January 16, 2020
Asia Pacific Region | DOE
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Asia Pacific Region


Our Client is the leading global engineering, construction and Project Management Company in the fields of Advanced Technology Facilities, Life Science & Chemicals, Energy & Environment Technologies and High-Tech Infrastructure. They are currently seeking a Lead Process Design Engineer to be based in the APAC region.

The ideal candidate will be responsible for –

  • Producing the design for all process systems and determining the associated process / construction budget cost during the design phases, for the large / complex projects.
  • Promoting a safe working practice, protecting the health and well-being of Employees, Sub-contractors and Customers.
  • Review and approval of the process design for technical compliance with specified and contracted client/customer requirements.
  • Implementing the design checklist and tracking progress.
  • Ensuring that standards are adhered to, this includes drawing formats and symbols.
  • Mentoring the Senior Engineers to produce properly trained personnel to ensuring the continual expansion of the company.
  • Formulating any recovery plans relating to design, cost and schedule.
  • Keeping the Project Manager aware of the process engineering design and construction progress and of any potential cost and schedule risks.

You will need –

  • A degree in a related Engineering field (MSc / MEng preferred)
  • More than 15 years professional experience
  • Experience with the design and construction in Process system and clean utilities
  • Experience with fast track projects in multinational life science projects, preferably in Pharmaceutical, Nutritional, Biopharmaceutical and Medical Devices industries
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