Company: WorleyParsons
Skills: Instrument & Controls Engineer
Experience: 15 + Years
Education: Tech/Vocational Cert/Apprenticeship
Employment Type: Full Time Contractor
Salary: Negotiable
Location: Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom
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WorleyParsons is currently recruiting for a Instrument Commissioning Engineer with extensive experience in the oil and gas industry.



  • Accountable for expediting the safe and timely preparation and execution of the Project E&I Commissioning work scopes, in adherence with Project HSEQ safety requirements, procedures and practices.
  • Accountable for ensuring all Instrument and Controls Commissioning activities are carried out in accordance with Project / Company procedures in a safe and environmentally responsible manner.


Key aims and objectives

  • Deliver a high standard of E&I Commissioning capability, ensuring a consistent and efficient approach is implemented at all times
  • Effective liaison with any Client / Vendor / Sub-contractor representative.


Prime responsibilities and duties

  • Actively participate in all Company and Project safety initiatives.
  • Produce study, assess and verify all E&I Commissioning drawings, specifications and instructions and escalate any issues identified.
  • Development, issue and update of all applicable E&I Commissioning, procedures / working practices and system / sub-system boundary drawings required for the delivery of the Commissioning process - ensure compliance with all Project standards, specifications and procedures.
  • Ensure that all work is to the required standard and that all drawings, specifications, inspections and certifications are strictly adhered to as well as all Company systems of quality assurance.
  • Liaise with the Project Engineering office to ensure all E&I drawings are produced in line with Commissioning requirements.
  • Ensure, before any work commences, that all items of material, equipment, scaffolding etc. required are available to avoid abortive and unproductive use of labour.
  • Liaise with Project personnel to identify and deliver early Commissioning / Project gains.
  • Review all E&I system / sub-system mechanical completion Commissioning sign-off certificates / milestones.
  • Interface with Project Management and Client representatives on all matters applicable to E&I Commissioning, providing accurate reporting on status including identification of issues or concerns which may impact Project delivery.
  • Liaise with Client representatives to ensure, where applicable / required, Commissioning data / services are supplied.
  • Liaise with Construction / Completions teams in the development of E&I Commissioning Interfaces
  • Attend Permit to Work meetings and approve work permits.
  • Maintain primary contact and a good working relationship with Vendors / Sub-Contractors Management and site representatives.
  • Ensure, before any variation work is carried out by a Vendor / Sub-Contractor that an authorised instruction has been provided.


Project specific requirements

  • The Commissioning Instrument and Controls Engineer is expected to cover both Instrument and Electrical Disciplines during the onshore phase.
  • The Commissioning Instruments and Controls Engineer is also expected to perform offshore rotation once full commissioning commences as a back to back with a 2nd Commissioning Instruments and Controls Engineer, along with other E&I discipline commissioning personnel and technicians.
  • The position shall report directly to the Finlaggan Commissioning Lead.


Qualifications / Training


  • Minimum 4-year apprenticeship in Instrumentation / System Controls
  • Recognised O&G Instrument / System Controls discipline background.
  • Fully conversant with Project Completion Management Systems with extensive knowledge of Project Commissioning practices and procedures.
  • IT Literate (Excel / Word / Powerpoint etc) with experience in Management Databases.
  • BOSIET / Approved Offshore Medical / CA EBS / MIST / Safety Passport.
  • Attain 100% compliance for all pre-mobilisation training requirements prior to deployment.
  • Attain 100% compliance for all post-mobilisation training requirements within 12 months of contract start.


  • HNC / Degree educated in Instrumentation / System Controls




  • Minimum 15 years' experience in Instrumentation / System Controls
  • Extensive knowledge of the Commissioning and Completion process, its implementation.
  • Experienced in the production of detailed E&I procedures / certificates / test sheets / documents / reports.
  • Extensive knowledge of O&G related HSEQ safe working practices / procedures.
  • Able to interface and interact with Management and Client representatives at all levels.
  • Detailed knowledge of the Commissioning process and associated systems.
  • Detailed knowledge of Permit to Work systems


  • Personal Qualities, Aptitudes and Skills
  • Demonstrates a strong commitment to safety.
  • Flexible / able to comply / adapt to Company / Client requirements.
  • Delivery focused and committed to achievement of Project / Company goals.
  • Able to interact with management / personnel at all levels - committed team player.
  • Confident and able to work on own initiative.
  • Desire to learn and develop not only self but others within team - good attitude to continuous improvement.
  • Able to work in a multi-cultural environment.




  • Able to demonstrate effective and efficient management of processes and personnel.
  • Able to demonstrate high level understanding of HSEQ safe working practices / procedures and their implementation.
  • Able to manage / maintain budget / schedule requirements.


  • Able to interpret Project procedures and drawings extensive understanding of P&ID's / C&Es, SLD's etc.
  • Able to produce technical documents and procedures covering all aspects of the E&I Commissioning process.
  • Extensive experience of E&I Commissioning related activities.


Project Specific Requirements

  • Client's chosen software for Finlaggan commissioning is PIMS, previous working knowledge would be preferable.