YOUR TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 
The primary responsibilities of this role Electrical and Instrumentation (E&I) Projects Engineer, are to: 
 

  • Work as a member of project teams to develop project scope and design;
  • Develop business cases for project justification;
  • Manage construction phase of projects;
  • Produce appropriate documentation for project closure and historical records;
  • Develop detailed E&I design for assigned projects;
  • Direct designers/drafters in the creation/modification of various types of E&I drawings in support of assigned projects;
  • Manage E&I work during construction phase of projects this include supervision of contract resources and coordination with other members of the project team and maintenance/operations personnel;
  • Review and evaluate vendor information for instrumentation and electrical components and determine suitability for specific project applications;
  • Prepare maintenance plans for restoring equipment to operating condition in a minimum amount of time, balancing repair cost and minimizing future failures;
  • Create and modify documentation related to process operation safety and applicable regulations as needed – including electrical drawings and engineering flow diagrams/ Piping and instrumentation (P&ID) diagrams;
  • Create documentation required for project closure including project files;
  • Mentor and train other engineers and technicians;
  • Comply with plant safety rules and actively work to improve safety through coaching or engineered improvements;
  • Possess and utilize a working knowledge of engineering tools and software and ability to read and understand process flow diagrams, line drawings P&ID and schematics.
     

WHO YOU ARE
 
Your success will be driven by your demonstration of our LIFE values.  More specifically related to this position, Bayer seeks an incumbent who possesses the following:
 
Required Qualifications:
 
Education:
 

  • Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering;
  • Two years of Engineering experience;
  • Strong communications skills, both oral and written;
  • Strong decision-making and problem-solving skills and a high degree of personal initiative;
  • Ability to perform work in a manufacturing plant environment, including ascending/descending stairs and ladders;
  • Strong safety ethic;
  • Computer proficiency in Office suite of programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook).

 

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