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  • Job reference: RMS0100639

Control & Instrument Engineer

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Aberdeen
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Date posted: 31/10/2011
  • Time left:
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The Company:
Our Client is a major oil and gas operator who has operations though out the world. The Client is offering the chance to work with one of the leading oil and gas operator. They also will provide the chosen candidate with a technically challenging environment and working with cutting edge technologies.

The Role:
Reporting to the engineering Team Leader the Instrument and Control engineering would be part of engineering team. Which is reviewing technical work done by the contractors and provided technical guidance and assurance for my clients Project portfolio.

Key Responsibilities & Accountabilities;

- Review and advise on the Instrument and Control engineering deliverables from the engineering contractor.
- Contribute to development of Design documents including Basis of Design, Engineering design philosophies.
- Provide support during construction to ensure site technical queries
- Provide input into to Risk Assessments, Management of change and project reviews


Essential Skills / Qualifications:
- A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Engineer or equivalent,
- Advanced expertise in frontline Control and Instrumentation engineering
- Chartered Engineer
- Experience of C & I Engineering projects and/or operations.
- Previously worked with distributed control systems, Programmable logic controllers and operator interface systems.

Desirable Skills / Qualifications:
- Previously contributed to HAZID, HAZOP or LOPA’s
- Previously worked on project appraisal, conceptual and FEED stages of a project
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