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Snr Instrumentation Engineer

  • Job reference: 926162
  • Location: Norway
  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Job type: Contract
  • Sector: Oil & Gas, Instrument Engineering
  • Date posted: 21/06/2019

Snr Engineer Instrumentation

Responsibilities:

Follow-up, check and implement LCI information in our engineering database

Co-operate with instrumentation and instrumentation package engineers in the project

Participate in approval and quality control of final documentation for instrument packages

Update and complete engineering documents and data registers

Interface with other disciplines, suppliers, and client

In cooperation with other project members, client and contractors ensure efficient and coherent integration and design between offshore platforms

Required expertise:

Minimum 8 years' experience from instrument detail phase engineering in green field projects located on Norwegian Continental Shelf

Minimum 3 years' Experience from Instrument Packages activities and responsibilities from green field projects

Experience and deep knowledge of instrumentation design according to relevant standards such as NORSOK, ATEX, PTIL and IEC

Have good communication skills

Have a cooperative working attitude and acceptance for multicultural team environment

Ability to work independently as well as in team

Achieve deadlines and quality standards


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