Instrumentation Engineer Jobs Profile in Australia
An Instrumentation Engineer requires thorough knowledge of instrumentation design and engineering techniques, as well as CAD and graphics skills. It is their responsibility to plan and conduct independent work requiring judgment in the evaluation, selection, application and adaptation of engineering techniques, procedures and criteria. They devise new approaches to problems, and prepare or modify drawings, specifications, calculations, charts and graphs. They also monitor work for compliance to applicable codes, accepted engineering practices and Eichleay standards.

Instrumentation Engineer duties include:

  • performing independently with instruction as to the general results expected and with guidance from Department Manager and or engineering specialist on unusual or complex problems
  • providing technical direction and on-the-job training to Drafters, Designers, and less experienced Engineers
  • assigns and coordinates work to Drafters, Designers, and Engineers
  • assume the lead engineer’s role on assigned projects
  • may serve as Project Engineer and as a designated Client contact on smaller, less complex projects
  • plan, schedule, conduct, and coordinate program of assigned engineering work and projects
  • assist in selection of discipline personnel assigned to projects
  • ensure proper interdisciplinary coordination and effective communication on projects
  • analyse reports, maps, drawings, tests, and other data to plan and design work

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