Instrumentation Designer – Oil & Gas
Atkins Middle East
Preparation of following Electrical / Instrumentation drawings/documents with minimum guidance from Engineers.
Block diagrams of Instruments, Fire & Gas and telecoms, etc.
Cable routing / tray layouts, Installation drawings, Cable block diagram / schedule, Instrument location plans, layouts Instrument
Installation & Hookup drawings Loop diagrams, Interconnection diagram, termination details, MTO
• Conduct engineering design assignments associated with Electrical & Instrumentation for onshore / offshore O&G and petrochemical field within clearly-defined scope and standards.
• Diploma in Instrumentation/Electrical/Electronics Engineering or equivalent. 5 + years design experience in onshore / offshore O&G and petrochemical field.
Experience in AutoCAD, MS office.
Experience in INtools (SmartPlant Instrumentation Software) and PDMS will be added advantage.
Experience in Micro station will be added advantage.
Exposure to Instrument and Electrical standards is a must.
Good communications skills
About the Company
Atkins is one of the leading providers of professional, technology based consultancy and support services to the industry, commerce and governments in all of the worlds major economies. With over 17,000 staff operating in Europe, the Middle East, Asia Pacific and the Americas, Atkins has a broad range of skills and resources and provides Clients with a comprehensive service throughout the entire life cycle of the projects in the built environment.
We aim to be the international first choice supplier of technical and integrated services. Shaped by our customers' needs, our vision is to: focus on quality seek world class design and excellence strive to add value be flexible to the evolving needs of a changing society
Atkins first carried out design and supervision commissions in the Gulf area in 1967. From its regional head office in Dubai, U.A.E. Atkins Middle East now employs over 2000 staff located in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Oman (Muscat ), Qatar (Doha) Bahrain (Manama), Kuwait (Kuwait City) and India (Bangalore).