Global Chemical Manufacturer has an immediate opening for an Instrument and Electrical Engineer
The Instrument and Electrical Engineer continuously evaluates the site’s existing electrical, instrumentation, and process control systems for reliability and potential improvements. Works independently regarding most daily and weekly activities, but interacts frequently with the E/I Leader. Interacts daily with team department members, maintenance, and operations in supporting and maintaining the electrical, instrumentation, and control systems.
•Performs engineering design for new and modified installations of electrical, instrumentation, and controls systems.
•Ensures proper documentation of instrument and electrical equipment records and drawings to meet regulatory and Company requirements.
•Serves as the technical expert for the site in the fields of Instrumentation, Safety Instrumented Systems, Power Distribution, and codes and standards relevant to the operation of a chemical plant.
•Provides day-to-day technical support on electrical, instrumentation, and control systems.
•Supports implementation of new projects, either as the E/I discipline lead or as the project manager on E/I intensive project.
•Manages outside engineering and construction resources in support of capital projects.
•Serves as a SIS Responsible Engineer for one or more plants on site.
•Updates and maintain short circuit, power coordination, and arc flash studies.
•A Bachelor's degree in Chemical, Electrical or Mechanical Engineering
•A minimum of three years of progressively responsible industrial experience regarding chemical plant instrumentation and electrical systems.
•Knowledge of electrical distribution equipment up to 480V.
•Working knowledge of DCS platforms.
•Experience specifying, installing, maintaining, and troubleshooting of temperature, flow, pressure, level, and analytical instruments and valves preferred.
•Experience with specifying, installing, and testing of Safety Instrumented Systems preferred.
•Experience with Input/Output architecture (Fieldbus, Profibus, HART, DeviceNet, Modbus, Wireless) preferred.
•Experience with short circuit, power coordination, and arc flash studies preferred.
•Knowledge of codes applicable to a chemical plant including, but not limited to NFPA70, 70E, 85, 86, and 497 preferred.
•Knowledge of DeltaV or Honeywell TDC3000 and PLC/Logic Solver systems (preferably Allen-Bradley). Knowledge of VFDs (including braking systems) preferred.
FPCNational - 30+ days ago