Instrumentation Design Engineer - VR/21963
Currently recruiting for an experienced Instrumentation Design Engineer on a permanent staff basis for an Oil & Gas Service company based in Glasgow. Working a 37.5-hour working week, the Instrumentation Design Engineer will be responsible for the on-time delivery of projects / design packs that provide safe, economic and engineered solutions to customers.
The Instrumentation Design Engineer will have the following main duties and responsibilities:
- Carrying out technical and design engineering activities, in support of the Integrated Instrumentation Solutions (IIS) Division.
- Producing economic engineered solutions, considering all aspects, from materials to manufacturability.
- Liaising with customers to establish and confirm precise engineering requirements.
- Liaising with other departments to ensure clarity of understanding for all customer / project requirements.
- Ensuring full compliance, during all engineering and related activities, with regard to sound engineering practice, and adherence to relevant internal and external procedures, guidelines and standards.
- Ensuring development and improvement of existing products and services, where possible.
- Actively pursuing the development of new product ranges from conceptual design to manufacture.
- Liaising with suppliers on technical and engineering matters.
- Ensuring activities within the IIS Division and Engineering Department meet agreed target completion dates.
Experience / Qualifications:
- An HND qualification in a process / instrumentation / control hydraulics system type discipline.
- Previous experience of working in a mechanical engineering environment with specific instrumentation and process control design experience.
- Instrumentation engineering experience.
- Experience of carrying out engineering design, development and manufacture of process control, instrumentation and / or hydraulic systems.
- Experience with the development of P&IDs and BOMs, as well as documentation packs.
- Experience with AutoCAD Inventor, or other similar packages.
- A degree qualification in an engineering-based (mechanical bias) subject.
- Chartered Engineer status, or working towards.
- Experience with subsea control systems.
- Experience with the design of control panels.
- Small bore tubing design experience.
- Experience with subsea codes and standards.
- Product and process development experience.
- PED / ATEX knowledge.
- Mathcad and FEA experience.
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