Our client is a world leader in natural gas and a leading player in the global energy market. They operate in over 25 countries on five continents
As Principal Control & Instrument Engineer your main responsibilities will include
Monitor maintenance performance and provide maintenance strategy improvements ensuring outputs from reliability and availability modelling are incorporated into the improvement process.
Complete twelve monthly reviews of all Safety Critical Elements (SCE) and associated performance standards to ensure compliance with verification assurance methods.
Liaise with vendors and sub-contractors to improve equipment performance and reliability. Track performance against Key Performance Indicators (KPIs).
Provide guidance and direction in the preparation and implementation of service support contracts. Full technical ownership of related contracts.
Ensure Computerised Maintenance Management System (CMMS) contains a comprehensive and accurate maintenance strategy. Continually review and audit completed work orders.
Identify safety and production critical spares to ensure minimum stock holding. Lead 12 monthly reviews to ensure stock optimisation.
Set agreed limits for routine and non-routine Control & Instrument backlog and take the necessary action to eliminate growth.
Cross asset maintenance support of DCS software and other programmable systems.
Ensure all health care activities contained within the CMMS are included on the year plan.
Act as single point of contact for all Control & Instrument health care contracts and ensure valid support contracts are in place
Knowledge, Skills & Experience
As a Chartered Engineer or equivalent (preferred), you will have a high level of competency and experience of working with Maintenance Management Systems. Knowledge of maintenance philosophies and strategies, inventory management and use of maintenance systems to support core processes.
Experience of leading change projects and clearly demonstrate achievements in this area and have the specific authority to challenge capability and capacity of human resource and to set standards.
Demonstrate safety leadership and promote a safety culture among all personnel with experience of optimising production from operated assets and influencing production optimisation of non-operated assets.
Adept at the implementation of remedial actions to sustain / improve reliability / availability, monitoring production efficiency and implementing improvements.
With a proven record of accomplishment influencing key stakeholders and external bodies in particular partners you will also have experience of working across multiple platforms (operated and non-operated) and successfully influencing partners to improve performance and change work practices
This is a contract position
If you feel that you are well suited to the above opportunity and would like to find out more then please contact Orion Group for more information or apply by forwarding your current CV quoting reference 87112
Orion Group currently supplies over 3,500 personnel in roles including Oil & Gas, Renewables, Power & Utilities, Construction, Mining, Rail, Aerospace, IT & Telecoms, Office and Commercial. With 29 offices worldwide, Orion Group operating in the UK and internationally and in January 2009, were named the UK's number one for engineering recruitment oilandgaspeople.com - 11 months ago