Plant Process Control Engineer in Granite City, IL

$80K - $100K(Ladders Estimates)

United States Steel Corporation   •  

Granite City, IL 62040

Industry: Manufacturing & Automotive


Not Specified years

Posted 60 days ago

This job is no longer available.

Job Description

U. S. Steel has an immediate opening for a Process Control Engineer within its Process Control Systems group located in Granite City, IL. This high-profile role combines the challenges of project management and information architecture working within a highly skilled team. The successful candidate will be responsible for developing and maintaining Software and Hardware of Process Control systems in all areas of the plant. Plant Process Control systems routinely consist of Allen-Bradley Programmable Logic Controllers communicating to real-time applications, models and databases hosted on Open VMS and Windows Servers.

Work is done in accordance with Safety and Quality Standard Operating Procedures of U. S. Steel. Due to the nature of our business, our facilities operate 24 hours/day, 7 days/week, 365 days/year. Therefore, this position may require work on weekends and/or holidays.

Must be knowledgeable of Level 1 Control Systems for processing lines

Experience in the design, engineering, installation and testing of Level 1 control systems

Must possess excellent troubleshooting skills, for complex Level 1 systems problems.

Must be capable of PLC programming.

Understand of the interfaces and operations of Supervisory Control Level 2 Systems.

Understanding of SCADA system and HMI's

Ability to read P&ID and electrical schematics.

Responsibilities to include:

Detail design of system specification including hardware and software requirements

Recommend, specify, engineer and implement electrical control and automation upgrades to improve product quality, increase yield, and decrease downtime

Coding, testing, commissioning, tuning, and implementing applications / systems and providing user training

Supporting the critical production systems in a timely fashion; troubleshooting problems, maximize operating efficiencies with minimal interruption, and working with Operations to assist with complex problems

Attend operator and quality improvement meetings, as it relates to assigned area

Monitor operation of the line and level 1 control systems, to identify potential problems and resolve them, before impacting production or quality.

Provide downturn and start-up support

Provide emergency service

Ensure compliance to plant and Corporate initiatives

Bachelor Degree or 4 years equivalent experience in Computer, Physics, or Electrical field is required.

Minimum of 1 year work experience in manufacturing environment is required.

Valid Through: 2019-9-16