Project Manager

We are looking for a Project Manager, who will be based at our site located in Lillo-Antwerp.

Context and dimensions of the job

Manage the complete management of change portfolio (CAPEX / MOC), with the exception of the major capital projects.

Responsibilities and Accountabilities


  • Deliver projects safely, timely and within budget
  • Improve the overall process safety performance of the site by applying uniform engineering standards and norms and supporting SIL, Atex and HAZOP studies.
  • Apply for project permits in case required.
  • Assure the project conformity to the local regulations / laws and European Directives.
  • Execute project HSSE reviews.



  • Improve the development and usage of engineering standards together with other Ineos sites
  • Execute CAPEX projects in accordance with INEOS procedure P4SB07
  • Execute MOC’s in accordance with INEOS procedure P4SB12.
  • Execute CAPEX and MOC’s in line with the INEOS Group Guidance Notes (IGGN)



  • Ensure an efficient project management and develop the project execution and management skills in line with the INEOS procedures.
  • Schedule- and execute periodical project meetings with internal- and external staff.
  • Report on a monthly basis the status and progress of all CAPEX projects.
  • Report on a monthly basis the status and progress of the MOC’s
  • Manage the project reporting- and project assurance requirements from the O&P North project assurance group.
  • Establish and validate correct total investment estimates
  • Execute risk management and –mitigation activities to meet project goals.
  • Establish per project the minimum management tools to guide a project from start to the end
  • Identification and prioritizing capex projects
  • Establish a yearly CAPEX program and -budget in close cooperation with the Engineering manager and the CAPEX coordinator.
  • Communicates regularly with maintenance-, production-, HSSE- & engineering manager



  • Acts as a member of the operations support duty team and site Emergency Response team.


Skills and knowledge required


Master (University) degree in engineering and minimum 5 years experience in a leading manufacturing position or Bachelor (Hogeschool) degree in engineering and minimum 10 years experience in a leading manufacturing position



  • Good understanding of chemical engineering and chemical plant operations and project                 engineering.
  • Good financial skills
  • Good understanding of business principles



  • Inspiring leader who can motivate people with different expectations to work towards common     goals
  • Result and business oriented, set priorities, decision taker
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Being a role model for core values such as integrity, honesty and HSE.


Our offer
A challenging job in a stimulating and technically advanced environment, a motivating remuneration package and the opportunity for further development in a company that is in its sector to the world's top.

Interested ? Please let us know quickly.