API Process Engineer
API PROCESS ENGINEER - NORTH EAST - COMPETITIVE SALARY + COMPANY PACKAGE
A leading chemical plant are looking for API Process Engineer's to join their expanding manufacturing site based in the North East.
As the Process Engineer the main responsibility for the role will be to carry out process engineering design, costing, procurement, installation, hand-over and commissioning of new capital projects and provide technical support to the manufacturing facility. You will be complying and conducting all HSE audits and risk requirements, assessments and conducting HAZOP studies ensuring compliance with COMAH critical aspects of the Process Safety Management System and Major Accident Prevention Policy (MAPP) where relevant to the Process Engineer's responsibility. There will be duties such as developing projects scopes and detailing design specifications as well as specifying and selecting new process equipment. You will also be required to assess existing equipment in line with COSHH supporting safety reviews.
To be considered for the role candidates will need to hold a Chemical / Process Engineering Degree and ideally have a background in a Fine Chemical or API / Primary Pharmaceutical manufacturing facility with 3 years minimum experience in batch processing of fine chemicals or a pharmaceutical sector. In addition to this, experience working on COMAH regulated sites and experience within HAZOP, plant design / P&ID's would be beneficial. It would be advantageous if candidates had additional experience with reaction mixing, crystallisation, heat transfer, distillation, filtration, drying or materials handling.
There are competitive salaries / company packages for these roles and flexibility for the right individual will depend upon experience.
In order to apply for this role please forward your CV to ***************************** or call Lucy on ************ for further details.
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