An instrumentation engineer is responsible for designing, developing, installing, maintaining, and managing instruments and control systems used in various industries, such as Oil & Gas. They play a crucial role in ensuring the accurate and reliable measurement and control of processes and equipment.

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Engineering Analyst

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Job Responsibilitiesi. Data Analysis and Visualization: Collaborate with cross-functional teams to gather, clean, and analyze engineering data. Create interactive and insightful reports and dashboards using Power BI to provide actionable insights to stakeholders.ii. Full-Stack Development: Design, develop, and maintain end-to-end solutions and applications that integrate with engineering data systems. Build, test, and deploy scalable and secure applications using a variety of programming languages and technologies.iii. Data Integration: Integrate engineering data from various sources into a centralized system. Ensure data accuracy, consistency, and reliability.iv. Custom Solutions: Develop custom applications and tools to address specific engineering needs and challenges. Collaborate with engineers to identify opportunities for automation and optimization.v. Reporting: Prepare technical documentation, user manuals, and guides for developed applications. Provide regular updates and reports on project progress.vi. Collaboration and Support: Collaborate with engineering teams to understand their requirements and provide technical support. Stay updated with the latest technologies and best practices in data analysis and full-stack development Interface with site-based Project Teams and provide engineering and Data Analytical support.vii. Commercial and Technical Documentation Develop Strategies, Methodologies and Plans for Assurance and Scope Management Prepare Engineering Reports and Review Templates / Terms of References Develop Project Optimisation PlansWhat We Expect of You Bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering or related field. Proven experience in data analysis and visualization using Power BI or similar tools. Strong full-stack development skills, including proficiency in languages such as Python, JavaScript, SQL, etc. Experience with database management systems (e.g., SQL Server, MySQL, PostgreSQL). Familiarity with cloud platforms (e.g., AWS, Azure) is a plus. Familiarity with Networking and Excellent problem-solving and analytical skills. Strong communication and teamwork abilities. Detail-oriented with a commitment to data accuracy. Ability to manage multiple projects and meet deadlines. Client Facing and able to communicate upwards and downwards. Ability to work unsupervised and manage a small team. Proven Project Management Capabilities. Ability to develop Documentation such as Execution Strategies Proposals – Commercial and Technical Content Excellent interpersonal, networking, and communication skills Organized, meticulous, and has a good sense of time management. Proactive and problem-solving attitude Independent and a team player High interpersonal skill with positive attitude and mindsetWhat We Can Offer You: Excellent corporate culture Friendly and supportive team Working with multinational and multicultural team Fun working environment Career development and opportunity Open and transparent communicationIn Brunel, we have built a truly sustainable and durable business model: connecting specialists to exciting career opportunities, supporting the development of these careers, and offering fair and equal employment.

Project HSE Manager

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Job Purpose: The HSSE Manager is responsible for overseeing health, safety, security, and environmental initiatives within the organization. They ensure compliance with regulatory requirements, develop policies and procedures, and promote a culture of safety and awareness among employees. The role involves managing a team of HSSE professionals, conducting audits and inspections, and implementing programs to mitigate risks and improve overall workplace safety and environmental sustainability.Key Responsibilities:Develop HSSE Policies and Procedures:Create and update health, safety, security, and environmental policies in accordance with regulatory requirements and industry standards;Establish procedures for reporting incidents, conducting investigations, and implementing corrective actions.Risk Assessment and Management:Conduct regular risk assessments to identify potential hazards and risks in the workplace;Develop and implement risk management strategies to minimize incidents and injuries.Training and Awareness:Coordinate and conduct HSSE training programs for employees, contractors, and visitors;Promote awareness of HSSE policies and procedures through campaigns, workshops, and communication initiatives.Compliance and Regulatory Affairs:Ensure compliance with local, state, and federal regulations related to health, safety, security, and environment;Maintain records and documentation required by regulatory agencies and participate in audits and inspections.Incident Investigation and Reporting:Investigate accidents, near misses, and incidents to determine root causes and recommend preventive measures;Prepare and submit incident reports as required by regulatory agencies and senior management.Emergency Preparedness:Develop and implement emergency response plans and procedures;Conduct drills and exercises to test the effectiveness of emergency preparedness measures.Continuous Improvement:Monitor HSSE performance metrics and implement initiatives to improve safety, security, and environmental sustainability;Analyze data trends to identify areas for improvement and develop action plans accordingly.Stakeholder Engagement:Collaborate with internal stakeholders, including operations, human resources, and legal departments, to ensure alignment on HSSE objectives and initiatives;Build relationships with external stakeholders, such as regulatory agencies, industry associations, and community groups.

