Instrument & Control Engineer (Offshore)

Job Title: Instrument & Control Engineer (Offshore)
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Aberdeen, Scotland
Salary: negotiable day rate
Start Date: 2018-10-29
Reference: BH-87858-1
Contact Name: Martin Hughes
Contact Email:
Job Published: October 29, 2018 16:20

Job Description

Instrument & Control Engineer - Offshore UK - 3/3 Rotation

Our client, a global operating company, is looking to hire an Instrument & Control Engineer for a 3/3 rotational position offshore UK for an initial duration of 1 year. Candidates are expected to have significant experience in supporting offshore operations. 


The discipline engineer works closely with the Client's Technical Authority to ensure technical quality and the application of practical, operable, and innovative technology by the engineering contractors. The discipline engineer also helps to ensure contractor engineering discipline work is completed in an efficient manner and supports project schedule milestones.

The discipline engineer's roles and responsibilities include:

1.Provides safety leadership enforcing the Client's Health, Safety , and Environmental policies, procedures, and objectives to ensure that I and C designs are inherently safer, risks are reduced, and HSE requirements are satisfied.

2.Provides leadership, along with the Clients' Technical Authority, for the overall instrument and control design efforts.

3.Develops instrument design practices and philosophies including overall control schemes and shutdown philosophies.

4.Ensures that appropriate design specifications and standards are being used in the design process.

5.Ensures project design is consistent with the client's integrity management standard use of Guidance on Certification and industry standards.

6.Reviews and provides comments on instrumentation and control designs.

7.Reviews P&ID's, loop drawings, instrument specifications, and instrument selection.

8.Provides safe, operable, and efficient equipment designs,

9.Evaluates and selects vendors and equipment.

10.Identifies integration and infrastructure issues.

11.Provides consultation and problem resolution.

12.Assists with performance tests and problem resolution.

13.Assists in checkout, commissioning, and startup.

14.Actively participates in fabrication shop visits.

15.Assists with the development of operation procedures and training.

16.Communicates and coordinates with Project Engineers and Project Leads.

17.Monitors performance of Engineering Contractor discipline engineers and reports deviations from acceptable performance.

18.Coordinates work efforts with the Technical Authority.


Bachelors? Degree in Electrical Engineering; a Masters Degree a plus.