I&C Engineer

  • Competitive
  • Australia Western Australia Perth
  • Contract
  • Oil & Gas
As part of Woodside Energy Onshore Projects team, you will as an experienced Instrument and Controls Engineer on an initial 2 year contract to work on delivery of Brownfields projects such as:
  • Turbine and distributed control system upgrade projects covering all stages of the project lifecycle
  • Decarbonisation projects such as Pluto LNG Solar Import, including NWIS grid connection
The Onshore Projects team delivers capital efficient projects across our onshore operating assets, including the Karratha Gas Plant (KGP), Pluto LNG Park (PLP), and King Bay Supply Base (KBSB).  The program includes opportunities and projects ranging in size and complexity, including the Karratha Life Extension portfolio, key integrity and reliability scopes, growth through additional third-party processing and projects at our Assets to support environmental emission reductions.
Opportunities are delivered in close collaboration through our Tier 1 Engineering, Procurement, and Implementation Contractors and managed out of our integrated Project office in Perth, Western Australia.

Duties & Responsibilities:
  • Manage I&C technical integrity by ensuring the safe and consistent application of Company and regulatory codes, standards and good engineering practices;
  • Apply Construction Led Design principals in line with Construction Led Design Guideline;
  • Recommend appropriate assurance activities to manage the engineering risks associated with Contractors, suppliers and procurement of equipment;
  • Provide advice on technical integrity, including the use of standards and equipment specifications;
  • Review and Accept As built safety critical deliverables; and
  • Support Project Engineers to deliver Projects in a timely and cost effective manner;
 Skills & Experience:
  • Degree in an Instrument and Controls related Engineering discipline
  • Minimum 5 years experience with preference for Controls
  • Strong written and communication skills and stakeholder management
  • Work within multi-disciplinary teams
  • Prior knowledge or experience supporting the onshore gas plants (highly desirable)
If you are interested in this position, please email your CV to harry.evans@nesfircroft.com

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