Instrumentation Lead Engineer

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  • Manage and lead the instrumentation team within a project to deliver the contractual deliverables and perform the required activities, taking ownership of budget and schedule.
  • Take ownership of agreed manhour budget, resources and schedule, being actively involved in defining those. Monitor progress and manhours consumed and adjust forecasts as required in alignment with the discipline manager and project EPM.
  • Act as discipline focal point for the Client, Operations and sub-contractor representatives, as well as other disciplines, aligning on technical requirements and solutions, both in concept phase as well as EPC phase.
  • Guard and ensure the quality of the produced discipline deliverables by following company technical standards and company engineering standards. Identify possible deviations and follow the company procedures to resolve.
  • Ensure all contractual requirements, client requirements, class rules and applicable international rules and regulations are implemented.
  • Identify and give input to project changes identified by other disciplines, by following the MOC procedures agreed within the project.
  • Monitor progress, identify possible concerns and propose solutions. Report weekly and attend the weekly progress meetings.
  • Continuously consider cost, constructability, operability and maintainability.
  • Manage the formal workflow by assigning tasks for preparation, review, check and approval of discipline deliverables such as philosophies, specifications, datasheets, TBE’s, block diagrams, layouts, Cause & Effect diagrams, narratives, terminations, loop diagrams, hook-up’s, etc.
  • Together with the Lead Designer manage the flow of information to remote teams to enable them to prepare the deliverables in the scope of the remote teams.
  • Ensure timely yard support during the construction and commissioning phase by the instrumentation team.
  • Assist and coach more junior engineers.


  • University or Technical College (BSc degree), with at least 10 years’ experience in Instrumentation design in the (Offshore) Oil & Gas industry.
  • Experience with preparing engineering budgets, resource plans and L3 schedules, managing instrumentation teams of 10+ engineers and designers. Experience with managing remote teams.
  • Experience with instrumentation for Marine applications and communicating with shipyards is an advantage, as well as knowledge of SmartPlant Instrumentation and AVEVA.
  • Competence with Functional Safety and instrumentation design in hazardous areas in the O&G industry is required.
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