Systems and Process Control Designer

Reports To:

Lead Systems and Process Control Engineer


The Systems and Process Control (S&PC) Designer is responsible for the production of S&PC models and drawings in accordance with project requirements under the supervision of the S&PC project leadership. The Systems and Process Control Designer is required to apply specialized and/or advanced engineering principles at conceptual and detailed design level.

Key Responsibilities

  • Coordinate the work of draftspersons and senior draftspersons in the preparation of contract drawings, record keeping and other statistical work.
  • Produce and maintain technical and engineering drawings using 2D or 3D CAD software as required.
  • Assist with the development of Piping and Instrumentation Designs (P&ID) and Process Flow Diagrams (PFD).
  • Design and maintain instrument lists, loop drawings, termination schedules, Motor Control Circuit (MCC) configuration and control panel arrangements.
  • Perform conceptual layout work.
  • Assist in review and design of vendor package interfaces.
  • Develop design details to meet project specific and Hatch design criteria and standards.
  • Check drawings prior to release.
  • Ensure coordination with designers and engineers of other disciplines.
  • Perform clash detection of models with other discipline models.
  • In conjunction with engineering staff, prepare design concepts for both internal and client review.
  • In conjunction with engineering staff, produce detailed engineering drawings and documentation for identified and approved concepts/projects.
  • Participation in formal engineering review processes.
  • Comply with Hatch Engineering Change Notice procedure.
  • Verify onsite condition and dimensions relating to existing facilities.

Qualifications and Experience


  • Engineering diploma or college diploma or equivalent electronics/instrumentation tertiary training.
  • Minimum of five years S&PC design experience.
  • Experience within a large project, multidisciplinary EPCM environment.
  • Knowledge of industry or regulatory standards, regulations and codes pertinent to the design and systems related to the project.
  • Understanding of other discipline requirements and interfaces.
  • Proficient in the use of Smart Plant Instrumentation (SPIN)/Intools
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Good safety awareness.
  • Focus on continuous improvement.


  • Professional registration with the regional engineering body/council as a professional technician/designer.
  • Experience in the use of procedures and workflows in the execution of projects.
  • Ability to design in a 3D environment.
  • Proficient in the use of MicroStation.
  • S&PC site experience.

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