CleanJoule, INC Chemical Process / Project Engineer Salt Lake City, UT · Full time

CleanJoule is hiring a Chemical Process / Project Engineer to assist in the coordination, design, and development of our demonstration facility. The successful candidate will assist in managing projects from initial conception through final construction with the ability to lead a team and work with other engineers and stakeholders through the project phases. Responsibilities also include active management of task-specific scope, schedule, and budget. The Chemical Process / Project Engineer is responsible for designing, implementing, controlling, and optimizing the process of the manufactured end product. The Chemical Process / Project Engineer will be responsible for assisting with all aspects of project quality assurance, construction administration, and coordination. This position will also assist in managing and coordinating the efforts of subcontractors on various projects. Actual day-to-day duties will depend on capital project workload, process improvement requirements, and the skills and knowledge of the employees and others in the engineering group.

Description

About CleanJoule Inc.


CleanJoule Inc. is a venture funded, sustainable aviation fuel development company based out of Salt Lake City, Utah. Our novel, one-of-a kind technology allows us to harness energy from biomass and convert it to superior performance aviation fuel. 


We are a passionate and creative group of engineers, scientists, and visionaries focused on clean energy solutions, with the purpose of creating a sustainable planet, reducing global carbon emissions, and ultimately combatting climate change.

Job Summary:


CleanJoule is hiring a Chemical Process / Project Engineer to assist in the coordination, design, and development of our demonstration facility. The successful candidate will assist in managing projects from initial conception through final construction with the ability to lead a team and work with other engineers and stakeholders through the project phases. Responsibilities also include active management of task-specific scope, schedule, and budget. 

 

The Chemical Process / Project Engineer is responsible for designing, implementing, controlling, and optimizing the process of the manufactured end product. The Chemical Process / Project Engineer will be responsible for assisting with all aspects of project quality assurance, construction administration, and coordination. This position will also assist in managing and coordinating the efforts of subcontractors on various projects. 

 

Actual day-to-day duties will depend on capital project workload, process improvement requirements, and the skills and knowledge of the employees and others in the engineering group.  

 

Job Specific:

 

·        Project design for a wide range of projects and ability to lead external and internal teams.

·        Collaborating with stakeholders to define project scope, objectives, and deliverables.

·        Developing comprehensive project plans, timelines, and budgets.

·        Construction oversight and confirmation.

·        Plant commissioning.

·        Use of relevant codes and standards.

·        Reviews submittals for compliance with plans and specifications and other construction documents.

·        Maintains logs, tracks outstanding submittals, creates schedules based upon a thorough review of specification requirements.  

·        Keeps up to date on construction drawings and as-builts.

·        Knowledge of instrumentation.

·        Engineering of processes handling of flammable and combustible liquids.

·        Knowledge of Process Safety Management (PSM), environmental and other regulatory requirements.

 

Responsibilities:

 

·        Project Management including development of bid packages, review of drawings, oversight of contractors, budgeting, and scheduling.

·        Development of individual project requirements (Scope of Work) based on input for corporate requirements, potential cost savings, increased uptime, etc.

·        Execute projects within the budget and schedule according to internal expectations. 

·        Execute process engineering relating to capital projects and continuous plant improvements.

·        Directs activities to ensure that construction, installation, and operational testing conform to functional specifications, recognized codes and standards, and internal requirements.

·        Participates in planning, cost development and management, and scheduling for assigned projects.

·        Supervises the preparation of, reviews and endorses bid analyses and recommendations for procurement of equipment material and services within the engineering scope of responsibility.

·        Specify materials and equipment for purchase, using data sheets when required. Write equipment specifications for purchase.

·        Source and cost-justify new equipment to improve manufacturing process.

·        Request proposals and other contract document changes from subcontractors with changes, reviews with project team, and distributes to appropriate internal teams and subcontractors.

·        Keeps up to date on submittals, requests for proposals, responses, project changes, and work progress, especially the items that could delay project or cause a loss, if installed incorrectly.

·        Reviews project engineering progress against approved schedules, evaluates changes and takes corrective action when required.

·        Ensures that Technical Risk Assessments are comprehensive and complex, safety practices and procedures are implemented, and engineering design documentation comply with project quality assurance plan and procedures.

·        Attends and participates in applicable meetings.

·        Monitors and enforces, along with other project teams, CleanJoule’s safety and OSHA safety standards to maintain a safe working environment for all employees, subcontractors, and site visitors.

·        Teamwork with production and maintenance personnel in the troubleshooting of technical issues of existing processes.

 

We are looking for team members that possess these qualities: energetic, positive, strong interpersonal communicator, detail-oriented, ethics-mined, problem solver, safety minded, adaptable, team-oriented, safety conscious, and self-motivated. If this describes you, join our team today and contribute to the success of our organization’s future.


Qualifications:


Education and Experience


·        Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering required.

·        Minimum of seven (7) years’ experience managing capital projects for chemical processing and/or equipment.  

·        Must have experience in capital project engineering including bids/pricing, scope of work, risks, budgeting, scheduling, execution, and close-out.

·        Proficient knowledge of project engineering processes and procedures.

·        Knowledge of related operation practices and the economics involved and current knowledge of new methods of design and construction.

·        Knowledge of industry/regulatory codes and standards and design criteria pertinent to the particular discipline.

·        Experience with or knowledge of non-engineering functions such as project controls, construction, startup, or estimating.

·        Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.

·        Experience leading large complex projects.

·        Demonstrated skill in supervision and strong organization skills.

·        Strong proficiency in Microsoft Office and other engineering software.

·        Advanced critical thinking skills.


Physical Demands:


Frequent lifting and moving of items up to fifty (50) pounds, bending, reaching above shoulder level, climbing stairs, pulling, prolonged standing or sitting may be required. Must have safe work habits and perform all duties in accordance with company safety policies and practices.      


This position may require the use of personal protective equipment that may include eye or face protection, gloves, masks, respirators, safety shoes, earplugs, coveralls and/or uniforms that are provided by the company and its use is mandatory. All duties and responsibilities are essential functions and requirements and are subject to modification to accommodate individuals with disabilities.


General:


This position is in Salt Lake City, Utah with work performed on-site. CleanJoule is an At-Will, VEVRAA, Equal Employment Opportunity Employer, E-Verify, and Drug Free Workplace offering excellent career opportunities, as well as competitive compensation and benefits package (health, dental, vision, employee life coverage, long-term disability, flexible spending accounts, 401k matching, PTO, paid annual company shutdown, paid parental leave, and bonus potential). Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a background verification and drug screen. This role may require the employee to drive to pick up supplies.   


EEO Statement: CleanJoule is an Equal Opportunity Employer and embraces diversity in our employee population. We are excited to work with talented individuals from a wide range of backgrounds. All employment decisions at CleanJoule are based on business needs, job requirements and individual qualifications, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, protected veteran status or special disabled veteran, marital status, pregnancy, genetic information, or any other legally protected status.


Join our team today and contribute to the success of our organization.


FLSA Status: Exempt


Please include the position title and reference number when applying.


Submit resumes to:    


CleanJoule, Inc. (Ref. # CPE/PE/BC04112024)

E-mail: [email protected]


Visit our website at: cleanjoule.com