Process Control/Systems Engineer (closed)
Seeking Process Control/Systems Engineer for a 160 person chemical plant located in upstate New York. Unique combination of a Process Control Engineer and Computer Systems Engineer. They are currently using 3 different DCS systems and also use PLC's.
BS Chemical Engineering (Ideal) or Computer Science with 2-8 years’ experience.
Controls and computer programming (C++ or Java or related) experience.
Ability to set up networks, and integrate the computer system with control systems.
Seeking an Engineer who has done some programming, likes being in a plant and making process improvements.
B.S. Chemical Engineering with focus on Controls, B.S. Computer Science with focus on Sciences, or equivalent
Knowledge of Microsoft Windows Server technology, including Active Directory, Group Policy, Terminal Server, Networking and IIS.
Administration of Windows client/server environments.
Nice to have
Experience with server virtualization technology, including VMWARE.
PI Process Book, Microsoft Visual Studio, and SharePoint Designer.
Knowledge & Abilities:
Knowledge of networking concepts and technologies.
Demonstrate understanding of professional software engineering processes with strong SQL skills working with relational databases such as Sybase, SQL Server or Oracle and developing and deploying software in DCS, PLC, VB, C#, JAVA, or .Net environments.
Nice to have
Honeywell TDC3000, Experion, Provox, Delta V, Experience in chemical process operations, project management. Strong background in object oriented application development or programming techniques.
Proficiency implementing and configuring custom applications.
Problem solving and critical thinking skills.
Analyze, reverse engineer, modify, deploy, and maintain processes and code.
Ability to work closely with an interdisciplinary team of; engineers, chemist, operators, supervisors, mechanics, electricians
For any ChemE candidate to be considered we want to know that the individual knows that they want to work (and like to work) in the controls, instrumentation, and programming area of the broad Chemical Engineering field.
For any Computer Science candidate to be considered we want to know that the individual knows that they want to work (and like to work) in the manufacturing/engineering side of the CompSci field (and not the Business Process) side of things.