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Instrument Engineer

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Date de publication: 13 août 2019

Lieu: Antwerp, Belgium, VAN, BE

Entreprise: ExxonMobil

We are currently recruiting for an Instrument Engineer to join our regional ExxonMobil Research and Engineering team: EMEAP EMRE.  The regional engineering office is based in Fawley, near Southampton.  It provides research and engineering support for ExxonMobil and its joint ventures throughout Europe, the Middle East and Asia Pacific.

 

He/she will be responsible for providing engineering support for Chemicals and Refining manufacturing sites and projects in Europe and the Middle East.

It is the main objective of the Instrument Engineer to help our organisation to be successful, with focus to Safety, Security, Reliability and Optimization, striving for continuous improvement measured by bottom-line regional results.

ExxonMobil requires exceptional professional conduct and the highest ethical standards, implicit with sound judgment, integrity and quality.

 

This role is based at our Antwerp site (Belgium), within the regional engineering office. A successful candidate will work with other  EMRE team members and senior technical leaders distruted across the globe (e.g. Technology Center in Kuala Lumpur, EMRE at Houston Campus, etc.)

 

The closing date for this role is 23 August 2019.

What you can expect from us

 

  • Works effectively with internal and external teams.
  • Is able to influence without authority
  • Support project development from concept selection through commissioning and startup and/or all phases of asset operational life through asset sale or decommissioning.
  • Conducts troubleshooting and root cause analysis for instrument related loss scenarios.
  • Provides engineering guidance in various instrument subdomains: field instrumentation, control and on/off valves, factory automation, safety instrumented functions, logic solvers, turbo machinery controls and protection, maintenance/equipment strategies, etc. 
  • Provides mentoring and coaching to site instrument engineers.
  • Promotes deployment of new technology, increases penetration and help to remove barriers.
  • Promotes and increases penetration of existing engineering tools (e.g. Conval, Conval Adapter Tool(CAT), Exsilentia, SilSolver, etc.)
  • Maintains awareness of developments in discipline industry, vendors, and academia and brings this to bear in Process Control discipline planning and operation
  • Represent ExxonMobil in interactions with key competitors, partners, joint ventures, NOCs, industry associations, academia, and industry forums.
What we expect from you

 

To be eligible for this role, you must:


Hold an engineering degree in technology or science (e.g. Electronics, Science, Physics, Chemistry,…) with 8+ years professional experience as an Instrument Engineer.

Candidates shall have demonstrated work experience and good knowledge of:

 

  • International Engineering Standards (e.g. IEC61511)
  • Sizing and selecting of field instrumentation, including Control Valves
  • Solid knowledge of process engineering, P&IDs, fluid properties/dynamics and material technology.
  • Signal types, transmission systems and experience of low voltage electrical distribution networks, cable sizing and protection.
  • Instrumentation Piping and Process Connection requirements for Flow, Level, Pressure and Temperature instrumentation.
  • PLCs, Safety Systems, Factory Automation and Turbo Machinery Control and Protection
  • RCFA, FMEDA
  • Cybersecurity

 

Successful candidates should possess a broad range of behavioral skills:

 

  • Demonstrates high personal effectiveness and natural leadership
  • Able to facilitate and influence business decisions in a diverse team environment
  • Anticipates and takes sufficient action to capture opportunities and deliver value; shows passion for one's work; is willing to go above and beyond base expectations to achieve superior business results
  • Assimilates and applies new job-related information in a timely manner; continuously pursues activities to develop knowledge and skills; shares knowledge with others. Is open to new ways of viewing the business and considering different perspectives, including those that challenge the status quo
  • Recognizes that effective listening is necessary for successful communication; communicates information and ideas in a manner that engages the audience; uses appropriate interpersonal styles and techniques to gain acceptance of ideas or plans
  • Approaches change with a constructive and positive attitude; adjusts effectively to changes in roles, teams/organizations, processes, and cultures; leverages internal and external change to create opportunities that increase business value

 

Objectively identifies and understands issues, problems, and opportunities; compares data from different sources to draw conclusions; thinks critically while evaluating problems and formulating solutions; uses judgment for choosing a course of action or developing appropriate solutions