Principal TSE Engineer - Hazard Reviews

Posted 24 February 2023
Salary Negotiable
Job type Permanent
Contact NameIan Hunter

Job description

We have a current opportunity for a Principal TSE Engineer - Hazard Reviews on a permanent basis. The position will be based in Surrey.


  • This role is focused on delivery of hazard reviews and associated work processes for consultancy and engineering projects.
  • There is an opportunity to develop new approaches and optimize work processes for energy transition projects.
  • As a principal technical safety engineer, you must be adaptable and have experience of chairing multiple hazard reviews including HAZID/ENVID, HAZOP, LOPA etc.
  • Write, check, and approve clear and concise reports.
  • Ability to share findings with all key stakeholders early and effectively.
  • Working across the project life cycle, from feasibility and concept, through FEED, detailed design or supporting Group EPC projects.
  • Communication with clients and senior management.


  • ideally hold chartered engineer or professional process safety engineer status.
  • Must have a suitable functional safety qualification eg. TUV, Exida to align with IEC 61511.
  • Related experience working for engineering and/or client organizations.
  • Experience in the energy transition arena.

For further information about this position please apply.

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