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  • Senior Process Engineer

A crucial role within the Company, leading the development of the asset portfolio; identifying opportunities, relevant internal and external funding, and driving commercially sound execution of projects to meet transitional and future operational net zero gas targets, through the introduction of hydrogen, and other low carbon renewable income streams

The principle responsibilities will include: –

    • Development of existing asset to meet transitional and future operations with Net Zero gases. This includes developing solutions for compression, storage, and capture of hydrogen, whilst also ensuring standards, policies and procedures are suitable for the transitional phase.
    • Identifying areas for recommended plant improvement, including the coordination of the maintenance & operation of process systems, to ensure cost effective asset efficiency.
    • Progression of existing plant, equipment and projects through design work, monitoring of in-house personnel and/or engineering contractors to ensure compliance against relevant engineering standards and legislative requirements.
    • Providing leadership, direction and supervision to other discipline engineers; prioritising & developing project work scopes and schedules for the Engineering Department.

The ideal candidate will be degree qualified in Chemical, Process Engineering or equivalent, being Chartered, or close to applying. You must have an excellent understanding of relevant regulatory and safety requirements, including COMAH, preferably associated with natural gas installations. Ideally, you should also have relevant system design experience, including the development of PFDs, P&IDs, etc. in all stages of design. Possess demonstratable experience of meeting deliverables, project objectives, targets and developing innovative solutions.

The role offers fantastic opportunities to develop both own discipline skills, as well as broader engineering and business acumen. In addition, the ideal candidate will be in a unique position on a well-established asset, to have a meaningful impact on critical national infrastructure, taking responsibility to maximise  improvements and drive change, so that future UK Net Zero ambitions can be achieved.

  • Process Engineer

The principal responsibility of the role, is to coordinate the maintenance & improvement of process systems, assessing processes and interpreting data, in order to allow safe and efficient operation of the facility, additionally, assisting with the development of the asset to meet future net zero targets through the introduction of hydrogen and other low carbon renewable income streams.

The main responsibilities will include: –

    • Coordinating the maintenance and improvement of process systems, assessing processes and interpreting data in order to allow safe and efficient operation of the asset.
    • Process design work for plant modifications (including minor and major projects) in accordance with company, national and international engineering standards.
    • Ensuring all documentation and certification is in place for the installed assets, and that they fully comply with the statutory legislative and regulatory requirements.
    • Identifying areas for recommended plant improvement, and developing project work scopes and schedules, including monitoring plant trends for troubleshooting and de-bottlenecking exercises.

The ideal candidate will be degree qualified in Chemical, Process Engineering or equivalent, progressing towards Chartership. You must possess engineering knowledge and training, with a minimum of 2 years’ experience in the gas industry or other related process industry. Ideally, you should also have relevant system design experience, including the development of PFDs, P&IDs, etc. in all stages of design. An experience in site operations in highly regulated environments would also be beneficial.

The role offers fantastic opportunities to develop both own discipline skills, as well as broader engineering and business acumen. In addition, the ideal candidate will be in a unique position to be involved with all stages of the project life-cycle, from concept through to installation and final handover to operations. There will be the capacity to interact with other engineering disciplines to maximise personnel growth and enhance competencies. There is also the long term potential to have a meaningful impact on critical national infrastructure, taking responsibility to support improvements and change, so that future UK Net Zero ambitions can be achieved.

  • Process Operator
  • Asset Maintenance Engineer Planner

Applications or for further information send email to Enquiries@Humblyenergy.co.uk