Advance Notice – Controls Engineer – Professional Engineer – Dallas – 1432

Here’s a quick look at an authorized search we’re starting immediately. I’ll post more detail soon.

The Dallas location is an existing facility, recently upgraded to corporate Headquarters for a major engineering/procurement/construction (EPC) firm with international ties.

Typical projects serve the Oil and Gas, Power, Aggregate, and Food and Beverage industries.

Here’s The Situation

Dallas already has an engineering center. It’s about to expand in a big way.

In addition, a truly excellent team of EEs is based outside of Dallas.

The company is looking for a Controls Engineer with Professional Engineering certification to become the core EE presence in Dallas, while maintaining a bridge to the existing EEs. The President has guaranteed proper staffing support in Dallas.

This Is What You’ll Do

There are two key functions to this position.

As an engineer, most of the work is conceptual, with a lot of customer interaction.

As a role model, the company needs someone confidant and positive, capable of adjusting with shifting dynamics as the Dallas team is built out.

The position is full time, permanent with salary, bonus and benefits. Expect a conventional work week. Travel is sporadic but humane. Maybe 40%.

The entire company is courteous, supportive, and a pleasure to be around.

Technical Specs

• Controls Engineer.
• Electrical Engineer.
• Professional Engineer (Tested in, not grandfathered in.)
• Process background.
• Large construction environments.
• P&ID.
• DCS awareness.
• Programming capabilities helpful but not necessary.
• Large construction environments.

Must relate well with customers and perform smoothly with a team.

How To Apply

If you or someone you know might be interested in this position, please contact me immediately. I have more information available.

My phone number is 954-915-0000.
My e-mail address is

Please attach your resume as a Word document. Be sure to include 1432 in the subject line.

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

Thanks very much.