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Job Title :
Instrument Project Engineer 
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Posted :
10/16/2019 4:22:50 PM 
Company Name :
Forces Recruitment Services 
Location :
Birmingham, West Midlands, England 
Benefits :
DOE + pension 
Salary :
£35k - 40k per year + DOE + pension 
Security :
Other 
Description :

Our client is one of the leading UK Chemical manufacturers and is now looking to recruit an Instrument Project Engineer to manage the full life-cycle management of chemical plant instrumentation projects from design through to commissioning. This involves all different types of instrumentation e.g., level, flow, temperature, pressure and mass instrumentation, safety instrumented systems & intrinsic safety etc.  The Instrument Project Engineer must have completed a formal engineering qualification to a minimum HNC level and have completed an engineering apprenticeship.

Applications from suitably experienced ex-military personnel (British Army, Royal Air Force, Royal Navy or Royal Marines) are strongly encouraged to apply.

Key Responsibilities:

  • The full life-cycle management of chemical plant instrumentation projects from design through to commissioning involving all different types of instrumentation. E.g., level, flow, temperature, pressure and mass instrumentation, safety instrumented systems & intrinsic safety etc.
  • The ability to manage the modification of instrumentation plant via a management of change system.
  • The ability to create and use/understand CAD drawings including all types of instrumentation drawings and P&ID’s.
  • Maintaining records on all items including modifications, repairs, specifications etc.

Person Specification

Essential:

  • Recognised Instrument apprenticeship and educated to HNC level as a minimum.
  • Several years’ experience with the management of instrumentation projects within chemical process or other similar regulated industries. E.g. Pharmaceutical, Petro-chem, Food, or Oil & Gas
  • Experience of and a good understanding of the instrumentation aspects of DSEAR/ATEX compliance.
  • Good understanding of control, safety systems and functional safety standards IEC61508 & IEC61511 and be able to manage proof tests along HSE guidelines.
  • Sound knowledge of HSE requirements.
  • Experienced in working to ISO 9001 standards.
  • Possess working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications.

Desirable

  • A good knowledge of Planned Preventive Maintenance, Total Productive Maintenance and continuous improvement will be highly beneficial.

Hours:

  • 36.25 hour working week

Benefits:

  • 25 days paid holiday (and all UK Bank Holidays)
  • Paid sick scheme
  • Free life assurance
  • Stakeholder pension scheme


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