Wood is currently recruiting for a Principal Process Engineer to join the Process discipline at our Downstream business in Darlington, UK on a permanent staff basis.
The Downstream business is growing across all our markets which includes, petrochemical, chemical, pharma, refining and oil & gas. The Darlington office also plays a significant role in Wood's projects in energy transition (including hydrogen and CCS), circular economy and emerging technologies.
The successful candidate will act as Principal/Lead Process Engineer on project teams and have responsibility for the process design across a range of Wood's current projects at all stages of the design process. You will be joining a business with a history of Petrochemical, Refineries, gas infrastructure and Chemicals projects, but also providing services to the power sector and emerging technologies, such as Hydrogen and CCS, in the energy transition market.
We are looking for engineers with the drive and commitment to make a genuine difference to our performance on projects across the full life cycle, from studies and FEED to EPC, to ensure that Wood continues to differentiate itself from its competitors by delivering quality projects to our client’s requirements. Applicants with strong leadership and technical skills and experience in these markets are welcome. Expierence in a lead engineer role is required. Principal engineers are also expected to deputise for the discipline manager as requried.
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