Burns & McDonnell Senior Process Engineer - Water (Chicago) in Chicago, Illinois
Burns & McDonnell’s rapidly growing Global Water Practice is in search of a Senior Industrial Water/Wastewater Process Engineer in its Chicago regional offices. Founded in 1898, Burns & McDonnell is a 100% employee-owned firm ranked on FORTUNE’s List of 100 Best Companies to Work For and voted as a Best Place to Work in Atlanta, Chicago, Denver, Houston, Kansas City, and St. Louis. Burns & McDonnell’s success, as well as its long list of awards and repeat clients, is the result of the employee- owner culture and mission to “Make Our Clients Successful”.
Leads the process design and execution of industrial water and wastewater treatment projects for petroleum, chemical, manufacturing, and food and beverage industrial clients.
Perform day-to-day process technical work, project planning, managing scope, schedule, meet budget of projects.
Developing critical project objectives and performance goals, interacting with clients on technical matter as needed.
Support client development and technical sells, proposal preparation and technical sale presentations; coordination with regulatory agencies.
Plan, organize, and communicate project technical needs to department management, mentor junior staff.
Provide support to EPC project deliveries for water and wastewater projects along with Burns & McDonnel Construction/Design-Build group.
Have 7 years hands-on experience in designing chemical, physical, and biological wastewater treatment systems; evaluating and selecting treatment technologies; working with equipment vendors, leading the design of industrial water and/or wastewater treatment facilities.
Have track record of water/wastewater treatment design projects in in Food and Consumer Product or Oil Gas and Chemical Market.
Have strong knowledge of water environment issues and wastewater characteristics in FCP and Oil, Gas, and Chemical market sectors.
Understand Front End Planning phases project deliverables and EPC deliveries of Water/Wastewater projects
Knowledge of emerging contaminants and corresponding treatment technologies
Abilities to apply in-depth and diversified knowledge of water and wastewater treatment principles and practices to a broad area of assignments.
Have excellent written and verbal communication skills with project teams and clients as well as strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
Demonstrate technical leadership in the market sectors, professional organizations, and publications.
Have a bachelor's degree in chemical, environmental, or mechanical engineering from an accredited university. A master’s degree is preferred.
Professional engineer license is preferred.
Job Chemical Engineering
Primary Location US-IL-Chicago
Travel: Yes, 25 % of the Time
Req ID: 210036