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Senior Process Engineer

  • Brentford, England, GB
  • May 1, 2023
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Energy Resourcing are currently recruiting for a Senior Process Engineer to join their client's London project delivery team on a 12-month contract basis.

  • Manage process engineering services that meet our client and their customer's applicable statutory and regulatory specifications, on time and within budget.
  • Manage process engineering project requirements.
  • Participate in relevant meetings, prepare progress reports, and comply with required checking procedures
  • Ensure the project scope is clear and that changes comply with project change management processes
  • Provide advice during procurement, construction, and commissioning activities. For example, oversee requisitions, technical bid evaluations, and purchase order preparation.
  • Act as the process engineering Lead on specific projects
  • Outline project requirements including actively promoting workshare, where appropriate, assigning tasks and supervising progress, and ensuring the required services meet our client and its customer's statutory and regulatory requirements, on time and within budget.
  • Proactively resolve any discrepancies between our client and its Customer's requirements.
  • Keep up-to-date with the latest developments and technical innovations in process engineering.
  • If required, assist and support junior personnel within the process engineering team.
  • Communicate effectively with the process engineering team and project stakeholders, including the Customer.
  • Identify issues and problems, develop appropriate solutions, and ask for assistance when required.

  • A recognised and relevant engineering degree
  • Chartered Professional Engineer (CPEng) status
  • Relevant postgraduate qualifications in engineering, management, project management, or supervisory qualifications or equivalent
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