Process Engineers

Senior and Process Engineer                         (1 year Contract, renewable) 
Job Summary
Responsible for the execution of process design involving preparation of calculations and review of process design drawings in accordance to customer specifications, applicable codes, standards and other generally accepted practices in the design of industrial plants such as petrochemical and oil refineries.

Duties & Responsibilities
• To lead a process team to carry out process design engineering work in feasibility studies, Front End Engineering Design (FEED) and detail engineering design (Senior Role).
• To generate project specifications, design philosophy, PFDs, P&IDs, calculations, operation manuals to comply with clients’ requirement.
• To carry out process simulations and develop heat and material balances;  process design for reactors, columns, drums, heat exchangers, tanks and develop respective process datasheets.
• To carry out hydraulic design for pumps, compressors, blowers and develop respective process datasheets.
• To conduct or attend P&ID design reviews, HAZOP, IPF, SIL studies, 3D model reviews.
• To check design outputs, datasheets and drawings prepared.
• To support the Construction Team during construction phase and carry out site checks.
• To support the Commissioning Team during plant or unit startup.
• To coordinate with Project Team and other Department Engineers to facilitate smooth progress of engineering work.
• To perform other functions that may be assigned by Department Manager.Requirements
• Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering.
• For Process Engineer – Minimum 3 years of experience in EPC nature of  Companies dealing with Oil & Gas, Petrochemical, Chemical and industrial plants
• For Senior Engineer – Minimum 8 years of experience expected.
• Good knowledge in PRO/II, HYSYS, HTRI, AUTOCAD and Microsoft Office.
Interested parties, please indicate your current and expected salary, reasons for leaving, earliest joined date. Send in your detailed resume in Microsoft Word to

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