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GEA Process Engineering Looking for a Process Engineer

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GEA Process Engineering, Inc.

Process Engineer
          - Evaporation and Crystallization Division

Are you looking for a chance to enhance your career and grow personally?

GEA Process Engineering Inc., a full service company specializing in process systems and solutions, is seeking a Process Engineer to join our growing Evaporation and Crystallization Division. We were established in 1974 and promote an environment where all employees are valued and treated with respect.

The Process Engineer supports the ECNA Evaporation and Crystallization Department in areas of evaporator process requirements including process calculation review, generating performance requirements for subsystems (pumps, valves, and the like) preparation of needed component lists, system troubleshooting, testing new products (pilot plant as well as lab bench top equipment), installation, preparing Functional Descriptions and Operating Manuals and commissioning.


To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
  • Bachelor Degree in Engineering (Chemical or Mechanical) or equivalent scientific degree plus related experience. The Process Engineer should have a good understanding of thermodynamics and heat transfer unit operations plus piping systems including hydraulics.
  • Must have proven analytical skills
  • Must be detail oriented
  • Must possess good English language communication, verbal and written
  • Must possess good interpersonal skills and work well in a team setting as well as independently as required
  • Must be self-motivated. Able to work independently while traveling, maintaining established schedules
  • Operate test equipment as assigned, documenting performance in accordance with a pre-established test program
  • Advantageous to have working knowledge of MS Office products and Lotus Notes. Must be able to work with and maintain databases as applicable
  • Three years prior engineering related experience in the Chemical Industry. Preferably exposure to a manufacturing environmentAbility to travel up to 30% of work time (normal trips durations are 10 days)

GEA Process Engineering Inc. has a very comprehensive benefit package to offer. Our benefits include retirement plans, dental insurance, medical insurance, disability benefits, Flexible Spending Plans, life insurance, a vision-care plan, paid company holidays, and paid vacations.


Please send resumes to:

Christina Scott
GEA Process Engineering
9165 Rumsey Road
Columbia, MD  21045
Phone +1 410 997 6634
Fax +1 410 997 5021

Posted  February 4, 2014

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