Reimagine our production processes and strive for excellence
Engineers form the core of Syensqo, infusing value throughout the manufacturing chain while continually enhancing our production procedures. Their dedication lies in meeting and, ideally, surpassing customer expectations, all while setting new standards for well-being and sustainability.
When you become a part of one of our global industrial engineering teams, you'll be designing, constructing, and initiating new production units or elevating existing ones. You may focus on ensuring workplace safety and process efficiency, or embark on a journey to further reduce our environmental impact in the years ahead. The path you choose is guided by your industrial engineering expertise!
- Academic foundation in engineering
- Industry experience
- Strong proactive drive
- Exceptional interpersonal abilities
Choose your path
Your have: An academic foundation in Chemical Engineering or Process Engineering, complemented by prior Industrial Engineering experience.
You will: As a Process Engineer, you'll monitor production unit performance, generate detailed reports on output, efficiency, modeling, raw materials, and energy use. You'll also work with your team to propose innovative operating conditions, select advanced equipment, and ensure seamless installation to optimize processes.
Site Health, Safety, and Environment Engineer
You have: An engineering background with industry experience.
You will: As a Site HSE Engineer, you'll oversee, lead, and coordinate all HSE activities at the site. This entails assessing and managing environmental risks, accident prevention, and handling interactions with public authorities and regulatory bodies regarding HSE matters.
You have: An academic foundation in industrial engineering, chemistry, or chemical engineering, along with industry experience.
You will: As a Production Engineer at our industrial site, you'll oversee a production unit, driving continuous improvements in quality, ensuring timely customer service, enhancing productivity, and lowering manufacturing costs. You'll also lead a team of professionals who will look up to you for guidance and skill development.
You have: Academic expertise in Industrial Engineering and Chemistry.
You will: As a Maintenance Engineer, you'll oversee installations, uphold safety and environmental standards, optimize processes for cost-efficiency and quality improvement, troubleshoot technical issues, and coordinate with subcontractors to ensure safety compliance.