Oil Refinery Engineer Resume Template

Without oil refineries, crude oil would be useless. Petroleum refineries are products of cutting edge engineering thanks to a team of chemical, electrical and mechanical engineers who over time have evolved to be a specialist team of oil refinery engineers. They are the ones who design these refineries that process crude oil with a blend of hydro molecules to make them useful in fueling power plants and industrial complexes, road vehicles and heating appliances at home.  The engineered processes take into about cost-effective and environment-friendly refining to make them affordable to all sectors.

Oil Refinery Engineer Resume Template

Engr. Edwin K. Rodriguez

Paseo De San Antonio, San Jose, CA

Phone: 408-889-4465



To be part of your team of Oil Refinery Engineers in a large oil refining company.

Summary of Qualifications

  • About 8 years of experience as a oil refinery engineer in a large refining company.
  • Excellent interpersonal and supervisory skills, as well as verbal and written communication skills in English and Spanish.

Career Experience / Job History

2003 – Present:  Oil Refinery Engineer, Marathon Petroleum Company, CA

  • Design and manage petrochemical processing plants
  • Implement and operate environmental and quality control systems
  • Troubleshoot environmental problems in industrial processing and manufacturing plants
  • Supervise a team of technologists, mechanics and junior engineers supporting refinery operations.
  • Conduct technical feasibility evaluations of projects.
  • Re-engineer and develop more cost-effective refining processes and equipment.


2001 – Present: various in house trainings and seminars on modern and fuel refinery operation, environmental concerns and oil consumer products

2001:  Passed board exams to become a Professional Engineer

1996 – 2001:  Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, MIT, Boston, MA

Professional reference will be furnished during the interview.

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