' Meeting budgeted hours, planned schedule, and agreed-upon level of quality on assigned project work.
' Communicating with the UOP Discipline Lead on progress on assigned project work.
' Interfacing with other disciplines to determine project instrument requirements.
' Producing a complete definition of instrument requirements incorporating applicable code and customer requirements for approval, bid, and construction.
' Modify and review P&IDs to ISA 5.1 and multiple corporate standards.
' Preparing instrument requirement documents for the designer, fabricator, and installer including installation details, specification sheets and 3D review.
' Performing instrument detailed design.
' Identifying inconsistencies and problems that may be present on equipment specifications or P&IDs during the design phase including verify designs against 3rd party designs.
' Evaluating the instrument portion of supplier bids and participating in the supplier selection process including issue of final technical bid review.
' Reviewing the instrument design for conformance with customer requirements and applicable codes with internal and external customers.
' Determining if instrument revisions are required based on equipment specification revisions and recommending options if required.
' Inspecting instrument equipment and fabrication for conformance with project requirements and applicable codes.
' B.S. degree in Chemical or Electrical Engineering
' Minimum (5) years of experience with process instrumentation, procurement, and construction.
' Excellent teamwork and communication skills.