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Process Control Engineer in Pueblo, CO at Evraz North America

Date Posted: 4/24/2019

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Job Description

Employer:            EVRAZ Inc. NA

Job Title:              Process Control Engineer [Job Code: 004829]

Location:             1612 East Abriendo, Pueblo, CO 81004



Job Duties:          

Responsible for the design, development and implementation of process control engineering systems (hardware and software) to improve product quality, process efficiency and mill productivity. Work with mill process control coordinators to provide data collection and automation for key process control engineering parameters. Establish a database with automated consolidated reporting of key parameters. Additionally, develop an automated Conformance to Standards report that can be communicated on a shift-by-shift basis to each department within a mill. Also develop recommendations for the improvement of the existing Level I and II system (programmable logic controller (PLC) human-machine interface (HMI) network). Ensure key parameters are provided for use by other information systems (level 2 to level 3), including writing requirement, design criteria, and system architecture specifications so vendors can appropriately bid on projects. Work with equipment vendors (software and hardware) to provide project proposals. When appropriate, develop ERMS expense justification documentation to support project funding, as well as attend process technology conferences/seminars to keep informed of process control engineering techniques/advancements in the broader manufacturing industry.

10% both international and domestic travel to other EVRAZ facilities for business meetings and/or trainings.




Job Requirements

This position requires a Bachelor's degree or its foreign equivalent in Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Automated Manufacturing Engineering or a related field and five (5) years of progressively responsible, post-baccalaureate related work experience.


This position also requires experience with: i) Control theory to design systems with desired behaviors along the automated process line for the steel industry, as well as experience with tension, current, load sharing and motion control systems; ii) Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) based automation devices, as well as developing software in ladder logic, block diagrams and structured text; iii) Selecting and configuring discrete, analog, and motion control hardware; iv) Use, configuration and selection of Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems, as well as use of computers, networked data communications and Human Machine Interfaces (HMI) and other peripheral devices such as low voltage AC/DC drives and motors, and discrete PID controllers to interface a process plant or machinery; v) Preparing detailed drawing and schematics, including electrical drawings using Visio and AutoCAD software; and vi) Defining the scope of a project based on the process needs or plant requirements, including: generating functional descriptions and specifications, working on budgetary numbers, subcontracting the necessary activities, developing engineering and control software, selecting and installing hardware, starting up and commissioning the project.

How to Apply:

Interested applicants may apply online through the career page at (reference job code: 004829).