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Our Industrial Buildings and Facilities provide client-focused solutions in planning, engineering, and maintaining plants and facilities within the heavy industrial market. We specialize in sophisticated process engineering and simulation, materials handling, electrical and instrumentation, rotating equipment, equipment specification, controls and automation, finite element and stress analyses for piping and structural systems, HAZOPs, and risk review of plant designs. Within our positive team environment, our employees enjoy great career advancement opportunities and the chance to work on a variety of projects. We provide career opportunities as unique as you are.
We have an opportunity in our Fredericton and/or Saint John, NB office for an Intermediate or a Senior Level Process Engineer.
Maintaining strong relationships with existing clients
Providing technical support to other engineering disciplines
Development of process flow diagrams; piping and instrument diagrams; heat and material balances; equipment sizing and specificationsQualifications:
Candidate must have a degree from a recognized chemical engineering program, hold a P.Eng. designation in New Brunswick or be eligible for membership in APEGNB.
Successful applicant should have a minimum of 10 years of proven industrial process design experience. Experience in developing and managing multi-discipline project budgets and schedules would be beneficial.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills are required.
Strong overall technical expertise, including proficiency with using industry recognized simulation tools (e.g., HYSYS, ACX/STX, Fathom/Impulse, etc.) is essential.
Preference will be given to candidates with background in a variety of industries including pulp and paper, food and beverage and wood products. We are looking for a highly motivated and capable individual to work independently as part of an integrated multidiscipline team. The successful individual should possess strong communication skills and organizational capabilities.