Position: Project Engineer – Petrochemical and Dangerous Goods
Location: Melbourne
Application Deadline:

Our Melbourne office is looking for an experienced Project Engineer in the Petrochemical and Dangerous Goods field. As a Project Engineer will have core aptitudes in risk assessment, process design and client presentation. This position will report to the Senior Engineer – Petrochemical.

Your key responsibilities will include:

  • Support the delivery of dangerous goods compliance projects related to chemical safety
  • Facilitate project risk workshops and the development of engineering solutions to workshop outcomes
  • Site based inspections, engineering and commission services to internal and external projects
  • Work within a diverse and technically variant engineering consultancy environment
  • Comprehend and apply normal professional engineering and project management practices
  • Exercise individual judgement and initiative in the application of engineering principles, techniques and methods
  • Draw upon education, training and available resources to apply advanced techniques and methods learned
  • Seek and rely upon precedent or defined procedures and standards for guidance
  • Strive for self-validation of works completed prior to review
  • Work within the quality management system
  • Work with and apply standards and methods to minimise health, safety and environmental risks
  • Production of project documentation to an end client standard

You will have:

  • Mechanical or Chemical Engineering Degree or equivalent, recognised by Engineers Australia
  • Eligibility for membership of Engineers Australia
  • Eligibility for Membership to the AIDGC (Australasian Institute of Dangerous Goods Consultants)
  • Site Induction Training Card (White Card)
  • Minimum 5 years previous experience in Project Engineering/Project Management within an engineering consultancy or associated industry
  • Working knowledge of Dangerous Goods compliance standards and Relevant Petroleum Australian Standards
  • Well-developed computer skills, including Microsoft Office
  • Theoretical and practical knowledge and exposure to the Petroleum industry chemical procedures and processes
  • Experience with HAZOP and risk assessment processes
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Willingness to learn and adapt in a professional consulting environment

If you enjoy working in a team and welcome new challenges, this is a great opportunity to grow your career. ACOR is passionate about creating a sustainable company that nurtures its people and provides excellent opportunities for advancement.

How to apply: Please submit a cover letter and your resume.

Applicants must have full working rights in Australia and already be residing in the country to be considered for any role.

ACOR will not accept unsolicited resumes from recruitment agencies.