Lead Engineer Instrumentation & Process Control

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  • Eindhoven
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Are you the experienced Lead Engineer Instrumentation & Process Control engineer (Lead engineer I&Pc) who wants to work for a company that focuses on innovation and multidisciplinary projects? And preferably in an open working environment with plenty of room for personal development? Then you have come to the right place.

Our I&Pc department within Plant Engineering is under development. This means that your experience and vision count heavily in the further growth of the department in terms of both quality and personnel.

What you do as a Lead Engineer Instrumentation & Process Control

As lead Engineer I&Pc you are responsible for the process control philosophy, requirements and the design, and integration of the instrumental parts of process installation(s). You are responsible for a sound I&Pc engineering package in such a way that a working system with the correct technical functionality is ultimately delivered to the customer.

Our customers are mainly located in the industrial sector and the projects vary from small-scale renovations to mid-scale new construction projects. You often work as part of a multidisciplinary project team together with other disciplines and the project manager. From time to time you are also responsible for your own projects as a project leader. You also coach new youngsters and medior engineers.
Your work will consist of:

  • Within projects you are responsible for the time budget, progress and quality of your discipline.
  • You are responsible for the instrumental/process control design. The projects include all kind of instrumentation and control activities within the process industry (with a focus on food, pharmaceuticals and fine chemicals)
  • Typical deliverables of such package are process control philosophy, block schemes, functional design specifications, instrument specifications, consumer lists, layouts, loop diagrams.
  • You will specify PLC/SCADA and DCS systems.
  • You will participate in HAZOP and SIL studies.
  • Reviewing and assessing the instrumentation and control items on P&IDs (piping and instrumentation diagrams).
  • You are able to come up with alternative solutions and you can work these out in multiple scenarios and quantify them according to cost levels;
  • You have contact with contractors and suppliers, assessing offers, attending FATs/SATs and supervising projects in practice is part of the job.
  • In larger projects, you will collaborate with engineering partners and teams from other branches of RHDHV. Technical coordination and “guidance & control” is part of your work.

Where you will work

Royal HaskoningDHV is a global engineering, project management and consultancy company, with 6,000 colleagues in 140 countries. Together we work on projects that have a positive impact on people, our living environment and the economy. With the Business Line Industry & Buildings we serve a broad, international market. Together with our clients, we place projects in a broader perspective, and we create environments in which people feel comfortable, where they want to stay, learn, research, work and recover. Within the Business Line there are projects in the following sectors: data centres, consumer goods, pharmaceuticals, government and education, healthcare, transport hubs, healthcare, environment & energy and safety.

You will become part of the Design & Engineering team. Here we work daily with ground-breaking projects, techniques and innovations that contribute to a better future. We support clients in the implementation of multidisciplinary building and process-related issues. We do this mainly at leading multinationals in the consumer goods, pharmaceutical and R&D industries. The emphasis is on engineering and supervising projects in the disciplines of architecture, construction engineering, construction, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, process engineering and measurement & control technology.

In our projects we also work together with other fields of expertise within the organization, such as building physics, fire safety and project management. Our goal is to reach good result in a pleasant and collegial way. We act on the front lines of innovations such as Fastlane, energy transition and parametric design. We can immediately apply the knowledge and experience we gain there in sustainable, future-proof facilities throughout our entire building program.

What you bring

We are looking for an electrical and instrumentation process control engineer with 10 years of work experience with a completed electrical education (master degree) or equivalent. You also have the following skills:

  • At least 10 years of relevant experience in multidisciplinary teams within an engineering / consultancy firm.
  • Strong knowledge of measuring principles and instrumentation in the industry.
  • Affinity with the food, pharma or (fine) chemical sector and commonly used instruments in these industries. Knowledge of EHEDG and GMP is an advantage.
  • Knowledge of SIL.
  • Experience in specifying PLC/SCADA and DCS systems is an advantage.
  • A team player who feels at home in an international working environment.
  • An entrepreneurial, proactive and flexible attitude.
  • A team player, willing to take responsibility.
  • Good communication skills and command of the Dutch and English language.
  • Client-oriented hands-on mentality.

What we offer you

As the largest engineering firm in the Netherlands, we are innovative, but realistic. Perfectionist, but decisive. Surprising, but always and everywhere reliable. Are you too? Then our company is really something for you. We offer a good working atmosphere, in which collegiality and development of the organization and employees are the most important factors. A good salary is also important, depending on your work experience, we provide a suitable offer. Entrepreneurship and innovation are stimulated in our organization. There is plenty of room for own initiative in an open and flexible culture. In addition, we also offer you:

  • A good work-life balance, through flexible working hours and 28 vacation days with full-time employment.
  • A laptop and telephone, so that you can work wherever and whenever you want.
  • Personal budget that you can use to, for example, buy extra vacation days or a bicycle. Or you have it paid out.
  • A good primary salary and pension accrual through our own pension fund so that everything is properly arranged for your old age.
  • Plenty of training and development opportunities. With us you will not find rigid functions and well-defined development paths, but flexible roles and a lot of freedom of choice when it comes to team, location and activities.

Are you our new colleague?

We look forward to meeting you! Click on the application button and upload your motivation and CV. Would you like to know more about this job first? Please contact Lead Recruiter Frank van der Velden at [email protected]

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