The Bergaila Companies

Sr. Control Systems Designer

Posted Date 2 days ago(2/2/2023 8:45 PM)
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We have an opening for a Sr. Control Systems Designer to work on-site in the Anacortes, WA area.



Our Client provides full multi-disciplined engineering, design, project management, procurement, and construction coordination support services to clients in the US and Canada.  For decades, they have successfully provided these services to help their customers engineer the future of energy.



 - Execute project design tasks in partnership with Control Systems Engineer counterparts

 - Develop Control Systems scope on the project P&IDs

 - Coordinate with Control Systems Engineer, Design WGL, and project team to develop basic schedules

 - Coordinate inter-discipline design directly with counterparts in other disciplines (such as piping and electrical)

 - Work within 3D design software where applicable; contribute to and extract information from 3D model

 - Perform detailed vendor document reviews and incorporate into project design

 - Perform drawing and document research in client databases; coordinate with Document Control and Clients to properly find and checkout drawings

 - Develop detailed construction packages in accordance with codes and standards:

    • Block Diagrams
    • Location and Plot Plans
    • Wiring Diagrams
    • Loop Drawings
    • Cabinet/Equipment Layouts
    • Cable & Conduit Routing Schedules
    • Conduit & Tray Diagrams
    • Instrument Installation Details
    • Material Take-Offs (MTO) and Bills of Material (BoMs)
    • Coordinate final package quality checks and hand-off to project assistants for formal issue
    • NOTE: when performing as a lead designer, you may not perform all of these duties on a given project, but you are ultimately responsible for the quality and completeness of the package

 - Perform quality checks on ones’ own work

 - Ensure projects and work processes adhere to Client's Project Services Quality System (PSQS)

 - Perform work with moderate supervision and guidance



 - 15+ years of experience in I&C design on Oil & Gas, Refining, and/or Petrochemical Plant projects



 - Ability to create, modify and work with 2D drawings in the AutoCAD 2010 (or newer) software

 - Read basic Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs), and translate them into control system documents such as block diagrams

 - As-build control and instrument systems in the field, producing accurate markups of documents and drawings

 - Design infrastructure for industrial communication and control networks

 - Design wiring, conduit, and cable tray systems for NEC-hazardous classified areas.

 - Prepare detailed design of projects in compliance with governing codes, regulations, and client standards

 - Design PLC and DCS hardware and wiring systems; working knowledge of PLC and DCS point types

 - Basic working knowledge of 3D Design and software



 - Familiar with and able to work within stage-gated project processes and requirements

 - Prioritize own work on multiple projects

 - Perform effectively in a team environment, both in-person and remotely

 - Strong communication and organizational skills

 - Experience developing construction packages for small to medium projects ($1MM to $30MM TIC)

 - Highly detail oriented with a strong, self-driven work ethic

 - Able to identify areas of personal technical strengths and weaknesses, ask for help when needed, and quickly learn new responsibilities

 - Able to evaluate equipment in the field, including climbing ladders, flights of stairs, etc.

 - Able to travel to remote work sites on occasion

 - Strong computer skills - Microsoft Applications

 - Fluent in English language

 - Applicants must be able to obtain a TWIC card.

 - Applicants must be legally authorized to work in the United States



 - A.A.S. or higher in engineering or related discipline

 - Ability to work in INtools (SPI)

 - Strong 3D Design capability

 - Experience in Electrical Design

 - Working knowledge and basic understanding of Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS)

 - Experience working on-site at an industrial facility in maintenance, reliability, or projects groups

 - Ability and desire to mentor young designers and engineer

 - Experience with MicroStation



 - Able to work in heavy industrial facilities: climb ladders, work off elevated surfaces, and walk over uneven surfaces while wearing required PPE

 - Able to sit for long periods of time working at a computer

 - Must be able to lift up to 15 pounds at a time



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