Senior Instrument Engineer
Profile Senior Instrument Engineer
We currently seek a Senior Instrument Engineer for one of our clients. As Senior Instrument Engineer, you handle all Instrument components (control, flow and temperature), from a technical point of view (datasheets, requisitions and Vendor prints).
Tasks & responsibilities:
Lead Engineer Instrumentation:
- Contract Review and follow up;
- Ensure incorporation of lessons learned (Quality Deviation Lists, Quality Improvement Points);
- Prepare basis of Design Instrumentation;
- Ensure that instrument scope is fully executed;
- Ensure adequate 2nd pair of eyes check;
- Ensure project schedules and milestones are met;
- Timely inform Project Manager and Manager Instrumentation & Electrical on delays, problems, etc.;
- Use Quantity Tracker Program (including timely update and informing of Project, Procurement and Construction);
- Ensure proper check of CAD 3D modeling;
- Execute tasks defined for Instrument Engineer.
- Assist in proposals and projects as required;
- Assist in preparation of P&ID’s and participate in P&ID review meetings, HAZOP meetings and Sil meetings;
- Execute calculations for flow instruments, control valves and pressure relief valves;
- Preparation specifications and data sheets for control valves, pressure relief valves and analyzers, etc.;
- Preparation of requisitions, technical bid tabulations and vendor pint checking;
- Preparation of documents for DCS and SGS system;
- Assist in inspections when requested by inspection department and/or for DCS, SGS and analyzers;
- Site assistance during construction, commissioning and start-up on request of the construction and/or start-up department (special assignment).
Requirements Senior Instrument Engineer
- Bachelor or Master’s degree in one of following engineering subjects: Instrumentation, Process Control, Electrical and Electronics, Chemical or Mechanical.
- Minimum of 10 years’ experience in a similar engineering function.
- Excellent command of the English language, written and spoken and preferably also good command of the Dutch language; written and spoken.