Instrument Engineer – All Levels
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Review and comment on P & ID’s. Calculate, specify, and requisition field instrumentation and controls associated with refinery projects. EPC experience is preferred . Configuration or Programming experience with Emerson Delta V or Allen-Bradley Control Logix is a plus. Review and comment on miscellaneous project documentation. Assist in generating proposals. Participate in HAZOP reviews. Familiar with ISA S84, or IEC 61511.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:
Level 1: Entry level position for a BS or MS graduate, normally requiring a degree in Instrument Engineering. Under close supervision, performs the routine aspects of instrument engineering assignments requiring knowledge and application of basic engineering priciples.
Level 2: Normally requires a minimum of 2 years of experience in instrument engineering. Performs design engineering and analysis for less complex units under general supervision. With additional experience within a specialty, is expected to assist in the design of larger and more complex units.
Level 3: Normally requires a minimum of 4 years of experience in instrument engineering. The journey level of instrument engineering. Responsible for performing all aspects of design engineering and analysis for new assigned units. Minimal supervision is received. May provide some technical guidance to less experienced drafting and engineering personnel.
Level 4: Normally requires a minimum of 7 years of experience in instrument engineering and is usually referred to as the senior level of instrument engineering. Responsible for independently applying advanced engineering techniques and analysis within the discipline. Work at this level usually requires extensive progressive instrument experience, including work comparable to the journey level of engineering.
Level 5: Normally requires a minimum of 10 years of experience instrument engineering. Usually referred to as a lead position; it is the first level which includes responsibility for technical direction over a group of engineers or who functions as a technical specialist, formulating and developing advanced engineering concepts.
Level 6: Includes the first level positions(s) of administrative and supervisory personnel above those reported in Level 5 within an instrument engineering discipline but not including the department manager Generally functions as the discipline lead on a project.
Level 7: This level is the most senior position in the instrument engineering family. It encompasses the Chief Engineer, discipline chief, department manager, and any technical positions within the discipline at the same level of seniority. Managers at this level are responsible for work force staffing, budgeting and /or technical excellence and standards within the discipline.
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