To support all process engineering and systems engineering work in AP India
In general the Indian Process and Systems resource will be focused on Indian projects but, they will act as an outreach of the Hersham (UK) team and can be used as additional labor for non-Indian projects if Hersham is short of resource or India is short of work. The projects will be any air separation plant or Hydrogen and CO plants globally.
Process engineering support (70%)
Local support to bids, attending customer meetings, developing relationships. Running aspen simulations for various operating cases
Collecting plant data and providing design feedback to Hersham team
Performance testing and start up support (for 1 week to 2 months at site)
Process design work, initially, for basic SVD equipment and Front End designs (e.g. TSA, DCAC, CWT)
PFD, Heat & Material balance, Line sizing, PSV sizing, Control valve sizing, pump sizing
Support any future HYCO activities
Plant assessment support and plant trouble shooting support for after sales CPS team.
Process Systems / PID Management Support (30%)
P&ID Coordination interfacing with EPC clarifying issues
Interfaces and Tie in coordination and data collection
Process engineer is responsible for ensuring the timely production of quality work and deliverables, ensuring it is adequately reviewed and communicated to relevant engineers of all disciplines.
Responsible for ensuring all process work prepared is suitable for checking, ensuring that the checking is completed and that any changes are incorporated and rechecked.
Organise work so that he/she can meet deadlines as dictated by project schedules or his/her direct supervisor. Brief his/her supervisor at any time on the status of tasks for which he/she is responsible.
Support and contribute to AP’s low cost sourcing activities.
ASSIGNMENT AND REVIEW OF WORK
Work will be assigned and reviewed by Process Technology Manager
The Process engineer will refer back to the Process engineering lead on project specific issues, as well as data collection work, performance testing and plant commissioning.
The process engineer will adhere to all AP safety policies, appropriate engineering standards, engineering procedures and industry standards.
KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:
An Engineering Degree (or equivalent) in Chemical Engineering with minimum of four to seven years’ experience in a relevant industry of which at least three years should have involved in process design of unit operations and process.
Experience comparable with the grade in a relevant industry preferably will have involved LASU (Large Air Separation Unit) design.
Start-up, commissioning or plant operating experience an advantage
Cryogenic Air Separation and flammable gas plant experience preferred
Excellent written and spoken English and strong communication skills
Must be familiar with an engineering organisation, the function of each discipline and how they interact and the function of the various support groups globally.
Experience of ASPEN software and associated modules is an advantage
Knowledge and experience of plant layouts and model review meetings and software
Experience and knowledge to effectively communicate issues and ideas
Passport, internationally mobile.
MOST CHALLENGING PART OF JOB:
Thoroughness in the deliverables
Travelling globally with short notice