NRL is recruiting a Principal Instrument Engineer to join our client Hydrogen project team in London or Stockton-on-Tees on a staff or PAYE basis. This role is a hybrid working position, with some office work required.
Work activities will include both project and proposal work where both the technical approach and continuity must be aligned
Work activities for both projects and proposals will be executed across all phases of projects including Conceptual Studies; Basic; FEED; Detailed Design; Procurement through to Commissioning.
Projects and proposals are for process plant and facilities across the Chemical; Oil and Gas; and Power sectors
Project work will include development of Instrument Engineering deliverables as required on a project by project basis
Project work as the functional Lead Engineer for projects as required by the C&I Group Manager, or a Senior Engineer on a large project reporting to the lead Instrument Engineer
Assist the C&I Group Manager in
Developing corporate procedures, standards, specifications and the required design tools for compliance with the SHE policy and efficient execution of production work
Defining the Development and Training needs for the discipline, support graduate Engineer / designer development
Experience and Qualifications required
Many years Instrument Engineering experience, with minimum 5 years in a Lead role on Medium / Large capital projects from concept to start-up
Experience in delivery of Fast Track projects
Competent of working within the C&I Discipline of a contracting organisation.
Competent to Lead the C&I Discipline interface with other Disciplines
Very good proactive communicator. The role involves liaison with Client Engineers & Project Management
Degree qualified for the related discipline
Have or working towards Chartered Engineer status as a Member of the Institute of Measurement and Control (IMC) or Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET)
Proven ability for equipment specification and selection and in ensuring compliance from the suppliers, preferably within an EPC contracting organization
Competent in project execution using selected design tools and techniques.
Competent for budget & Schedule control / monitoring and reporting
Competent in design safety, constructability,
To be able to work to Company standards
Innovative when appropriate
Competent in Electrical protection methodologies
Competent in Specification, technical bid analysis and requisitioning of Field Instrumentation and Analysers
Competent in the application, specification and requisitioning of DCS, PLC, and SIS systems, with experience of the system full lifecycle
Competent in the Specification / Design / Implementation of Hazardous Area Instrumentation (ATEX)
Competent in Instrumentation and Control requirements for Mechanical packages
Competent in P&ID development
Competent in Sizing of flow devices / control valves / relief devices