Chemical Engineers apply a unique combination of the principles of biology, physics, math and chemistry to solve large scale production issues. These issues can span over many industries and can be related to the production of fuel, drugs, materials, food and other products.
A Chemical Engineer will typically work in a laboratory, refinery, or industrial plant. They can perform a variety of tasks ranging from designing equipment and processes for large scale manufacturing to planning and testing production methods and facility operations. Chemical Engineers are vital in conducting research to develop new products and improve existing models for companies across several industries.
Chemical Engineer responsibilities may include:
Chemical Engineers are required to have an expert knowledge within the scientific and mathematic fields. In order to utilize this knowledge to design safer, more effective processes, a skilled Chemical Engineer will:
Candidates will typically need at least a Bachelor’s in chemistry or chemical engineering to qualify for most entry level jobs. However, some jobs may also require a professional engineer license, which will require you to pass two exams as well as participate in continued education to maintain your license.START INTERVIEW NOW START INTERVIEW NOW
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