Process Engineer I
Axens North America
Princeton, NJ
SUMMARY
The job duties include the learning of Axens’ technologies, becoming proficient in Axens’ engineering tools, and understanding the design objectives and deliverables.

MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES

· To participate in the development of process books by:
  • understanding the flow scheme
  • modeling and simulating simple units or parts of the flow scheme
  • developing the PFDs
  • specifying basic equipment, lines and instruments
  • writing the process book using similar scheme template
  • writing the operating instructions using similar template
· To possibly participate in other more specific tasks:
  • assisting in some process studies
  • assisting on simple technical proposals
  • using the Methods, Standards, or Procedures documents
· Knowledgeable and demonstrated ability to comply with Design & Development Procedure (PRI-ENG-PCD-0004)

Accountabilities for Health Safety and Environmental:
Assure compliance with all Health, Safety, and Environmental procedures
Safety Hazards and Process Hazards Analysis technical resource
TECHNICAL & BEHAVIORAL REQUIREMENTS
Technical

· Bachelor’s degree in Chemical or Petroleum Engineering required

· Zero (0) to three (3) years refining/petrochemical industry experience or knowledge

· Some knowledge in hydrocarbon processing and unit operation fundamentals is required

· Knowledge of process simulation modelling tools (Pro II and/or ASPEN)

· Knowledge of fluid dynamics, reactor and reactor chemistry fundamentals

· Excellent computer skills (including Microsoft Word, Excel, Access)

· Demonstrated interpersonal and communication (technical writing, presentation, listening) skills

Behavioral

· Strong work ethics, reliable for work product delivery, self-starter

· Ability to communicate well both verbally and in writing to all levels of the company

· A team player working well with others internally and externally