06 Mar 2017
06 Apr 2017

A Civil Engineer is sought to join the Water Team in our clients Exeter office delivering a variety of water and wastewater infrastructure and non-infrastructure projects as part of the framework with South West Water. They are a reputable and established consultancy within the framework and can offer roles at Engineer, Senior or Principal level for the right candidate.

Principal Process Engineer

Main Purpose of the Job:

Reporting to the Process, M&E Director you will join an established team of Process, Mechanical and Electrical Engineers. You will be expected to lead multidisciplinary design schemes, assist with delivery of projects within the Water and Waste sectors as well as providing line management to a group of highly motivated, developing engineers.

Main Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Act in the capacity of Lead Process Engineer on both single and multi-disciplinary projects

  • Undertake site and process surveys of existing water industry infrastructure

  • Produce process calculations, PFD and P&I Diagrams

  • Undertake checks and reviews of process designs prepared by others

  • Effectively manage project stakeholders (clients, contractors and other design disciplines etc)

  • Implement the project requirements to fully meet the client specification in accordance with relevant standards

  • Develop and maintain excellent relationships with the other Pell Frischmann discipline leads on projects





Essential Experience


  • A minimum of 8 years’ experience in relevant discipline

  • Experience of outline and detailed process design aspects of Water and Waste Sector

  • A good understanding of all relevant standards and Codes of Practice and Health and Safety Legislation relevant to the Water and Waste sector

  • Experience in using current design methods

  • Be a proactive team player with excellent communication skills (both written and verbal)





Preferred Experience


  • Experience of ATEX/DSEAR

  • Working as part of a co-located team within a Client office (as required)





Essential Qualifications


  • BSc or BEng in Chemical Engineering or equivalent experience

  • Chartered Chemical Engineer: CEng (or working towards membership)

  • Member of the IET (or working towards membership)