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job reference: 10456

Draughtsperson

We are looking to recruit a Draughtsperson for a major petrochemical client based near Immingham.  This is an excellent opportunity to work within a large, worldwide organisation.  It is a full time position for an initial 12 month contract.

Basic Function

The candidate will be required to work as directed to produce quality piping isometrics and engineering layout drawings for Normal Maintenance, TA/SUS and Projects in accordance with the clients Engineering Standards.  The candidate must be a proficient user of AutoCad 2016.

Responsibilities

  • Carry out site visits across the site and satellite areas to review work scope.
  • Carry out a site measure and produce hand sketches to assist with the production of the isometric drawing.
  • Discuss repair/replacement options with Execution Teams to determine effective constructability.
  • Review existing information from SAP, EIMS, and Standard Engineering data to assist with the drawing.
  • Refer to Required Standards, Engineering Practices and Legacy Local Standards to ensure compliance to current standards and practices.
  • Produce isometric drawings to our current standards using our existing drawing borders.
  • Carry out revisions to the drawings as required.

location: Near Immingham | salary: Negotiable | contract duration: 12 months

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job reference: 10472

Instrument Engineer

We are seeking an Instrument Engineer for a long term contract role at a petrochemical site near Immingham.

This is an excellent opportunity for a degree qualified Instrument Engineer, preferably with Functional Safety knowledge to join a team responsible for the mechanical integrity and reliability of site C&I assets.

The contract will be offered for an initial period of 12 months, after which time the role and requirement will be re-assessed.

Basic purpose/accountabilities:

Responsible for the mechanical integrity and reliability of the refinery C+I assets. Participates in the development and implementation of the C+I reliability and asset care strategies. Provides technical support to refinery operations & maintenance teams.

Primary functions/responsibilities:

  • Provision of Instrument maintenance engineering expertise.
  • Daily monitoring 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
  • Management of SIS including proof test postponement evaluation, PTI extension, SIL calculation generation and adjustment.
  • Production and review of general maintenance and SIS proof test procedures.
  • Use of computerised engineering tools, SAP, EIMS, Livelink, SILSolver (ABB TRAC, ExSILentia etc).
  • Provision of technical engineering reviews for management of change documents.
  • Hands on provision of support to area instrument technicians.
  • Support for regulatory inspections and audits (HSE / EA) within area of responsibility.
  • Acts as project leader for Instrument Maintenance projects.

Critical skills

  • Establishes priorities and develops critical tasks
  • Accepts ownership, is accountable and delivers on commitments
  • Committed to continuous improvement. Encourages creativity and innovation.
  • Understands and uses functional expertise to contribute to the success of the business.

Essential Qualifications

  • 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

location: Near Immingham | salary: Negotiable | contract duration: 12 months

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job reference: 10471

Closeout Engineer (MOC)

7.2.18

We are seeking a Closeout Engineer for our client based in Hull.  This is full time, permanent position.

Duties:-

  • Review and check the integrity of work packs produced for MoC, repairs and shutdowns (TAR), for both onshore and offshore client installations
  • Inform relevant parties of non-compliance or lack of information, log anomalies and aid in the location of missing information
  • Understand the scope of work and any deviations
  • Check for a variety of documentation within work packs and ensure compliance with the procedures
  • Carry out a number of activities on the various Electronic Document Management Systems (EDMS)
  • Carry out a number of activities as required on the MoC databases
  • Inform all relevant parties regarding the status of work packs
  • Review client modification work packs received to ensure technical and construction information is correct

location: Hull | salary: | contract duration: Permanent

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