Affiliated Engineers, Inc. Instrumentation and Controls Engineer II in Madison, Wisconsin
Affiliated Engineers, Inc. (AEI) is a collaborative community of about 750 resourceful, creative professionals who plan, design, and deliver high-performance systems for organizations that improve lives and contribute to a sustainable future in Healthcare, Science & Technology (S&T), Mission Critical, Energy & Utilities (E&U), Commissioning and more.
We have a great opportunity for you to join AEI in an Instrumentation and Controls Engineer II role in our Madison office.
Here is what we have in store for you:
In this role, you will be involved with the development of process and industrial system P&IDs, system architectures, wiring schematics and drawings, specifications, instrument points lists, control sequences, and other associated automation system design documentation. Other responsibilities include consultation on controls, attending design meetings, performing field surveys, reviewing vendor submittals, and hands-on integration. You will also be responsible for helping us develop innovative and unique control solutions to align with project, client, and project partner’s needs. Responsibilities include:
Works collaboratively with the client and project partners to identify project technical requirements and user needs and offers technically sound advice and innovative solutions.
Performs system calculations, and sizing and selection of system components.
Reviews the layout of systems and equipment with project team members, project partners, and clients.
Understands interpersonal dynamics of working with co-workers, and project partners, and responds appropriately seeking support as needed.
Contributes to the development of design budgets and schedules.
Effectively adapts to changing needs and priorities. Raises day-to-day and long-term, budget, and quality issues with the appropriate people (Project Engineers, and Department Facilitator) in a constructive manner.
Delegates work, identifies specific tasks, for, Interns, Designer I, Designer II and Engineer I to meet client demands and project deadlines. Reviews work for completeness and accuracy.
Uses effective written communication skills to prepare meeting notes, create and edit design specifications,
Responds to Requests for Information (RFIs) incorporating information from project documents, specifications, shop drawings, and design criteria.
Reads relevant project correspondence and maintains proper filing structures.
Performs quality review of own work and participates in additional quality efforts as assigned.
Travels to job sites to perform field verifications, startups, and field surveys.
Works to establish a positive working relationship with project partners based on competence, trust, and respect.
Participates in the advancement of discipline practices, processes, and tools as assigned. Actively shares lessons learned within the Instrumentation and Controls discipline.
What you will need to succeed:
BSEE/ME/ChemE or equivalent experience.
Strong commitment to service excellence.
Strong spoken and written communication skills.
Excellent organization and time management skills.
Excellent perceptual, conceptual, and interpretive skills.
Quick technical comprehension and motivation focused on client outcomes.
Ability to prioritize multiple tasks.
Effective working in team environments as well as individually.
2+ years of experience specializing in Building, Process, and/or Industrial control design roles.
Hands-on PLC programming and user interface development.
Common process and industrial mechanical systems and related control instrumentation and equipment, (pumping, flow, valves, pressure, temperature, tanks, batching, blending, etc.).
Experience with industrial control networks and communication protocols.
Ability to travel for client meetings, field surveys, limited commissioning and startup support.
What sets you apart:
Experience with CAD or BIM drafting software such as AutoCAD, AutoCAD Electrical, AutoCAD P&ID, Plant 3D, Revit.
Allen Bradley Control/Compact Logix platform integration.
Wonderware and System Platform integration experience.
Experience with building automation systems.
What AEI brings:
AEI passionately invests in our employees by providing a collaborative, innovative work environment and the opportunity for personal and professional growth working among the brightest minds in the industry
An appreciation for its employees and a culture that reflects that. We promote a flexible work environment, a focus on our communities and the world around us all while providing you with the opportunity to work on cutting-edge projects.
An exceptional benefits package as well as a year-end bonus based on company profits, individual responsibility, and performance.
We provide the tools and a support system to ensure a thriving career. If this environment and opportunity to work on world-changing projects aligns with your goals, we would love to meet you.
Come work with us!
To be considered, apply online at https://aeieng.com/about/careers/.
AEI is proud to be an EEO/AA Employer/Vet/Disabled
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