Energy Resourcing is currently looking for a Principal C&I Engineer to join a world leading engineering company. This role would be based in Manchester with flexible working.

As the Principal C&I Engineer your main role will be to provide Principal Control & Instrument engineering services for a project based in Manchester

Duties will include: –

  • Adherence to Client’s safety practices
  • Liaison with and provision of technical direction to GID office
  • Specification and requisitioning of DCS, PLC, SIS, F&G and ICSS systems, with experience of the system full lifecycle
  • Functional Safety Management, implementation of IEC 61508/61511, participation in Safety Reviews, development of SRS/SIL Calculations and verification and validation activities Review of packaged equipment automation scope and documentation
  • Liaising with Control System Vendors
  • Liaising with Mechanical Package Vendors (Instrumentation & Control Scope)
  • Specification, technical bid analysis and requisitioning of Field Instrumentation and Analysers
  • Specification / Design / Implementation of Hazardous Area Instrumentation (ATEX).
  • Checking and approval of Instrument engineering and deliverables
  • Checking of Instrument design and deliverables
  • Checking of BMS (Building Management System), CCTV, Telecoms design and deliverables
  • Attendance at project meetings and client meetings
  • Liaison with and provision of technical direction to GID office
  • Attendance to Model review using 3D tool
  • Calculations pertaining to Instrument engineering design
  • Use and compliance with International standards
  • Use of document management system

Engineering Requirements

Instrument engineering degree, or similar,

Chartered Engineer status (or actively working towards chartership)

Membership of a recognised engineering institute (e.g. IET, Institute of Measurement & Control)

CompEx qualified

TUV or similar Functional Safety Engineer qualification

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