Wood is currently recruiting for a Senior Process Specialist with extensive experience in new technologies in the hydrocarbon industry to join our team in Oakville, Canada.
This position primarily provides process expertise on a new technology that converts lipids to hydrocarbons. The process is similar to, but different than delayed coking. We are looking for flexibility in thinking, as this is a fast-paced project that will require some development over the next few months, but will also be starting construction in 2018.
The candidate will also support overall development and execution of the project. In this position, the Senior Process Specialist provides process engineering expertise for detailed design, start-up, system optimization, and trouble-shooting. As a specialist in developing technologies, the candidate is expected to suggest creative and feasible solutions for overall process development and help in proving the technology. The candidate is expected to be ‘hands on’ with respect to trouble shooting, supporting the trial runs at the pilot plant, assessing the results and recommending technical solutions.
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