Instrument/ICSS Engineer

Job Description


  • Provide technical support and acts as the focal point for Integrated Control and Safety Systems (ICSS)/Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) matters
  • Provide expert technical reports to the Head of Instrumentation/ICSS, Head of Site Maintenance and other departments
  • Supervise the implementation of minor modifications and improvement projects, ensuring safety, cost-effectiveness, timeliness and adherence to Company standards and specifications
  • Review and control the standardization of materials and spare parts as well as stock quantities, usage and consumption for routine, preventive, corrective defect and shutdown maintenance
  • Participate in the preparation of budgets, contracts, shutdowns, modifications, warranty claims, vendor mobilization, etc. for the efficient running of the section
  • Review and re-organize existing maintenance programs to ensure adequate adaptation to applicable reliability requirements
  • Prepare relevant and appropriate maintenance interventions relating to applicable ICSS systems, PLC systems and other integrated automation packages
  • Coordinate the activities of the ICSS/PLC Engineers and communicate progress through monthly and intervention reports
  • Supervise the execution of specific maintenance contracts applicable to ICSS systems on site offshore and ensure optimal usage of contracted resources
  • Liaise with vendors and the original equipment manufacturers for all queries regarding maintenance, drawings, modifications, resolution of technical problems, etc.
  • Ensure that all drawings, plans, manual and Maintenance Equipment Log Book (MELB) are up-to-date and “as built”
  • Supervise work completed by contractors (either offshore or at Contractor’s workshop) and site teams, ensure compliance, effect necessary corrections, and submit to the Head of Instrumentation/ ICSS/ Metering
  • Participate in Site Modification Requests (SMR) and projects realized by Engineering, Construction & Projects dept. to ensure changes are in conformity to Company general standards and specific requirements of each plant


Candidate Profile

  • Minimum of BSc. in Instrumentation Systems Engineering, Electronics and Electrical Engineering or other related Engineering field with at least Second Class Upper (Masters is an added advantage)
  • 6 – 10 years’ experience with industrial discipline, specifically with the oil or petrochemical industries
  • Engineering expertise in ICSS and PLC systems covering engineering, projects execution and maintenance roles, with more emphasis on ICSS expertise
  • Good computer knowledge and computer networking fundamental
  • Strong interpersonal skills and team management skills
  • Good communication skills, organisation and time-management skills