Electrical and Instrumentation Engineer

Above and Beyond Talent Acquisition, Inc
Arkadelphia, Arkansas
Nov 15, 2023
Nov 28, 2023
Engineering, Electrical
Position Type
Full Time
Organization Type
Client Info / Who they are
Above and Beyond Talent Acquisition is proud to represent our Client a global leader in environmental solutions and resource management. Their mission is to lead ecological transformation of the planet by safely and responsibly handling and disposing of waste materials that otherwise would pose a threat to the environment.

The North Amercian business provides Water and Wastewater Treatment services for municipalities and industries in the US and Canada, treating more than 2.2B gallons of water / wastewater daily.

Recently, the Company broke ground on the construction of a new state-of-the-art thermal waste treatment facility located in the southwest region of Arkansas. Once completed, the facility will be the most advanced, environmentally efficient of its kind in the United States. It will feature the most advanced technology available on the market for capturing emissions and preserving air quality and natural resources in the community.

Who we are looking for / Requirements
Our client is seeking the services of a talented Electrical and Instrumentation Engineer (EandI) encompassing the following:
  • 10 years of relevant work experience in an EPC contractor environment for large capital projects such as Oil/Gas, Chemical or Hazardous Waste design and construction projects
  • Previously performed as a lead Project Engineer for at least 5 years
  • Bachelor's degree in electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, or a related field
  • Process design and analysis skills of various instrumentation, analyzers, and electrical equipment up to 4160v, steam turbine generators and controls systems for large capital projects
  • Demonstrated project engineering management skills (initiating, planning, executing, monitoring, controlling and closing)
  • Ability to work effectively with various cross-functional teams
  • Broad knowledge of multiple processes and engineering disciplines augmented with practical work experience
  • Excellent analytical, organizational, computer and interpersonal skills
  • Highly effective communication, presentation and reporting skills.

What you will do / Responsibilities
In this highly visible role, you will be an integral member of the Company's (Owner's) Project Team, reporting directly to the Engineering Manager on this $350M modernization effort. It is expected you will be involved in the following:
  • Supporting and leading EandI engineering activities related to this project from the Owner's perspective.
  • Reporting onsite and interfacing daily with other members of the project team including the package engineers who will support on a consultant basis.
  • Engaging with the project team to address on-going design, engineering or process issues and to ensure successful completion and startup of the plant.
  • Reviewing the EandI Scope of Work package to ensure that bidders have a complete and accurate understanding of the scope for installation and erection of equipment
  • Oversee inspection of electrical equipment received on site as performed by the EandI Inspector
  • Manage engineering response to EandI RFIs and any design change submittals; Provide EandI design input on all change orders and plant projects
  • Coordinate EandI construction punch lists and QA documentation with EandI Construction Superintendent and EandI QA Inspector
  • Support Commissioning Engineer in development and execution of Commissioning Plan
  • Assist in developing equipment performance testing plans
  • Participate in punch-lists and hand-offs on all electrical equipment and systems
  • Collaboratively and effectively lead efforts to resolve process design issues between Engineering-, Prime-, and Sub-contractors
  • Provide weekly/monthly reports to the Engineering Manager regarding the status of engineering issues affecting project cost, quality and schedule.

Perks of working with them / What they offer
  • Competitive pay rate based on hours worked (min. 40 hours per week)
  • Learning and development of skills and future growth prospects associated with working on this groundbreaking modernization project
  • Emphasize your commitment to ecological sustainability, be part of having a positive environmental and societal impact through your work as an Engineer
  • Associate yourself on a project that will contribute to a cleaner environment and a more sustainable future for generations to come
  • Share in a sense of connection and excitement amongst team members as this project evolves through the various stages