Overview Hire Velocity is seeking a Level I and a Level II Controls Engineer for our client in the power generation industry. u00a0*This position is a REMOTE position that can be supported from any location within 1 hour of a major airport. Please note that this position will require AT LEAST 20% travel during the slow seasons and up to 80% travel during outage seasons (spring/fall).* The Controls Level I is an entry level engineer position. This category is for personnel with limited experience in the Gas Turbine/Steam Turbine controls field. ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES Able to read standard electrical schematics and wiring diagrams; Provide calibration of field devices; Verify slot assignment, output, transmitter, failsafe structure, connections, display, system/loop check, operational, functional and tuning; Able to operate basic electrical test equipment such as a multimeter, megger, etc.; Perform instrument loop calculation and operation set points; Prepare and submit accurate reports regarding conditions, required actions and obtained results; Heavy overnight travel (at least 70%) by land and/or air; KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & EDUCATION Education and/or Experience: Bachelor's degree (BA) in Engineering from four-year college or university; or at least three (3) years of military experience; or at least one (1) year ofexperience working in related field. Controls Engineer Level II is a mid level engineer position. This category is for personnel experienced in the Gas Turbine/Steam Turbine controls field. The duties and responsibilitiesu00a0listed below are in addition to Level I requirements. ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES Able to perform logic and graphics modifications to MHI control systems including logic uploads; Able to perform all controls work associated with combustion tuning; Have the required knowledge to perform complex troubleshooting of the MHI control systems; Capable of supervising subcontractor work on MHI instrumentation and improvement works; Able to perform card calibrations on MHI control systems; Able to perform calibrations of all MHI Fuel Gas, Fuel Oil, IGV, and Combustor Bypass valves, to include field side and controls side; Capable of connecting all temporary monitoring equipment such as CABS, CASS, and CPFM; Have a basic understanding of MHI combustion tuning; Prepare and submit accurate reports regarding conditions, required actions and obtained results; Heavy overnight travel (at least 70%) by land and/or air; Perform other such duties as may be required. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & EDUCATION Education and/or Experience: Bachelor's degree (BA) in Engineering from four-year college or university plus two (2) years experience; or at least four (4) years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.