Instrumentation and Control Systems Designer – Intermediate – Mining
City : Vancouver, British Columbia
Category : See posting on Fluor site
Industry : Engineering
Employer : Fluor Canada
The Instrumentation & Control Systems group is a dynamic team in which engineering and design are combined to effectively support our clients. In addition to a solid education focusing on instrumentation and control systems design, a strong set of personal competencies is a prerequisite for success. Being a team player and having an ability to interact effectively with client organizations, others disciplines, vendors and contractors in our taskforce is essential.
For Vancouver project work, the control systems designer is responsible for the development of technical drawings, data sheets, and wiring details for projects in the mineral processing industry.
The designer works under the supervision of the lead designer or the discipline lead engineer.
The control systems designer will work in a multi-discipline project environment interfacing with other discipline engineers and team members, clients, and vendors.
• Development of construction ready installation drawings and documents in accordance with the project design and client requirements including block diagrams; cable schedules; panel layouts; loop diagrams; wiring diagrams; instrument index and I/O documents; location drawings; installation details; layouts; sketches; MTOs; fibre connection drawings, 3D modeling etc.
• Provide input and review of contractors’ scope of work
• Practical knowledge of field installations
• Works independently
• Assures quality of work
• Proactive reporting of status/constraints to the lead designer or lead engineer