Company: Baker Hughes
Skills: Instrument & Controls Engineer
Experience: 5 + Years
Education: Bachelors/3-5 yr Degree
Location: Longmont, Colorado, United States
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Role Summary:

As a Turbine Controls Engineer you will develop experience-based customer relationships, lead engineered solutions to provide customer value and ROI that exceed that of our competition. You will develop a solid knowledge and experience with electrical and mechanical control systems for turbines and balance of plant equipment. You will provide feedback to product developers and designers to improve the quality and effectiveness of our products. You will have the opportunity to work alongside experienced senior engineers to develop and implement custom solutions that supply the world with energy. This is a great opportunity at a company that values and is recognized for technical expertise.

Essential Responsibilities:

In the role of Turbine Controls Engineer, you will:


  • Provide engineering support for retrofit control systems for turbines, under the overall management responsibility of the project manager. Accountable for project deliverables, customer CTQ compliance, and on-time schedule performance
  • Apply electrical and mechanical engineering principles to analyse, propose, design, test, and troubleshoot turbine control systems
  • Review contract documentation and customer specifications for technical impact
  • Design systems for interface to existing turbine control equipment, and evaluate all system components, requirements, and interactions
  • Responsible to coordinate and lead technical design reviews of projects and to update and archive all required documentation
  • Apply knowledge of industry practices and international standards to produce high-quality and cost effective designs
  • Support customer meetings, factory acceptance testing, and installation and commissioning of control systems
  • Frequently interact with customers and suppliers
  • Support streamlining of engineering processes and business growth
  • Demonstrated expertise in technical problem resolution, especially in regards to power plant operation




  • Bachelor's Degree in a "STEM" major (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) from an accredited college or university
  • Minimum 5 years of experience with aeroderivative turbine controls (i.e. LM2500. LM6000, etc)

Eligibility Requirements:



  • Travel up to 25% of the time, as required

Desired Characteristics:



  • Familiarity with turbines or control systems
  • Ability to serve dual roles as Controls Engineer and / or Project Engineer as needed
  • Experience in interfacing with all levels of BH internal and external customers (BH employees only)
  • Power plant, refinery, or other related experience
  • BWR or PWR nuclear power plant experience
  • Knowledge and experience with electrical and mechanical control systems for steam turbines
  • Ability to support multiple projects simultaneously in a matrix management environment
  • Strong organizational, analytical, and problem-solving ability and adept at communicating with several levels of the organization
  • Strong influence, facilitation, and interpersonal skills
  • Strong process discipline with sound analytical and statistical skills
  • Strong customer service mind-set
  • Green Belt certified (BH employees only)
  • Proficient in the use of PC software applications
  • Strong customer service mind-set
  • Good oral and written communication skills
  • Motivated, self-starter, results oriented
  • Proven team player with solid cooperation and flexibility traits




  • Longmont, CO

This is your opportunity to learn more, do more, live the career you have imagined and be part of a truly diverse organization.

Baker Hughes is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, protected veteran status or other characteristics protected by law. Learn more