Lead PACO Engineer - Iraq - Military veterans preferred

Kellogg Brown & Root (www.kbrjobs.com)


  full-time   employee



Lead PACO Engineer - Iraq

Education, Skills & Experience

BSc., University degree in Engineering - Instruments or equivalent

Experience and Skill set

  • Minimum 15 years experience in Oil and Gas related Instrumentation and Process Control mechanical Design and Engineering with minimum 5 years of construction and commissioning activities
  • Previous experiences with Shell DEPs will be a plus
  • Performs as a professional Instrument and Process Automation engineer for projects and plant modifications from Front End Development (FEED) through detail engineering execution / commissioning and start-up. Past work experience should entail but not limited to the following:
  • Technical support for operation and maintenance of Instrument and Process Automation
  • Testing, installation, commissioning and start up of Instrument and Process Automation equipment including FAT tests, Site Acceptance tests
  • Design, selection and specification of Process automation and Instrumentation equipment
  • experience with DCS IPS systems and field instruments (i.e. pressure ,temperature, level, analysers, etc.) and Process Control development
  • Experiences with HAZOP,IPF classification processes, onshore experience, awareness of the ISO standards
  • Minimum 5-10 years experience in Oiland Gas Project Delivery as a Umbrella Contract Lead PACO engineer function in a multidiscipline Workforce

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