Graduate Instrumentation & Controls Engineer (Dublin)


DPS has an excellent opportunity for a Graduate Instrumentation & Controls Engineer

2022 Graduate Opportunities
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Permanent full-time

Graduate Opportunity - 2022 start!

DPS Group is a global engineering, consulting and project management company, serving high-tech industries around the world. DPS delivers services for clients across the complete engineering and construction value chain including feasibility studies, concepts, consulting, architecture, engineering, procurement, construction management, commissioning, qualification and validation; as well as contingent staffing solutions.

DPS applies its extensive process engineering expertise built over 46 years, as well as significant Lean construction experience to assist clients in high-end process sectors such as pharmaceuticals, biotech and semiconductors to deliver manufacturing facilities speedily, safely and cost effectively. What sets the firm apart are the partnerships it builds with clients through a fundamental understanding of their businesses and its own agility, flexibility, original thinking and high-calibre people.

DPS has grown substantially in recent years and now employs more than 2,000 people in 16 offices and on client sites in Ireland, U.K., Netherlands, Belgium, Sweden, Switz816477.273584erland, Israel, Singapore, Saudi Arabia, and the United States.

DPS provides full EPCMV (Engineering, Procurement, Construction Management and Validation) services for its clients. Joining DPS as a Graduate Instrumentation & Controls Engineer would suit a motivated, practical and adaptable individual who has the ambition to gain Chartered Engineer status and wishes to work in a progressive and innovative design consultancy.

Working under the direct supervision of a senior member of the Instrumentation & Controls team, the Graduate Engineer will support the delivery of a range of projects across industrial and pharmaceutical sectors. The design work will include instrumentation and controls across a range of pharmaceutical and industrial projects. The Graduate will also have the opportunity to interact with Process, Piping, HVAC and Electrical aspects of projects while working within an inter-discipline project team environment.

Working in Instrumentation & Controls

The DPS Instrumentation & Controls department works as part of a multi-disciplinary practice that handles our client needs in the following areas: architectural, process, HVAC, mechanical, electrical, I&C, commissioning, validation and construction management services.

Day to day

Working as a Graduate Instrumentation & Controls Engineer your day to day role could involve the activities/ projects in the following areas;

•    Prepare specifications & scope of work for instrumentation and automation systems
•    Generate Instrumentation Indices from Process & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID’s), or check similar documents developed by your colleagues
•    Generate Instrument Data Sheets for Process Instruments and Valves, which will be purchased for the installation on site
•    Preparation of instrument schematics, loop drawings, and layout drawings.
•    Selection, specification and design of process instrumentation and safety instrumented systems.
•    Generation of Control System Architecture Drawings
•    Development of Automation Philosophies

Who are we looking for

•    Degree Qualified Electrical Engineering/Mechatronics, or Programme which incorporates modules relating to Instrumentation and Controls.
•    Computer literate and comfortable working in MS-Excel and MS-Word 
•    Team player, adaptable & practical.
•    Excellent interpersonal, organisational and communication skills.
•    Strong attention to detail.
•    Ability to work well on own initiative

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