Instrumentation and Electrical (I&E) Designer

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Must have open availability any time and day of the week. Normal work period is Monday-Friday dayshift.
Core Job Responsibilities
  • Prepare electrical designs for industrial projects.
  • Coordinate instrument specification, sizing, selection, and drawings.
  • Determine control system specifications, software designs, and configurations.
  • Apply design knowledge in power distribution, grounding, lighting, control systems, and equipment specification and selection.
  • Prepare drawings and sketches to support construction work, change orders, estimates, etc.
  • Provide necessary building control lines and elevations for accurate measurement and correct installation of materials.
  • Apply the NEC and perform calculations related to sizing electrical circuits and equipment.
  • Apply knowledge of electrical engineering and design and be familiar with applicable Codes, standards, and acceptable industry practices.
  • Prepare and disseminate all required documentation records such as status reports, punch lists describing work items to be done, sketches of work already completed, material requirement calculations, etc. to supervisor.
  • Verify instrument installation, calibration, and operation.
  • Efficiently and accurately develop wiring and installation drawings for electrical equipment and instrumentation.
  • Interact with designers and engineers within the E&I group, and from other disciplines, in a team environment to create multi-discipline design packages for construction forces.
  • Works with client to resolve problems.
  • Work within company policy as outlined in the H+M Employee Handbook as well as the H+M Safety Manual and OSHA Safety rules.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the supervisor as needed.

Essential Qualifications

  • 5-8 years of AutoCAD and/or MicroStation experience in heavy industrial projects
  • Experience leading small to mid-capital projects
  • Thorough understanding and efficiency with standard design and drafting practices
  • Experience with instrumentation, hazardous location wiring practices, panel design, and PLC hardware
  • Must be able to calculate voltage drop, conduit fill, etc.
  • NEC Code and Plant Specific Standard knowledge/comprehension a must

Physical Requirements

  • Occasionally lift objects weighing up to 25 pounds
  • Sit for long periods of time
  • Occasionally stoop, kneel or crouch
  • Use hands and arms to reach for, grasp and manipulate objects

Tool Requirements

  • None


Most work time is spent in the home office location.

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