Periode: 1 year
Our client see themself as a pioneer of a higher chemistry. A chemistry designed to address the most pressing issues of our time. Forged from generations of invention and collaboration. Committed to safe manufacturing and community involvement. This powerful chemistry understands no boundaries, making it capable and responsible for shaping the future. This is the responsible path forward. This is what they call Responsible Chemistry.
The task of the Process Safety engineer includes conducting reviews, PRV sizing, updating SGMs, drafting new SGMs when deemed necessary and report any findings from the review.
Process Safety engineer for existing units with specific experience in definition and evaluation of relief scenario for pressure relief valves and actual safety valve sizing calculations for all identified relief scenarios.
• Determine and validate failure scenarios and related load calculations.
• Safety valve sizing and selection for single and two phase flow scenarios.
• Pressure drop calculations over piping systems taking into account CV calculations, isometrics etc.
• Able to use process simulator ProII to perform flash calculations, and more complex simulations, when required for relief evaluations
Having knowledge of applicable codes and standards (API/RTOD/ASME/PED) in the petrochemical industry would be an advantage.
Proven experience on writing Safeguarding Memoranda. Additional experience in the determination of design temperature conditions would be desirable.
Chemical engineering education, academic thinking and working level with experience in the industry, preferably obtained while working at engineering contractors in process safety design. Experience 10 years.
“VCA-vol” qualification is a requirement before starting activities, in view of necessity to do site visits.
Good working knowledge in both English and Dutch and fluent in one of those.
Candidate needs to be available within two weeks after a successful interview.
Able to write Safeguarding Memorandum using process engineering flow schemes, process control and safeguarding narratives. Proven experience having set-up SGM documentation from scratch.
Able to review the quality and completeness of existing safeguarding memoranda. Able to pinpoint problem areas and find creative solutions.
Confident process engineer with trust in own capacity, quality and process insight.
Able to determine fit for purpose solutions for (apparent) findings.
Independent and pro-active process engineer, able to find his/her way in a complex refinery environment.
• Able to independently go into the plant to verify actual construction and line-up of process systems. Regular plant visits form integrated part of the role.
• Resilient and persistent with regards to obtaining process information from different sources in an environment governed by priorities.
Communicative skills for communication with Operations, Technology, Inspection, discipline engineering, and colleagues are essential for a successful execution of the job.
Proficient and flexible with IT systems and software.
Physical condition should be such that actual construction and line-up of the process systems can be verified and all visible and audible warning signals can be detected.