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Instrument Engineer

Instrument Engineer (894413) Wimbledon, England

Salary: Competitive

The Role:

As an ambitious Developing Engineer you'll have good understanding and knowledge of field Instrumentation and ICSS engineering, and associated international standards.

You will produce designs that are safe, functional, economical, and in accordance with the specified project requirements with particular experience in greenfield and brownfield engineering of onshore and offshore O&G facilities.  You'll be capable of working individually on a small project/study or as part of a larger project team

Scope of Responsibilities:

  • Preparation of procedures, specifications, and design criteria
  • Preparation/input to study reports
  • Preparation or review of project deliverables and associated calculations ensuring the safety and technical accuracy
  • Detailed knowledge of hazardous area design.
  • Assess and integrate instrumentation and/or ICSS’s for new platform integration with legacy brownfield systems
  • Project interdisciplinary support (eg HAZOP, SIL, LOPA)
  • Ensure work meets the requirements of statutory requirements, project specifications and design guidelines requirements
  • Prepare requisition documents, undertake technical evaluations, and make recommendations for award
  • Vendor package management
  • Vendor document review including support to other disciplines eg Mechanical
  • Assistance (where required) with expediting, inspection and testing
  • Support projects with preparation of schedules and other controlling documents

Safety and Environmental Related Tasks

Safety, Health, Environment and Quality

  • Responsible for SHEQ activities
  • Leading by example to maintain a strong SHEQ culture through visible safety leadership
  • Ensure the implementation of adequate Health, Safety and Environmental work practices, procedures and methods to meet all statutory requirements and the Company SHEQ Management System.

Competencies & Soft Skills:

Instrument engineer, with experience as an instrumentation engineer in the oil and gas industry for offshore and onshore projects. Candidates should have:

  • Team player and self-starter
  • Ability to work under own initiative with a ‘can do’ attitude
  • Detail conscientious
  • Ability to multi-task
  • Ability to lead small project teams
  • Clear and concise technical writing skills
  • Excellent verbal communication skills
  • Strong work ethic
  • Commercial awareness
  • Confident and outgoing individual
  • Strong IT literacy
  • Flexible to travel in UK and Overseas
  • Leadership experience is beneficial


Candidates must be degree qualified and progressing to Chartered Engineer, registered with the Engineering Council or equivalent

Your Application

We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your interest in this vacancy. Your application will be carefully considered during the initial screening process. Unfortunately, due to the high volumes of applicants we are unable to personally respond to everyone that applies but we will contact you if you are selected to progress in the recruitment process

DORIS GROUP is an equal opportunities employer

To comply with immigration legislation, DORIS GROUP is legally required to verify your right to work in the UK

Candidates requiring sponsorship to work in the UK will be considered alongside other applicants. Appointments will be based upon DORIS GROUP being able to provide evidence that there are no other suitable candidates for this vacancy within the EU/EEA or the role is listed on The Shortage Occupation List