|Senior Process Engineer (Process Topsides) |
£15,604 - £16,566
|Process And Continuous Improvement Engineer|
Excellent / Negotiable
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As a chemical engineer, your job will involve taking raw materials and chemicals and turning them into new products. You will be looking for more economic ways to make use of materials, chemicals and energy. Often your work will involve taking a chemical substance currently used for one purpose and adapting it for use in a variety of new products.
You will be responsible for the design and maintenance of the production plants and equipment needed to undertake these transformations.
Chemical engineer jobs arise in a range of sectors including pharmaceuticals, oils and gas, food and drink and even in water treatment.
To become a chemical engineer you will need a degree in a related discipline, such as biomedical engineering, polymer science or chemistry. If you wish to achieve chartered status as part of your professional development, make sure that the degree course is accredited by the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE).
With the relevant background, you could find the perfect engineering position in Scotland with s1jobs. Use our search tool on the home page to get started.