I&E ENGINEER required by our client, to be hired on a permanent basis, located in Dallas and Houston, Texas.
The I&E Engineer will provide electrical, instrumentation, and controls engineering support for client projects involving oil and gas pipelines and facilities.
Successful candidate is proficient in a broad range of electrical and instrumentation design related to oil and gas transportation and processing facilities.
Provide equipment / system specifications and installation guidelines for instrumentation and electrical devices and systems in accordance with established engineering standards.
Work with discipline designers to develop electrical and instrumentation design documents including, but not limited to electrical site plans, conduit and tray plans and details, wiring diagrams, one-line diagrams, control diagrams, cause & effect charts, control narratives, motor schematics, PLC layout/termination drawings, wire schedules, lighting panel schedules, electrical equipment installation details, and be responsible for the quality thereof.
Review and develop Process & Instrumentation Diagrams in accordance with ISA guidelines.
Specify electrical and instrument components of a project using the appropriate datasheets and evaluate vendor specifications for conformance.
Interface as necessary with in-house engineering, project management, drafting, purchasing, as well as outside consultants, inspection, and operations personnel.
Perform on-site factory acceptance testing of major electrical equipment.
Participate in internal and external project meetings to develop project requirements, define delivery schedules, review design, and report progress.
EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS
Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering.
The successful candidate will have a working knowledge of both medium and low voltage power systems and their application in oil and gas projects.
Professional Engineering License Not required but desirable.
A minimum of 5 years relevant experience in I&E engineering for oil and gas related projects.
Must be able to coordinate effectively with a wide range of technical, analytical and managerial personnel and operate with minimal direction.
Strong knowledge and understanding of control and communications systems, particularly in the oil and gas systems.
Have a broad knowledge of industry standards (NEC, ISA, API, IEEE, NFPA, IEC, etc.).
Ability to understand and develop control loop drawings, P&IDs, and electrical schematics.
Exhibit excellent written and oral communication skills and can manage multiple concurrent projects.
Experience in the design of electrical installations meeting requirements for Class 1 Group C, D for hazardous areas.
Must be willing to travel to job sites from time to time and meet with clients and construction personnel to provide discipline specific support as necessary