Process Engineer – Well-Established Manufacturer

Buxton, Derbyshire
£Excellent/Competitive DOE
16 Nov 2016
14 Dec 2016
Contract Type
Full Time

Process Engineer – Well-Established Manufacturer
Hindlow, Nr Buxton, Derbyshire
£Excellent/Competitive DOE

With over 120 years’ experience, Lhoist utilises the properties of lime and minerals to create bespoke, sustainable solutions for a variety of sectors. We are now looking for a Process Engineer to join our team. 

If you are a hands-on process engineer seeking an exciting, new challenge, this is a superb opportunity to enhance your expertise with a well-established business. 

Fostering a challenging and rewarding environment, Lhoist offers the chance to spearhead exciting continuous improvement initiatives alongside our experienced and friendly team. 

As a Process Engineer, you’ll be responsible for supporting the smooth running of Lhoist’s plant in Hindlow. 

Upholding H&S practices, you’ll carry out process optimisation studies on existing installations and identify potential constraints within the plant. 

Designing new processes, you will take ownership of small projects, ensuring that tasks are completed to a high standard within set budgets. 

You will troubleshoot any issues to facilitate the smooth running of the plant. Additionally, you will audit manufacturing procedures and recommend ways to streamline business processes.

Your other duties will involve: 

- Effectively managing energy in collaboration with the Lhoist Group 
- Managing engineering contractors 
- Ensuring that operations support action plans for continuous improvement 
- Developing functional analysis files for automation projects 

Interested? To be considered, you must have: 

- At least five years’ experience in a process engineering role
- Fluent English communication skills 
- A degree (or equivalent) in chemical and/or process engineering

Proactive and self-motivated, as a Process Engineer, you must be a positive team player who is open to new ideas. You must also be eager to learn with the ability to solve complex problems with analytical tools. 

Experience of shaft kilns and lime manufacturing would be beneficial to your application, as would previous experience in an international environment, or the proven ability to adapt in new environments. 

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Additional Keywords: Process Engineer, Chemical Engineer, Production Process Engineer, Manufacturing Process Engineer, Continuous Improvement Engineer, Manufacturing Engineer, Process Improvement Engineer, Engineer, Engineering. 

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