Control & Instrument Engineer
Job title: Control & Instrument Engineer
Salary: £50,000 per annum
We're looking for a talented Control & Instrument Engineer to work for our client.
They want to recruit someone with demonstrable experience of DCS design.
If that's you then you could be exactly what they're looking for.
As the Control & Instrument Engineer you will be primarily responsible for providing leadership and contributing to company environmental, health and safety standards in compliance with company policies to ensure a safe working environment and the minimisation of environmental impact, you will also be responsible for ensuring standards, specifications and guidelines pertaining to discipline conform to the requirements of relevant industry legislation, standards, and guidance engineering.
In the job you'll be tasked with the following:
- Liaising with and manage interfaces with other engineering disciplines to develop full system designs
- Prepare and manage the preparation of design deliverables including, design specifications, instrument data sheets & test specifications
- Preparing and managing the technical specification for installation of control systems including the creation of cable block diagrams, cable schedules, wiring schedules & loop drawings procurement
- Being responsible for technical aspect of the procurement of equipment and tendering of installation contracts
- Managing project spend in accordance with approved budgets
- Management of onsite installation in assuring meeting of safety, quality and schedule objectives of project
- DCS and instrumentation on site commissioning
- Production and completion of all commissioning documentation
- Planning of contract design activities to achieve project deadlines
- Using continuous improvement methodologies to promote built in engineering quality concepts into standard work
- Preparing & execute project documentation in accordance with good documentation practices
- Providing technical support for C&I related equipment post installation for manufacturing sites
The standard working hours for this position are 37.5 hours per week, Monday to Friday.
The ideal candidate for this Control & Instrument Engineer role will have relevant experience of DCS design.
You'll also need experience of:
- Programmable logic controllers (PLCS)
- Hazardous areas
- Factory acceptance testing
- Instrument specification
- Detailed design
- On site commissioning
In addition, you'll need the following:
- An ability to work under pressure and to tight timescales
- Education to a degree level
- Exceptional interpersonal and team-working skills with a natural enthusiasm and an ability to work hard
- Effective prioritisation of projects and tasks to ensure delivery on time and within budget
- Pro-active and able to work on own initiative, ready to identify problems and quickly report them/ provide solutions
Does that sound like you? If so, we'd love to see your CV.
This position could be right for you if you want to work as any of the following: Engineer, Control System Engineer or as an Instrument Engineer.
Basic salary: Up to £50,000 per annum
- 25 days holiday per annum plus declared public holidays
- Holiday purchase scheme (purchase up to 5 additional days per year)
- Flexible working (office and home)
- Private healthcare plan
- Management car subsidy scheme - £870 P.A.
When individual enters into a finance agreement to purchase a car
- Management bonus scheme – pays up to 20% of basic salary, based on business targets and not guaranteed
- Group personal pension plan – a defined contribution scheme with Aviva with up to 8% employer contribution
- On site car parking
- Canteen facilities on site
The company works continuously to build a truly diverse and inclusive culture.
They welcome and encourage candidates from all aspects of diversity to apply for this role.
Interested? If you think you're right for this Control & Instrument Engineer role, then click the 'Apply Now' button, send us your CV and we'll consider you for the first round of interviews.