Sr process engineer

Company Name:
Career Development Partners
Process Engineer Sr.
This job is for a Senior Process Engineer position in the Olefins Technology Group in one of the largest naphtha crackers in the world. This group was formed to support plant operations, support capital projects, and to be a long term knowledge database of cracker technology and know-how. Opportunities for long term career advancement and many interesting challenges exist within the group. Process engineering support for capital project scope development.(material and energy balances, PFD's, P&ID's, specification sheets, equipment sizing, etc...)
Operating unit support and troubleshooting for process upsets and problems.
Perform and maintain PSV calculations.
Develop and/or maintain process simulations for the operating units. (Aspen Plus, BJAC, etc...)
Perform environmental/regulatory calculations.
Participation in safety/process audits.
Develop and support process optimization efforts.
Participate and/or lead workgroups assigned to solving problems in the plant.
Find and implement new technologies in the plant.
which are accredited by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation or equivalent
BS degree in Chemical Engineering.
Requires a minimum of 8+ years of experience, preferably in process design/ optimization/ operations in petrochemical and/or associated units (olefins, aromatic extraction, metathesis, alkylation).
Knowledge in unit operations process design (heat exchangers, distillation, extraction, reactors, cooling towers, etc.)
Knowledge in the use of Computer Aided Process engineering applications (Aspen Plus, etc)
Strong understanding of Process Safety Concepts and their applications
Knowledge of OSHA, EPA and other applicable codes and regulations.
Primary Location
: United States-Texas-Port Arthur

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