Process Control Engineer

Lemont, IL, USA


$120 - 150K DOE

This client is seeking a Process Control Engineer and project leader for the design and implementation of Advanced Control / Optimization projects. Act as technical advisor to Process/Project Engineering and Operations on complex process control systems. Analyze control of process operations to improve and optimize unit performance and profitability. Responsible for the operation and maintenance of infrastructure and software used for control and safety functions.


  • Lead the continued development and sustained performance of Advanced Process Control technologies.
  • Be a technical advisor to Process/Project Engineering and Operations on complex process control systems including design, troubleshooting, and control loop/instrument tuning.
  • Implement and support the basic Process Control System (DCS), Multivariable control (MVC), Safety Instrumented System (SIS), and Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) hardware and software.


  • Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering or Process Control OR 8 years of control board/Operations supervision experience in lieu of degree..
  • Minimum of 3 years of process control or related experience in the refining/chemical industry
  • Advanced computer skills; modeling, multivariable control, and DeltaV configuration experience a plus.
  • Experience in a variety of process control-related skills including DCS configuration, PLC configuration, multi-variable control (design, implementation, and/or maintenance), and instrument tuning.
  • Strong communication skills, self-directed, with a positive customer service focus. The ability to contribute in a team setting is essential.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license
  • Must be able to obtain Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC)

Eligibility Requirements: The Maritime Transportation Security Act requires all persons who will need unescorted access to a regulated facility to have a valid Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC), issued in accordance with the rules established by the United States Coast Guard and the Transportation Security Administration. All candidates must be eligible to receive a TWIC to be considered for an offer. To obtain more information on the Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC), please visit the Transportation Security Administration’s website: