On Line People Limited are currently looking for a Instrument Engineer to work for one of our major clients based in Immingham. This is initially a contract position for approximately 12 months after which time the role will be re-assessed.
You will be responsible for the mechanical integrity and reliability of the refinery C+I assets. Participate in the development and implementation of the C+I reliability and asset care strategies and provide technical support to refinery operations & maintenance teams.
- Provision of Instrument maintenance engineering and reliability expertise to the Instrument Superintendent.
- Daily monitoring and recording of critical instrumentation performance.
- Specification, installation and commissioning of a wide range of field instrumentation, control and safety equipment including control valves, thermowells and flow measurement orifice plates
- Quality Assurance of SIS maintenance and proof testing activities and documentation.
- Screening of initial SIS proof test postponement requests
- Familiarity with SIS lifecycle documentation, ability to read and understand SIL calculations and SRS.
- Production and peer review of general maintenance and SIS proof test procedures.
- Use of computerised engineering tools, SAP, EIMS, Livelink.
- Provision of technical engineering reviews for management of change documents.
- Hands on provision of support to area instrument technicians and supervisors.
- Support for regulatory inspections and audits (HSE / EA) within area of responsibility.
- Acts as project leader for Instrument Maintenance projects.
- Establish priorities and develop critical tasks
- Accept ownership, are accountable and deliver on commitments
- Committed to continuous improvement. Encourages creativity and innovation.
- Understand and use functional expertise to contribute to the success of the business.
- Familiar with instrument maintenance and reliability strategy
- Degree Qualified in relevant E/I subject.
- Experience of working in a maintenance engineering role within a high hazard industry.
- Chartered Engineer preferred
- TUV Functional Safety Engineer preferred
- CompEx12 or similar preferred