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EMEA Supply Chain Project Engineer

  • Hays
Antwerpen, Belgium
  • Hays
Antwerpen, Belgium

Hays is looking for an EMEA Supply Chain Project Engineer, for a multinational company in Herentals.


As the EMEA CMS Supply Chain Project Engineer you’ll be accountable for project management activities, including FEED, detailed design and construction support for the three Supply Chain plants in the EMEA region. The Project Engineer must be capable of managing multiple projects from $300,000 up to $5,000,000 in a safe and efficient manner.

  • Providing single point of accountability for project management and project expertise in the region while reporting to the CMS Supply Chain Global Engineering Leader;

  • Managing project costs, project schedule, project resources, technical competency, environmental requirements and safety;

  • Interacting with plant employees and third party engineering suppliers to coordinate project activities and coordination of assigned resources for completion of projects to meet project time frames;

  • Participating in and supporting the use of the Front-End Loading, Detail Design, and other demonstrated best practices in the execution of projects;

  • Partnering with internal customers to develop project approval documents, secure funding, engineer projects, support construction, complete project safety start-up reviews, and aid through the startup of projects;

  • Conducting technical and commercial bid evaluations;

  • Managing vendor scopes of work and package delivery through to commissioning;

  • Coordinating project status and technical design reviews with key stakeholders and internal engineering resources to ensure alignment with business objectives;

  • Collaborating with peers and work groups. (Maintenance, Reliability, IT, EHS, etc.).


  • Bachelor's degree or higher in an engineering field (Mechanical, Civil, Chemical, electrical, ect…);

  • Experience in managing capital or expense projects;

  • Must be open to periodic travel between the three EMEA plant sites (bi-monthly);

  • Strong oral/written communication skills and the ability to interact and work in a team environment;

  • Ability to support and work across organisation boundaries to leverage resources and resolve conflicts.


  • A chance to work in a company that is a worldwide leader in the energy sector;

  • An attractive remuneration package with numerous fringe benefits including: an attractive salary, a health insurance package; a group insurance package (pension - death - disability); meal vouchers.

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