Chevron is one of the world's leading energy companies, with approximately 48,000 employees working in countries around the world. We explore, produce and transport crude oil and natural gas; refine, market and distribute fuels and other energy products; manufacture and sell petrochemical products; generate power; and develop future energy resources.
Chevron is accepting online applications for the position of Senior Process Control Engineer located in Pascagoula , MS through 8/20/19 at 11:59 (Eastern Standard Time).
Responsibilities for this position may include but are not limited to:
Responsibilities for this position may include, but are not limited to:
Tuning of control loops, support of Honeywell or Yokogawa distributed control systems (DCS), and
assistance in training console operators.
Implement and maintain multivariable process control applications that are consistent with short-term and
long-term refinery operating plans.
Provide daily process control support for console operators.
Identify and resolve control performance issues by coordinating with colleagues in other areas of specialization
(instrumentation, analyzers, process, mechanical equipment, etc.)
Identify and capture opportunities for improving the safety, reliability, operability and profitability of the
operating area through process control improvements.
Train refinery personnel on the effective use of process control applications and systems.
Demonstrate knowledge of operating area interactions with the rest of the refinery and helps troubleshoot
process problems in the operating area and refinery.
Subject Matter Expert (SME) responsible for designing, implementing, and maintaining multivariable control applications
as well as the supporting multivariable control applications (inferred properties, et al)
Serve as mentor/trainer for less-experienced process and control engineers, specifically in the area of Advanced Process Control (APC)
Will be sought after to provide expertise for multi-refinery, Manufacturing, or Enterprise initiatives (bog alarm coordination, APC efforts across units/refineries, new technology evaluation, standards review/development, etc)
B.S. Chemical Engineering, or other related discipline, is required.
15 yrs implementing advanced process control systems in a refinery or petrochemical enviroment
Minimum 2 + yrs exp planning and implementing refinery wide APC applications
Expert level process control knowledge, including design, configuration, support and programming of Honeywell and/or Yokogawa distributed control systems (DCS).
SME level knowledge of Advanced Process Control (APC) methods and techniques using ASPEN DMC and IQ
SME level knowledge of refinery configuration and processes
Very strong technical/analytical skills, with proven record of innovative problem solving and proactive system improvement.
Ability to work with others and build relationships across organizations.
Ability to create and promote an environment of trust, teamwork and inclusiveness through actions and behaviors.
Strong oral, written and presentation skills. Ability to communicate at all levels.
Demonstrated ability to manage a variety of assignments for individual team members and groups, and to set and manage priorities.
Domestic travel of up to 10% may be required
Relocation may be considered
Expatriate assignments will not be considered
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Custom Processing Services
Ready to Build Your Career with a Leader in the Toll Manufacturing Industry?
Are you passionate about the the design, development and operation of state of the art instrumentation and control systems in support of a wide range of current and future projects?
Apply Today to be on the front lines of CPS’s technology emergence and help create automated systems of the future!
Custom Processing Services is seeking an experienced Controls and Automation Engineer with the ability to develop and communicate technical requirements in a highly collaborative environment. The Controls and Automation Engineer's main responsibility will be supporting all projects that involve controls and automation. The ideal candidate will establish the company's standards for the products they help create, as well as recognize issues, address them, and implement fixes quickly and effectively. The Controls and Automation Engineer will devise layouts and studies to determine the best and most efficient ways to solve engineering issues that may arise. This individual will collaborate with cross-functional teams to ensure that controls fit within the design guidelines of the product as well. He/she will work with a talented team and contribute to each phase of the system development lifecycle.
Custom Processing Services provides contract manufacturing/toll processing services to a wide variety of industries. Specialized processes center on particle size reduction using a number of methods including jaw crushing, pulverizing, micronizing and media milling. Additional services such as flash drying, surface treatments, blending, dispersing and packaging are also available. The Processing Pros provide new product development assistance from R&D concepts through their commercialization. In addition to CPS's technical grade facilities, a state-of-the art, dedicated building is available for cGMP processing. Our company is growing and exciting opportunities are available!
