The Instrumentation/Process Control Designer is responsible for the layout, analysis, and drawing preparation for the instrumentation/process control engineering scope of work for power, industrial, and chemical projects. The instrumentation/process control scope may include development of process control portions of Piping Instrumentation Diagrams, specification and purchase of all project instruments including field instrumentation and Distributed Control System and Programmable Logic Controller systems, and preparation of instrument indexes, device specifications, loop diagrams, interconnection diagrams, logic diagrams, control narratives, panel layouts, control architecture drawings, I/O lists, and instrument plan location drawings. |
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
- Work with instrumentation/process control engineers to develop concepts for instrumentation and process control designs to cost-effectively meet project requirements.
- Prepare calculations and/or computer models for the analysis and design of instrumentation and process control components.
- Prepare drawings for instrumentation scope using standard 2D CAD software
- Perform designs in accordance with current codes and regulations
- Interact and communicate effectively with clients, project managers, other design disciplines, vendors, contractors, and other team members to report project status and address project-related issues.
- Review the work of other engineers and designers and evaluate for completeness and accuracy.
- Visit client facilities and/or jobsites as needed to obtain information for design.
- Education A two year engineering and/or drafting technology degree is preferred. For senior designers, a verifiable record of qualified experience can substitute for the educational requirement.
- Experience Minimum of 10 years of pertinent engineering and design experience.
- Computer Skills Knowledge and ability to utilize computer-aided drafting tools such as AutoCAD or MicroStation are required.
- Communication Skills Ability to read, analyze, and interpret engineering design codes and regulations. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of clients, contractors, and/or employees of the organization.
Robins and Morton - Other Professionals - 30+ days ago