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Instrument and Control Engineer II

Responsibilities: Carry out instrumentation design engineering activities, including co-ordination with the instrumentation design and other discipline groups under direction from the Lead Instrumentation Engineer.  Perform Instrumentation engineering design work with true regard to Safety both in design detail and engineering design execution. Adhere to schedule, budget, & staffing plans. Manage work to meet project deliverables. Coordination of specified tasks within and without the engineering discipline. Perform all work in line with WorleyParsons' EMS or project specific procedures. Be innovative in design work regarding minimization of cost while maintaining technical integrity. What you will bring Technical and Industry Experience:  A recognized Degree or Diploma in an engineering or scientific discipline, from an accredited college or university. Has At least 5 years of relevant experience. PE preferred Competent in Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, and Access. Experience in working with INTools and/or AVEVA. Experience with P&IDs development/update as well as preparing data sheets, requisitions, performing technical bid analyses, vendor data review of most field instruments (i.e. control and relief valves, transmitters, gauges, switches, etc.). Knowledge with Control Systems (DCS, PLC, HMI) design, programming/configuration, testing and commissioning. Experience in Pre-FEED, FEED, or EPC projects. Familiar with ARAMCO and Chevron standards, and ARCTIC experience is a plus. MON00FC
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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