This is a unique opportunity for an experienced, self-driven and ambitious engineer to join the electrical & instrumentation team in the onshore Gorm-Tyra Asset maintenance department in Esbjerg.
We are in charge of maintaining a wide array of offshore installations, totaling 30 manned and unmanned platforms commissioned between 1981 and 2014, and you will become part of our integrated maintenance team alongside experienced and dedicated colleagues, who are looking forward to welcoming you.
Specifically, you will be in a team with six experienced colleagues handling the area of electrical & instrumentation maintenance, and you will work in close collaboration with our production and engineering departments.
Here, you will quickly realize that we value safety, collaboration, results, attention to detail and taking responsibility for our tasks. More than anything, you will experience our willingness to innovate as you contribute with your know-how and ideas in an international environment.
You will be overall responsible for the integrity and reliability of our safety, control and instrumentation systems by coordinating and planning preventive and corrective maintenance as well as supporting our colleagues offshore with ad-hoc assistance and troubleshooting. This entails managing all repairs and replacements as well as requesting equipment modifications and improvements based on uptime and reliability.
Being accountable for cost optimized planning and execution of all activities within your area of responsibility, you:
• ensure efficient coordination of system activities to ensure maximum value from the offshore work force and downtime opportunities;
• contribute with relevant information to root cause analysis of equipment failures and ensure that we take action to improve performance where needed;
• are responsible for the maintenance budget input and latest estimate updates for appointed systems;
• perform regular offshore visits to check up on appointed systems, participate in third party surveys and audits, and finally you ensure the accuracy of the master data;
• provide support and coaching to more junior team members.
Being naturally outgoing, you enjoy working with different kinds of people and cultures and you are result-oriented to ensure a great safety setup in a dynamic environment.
In this position, it is important that you possess a strong personal drive and are comfortable making challenging decisions. You will need to take charge and solve issues and ad hoc problems. As such, you thrive working independently and you take a systematic and structured approach to problem solving without compromising safety, integrity & reliability.
At the same time, you are a team player with good communication and networking skills. You apply these as you connect and collaborate with colleagues, both within your own discipline and with other relevant asset teams, in particular production, process and mechanical.
• You are an electrical engineer; control/automation engineer; marine engineer with electrical or control background.
• You have 8+ years of experience from this or a similar industry, working with safety, control and instrumentation systems.
• You have extensive work experience within maintenance.
• You are familiar with oil and gas standards and relevant instrument and control standards.
• You look forward to working with and learning more about offshore oil and gas production; have strong analytical skills as well as IT flair, enabling you to easily learn new specialist programmes.
• Experience with ABB, Yokogawa and/or GE Fanuc systems is preferred.
• Experience with Safety Instrumented Systems (IEC 61508 / 61511) is preferred.
• You speak and write fluent English and are able to write reports and recommendations in English.
• You must be able to travel offshore occasionally.
Please note that interviews may be conducted on an on-going basis. We encourage you to apply as soon as possible via the Apply link above.