Cambi is a world leading provider of sustainable sludge management solutions. We are based in Norway and operate on all continents. Our diverse and highly competent organisation provides a valuable service, benefiting more than 70 million people in cities such as London, Beijing, Brussels, Sydney, Singapore, Seoul and Washington DC.
Our core expertise lies in designing, manufacturing, installing and operating industrial process installations, used mainly for treating sludge before or after anaerobic digestion in wastewater treatment plants. The process, thermal hydrolysis, reduces greenhouse gas emissions, produces renewable energy, organic fertilisers and various soil products, while destroying pathogens and other harmful substances. Cambi provides a series of THP products along with upstream and downstream products suitable for the sludge line.
Cambi carries out a thorough technical and financial evaluation of each project opportunity, based on detailed proprietary models. To advise customers on the optimal technology choice, our project development and sales processes resemble consulting services and require world class expertise.
Due to increasing activity in Asia Pacific, we are now searching for a highly skilled and experienced engineer with responsibility for project development, based in our offices in Singapore. As Project Development Engineer, you will report to the Discipline Lead Project Development in the Technical Department headed by the CTO, with hands-on responsibility to:
- Assist the Business Unit Directors in evaluating potential sales prospects from a technical and financial perspective, using Cambi’s proprietary project analysis models
- Advise customers during their technology selection process
- Assist with project development activities, such as customer and stakeholder meetings, site visits, seminars, conferences, exhibitions etc.
- Assist during contract negotiations and provide process input to the contract documents
- Develop highly technical sales prospects
- Actively contribute towards the optimisation of interactions between the technical department, Business Units and other departments in Cambi.
- A Master’s degree (MSc) or PhD in Chemical, Mechanical or Environmental Engineering. Other more business oriented degrees may qualify if you can demonstrate strong technical skills from the process industry
- Minimum 5 years of professional experience
- Experience in the water sector; candidates from other environmental/ process industries will also be considered
- Excellent verbal and written English skills; other languages will be appreciated.
- Very strong communication and presentation skills; you must be able to communicate with multiple stakeholders, both internally and externally
- Comfortable with mass and energy balances for the design of process plants and development of design documentation
- Able to understand complex processes and to quantify and assess process performance
- Able to understand and challenge technical specifications
- Structured, thorough and disciplined, with focus on quality and an ability to deliver on time
- A team player who enjoys interdisciplinary work in multicultural teams on international project
- Highly proactive, responsive and engaging, with a customer-oriented mindset
- Honest, self-driven and hard-working, with a natural inclination to share and learn new skills
- Willing to travel according to needs
- A hands-on role with significant global impact on sustainable urban development
- Exciting working days, with challenges aplenty to grow both professionally and personally
- Work in an international environment as part of global teams. Opportunities to travel.
- A competitive compensation plan and a good working atmosphere.
- Training will partly be in Singapore and partly at the headquarters in Norway.
Please send your cover letter and CV via the application form to the right, by 24 June 2018.
For further information, please contact:
- Christian Isachsen, HR Manager, +47 909 83 547
- Julien Chauzy, Discipline Lead Project Development, +33 6 26 86 48 11
- Marius Kleiven, Business Unit Director Asia Pacific, +65 977 61 104