About the company
This is a well-known chemicals company with multiple Major Hazard Facility sites in Australia, producing a high grade product that is ubiquitous in its application. A business-defining opportunity has come up due to the introduction of new technology never before implemented in Australia that will drive not only a huge business continuity benefit, but a tremendous sustainability improvement for their local operations.
About the role
The Engineering Manager is the technical leadership role that manages engineering inputs to this major new technology implementation, you'll be leading your own team of multidisciplinary engineers as well as working closely with an external engineering firm under an EPC/M model, the technology partner and other suppliers, ensuring that the best solution is scoped, designed and executed, that it integrates effectively and delivers the best long term business outcome.
We're looking for an established Engineering Manager from a Major Hazard Facility background with experience in large capital projects
- Relevant Engineering degree (likely chemical or mechanical)
- Experience with Major Hazard Facility operations (ideally chemicals)
- Background in a variey of project delivery models, including on large projects (ideally $100m+)
- Experience on brownfields and greenfields projects
- Experience integrating new and old technology
- Solid team leadership skills
This is a landmark project where you'll work in a complex technical project environment while also delivering something that will have a tremendously positive sustainability impact on this business and potentially Australia more broadly. The organisation is one where staff rarely leave, and there will be a long term career path provided for within their structure. For an experienced MHF Engineering Manager this is an opportunity that should not be overlooked.
How to apply
Click on the APPLY button or contact Scott Logan on 0431 557 927 for a confidential discussion