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Chemical Engineer JOBS (Manufacturing & Production)
Charlotte, NC 28210
Recruited by: Tom Smith | President | Continental Consultants See all my Jobs

  • Hiring Company: Continental Consultants
  • Industry: Manufacturing & Production
  • Compensation: Salary: 85K to 115K
  • Expires: Aug 23, 2020
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Job Description

CHEMICAL ENGINEERS with specialty chemicals, API, bioprocess, surfactant, nutrient, ingredients, intermediates, batch, continuous, polymers, petrochemicals, organics, inorganic, fertilizer, or similar experience.  
Specialty chemical plant. Process, Project, Maintenance Engineering.
Troubleshooting, production, process, project, technology transfer, quality, process safety.
We would appreciate any referrals for several Chemical Engineering positions:  Controls, Design, Simulation, Process, Production, Project, Technical Service, Technical Support, Process Safety, EHS, Pilot Plant, R&D, Process Development, Utilities, Plant Engineer, Maintenance, and others.  

MUST have BS or MS in ChE or ME from an accredited university in the US.
MUST have chemical manufacturing experience (usually 5+ years).
MUST be eligible to work in the US without sponsorship now or in the future.
MUST be living in the US.

We are based in Columbia, SC and have positions nationwide.
We are always seeking Chemical, Process Safety, EHS, Electrical & Mechanical Engineers for positions nationwide

I hope and pray you, your family and friends are staying healthy and safe. We have open positions, but most are on temporary hold due to the coronavirus. We are trying to identify candidates for interest and phone interviews to minimize plant interviews when things get back to some sense of normalcy.