Telecom Technician

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Job Description:The Telecom Technician is responsible for mechanical completion, pre-commissioning, and commissioning activities.To successfully complete these activities according to the project plan and schedule, the Telecom Technician should: Understand roles, responsibilities, and compliance requirements. Follow the project completion execution plan and the Notification of Energization (NOE) Flow Chart. Interpret system drawings and follow the Walk Down procedure. Submit a daily report for transparency with the Discipline Lead Technician. Attend daily toolbox talks for task briefings. Perform mechanical completion (‘A’ Scope ITRs) in collaboration with the construction team, adhering to project drawings and specifications. Execute pre-commissioning activities (‘B’ Scope ITRs) as per vendor documentation and specifications. Support Operation Test Procedures (OTP) under supervision. Use specific tools and test equipment safely and with quality assurance. Assist field service vendors in system commissioning.Requirements Technical diploma in Electronics, Communication, Automation, Instrumentation & Control, or Electrical disciplines, or equivalent. Minimum 4 years of construction or commissioning experience in FPSO offshore projects and systems. Knowledgeable in Telecom Systems (PAGA, LAN, TV, Telephones, Radio, Radar, GPS, etc.) and installation/testing of communication cables (Ethernet, Fibre Optic, Antenna feeders). Proficient in installation, pre-commissioning, and commissioning of Telecom devices. Experienced in installation of indoor and outdoor telecom equipment, loop checking, and testing of telecom systems. Able to interpret engineering documents including datasheets, schematics, block diagrams, and loop drawings.Registration No. :R1871121EA License No.: 16S8067Reza Johannes

Mechanical Technician Topsides

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The Mechanical Technician performs mechanical completion, pre-commissioning andcommissioning activities.In order to complete Mechanical Completion, Pre-commissioning and Commissioning activities in accordance with the project completion plan and schedule, he should: Understand his roles and responsibilities and to be compliant with. Understand the project completion execution plan from the Discipline Lead Technician. Understand Notification of Energization (NOE) Flow Chart. Understand System Drawings and Walk Down procedure; Complete a Daily Report to ensure clear visibility to the Discipline Lead Technician. Attend the Daily Discipline Tool Box Talk to understand the daily activities; Perform the Mechanical Completion Activities (‘A’ Scope ITRs) in close cooperation with the construction team in compliance with the project drawings and specifications. Perform the Pre-commissioning Activities (‘B’ Scope ITRs) in compliance with the vendordocumentations and specifications. Support the Operation Test Procedure (OTP) under the supervision of the discipline LeadTechnician. Utilize specific tools and test equipment for the system commissioning in safety and withquality. Assist field service vendor to conduct the system commissioning Comply with the HSSE requirements of the site. Ensure the safety and security of project personnel. Assess job related hazards during the development of safe working procedures and pursueopportunities to eliminate exposure. Attend the specified HSSE training and ensure direct reports are trained. Know how HSSE risks are managed and ensure that the HSSE controls for the activities/tasks are communicated. Supervise the safe execution of work and the implementation of controls. Communicate and practice in emergency response. Engage with team members and contractor staff on HSSE in meetings, pre-job briefings, during toolbox talks and attend key HSSE events. Communicate a consistent safety message, resolve unsafe situations, engage and intervene on unsafe behaviour and reward good safety behaviour. Liaise with HSSE department for support.Requirement: Technical College diploma in Mechanical discipline or equivalent A minimum of 4 years’ construction or commissioning experiences in Oil & Gas Industry;especially for Offshore products and systems. Preferably gained within FPSO experience will be a strong selection criteria. Completions Tools (ECOM) including documentations PTW and JSA

