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We are looking to hire new grad chemical engineers to join our Process Engineering team!
Process Engineer in Training responsibilities include:
• Prepare heat and material balances
• Prepare utility balances
• Develop Process Flow Diagrams
• Prepare equipment data sheets
• Hydraulic calculations
• Develop Piping and Instrument Diagrams
• Specify instrumentation process data
• Establish relief systems
• Participate in safety reviews such as HAZOP's (hazard and operability studies).
• Assist with equipment cost estimates
Job ID: 141390BR
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