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TPE III / Instrument Engineer (08cbc60d57bc)

Architecture and Engineering

Engineer

Yearly

No

Egypt

Overview / Responsibilities Wood is recruiting an Instrument - Technical Professional Engineering II to further increase the capacity and knowledge base of the well - established Instrument Engineering department. This will give you the opportunity to work on a wide range of Wood projects Produces basic engineering deliverables such as philosophies, reports, specifications, data sheets, technical requisitions and others Performs a variety of conventional engineering tasks in line with company practices, procedures and programs Solves problems using a variety of standard methods, applying standard techniques involving only minor innovations of methodology to provide solutions to problems with a limited number of variables Participates with drafters, technicians, and others to contribute to project completion Coordinates work with other engineers and operating groups to facilitate participation of various organizational units Performs tests, researches problems through various sources of technical information Designs or modifies components and determines the intent of a specification / instruction Makes recommendations on the acceptability of materials supplied and work completed by contractors Responsible for studies of limited scope requiring application of prescribed methods Problems involves existing technology and applications, but may involve non - recurring problems Demonstrates judgement in determining the methods to apply to assigned tasks. Role Profile This document is uncontrolled once printed Makes limited changes to meet location conditions, new situations or to improve safety, economy, efficiency or applicability Note - taking and active participation in design reviews Review vendor documents under supervision and guidance Establish and maintain effective working relationships and communicate across the project / contract interfaces Engage with inter - discipline community and promote discipline including: networking / knowledge sharing Builds internal relationships with others outside of own work group or team, particularly with internal customer Consults with other local and divisional sources as required Begins to initiate information exchanges: participates as a team member and communicates information to appropriate parties at the appropriate time Skills / Qualifications Degree in Instrument Engineering or equivelant with minimum 5 Yrs experience in executing Oil & Gas projects Experience of SPI 2016 would be an advantage along with previous experience on Saudi Aramco or SABIC Projects Ability to create functional and cost effective designs that meet specification and requirements with supervision Some capability for conceptualizing designs Proficient in use of design software and Database systems related to Engineering functions within their discipline Ability to comprehend and interpret technical information applicable to their discipline Able to apply academic theory in a practical context Awareness of standards, processes and procedures and how they are used in work execution Developing level of knowledge of regulatory framework and associated legislation Developing level of competence in own discipline in the execution of assigned tasks Developing level of knowledge of industry and technology development within discipline area Working knowledge of specific procedures and applications Company Overview Wood is a global leader in engineering and consultancy across energy and the built environment, helping to unlock solutions to some of the world's most critical challenges. We provide consulting, projects and operations solutions in more than 60 countries, employing around 45,000 people. [Register to View] Diversity Statement We are an equal opportunity employer that recognises the value of a diverse workforce. All suitably qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment on the basis of objective criteria and without regard to the following (which is a non-exhaustive list): race, colour, age, religion, gender, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status, or other characteristics in accordance with the relevant governing laws.