Process Control Engineer
Manufacturing and Operations
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Process Control Engineers are responsible for the creation, maintenance, administration and optimization of control systems in order to minimize process variation and reduce costs. Process Control Engineers provide technical expertise in Pulp and Paper manufacturing process control systems.
Safe from the Start. Participate in department safety assessments, work in proactive manner to identify, correct, and coach unsafe conditions or actions that are observed
Develop maintenance and operating personnel to take full advantage of the capabilities offered by our distributed control systems and quality control systems.
Work with other maintenance personnel to optimize the performance of our control systems to minimize variation and meet specifications.
Write and modify computer process control programs to optimize mill controls.
Work closely with mill technical and production personnel in planning, designing, and developing new process control applications and improvements.
Be subject to emergency call-ins.
Work downtime days, holidays and weekends as scheduled
Provide support for capital project planning and implementation.
Assist E/I supervision in establishing maintenance procedures and schedules for process control systems.
Participate in Root Cause Failure Analysis to help resolve outstanding issues
Support mill Process Variability Reduction(PVR) and Control Loop Performance Management(CLPM) systems
Electrical or Instrumentation background
Strong technical, problem solving, decision-making, project management, and computer skills
Good verbal and written communication skills
Ability to interact effectively with all levels of the organization and work in a team environment
Ability to handle multiple time-sensitive projects and issues
Knowledge of Microsoft Office
Self-starter, able to work effectively with minimal direct supervision
Knowledge of pulp and paper production process
Knowledge of Mod 300, ABB 800xA, or Foxboro IA systems
Verso Corporation is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status or status as an individual with a disability.