Our client has an opening for a Solids Handling Process Engineer for their hydrogen generation group.
In this role, you will be working with a team of Chemical Process Engineers, Environmental Engineers, Analytical Material Chemists, Plant Engineers, Mechanical Engineers, and Engineering Technicians to design, build, test, and deploy a solid carbon/gas separation train for a state of the art pyrolysis technology. You will also advise plant design engineers on design and process scope, including for commercially viable/available equipment choices. The role will initially focus on designing and installing carbon/hydrogen separation equipment in a pilot plant, but will also be involved in commercial scale design.
There is enormous potential for learning, impact, and growth in a small and collaborative team setting. We value our ability to move fast to outpace larger companies and achieve what they cannot.
- Designing systems and selecting equipment for carbon removal and dust handling.
- Gas flow modelling.
- Visiting customer sites in the USA for the deployment of pilot technology.
- Working with engineering and innovation team to design, build, test and deploy solid carbon/ gas separation train for state of the art pyrolysis technology.
- Installing and designing carbon/ hydrogen separation equipment.
Skills and experience:
- Experience specifying, designing, and operating safe and reliable powder/dust handling equipment in a continuous chemical process.
- Strong technical understanding of different gas/solid separation processes (cyclones, settling tanks, valves, filters, ESP etc.)
- Strong knowledge of material and powder properties as they relate to solids handling.
- Experience sizing solids transport equipment and storage vessels.
- Strong fundamental knowledge of particle fluidization, settling, and gas/solid mixing principles.
- Familiarity with the major vendors, engineering firms, and suppliers in the solids processing industry including filters, compactors, and conveyors.
- Mechanical design skills (CAD, Solidworks, or similar).
- BS in Chemical or Mechanical Engineering, or similar.
How to apply?
Send your CV to Billy Remmington at firstname.lastname@example.org