Electrician Topsides - Level 2 Technician

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ROLE PURPOSEThe Electrical Technician performs mechanical completion, pre-commissioning, and commissioning activities.ROLE CONTRIBUTIONTo complete Mechanical Completion, Pre-commissioning, and Commissioning activities in accordance with the project completion plan and schedule, the Electrical Technician should: Understand their roles and responsibilities and ensure compliance. Comprehend the project completion execution plan from the Discipline Lead Technician. Familiarize with the Notification of Energization (NOE) Flow Chart. Fully understand System Drawings and Walk Down procedures. Complete a Daily Report to provide clear visibility to the Discipline Lead Technician. Attend the Daily Discipline Toolbox Talk to understand daily activities. Perform Mechanical Completion Activities (‘A’ Scope ITRs) in close cooperation with the construction team, ensuring compliance with project drawings and specifications. Conduct Pre-commissioning Activities (‘B’ Scope ITRs) in line with vendor documentation and specifications. Support the Operation Test Procedure (OTP) under the supervision of the Discipline Lead Technician. Perform commissioning of electrical systems and equipment, carrying out fault-finding and repair activities as required, in full compliance with the Company Permit-to-Work system and the Company Electrical Group Safety Rules. Attend the Daily Discipline Toolbox Talk to eliminate any hazards and negative environmental impacts. Maintain and develop an open communication link with other discipline teams. Ensure full compliance with the Company Group Electrical Safety Rules and/or local Yard Safety Regulations. Utilize specific tools and test equipment for system commissioning in a safe, competent, and correct manner. Maintain control and monitor the continued good condition and validity of company tools and test equipment. Assist field service vendors in conducting system commissioning.EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE & CERTIFICATIONEducation: Technical College diploma in Electrical discipline or equivalentExperience: Minimum of 4 years’ construction or commissioning experience in the Oil & Gas Industry, especially for Offshore products and systems. Experience with FPSO is strongly preferred. Proficient with Completions Tools (ECOM) and documentation Knowledgeable in PTW and JSA Competency in Ex Qualification such as CompEx, IECEx COPC, or equivalent training and experience Valid Sea Survival OPITO certificate BOSIET/HUET is an advantageDISCIPLINE SKILLSShould possess knowledge of and preferably experience in: Commissioning tests for power distribution such as HV/LV switchboards, HV/LV transformers, Gas Turbine Generators, Diesel Generators, lighting and small power systems, heater tracing systems, and UPS systems. In-depth knowledge of Electrical systems and control wiring, and associated protection systems Knowledge and experience of electrical safety rules and procedures Ability to switch and operate safely medium voltage and low voltage circuits, and issue permits to work identifying isolation points and location of earths Conceptual understanding of commissioning for Oil & Gas offshore electrical equipmentBrunel International S.E.A Pte. LtdUEN No: 199603098REA License No: 16S8067Reza Johannes: R1657042

