US-MI-Midland | US-OH-Toledo
SSOE is looking for a Process Engineer who would like to be part of our team. This person will support local clients, but also with expectation to virtually support project teams in other locations as well. This individual will work on projects from inception through construction developing PFD's, P&ID's, process calculations, equipment selection and specifications in the early phases of our projects and continue to provide support through construction.
What Makes SSOE a Great Place To Work
You don't have to be an employee long before you understand the SSOE difference. It goes back to our history of reinventing ourselves for new markets, serious rates of growth year after year, and being ahead of the curve in technology. Those are the achievements of a company that rewards talent and effort in ways that mean the most to the individual.
When you work at SSOE, you work with the best and you're a part of something bigger than yourself. And providing the best possible workplace for our employees gives us a competitive advantage-helping us attract and retain top talent and drive better business results.
A Typical Day Might Include:
Explore the benefits that go hand-in-hand with a process engineering position at SSOE Group. Collaboration, accountability, and top-notch training are building blocks we use to set you up for success. Using sound engineering practices, this role will support clients in the chemical industry. The following duties are typical of the position but are not all encompassing. Responsibilities include those required to deliver quality service on schedule and within budget in a team environment.
Leading engineering studies, write reports, develop and complete engineering calculations.
Perform or assist with the development of PFDs and P&IDs, process calculations, equipment specifications, and procurement.
Provide engineering oversite and checking of process deliverables.
Coordinate with multi-discipline engineering and design teams to complete necessary project tasks.
Assist in the creation of bid packages.
Perform field work to support the above responsibilities.
Qualifications You'll Need on Day One:
Bachelor Degree in Engineering, which qualifies for licensure in the state of practice.
4+ years of working experience required.
Exposure to chemical plants and other related industrial settings strongly preferred.
Experience with a chemical simulation program, such as ChemCAD or Aspen.
Experience using Pipe Flo or AFT Fathom a plus.
Ability to work in a client-facing role while partnering with contractors and vendors.
Experience with building codes and chemical storage requirements.
Experience with utility system equipment and distribution systems.
Experience with industrial wastewater treatment a plus.
Salary Range: $80,000-$100,000/year depending on location, education, experience, and any certifications that are directly related to the position.
Benefits include health, dental and vision insurance, life insurance, 401K, PTO & paid holidays.