INEOS is one of the largest petrochemical companies in the world, employing around 22,000 people across 168 sites in 26 countries. Ineos Grangemouth is one of Scotland’s largest manufacturing sites and home to a pool of talented engineers who produce essential chemical building blocks vital to modern life and beneficial to society.
Sustainability has always been at the heart of our business in Grangemouth and we have a road map to achieving ‘net zero’ by 2045. To get there we have set ambitious interim targets for 2030 as we continue to create vital products that help others to reduce their carbon footprints and lead the hydrogen revolution. We’re investing in this sustainable future right now, building the infrastructure that will deliver carbon savings with further investment of more than £1bn to come. You could be part of our journey to Net Zero.
We offer unique and unrivalled experiences and opportunities to grow and develop. As a graduate chemical engineer at you will work in a variety of different roles within different parts of the business designed to give you a diverse set of early experiences.
Each role supports different aspects of asset operation (including SHE, production, reliability and energy use and cost improvements) to deliver the short and long term asset strategy. You will be embedded within a technical team with experienced chemical engineers and given a real job with real responsibilities from Day 1.
If you thrive on a challenge and are prepared to push yourself, then INEOS’ open and non-hierarchical approach to business will give you the opportunity to quickly develop your professional capabilities and truly thrive.
Chemical Engineering: Based initially at Grangemouth our graduates find themselves working on real projects with experienced engineers who will mentor and guide them through to IChemE Chartership from the start. You will immediately develop key skills and experiences required for a successful career in your discipline.
We are seeking the very best Chemical graduates who demonstrate the following skills and qualifications:
We will consider recent graduates with up to two years relevant work experience.
If you would like to join us on this exciting journey and play your part in delivering the sustainable future for Scotland’s largest manufacturing site, please get in touch. We’d love to hear from you and share our plans.
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