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1417 – Automation Engineer (EE) – TX

One of my favorite integrators is loaded with work. We’re looking for Full Time/Permanent Senior Level Automation Engineers right now. Here are some details…

Technical Lead for PLC/HMI projects serving Oil and Gas and Power industries. Total responsibility to design and program PLC-HMI-IS from concept to commissioning.

Project sizes run from small to a half million dollars, providing electrical design with motor control centers, instrumentation, panel design, motor elementary drawings, loop sheets, schematics, cable sizing, raceway sizing, etc.

Must understand P&ID’s and be able to make modifications to existing P&ID’s.

Process control background preferred. DCS programming desirable.

THE COMPANY

This is a solid career opportunity. Permanent employment with benefits. Low turnover. Base in Texas headquarters with up to 50% travel.

Employer is an extremely well managed control systems integrator. I know this team.

Stable, supportive environment where responsible professionals put their customer first. Small company atmosphere with astonishing financial strength. Powerful reputation with incredible connections, often working direct with the majors.

Nicely positioned to serve high demand segments of the global economy.

TECHNICAL SPECS

Electrical Engineer. AB ControlLogix programming. HMI programming (Rockwell FTView SE, ME, RSView32, WondareWare Archestra, Intouch, Citect.) DCS is a plus.

HOW TO APPLY

If you or someone you know might be interested in this position, please contact me immediately.

My phone number is 954-915-0000.
My e-mail address is careers@dieck.us
Please attach your resume as a Word document. Be sure to include 1417 in the subject line.

We’re working hard to fill this position right away. I’d be very pleased to talk with you and think through any questions.

Thanks very much.

–TD

Posted in Active Search, Oil and Gas, Power.


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