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Ø Job Description
The instrumentation and controls engineer is accountable for instrument specification, control system design, and fabrication shop activities for modular and packed equipment systems.
The instrumentation and controls engineer will take an active role in P&ID review meetings, instrument specification and control system design and review.
Review and confirm code basis for each project
Collaborate with other project team members to comply with project requirements and meet project schedules
Review and approve fabricator and external design drawings, documentation and fabrication sequence
Generate instrumentation specifications(Control Valves)
Skid electrical and instrument installation specification / design
Production of designs for integration of UOP and customer control systems that meet project requirements
Monitor status and ensure delivery of project deliverables within budgeted cost and schedule
Control system Factory Acceptance Tests (FAT)
Develop the scope of work using P&ID's, specifications, and project requirements to specify and complete instrument and control systems
YOU MUST HAVE
University Degree in Electrical Engineering, or equivalent
Solid experience in electrical engineering within the refining / petrochemicals / gas industry
Solid experience in the specification and design of instrumention and control systems
Strong written, verbal and interpersonal communications skills
Ability to work effectively with team members of all disciplines
A broad knowledge in Instrument Engineering practices and procedures
Ability to work on multiple projects at one time
Experience in or working knowledge of control theory
Ability to travel up to 20% annually.
Fluent in English language
Knowledge and experience in international designs and standards is a plus