for service contracts Perform estimating to validate supplier pricing and construction FCOs Evaluate alternatives developed during conceptual planning Assist in the development and improvement of cost estimating and cost control tools and processes. Establish work breakdown structures and preparing Cost reports
Requires BS Degree in Engineering or Construction Management, with at least 6 years of professional experience. At least 5 years of experience in capital project cost estimating and 2 years of experience in conceptual cost estimating. Familiarity with engineering, purchasing, accounting and construction practices with respect to cost estimating workflow in the chemical, petrochemical or related manufacturing industry is also required. Good working knowledge of estimating, engineering, procurement, accounting, and construction practices gained from minimum of 5 years of direct experience. Strong Analytical skills Excellent computer skills (Microsoft Office) Excellent quality orientation and attention to detail Strong teamwork and communication skills. Position requires that the individual is able to translate cost estimating terminology into business terminology to explain to customers and partners. Participates in continuing education (engineering disciplines and the construction field) and professional organizations
The Company will purchase the Candidate's existing home in a relocation package if the home does not sell. Travel-25%. Send resume to email@example.com.
$80,000 - $105,000 +15% Bonus + Home Buyout
New Pipeline Project Opportunities
North and South Dakota
Manager Pipeline Operations
Pipeline Operations Supervisor
Pipeline Tech Supervisor – Mechanical
Pipeline Field Engineer
This client is a publicly traded partnership formed in 2002 to acquire, own and operate a diverse mix of crude oil and refined products pipelines, and terminal and storage facilities, as well as crude oil acquisition and marketing assets. Their business is characterized by extensive industry and safety experience, strong financial fundamentals, and operational flexibility.
USD $200,000 - $300,000*
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
* base salary, transportation, housing, medical insurance, 30 working days' vacation and return ticket to home a yr. Salary is tax free. The role can be single or family status. Canadians or US citizen preferred.
As the Snr. Plant and Efficiency Engineer you will provide the necessary engineering support for client's engineering solutions including; plant performance analysis, identification and implementation of plant performance improvement projects, analysis of plant operating costs (fuel, water, electricity, chemicals), provision of technical guidance to the maintenance team to optimize strategy with respect to plant performance, provision of day-to-day technical guidance to the operations team to optimize plant performance, lead the planning and execution of the annual net dependable capacity test (NDCT) including reporting, provision of technical analysis of the PWPA fuel demand model (FDM), and reporting on the same.
WORK THAT WILL BE PERFORMED
1. Ensures that work is carried out safely and to the requirements of International Engineering Standards and inspection requirements and as per own set QHSE policies and procedures.
2. Prepares and implements the plant performance monitoring and optimization strategy
3. Prepares a daily, weekly, monthly plant performance report, as per International best practice, with technical guidance to optimize plant performance and operating costs (fuel, water, electricity, chemicals, equipment degradation)
4. Provides day-to-day technical guidance to the O&M team, in order to optimize plant performance and to take preventive and /or corrective actions
5. Identifies plant performance improvement projects and prepares techno-economic assessments based on PWPA and FDM framework for the same, for submission to the project company/shareholders
6. Lead the planning and execution of the annual net dependable capacity test (NDCT)
7. Analyze the plant performance and efficiency, with respect to the plant fuel demand model (FDM), to take preventive or corrective actions and prepare I submit the related report(s)
8. Works as a member of the Plant O&M team, to make continuous improvements to safety, plant efficiency, plant output and availability.
9. Partake in our Emiratisation Programme by training new and existing staff members to acquire new skills and better job practices.
10. Performs other similar or related duties as and when assigned by Technical Support Manager.
11. Complies with all safety and environmental rules
12. Continuous updating of information related to job practices and "health, safety & environmental protections" (Toolbox Talks)
ACCOUNTABILITY FOR ACTIONS & IMPACTS
1. Accountable for identifying maximum achievable plant availability/ reliability within the allocated budget and planned timescales. Accountable for establishing adopted international technical, environmental, and safety standards
