Join Chilworth, global experts in Industrial Process Safety.
- In terms of its workforce:
Be part of a human-sized company.
- In terms of new territories:
Founded in 1986 in Southampton, the company is expanding rapidly in many territories, starting with the United States in 1991, India in 2002, France & Italy in 2003 and Spain in 2007.
2013 will see the opening of China and Sweden.
2014 lots more projects and dynamism
- In terms of new prospects: The routefrom Chilworth Process Safety to DEKRA Process Safety (www.dekra.com)
DEKRA Industrial BU: Revenue €531 million − 6,000 experts in 50 countries
DEKRA Process Safety – Process Safety International experts; Safety Excellence; Insight:
Revenue €23 million/ US $ 30 million; 200 specialists
You have experience in the industry (chemicals, pharmaceuticals, food, cosmetics, waste treatment, metallurgy, etc.):
Your technical skills are indispensable for carrying out your duties: explosion risk assessment (gas, dust, thermal runaway from chemical reactions), risk analysis, etc. Your knowledge of industrial risk assessment methods (APR, HAZOP, etc.) are an undisputed asset for your successful application.
Join us and meet new challenges in one of our teams:
You will need to demonstrate great autonomy and good customer communication capability as well as a real capacity to become part of a young and dynamic team.
Employment Opportunities are available in United States Offices
We are seeking qualified engineers with some years of practical experience in industry. The individuals should be self-motivated and have good communication skills.
Assess safety & performance of new products, materials and processes; design and conduct research-oriented pilot scale experimental setups; conduct range of electrostatic tests for powders and liquids; handle high voltage power source, digital oscilloscope, digital/analog electrometer, field meter, computer controlled data acquisition systems, and other lab equipment. Position requires MS in Mechanical Engineering.
Process Safety Engineers / Specialist
The objective of this position is to provide services in process safety to client in different industries, this includes visiting client sites to identify potential process safety hazards, investigate incidents, analyze test data and evidence, and compiling reports after analysis has been completed. The individual will be responsible to recommend the appropriate testing when needed, assist clients in the interpretation and application of their processing needs. To advise clients in the safe handling and process of combustible/flammable dust, liquids, vapors and gases.
The candidate applying for this position should have a MS degree (or higher) in chemistry, chemical, or mechanical engineering. Have 5 or more years of experience in process safety industry, preferably in chemical/reaction hazard evaluation, petroleum or petrochemical.
Prior experience as a process safety engineer is a plus and a CSP (or PE) certification is desirable. Working knowledge of NFPA standards such as 654, 68, 69, 77, 30, 499 would be beneficial. Experience in HAZOP leadership, PSM and PHA is a must.
This position would suit individual with experience in Reactor Vent Design, Risk Assessment, Process Development, Dust and Fire Explosion, Hazardous Area Classification and Flammability Materials.
If you are the right candidate for this position, please send your resume to the Human Resource at:
For Princeton, NJ positions, please send your cover letter and resume to (no telephone calls, please):
113 Campus Drive
Princeton, NJ 08540