The Relief System Process Engineer works in the process engineering organization to primarily perform relief system evaluations in support of the refinery relief system SMEs in the design engineering organization.
- Update simulated heat and material balances for all refinery process units due to process changes.
- Perform analysis to determine the impact of incremental feed rates and composition changes to feed streams to process units on relief protection.
- Provide support to studies needed for Relief System evaluations.
- Carries out various studies to improve plant safety, reliability and economics.
- Provides support for all phases of minor and major capital projects; this may include, but is not limited to, alternative selections, hazard reviews, scoping, equipment specification and purchases, implementation and project close out activities.
- Reviews process piping / equipment overpressure scenarios, calculations and proposed alternatives provided by project team(s).
- Works in collaboration with project team specialists and engineers of other disciplines.
- Networks with subject matter experts in other facilities to leverage shared expertise.
- Provides requested technical advice and recommendations to project teams within the required time frames.
- Assist in plant support process engineering responsibilities including day-to-day monitoring, PHAs/LOPAs, shut-down/turn-around vessel inspections, and start-up coverage.
- A Bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering.
- A minimum of 3 years of related process engineering experience in the chemical, petrochemical, refining, or power industries: this may have been obtained through operation support engineering assignments or process design work for capital projects.
- Basic understanding of how equipment functions in the field and overall plant operation.
- Good written and oral communication skills, strong ability to work with refinery groups and cross functional teams, able to communicate technical ideas to a wide range of groups within the refinery
- Ability to work effectively with minimal direct supervision.
- Proven ability to handle multiple activities simultaneously.
Qualification & Experience:
- Experience working on relief system calculations
- Experience with Siemens PS Pressure Protection Manager (PS PPM) software
- Experience with PRO/II and ProMax process simulation software
- Experience with Visual Flow Modeling
- Demonstrate role model behavior supporting the Chevron principles and values including support for diversity, leadership, teamwork, customer focus, and personal/process safety.
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Functions: Management
Job Location: Pascagoula, MS, US
Application Deadline: N/A