Four year degree in related engineering field or equivalent work experience
Highly versatile in all aspects of programable logistic controllers (PLC’s)
Concept development with cross-functional team
Writing of logic to meet agreed upon requirements
Programming of hardware to utilize logic
Verification of equipment performance utilizing logic
Validation of logic and overall system performance against said logic
Desires to participate in maintaining cutting edge knowledge in the field of technology, specifically in PLC advancements
Adept in working in conjunction and at times direct professionals working on projects related to controls and instrumentation
Highly innovative thinker, engaging in continuous improvement opportunities as a self-starter
Excellent communicator – able to advise project statuses timely and in a manner able to be understood by all levels of the organization
Experience in general industrial equipment and maintenance and willing to assist in problem resolution
Excellent computer skills – Office suite, instruction and document writing, Computerized Maintenance Management System; CAD; logic programs
Familiar with metric based performance cultures
Prefers to work in a High Performance Team setting, with self-driven accountability
Prefers to work in a culture driven by Core Values that guide all decisions Additional information
At Custom Processing Services we care about our employees and their quality of life. It is important to have a work schedule that works well with your lifestyle, excellent healthcare to maintain a healthy lifestyle, significant time off to refresh your body and mind, and a solid pay/bonus and opportunity program to meet your financial and career expectations.
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Medical, dental and vision all at reasonable costs
Great vacation and holiday pay
401k with match
Additional company perks like summer picnics, our Christmas gathering, a turkey for Thanksgiving, paid time off for your birthday, and more!
Balancing the Natural and Built Environment This is not only our company motto, it's also our commitment to understanding the role we play in planning, designing and delivering the infrastructure of our communities. We understand that we are building tomorrow's infrastructure today and are committed to doing it right. Equally important is our commitment to social sustainability in our business practices towards our employees, business partners and clients.
As one of the top-ranked consulting engineering firms in the nation, providing surveying, engineering, construction management and environmental services, we have an opportunity for a Project Engineer to join our Site Development team in our Riverside office.
As a Project Engineer, you will utilize your expertise to contribute to the planning and design activities for campus, residential, commercial, utility, and roadway projects while working in a team-oriented setting and interacting with clients.
Conducting independent engineering calculations
Utilizing AutoCad and/or Civil3D for public, private, and institutional projects
Developing innovative, conceptual engineering solutions
Transforming concept designs into construction drawings and technical specifications
Coordinating with sub-consultants while managing internal staff to adhere to project schedule and budget
Bachelor's Degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering and Professional Registration as a Civil Engineer
A minimum of 5 years' civil engineering experience with private development, facilities, infrastructure and public works design
Strong technical knowledge with proven experience in preparing technical reports, designs, specifications, and computations
Strong oral and written communication skills
California PE license
Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure (ISI) ENV SP credential or ability to obtain credential within 6 months of hire date is a plus
Our culture is built on the foundation of social sustainability practices. We embrace this responsibility through our One Psomas philosophy and programs that support diversity, learning and mentorship, giving back and health and safety.
We support the continuous learning and development of our employees, while providing flexibility to meet your wellness needs. We offer competitive compensation and benefits including:
Training and Development
Tuition/Professional Licensing Assistance
Employee Stock Ownership Plan
PTO and Paid Holidays
Discretionary Performance Bonus
Health, Dental, Vision, through Kaiser, Cigna, and VSP
Long/Short Term Disability
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Custom Processing Services
Are you passionate about leading CapEx engineering projects by organizing and controlling project elements? Are you looking for a varied job, a challenge in the field where you can analyze and resolve issues? Then you are the one that we are looking for to strengthen our team as a Project Engineer. Apply Today!
As a Project Engineer, you will utilize a multi-disciplinary approach to a number of engineering applications. You will supervise contractors and direct the acquisition, modification, improvement, and installation of high-tech equipment in several manufacturing facilities to maximize equipment and facility productivity at minimum cost.
Developing an understanding of the equipment and manufacturing processes
Supervising mechanics, electricians, plumbers, and other skilled trades
Offering sound technical and engineering advice for manufacturing, utilities, and facilities performance improvement
Selecting vendors for equipment purchases
Troubleshooting mechanical and electrical processes
Directing the installation and start-up of new equipment and processes
Developing creative ideas to cut costs
Supervising equipment design changes, installation of new equipment, and building projects
Researching process improvement and alteration requests and provide justification
Negotiating and overseeing contract work
Verifying and completing administrative work
Communicating department projects with plant management
Bachelor's or Master's degree in Manufacturing Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electro-Mechanical Engineering, Engineering Technology, or a related field preferred.
Five + years engineering experience.
Must be open to relocation to our plant locations.
Must be a U.S. citizen or able to work in the U.S. for reasons other than practical training.
Successful engineers will be innovative, have good technical knowledge, and possess excellent interpersonal, communication and leadership skills.Travel may be required. Periodic travel to other cities or customers’ and/or vendors’ manufacturing facilities may be necessary. International travel may also be required.