Senior / Lead Instrumentation Engineer

  • Location: Germany, Bonn
  • Remuneration: ┬úCompetative
  • Sector: Engineering
  • Sub-Sector: Oil & Gas
Details:

Date Added: 10/08/09
One of my Largest German EPC organisations have recently informed me of a huge recruitment boom for Q3 of this year. They are looking to increase their core staff in all discipline areas as they have adequate workflow to support these hires and continue to grow their business. Their particular areas of expertise are LNG Tank Storage, LNG / LPG Terminals, Ethylene Storage, LNG Liquefaction projects ect.

They are currently looking for a Senior/Lead Instrument Engineer to join their team in Bonn, Germany. You will be involved in a range of new and interesting projects some current and some due to start at the end of this year. You'll have an interesting workload cover

Outline:
Design &specify deliverable from field to office
Ability to create material requisitions
Ability to follow purchase orders
Technical Bid evaluation

Create Hook-Up and loop diagrams

Interpretation of P&I diagrams
Composition of installation and erecting documentation

Overview:
You will be acting as lead engineer in this function and will be required to train younger team mates on aspects of work and processes 
You will have experience running projects from an instrumentation discipline perspective and have the ability to meet deadlines and motivate team members.

Summary:
This company is a welcoming and enjoyable place to work.
They are an international operation and have a multi-cultured workplace
.
They have a modern approach and appreciate people may wish to work for them on a permanent basis, yet still have family overseas- you're welcome to travel home weekends and have no obligation to relocate.

Location
Bonn, Germany

Employment Type
Permanent

Start
Immediate

Salary
£Competitive

Benefits:                     
Salary 13 times a year

Extra insurance (direct insurance)
Pension Scheme
Health Insurance
Discretionary Bonus scheme (based on yearly profits)

 

 

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