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Utility Engineer / MEP Engineer - Sweden

Job Description

Earthstream Global have an exciting role for a Mechanical or Electrical -MEP- Engineer to join our clients team in Sweden

In joining us you will play an important part from the very start in developing a new generation of large-scale European battery factories. Our client will play an important role in the transformation to a carbon-free society, and this is your opportunity to take part in leading those efforts and help drive us to success.

Key responsibilities include but are not limited to:

- Collecting the utility requirements (power, cooling, heating, gases, chemicals, water, etc) of the process and mechanical systems.
- Working with process engineers, suppliers, and engineering companies from all around the world to coordinate utility requirements for all equipment for coordination with our construction team.
- Developing and maintaining models for energy balance of our processes to validate and challenge utility needs.

Validating utility requirements using basic thermodynamics, industrial engineering best practice, and by liaising with the relevant discipline leads.

Validation of our utility requirements using measured data from our existing factories.
Validation of data quality; including, but not limited to, integrity towards general data model (Functional breakdown structure and Location breakdown structure)
Developing and maintaining data-driven methods and automated tools to automate the processes for managing the data.

Bachelors or masters in process, chemical, mechanical, or electrical engineering.

- Experience in the design/engineering of industrial, manufacturing, or chemical process facilities.


- Exposure to Construction, Supply Base Management, Purchasing, Engineering, and Manufacturing
- Valuable experience in multicultural environment
- Fluency in English

12 month contract with the option to be hired directly.