Venture Global LNG (“Venture Global”) is a long-term, low-cost provider of American-produced liquefied natural gas. The company’s two Louisiana-based export projects service the global demand for North American natural gas and support the long-term development of clean and reliable North American energy supplies. Using reliable, proven technology in an innovative plant design configuration, Venture Global’s modular, mid-scale plant design will replace traditional designs as it allows for the same efficiency and operational reliability at significantly lower capital cost.

We are seeking qualified applicants for the position of Instrument and Controls Engineer 

General Description:

The candidate will lead small to medium projects for the Instrumentation & Control discipline and interface well with the customer and coordinate with the rest of the project team.

  • Take responsibility for the Instrumentation & Control engineering and design team assigned to, and their design output to quality, cost and schedule requirements for specific projects.
  • Support the Technical Integrity role for the Instrument & Control (I&C) discipline.
  • Ensure all engineering and design work performed adjusts to quality, cost, and schedule requirements.
  • Ensure all design work is safe and carried out in a safe manner.
  • Ensure all design work conforms to the codes and standards used by the project, or to agreed industry standards.
  • Self-motivated individuals with a desire to solve complex engineering problems, show effective team leadership and communication skills will be ideally suitable for this role.


  • Lead a discipline project team of Designers/Engineers as part of the Instrumentation team.
  • Serve as project lead designer/engineer and supervises the work of other engineers, designers or drafting.
  • Perform designing/engineering work/deliverables as part of the Instrumentation & Control team.
  • Ability to interpret project specifications.
  • Coordinate/Communicate with other disciplines and the project.
  • Support Scope definition, estimation, and progress control of Instrumentation & Control engineering activities.
  • Support Resource allocation based on project schedule requirements
  • Lead RFP, Estimations, Detailed Engineering, and field support project activities
  • Familiarity of applicable codes and LNG standards to support engineering deliverables
  • Support quality assurance and verification role on engineering deliverables
  • Quality Assurance – Responsible for working, and getting team members working with you, within the provisions and guidelines of the Company Quality Assurance system
  • Identify issues and problems, develop appropriate solutions.
  • Assist and support junior/intermediate/senior personnel within the Instrumentation & Controls engineering team.
  • Keep up to date with the latest developments and technical innovations in Instrumentation & Controls engineering.
  • Resolve discrepancies between Contractor and Company requirements.
  • Ensure the project scope is clear and that changes comply with project change management processes.
  • Participate in relevant meetings, prepare progress reports and follow required checking procedures.
  • Will be required to provide assistance and advice during procurement, construction and commissioning activities.
  • Provide construction management support as required.
  • Liaise with Contractors, vendors, engineers, and other disciplines.
  • Participate in the professional development of less experienced members of the department/team.


Education and Certification Experience: 

  • Post-Secondary Education in a field related to Instrumentation & Control.
  • Minimum Fifteen (15) years of direct Instrumentation & Control design and engineering experience.
  • PE registered in the State of Texas and/or Louisiana

Technical and Industry Experience:

  • 15 - 25 years of engineering experience in I&C engineering
  • Leadership role supporting multiple small to mid-sized projects
  • Knowledge of Electrical would be an asset/preferable.
  • Previous site experience will be an asset.
  • Experience in Oil & Gas industry necessary
  • Experience in LNG production preferred
  • Familiar with digital tools, digitization and data acquisition experience are an asset
  • Extensive working knowledge of Instrumentation & Control deliverables such as:
    • Panel (JB and Marshalling) Design
    • P&ID's
    • Loop Drawings
    • Wiring Drawings
    • Motor Control Schematics
    • Instrument Location Drawings
    • Instrument Installation Details
    • Instrument Specifications (Datasheets)
    • I/O Lists
    • Bill of Materials
    • Conduit/Tray/Cable Schedules
    • Control Narratives
    • Cause and Effect Diagrams
    • Functional Safety Requirements
    • Material Requisitions
    • Construction or Engineering Work Packages.
  • Extensive working knowledge of Instrumentation Calculation/Selection, such as:
    • Flow (Orifice Plates, Vortex, Venturi, Magnetic, Ultrasonic meters)
    • Level Measurement (Radar, Displacers, Gauges)
    • Temperature (including Thermowells Freq. wake calculation)
    • Pressure
    • Process Analyzers and sampling systems would be a plus
  • Competent use of instrument calculation/selection specific software.
  • Working knowledge (design/configuration/implementation) of any of the following systems:
    • PLCs, preferable Rockwell.
    • SISs, preferable Yokogawa, Honeywell.
    • DCS, preferable Honeywell Experion, Yokogawa
  • Extensive knowledge of industry standards and codes related to Instrumentation & Control system deliverables.
  • Demonstrated experience with Instrumentation & Control technologiesin LNG or Oil &Gas industry.
  • Demonstrated capabilities in leading the Instrumentation & Control design and engineering work in multiple and concurrently small and medium projects.
  • Basic knowledge of Computer Aided Design software.
  • Basic knowledge of SmartPlant Instrumentation software.
  • Basic knowledge of Communications Networks
  • Competent use of relevant software such as MS Office Suite.


Venture Global LNG is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, non-disqualifying physical or mental disability, national origin, veteran status or any other basis covered by appropriate law.


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