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The Process Control Engineer (PCE) is a member of the Process Automation Control & Optimization (PACO) Team within the Asset's Technology Department. This person provides overall technical support and assurance for the base layer process control (BPCS) and advanced process control (APC) system in the designated plant area. The Process Control Engineer also provides support to the Run and Maintain Control Systems Engineers in their day-to-day matters in managing the base layer controls, and mentors them and production operation teams on process control concepts, methods, and best practices. He/she is also responsible for providing review and approvals for the MOC related to process control improvements or changes.
The Process Control Engineer also manages fluctuating priorities, contributes to turnaround planning, supports APC implementation and unit optimization, and promotes long term improvement in the module process control performance.
The Process Control Engineer has a functional working knowledge of Safety Instrumented Systems and control systems applications and hardware, process operation and theory, operational goals, ESP alarm variables, process constraints, key quality specifications for feeds and products, impact on the environment, and major economic variables and how they impact site profitability and goals.