Project Engineering Manager

  • Engineering Division
  • Lugano, Switzerland

Project Engineering Manager

Job description

Casale SA, leader in chemical plant design (ammonia, nitrates and phosphates, urea, methanol, melamine, syngas) and operating on a worldwide basis is seeking a Project Engineering Manager

She/He belongs to the Engineering Management Section, within the Engineering Division.

The main responsibilities are:

  • Prepares the project engineering execution plan;
  • Supervises and coordinate project engineering design activities according to contract requirements and project objectives;
  • Monitors that time and quality project objectives are met, in the direct coordination with the project engineering team;
  • Promotes and assures the project design reviews;
  • Approves the issue of the Project Change Request;
  • Ensures documents and material requisitions are issued in accordance with the project time schedule;
  • Manages and approves the P&IDs after the issue for design, taking care of possible later modification, in terms of time and cost impact;
  • Manages and takes care of the equipment list after the issue for basic design;
  • Approves the documents “Issued for Construction” of all engineering deliverables, taking care of possible “holds” and later modification, in terms of time and cost impact;
  • Assures the periodic updating of construction quantities elaborated by the concerned engineering disciplines.

Job requirements


  • Engineering Degree


  • Fluency in English language.


  • Good team-player, ability to build relationships inside and outside the company, self-motivated with strong organizing skills.
  • Ability to work well under pressure in a dynamic environment.
  • Good knowledge of international codes and standards.


  • Worked at least 10 years as a Project Engineer in the Oil&Gas or Petrochemical in Engineering & Construction Contractor. It is preferable experience on Fertilizer Projects.
  • Background in field engineering is also required

Availability for short-term trips and long-term assignment in foreign countries.