Instrument & Controls Engineer
Contingent Staffing contract with an Oil and Gas Company
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Why Join ASCI?
- We have a zero Total Recordable Incident Rate
- Our average employee seniority is 8+ years
- Our positions cover a variety of functional areas, geographical areas, and industries
What can you bring to the ASCI Team?
- Safety: We strive to create an environment where communication is open and everyone recognizes that our work is never so urgent that we cannot take the time to watch out for each other.
- Integrity: We always do the right thing, even when no one is looking. We have the courage to challenge each other and accept feedback.
- Responsive: We understand that responsiveness is about consistently providing accurate and concise communication at the right time.
- Continuous Improvement: We strive to proactively find ways to improve and adapt ourselves, our processes and our customers.
- Community: We recognize that our success is only achieved by focusing on the impact we have on others.
Benefits Eligible: Optional
Location: Anchorage, Alaska
ASCI is currently seeking applicants to be considered for an Instrument & Controls Engineer role. This role is responsible to assist the Development Engineering Team in delivery of the project. The Instrument & Controls (I&C) Engineer will support design and installation of the instrument and controls systems for the Pikka project. The I&C Engineer will be closely involved in the performance monitoring of third-party contractors and suppliers of controls and instrumentations systems. The I&C Engineer will work closely with the wider project engineering team and the engineering contractors, providing technical oversight to ensure appropriate interface with other engineering systems and the project objectives. The I&C Engineer will ensure that design standards and specifications are adhered to and that all deliverables against project timelines are met. This role is vital to ensure the technical and execution aspects of the project receive the right engineering support required.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
The I&C Engineer collaborates closely with the Engineering Manager to ensure project success. The main duties of the role include:
- Oversee and lead the development of the design specifications for the I&C systems including securing third party contractors for all required systems and equipment to be purchased for the projects.
- The I&C Engineer will participate in executing functional safety activities including provision of expert level consultancy in ISO26262/IEC61508, technical planning, developing safety concepts, requirements and architecture, safety analyses at the system level (DFMEA, FTA etc.) and participate in process hazard analysis and safeguard protection analysis meeting sessions.
- The I&C Engineer is responsible for the development and integration of Functional Safety standards and industry common practices and lead the development of business unit Functional Safety training.
- Interface with EPC/EPF to ensure timely review of engineering documents.
- Provide oversight and guidance for contract instrumentation engineers.
- Provide ‘in-house’ engineering design, construction support, and startup assistance for the project.
- Participates in the development of operation, maintenance, and start-up philosophies.
- Reviews proposed changes to I&C equipment.
- Confirms compliance of I&C systems to specifications.
- Ensure all designs are safe to install and operate.
- Assisting with contractor performance management
- Provide guidance to contractors (e.g., regarding tradeoffs on design and cost, Owner preferences, etc.)
- Interface management with facility engineering contractors and system design contractors
- Assisting with response to technical queries (TQ’s/RFI’s)
Delivers a project safety culture and acts as an icon towards HSE excellence. e.g. takes personal role in leading project site safety audits.
Minimum Qualifications & Experience:
- A Bachelor’s or Master’s degree or equivalent in an appropriate field.
- Applicants must be eligible and authorized to work in the United States and must have their employment eligibility verified by a completed Form I-9.
- 10+ years of major international oil / gas projects in execution and delivery roles
- Demonstrated strong technical competency
- Ability to work within a diverse cultural environment
- Demonstrated interpersonal/teambuilding skills
- Strong written and oral communication skills
- Alaska experience preferred
- Anchorage, AK, USA