Kellogg Brown & Root (www.kbrjobs.com)
Sr. Project Engineer, Crystallization and Evaporation
We are a medium-sized and successful technology and engineering company and are part of the KBR group. KBR is a global innovative technology, engineering, and service company with more than 28’000 employees in the world. We are specialists for chemical plants applying proprietary inorganic acid treatment and concentration, evaporation and crystallization technologies. Our activities extend from the conceptual design of technology solutions for plant design up to the commissioning works and after sales service.
As Senior Project Engineer you are responsible for the preparation, coordination, and monitoring of our Crystallization, Evaporation, and Water Treatment projects, from the initial concept to the final completion. In this position you will manage all the technical activities aiming at assuring compliance to applicable codes and standards, as well as interacting with our clients to interpret their needs and requirements. Your responsibilities include:
Travel: may need to travel to client and manufacturing sites, periodically
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