ICE Team Leader

  • Competitive Salary and Benefits Package
  • Scotland Scotland
  • Permanent
  • Oil & Gas
Our client is a global manufacturer of Speciality Chemicals and Polymers and due to significant investment, they are now looking to add an ICE Team Leader to their team. As the ICE Team Lead you will work within a plant area that has seen significant recent investment and includes a diverse array of equipment types, further major investment continues in this plant area.  

  • Lead, manage, develop, and deliver an Instrument, Control and Asset Electrical Assurance team
  • Lead the application of shared good practice, guidance, coaching, and training for Instrument/Electrical/Analyser/Control (I/E/A/C) Engineers, Supervisors and Technicians across assets to achieve the instrument engineering necessary to deliver legal compliance and asset targets
  • Develop, implement, and sustain robust instrument Key Performance Indicators, including inspection and audit functions, to define compliance against critical Asset based I/E/A/C safety routines to meet business requirements for service level, quality, cost and timing. 
  • Provide strategic input to asset projects, development, and turnarounds to meet the business demands and goals for integrity, reliability, timing and value
  • Develop, implement, and sustain the provision of an I/E/A/C GMPs and Standards system including the provision of subject matter expertise, on behalf of Instrument and Control TA, to maintain to comply with the law and national standards and to achieve business goals for Assets

Experience & Qualifications
  • Candidates will hold a Degree qualification within a relevant discipline e.g. Instrument, Electrical
  • Hold a Chartered (or equivalent) status
  • Previous experience within Oil & Gas, Petrochemicals, Food & Drink and/or Manufacturing industry experience
  • Knowledge of manufacturing operations, instrument maintenance, design and commissioning
  • Demonstrate in depth/ expert knowledge of IEC 61511 and IEC 60079 and a close familiarity with other site standards and other relevant British & IEC Standards relating to process Instrument, analyser, and control equipment
  • Knowledge of the law as it applies to the design, operation, maintenance and decommissioning of this equipment
  • Have experience as an auditable system owner
  • Have thorough and detailed knowledge of Process instrument and Instrument/Electrical equipment inspection and maintenance practices

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