Prepare instrumentation work scopes, cost estimates, schedules, material specs, sketches, construction work packages, and other required documentation.
Troubleshoot instrumentation problems & issues, develop alternatives, and propose & implement solutions for long-term reliability.
Answer technical inquiries, make technical recommendations, improve design tools, & develop design procedures, and provide training.
Manage, design & execute instrument related capital projects.
Document & manage information related to instrumentation systems & equipment.
Ensure all work is performed in accordance with applicable Environmental, Health, Safety, & Building codes as required by Federal, State, &Local regulations.
Strong knowledge of field instrumentation & controls including sensors, transmitters, final control elements, process control systems, communication protocols and wiring methods.
Specify, purchase, install, commission & troubleshoot field instrumentation.
Design instrument loops including selection & sizing of flow meters, control valves and other field instrumentation.
Read, understand & develop drawings including P&IDs, schematics, and connection diagrams.
Evaluate & select suppliers for specific instrumentation applications.
Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. Listen & properly regard input from all team members & stakeholders.
Communicate technical ideas to a wide range of groups.
Use Microsoft Office programs to efficiently & effectively convey information.
Use engineering software to perform design calculations including design of flow meters & control valves.
Bachelor of Science in engineering related discipline is preferred.
5 years of instrument engineering experience is required.
Compensation Range: $50 – $82/hr