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Electrical/Instrumentation and Control (E/I&C) Technical Requirements
􀁸 Seeking candidate with experience in Electrical Engineering design (primary focus on industrial
power distribution design) and/or Instrumentation and Controls Engineering design (primary
focus on equipment process control and monitoring).
􀁸 Electrical Power Engineer will have experience utilizing ETAP Power Systems Analysis
application for power system modeling, design and analysis; steady state and short circuit
conditions; motor acceleration scenarios; equipment protection; selectivity and device
coordination; arc flash assessment and mitigation; conduct arc flash energy study using IEEE
1584; effects of harmonics in system and filter sizing.
􀁸 Engineer will be responsible for developing detailed design packages, providing engineering
procurement and field technical support to implement those designs, and providing expertise for
troubleshooting and technical assessments of plant systems in various facilities at Y-12.
􀁸 Design support involves the preparation of planning documents such as cost-estimating bills of
material and labor-hour estimates, statements of work, and design criteria, and detailed design
engineering deliverables including calculations, construction specifications, drawings, datasheets,
and equipment specifications.
􀁸 Engineer will routinely perform walkdowns in the existing plant facilities in order to generate
design documents and provide field support to craft personnel. Field troubleshooting support of existing systems will be required to inform design for corrective actions.
􀁸 Engineer will be responsible for preparing conduit/cable schedules, conduit/equipment plans,
one-line diagrams, wiring/connection/schematic diagrams, various sections/elevations/details, and
Engineering Design Instructions as required by the work scope.
􀁸 E/I&C engineer will also develop control cabinet assembly drawings, system diagrams,
instrument loop diagrams, and control logic for both batch and continuous processes using
conventional analog instrumentation, distributed digital control systems, and programmable logic
controller/human-machine interfaces (PLCs/HMIs). E/I&C engineers will develop process
control system narratives, aid in the development of process software requirements, and provide
input to Process and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs).
􀁸 Engineer may provide design support to expedite the closure of Change Requests (CR) for
Configuration Managed (CM) systems that have been returned to service for longer than 90
days. Candidate will review these CRs to determine affected CM documents needing revision to
reflect the change, walkdown the impacted systems, and revise the affected documents to
incorporate the field change.
􀁸 Work scope may consist of a single-discipline design task or require the engineer to contribute to
an integrated, multidiscipline project team.
􀁸 Engineer should have demonstrated experience utilizing the National Electrical Code, UL508A,
and other relevant national consensus codes/standards such as ISA standards when required to
design instrumentation and controls systems.
􀁸 Experience in a NRC or DOE regulated environment is desirable along with an understanding of
Conduct of Engineering and Conduct of Operations for facilities operating within a nuclear
􀁸 Experience utilizing Rockwell Automation industrial automation software (RSLogix, FactoryTalk
View, etc.) is preferred, but not required. Professional Engineering License (PE) is preferred but
Position is full-time (4/10 schedule Mon.-Thur.).
DOE Q-Clearance is highly desired, but not required to start work. Any uncleared candidates will be
expected to apply for a clearance after starting work.
Minimum Education: B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering.
Experience: 5 or more years of relevant professional experience.