The Bergaila Companies

  • Instrument Engineer

    Posted Date 24 hours ago(8/22/2019 5:06 PM)
    Job ID
    2019-5998
    Location : City
    Anchorage
    Location : State/Province
    AK
  • Overview

    We are currently looking for an Instrument Engineer for a prominent international Operator in Anchorage, Alaska. Our client is the 4th largest exploration and production company worldwide, with operations in more than 30 countries and assets of $160 billion.

    Responsibilities

    The Instrument Engineer will be responsible for:

     

    - Providing instrumentation and controls engineering support to all phases of project design, execution, installation, commissioning and operation.
    - Maintaining and applying company instrumentation design criteria and specifications as well as industry recognized standards.
    - Reviewing Engineering drawings and instructions to ensure compliance with applicable requirements.
    - Developing and executing test plans for instrumentation installation, document calibrations, system configurations, and data acquisition equipment.
    - Troubleshooting and diagnosing instrumentation related issues including electrical, mechanical, and computer controlled systems.
    - Assisting in factory acceptance testing and field inspections.
    - Supporting supply chain in instrumentation systems and equipment procurement activities.

    Qualifications

    - Senior level, typically 7-10 years of experience.

    - Bachelors’ Degree in Engineering

    - Understands advanced aspects of discipline and is viewed as an expert in a given field.
    - Applies broad range of competencies to develop solutions to complex problems.

    - Knowledge of ISA S84

    - Knowledge of IEEE, ISA, UL, NEMA, and ANSI standards

    - Knowledge of NFPA72

    - Fire and Gas System design

    - Experience with Process Safety Management, Layer of Protection Analysis (LOPA), Hazop, etc.

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