Hi. I'm an undergrad student seeking to work as a downstream process engineer in the oil and gas industry after I graduate. I've already worked for Samsung Semiconductor past summer, and I'll be working for Marathon Petroleum Corporation next spring semester.For the summer, I'm deciding between BASF as a process engineering intern in South Korea and another term of internship at Marathon Petroleum Corporation. I feel like after 5 months of working for Marathon will be enough to have a good exper...
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How did you get your start doing process engineer work, and what career moves did you make to get to your current position?Do you need a particular educational background?
Throughout my job search, I've been encountering "lean manufacturing" and "project management" experience as requirements for most, if not all, positions.What I would like to know is what exactly qualifies as "lean manufacturing" and "project management" experience? Keep in mind that I graduated from college in Dec. 2009/Jan. 2010, so I have 2-3 years of actual professional experience.In my last job I performed a lot of total productive maintenance (TPM) on machinery and equipment. I also did so...
What is the best training for becoming a process engineer? What types of ongoing training or certifications are necessary to be an effective process engineer?What do non-traditional career paths look like?
this job is at saint gobain,this is one of the worst company's in Georgia to work for, their Plant manager will back stab you any chance she gets, their tech people that come from France will talk bad about you because you are American then they will get rid of you if you are better than them.They have lost alot of good people because of their (plant manager,hr person,french techs) they will move you down here then let you go after awhile,so watch out for this company they did the same thing to ...
Over 15 years experience in production and supply chain in a chemical plant.Excellence in implementing plant Quality and Environmental Management system, Occupational Health and Safety and MRP II Class A .Strong skills in selecting, training, developing and appraise a team of 24 employees.Expertise in conducting safety and quality audits .Proficient in MS Word, MS Excel and MS Power Point.Excellent working knowledge of ERP SAPR/3 , MIMI of ASPEN, and DCS of Emerson.Bachelors’ Degree in Chemical ...
I have 6 years of working experience in oil and gas industry. I am currently looking for a process engineer job. My email is ***********
I am making 59,000 in Cambridge MA working for Analog Devices 10+ years with a BS degree. Is this good?
Marine Engineer- StructuralLocation: PerthRequired Point of Origin: Regional/Local/Global Candidates can be considered Commencement Date: As soon as possibleStatus: Permanent Staff position and Contract positionPosition Description:Our customer requires experienced Marine Structural Engineers to occupy design Engineer roles in the fields of Marine Structural Engineering. Previous Australian experience in marine structural engineering design is considered necessary. Working within the design offi...
Do you have any tips to help prepare for an upcoming process engineer interview?Are there common interview questions that come up again and again?
What do I expect for salary as Process engineer staff in an semiconductor equipment company Fremont Califorina
Five years research experience. Ph.D degree. Thanks
Are jobs in this industry on the rise? Are there any sub-sectors that are growing?Where are the jobs? Which places have the most process engineer opportunities?
What do you enjoy most about being a process engineer? What do you dislike the most? Is it challenging? Are there many opportunities to learn and advance?What keeps you at your job?
Do some companies pay a lot more for this position than others? What does a top earner make in this field?What skills should you learn to increase your salary?
What are the top 3 traits or skills every process engineer must have to excel?Can you suggest any tips or insights to develop your process engineer expertise?