Lead Mechanical Technician Topsides

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The Lead Mechanical Technician Topsides performs mechanical completion, pre-commissioning andcommissioning activities.In order to complete Mechanical Completion, Pre-commissioning and Commissioning activities in accordance with the project completion plan and schedule, he should: Understand his roles and responsibilities and to be compliant with. Understand the project completion execution plan from the Discipline Lead Technician. Understand Notification of Energization (NOE) Flow Chart. Understand System Drawings and Walk Down procedure; Complete a Daily Report to ensure clear visibility to the Discipline Lead Technician. Attend the Daily Discipline Tool Box Talk to understand the daily activities; Perform the Mechanical Completion Activities (‘A’ Scope ITRs) in close cooperation with the construction team in compliance with the project drawings and specifications. Perform the Pre-commissioning Activities (‘B’ Scope ITRs) in compliance with the vendordocumentations and specifications. Support the Operation Test Procedure (OTP) under the supervision of the discipline LeadTechnician. Utilize specific tools and test equipment for the system commissioning in safety and withquality. Assist field service vendor to conduct the system commissioning Comply with the HSSE requirements of the site. Ensure the safety and security of project personnel. Assess job related hazards during the development of safe working procedures and pursueopportunities to eliminate exposure. Attend the specified HSSE training and ensure direct reports are trained. Know how HSSE risks are managed and ensure that the HSSE controls for the activities/tasks are communicated. Supervise the safe execution of work and the implementation of controls. Communicate and practice in emergency response. Engage with team members and contractor staff on HSSE in meetings, pre-job briefings, during toolbox talks and attend key HSSE events. Communicate a consistent safety message, resolve unsafe situations, engage and intervene on unsafe behaviour and reward good safety behaviour. Liaise with HSSE department for support.Requirement: Technical College diploma in Mechanical discipline or equivalent A minimum of 15 years’ construction or commissioning experiences in Oil & Gas Industry;especially for Offshore products and systems. Preferably gained within FPSO experience will be a strong selection criteria. Completions Tools (ECOM) including documentations PTW and JSA

Senior Mechanical Technician Topsides

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The Senior Mechanical Technician Topsides performs mechanical completion, pre-commissioning andcommissioning activities.In order to complete Mechanical Completion, Pre-commissioning and Commissioning activities in accordance with the project completion plan and schedule, he should: Understand his roles and responsibilities and to be compliant with. Understand the project completion execution plan from the Discipline Lead Technician. Understand Notification of Energization (NOE) Flow Chart. Understand System Drawings and Walk Down procedure; Complete a Daily Report to ensure clear visibility to the Discipline Lead Technician. Attend the Daily Discipline Tool Box Talk to understand the daily activities; Perform the Mechanical Completion Activities (‘A’ Scope ITRs) in close cooperation with the construction team in compliance with the project drawings and specifications. Perform the Pre-commissioning Activities (‘B’ Scope ITRs) in compliance with the vendordocumentations and specifications. Support the Operation Test Procedure (OTP) under the supervision of the discipline LeadTechnician. Utilize specific tools and test equipment for the system commissioning in safety and withquality. Assist field service vendor to conduct the system commissioning Comply with the HSSE requirements of the site. Ensure the safety and security of project personnel. Assess job related hazards during the development of safe working procedures and pursueopportunities to eliminate exposure. Attend the specified HSSE training and ensure direct reports are trained. Know how HSSE risks are managed and ensure that the HSSE controls for the activities/tasks are communicated. Supervise the safe execution of work and the implementation of controls. Communicate and practice in emergency response. Engage with team members and contractor staff on HSSE in meetings, pre-job briefings, during toolbox talks and attend key HSSE events. Communicate a consistent safety message, resolve unsafe situations, engage and intervene on unsafe behaviour and reward good safety behaviour. Liaise with HSSE department for support.Requirement: Technical College diploma in Mechanical discipline or equivalent A minimum of 10 years’ construction or commissioning experiences in Oil & Gas Industry;especially for Offshore products and systems. Preferably gained within FPSO experience will be a strong selection criteria. Completions Tools (ECOM) including documentations PTW and JSA

