You will participate in the Automation cluster team and are responsible for delivering project results.
You will be part of the sustaining capex team. You are responsible for the development and implementation of OT, terminal automation architecture and solution architecture at our terminals.
The project engineer Automation reports to the cluster lead automation.
Your role as Project Engineer Automation
You will lead the Automation cluster team and are responsible for delivering strong team results and deliver automation projects yourself.:
Responsible for effective and efficient engineering and execution of the automation projects your portfolio according to the Project Management standards including gate reviews, risk mitigation and all project deliverables according to the applicable codes and Standards. This in close cooperation with relevant stakeholders;
Responsible for managing the budget, quality, planning, risks and scope of the automation projects in your portfolio;
Responsible for the management of change process for the projects in your portfolio;
Participate in multidisciplinary project teams where you are responsible for the automation scope;
Close cooperation with the construction team in multidisciplinary projects, support FAT/SAT and fulfill a coordinating role when delivering the project results to operations and maintenance;
Support the terminals on automation issues and actively support continuous improvement.
Bachelor’s degree industrial automation, control technology, electrical engineering or related field;
Excellent leadership skills, strong in directing performance and realizing agreed targets;
Minimal 3-5 years of terminal experience or experience in a related industry;
Knowledge of PLC/SCADA, networks and DCS;
Knowledge of Yokogawa is a pré;
Knowledge of project management, tools and standards including project control systems;
Have general knowledge of industrial automation and process technology;
Flexibility to work on any of the terminals;
Excellent stakeholder management on various levels;