Job Description and Qualifications
Air Products & Chemicals, Inc., is a Fortune 500 manufacturer of industrial gases. For more than 75 years we've been helping our customers to become more productive, energy efficient and sustainable.
With approximately 16,000 employees and operations in 50 countries, we serve customers across a wide range of industries from food and beverage to medical, energy and transportation.
We supply a unique portfolio of atmospheric and process gases, equipment and services.
Our Central Operations engineering team provides technical support to our operating industrial gas plants within the EMEA region (Europe, Middle East, and Africa).
A wide range of technologies, including air separation, hydrogen generation, CO2, and liquid hydrogen are supported, ranging in size from small standalone plants to world scale facilities.
To meet increasing workload both to grow and sustain our operations, we are seeking a suitably qualified and experienced Instrument Engineer , based at our head office in Hersham, UK or one of our main operating facilities in EMEA, to expand the existing expertise within the Central engineering team.
This opportunity will suit a talented achiever looking to showcase their skills within a high performing team.
What you’ll be doing
Instrument Engineers have responsibility for all aspects of Instrument engineering on our Air Products operating facilities.
These responsibilities include leadership and execution of plant improvement projects and plant troubleshooting. This often involves working as part of multidiscipline engineering teams and together in close cooperation with plant operations and maintenance teams.
Project teams can range in dimension from local, through to European and occasionally global scale.
Specifically, the successful candidate will be expected to :
Though the role will be primarily focused on execution of plant modifications the instrument engineer will also be expected to :
A high standard of engineering practice, technical governance and operational discipline must be upheld throughout all these activities.
Travelling within EMEA region will be required (40-60% of time).
What we’ll be looking for
English is required at a minimum but additional language relevant to the EMEA region are advantageous. You can expect to work at times as part of international teams as well as at local level.
If this sounds like the opportunity you’ve been looking for, we’d like to hear from you. If we like each other we’ll offer you a competitive salary and benefits package and a working environment that thrives on respect, innovation, challenge, and personal and professional development