2024 Graduate Position – Process Engineer

Type: Graduate
Region: Scotland

We have opportunities for Graduate Process Engineers to join us in our UK Teams. We are currently recruiting for the following locations: Aberdeen and Glasgow.

The Graduate Process Engineer will work as part of multidiscipline team on a project, contributing to ensuring the quality and timely delivery of Process deliverables.

As a graduate under the supervision and mentorship within our team, you will assist in the delivery of engineering services to Worley and our customers. You will perform a variety of assignments through the application of basic engineering theories, techniques, and practices. You will be trained in the utilization of relevant regulations, codes, standards, and industry standard practices for the control, development, and application of deliverables while gaining exposure to procedures and processes.

As a Graduate Process engineer you will have the opportunity to work on a range of projects, for example:

  • Conceptual, Front-End Engineering and Design (FEED) and Detailed Design projects in the New Energy, Conventional Energy, Chemicals, Fuels and Resources sectors
  • Debottlenecking, Expansion and Performance Improvements projects
  • Projects to bring top tier COMAH operating sites into compliance with current environmental legislation
  • Design of plants using cutting edge technology bringing solutions to the problems the world faces today
  • You’ll be

  • Involved in all stages of projects from, Conceptual, Front End, Detailed design through to Construction.
  • Thinking both creatively and logically to resolve design and development problems
  • Identifying risks in the workplace, site and design work being undertaken
  • Compiling, checking reports, datasheets, calculations simulations and drawings
  • Considering the environmental, commercial, sustainability, safety and operational aspects of design.
  • Using software packages for Mass & Energy Balances, Equipment sizing, Environmental releases and safety cases;
  • Managing change, as the client may change his or her mind about the design, and identifying, formalising and notifying relevant parties of changes in the project;
  • Communicating and liaising with colleagues, subcontractors, vendors and clients
  • Contributing to the management of budgets, schedule and quality of projects
  • Presentation of work in both formal and informal settings to colleagues, clients and third parties
  • You’ll have

  • You will be in your final year of study of a bachelor’s or master’s level degree in Chemical Engineering (or equivalent) or have graduated within the past 3 years
  • You will be looking to achieve registration as a Chartered Engineer with the Institute of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) in the future
  • What we offer you:

  • A structured two-year graduate development programme to support in your professional development through core competencies, leadership project management courses, and professional registration
  • A Mentor
  • Becoming a member of our Graduate Community; run and managed by our graduates. With its own structure, annual budget and is a voice for our graduates providing regular input into our company strategy

    51,000 people. 49 countries. Over 120 office locations.

  • We’re not just engineers. We’re a global team of data scientists, consultants, construction workers and innovators all working to create a better tomorrow. Every day, we help customers in energy, chemicals and resources get one step closer to solving our planet’s toughest issues. Climate change, the energy transition, digital transformation and how we can deliver a more sustainable world.?

    Whatever your ambition, there’s a path for you here. And there’s no barrier to your potential career success. For more information, visit Worley.com.

  • A competitive salary and benefits package
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