Primary Purpose of the Position:
The E&I Engineering Lead is responsible for providing a senior level of technical engineering support and guidance for team members covering E&I equipment design, implementation and maintenance requirements.
Critical Accountabilities & Outcomes:
- Ensuring adherence to organisation and IEC standards.
- Maintenance of assigned STD's, Procedures and Forms.
- Stewardship of PSI documentation accuracy.
- Efficient provision of assigned project deliverables.
- Deliver continuous improvement strategies for assigned critical asset classes.
- Recognised as the Subject Matter Expert for assigned critical asset classes.
- Plus such duties as may be reasonably required by the company from time to time
Key stakeholders and relationships of the role:
- E&I Engineering Superintendent as direct line manager for work priority setting.
- E&I Engineering team members as peers and those developing.
- Technical Engineering groups (APC, Mechanical and Process) for design and system hardware integration.
- Process Safety Engineers for alignment on safety critical design and devices.
- Operations Specialists and asset owners acting as E&I discipline support.
- Major external vendors in support of specialised equipment.
- Essential: Bachelor of Engineering - Electrical Systems. Registered Professional Engineer QLD (RPEQ) or eligible to be chartered.
- Desirable: TUV Functional Safety certification. Additional dual trade (Instrumentation or Control Systems) qualification.
- Essential: 15 to 20 years Oil Industry experience as dual discipline E&I Electrical engineer.
- Desirable: Demonstrated experience in a Supervisory capacity.
Knowledge & Skills:
- Essential: Possess sound knowledge of EH&S requirements in the Oil & Gas Industry. Intimate practical knowledge of Hazardous Area and Electrical Safety standards and legislation.
- Desirable: A working knowledge and experience in Enterprise Resource Programs, in particular maintenance applications. Ideally SAP.