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  • Job reference: RMS0195710

Senior Instrument & Control Systems Engineer

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Norwich, Norfolk
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Date posted: 14/06/2018
  • Duration: permanent
  • Time left:
    d h m s
    (12/07/18)
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The Role:
Reporting directly to the Instrument & Controls Technical Authority, this position is responsible for the assurance and verification of instrumentation and controls activity within SNS, assisting with and deputising for the Instrument and Controls Technical Authority.

You will have responsibility for advising and mentoring where required the discipline engineers in compliance with company standards, MoC procedures and national and international standards. Additionally you shall work with the Instrument and Controls Technical Authority to provide input on company policies and practices, review and approval of MoC's and provide leadership at safety and risk reviews.
It is expected that the successful candidate will have a subject matter specialism in either Alarm Management, Functional Safety, Fire & Gas detection or control systems and be able to channel independent advice where they are not an expert.

Whilst this role is based in Norwich, there will be a regular requirement to travel to onshore and offshore operational sites to complete technical audits, assurance surveys and investigations.

Key responsibilities include
 Supporting Instrument Engineers in complex instrumentation issues, ensuring compliance to applicable standards and cost efficiency.
 Support Automations Engineers with functional design issues, providing project assistance and attending FAT's where required.
 Reviewing data sheets before issue to vendor, reviewing drawing updates for accuracy, reviewing Statement of Requirement and issuing standards documents to vendors.
 Provide unbiased advice to managers and to seek out concise and accurate information on their behalf.
 Review MoC's of all levels of complexity and ensure compliance with the MoC is adhered to by all instrument and controls engineers.
 Participate in safety studies such as HAZOPs, LOPAs and also practical interfaces such as FAT/SATs, Project Reviews and FSA assessments.
 Support project and operations support activities as a subject matter expert or source of expert analysis for Functional Safety, Application of Alarm Management, Management of Fire and Gas systems
 Mentoring and competency assurance, contribute to the development of graduates and students, formally assess the competency of engineers as part of the company competency assurance system.

Experience / Qualifications

Ideally a Chartered Engineer or on a professional development program to become so
 Minimum 5 years' experience within the Oil & Gas Industry
 Ideally degree qualified or a minimum of HND level with +10 years' experience
 A recognised qualification in Functional Safety would be advantageous
 Experienced in Alarm Management and Fire and Gas design
 Strong operational knowledge of the offshore and onshore gas business

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