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Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Parco Coastal Refinery Limited PCRL Jobs



PARCO Coastal Refinery Limited (PCRL) has embarked on setting up a new oil refinery of 250,000 BPD capacity at Khalifa
Point, near the coastal city of Karachi, Pakistan.

PCRL is seeking applications for the following positions:


Qualifications & Competencies: Bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering from a PEC accredited university,
preferably with a Master's degree. Proficiency is required in handling Basic Engineering Design (BEDP) with licensor units,

Front End Engineering Design (FEED), Detailed Engineering Design (DED) of grassroot crude ol refinery, with secondary
processing units and processing plants.

Experience: Fifteen to twenty years of relevant experience in Refinery Process Engineering Design, Petrochemicals,
Commissioning, startups and Operations. Must have working experience with multinational, petrochemicals, oil & gas
client/contractor companies on international and/or Pakistan based projects.

Responsibilities: The candidate will be required to develop and implement licensing strategies, provide guidance for
project design, including Basic Engineering, FEED, Detailed Engineering, coordination with PMC and engineering
contractors, etc. Should have good knowledge and experience of HYSYS or other equivalent process simulation
softwareS and must be able to implement HsE COdes and standards, and ensure compliance to all process safety
standards. Will be responsible for managing process design by licensors/designers, maintaining progress, integrity,
quality and accuracy of process design work.

Interested candidates should visit our website to apply online, latest by December 22, 2019.
PCRL is an equal opportunity employer. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
Use of any extraneous influence during the selection process would immediately result in the
disqualification of the candidate.

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