Instrument Engineer (Modifications & Maintenance)
Aberdeen, Aberdeen, United Kingdom
Job type: fulltime
Job industry: Engineering
The primary purpose of this position is to provide discipline engineering support to UK operations to ensure equipment integrity and regularity
â¢ Ensure that all activities are carried out in a safe and environmentally prudent manner complying with all regulatory requirements, legislation, HSEQ procedures, Asset specific Performance Standards and Engineering Standards.
â¢ Responsible for defining equipment/system performance standards and specifications of new equipment
â¢ Responsible for monitoring equipment/system performance, initiating and ensuring corrective actions.
â¢ Responsible for discipline engineering and maintenance support to UK operations
â¢ Provide discipline support to UK operated assets
â¢ Establish long term facility modification & maintenance plans/programs to ensure cost effective operation and asset integrity throughout facility lifetime.
â¢ Provide input and strategy for activities related to transition from old to new facilities, including participating in review of outstanding workload and optimisation of modification portfolio.
â¢ Responsible to provide budget input/scope for maintenance and modifications.
â¢ Responsible for continuously challenging technical solutions, engineering performance and cost of modification projects.
â¢ Provide engineering responses and solutions to Technical Queries
â¢ Project "champion" in Modification projects FEL 1 and 2 phases, and support FEL 3 and execution.
â¢ Provide optimised preventive maintenance program, including detailed work packages for UK Operated Assets.
â¢ Follow up of Research and Development projects
â¢ Responsible for equipment performance including spare part management and warranty follow up.
â¢ Provide plans to manage obsolete equipment so that it does not impact safety or business performance.
â¢ Adhere to contract management processes and ensure vendor delivery is robustly managed for any assigned contracts.
â¢ Any other reasonable duty as per instruction by your manager
â¢ Engineering Degree required
â¢ Chartered Engineer Status and Corporate Member of a professional body preferred.
â¢ Understanding of processes required to meet HSE objectives. Fully conversant with UK regulatory environment
â¢ Understanding of Corporate and Local budget, maintenance and project management processes and tools
â¢ Able to drive continuous improvement and to instigate and make change happen.
â¢ Significant operational and engineering experience.
â¢ Set ambitious, yet realistic goals and targets, and consistently achieve these.
â¢ Previous relevant technical experience
â¢ Offshore experience
â¢ Self-driven. Strong personal leadership and drive toward teamwork. Ability to perform effectively within a strong peer group and to drive toward optimal business solutions
â¢ Good communicating, influencing, negotiating and networking skills. Builds excellent relationships. Respected internally and externally
â¢ Awareness of HSEQ Policies and Business Management System (BMS)
â¢ Awareness of Values & Business Principles
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