Instrument / Fire & Gas Technician

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ROLE PURPOSEThe Instrument/Fire & Gas Technician performs mechanical completion, pre-commissioning, and commissioning activities.ROLE CONTRIBUTION To complete Mechanical Completion, Pre-commissioning, and Commissioning activities in accordance with the project completion plan and schedule, the Instrument/Fire & Gas Technician should: Understand their roles and responsibilities and ensure compliance. Comprehend the project completion execution plan from the Discipline Lead Technician. Familiarize with the Notification of Energization (NOE) Flow Chart. Fully understand System Drawings and Walk Down procedures. Complete a Daily Report to provide clear visibility to the Discipline Lead Technician. Attend the Daily Discipline Toolbox Talk to understand daily activities. Perform Mechanical Completion Activities (‘A’ Scope ITRs) in close cooperation with the construction team, ensuring compliance with project drawings and specifications. Conduct Pre-commissioning Activities (‘B’ Scope ITRs) in line with vendor documentation and specifications. Support the Operation Test Procedure (OTP) under the supervision of the Discipline Lead Technician. Utilize specific tools and test equipment for system commissioning safely and with quality. Assist field service vendors in conducting system commissioning.EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE & CERTIFICATIONEducation: Technical College diploma in Automation, Instrumentation & Control, or Electrical disciplines, or equivalent.Experience: Minimum of 4 years' construction or commissioning experience in the Oil & Gas Industry, especially for Offshore products and systems. Experience with FPSO is strongly preferred. Proficient with Completions Tools (ECOM) and documentation. Knowledgeable in PTW and JSA. Competency in Ex Qualification such as CompEx, IECEx COPC, or equivalent training and experience. Valid Sea Survival OPITO certificate BOSIET/HUET is an advantage.Discipline Skills: Assisting the yard team with Instrumentation installation and performing Pre-Commissioning/Commissioning for Instruments on Topsides, Vessels, and various packages. Knowledge of control systems including ICSS and PLC systems. Experience with Siemens PCS7 DCS and Siemens loop wiring is a strong advantage. Proficient in fault-finding and repairing instrumentation/electronic systems and equipment in control panels and in the field. Skilled in installation, calibration, testing, and troubleshooting for all types of Field instrumentation including Temperature, Flow, Level, and Pressure Transmitters, Analyzers, and condition monitoring sensors for rotating equipment. Experienced in Installation, Pre-commissioning, and Commissioning of Fire and Gas detection systems and associated detectors and executive action means (Fire and Heat Detectors, open path flammable and toxic gas detectors, SDV, ESDV, BDV, etc.). Skilled in installation, calibration, testing, and troubleshooting for all types of valves, especially control valves (pneumatic, hydraulic, or electrical) and various types of actuators and positioners. Proficient in Instrumentation cold and hot loop checking activities. Experienced in interpreting all engineering documents including Instrumentation Datasheets, P&IDs, Cause & Effect Diagrams, Loop Drawings, etc. Experienced in using test equipment including pressure calibrators, HART Communicators, Multimeters, etc. Familiar with the concept of Commissioning Systems and the representation of the same using Limits of System Hanover Documents.Brunel International S.E.A Pte. LtdUEN No: 199603098REA License No: 16S8067Reza Johannes: R1657042

