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Systems, Instrument & Electrical Engineer

  • Location: Aberdeen
  • Job type: Contract
  • Sector: Instrument & Electronic
  • Date posted: 21/12/2017
  • Job reference: VR/43407
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Our client now has an immediate requirement for a control system, instrument and electrical engineer to join their team on a 12 month contract basis initially. This role is based in Aberdeen, candidate must have significant previous experience to be considered for this position.

Main Function:
Lead and Manage the Control Systems, Instruments and Electrical (S, I&E) Engineering for the projects under the ECP portfolio. Ensure that Project technical, HSE, schedule, quality and budget targets are met.

Responsible for technically managing and guiding engineering contractors Control Systems, Instruments and Electrical teams towards successful project execution. Provide input to budget and schedules.

Key Roles and Responsibilities:
Lead, organize and control technical work for the S, I&E scope related to the Project in a manner that ensures project objectives and goals are met, and work completed according to project schedule.
Work with Engineering Manager /team, Engineering Contractor and Partners to develop S, I&E engineering plan to ensure effective execution of each phase that shall result in timely field Start-Up.
Responsible for all S, I&E deliverables for engineering, design and documentation of object for AFE approval, including constructability input, construction plan, commissioning plans, etc.
Responsible for providing technical guidance and management of engineering Contractors resources required to deliver according to Functional Specification, Design Basis, Scope of Work, etc.
Ensure that Contractors technical teams team are structured and manned with qualified resources and that the team have capacity to execute the scope of work as per the engineering execution plan.
Ensure appropriate communication mechanism in place with Contractors S, I&E leads and engineers.
Selection and evaluation of suitable technical solutions, identifying integration/optimisation opportunities.
Follow up contractors evaluation of technology and provide necessary interface with Operations during design stages.
Lead and provide guidance to Engineering Contractor and work collaboratively with Supply Chain function to ensure procurement of long lead material and bulks is done in a timely manner to support offshore execution.
Report technical deviations and present proposals and alternative solutions when required.
Attend inter-discipline technical meetings.
Attend technical audits as requested by Management.
Process and follow up technical queries from Contractors, Partners and Operations.
Actively engage with and support other disciplines to ensure inter-discipline design coherence and ensure proper technical interface management is maintained throughout project.
Participate in all project technical and risk management meetings/processes.
Have a thorough understanding of the UKCS Regulatory, Verifcation and Functional Safety Assessment requirements and CoP UK Management of Change (MOC) Process.
Act as Project S, I&E technical focal point for laising with CoP Technical Authorities and Operations team within the UK Business Unit.

Qualification Requirements:

Education:
Chartered Engineer (MSc) / Engineer (BSc) in Electrical and/or Electronic Engineering or equivalent Less formal education may be compensated with documented relevant experience.

Experience: Minimum 15 years discipline engineering experience including experience of topside modification projects and Operations.
Ability to demonstrate Project Experience with UKCS regulatory requirements
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