Chemical Process Engineer x 5
Join our growing team and play an important role in achieving our vision to harness innovation and help solve the climate crisis. This exciting opportunity to be part of a new project with environmental benefits from inception.
Orthios is focused on regenerative development with a wide expertise in waste recycling, plastic waste processing, electrical and mechanical engineering, logistic, construction and project delivery. Our objective is to deliver local solutions for climate challenges by recycling and converting non-recyclable material into added value products and green energy.
We are an ambitious company, developing an Eco Park in Holyhead (North Wales) that is focused on delivering green technologies to international markets. Our first major projects focus on the introduction of the Polymer Processing Facility, and the Material Recovery Facility which will, through pyrolysis, convert plastics previously judged non-recyclable to oil.
You will be part of a highly motivated and committed workforce, within a company culture where personal development, effective communication, and maintenance of a professional, respectful environment is at the core.
The Role – Chemical Process Engineer
As a Chemical Process Engineer working as part of a team reporting into Senior Process Engineer, you will oversee the chemical and physical processes and machinery used to transform raw materials into valuable products. You will achieve this by:
You will work from our site in Holyhead as part of a team on a 24/7 rota working 2 days and 2 nights followed by a 4-day rest period. You’ll work 12.5 hour shifts, including a 15 minute handover at the start / end of each shift. We encourage a healthy work life balance, with supportive diversity and equality policies around working arrangements.
Our Requirements – Chemical Process Engineer
Although not essential, experience gained within a manufacturing industry, and a degree-level qualification in engineering, chemical engineering, industrial engineering, mechanical engineering, or a related field, would be highly advantageous.
All applications for this Chemical Process Engineer vacancy are to be submitted online.
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