Electrician Topsides – Senior Technician

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ROLE PURPOSEThe Senior Electrical Technician conducts mechanical completion, pre-commissioning, and commissioning activities, and supervises the Discipline Technicians.ROLE CONTRIBUTIONTo complete Mechanical Completion, Pre-commissioning, and Commissioning activities in accordance with the project completion plan and schedule, the Electrical Senior Technician should: Understand their roles and responsibilities and ensure compliance. Comprehend the project completion execution plan from the Discipline Superintendent. Familiarize with the Notification of Energization (NOE) Flow Chart. Fully understand System Drawings and Walk Down procedures. Complete a Daily Report to provide clear visibility to the Discipline Superintendent. Attend the Daily Discipline Toolbox Talk to eliminate any hazards and negative environmental impacts. Prepare PTW, JSA (Job Safety Analysis), and TRA (Task Risk Assessment) as applicable in GEMS. Perform Mechanical Completion Activities (‘A’ Scope ITRs) in close cooperation with the construction team, ensuring compliance with project drawings and specifications. Conduct Pre-commissioning Activities (‘B’ Scope ITRs) in line with vendor documentation and specifications. Prepare and perform the Operation Test Procedure (OTP) under the supervision of the Discipline Superintendent. Supervise Discipline Technicians to ensure they are familiar with project requirements and Company Electrical Group Safety Rules. Demonstrate consistent Pre-Commissioning Progress. Perform commissioning of electrical systems and equipment, carrying out fault-finding and repair activities as required, in full compliance with the Company Permit-to-Work system and the Company Electrical Group Safety Rules. Ensure full compliance with the Company Group Electrical Safety Rules and/or local Yard Safety Regulations. Control/conduct Electrical Isolations in strict adherence with the Company Group Electrical Safety Rules. Achieve As-Built status of documentation by conducting and maintaining Red-line mark-up drawings for electrical systems. Ensure only the latest revision drawings are used and old revisions are clearly marked ‘superseded’ or ‘discarded’. Carry out the inspection, testing, and fault-finding of Electrical Equipment Hazardous Areas. Ensure Hazardous Area/EX knowledge is fluent and current, in alignment with company and IEC-60079 regulations. Utilize specific tools and test equipment for system commissioning in a safe, competent, and correct manner. Maintain control and monitor the continued good condition and validity of company tools and test equipment. Assist field service vendors in conducting system commissioning.This role is vital to ensuring that electrical systems and equipment are in a safe condition and meet safety and technical standards.EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE & CERTIFICATIONEducation: Technical College diploma in Electrical discipline or equivalent.Experience: Minimum of 6 years’ experience in construction or commissioning of Offshore products and systems. Experience with FPSO is strongly preferred. Proficient with Completions Tools (ECOM) and documentation. Knowledgeable in PTW and JSA. Competency in Ex Qualification such as CompEx, IECEx COPC, or equivalent training and significant experience. Valid Sea Survival OPITO certificate BOSIET/HUET is an advantage.DISCIPLINE SKILLSShould possess knowledge of and preferably experience in: Commissioning tests for power distribution such as HV/LV switchboards, HV/LV transformers, Gas Turbine Generators, Diesel Generators, lighting and small power systems, heater tracing systems, and UPS systems. In-depth knowledge of Electrical systems and control wiring, and associated protection systems. Knowledge and experience of electrical safety rules and procedures. Ability to switch and operate safely medium voltage and low voltage circuits, and issue permits to work identifying isolation points and location of earths. Conceptual understanding of commissioning for Oil & Gas offshore electrical equipment.Brunel International S.E.A Pte. LtdUEN No: 199603098REA License No: 16S8067Shinu Alexander: R1657042

