Control + Instrumentation Engineer

Control + Instrumentation Engineer.

Control + Instrumentation Engineer

Allentown

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$90000 - $120000 per year

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Permanent

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Electrical Design

Seeking a Process Controls + Instrumentation Engineer for an Allentown, PA based Industrial Gas business.

Salary: $90,000 - $120,000.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Engaging with control system providers,
  • Ensuring system alignment,
  • Examining drawings,
  • Formulating control strategies,
  • Collaborating with the Electrical Engineering team,
  • Overseeing FAT, and ensuring cybersecurity compliance.

Instrumentation tasks involve:

  • Composing specifications,
  • Creating installation details,
  • Optimizing flow meter selection, and
  • Examining calibration records.
  • In Process Systems, contribute to project-specific P&IDs.

Other duties include:

  • Assisting in commissioning,
  • Providing operator training,
  • Troubleshooting issues, and contributing to work processes.

Requirements include:

  • Bachelor's degree, 5+ years of relevant work experience,
  • Expertise in PLCs, SCADA systems, HMI software, and strong communication skills.
  • Compensation includes
  • Competitive salary,
  • 401K with match, medical & dental benefits, PTO, paid holidays, and a flexible spending account.
  • Travel requirement up to 20%.

Join us for a rewarding career with comprehensive benefits!

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