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Bryan Research & Engineering, Inc. (BR&E) is a widely recognized
privately-owned provider of software and engineering solutions to the gas
processing, refining and chemical industries. Since the company’s inception
in 1974, BR&E has combined research and development in process simulation
with state of the art computerized engineering technology to provide our
satisfied clients with flexible, accurate, efficient and dependable tools
that improve their bottom line.
 
Today, BR&E’s ProMax® process simulation package serves as a valuable
resource for thousands of engineers around the globe. Heralded as the
industry standard in many process areas, ProMax is the latest generation of
software from BR&E. Built on the foundation of its renowned predecessors,
TSWEET® and PROSIM®, ProMax introduces an improved level of flexibility,
dependability and accuracy unparalleled in the marketplace today. 
 
BR&E is currently seeking candidates to fill “Development Engineer”
positions at our company headquarters in Bryan, Texas.

Location: Bryan, TX
Degree Required: Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering
Responsibilities:
1. Participate in the design, development and maintenance of BR&E software,
particularly the ProMax® process simulator 
2. Develop and refine modeling and numerical tools for new simulation features
3. Develop and test applications for BR&E software
4. Integrate various software components with one another (e.g. GUI)
5. Draft and review technical documentation

Skills Required:
1. Solid background in chemical engineering principles, particularly
thermodynamics,transport phenomena, kinetics and mathematics
2. Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
3. Knowledge of and experience programming with C, C++ and/or Visual Basic
4. Strong interpersonal skills
5. Capacity to tackle multiple assignments simultaneously with minimal
supervision 

Skills Preferred:
1. Familiarity with Microsoft development tools and methodologies including
Visual Studio.Net and the Win32 Platform SDK
2. Knowledge and experience in programming with MFC, Visual Basic and COM
3. Experience with development on multiple Windows platforms

To apply for this position, submit your resume to [log in to unmask]

Joel Cantrell
Bryan Research & Engineering
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www.bre.com

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