Process Control Engineer - Macon, Georgia United States - 38618
Process Control Engineer
Macon, Georgia - United States
$85,000.00 - $105,000.00 - US Dollars - Yearly
5% target bonus
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WHY IS THIS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY?
Great relocation offered. Solid worldwide company with excellent benefits.
Process Control Engineer is responsible for the control system equipment, system software, and application software that controls the process: working with operating departments to implement control strategies for new process equipment; modifying/enhancing controls on existing process equipment: working with maintenance personnel and operations to identify and resolve problems with process equipment in order to allow the process to operate within specified limits
Design and implement process control strategies including regulatory control, control sequence, logic, and advanced control for both continuous and batch processes.
Develop, modify and enhance HMI
Monitor control system performance, which includes loop analysis and tuning
Implement new control system technology
Support process problem solving by identifying sources of process upsets and other anomalies.
Develop and maintain alarm systems
Support capital projects. Must be able to develop project justification and manage a capital project or sub-project related to process controls.
BACKGROUND / EXPERIENCE:.
Minimum of 2 years process control experience required. Good working knowledge of Distributed Control Systems (DCS) – particularly Honeywell Experion or TDC; experience with Programmable Logic Controllers (Allen Bradley ControlLogix) is a plus
EDUCATION / KNOWLEDGE:
Must have a minimum of a BS Degree in Engineering (Electrical, Mechanical, Chemical, or Pulp/Paper Science)
Firm Foundation in industrial process knowledge. Pulp and Paper desired.
Experience with instrumentation and electrical systems associated with process control systems.
Excellent computer skills – particularly Microsoft including Outlook, Excel, Word, Project, Power Point.
Highly competent in data analysis and use of process data historians such as OSI PI or Capstone ParcView.
Understand P&ID drawings, loop sheets, and motor elementaries and be able to create these drawings as necessary to support project work and to maintain existing drawing using AutoCad or equivalent drawing tools.
University - Bachelor's Degree/3-4 Year Degree