Senior Process Engineer

Climeworks

Köln, Germany

Full-Time

Nov 19

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  • Together with our Cologne and Zurich team you execute Basic and Detail Process Engineering and focus on optimizing our plants.
  • You specify and select Process Engineering components and maintain, extend and build up relevant supplier networks to enable fast up scaling of our technology.
  • You review, create and supervise the creation of PFDs and P&IDs.
  • You create tools to enable a proper costing of process related equipment at an early stage of development.
  • You are continuously learning from our current plants in operation to further improve the Detail Engineering of our new plants.
  • You train and sustain methodology on process risk assessment and guide others in relevant norms and directives.

REQUIREMENTS

  • You hold a university degree in process engineering, chemical engineering or a related engineering discipline.
  • You have at least 5 years of work experience in a similar role and you have knowledge in heat exchanger design, pressure drop calculations and plant construction.
  • You have advanced knowledge in independently developing piping and instrumentation diagrams and you bring knowledge of EU norms and directives.
  • You are furthermore familiar with HAZOP, SIL and LOPA methodologies.
  • You are a person that really owns the work, is in love with detail oriented work and that thrives to work in an interdisciplinary team.
  • On top of that are you fluent in German and English? Then we are really keen to get to know you.

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