Process Lead - Evaporator and Crystallizers

Process Lead - Evaporator and Crystallizers

WorleyParsons | Houston, TX, 77246, US
Salary Range:$39,000 – $78,000 Salary range estimated by Zippia

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Job Description - Process Lead - Evaporator and Crystallizers (HOU02SS)

Process Lead - Evaporator and Crystallizers - HOU02SS

Company : Advisian

Primary Location

: USA-TX-Houston


: Process


: Full-time

Employment Type : Employee

Job Level : Experienced

Job Posting

: Oct 18, 2022

Unposting Date

: Ongoing

Reporting Manager Title : Director of Treatment


Specialist - Process Engineer - Thermal Systems/Evaporation & Crystallization 

Advisian, Worley Group 

North America 

Advisian is the independent consulting business line of Worley providing solutions for clients in the Hydrocarbons, Minerals & Metals, Chemicals and Infrastructure industries. As part of one of the world’s largest engineering firms, we continue to push boundaries and extend our capabilities globally. Worley is a company that prides itself on providing safe and high-quality services that exceed our customer’s expectations, which is why we manage some of the world's leading projects. Our aim is to recruit, develop, and most importantly, retain the people who share our vision and strategy.

We are currently looking for a Manufacturing & Process Lead with background in Evaporators and Crystallizers design business to join our Advisian team. The qualified individual will have participated in and provided team supervision on manufacturing plant projects by directing planning and optimization, project engineering design and execution activities and discipline deliverable creation for one large or several smaller projects. Accountable for the safe/sustainable engineering scoping, budgeting, forecasting, quality, cost and schedule delivery of all work by the discipline. This position requires advanced knowledge and a specialized depth or breadth of expertise, gaining a mastery of multiple broader areas of specialty products, technologies, suppliers, and contractors within the industry. May include team leadership role as well as project and discipline related administrative responsibilities. The candidate must have an excellent track record in sectors such as Evaporators and Crystallizers, and in general, industrial manufacturing infrastructure projects. 

The selected candidate will have the opportunity to join a world class team and work in one of the largest brine beneficiation projects globally, which is being engineered to “supply greener” base products such as salt, gypsum, magnesium chloride and further refined products including green PVC from CO2 capture, green glass, magnesium metal, magnesium oxide, bromine and gypsum wallboard among others. 

This is a full-time role with the opportunity to work out of several Advisian offices across North America depending on your location or remotely. As our ideal candidate for this dynamic and challenging role, your responsibilities will consist of the following tasks: 

Assists business development activities. Supports proposals by developing the discipline execution strategy, scope, resource loading, estimating costs, writing proposal content, and presenting to customers. May be called upon to lead all or part of a proposal. 

Works to resolve inter-discipline, vendor, and customer issues. 

Ensures Process technical work and team activities meet industry and jurisdictional standards and best practices, health, safety, environmental, and security requirements. 

Ensures team member adherence to generally accepted engineering and design practices, regulatory requirements, and customer specifications. 

Supports standardization and continuous improvement.

Interfaces with third-party technology suppliers and contractors 

Acting as the Lead Manufacturing/Process Engineer, participates in project execution strategy and planning. Knows the project and owns the discipline scope/cost/time requirements, makes certain the team meets expectations, and coordinates with other disciplines to ensure project success. 

Drives innovative solutions, technology advances, and methods to effectively deal with working out of sequence. 

Owns management of project change and progressing for the discipline and works with the Project Management Team to take corrective actions regarding any issues, staffing requirements, scope changes, progressing, or other events that could affect project completion and/or profitability. 

Enables data gathering and the preparation of engineering studies, analyses, calculations, etc. Ensures technical issues are defined with alternate solutions, pros/cons established for multiple solutions, and recommendations made through official project documents such as technical queries, technical deviations, etc. 

Plans discipline quality, monitors quality activities, drives and participates in squad checking, recommends improvements, and takes action where required. Supports checking, peer reviews, and incorporation of comments and findings. 

Supports bid clarifications, bid evaluations, inter-discipline vendor information review and approval, and other certification activities. 

Assigns work done by direct reports and reviews work for technical accuracy and adequacy. Direct reports include discipline engineers, designers, and specialists within the same discipline.


Awarded a 4 or 5 year technical degree in science or engineering. 

Direct project execution experience in manufacturing/production facilities in the industry. 

Demonstrate working knowledge of and personal network of key technology suppliers and contractors in the industry. 

Understand industry benchmark projects and pricing

Will be actively licensed with a local engineering governing body where required by law. 

Strong background in discipline work, and a competent understanding of regulations, codes, manufacturing standards, and industry standard practices. 

Well versed in discipline setup, instituting work processes, monitoring a team, producing deliverables, project controls, and project closeout. 

Skilled in estimating project costs and writing proposal content. 

Experience in risk management, quality, procurement, or construction execution. Adept in Data Centric Engineering. 

Works with self-initiated interaction with supervisor and self-initiated technical guidance.

Strong ability to inform and persuade on complex matters through preparation and delivery of proposals, presentations and reports, as well as collaboration with stakeholders and management. 

Assume hands-on management and implementation of all relevant company HSE requirements. Role-model a commitment to personal well-being and a pro-active approach to continuously improving health, safety and environmental performance. 

Flexibility to travel internationally, and work effectively with team members in other offices remotely

Strong leadership skills. 

Excellent English written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to create, review and edit tender packages and in general bid documentation. 

Language skills in Arabic, Spanish, or French is a plus

Advisian (part of the Worley Group) offers an excellent remuneration & benefits package, a friendly, professional, dynamic, and flexible work environment along with the opportunity to develop your career prospects within North America and overseas. 

We strive to be an industry leader in health, safety and environmental performance. Our vision is to achieve zero harm to people and assets, and zero environmental incidents. We select people who share our values, beliefs and commitment to this vision and who demonstrate the expected behaviors, competencies and performance associated with their prospective roles within the company. 

We thank all candidates for their interest; however, only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

Advisian (part of the Worley Group) is an equal opportunity employer.