An exciting role as an Instrumentation, Controls and Electrical Engineer in our Production Plant based in Danbury, Connecticut.
This function, under general supervision, oversees the electrical and control systems for production. This role documents and maintains existing systems while participating in the design and hazard analyses for new systems. This position will interface with all functions as needed and provide input into all decisions requiring Process Instrumentation, Controls or Electrical Engineering expertise – recommending, implementing, training and validating improvements with the engineering, maintenance and operations staff.
This involves a range of activities including:
- Design, develop and maintain electrical and control systems and procedures necessary to meet specific project requirements.
- Based on input from operations, EHS, maintenance, develop scope, cost and execution schedule for instrumentation and control upgrade projects.
- Identify commercially available instrumentation to meet operational, EHS needs. Develop specifications, solicit competitive bids, perform bid comparison and recommend final selection.
- Lead projects through funding, detailed design, commissioning, training and project close out.
- Support operational analysis of data through plantwide data historian including data analysis trending and configuration support with IT.
- Set up standard test apparatus to conduct functional and operational tests to evaluate performance and reliability.
- Draw and design plans using computer-assisted engineering and design software.
- Adjusts, calibrates, aligns, and modifies circuitry, components, equipment, and systems and records effects.
- Communicate engineering information across teams and departments to facilitate successful completion of large-scale projects.
- Ensuring projects meet electrical and construction safety regulations.
- Attending meetings, writing reports and giving presentations to managers.
- Ensures proper care, safety and maintenance of equipment and supplies.
- Complies with all BRI environmental, and safety policies and procedures.
- Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.
- A Bachelor’s degree in Electrical or Controls Engineering with 3-5 year’s work experience in a related field.
- Ability to identify and resolve system malfunctions and operational problems.
- Ability to review and program PLCs/HMI’s, Automation Direct platform.
- Proficient and driven to generate and maintain documentation.
- Knowledge of industrial instrumentation.
- Knowledge of CAD and power distribution preferred.
- Knowledge of NFPA electrical codes in hazardous areas preferred.
- Knowledge of chemical process instrumentation and control preferred.
- Capacity to analyze a problem from multiple perspectives and explore creative solutions.
- Knowledge of current technological developments/trends in area of expertise.
- Ability to read and follow technical instructions and manuals. Ability to write reports containing technical information.
We offer… a competitive compensation and benefit package including medical, dental, Bonus program, profit sharing and 401k.
An Equal Opportunity Employer committed to diversity in the workplace.