I/E Engineer

  • Competitive Salary & Benefits Package
  • Scotland Scotland Grangemouth
  • Permanent
  • Oil & Gas,Petrochemical
Our client is a global manufacturer of Speciality Chemicals and Polymers and due to continued growth, they are now looking to add a TAR IE Engineer to their team. This role is to be based within a new Central Operations Team, which will help support Turnaround (shutdown) activities across all assets on site.
  • Provide engineering input and expertise to ensure the shutdown (TAR) is delivered safely & on time.
  • Define and implement each asset care policy for all Instrument and Electrical equipment to ensure delivery of ongoing asset reliability, integrity and cost commitments.
  • Specify and audit all ATEX and SIS activities to ensure continual legal compliance.
  • Define all Instrument and Electrical engineering standards, procedures and practices to ensure full compliance with current and future discipline integrity and legislative requirements.
  • Review asset spares and equipment holding to maximise asset reliability and to drive TAR efficiency/cost performance.
  • Ensure correct overall Instrument and Electrical spend to meet asset requirements within available budget and where required, drive appropriate prioritisation.
  • Identify any long lead or special items to the TAR Manager for approval.
  • Look for any opportunities to maximise pre-TAR works or alternative rationale for performing works outside of a TAR. Both with the benefit of removing scope from the TAR executions.
  • Review TAR work scope requirements (in accordance with asset strategy) with the Asset Engineer and assist in execution to support delivery of safe, on time and to budget TAR's.

Experience & Qualifications
  • Candidates will hold a Degree qualification within Instrument / Electrical Engineering.
  • Be a Chartered Engineer, or working towards this
  • Have experience in a similar role with TAR’s/Shutdowns
  • Demonstrate knowledge of theory and practice of managing equipment reliability systems and processes e.g. asset care.
  • Have a strong understanding of discipline legislative and technology requirements with the ability to appropriately translate to equipment inspection/maintenance regimes.
  • Be skilled in troubleshooting and root cause analysis.
  • Be CompEx certified to carry out ATEX inspections.
  • Be FSEng TUV certified to work on and maintain ESD shutdown systems.

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