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Electrical/Instrumentation Design Engineer

As the Electrical/Instrumentation design Engineer, you will be responsible of the design of the Electrical network, design of Instrumentation in our new and existing Lime production facilities.

Your Responsibilities

Your responsibility as the Electrical/Instrumentation Design Engineer is to lead the complete Electrical/Instrumentation design of our new lime production facilities. This process includes the following phases:

  • You develop single line diagram for the plant
  • You develop the automation network diagram
  • You perform preliminary electrical calculations like short circuit, voltage drop, cable cross section, protection relay settings
  • You prepare Electrical load list, Instrument index and I/O list
  • You prepare technical specifications for electrical equipment like MCC, Transformers, VFD, UPS…
  • You prepare technical datasheet for instruments
  • You define, with Design engineering team, battery limit between piping and instrumentation
  • You define, with Design engineering team cable trays location, and Electrical room layout
  • You follow and manage the development of the basic engineering with design team (internally or with external supplier) – PID.
  • You follow up of Engineering contractors work, review their engineering documents according to project request, Carmeuse standards and good engineering practices
  • You perform the FAT for the electrical and Automation panels, and VFD in contractor workshop
  • You review Contractor’s electrical calculation note (short circuit, cables, voltage drop…), electrical and Automation drawings.
  • You are the contact point with our erection companies on site for technical questions
  • You support Engineering team during erection phase
  • You manage the improvements or modifications
  • You are in charge of the inspection on site.
  • Start-up

  • With our process team, you participate to the cold commissioning and the start-up of our new equipment.
  • Your Profile

  • University degree: In Electromechanics
  • Minimum 5 years' experience in an industrial environment and more especially in similar industries (mines or quarries, steel industries, …) with at least 5 years in an Engineering context
  • Knowledge of IEC and Belgian electrical standards
  • Used to work in project team environment
  • Knowledge of ATEX constraints based on past experiences is a plus
  • Office tools knowledge
  • Electrical calculation (short circuit, cable, voltage drop, protection relays settings) 
  • Knowledge in Instrumentation, (flowmeter design)
  • Able to interact with Mechanical design and Process team
  • Software: windows software, MS Project
  • Electrical Software: CANECO, Trace Sofware, Eplan
  • Languages: English fluent is mandatory (especially for technical discussion) French fluent is a big plus.
  • Able to adapt his way of thinking to the different phases of the project Innovative and creative (in conceptual phase) Analytical and autonomous (in basic engineering), Organized, sense of priorities, methodic (in detailed engineering)
  • Adaptation to different cultural environment (engineering suppliers, workshops, erection) (in fabrication and erection phases)
  • Ability and agility to work in a project management organization
  • Able to interact within a multidisciplinary team through the different phases of the project
  • Will be based in our TECforLime office in Louvain-La-Neuve
  • Free to travel abroad for the management of the different phases of the projects (+/- 30% of the time) and more especially during the commissioning of the projects
  • Rigorous with the documentation storage
  • Eased with remote communication through Teams
  • Analytical and problem-solving attitude on reliability issues with our designs (especially on TFL development products).
  • Why should you join us?

    We truly believe that where you work matters and, as a family business, we know what makes our employees happy! 

  • Permanent contract
  • Flexible working hours
  • Home working policy
  • Competitive salary package and benefits
  • A lot of growing possibilities
  • A strong HR and training policy to develop your skills
  • Work life balance.
  • #LI-Hybrid

    The recruitment process

    If you apply for this great position, you could go through these different steps:

  • Olivia Braszko, our Talent Acquisition Lead will review your résumé and cover letter
  • A first "Teams" interview will be scheduled with Olivia. You will take 2 personality questionnaires. Olivia will want to know more about you, as a person and as a professional. She will assess your motivations and answer to your questions
  • You will have a second interview with Aurélie Mordant, our HRBP and Eric Nkamsu, our Head of Electrical/Instrumentation and Automation Design
  • The last discussion will take place with Etienne Thibeaumont, our Engineering Director.
  • Electrical/Instrumentation Design Engineer

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