Controls and Instrumentation Engineer- GPP

  • Plot 5a, Pinnock Beach Estate, Jakande - Lekki, Lagos, Nigeria
  • Contract

Company Description

Our Client is an independent oil and gas operator with head office in Lagos and field operations in Delta and Rivers state respectively is currently looking for Controls and Instrumentation Engineer in Delta

Job Description

Work safely and ensure appropriate safe guards are in place to mitigate hazards and prevent incidents

Act as Controls and Instrumentation Engineer lead in directing and interfacing with other I&C engineers as required

Design, develop and test new control systems as well as maintaining and modifying existing systems

Provide programming development, testing and support for expert control systems (ECS), programmable logic controllers (PLC), human machine interfaces (HMI) and process networks

Work collaboratively with design engineers, plant engineers, IS and other internal staff

Participate in the development, implementation and compliance of plant process network standards Liaison with consultants, contractors and suppliers

Engage appropriate support to ensure compliance with relevant health, safety and environmental regulations and quality standards

Purchase equipment specific to instrumentation, control and network systems

Analyze data and present findings in clear written reports

Learn plant operations and existing systems (control, network, data management, etc.)

Calibrate instrumentation, tune control loops and optimize advanced controls and expert control systems

Able to work irregular hours or be on-call occasionally to support project implementation to deal with faults which occur at the plant operations.

Qualifications

B.Engr. in Electrical engineering or other engineering curriculum with controls and instrumentation experience

15 years’ experience in Gas Processing Plant or equivalent industry

Demonstrated skills in specific control disciplines such as:

advanced process control (APC)

multiple-input & multiple-output (MIMO) with model predictive control (MPC)

distributed control systems (DCS)

programmable logic controllers (PLC)

supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA)

Frequent travel (up to 50% plus)

Creative problem-solving and troubleshooting skills

Excellent critical thinking skills

Good communication and interpersonal skills

Strong team working skills, with an ability to motivate and engage others

Flexibility and an ability to compromise

Willingness to accept responsibility and make decisions

High level of attention to detail

Understanding of and ability to work with high-level computer technology

Additional Information

Salary and Benefits 

• Pay/benefits are competitive based on industry standards