Water Treatment Engineer (Oil & Gas - Heavy Oil Project)
Location: Leatherhead, UK
Salary: Circa £70.00 per hour (Outside IR35)
Contract Length: 12 months
Start Date: Imminent
Please note, we can only proceed with applications from candidates who have the right to work independently in the UK.
Our client is a world-leading engineering company with a strong track record in the energy industry. We are currently seeking a Water Treatment Engineer to join our team on a heavy oil FEED project for a major GCC client.
The successful candidate will be responsible for the following:
Designing and specifying water treatment systems
Conducting water quality analysis
Preparing technical reports
Liaising with other disciplines
Working to schedule and within budget
Experience in water treatment technologies
Experience in working on conceptual studies and FEEDs
Excellent communication skills
Strong organizational skills
Ability to work independently and as part of a team
Experience in oil and gas production
Experience in H2S and CO2 removal
Experience in reverse osmosis, demineralization, filtration, gas stripping, UV units, and clarifiers
If you are a highly motivated and experienced Water Treatment Engineer with a passion for innovation, we would love to hear from you.
Please follow the link to apply and upload a copy of your latest CV for immediate consideration.
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