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  • Chemistry - Petrochemistry
  • Job type: full-time
    Job level: 1 - 5 years of experience
  • Updated at: 11.08.2016

    - Education: Bachelor or Master degree in Engineering (Instrument, Control, or Electrical)
    - More than 5 years’ experience of instrument design in the oil & gas industry
    - ATEX norms (advanced)
    - ISO, ISA and IEC norms for E&I (advanced)
    - IT: instrumentation tools (SmartPlant Instrumentation or equivalent) (advanced), AutoCAD (basic skills), MS Office tools (advanced)
    - English (oral & written: advanced). French language would be appreciated.
    - Positive and pro-active attitude
    - Capacity to explain and convince
    - Respect of budgets and deadlines


    - Instrumentation and valves specification/requisition writing and technical bid evaluation,
    - Instrumentation specification for packages: burners, fans, sootblowers
    - Analyzer specification/requisition writing and technical bid evaluation,
    - Instrument and valve calculation sheet validation,
    - Instrumentation interfaces with other disciplines : piping, heater, process, etc.,
    - Follow up of the planning for the E&I deliverables and activities,
    - Vendor documents review,
    - Vendor databook validation,
    - Instrumentation and valve factory inspection,
    - Verification of the PID for instrumentation part,
    - Level studies,
    - 3D model review,
    - System studies (Basic logic diagrams, Cause and effect charts, Start-up sequence diagrams).
    - You will check the engineering documents issued by E&I installation designer/ engineer such as :
    o Instrument and I/O list
    o Consumer list,
    o Interconnection diagrams,
    o Instrumentation and electricity layout drawings,
    o Cable routing design,
    o Cable list,
    o Cable section calculation,
    o Junction box and local panels drawings,
    o Hook-ups,
    o Earthing principle,
    o Lighting calculation and lighting schematic diagrams,
    o Trouble shooting loop diagrams.