Senior Process Engineer

Company Name:
Diamond Employment Solution
Relocation Assistance is available for this position.
As a central engineering process engineer use engineering principles and tools to design and improve manufacturing processes that involve the mixing, conversion, or reaction of raw materials through various unit operations into finished products. Frequently part of multi-functional teams providing chemical/process engineering functional expertise for project design, construction, commissioning, and start-up.
Using engineering standards and processes, develop project scope of work and cost estimates related to process systems. With the assistance of others defines, manages, and critically reviews work products from outside engineering firms to provide detailed process engineering work for projects. May perform functions of capital project manager which includes responsibility for defining overall project scope, cost, obtaining approval, procurement and construction management. Must be capable of working across different technologies across multiple business units. Frequently will manage projects or participate on project teams across multiple locations simultaneously.
Position requires about 75% TRAVEL
Key Responsibilities:
? Process engineering resource for capital project teams
? Provide process engineering feasibility analysis for potential projects or process improvements
? Lead miscellaneous engineering or administrative projects / tasks
? Provide process technical support to manufacturing operations
Revenue Responsibility: Develops expense and capital budgets for projects. Cost estimates are reviewed by others before being used for decision making. Must manage scope, actual spending, commitments, and anticipated future spending within approved budget. Typical project budgets will be less than $1M.
? 5 years professional experience in a progression of assignments developing increasing expertise in engineering discipline.
? Experience should also include 2 years of manufacturing or plant experience.

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