Are you an experienced engineer with expertise in electrolysers, chemical processes (e.g. methanol, ammonia), or pyrolysis? Would you like to utilize your skills in front runner projects such as the Green Fuels for Denmark 1.3 GW plant in Copenhagen? Then grasp your chance to become the new Power-to-X Engineer in our successful department for Green Fuels & Thermal power!
JOIN OUR DIVERSE AND INTERNATIONAL DEPARTMENT FOR GREEN FUELS & THERMAL POWER
We offer a unique position in a healthy, empowering, and collaborative culture, where aspirations to develop and excel within your professional field are highly valued. You will be welcomed by more than 90 passionate, enthusiastic and friendly energy engineers. All of us are specialised in different areas, such as energy, chemical processes, carbon capture, piping and mechanical and electrical. Our diverse expertise enables multidisciplinary collaboration in energy storage, green hydrogen, e-fuels, pyrolysis or similar biomass conversion processes. We are a social, open-minded and well-functioning team, which is clearly reflected in our high scores on employee engagement surveys.
Our team is located in Lyngby, Vejle, Aarhus and Aalborg, and you are free to choose the location which suits you best.
ARE YOU SPECIALISED IN ELECTROLYZERS WITH A DEGREE IN ENGINEERING?
Our department holds a very strong and competitive position in the market, we are trusted advisors to key decisionmakers within the Danish energy sector. As our new Power-to-X Engineer, your work can directly impact and shape the direction of Denmark's next green energy transition. In addition to this you will have the opportunity to be a part process-collaboration with our Nordic colleagues, but also large-scale international projects. You should expect approximately 10-20 travel days a year.
You can look forward to an exciting position and typically work with:
- Feasibility, concept and FEED studies
- Plan, design, construction and integration of Power-to-X solutions
- Safety assessment
- Project management
YOUR SKILLS. OUR TEAM. TOGETHER, WE DESIGN THE FUTURE
To enjoy the position Power-to-X Engineer, you thrive in doing mass and energy balances, process flow diagrams and P&IDs, and HAZID/HAZOP. In addition to this you should be motivated by being responsible for process design and optimisation. You have a high degree of initiative and bring a structured and dedicated approach to your work. You are flexible and open-minded, possess a good sense of humour and enjoy the social work environment. Your English language proficiency is excellent, and you are comfortable with composing complex technical reports and documentation.
We are looking for senior engineers with at least 10 years of experience from the process- or oil- and gas industry, ideally you have experience in Electrolyzers or Power-to-X technologies. Preferably you hold a M.Sc. in Engineering (Energy/Process/Chemistry), we would be thrilled if you have Ph.D. Experience in Pro/II or similar chemical process simulation software is an advantage, but not a requirement.
In addition to this, it would make us very excited if you had in-dept experience with the topics below:
- Chemical engineering and processing
- Chemical synthesis plants (Hydrogen, methanol, ammonia)
- Pyrolysis, Hydrothermal Liquefaction, or similar processes
- Refinery operations
- Energy systems
INTERESTED OR CURIOUS TO KNOW MORE?
Please feel free to contact Department of Green Fuels & Thermal Power:
Head of Section, Peter Malmkjær. Tel. +45 41 76 06 59.
Technical Director, Jeppe Grue. Tel +45 27 87 57 56.
WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU
Click on the link below and let us know that you are a match for this role. Preferable, we wish to hire as soon as possible, interviews will be conducted continuously as we receive applications. The application deadline is stated at the top of the page.
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