Ammonia Engineer, Capital Projects
Monolith, located in Lincoln, NE, is excited to announce its search for an Ammonia Engineer.
At Monolith we apply scientific principles, engineering practices, and a lot of hard work to solve real problems that have a global impact. We use sophisticated analysis methods, advanced manufacturing techniques, and often even our hands to build first of its kind technologies. We do not compromise on safety, quality or performance. If you want to solve tough problems, build real things, and have a big impact then you should join us.
The Ammonia Engineer will work in multi-disciplinary teams to ensure the engineering requirements of projects are effectively and technically delivered to meet timeline and budget, chiefly focused on the Ammonia Synthesis, Storage and Loading scope of the projects.
- Steward Monolith’s interests in detailed design and technical specifications to obtain the best possible quality project from EPC Contractor within schedule and cost constraints:
- Interface with EPC Contractor on key technology and areas where Monolith has significant operating experience regarding reliability, safety, and maintainability
- Become knowledgeable of the Contract, Scope of Work, and implement Monolith’s interests in the detailed design development while working constructively with the primary Contractor in a team environment
- Identify critical deliverables, based on the scope agreed by the Engineering Manager and Discipline Engineers
- Ensure deliverables are technically fit for purpose and meet the statutory requirements, health and safety laws, regulations, guidelines, including EPA and OSHA
- Conducts spot checks on engineering deliverables produced during EPC to ensure quality of engineered product
- Act as the discipline engineer for the Anhydrous Ammonia Synthesis Plant, Ammonia Storage and Loading systems, working with 3rd party consultants as required for timely resolution of technical inquiries, concerns, and optimizations.
- Identify and coordinate additional reviews as required with subject matter experts, 3rd party consultants, and project Discipline engineers for timely resolution
- Constructively work with Contractors, Vendors, and other Monolith team members to obtain the best possible engineered product:
- Coordinate and represent Monolith’s interests in Contractor development meetings and reviews including HAZOP’s and model reviews
- Proactively identify design and engineering concerns, working directly with Contractor and Monolith team members on best solutions to enable project to meet construction schedule
- Manage requests for information, change orders, and design change requests during design development
- Report on engineering performance against the baseline plan
- Support other functions in Capital Projects team as needed for specific area, including Construction Team, Project Controls, Procurement, Contracts, Operations & Maintenance, and Development
- Manage complex risks for successful execution of projects:
- Facilitate the generation of the engineering risks and mitigations for project risk register, (including 3rd part risk registers) and their ongoing management
- Review, modify and implement critical ITP’s, ensuring 3rd party vendors adhere to the overall project quality plan throughout the project lifecycle
- Support the Engineering Manager and other team members in development and updates required for the Project Execution Plan
- Potential to roll into either a construction field engineer, commissioning engineer or site engineer supporting operations.
- Perform other duties as required
- Organized: Ability to intelligently categorize information in a method that is intuitive to others
- Reliable: Consistent delivery on timelines
- Cogent: Efficiently explain research to the other members of the team
- Resilient: Perform well under pressure with a low ego that thrives on the team's success
- Inquisitive: Willingness and desire to learn
- Creative: Problem solver who challenges previous assumptions and methods to continuously improve and solve challenges; relentlessly pursues a better solution
- Adaptable: Demonstrated ability to adapt and change in a dynamic and evolving environment with grit, passion and perseverance
Committed to our values
- Safety matters most
- Think like a team
- Solve the impossible, embrace reality
- People make the difference
- Decisions drive results
- Generosity of spirit
- Enjoy the ride
Candidate must also demonstrate a high level of safety awareness and conviction. Adherence and commitment to Monolith’s SHE philosophy and procedures is a must.
- Bachelor's Degree in Chemical or Mechanical Engineering or a related field, and
- Minimum 5 years of work experience, or
- An equivalent combination of education and experience to successfully perform the job duties and responsibilities.
- At least 3 years direct experience with design or operations technical support of Ammonia Synthesis Plants
- Experience working in a fast-paced multi-discipline capital projects team
- Detailed knowledge of MS Office Suite, including MS Project and MS Visio
- Familiarity with review and/or development of design deliverables such as PFDs, P&IDs, data sheets, assembly drawings, technical specifications, ITP’s,
- Familiarity with piping codes (B31.1 or B31.3) and process control systems
- Familiarity with process safety systems and HAZOP’s
Work Environment and Travel Expectations
You will work in an open office environment. Up to 25% Travel may be required (Field Site, 3rd Party Vendors)