ArcelorMittal

Instrumentation & Process Control Engineer/Electrical Engineer

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Job Location

Gent, Belgium

Job Description

ArcelorMittal are developing the Green Primary project that entails the replacement of one blast furnace, by a Direct Reduced Iron plant and two Electrical Arc furnaces to be able to produce almost half of their current production through a more sustainable production route. This project must enable a reduction of CO2 emissions by almost 30% compared to 2018 and must enable ArcelorMittal Belgium to go to zero emissions by 2050. Want to join ArcelorMittal’s mission to Zero? Do you want to be part of a huge project? Then you might be the person we are looking for Read on and become a part of the team. Job description Discipline Engineer Instrumentation & Process control Role Responsible for all instrumentation and process control within or across the different subprojects Design, develop and integrate instrumentation and control systems for various industrial processes within the Green Primary project, in collaboration with all different parties involved (Engineering offices, Original Equipment Manufacturer, existing departments, …) Select appropriate sensors, actuators and control hardware to achieve desired system performance based: On knowledge of best practices and best applications of instruments Knowledge about calibration needs and standards Insights for propre setup for instruments related to measurements, but also for maintenance purposes etc. Knowledge about application purposes of valves within a system (linearity, working point, actuator types, …) Ensure all instrumentation and control systems adhere to relevant safety standards and industry regulations using ao. expiring in SIS and ATEX Participation in safety assessments (e.g. HAZOPs, …) and risk evaluation for new and existing systems During and after execution of the project, provide training to operations and maintenance teams on proper usage, troubleshooting, and maintenance of these systems Prepare technical documentation, reports, and presentations to communicate progress and results. Contribute to the construction execution plan to ensure practical and seamless installation of the instrumentation and process control design and flawless commissioning. Follow-up through the construction and commissioning phase Discipline Engineer Electrical Role Preferrably thorough knowlegde of High Voltage Responsible for electrical integrity within the different subprojects Designing/reviewing electrical systems, control panels, and operator panels according to applicable standards and regulations. Performing technical analyses and calculations to ensure the efficiency and safety of electrical installations. Collaborating with other disciplines, such as mechanical engineers, to develop integrated project solutions. Leading technical reviews and resolving electrical issues throughout the project. Maintaining contact with suppliers and selecting appropriate electrical components. Providing detailed documentation and reporting for internal teams and clients. Reviewing relevant documentation coming from the Engineering Offices, Original Equipment Manufacturers or Construction companies Profile You have a technical Master’s degree in a related field You have minimum 5 years of experience in a similar position in this discipline. You have excellent communication skills and are able to work in international teams You have strong problem solving skills You have experience with advanced simulation tools, CAD software and technical analysis methods Offer An attractive salary package 40 days of leave Result related bonus Complete package of fringe benefits

Location: Gent, BE

Posted Date: 1/25/2024
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January 25, 2024
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