Engineer FRIB/NSCL-Continuing

Job description

Working/Functional Title

Process Engineer

Position Summary

Major Position Responsibilities

  • Supervision of Non-Conventional Utility system fabrication and installation
  • Perform commissioning of Non-Conventional Utility and piping systems, associated chemical systems and infrastructure
  • Follow detailed P&ID, routers, procedures, work instructions to prepare and process components for installation
  • Research & design of Non-Conventional Utilities infrastructure
  • Perform required engineering calculations and analyze data
  • Maintain infrastructure and equipment
  • Locate vendors and requisitioning parts, components and systems
  • Train and supervise technicians in operational & maintenance  procedures
  • Monitor quality of the systems to meet the FRIB performance goals as well as in the pursuit of upgrade goals
  • Improve operational technology for reliable operation to minimize downtime
  • Maintain certification and calibration of equipment and implement improvements for system robustness
  • Archive documentation, draft and complete forms, extract reports, analyze P&ID documentation, write technical notes
  • Interfaces with FRIB and MSU ES&H organizations to assist them in producing safety analysis and environmental compliance documentation
  • Operate and maintain the Target Facility Non-Conventional Utilities after completion of commissioning
  • Interface with and support the Target Facility Conventional Facilities Operation.
Required Degree

Masters - Chemical Engineering, Physics or related

Desired Degree

Doctorate - Physics or Engineering

Minimum Requirements
  • Extensive experience with process development and processing techniques; P&ID’s, process equipment (pumps, heat exchangers, valves, etc.) and process instrumentation
  • Excellent communication skills and documentation skills
  • Proficient in CAD
  • Required Application Materials

    Please attach cover letter and resume and provide contact information for references.

    Special Instructions

    Review of applications will begin on March 6, 2018, and will continue until the position has been filled.




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    Job No:
    Posted: 2/20/2018
    Application Due: 12/28/2018
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