Instrument Engineering activities for all phases of instrument development and
equipment design for a project of moderate size and complexity. Must be fully competent in performing all
conventional aspects of Instrument Engineering and application of independent
judgment for the evaluation, selection, and substantial adaptation and
modification of standard design engineering criteria, methods, and procedures.
Assignments have objectives requiring the investigation of a number of
Will provide some
technical guidance for less experienced drafting or engineering personnel.
with clients’ technical staff to discuss technical information and features.
sketches and performs calculations for a detailed segment of a project.
equipment specifications, inquiry and purchase requisitions for approval.
vendors’ bids and drawings to assure compliance with specifications.
equipment design to client and other disciplines.
and approves design drawings for assigned segment of a project.
in reviews of Process Flow Diagrams and Piping and Instrument Diagrams.
in the preparation of equipment lists, instrument index, loop sheets, I/O
diagrams, panel drawings and specifications for instruments.
subcontracted technical services’ activities.
in preparation of design guides, guide specifications, and contract proposals.
in plant start-ups and field assignments as required.
in equipment inspections at vendors’ facilities.
that production of drawings, specifications, reports and analysis meet scope,
schedule, cost, and quality requirements.
participate with construction personnel concerning constructability issues as
related to field conditions, sequencing and scheduling of construction
Ability to read, analyze and interpret
common scientific tables and technical journals, financial reports, and legal
documents. Ability to respond to common inquiries or complaints from clients,
regulatory agencies, or members of the business community. Ability to
effectively present information to senior management.
Ability to work with mathematical concepts
such as probabilities and statistical inference, and fundamentals of plane and
solid geometry and trigonometry. Ability to apply concepts such as fractions,
percentages, ratios and proportions to practical situations.
Occasionally may conduct or
participate in a field trip to an operating plant or construction site to
gather operating data and equipment information. This requires normal hearing, the ability to
stand, walk, reach, climb and balance, clear close and distance vision, depth
perception and the ability to focus.
Lifting up to 25 pounds may be required.
degree in Chemical, Electrical or Mechanical Engineering.