Energy Engineer

Manchester, North West, M17 1PA
Jun 24, 2022
Jul 08, 2022
Energy Engineering
Position Type
Engineer, Staff Engineer
Organization Type
Firm, Consulting Engineering
Company description:

Cargill, Inc.

Job description:

Job location: Manchester, UK (M17 1PA)

Cargills Manchester plant is a production facility at the hub of the UK food, spirit, pharmaceutical, chemical and cosmetics industries. The plant and offices located in Manchester are part of the Cargill starches and sweeteners business which produces sweeteners, wheat protein and alcohol for customers in the confectionery, brewing, drink, dairy, farming and bakery sectors.

The Natural Resources Process Development Engineer will be responsible for reducing the environmental footprint of the Manchester facilities concentrating on energy, water and waste reduction. This will be achieved through optimizing current systems, practices and operations.

The role will provide the opportunity to become a technical expert on the site and transform this knowledge into business advantage. The position holder will closely collaborate with the process development group and engineering peers to deliver continuous improvement and capital projects to reduce energy and water consumption.

Competitive salary plus comprehensive benefits package including contributory pension, private healthcare, and performance related bonus.
Key Accountabilities
Responsible for generating the site annual energy budget, analysing and reporting monthly variances
On a day-to-day basis responsible for ensuring the optimum energy production capacity and efficiency by advising and training the operational divisions
Training operators in the most efficient use of energy and water
Responsible for indicating and supporting any energy subsidy initiatives and energy improvement projects
Monitoring, reporting, maintaining and developing the energy KPI system
Support the development, implementation and auditing of departmental reliability and follow up on process related improvement for our Natural Resources
Ensure compliance and corrective actions resulting from internal and external safety and environmental audits including UK-ETS, CHPQA, ISO:500001 and climate change

Minimum Qualifications

Bachelors Degree in Chemical Engineering, Food Science or any relevant Science/ Engineering discipline
Proven experience in Engineering / Production Management experience within a manufacturing environment
Demonstrated ability to influence others and work with multifunctional teams and personnel
Ability to manage multiple initiatives, projects goals and objectives

Preferred Qualifications

Formal Continuous Improvement experience / Kaizen training


We offer:

Competitive salary plus comprehensive benefits package including contributory pension, private healthcare, and performance related bonus.