Instrumentation & Controls Designer

Job Locations US-TX-Austin
Job ID
2020-1551
Type
Regular Full-Time
Category
Engineering

Overview

We are currently looking for an Instrument & Controls Designer in our Northwest Austin office. 

Responsibilities

The Instrumentation & Controls Designer shall be responsible for designing and implementing PLC and DCS-based control solutions for leading semiconductor manufacturing, pharmaceutical, biotechnology and other high-tech manufacturing facilities.

 

  • Apply engineering principles and practices to diverse design and design/build projects;
  • Support project and discipline management team in the execution of projects; 
  • Provide Instrumentation and Controls Engineering services to design and specify I&C systems for complex Process and Mechanical systems required for high-tech manufacturing, semiconductor fabrication, chemical processing, pharmaceutical, water and waste-water processing facilities;
  • Prepare wiring and raceway routing plans, instrument data sheets, process flow diagrams (PFD), piping and instrumentation diagrams (PID), loop wiring diagrams, PLC/DCS wiring diagrams, instrument installation plans and details, logic diagrams, sequences of operation, input/output databases, and other documentation;
  • Actively participate in multi-disciplinary team of electrical, I&C, process, mechanical, and Electrical engineers, construction supervisors, and vendors;
  • Some travel may be required both domestic and international.

Qualifications

  • 10+ years of experience;
  • Experience developing electrical construction documents in compliance with NFPA 70 and UL508A;
  • Experience developing P&IDs, loop wiring diagrams, wiring schematics, PLC/DCS control panel layouts, instrument plan diagrams, and conduit routing plans in compliance with ISA standards and practices;
  • Experience designing and implementing industrial communication networks including Ethernet, Modbus, Profibus, Devicenet, wireless telemetry, fiber networks;
  • Familiar with AutoCAD, MEP, P&ID, and BIM software;
  • Previous mission critical facility, semiconductor, government, pharmaceutical, biotech or “high-tech” industrial manufacturing project experience desired but not required.

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