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Principal Instrumentation Engineer

  • WA, AU
  • November 3, 2022
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Our engineering consulting client is seeking Senior or Lead or Principal Instrumentation Engineers to be working in their Perth city office across their portfolio of oil & gas clients/ projects (sustaining capital). The initial contract is 12 months/ full time with occasional site visits.


  • Delivering discipline specific engineering services that meet the company, its clients and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements.
  • Initiate, manage and, if required, supervise engineering resources on projects that meet project requirements on time and within budget.
  • Manage discipline specific engineering activities such as:
  1. ensure the project scope is clear and that changes comply with project change management processes
  2. prepare project documentation such as datasheets, scopes of work, work instructions, input to design drawings.
  3. prepare and oversee the production of detailed designs and drawings, specifications, data, calculations and reports
  4. participate in relevant meetings, prepare progress reports and follow required checking procedures
  5. provide assistance and advice during procurement, construction and commissioning activities. For example, write requisitions and conduct technical bid evaluations.
  • Design for appropriate levels of risk and be conscious of HSE input to all elements of the design
  • Provide technical support, supervision and advice to the discipline team and project teams; participate in peer reviews; and consult with relevant resources as required.
  • Establish and maintain good working relationships within the company, with its clients and other stakeholders.
  • Proactively resolve any discrepancies between the company and its client's requirements.
  • Identify issues and problems; develop appropriate and innovative solutions; and ask for assistance if required.
  • Keep up-to-date with the latest developments and technical innovations in the discipline.


  • A recognised engineering degree in the relevant discipline or equivalent.
  • Significant experience within a similar discipline.
  • Hydrocarbons industry experience (highly desired).
  • Substantial technical and practical experience in the relevant discipline in the same or similar industry, including experience in multi-disciplinary projects and teams.
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