Chemical - Process Engineering, Chemical Engineering
4 Year Degree
As the Lead Paper Process Engineer, responsibilities include delivery of the process engineering deliverables on time, within budget and meeting quality expectations. May require proving the supervision and technical direction of a team of process engineers on larger projects.
Key Responsibilities and Duties:
Primary responsibilities will include but not be limited to:
Promoting the culture of working safely and applying safety related concepts into process design.
Plan, organize, and oversee the process engineering activities with responsibility for quality and accuracy as well as performance budget and schedule.
Understand the project scope and deliverables. Initiate timely project change notices when deviations are made from project scope that affect the cost of the work, deliverable and/or schedule.
Establish the process design criteria for the project.
Oversee PFD and P&ID development, heat and material balances, hydraulic calculations and other process engineering tasks.
Review and approve all process engineering deliverables.
Prepare equipment specifications and assist in the development of bid packages for procurement of equipment.
Review and check vendor information and reconcile verses the process design documents.
Coordinate with design leaders from other disciplines to ensure inter-disciplinary alignment of the design effort.
Review discipline design information and design drawings for process engineering input and participate in inter-discipline design reviews.
Develop preliminary designs suitable for the level of estimate being prepared as part of a capital project development study.
Maintain familiarity with and utilize industry standards, procedures, and guidelines.
Check calculations, reports, and studies made by other engineers to ensure accuracy, as well as conformance to codes, specifications, design criteria and good engineering practices.
Travel as required for project related activities.
Qualifications, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:
Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or Paper Science from an accredited university.
Minimum of 10 years of experience in the pulp and paper industry.
Extensive knowledge of paper machine equipment, processes, and operations.
Experience in PFD and P&ID development, heat and material balances, and equipment specifications.
Good communication skills, both verbal and written.
Professional Engineering registration is a plus.
Internal Number: 001
About Yates Engineers and Constructors
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