Chartered Chemical Engineer

Marketplace Technical
From £35,000 to £40,000 per annum
07 Oct 2016
20 Oct 2016
Contract Type
Leading Chemical and API Manufacturer requires a Chartered Chemical Engineer. The ideal candidate will be responsible for the following: • Initiation, design, implementation and commissioning of Plant Modification Proposals, to modify existing plant, including all relevant hazard assessments and HAZOPs. • Deciding the scope and extent of hazard assessment required relevant to the process, carrying out calculations, deciding on and implementing testing programmes to obtain further data, initiating and leading HAZOPs as required, and revising designs accordingly, and maintaining the risk assessment record system. • Ensuring all chemical engineering work is in compliance with Statutory Regulations and Codes of Practice. • Liaise with the Project Engineering section to develop the plant design, layout, costing and proposals for authorisation. • Act as the Chemical Engineering expert on Process Improvement Groups and Project teams and advise Research Department, on practical solutions to develop process routes for new and existing processes. • Advise other Engineers, Customers, Contractors and Consultants on technical matters covering design, safety, materials of construction and processing techniques. • Act as Project Leader to specified projects with responsibility for expenditure budget, overall design, completion to agreed targets and operating performance. • Organisation of design and commissioning work and requests for resources, to achieve the required Production budget. Qualifications, skills and experience: • Chartered Chemical engineer with relevant industry experience • Experience of managing projects and budgets • Developing new processes and improvise existing ones. • On-plant experience in commissioning and practical trouble shooting skills • Preferable to have experience working on a COMAH site • Experience of DSEAR methodology • Experience of SIL and LOPA assessments This job was originally posted as