PMC Senior Instrument Engineer Full-time Job

1 week ago   Engineering   Abu Dhabi   21 views Reference: 38072
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Design and check all Instrument work on assigned projects

Execute assigned work in accordance with the applicable Project Procedures, DDI and Standards, including Project Procedures on Safety and Quality Control, within the man-hour and cost budgets and the project schedule targets

Review other discipline drawings such as Equipment datasheet

Attend coordination meetings and engineering review meetings with supplier as required

Assist Procurement Department with the expediting of supplier documents

Review and approve supplier documents for Instrumentation

Ensure effective & efficient Inter-discipline coordination including coordination with client engineer

Review instrument aspects of package unit supplier’s drawings


B.S. or equivalent degree in Instrument or / and Control System Engineering from an accredited university with minimum 15 years relevant experience in the oil / gas industry

Must have been in CONSULTANT’s organisation for at least 5 years in similar position and must have previous PMC experience

Experience in Design of Wellhead Towers & Process Platforms

FEED oil and gas experience in general and FEED experience in specific on Compressor Control Systems and Generator Unit (highly preferred)

Knowledge and understanding on Hazardous Area Classification

Strong Experience on Systems (DCS, ESD, F&G, etc) engineering knowledge

Knowledge on F&G detectors technology selection

Fully familiar with international codes, standards and recommended practices to be adopted during EPC phases of oil / gas projects

Thorough knowledge of DCS, ESD, Fire and Gas and SCADA systems generally incorporated in major oil / gas project is essential

Company Description
Wood is a global leader in consulting and engineering, delivering solutions to critical challenges in energy and materials markets. We provide consulting, projects and operations solutions in 60 countries, employing around 35,000 people.