The Opportunity! Get started on an exciting and meaningful career path, working on innovative, challenging projects and learning from industry experts as part of PM Group’s world leading multi-discipline team.
Who are PM Group? PM Group is a leading International engineering, architecture, project and construction management firm. With a network of offices in Europe, Asia and the US and a multi-discipline team of 3,300 people, we deliver complex, capital projects in the life sciences, food and beverages, mission critical/ICT, advanced manufacturing, energy and environmental sectors. We are 100% employee owned so work together to make our company successful.
Responsibilities: As a Chemical Engineering professional at PM Group, your first two years will bring opportunities to develop your knowledge and experience across a multitude of areas, with a rich variety of new challenges in design, operation and commissioning. You will work as part of a multi-disciplined team on projects in the following sectors – Mission Critical, Pharma, Med Tech, Advanced Manufacturing, Food and Energy. Your work assignments will involve rotation through different projects, covering areas such as: • Process Safety, • Process Plant Operation, • Process Optimization/Modelling, • Process Unit Operations, • Design Calculations.
What are we offering? An exciting and meaningful career path, working on innovative, challenging projects and learning from industry experts as part of PM Group’s world leading multi-discipline team. PM Group’s structured Graduate Programme will help you to reach your full potential. As a participant, you will have varied and diverse work experiences on office and site based assignments. Our Graduate Programme includes on the job coaching, mentoring, formal learning modules and support for professional status. We offer a competitive salary with opportunities to travel and gain a variety of experiences.
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Qualifications: • A Primary Honours Degree/Masters in Chemical Engineering , • Proficiency in engineering software as well as MS Word and Excel, • Good verbal and written communications skills and the ability to work in a vibrant multi discipline design environment, • Strong work ethic and the ability to produce accurate work to strict project deadlines, • Flexibility to work both in design office and on construction teams. • Knowledge of English, Dutch and/or French.