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Instrument Engineer
Ref No.: 18-03869
Location: Midland, Michigan
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Primary Responsibities:
Work with Process Engineers and Manufacturing Representatives to review and validate instrument process data
Develop and maintain an instrument index/schedule in an INtools database
Size and select the appropriate instrument technology solution for each application
Work with instrument suppliers to create the instrument order specifications used to purchase instruments
Review/walk the project with project team to clearly define the project scope of work.
Review and annotate piping and instrumentation diagrams and instrument location plans
Develop and/or select instrument installation detail drawings and instrument wiring drawings
Assemble and review the instrument documentation issued in construction contracts
Apply knowledge of global design standards for instrumentation and applicable engineering codes
Plan, forecast, and estimate instrument man-hour and Client requirements for a project.
Manage and coordinate the instrumentation work with other disciplines in a project to successfully complete the design of the instrumentation portion of projects
Track and report physical progress on the creation of instrument design deliverables for the project
Take responsibility for the accuracy, completeness and quality of all aspects of instrumentation on the project

Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Electrical, Chemical, or Mechanical Engineering is preferred)

Required Experience and Skills:
5+ years of experience in instrument design engineering on capital projects or small projects
Strong initiative and team leadership capabilities
Strong interpersonal relationship and time-management skills
Strong written and oral communication skills