Process Control and Instrumentation Engineer

Air Products
US - Pennsylvania - Allentown
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  • Job Reference: 775797
  • Job Type: Full time
  • 28 days ago

Job Description




Process Control and Instrumentation Engineer
   

At Air Products, our purpose is to bring people together to reimagine what’s possible, collaborate and innovate solutions to the world’s most significant energy and environmental sustainability challenges. Grow with us as we embark on building tomorrow together by being the safest, most diverse, and most profitable industrial gas company in the world.   
   

Reimagine What’s Possible   
   

Roles and Responsibilities:   
   

We are seeking a

Process Control and Instrumentation Engineer

within our global engineering department located in Allentown PA. This position requires less than 30 % domestic / global travel.      

The role will assist senior engineers in:      

Developing process controls execution strategies in conjunction with overall project development team during the bid phase      

• Participate in P&ID development and Operability and Hazard Reviews      
• Author specifications of process control equipment including control valves, relief valves, flow measurement devices, process instrumentation, analytical systems, and DCS, PLC, and SCADA systems, building competences to become a checker and approver of others work      

• Learn to identify and manage process controls technical risk items      

• Participate in SIL assessments and author SIL verifications      

• Participate in Control System, Specification, Design, Programming, Testing, and Startup      

Required Skills / Abilities:            

Developing process controls execution strategies in conjunction with overall project development team during the bid phase      

Participate in P&ID development and Operability and Hazard Reviews      
Author specifications of process control equipment including control valves, relief valves, flow measurement devices, process instrumentation, analytical systems, and DCS, PLC, and SCADA systems, building competences to become a checker and approver of others work.      

Learn to identify and manage process controls technical risk items.      

Participate in SIL assessments and author SIL verifications.      

Participate in Control System, Specification, Design, Programming, Testing, and Startup.      

Participate in Factory Acceptance Testing of Process Automation equipment (DCS, Analyzers, PDC)      

Participate in plant commissioning, BPCS / SIS validations, SAT, and startups.      

Manage deliverables and report to project management about progress.      

May participate in preparing cost estimates for valves, instrumentation, analytical equipment, DCS equipment, SIS equipment and labor.         
   


Education and Licensing Requirements:
         

A Bachelor’s degree in Chemical, Mechanical, IT, or Electrical Engineering      

Must be able to demonstrate technical competence, leadership skills, communicate effectively      

Must be a strong team player with a willingness to accept responsibility and learn new technical skills.      

Have good problem-solving abilities, be ambitious, with excellent interpersonal and communication skills enabling you to work well within a multi-disciplinary design team located in multiple geographies and to liaise directly with suppliers and clients      

Travel is required, both domestic and international      

Travel will include trips to plant sites, equipment fabricators, outside engineering firms, and customer locations (estimated at 30%)      

Relevant practical site experience gained during your CDP assignments in understanding AP work process, BMS, and Project execution is required.




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