Job ID:3149
Job Title:Process Engineer*
High School Diploma or equivalent required
Bachelor Science Degree in Chemical, Mechanical or Petroleum Engineering required, Chemical Engineering Degree preferred
With education requirements, 0-2 years of relevant work experience required.
College engineering internship in an industrial setting preferred.
Demonstrated knowledge of economic principles required.
Demonstrated knowledge of MS Office software packages including Excel required.
Desire to work in a manufacturing environment and to address physical issues.
Familiarity with Process Modeling Software preferred.
Demonstrated experience and interest in process control
Demonstrated competencies of developing peer relations, participating as a team member and leading others.
Ability to analyze, reason and solve increasingly complex problems.
Fluent in English, oral and written required
Ability to adjust to frequent change and adjust schedule as needed to reach Departmental goals.
  • Provide technical support for the plant operations.
  • Work in a team environment with operators and engineers to troubleshoot problems.
  • Work directly with the CAD Operator and other Engineers on projects
  • Understand, troubleshoot and support the plant wide Distributed Control System (DCS)
  • Support maintenance, specification, purchase and programming of Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC)
  • Maintain instrument index, loop sheet drawings, standards for electrical and control related equipment including standard drawings, data sheets, lists for the plant
  • Develop expertise on failure analysis and provide engineered solutions to remedy problems.
  • Implement mechanical integrity testing program for instrumentation and SIS systems
  • Review new equipment specifications to ensure they meet intended service requirements.
  • Support vetting new and existing vendors and contractors relating to electrical and instrumentation equipment.
  • Troubleshoot and recommend solutions to recurring instrumentation problems on critical equipment.
  • Develop expertise and provide field supervision support on critical equipment.
  • Act as consultant to field personnel on specific repair problems.
  • Assist in the planning of unit shutdowns and startups.
  • Provide operational data or drawings required to vendors or maintenance if needed.
  • Track performance data and present data for use by management, maintenance and operations departments.
  • Research and monitor upcoming technology changes to improve future strategies within the plant.
  • Provide after hours and turnaround (12 hr. shift) support as needed in support of maintenance and operations.
  • Regularly Communicate with supervisor work progress, concerns and questions
  • Assist with increasing productivity and efficiency of the nitrogen fertilizer plant.
  • Aid optimizing the process, design and development of projects.
  • Performance aligns with Safety, Environmental Compliance, Reliability, and Operating Excellence.
  • Ensure product specifications are being met.
  • Reduce down time.
  • Develop level of competence and trust so others seek guidance.
  • Complete assigned projects within deadlines and budgets.
  • Adhere to all company policies and procedures.