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Engineer III, Technical Job

Work Location:  KSA > Jubail

      An exciting opportunity is available for Engineer III, Technical Located in Jubail, KSA

Job Purpose

                  Instrumentation reliability engineer is responsible for guiding efforts to ensure reliability and maintainability of Instrument assets. The Engineer champions the implementation of reliability best practices and evaluates new technology and new ideas to continuously improve reliability of the plant’s instrumentation and control systems.

     Role responsibilities:

  • Develop engineering solutions for chronic and sporadic equipment reliability problems and work with engineering, operation and maintenance to implement solutions
  • Provide authority technical expertise and lead the troubleshooting activity whenever called upon to resolve complex problems and issues related to Instrumentation assets.
  • Provides technical Support for troubleshooting of PLC’s & third party controllers like.
  • PLC’s (SIEMENS, ALLEN BRADLEY, TRICONEX)
  • Vibration monitoring system (Bently Nevada)
  • Turbine governor control system (Woodward, Triconex)
  • Compressor controls (CCC).
  • Owns Instrument bad actor management process, carryout analysis and take appropriate action to eliminate recurring failures.
  • Lead and develop the Instrumentation assets maintenance strategy.
  • Coordinate & Support maintenance team for creation of Instrument maintenance procedure.
  • Provides technical Support for Instrumentation activities during TAM preparation and execution.
  • Develop, monitor & present KPI’s for Instrument asset’s & prepare monthly reports
  • Lead or participate in RCA (Root Cause Analysis) study and failure investigations related to instrumentation assets.
  • Participates in reliability methodologies like RCM FMEA as a Subject matter expertise for Instrumentation assets.
  • Lead the Safety Instrumented System analysis projects.
  • Interacts with multidiscipline for maintaining the Safety Instrumented System life cycle.
  • Participate and support in development & evaluation of Management of Change related to Instrumentation assets.
  • Recognize and clearly define opportunities for cost effective and sustainable engineering improvements and provide technical evaluation including alternative solutions.
  • Participates in the final check-out of new installations. This includes FAT and site acceptance testing that will assure adherence to functional specifications.
  • Conducts all activities in a safe and efficient manner in accordance with the company’s policies and procedures.

Qualification and Requirements:

  • Minimum Degree BSC in Instrumentation Engineering.
  • Minimum 5 year experience.


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