2. Works independently on broad assignments according to general directives policies, Company objective, and programmes.
3. Refers to Technical Support Manager on major issues. Work accomplishments are subject to general review by the department manager
1 Bachelor's degree Mechanical, Chemical or Electrical Engineering (minimum education); 2 Extensive experienced in thermodynamics and fluid mechanics process. 3 Ten years' experience in power generation and water production field or similar, with at least five years working as a plant performance specialist in combined and conventional power plants. 4 Experience in MS Office, MS SharePoint, Advanced MS Excel and MS Access, ABB Optimax/PGIM and /or PI (Process Book), and GE Gate Cycle and I or Thermoflow are mandatory. 5 Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English. Capable of writing complicated technical reports and power point presentations. 6 Comfortable working in the field as well as in an office environment for extended hours. 7 Excellent technical troubleshooting skills. Send resume to Kathleen Porter at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Development & Assistant Operations Manager - Artificial Lift
$100,000 - $130,000 + 15-20% Bonus + Home Purchase!
This position will be directly part of the Petrochemicals division technology team and reports to the Petrochemicals Technology and Safety Director. The CPN technology team is part of the overall petrochemicals technology team and thus has accountability to the Global technology process team. The position will ensure our production units have access to and implement the best technical solutions for the production of Acrylic Monomers. Technology supports all EHS efforts with an emphasis on process safety of our plants and the safe handling of our products. 15% Travel is required
Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering or a Master of Science degree in Chemistry. A minimum of (6) years professional experience and at least (5) years experience in a chemical manufacturing or technology role. Desired: 5 or more years of experience in Acrylic Acid or Acrylic Monomers operations, engineering or technology. Five (5) years experience in a leadership role in manufacturing or engineering Five (5) years experience in petrochemical operations Completed formal Process Safety training.
Company will purchase a Candidate's home in a relocation package if the home does not sell. US legal residents only – no visa candidates.
Send resume to email@example.com.
$114k-$132k+ 15-20% Annual Bonus
BS Engineering with 5+ years experience in Chemical Plant or Paper Industry Production/Operations Engineering. The client will take someone with Chemical Plant Industry Experience in the Production of Chemicals. Prefer applicants with continuous processing experience, not batch operations.
Responsible for the safe and reliable operation of the recovery and utilities department Lead the department to efficiently convert black liquor to white liquor through the recovery process, thereby producing steam for the entire site Utilize additional boilers to supplement steam demand Manage all power generation equipment. Ensure that all equipment operates with minimal impact on the environment and within permit limits. Guide both salaried and hourly staff in meeting mill goals. Involved in budgeting, planning, scheduling & cost control for BPM Work with maintenance to maximize equipment reliability Champion cost reduction efforts throughout the department. Play a major role in mill energy programs. Work with operations group to develop training, as needed. Assist in planning and execution of the annual outage. Coach operations personnel to successfully interact as a team in a safe and efficient operation. A personal dedication to safety, including proactive support of efforts to create a culture of safety excellence. Overall mechanical knowledge. Supervisory experience. Working knowledge of SAP and computer systems Builds positive relationships and works well across departments. Flexible; effectively uses time & resources to achieve results. Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
$120,000 - $150,000
$90,000 - $130,000
New Orleans, LA
Provide general mechanical project engineering support to the operation and maintenance of a chemical manufacturing plant. · Lead mechanical reliability program to achieve best in class results in terms of reliability of the operation and life-cycle cost for rotating and fixed equipment in world class solids manufacturing and handling facility. · Support Reliability Centered Manufacturing initiatives aimed at improving occupancy and efficiency of the process. · Provide mechanical engineering expertise in the resolution of equipment failures, the selection or evaluation of plant equipment, and the operation of fixed and rotating equipment. · Monitor mean time between equipment failures and perform root cause analysis to identify solutions to eliminate chronic equipment problems.
KEY SKILL's (Must have): · Excellent cost focus and desire for continuous improvement. · Capable of drawing others to action; able to influence others to targeted outcomes. · Self motivated, highly skilled, team player with exceptional cost focus. · Desire and patience to teach craftsmen. QUALIFICATIONS (Must have): · BS in Mechanical Engineering from an accredited university. · 8-20 years of related experience in a Chemical, Petrochemical or petroleum production or refining facility. · Familiarity with all aspects of rotating and reciprocating equipment and vessel and piping systems common in Chemical plants. · Experience with ASME, API standards and reliability best practices. Send resume to email@example.com.
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