Senior Instrument Engineer in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta

The Instrument Designer is a member of a global capital project design team that is made up of several differentengineering disciplines. The Instrument designer applies applicable design criteria, design tools, best practices, andestablished work processes when creating the documentation required for the selection, purchase, and installation ofinstrumentation in new or existing process plants. The purpose of this job is to provide Instrument Design Engineeringservices to Dow Businesses.The primary job duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:· Work with Process Engineers and Manufacturing Representatives to review and validate instrument process data· Assemble and submit instrument material and engineering labor requirements for inclusion in project estimate.· Develop and maintain an instrument index/schedule, specifications, wiring and loop diagrams in a SmartPlantInstrument (SPI) (formerly 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 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 status instrument manpower requirements for a project· Manage and coordinate the work of a team of instrument engineers and instrument designers to successfullycomplete the design of the instrumentation portion of capital projects· Track and report physical progress on the creation of instrument design deliverables for the project· Provide instrument construction support for projects· Take responsible for the accuracy, completeness and quality of all aspects of instrumentation on the projectQualificationsA two year technical diploma in Engineering Technology is required5+ years of experience in detailed instrument design is requiredStrong initiative and team leadership capabilitiesStrong interpersonal relationship and time-management skillsStrong written and oral communication skillsMS Office Applications (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint)Familiar with Smart Plant Instrumentation (SPI) or Instrument scheduling is an assetExperience with Instrument sizing and selection tools is an assetOccasional domestic travel may be necessary (5%) A minimum requirement for this Canadian based position is the ability to work legally in Canada on a permanent basis.

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Category:  Technical  |  Address:  Fort Saskatchewan Alberta

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