Principal Instrumentation Engineer 
Ensure all engineering and design work performed adjusts to quality, cost, and schedule requirements.
  • Ensure all design work is safe and carried out in a safe manner.
  • Ensure all design work conforms to the codes and standards used by the client, or to agreed industry standards.
  • Perform designing/engineering work/deliverables as part of the Instrumentation & Control team.
  • Ability to interpret client specifications.
  • Coordinate/Communicate with other disciplines and the client.
  • Quality Assurance – Responsible for working within the provisions and guidelines of the Worley Quality Assurance system
  • Identify issues and problems, develop appropriate solutions, and ask for assistance when required.
  • If required, assist and support junior personnel within the instrumentation & controls engineering team.
  • Keep up-to-date with the latest developments and technical innovations in instrumentation & controls engineering.
  • If required, act as the instrumentation & controls engineering Lead on specific projects.
  • May be required to provide assistance and advice during procurement, construction, and commissioning activities.
Technical and Industry Experience
  • Working knowledge of Instrumentation & Control deliverables such as:
  • Panel (JB and Marshalling) Design
  • P&ID’s
  • Loop Drawings
  • Wiring Drawings
  • Motor Control Schematics
  • Instrument Location Drawings
  • Instrument Installation Details
  • Instrument Specifications (Datasheets)
  • I/O Lists
  • Bill of Materials
  • Conduit/Tray/Cable Schedules
  • Control Narratives
  • Cause and Effect Diagrams
  • Material Requisitions
  • Construction or Engineering Work Packages
  •  Working knowledge of Instrumentation Calculation/Selection, such as:
  • Flow (Orifice Plates, Vortex, Venturi, Magnetic, Ultrasonic meters)
  • Level Measurement (Radar, Displacers, Gauges)
  • Temperature (including Thermowells Freq. wake calculation)
  • Pressure
  • Process Analysers and sampling systems would be a plus
  • Competent use of instrument calculation/selection specific software.
  • Working knowledge (design/configuration/implementation) of any of the following systems:
  • PLCs, preferable Modicon, GE, or Rockwell.
  • SISs, preferable Triconex.
  • DCS, preferable Honeywell TDC/TPS/Experion, Foxboro I/A, ABBxA
  • Working knowledge of industry standards and codes related to Instrumentation & Control system deliverables.
  • Being able to work with multiple and concurrently small and medium projects.
  • Working knowledge of Computer-Aided Design software.
  • Working knowledge of SmartPlant Instrumentation (SPI) software.
  • Working knowledge (design/implementation) of Communication Networks is a plus.
  • Competent use of relevant software such as MS Office Suite.
Education – Qualifications, Accreditation, Training
  • Accredited Engineering Degree in General Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or Mechanical Engineering
  • 10+ years of direct Instrumentation & Control design and engineering experience.
  • PE registered or to be able to register.
  • SmartPlant Instrumentation (SPI) software training (including wiring module) is a plus

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