Combustion Engineer

Employer
Jensen Hughes
Location
Baltimore, MD
Posted
May 11, 2017
Closes
May 23, 2017
Function
Engineer
Industry
Engineering
Hours
Full Time
JENSEN HUGHES has a job opportunity for Combustible Dust Consultant in our Baltimore, MD office. This person will perform, or direct engineering consulting services pertaining to combustible dust hazards. Seeking applications from both senior and mid-level, experienced staff. Job responsibilities include managing combustible dust projects, performing engineering work associated with combustible dust projects, and mentoring internal staff for senior consultants. This position is a high visibility strategic role, with potential to grow into a key business development position. Training provided for experienced project managers with a solid process hazard analysis background.The ideal candidate will be ready to do the following:Lead combustible dust hazard analyses (DHA)Review and provide QA/QC for DHA reports prepared by internal staffDevelop dust testing recommendations and analyze dust test resultsConduct site inspections to evaluate compliance with industry standardsConduct third-party review and acceptance testing of explosion protection systemsDevelop explosion protection system designs and budgetary cost estimatesConduct electrical classification assessments for NEC Chapter 5 compliancePrepare performance-based designs for combustible dust-handling facilitiesInvestigation of combustible dust fires and explosions is desired but not requiredRequirements:High-level written and oral communication skills to write reports, business correspondence, presentations, etc., and to respond to questions from clientsDemonstrated knowledge of engineering practices, process safety principles, and industry standards applying to combustible dust handling operations, including:NFPA codes/standards 68, 69, 70 (classified locations), 77, 484, 499, 505, 652, 654, 664, and 2113International Fire Code and NFPA 1Dust collection system analysis and designBulk solids process equipment (eg, pneumatic conveyance systems)Housekeeping methodsInstrumentation & controls (safety instrumented systems) is a plusAbility to apply process safety principles to non-standard scenariosDevelop emergency response plansAbility to design and analyze industrial ventilation systems is desired but not requiredBachelor's degree (BS) from four-year college, and5 or more years of related experience and/or training; orEquivalent combination of education and experienceProfessional Engineer (PE), Certified Safety Professional (CSP), Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH), Institute of Safety and Health Management (ISHM) or comparable certification strongly preferred25%-50% travel required