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    Salary: Attractive
    Location: Angus
    Date posted: 30 January
    NRL's client is looking to recruit both Project Engineers and Senior Project Engineers with a Pharmaceutical background. This is for a new project - based in 2 sites, longterm. May consider transferrable O&G background...
    Salary: Dependent on experience
    Location: Falkirk
    Date posted: 29 January
    We have a vacancy for a Process Engineer, whose main responsibilities will be design of processes for desired physical and/or chemical transformation of materials. In addition the role will be responsible for setting control...
    Salary: Negotiable depending on experience
    Location: Aberdeen
    Date posted: 29 January
    Our client are a large global organisation and as part of their product they provide leading calibration and allocation services to the Oil and Gas industry. They are currently recruiting for a Principal Allocation Consultant on...
    Salary: £15765 - £18031
    Location: Glasgow
    Date posted: 28 January
    Laboratory Technician Chemical and Process Engineering ( Faculty of Engineering ( Reference No13571 Reports To The Head of Department through James Murphy Grade:3 ...
    Salary: £20000 - £21250 per annum
    Location: Kilmarnock
    Date posted: 27 January
    We are currently looking to recruit a Laboratory Technician for an established company in East Ayrshire on a contract basis for 12 months. The purpose of the role will be to provide laboratory support to the production...
    Salary: Excellent salary and benefits
    Location: Falkirk
    Date posted: 26 January
    Responsibilities / Duties; Making continuous reliability improvements across the refinery. Provide reliability and discipline expertise to the refinery and influence staff. Review existing and develop new policies for...
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    Salary: £35,000 - £45,000 DOE
    Location: Clydebank
    Date posted: 20 January
    Clyde Associated Engineers Limited
    Project Engineer – Salary £35k to £45k depending on experience. Project Engineer required for busy pipework and fabrication division based in Clydebank, covering Scotland...
    Salary: £0.00 per annum + £Competitive + benefits
    Location: Grangemouth
    Date posted: 26 January
    Search Energy is working with Our Key Client in the Waste Water Industry to source a Senior Development Engineer for a UK wide role. In this job you will initially work on water treatment systems and provide the operations teams...
    Salary: £0.00 per annum + £Competitive + benefits
    Location: Northern Ireland
    Date posted: 26 January
    Search Energy is working with our Key Client, a global, multidisciplinary organisation, to source Process Operators for their waste water office in Northern Ireland (Bangor) In this job you will be providing technical support on...
    Salary: To £35K + Bonus, car, pension etc
    Location: Grangemouth
    Date posted: 27 January
    My Client is one of Europe’s leading industrial services partner providing engineering knowledge and expertise from their network of local service centres. They have comprehensive coverage of a broad range of engineering,...

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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.