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Analyzer Engineer

  • Location

    Concord, California

  • Sector:

    Oil and Gas

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    US$104000.00 - US$125000.00 per annum

  • Contact:

    Phil Power

  • Contact email:

    Philip.Power@morson.com

  • Job ref:

    2PPO_1528141354

  • Published:

    6 months ago

  • Expiry date:

    2018-06-11

  • Start date:

    04/06/2018

  • Client:

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Morson International currently has a great opportunity for a qualified Analyzer Engineer to join a medium sized employee owned automation company in the Oil & Gas sector.

This company is an industry leader in its field and offers the opportunity for an Analyzer Engineer to join a company that puts its staff first and offers a social and collaborative environment.

This position offers an Analyzer Engineer the chance to diversify their skillset and show their passion within the field.

General Requirements:

Strong background in Analytical Instrumentation and Continuous Emission Monitoring Systems (CEMS)

Ability to write Functional Specifications and Technical Specifications

Experienced with Factory Acceptance Testing (FAT), Site Acceptance Testing (SAT) and start-up of process and CEMS analyzer systems

Knowledge of control systems and instrumentation as applied to process analyzers and CEMS

Ability to specify and procure specialist instrumentation as applied to process analyzers and CEMS

Able to review vendor quotations and drawings for technical requirements

Experienced and knowledgeable with the following analyzer types: NOx, SOx, CO, Calorimeters, industrial Gas Chromatographs, NIR, etc.

Experienced and knowledgeable with Sample Conditioning Systems

Familiar with major environmental legislation, codes and standards as they relate to analyzer engineering including NEC, NFPA, SCAQMD, EPA, BAAQMD etc.

Knowledge of data acquisition management, PLC programming, source testing, material acquisition and client database interactions.

Minimum five years petrochemical experience

Qualifications:

Ideally a qualified engineer that has graduated in one of the following disciplines: Chemical Engineer, Electrical or Control Systems Engineer