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The Electrical & Instrumentation Engineer (E&I) provides engineering needed to deliver custom water/wastewater treatment systems to industrial and municipal customers. Working on a multi-disciplinary team, the E&I ensures accuracy of design, timeliness of submittals, adherence to budget, and compliance with our quality procedures.
VEOLIA Water Technologies & Solutions (WTS) is a worldwide leader in water recovery, treatment, and reuse. We design and supply a range of water systems, from food and beverage applications, to municipal water, to microelectronics ultrapure water and heavy industrial wastewater treatment. Our portfolio of technologies includes solids-contact clarification, membrane & media filtration, ion exchange, electrolysis, digestion, evaporation, ozone/UV disinfection and more.
As E&I, you have broad responsibility to develop engineering deliverables and coordinate with a project team. Led by the Lead Engineer, you will complete design documents in concert with Process, Mechanical and Controls engineers, as well as various project support functions (Document Control, Sourcing, Finance, etc). The E&I works in a highly technical role: generating, checking or approving Process & Instrument Diagrams, single line diagrams, I/O lists, loop (termination) diagrams, instrumentation, power distribution designs, control system architecture (PLC/DCS), electrical load lists and general design specifications. You have experience in control panel design; including, but not limited to, panel layout, termination drawings, and compiling a bill of materials. You support vendor selection and equipment procurement, managing vendor documents and ensuring our suppliers are on track and performing. You build and maintain knowledge of local and national electrical codes and requirements. You also maintain project schedule and document reporting for the Lead Engineer. Finally, you are a technical customer contact, participating in project status updates, design reviews, installation support and commissioning supervision.
The E&I requires a strong engineering foundation and is skilled at working across teams, communicating complex ideas and integrating systems. They are thoughtful, cooperative and creative, able to handle multiple shifting demands with professionalism and good judgement. Minimum requirements:
Useful skills or abilities:
- Bachelor's degree in an accredited Engineering field - Electrical or Controls preferred
- Professional Engineer's License, or the ability to obtain one within 1 year, preferred but not required.
- Five years' electrical engineering experience
- Experience in industrial processes and system engineering - the following preferred but not required:
- Experience in water treatment, oil & gas, chemical or power fields
- Experience with SAP
- Experience with hazardous location classification/technologies
- Experience with Motor Control Center (MCC) design
- Experience with low and medium voltage power distribution system design
- Experience with selection/procurement of valves and instruments
- Working knowledge of design standards (NEC, UL508A, CSA etc)
- Cable tray design and cable routing
- Impeccable planning, organization, and time management
- Strict attention to detail
- Clear, concise communication skills
- Team player, with the ability to exercise good judgement under changing conditions
- The role requires the ability to travel domestically and internationally 10-25% of the time
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