Project Engineer (m/f/d)

Posted Date 9 months ago(6/3/2020 9:42 AM)
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We create chemistry but we are much more than a chemistry company: We’re engineers, scientists, technical experts and logistics specialist. We’re problem solvers, advisers and product designers. We have 100 years of experience, a global network and a great passion for chemistry that comes from the heart. This is how me make sure that our plastics drive the cars of tomorrow, that our emulsions make interior paints even more eco-friendly and that our sweeteners reduce sugar also in your food products.


We are a global technology leader in the production of chemistry solutions and specialty materials used in most major industries and consumer applications which are also part of your everyday life. Headquartered in Dallas (Texas) our global network includes around 7,700 employees, more than 80 locations in 20 countries and helps us use ‘good chemistry’ to make our lives a little bit safer, cleaner and better – everyday. 


For our site in Lanaken (Belgium) we are currently looking for an


Project Engineer (m/f/d)


  • Analyze and improve production processes;
  • Implement and follow up investment projects in the field of safety, health, environment and quality;
  • The technical adaption and improvement of existing installations;
  • Provide support to maintenance service at both mechanical and E & I level;
  • Managing and supervising contractors.


  • Bachelor or Master’s degree in (Electrical or Mechanical) Engineering preferably with 3-5 years of relevant experience (with electricity, automation, electromechanics…)
  • Fluent English and Dutch language knowledge
  • Few years of experience with industrial production processes
  • Experience with projects and managing employees (e.g. leading a small project) would be desirable


Do you feel interested?

Please send your application through the Celanese career site.

Please submit your CV in English language. 

We are looking forward to your application!




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