Lead Engineer - Controls Engineering
GE Oil & Gas
Posted 10/5/2018 3:55:49 PM
Job Function: Engineering/Technology
Business Segment: Oil & Gas Turbomachinery Process Solutions
Location(s): United States; Oklahoma; Oklahoma City
The Lead Engineer (Controls Engineering) provides specific value in developing and integrating electrical and control systems for reciprocating compressor packages; delivers support to project management throughout the life of the project from project conception through preliminary design, final design, FAT, installation, start-up and on-going support phases.
Utilizes PLC and HMI programming tools and techniques, implements applications, supports the resolution of problems and develops documentation of the resolution.
The control systems engineer must have a keen desire to go beyond the minimum expectation to guarantee excellent customer service delivery.
In the role of Lead Engineer (Controls Engineering), you will:
Provide technical support and analysis for installed control systems
Develop PLC programs along with HMI graphics for specific projects
Perform engineering calculations following standard methods and principles and applies engineering judgment where experience dictates
Develop specifications for controls system instrumentation components and provides hazardous area assessment and equipment installation instructions
Assist in the development of project specifications, estimates, change orders and schedules
Manage assigned portions of project and is proactive in problem identification and resolution
Gather information that is relevant to a problem and brings information to the team for discussion; Develop alternatives, and receives assistance in identifying alternatives
Assist other engineers and project managers in performing aspects of projects, both in the office and at the customer's site
Occasionally work with vendors to procure equipment and materials
Support plant electrical personnel by understanding, designing, and troubleshooting electrical control circuits
Lead in the design of electrical circuits for instrumentation, motor control, and other electrical controls
Occasionally supervise other Engineers and Designers
Perform design review activities and support third party suppliers at customer sites
Bachelor's degree in Engineering or relevant technical education from an accredited school or institution
Minimum 3 years packaged equipment design
Understand PLC system architecture layouts and control equipment usage
Able to specify PLC I / O addressing and assignments
Setup and configuration of HMI workstations
Understand common industrial network topology and functionality
Can operate a computer-assisted design / drafting program software environment
Computer experience using standard office programs like Microsoft Word and Excel
Excellent written and verbal communication
Prefer knowledge of reciprocating gas compressors
Experience designing industrial electrical controls and coordinating with original equipment manufacturers
Experience reading and understanding drawings and blueprints
Knowledge of NEC and EN codes and industrial best practices
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Locations: United States; Oklahoma; Oklahoma City
GE will only employ those who are legally authorized to work in the United States for this opening.