David Evans and Associates, Inc. is currently seeking an Instrument and Controls Engineer for a long term position with our client in Anchorage, Alaska.
Lead I&C engineer for large EPC power projects responsible for design of entire plant control system including DCS, instruments, and control logic.
Manage and lead other staff engineers during execution of projects.
Develop and update project schedules and budgets.
Prepare design and cost estimates for the instrument and controls group.
Create control narratives, logic diagrams, I/O lists, instrument datasheets, wiring diagrams, loop drawings, and equipment specifications.
Support the development of P&IDs and associated control logic.
Interface with clients, vendors, and construction personnel.
Perform project site visits with construction personnel and clients.
Review technical information for accuracy and contractual requirements.
Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical, Chemical, Computer, or Electrical engineering from an accredited college or university.
15 years of engineering experience pertaining to the instrumentation and controls of power plants.
10 years of EPC experience with some field and commissioning experience.
Thorough knowledge of power plant processes, especially combined-cycle, simple cycle, and coal plants.
First-hand experience in specifying, developing, and testing DCS and PLC systems.
Ability to create and check logic diagrams as they pertain to power plant systems.
Thorough knowledge of plant instrumentation.
Ability to work independently and lead project groups.
**Interested and qualified candidates may apply directly, or by sending a resume to dxwi(at)deainc.com
DEA is proud to be an AA/EEO employer and all qualified candidates will receive consideration without regard to characteristics protected by applicable local, state or federal law, such as race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, marital status, veteran or military status, genetic information or sexual orientation.
David Evans & Associates - 2 years ago