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Shiva Kameswaran <[log in to unmask]>
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Shiva Kameswaran <[log in to unmask]>
Thu, 8 Dec 2011 16:23:14 -0500
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ExxonMobil's Corporate Strategic Research has an immediate opening for a 
full-time staff position in process control within our Complex Systems
Science Section. The laboratory is located 50 miles from New York City in
scenic western New Jersey.

We are looking for a creative and resourceful individual to join a dynamic
group of scientists to conduct research on theory, algorithms, and
implementation of systems that enable automation, monitoring, diagnosis
and fast decision-making of engineering processes within ExxonMobil to
ensure safe and highly efficient operations. The candidate will work at
the interface of control theory, statistical data analysis, optimization
and computing with a focus on control applications.

The successful candidate will have a Ph.D. degree in Chemical Engineering,
Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Applied Mathematics or
related scientific discipline, with a strong understanding of linear and
non-linear control, optimization, decision-making under uncertainty and
related methods. Knowledge of process modeling and optimization based
decision making of large-scale systems is required. Experience in high
performance computing is highly desirable. The candidate should also have
strong communication skills with an ability to interact with a variety of
researchers and business partners in different disciplines. The candidate
should also have a desire and ability to grow into new science areas and
learn new skills.

ALL candidates MUST apply through the website to be considered. Please
submit your cover letter and resume to our website at and apply for the Process Control Job under Research
and Development.