Instrumental Maintenance Engineer Job description
- To ensure, in regard of control systems equipment:
- the implementation of preventive maintenance programs
- the implementation of special maintenance, and monitoring of technical results
- the notification of obsolete equipment, by requesting the relevant elimination from assets
- the checking of estimated expense for maintenance activities and facility upgrade/renewal.
- He has to be aware of the financial aspects of the Maintenance of DCS system and give guidance to optimize the budget.
- the collection and the entry of data necessary for updating the facility and equipment management archive
- prompt notification of spare parts needed onboard, on the basis of programmed activities and operating conditions. He has to be responsible for identifying and maintaining minimum stock levels of spares and consumables in own area of responsibility
- provide requirements to compensate deviations from routine and special maintenance demands
- compliance of maintenance quality to reference standards
- upkeep of certification and equipment servicing
- To provide assistance to the CCR on DCS operations. To ensure that DCS Operating Procedures are adhered to.
- To establish an accurate history of the work undertaken, and to provide record of it in the maintenance database.
- Clear reporting of deficiencies and malfunctions to the E&I Supervisor. Discuss and analyze technical and spares issues with the E&I Supervisor. Propose solutions related to eventual bottlenecks, deficiencies, non-conformities to E&I
- Supervisor and directly to the Maintenance Superintendent when required.
- To assist in the commissioning of new plant and DCS configuration.
- To liaise via unit reporting structure with the Company and DCS Service provider. Maintain a close working relationship with the DCS provider and if necessary suggest different alternative to his direct responsible/ line management.
- Supervise closely Vendor Services on board. Prepare, follow and close out the visits with proper reports to the E/I Supervisor, Maintenance Superintendent and OIM.
- To provide instrumentation and control assistance as and when required to the E/I department on all areas of the unit’s systems.
- Knowledgeable in safety requirements for major turnaround and maintenance activities.
- Bachelor's degree in the field of electric engineering.
- Fifteen (15) years of experience in the oil and gas industry is required.
- Hands-on experience with electric equipment.
- Fluent English
- Skills in developing technical reports.