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Instrumentation Commissioning Technician

  • Job type: Temp-to-Perm
  • Sector: Energy, Oil & Gas
  • Discipline:
  • Location: Aberdeen
  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Job reference: 2018-10796_1521032641

Job Description

Purpose / Role

  • To assist execute the Instrument commissioning scope of work in accordance with the contract specifications and schedule
  • Provide support to the Snr Instrument / Instrument Engineer
  • Review commissioning technical documentation
  • Function test Instrument plant and equipment onshore/offshore

Key Aims and Objectives

  • To perform the work in accordance with the specified safety standards / project requirements / workpack
  • To support the commissioning team to function test the Instrument system in accordance with project technical procedures

Prime Responsibilities and Duties

  • Function test and repair, the Instrument system in accordance with mechanical completion, pre-commissioning, commissioning procedures
  • "Red line" project drawings and procedures with any changes made during testing
  • Review construction documentation prior to executing commissioning activities
  • Complete the project Completion System in accordance with project completion procedures
  • Ensure all activities are carried out in a safe manner using WorleyParsons' procedures (Task Risk Assessment, TRIC etc)
  • Ensure all activities are implemented in a safe manner and in accordance with the project PTW system

Allied Occasional Duties

  • Liaise with support vendors as required
  • Deputise for Sr Commissioning Tech if required

Key Internal Interfaces

  • Senior Commissioning Technicians
  • Discipline Commissioning Engineers
  • Construction personnel
  • Completions Coordinator
  • HSEQ Reps

Key External Interfaces

  • Client commissioning personnel
  • Operations & Maintenance personnel
  • Site vendor reps

Qualifications/Training

Essential:

  • ONC in Instrumentation and Controls Engineering / recognised Instrumentation trade background (C&G / BTEC etc) combined with proven and demonstrable experience as an Instrumentation Commissioning Technician in O&G or related industry.
  • BOSIET / UKOOA Medical (or equivalent)
  • COMPEX Hazardous Area Training (or equivalent)
  • WorleyParsons' Mandatory Training (Induction, Risk Assessment etc)
  • IT Literate (Excel / Word / PowerPoint)

Desirable:

  • HNC in Instrumentation and Controls Engineering or related subject
  • PTW Training

Experience

Essential:

  • Demonstrable experience in a Instrumentation Commissioning Technician role, with a proven background of delivery.
  • Thorough understanding of the principles of Instrumentation equipment / system commissioning.
  • Good knowledge of O&G related SHEQ safe working practices and procedures.
  • Knowledge of the completions process and the ability to understand / complete related check-sheets.

Desirable:

  • Offshore experience in a similar role.
  • JMS experience.

Personal Qualities, Aptitudes and Skills

  • English - basic essential
  • Able to demonstrate commitment to safety
  • Flexible - able to comply with company and client requirements
  • Ability to work on own initiative
  • Confident - ability to work on own initiative
  • Ability to work in a multi-cultural environment
  • Desire to learn and develop skills and knowledge

Competencies - Generic

  • Ability to demonstrate understanding of HSE safe working practices and procedures (including isolation procedures) and able to implement these during completion of workscope.
  • Able to work in a team environment.
  • Ability to complete applicable commissioning documentation (including test records, daily logs, fault reports and permit to work system) accurately and to a good standard.
  • Ability to understand / implement applicable working practices / procedures
  • IT Literate in major software packages (e.g. Word / Excel)

Competencies - Technical

  • Conversant with the completions / commissioning process.
  • Ability to understand /project procedures and drawings in particular extensive understanding of P&ID's / SLD's / D&ID's etc.
  • Thorough understanding of the principles of instrumentation systems including installation, testing, commissioning and general O&M of instrument equipment and components.
  • Ability to identify PTW requirements and complete associated method statements / risk assessments for the safe execution of workscope.

Competencies - Project / Department Specific

  • To be completed by the Project

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