Overview / Responsibilities
Wood is currently recruiting for a Senior Process Engineer to join our team in Brisbane. Reporting to the Discipline Lead Engineer, the successful applicant will be part of a busy project team delivering projects for our clients in the Oil & Gas, water and renewables industries. Responsibilities
- Process engineering services to the client, ranging from conceptual, front-end, detailed design, as-built and close-out activities for timely delivery of project deliverables according to approved schedules
- Completes a variety of complex process engineering computations, Hysys / UniSim simulation (steady state & dynamic) modelling, prepare PFDs, P&IDs, heat and material balances, instruments and equipment data sheets, utilities and chemical summaries
- Performs hydraulics and overpressure/blowdown calculations and participates in safety reviews
Skills / Qualifications
- Degree in Chemical Engineering
- Able to apply the theories, codes and standards appropriate to the Process discipline
- Design engineering related experience within the Hydrocarbon industry and more specifically in the Onshore and Offshore Oil & Gas production industry - preferred
- Experience of participation in HAZOP, HAZID and SIL rating studies - preferred
- Experience with Hysys essential, UniSim experience highly regarded
Candidates must have full work rights in Australia to be considered for this role.
If you're a Senior Process Engineer, ready for your next project, then we are keen to hear from you today.
Apply now and take the next step in your career with this exciting opportunity!
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