The Furnace Design Engineer undertakes the design activities related to projects for hot assets (hot steel, combustion systems, refractory) and associated processes (raw material preparation and feeding, cooling systems, dampering, bubbling, etc.). The Furnace Design engineer has global responsibilities that imply travels to the 3 locations of the company. Before being completely autonomous and operational in the role, the Furnace Design Engineer will be mentored by a senior expert. He/She will fullfill this position in compliance with the environmental, quality, health and safety criteria prevailing within 3B-the fibreglass company.
- You will work in close collaboration with Project Leaders, Hot Assets expert & Engineering team as well as with the other stakeholders ;
- You manage different types of studies from the scope definition to the details, according to the projects’ phases ;
- You also elaborate the planning and ensure the coordination and cooperation within the stakeholders in order to successfully complete the projects ;
- You fulfill this position in compliance with the environmental, quality, health and safety criteria prevailing within the company. A special attention to safety integration into design ;
- You perform 2D & 3D drawings for furnaces and associated processes
You ensure the quality of design by performing regular model reviews
Being in the Hot asset engineering team, you prepare furnace and associated processes related Specifications / BOM / associated document ;
- You review the design drawings prepared by third parties ;
- You review Vendor documents in order to check suitability of the detailed design ;
- You supervise/lead construction/site works during furnace repair/rebuild ;
- You perform post mortem assessments and ensure integration of continuous improvement opportunities into the design ;
- You document all project phases from of course assembly up to detail drawings, scope definition, specifications postmortem analysis, inspection report… ;
- You are in charge of refractory supplier audits and qualification of new refractory materials.