For one of our clients we currently seek a high calibre Process Engineer to work on a contract basis for the duration of the project. Based in Bergen op Zoom / Rotterdam, you will be working for a large company in the engineering, procurement & construction in the Oil, Gas & Petrochemical sector.
Scope of activities
Process engineers take overall responsibility for the process and process control functionality for projects in the oil, gas and (petro-) chemical industry.
The process group is a dynamic team in which technology, process design and leadership skills are combined to effectively support our clients. In addition to a solid education focusing on process design and/or process control, a strong set of personal competencies is a prerequisite for a successful process engineer.
During the conceptual engineering the process engineers develop the process configuration that best supports the client's business case. After that the process design is further developed during the following design and engineering phases and the process engineers ensure that the required functionality is maintained throughout the project.
The engineering activities include basic and detailed engineering services, primarily in support of other disciplines such as piping and instruments. P&ID development, line sizing / hydraulics, line lists, process calculations for equipment and instruments, equipment and instrument data sheets, control and safeguarding narratives, vendor document review. Activities also include Basis of Design development in cooperation with the client. Scope definition, PFD/P&ID development, writing BOD documents, safety reviews.
Towards project completion, the process engineers are involved in testing and start-up of the facility, either in a leading role or supporting the client. More senior engineers actively support the business development process by supporting clients with their definition of new projects and by preparing competitive proposals. A basic understanding of the activities and deliverables of other disciplines is helpful.
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