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Process Diagrams Design Lead (PID's)

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Job Purpose: Leadership, organization and development of the PID’s team, in order to ensure the availability of appropriate tools, expertise and resources within proposals, studies,

projects execution & operations.

Main accountabilities: 


- Prepare the standardization documents to create the P&IDs (Symbols, numeration,…)


 - Incorporation of the discipline commentaries into the P&IDs (Process, Piping,   Instrumentation, Equipment, Materials)


- Update the lines list and tie-in list   


- Coordinate the PID's team (2 or 3 members) daily work.

- Supervise and control man-hours of projects.

- Ensures adequate support and high quality level of PID’s deliverables to

  proposals, studies, projects and operations.

- Proposes and takes actions in order to proactively answer the projects needs and ensures   the            maintenance and update of PID’s tools, procedures and standards.



       Must have:

·    Technical Qualification

·     Minimum 2 years of experience in similar function, developing P&IDs in companies        providing engineering services to the Chemical, Refining or Petrochemical Industry.

·    Fluent in English (minimum First)



        Nice to have:

·     Chemical Engineering Degree

·     Knowledge of  Frecnh is desirable.

·     Knowledge of  Autocad, Marian



Additional information:

Suitable candidate will be offered a local contract.

We take into consideration applicants with a disability certification.

Note: Please, to abstain from apply, candidates who have not any kind of legal document that allows to work in Spain.


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