Sargent & Lundy

  • Instrumentation & Controls Engineer -- Entry-Level

    United States
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    Full Time - Regular
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  • Overview


    If you are interested in working in the energy business for an industry leader, consider joining Sargent & Lundy.




    We offer you the opportunity to utilize and expand your academic background in engineering:


    • You will work on a multi-discipline engineering team involved in nuclear power plant instrumentation and controls betterment projects.  
    • You will work with electronic process sensors, digital controllers, touchscreen displays, pumps, valves, heat exchangers, steam turbines and reactors to improve functionality of operating nuclear power plants.
    • You will prepare specifications for the procurement of instrumentation and controls equipment as well as engineering calculations associated with plant upgrades and modifications.
    • You will have the opportunity to travel to client and vendor offices for design reviews and to the plant site locations for field verification of design.
    • Experienced engineers will mentor and train you in the execution of meaningful engineering assignments.  Coupled with this on-the-job training, you will also participate in a variety of technical training and professional development sessions to increase your knowledge and skills in your engineering discipline.




    • BSEE or MSEE from an ABET accredited program with a strong academic background and coursework in analog and digital control systems.
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
    • US citizenship or US permanent resident status is required.


    Sargent & Lundy is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any protected status as defined by law.




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