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Staff Instrument & Controls Engineer
Ref No.: 18-14718
Location: Kansas City, Missouri

Description

Instrument & controls engineering including front-end planning, I&C quantity and cost estimation, conceptual studies, detailed design, factory acceptance testing (FAT), and construction & commissioning support for EPC projects in Oil & Gas refineries and Chemical industrial facilities. Work in a project team environment under direct supervision of an I&C lead.Burns & McDonnell maintains a strong focus on quality deliverables which are completed on schedule.

*Note - non-local candidates will be considered but per diem/expenses are not offered for this position*

  • Prepare instruments and control systems specifications, instruments and instrument valves data sheets, RFQs, technical bid summaries, and purchase recommendations.

  • Conduct review of instrument and control systems vendor drawings and data. Interface with suppliers, clients, other engineering disciplines, and detailers/designers.

  • Participate in the development of P&ID's and equipment/subcontract package specifications.

  • Develop logic diagrams, instrument index, I/O list, cause & effects, and control narratives.

  • Able to support construction and startup & commission activities in the field, when required\


Requirements:

Qualifications

  • B.Sc. degree in Electrical, Chemical, or Mechanical engineering with Minimum 7 years of I&C related experience

  • EPC project experience is desirable

  • Excellent written & verbal communication and interpersonal skills

  • Ability to lead analysis and resolution of technical problems

  • Must be willing and eligible to obtain or currently hold a valid Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC)

  • This position requires an individual capable of taking variety of project assignments and willing to grow professionally

  • Previous engineering experience within Oil, Gas, Chemical industry is preferred

  • PE license is preferred, ability to get the PE license is required

    20% travel is required