Chemical Process Engineer

Company Name:
Dawson Resources
Chemical Process Engineer
Columbus, OH
$55,000 - $75,000 Salary
This prominent consultant firm has immediate openings in its
department for a Chemical Process Engineer. This company has been servicing clients in a variety of industries such as food/beverage, chemical, and petroleum for over 60 years, and prides itself in project specific solutions. Please see below for specific details about the open positions and apply today!

Bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering
Moderate experience (3 - 10 years) in one or more of the following industries: Food and Beverage, Pharmaceutical, Chemical, or Petroleum
Process engineering skills, including PFDs, P&IDs, equipment specification, distillation, agitation, heat transfer, and process design
Experience with projects from initial concept, preliminary design, final design, through construction, installation, and project closure
Working knowledge and appreciation of safety and environmental regulations
Comfort with periodic travel to clients' facilities
Proficiency with Microsoft Office software packages

Preferred, but not required:
Proficiency with AutoCAD, AutoPlant, Pipe-Flo, and AutoPIPE software packages
Process Operations Support and Maintenance Experience
PE Registration or passed FE Exam
Consulting Engineering Experience
Process Controls and Instrumentation Knowledge
Project Management up to $1 million, including project controls

Dawson is the top executive search, recruiting and staffing firm in Columbus, matching job seekers with Columbus clients in direct, contract, temporary and temp-to-hire positions. Our divisions include industry specialists in Accounting & Finance, Office and Call Center, Creative, Industrial, IT, Healthcare and VMS.
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