Electrician Topsides – Lead Technician

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ROLE PURPOSEThe Electrical Lead Technician conducts the mechanical completion, pre-commissioning, and supervises the Discipline Technicians.ROLE CONTRIBUTIONTo successfully complete Mechanical Completion, Pre-commissioning, and Commissioning activities according to the project completion plan and schedule, the Electrical Lead Technician should: Understand their roles and responsibilities and ensure compliance. Comprehend the project completion execution plan from the Discipline Superintendent. Familiarize with the Notification of Energization (NOE) Flow Chart. Fully understand System Drawings and Walk Down procedures. Complete a Daily Report to provide clear visibility to the Discipline Superintendent. Attend the Daily Discipline Toolbox Talk to address any hazards and environmental impacts. Prepare PTW, JSA (Job Safety Analysis), and TRA (Task Risk Assessment) as applicable in GEMS. Perform Mechanical Completion Activities (‘A’ Scope ITRs) in close cooperation with the construction team, ensuring compliance with project drawings and specifications. Conduct Pre-commissioning Activities (‘B’ Scope ITRs) in line with vendor documentation and specifications. Prepare and perform the Operation Test Procedure (OTP) under the supervision of the Discipline Superintendent. Supervise Discipline Technicians to ensure they are familiar with project requirements and safety rules. Demonstrate consistent Pre-Commissioning Progress. Utilize specific tools and test equipment for system commissioning safely and with quality. Assist field service vendors in conducting system commissioning. Monitor vendor work scope and activities.This role is essential for ensuring that Electrical systems and equipment are in safe condition and meet safety and technical standards.EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE & CERTIFICATIONEducation: Technical College diploma in Electrical disciplines or equivalent.Experience: Minimum of 8 years’ experience in construction or commissioning in Offshore products and systems. Experience with FPSO is strongly preferred. Proficient with Completions Tools (ECOM) and documentation. Knowledgeable in PTW and JSA. Competency in Ex Qualification such as CompEx, IECEx COPC, or equivalent training and significant experience. Valid Sea Survival OPITO certificate BOSIET/HUET is an advantage.Discipline Skills: Experience assisting the yard team with Electrical installation and performing Pre-Commissioning / Commissioning for Electrical Equipment on Topsides, Vessels, and various packages. Proficient in fault-finding and repairing electronic systems and equipment in the field. Skilled in installation, calibration, testing, and troubleshooting for all types of Field Electrical Equipment including Experienced in installation, calibration, testing, and troubleshooting for all types Electrical EquipmentBrunel International S.E.A Pte. LtdUEN No: 199603098REA License No: 16S8067Shinu Alexander: R1657042

Instrumentation engineer job role

As an instrumentation engineer, your main role is to design and develop instruments and control systems for industrial processes. You will be responsible for installing and commissioning these systems, as well as testing and troubleshooting them to ensure optimal performance. Instrumentation engineers can work full-time for multiple firms, helping them achieve their goals, or they may work as freelancers, assisting various clients in need of their expertise. Instrumentation engineers can be employed by equipment manufacturers or by companies that use the equipment, such as nuclear and renewable energy companies and environmental agencies.

Instrumentation engineer responsibilities

Instrumentation engineers have diverse tasks depending on the organisation they work for and their qualifications. In a manufacturing organisation, an instrumentation engineer may be responsible for designing and maintaining production equipment and machinery. Alternatively, they may be involved in creating biomedical devices or contributing to aerospace projects in another company. 

 

As an instrumentation engineer, you generally will have several key responsibilities:

 

  • Design and select appropriate instruments and control systems for specific applications.
  • Program and configure instruments and control systems to meet the requirements of industrial processes.
  • Conduct site surveys and assessments to identify instrumentation and control system needs.
  • Develop and implement maintenance schedules for instruments and control systems.
  • Collaborate with project teams to successfully integrate instrumentation and control systems.
  • Provide technical support and guidance to team members and stakeholders.
  • Stay up to date with the latest advancements in instrumentation and control systems technology.

Instrumentation engineer qualifications

To become an instrumentation engineer, the following qualifications are typically required:

 

  • A bachelor's degree in Electrical or Instrumentation Engineering, or a related field.
  • Professional certification or licence may be required depending on the country and industry.
  • Strong knowledge of instrumentation and control systems, including sensors, transmitters, PLCs, and SCADA systems.
  • Familiarity with relevant industry standards and regulations.
  • Proficiency in programming languages and software used in instrumentation and control systems.

Instrumentation engineer skills

As an instrumentation engineer, you should possess the following skills:

 

  • Technical expertise in designing and implementing instrumentation and control systems.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving abilities.
  • Understanding of operational processes of organisations.
  • Attention to detail and accuracy.
  • Collaboration skills to work independently and in a team environment.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Proficiency in programming languages and software used in instrumentation and control systems.
  • Strong knowledge of safety protocols and practices.
  • Continuous learning and adaptation to new technologies and industry trends.

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