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Plant Controls Engineer
El Dorado, AR

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$120,000 - $145,000 / yr

Controls/ Electrical Engineer job opportunity for expanding chemical client; offering excellent salary, bonus, benefits, and relocation package.  Client is ready hire IMMEDIATELY!



  • Develop, implement and maintain the automation and control systems for plant site; including electrical, PLC, DCS, pneumatic circuits, networking and all other components associated with automated chemical processes.
  • Ensure the control systems comply with any regulatory requirements such as SIL/LOPA assessments.
  • Maintain / create instrument and electrical drawings for control systems consisting of motor elementaries and instrument loop sheets.
  • Assist the maintenance team on assigned work and breakdowns/emergency work orders.
  • Maintain PLC documentation upon receipt from equipment suppliers and an archive of PLC programs and machine controls drawings.
  • Provide training and mentoring with technicians and technical staff members on control system strategies and installations.
  • Participate in developing and maintaining the IT systems, and infrastructure, both internally and with external vendors.



  • BS Electrical Engineering or related field with 3+ years Electrical, Controls, and Instrumentation experience in chemical manufacturing plants.
  • Hands on experience with Allen Bradley and Rockwell Automation Controls.
  • Knowledge of IT and OT network communication protocols
  • Understand threats, vulnerabilities, and exploits in ICS environments and appropriate mitigation techniques.
  • Knowledge of regulatory requirements for ICS environments.
  • Possessing a working knowledge of PSM and DHS regulatory requirements.
  • Ability to work now and in the future without sponsorship

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