The Instrumentation Engineer is responsible for the proper design and selection of all instrumentation necessary for the safe and optimum operation of the asset. As Instrumentation Engineer, you must properly apply Discipline knowledge such as specific sizing and selection knowledge to meet all required process and contractual requirements. You may be assigned as a Package Engineer with technical responsibility for the design, procurement and manufacture, and Installation and Commissioning assistance of the Package. You must work with Engineers and Designers both within and outside the discipline to ensure instruments are selected, installed, and configured for optimum operation and accuracy.
Furthermore, you will:
- Ensure activities are completed with consistency and in compliance with applicable codes, standards and regulations.
- Achieve effective interface management with internal and external stakeholders and ensure changes are managed.
- Proactively track areas likely to change to reduce the ‘surprise’ element, added costs and delays to project.
Education & Experience
Our ideal candidate for the role of Instrumentation Engineer has at least 5 years’ experience in Instrumentation Engineering in Oil and Gas projects. You have a relevant technical degree and are able to manage ambiguity in a project. You bring experience in the FEED phase of a project.
You are willing to travel, when necessary.
In addition to this, you have:
- Excellent Plan and Alignment skills: you are able to plan and prioritize work to meet commitments aligned with organizational goals.
- Decision Quality: you are able making good and timely decisions that keep the organization moving forward
- Resourcefulness: you are securing and deploying resources effectively and effectively
- Resilience: you are rebounding from setbacks and adversity when facing difficult situations.