#A Senior Instrument Engineer, Asker

Job Description
Planned start date: ASAP Planned end date: 31.12.25
Location: Asker
NORSOK-experience is required

Job Responsibilities  

We are looking for a senior instrument engineer to work in a large, unmanned EPC greenfield oil&gas offshore project. The right candidate will join a major new build project and will have the opportunity to develop his/her skills within metering systems and package follow-up in a large international project-working environment.

Typical tasks include:

Design, coordination and follow up of instrumentation packages and systems Technical responsible (PRE) for Control- , Choke- & Anti-surge Valves packages Follow up Instrument vendors and vendors technical documentation Ensure that vendor information required for progress of the work is identified and communicated to the project. FAT and vendor survey Perform and complete engineering documents and data registers Interface to other disciplines and suppliers

Required Education:  

Education Bachelor degree Ex course FSE course

Required Work Experience:  

Minimum 6 years’ experience from field instrumentation and Control- , Choke- & Anti-surge valves in greenfield offshore oil and gas or offshore wind projects Minimum 4 years’ Experience with PRE activities and responsibilities from greenfield projects Extensive knowledge of instrumentation design according to relevant standards such as NORSOK, ATEX, PTIL, ISO and IEC Required Qualifications: Efficient communicator, who communicate well in English – Both orally and in writing Cooperative working attitude and acceptance for multicultural team environment Ability to work independently as well as in team Systematic and accurate, with high loyalty to deadline and quality requirements Proactive, seeking advice and share own experiences with others Innovative approach, eager to improve methodology and solutions through digital tools  

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Normal working hours are from 08-16 (flexible, with coretime between 09 – 15), Monday to Friday, a total of 37,5 hours a week. Deviations beyond this must be specified.  
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