Process Controls / Instrumentation Engineer

Job Description Primary Job/Position Responsibilities: Lead and Participate in safety tailgates, follow Albemarle safety work rules and procedures, maintain safety awareness. Lead and participate in Control Systems selection, specification (Siemens 505, Allen Bradley SLC500, Honeywell (TPS and Experion), misc. PLC's) Lead and participate in installation, programming, checkout, startup, troubleshooting, and tuning of new plant process controls equipment. Process Control System programming (Wonderware, APT, Workshop, Control Wave, Rslogix, Panelview, CL code, Display Builder, Control Builder).. Design, procure, program, install, and startup Process Control Server systems, Data Repository systems, Network systems, Virtual Machine (VM) systems, Fiber systems, Radio Systems, and Camera systems. Design, procure, and startup Process Instrumentation systems such as Control Valves, Flow meters, Process Analyzers, Burners Control Systems, and I/O systems. Education Requirements: Candidate will possess a technical related Bachelor of Science degree, i.e. Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science, etc. Five Years in Industrial Process Controls Engineering Experience Equivalent Essential Qualifications: Working Knowledge of PC operating systems, Networking systems, VM systems, high level programming languages. Working knowledge of PLC systems, DCS systems, MMI systems, and Historians. In depth knowledge of Excel, Approach, Access, Word Excellent verbal and written communication skills Excellent people skills - Customer focused Team Oriented Desired Qualifications: Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. 5 Years experience in Industrial Plant environment. Experience in programming APT, Workshop, Wonderware. REQ-4665
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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