This page tells you all about what the day-to-day reality of working in Process and Quality Control really involves. All the information is taken directly from Process and Quality Control graduate employee reviews
"All of the things described in job role."
Project Engineer, at Nestle
"Role: 1.P&ID mark ups 2.Preparation of datasheets 3.Preparation of calculations 4.Preparation of technical notes 5.Liaison with other disciplines 6.Liaison with client Engineer 7.Attending HAZOP as a secretary. Prepare a HAZOP Report. 8.Liaison with different disciplines to check if the HAZOP actions are being completed well in time. "
Graduate Process Engineer, CNRI at Wood Group
"Following an operations meeting in the morning, during which work activities and plant issues are discussed, I may take away some of the issues and investigate them further. I will then continue to work on some of my projects, interfacing with the entire engineering team and seeking input from operations personnel."
Process Engineer, at BP
"Work to design a processing unit based on BP and Industry standards to ensure safety is built into the design."
Process Engineer, at BP
"I currently work as an ACE Process Engineer supporting the Andrew offshore platform. I provide day to day engineering and trouble shooting to the offshore platform from the ACE area, which has all the necessary Video Conferencing and Desktop sharing ability to make this support easier."
Process Engineer, Oil and Gas at BP
"Current rotation involves process safety consultancy work for the company's project teams and operating asset teams. This means carrying out fire and explosion modelling, dispersion modelling, and quantitative risk assessments for major accidents."
Process Engineer, Process and Process Safety at BP
"Contract Meetings with Client, Meetings with Suppliers and Construction Teams. Working with site technical team to ensure maintenance jobs are complete. Resolving outstanding issues and subcontractor talks."
Management Trainee, at Balfour BeattyBalfour Beatty Profile
"Manage projects, review preferred vendors list, read text books and talk to offshore."
Graduate Control and Instrumentation Engineer, at Centrica
"A typical day involves progressing actions that have arisen through the constant stream of meetings that I currently attend. This could be looking at initiating document control procedures, calculating the orifice size for gas burner tips in incinerators or requisitioning gas sample cylinders for confirmation of calculated process variables. As a graduate, learning the trade of project management/engineering I am involved in all possible aspects, where possible, to allow a broad understanding of each individual role persons play in the development of large capital projects."
Project Engineer, EIS at Centrica
"A day with Wood Group PSN is anything but boring. My day starts at 7am which allows me time to deal with any emails that have come in over night and read through any offshore reports before meetings kick off at 8. The rest of the morning is taken up liaising with the project team and updating the Engineering plan. After lunch I may have a couple of short meetings and will use any spare time to review any new change requests and make updates to the plan where applicable. "
Project Controls Graduate, Project Controls at Wood Group