Instrument Technician

14 Jan 2019
11 Feb 2019
Contract Type

Instrument Technician


12 months

Job Purpose

To undertake routine instrument maintenance, the maintenance requirements will be routine inspections, overhauls and examinations. There will also be defects that are of varying priorities - this will necessitate an element of flexibility in work ethic and the candidate will be expected to assist the disciplines in general Mechanical and Electrical duties. Primary maintenance obligations relate to Rugby Compressor Station and the surrounding pipeline/AGI sites. From time to time, there will be a need for the successful candidate to work on other compressor sites within E3, and also on Pipeline/AGI sites further afield. Weekend working will be expected depending on requirements.

Experience Required

Industrial Instrument Maintenance exposure, preferably within the upstream Oil & Gas sector.

Proven experience undertaking corrective maintenance under break down situations.

An understanding of appropriate Company/Industry standards and instructions

Assessed as adept against STC framework, with detailed understanding of Safe Control of Operations documentation. Qualified Instrument Person time served if possible, must be skilled in Maintenance and calibration of Pressure, Temperature, level, speed, vibration equipment, general fault finding and good working knowledge of control systems, PLC fault finding and vibration equipment.

Qualifications Ideally ONC/BTEC/HNC or above in Instrumentation or electrical & electronic systems.

Hazardous area training (Compex) and PLC training

Qualifications Required

Educated to a minimum of ONC or equivalent preferred, however relevant experience will be considered.

Technical / Role Specific Competencies

Core knowledge of Control and Instrumentation equipment and values including:

1) Knowledge of Pressure, Temperature, level, speed, vibration equipment.

2) Knowledge of Control Systems and PLC.

3) Knowledge of Hazardous Area (Compex) equipment