Job Description


Provides technical support to operations, maintenance, and capital project groups to ensure   improvements in instrument reliability and to resolve repetitive instrument-related problems


May include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Plans and directs work, provides technical training, establishes goals and objectives and sets priorities
  • Leads and coordinates engineering work assignments and workload using accepted engineering practices
  • Coordinates with instrument maintenance department and operations to plan and execute reliability objectives for the plant
  • Provides support to Project Engineering on specification of instrumentation for capital projects.  Reviews project design packages for proper design regarding reliability, application and maintenance requirements.
  • Ensures proper documentation on all instrumentation equipment including equipment files, drawings, specifications, calibration sheets, manuals, etc.
  • Works to improve reliability of process control valves.  Develops plans for monitoring performance and addressing problem areas.  Assists maintenance in development of repair/upgrade scopes for major turnarounds
  • Able to read instrument drawings, data sheets, I/O wiring diagrams, spec sheets, loop sheets, and P&ID’s to ensure proper documentation on instrument related equipment files, calibration sheets, etc.


  • B.S. or higher degree in Electrical Engineering
  • Previous co-op or internship experience preferred.
  • College GPA of at least 3.0 and authorization to work permanently in the US.
  • 1 year of industrial experience and/or direct experience working with process instrumentation and project design packages preferred.
  • Works well in a team environment, balances multiple projects, and has excellent communication skills to make effective technical presentations
  • Analytical and problem solving skills
  • Performs duties in a manner that protects personal safety as well as the safety of all personnel on site.  Whenever appropriate, promptly reports Safety, Health or Environmental incidents or issues to management so the situation can be corrected.  Attends Monthly Safety Meetings to help prevent off site and job accidents.
  • Successful candidates must satisfy background screening, including motor vehicle record screening, drug testing & pre-employment physical requirements before starting work.
  • A current, valid Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) card is required.

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