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Instrument & Control Systems Associate Engineer

Vacancy number • TR-232977

Instrument & Control Systems Associate Engineer

  • Louisiana
  • Closes 20 June
  • 50 hours
  • Academic Bachelor

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About this job

  • Industry: Oil & Gas
  • Area of expertise: Engineering & Design
  • Location: Louisiana

What is required?

  • Hours per week: 50
  • Closing date: Thursday, 20 June 2024

About this role


Job Title: I&C Systems Associate Engineer


Location: Louisiana


Schedule: 5/40 or 5/50


Duration: Full-time



THE OPPORTUNITY:


We are seeking an Associate/Graduate Instrument and Control System Engineer to join our team at the LNG Facility in Louisiana. Reporting to the Principal Engineer of Instrumentation and Controls Engineering, you will support the Operations, Maintenance, and Engineering groups regarding Plant Instrumentation and Control Systems.


In this role, you will be part of a team responsible for ensuring that the Plant Instrumentation and Control Systems operate safely, reliably, and with minimal downtime, according to design specifications.


WHAT YOU'LL BE DOING:


Job Role Responsibilities:



  • Candidate will develop knowledge and understanding of the complete Plant Instrument and Control system equipment and will be assigned tasks including but not limited to:

    • Plant Instrumented Control and Safety Systems (e.g., Distributed Control Systems (Mark VIe & Yokogawa), Safety Systems (Mark VIe, Yokogawa, HIMA), Fire and Gas Systems, and Programmable Logic Controllers (Allen Bradley, Siemens, Emerson/GE, etc.)

    • Operational Technology Networks, Firewalls and Cyber Security

    • Field Instrumentation for process measurement (e.g., Pressure, Temperature, Level, Flow, etc.) Control Valves, Shutdown Valves (Air, Gas, and Motor Operated), Analyzers (H2S, Moisture, etc.) Gas Chromatographs, Flow Metering Systems (Ultrasonic, Coriolis, Differential Pressure, etc.) and their transmission systems (e.g. 4-20mA, Hart, ProfiBus, etc.)

    • Alarm Management Systems including Management of Alarm databases and audits against Operating systems



  • Support the development and maintenance of:

    • Field instrumentation specification and data sheets

    • Key Performance Indicators & Metrics for Instrument and Controls

    • Instrument control drawings and databases



  • Support with the Management of Change (MOC) process

  • Support Root Cause Failure Analysis (RCFA) process

  • Provide day-to-day troubleshooting support to Operations groups


Requirements

EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, AND QUALIFICATIONS:



  • Education: BS or higher degree in Electrical, Electronics, or Computer Engineering, preferably with specialization in Process Control, Control Systems, and Instrumentation.

  • Experience: 1- 4 years' experience working as an Engineer in a process plant environment is preferred.

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If you have questions or would like to discuss the details of this role, please contact Stephanie Jones quoting publication number: TR-232977

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