Clayco is looking for a Process Engineer with enough process design experience to have designed multiple unit operations at a professional level. Depending on the position, opportunity, and mentorship available, previous experience could pace the ideal candidate with 5 - 7 years of professional experience.
The Process Engineer will be responsible for scoping and setting a design basis, process flow diagram (PFD) and material balance development, piping, and instrumentation diagram development (P&IDs), specifying process mechanical equipment, instrumentation, and assisting discipline leads in successful implementation of the process design. They will have to be comfortable with interpreting plant data, designing (with assumptions stated) on limited information, utilizing strong engineering judgement to ensure the process is safe and will meet the needs of the business.
This individual will utilize and develop internal tools as well as process engineering software such as (but not limited to) Aspen Plus, HYSYS, EDR, AFT Fathom, Arrow, or HTRI in order to complete required scope of work. They will have a familiarity with engineering practices, vendor requirements, and discipline engineering needs across multiple process industries.
An entrepreneurial mindset will help the process engineer to succeed at Clayco. While it is not required, professional licensure or passing of the fundamentals of engineering exam is preferred. Also preferred is operations, start-up, and construction experience. Graduate degree chemical engineering candidates may supplement up to 1 year of professional design experience
Clayco is a full-service, turnkey real estate development, master planning, architecture, engineering and construction firm that safely delivers clients across North America the highest quality solutions on time, on budget, and above and beyond expectations. With $4.9 billion in revenue for 2021, Clayco specializes in the "art and science of building," providing fast track, efficient solutions for industrial, commercial, institutional and residential related building projects.
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