Chemical Engineer

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ARGC- Manpower Consultants, clients are major international Oil, Gas, Energy & Constructions companies, seeking well experienced & hard working Indian candidates to join their ever growing and vast team. ARGC- Manpower Consultants is a professional HR, Recruitment and manpower contract staffing company in India and provides the all types of Indian manpower like managers, engineers, accountants, supervisors, skilled technicians and semiskilled workforce from India to different industries for their projects in the Middle East, Far East, Europe and American Continents. If you are looking for recruiting Indian manpower for your company kindly mail your requirement to [email protected]


Chemical engineers are responsible for the chemical, biochemical and/or physical processes that are used to transform raw materials into valuable products.


Chemical engineers (aka process engineers) are responsible for designing new process plants/equipment or modifying existing ones. The role can include:

collecting data required to make improvements and/or modifications;
overseeing the construction of new plants;
developing and utilising complicated process simulation software;
purchasing and installing equipment;
using scientific principles related to magnitude, momentum, heat transfer etc;
supervising plant operations;
investigating and troubleshooting plant/process problems;
scheduling and co-ordinating work to tight deadlines and within financial budgets;
ensuring that equipment works to its specification and to appropriate capacities;
assessing safety and environmental issues;


Qualifications and training required
Chemical engineers have a degree in chemical/process engineering. To gain the Institution of Chemical Engineers chartered status an accredited MEng degree is required followed by at least four years' vocational training with an accredited employer. A postgraduate qualification can be beneficial, as can relevant manufacturing or process industry work experience. Opportunities to gain experience and an insight into the profession are provided by many employers via vacation work, sponsorship and industrial placements.

Key skills for chemical engineers
Employers look for graduates who are commercially aware and capable of working well under pressure within a team environment. Relevant technical knowledge is of particular importance, as are good communication, IT and analytical skills.

If you feel that you are ready to take the step up and make the move that will change your career, then this is the move for you through ARGC Manpower Consultants. If you have the relevant skills and experience, then please apply by following the links provided [email protected]



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