Our client, a worldwide chemicals company is looking for an entry level Process Controls Engineer or Instrumentation Engineer that is ready for a change. In consideration for your loyalty, they will provide you with a stimulating opportunity, a stable position in a growth environment, good benefits and a great opportunity to better your career.
The Process Controls Engineer is primarily responsible for the support of process control and monitoring systems for chemical manufacturing facilities in Client's Midwest Region.
- The successful candidate will provide primary control system hardware/software support to a variety of field personnel including Operations Technicians, Instrument Technicians, and various members of Operations management.
- This role includes tasks such as troubleshooting, small control system engineering projects, supporting various environmental regulations and reports, Root Cause Analysis, training, and preventative/corrective maintenance focusing on all areas of the advanced control system.
- This position will play a vital role in ensuring that Operations facilities follow and apply Management of Change protocols associated with control system changes.
- The position will also include periodic execution of moderately complex control system engineering projects, from design to implementation in accordance with company policies.
- Participates as a key contributor on project and technical teams and may provide technical guidance to others as assigned. Has fully mastered one technical skill and has general knowledge of other technical skills.
- Works independently and makes technical decisions based on full awareness of viability, cost and other benefits. Develops and implements innovative solutions.
- This position requires a basic understanding of a continuous chemical production process, proficiency with process control content of P&I diagrams and working knowledge of schematic wiring diagrams, primary instrumentation background with experience with control system electrical and instrumentation components (valves, analyzers, field sensors, control panels, etc.).