Burns & McDonnell
Charlotte, NC, United States
Chemistry, Engineering, Water Plant
Associate Chemical Engineer','190504','Chemical Engineering','!*!
Candidate shall provide technical leadership in expanding the Energy Global Practice reach for Process
Engineering projects on the East Coast and Southern United States. The
position is located
in Charlotte, North Carolina and candidate will serve
utility clients located
throughout mostly in this region, but also throughout North America
and Canada. Periodic travel will be required to support projects and branch offices. Projects
will generally focus on wastewater treatment for
coal-fired power plants; water and wastewater management and minimization; wastewater treatment
technology evaluations; there will be heavy emphasis on Engineer-Procure-Construct (EPC) opportunities. Areas of responsibility are provided
below with an emphasis on new Project Development.
Project Development (20% ±)
• Lead wastewater
treatment pursuits with key clients in the power industry.
• Present at relevant technical conferences
and maintain leadership roles within relevant technical societies/boards as a
representative of Burns & McDonnell within the power industry.
• Foster continued growth with specific
clients over a three-year period.
• Obtain and capture new business design
opportunities with new (to BMcD) clients.
• Provide strategic development into new
meaningful relationship growth with specific clients.
Project Execution (80% ±)
• Understand management principles of Process
Engineering projects, providing oversight of project execution and while
guiding a multidisciplined team.
• Mentor less experienced staff and be a primary technical resource related
to wastewater processes within Burns & McDonnell.
• Develop, edit, and review engineering deliverables including reports,
drawings, specifications, data
sheets, and lists necessary to construct wastewater
treatment projects within power
• Design wastewater treatment processes
for Process Engineering projects.
• Consult on flue gas desulfurization projects.
Bachelor's degree in chemical engineering and/or master's degree focused on water/wastewater
treatment processes from an accredited program.
Professional Chemical Engineering license desired
but not required.
Minimum of 20 years related experience designing utility water and wastewater processes.
Minimum of 20 years related
experience working in the power industry.
Proficient in the use of basic computer software (i.e. Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
with process related drawings and software (i.e. SmartPlant P&ID, CADWorx P&ID, process simulation software).
Strong written and verbal communication proficiency.
EEO/Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans','Full-time','Yes, 5 % of the Time','US-NC-Charlotte','','*LIDNI','Associate Chemical Engineer
Burns & McDonnell
Website : http://www.burnsmcd.com
We are a full-service engineering, architecture, construction, environmental and consulting solutions firm, based in Kansas City, Missouri. Our multidisciplined staff of 5,300 includes engineers, architects, construction professionals, planners, estimators, economists, technicians and scientists, representing virtually all design disciplines. We plan, design, permit, construct and manage facilities all over the world, with one mission in mind: Make our clients successful. Our company got its start in 1898. Two new Stanford University engineering graduates — Clinton S. Burns and Robert E. McDonnell — sought a professional home base teeming with opportunity, a place to continue the partnership they forged while working for the city of Palo Alto, California. They chose Kansas City because it provided the most potential clients in a 200-mile radius — cities and towns in need of water and power systems to support growth.