Education: Bachelor or Master of Science degree in Chemical, Mechanical, Biochemical, or Petroleum Engineering from an accredited university is required.
Registration: Engineer in Training (EIT) registration is strongly preferred and may be required. Professional Engineering registration or CPIP certification is preferred upon eligibility.
Experience: This position requires 1 to 3 years of relevant industrial experience in chemical, petroleum, or biochemical process design engineering.
Generally responsible for performing complete design of less complex process engineering assignments. Assists in the design of larger and more complex chemical/process engineering assignments. This work will be performed under close supervision.
Primary responsibilities will include but not be limited to:
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