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Control&Automation Engineer (PLC)

  • Sector: Automotive
  • Location: Offshore28/28-Position only for kazakh passport holders
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Date posted: 01/03/2016
  • Time left:
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    (22/03/16)
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The Role:
Degree or Qualification in electrical, computing, or automation disciplines or equivalent
3 year’s of experience in relevant area.
Prefer exposure to Invensys and PLCs (Wonder ware RTU 20/50, Triconex/Trident)
Exposure with RTU Communication Networks (SMH), data link mapping and configuration (Modbus, OPC)
Exposure on some of the multiple company TPCS system (e.g. Allen Bradley, Modicon, HIMA, Wonderware)
Previous experience in Caspian Area would be beneficial

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
Troubleshooting of complex issues and maintenance TPCS system (e.g. Allen Bradley, Modicon, Siemens, HIMA, Wonderware, Rolls Royce, GE Mark VI) data link mapping and configuration (Modbus, OPC)
Proven problem solving skills with the ability to apply these skills in emergency situations
HSE Skills, especially in supervising complex site activities
Ability to work in a team environment, communicates, understand and work within the dynamics of a multi functional, multi cultural environment.
Problem solving and analytical skills
Good knowledge on field devices related to various control transmitters, analysers, mass flow and custody transfer meters and final control elements.
Good knowledge on failure modes of control elements such as field devices, system modules, communications and final control elements.
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