Ian C Hull BA (Hons) Dip RP
25 days ago
Process Engineer - 1 year maternity cover contract position based at Natrium House Winnington, Northwich.
Tata Chemicals Europe is embarking on a major £70m investment programme to build a number of key strategic new plants and assets over the next 3 years. To deliver these strategic investments a Projects Group has been set up comprising of senior and experienced experts. The Projects Group is now looking to recruit a number of experienced projects professionals to help deliver these exciting projects.
The Process Engineer will join a group who will be responsible for process engineering design of key sections of the plant to include flow diagrams, heat and mass balances, equipment selection and sizing and all other necessary process engineering design activities. Design experience in inorganic chemistry, solid handling and crystallisation would be valuable but not compulsory. It is essential that the engineer is experienced in LOPA, DSEAR, Hazop. FSA experience would also be an advantage.
Reporting to the Head of technology the Process Engineer will be responsible for process engineering design of key sections of the plant.
Process engineering design will include equipment selection which may involve trials on and off site.
Detailed design including equipment and instrument sizing, control philosophy and material selection.
Work with the project manager and project team to deliver the project on time and to budget
Engage in Hazard, Operability and LOPA studies
Work with the site team to ensure that the project can be integrated into site operations seamlessly.
Work with the construction and commissioning teams to ensure that the plant design fulfils the requirements all interested parties
Degree level Process Engineer with minimum 5 years project experience
Chartered Process Engineer
Design Experience of major projects from inception to conclusion.
Exceptional, demonstrable, safety awareness and ethos.
Working knowledge of LOPA
Solid and Slurry handling
Food / Pharma / Chemical industry