Instrument & Controls Engineer

Vacancy: Instrument & Controls Engineer
Location: West Deptford
This position has the responsibility of evaluating and maintaining existing safety instrument systems, implementing recommended control system improvements, and designing future safety instrument systems following the JM Process Safety Risk Management standards.
Key responsibilities
Work to design and implement new process control and safety control systems while coordinating with Maintenance and Engineering to meet EHS, PSRM and production requirements.
Ensure new designs meet appropriate Safety Integrity Level (SIL).
Trouble shoot process control issues with input from Maintenance and Engineering.
Optimize instrumentation equipment selection based upon application and risk.
Evaluate existing Safety Instrument Systems to verify Safety Integrity Levels and provide corrective action plans when required.
Develop critical safety instrumentation list.
Develop appropriate calibration, testing and preventative maintenance schedules for critical safety instrumentation.
Analyze instruments and control system failure data, recommend improvements.
Participate in PHAs and LOPAs to recommend, design and implement new Safety Instrument Systems.
Write logic descriptions and test procedures for interlocks.
Build PLC logic blocks.
Participate in incident investigations and root cause analysis for control system failures to recommend improvements for future designs and identify risks of current designs.
Carry out any other duties which are within the employee's skills and abilities whenever reasonably instructed.
Are you the ideal candidate?
B.S. in Electrical or Electro-Mechanical Engineering
5-10 years' experience with Process Control System Design
Experience with Allen Bradley PLC Logic and Programming
Excellent Communication Skills
Knowledge of ISA 84
PHA and LOPA Experience
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