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Field Instrument Engineer
We’re always on the lookout for exciting new forms of energy. Like yours.
We're 22,000 colleagues in more than 30 countries delivering oil, gas, wind and solar power to 170 million people worldwide. Taking on tough energy challenges is our job. Right now, we're facing an enormous task: supplying the world with the energy it needs, while lowering emissions.
We're up for the challenge. Are you?
By joining our team in Marketing, Midstream & Processing you will have the opportunity to:
- Follow up the plant's technical state, design requirements and evaluate necessary actions.
- Follow up and quality check reports and engineering that is delivered by modification supplier.
- Follow up in the field on projects, execute completion and commissioning.
- Contribute to modernization and robustness of the plant by giving specialist expertise on instrumentation, fire and gas to modifications, projects, plant’s shut downs and turn arounds.
- Work out technical requisitions for purchase as well as evaluation and approval.
- Update and revise technical documentation, requirements and specifications within a discipline.
- Manage risk and HSE (Health, Safety, and Environment) requirements in the design.
- Participate in transverse teams across plants.
You will be part of the Technical Plant Optimisation - Automation department that is responsible for follow-up of the integrity of technical barriers covering Human Machine Interface and alarm management, as well as Safety and Automation System Security.
Overall, the department holds the necessary expertise in relation to being able to fulfil technical responsibility.
This includes process control systems, electro control systems, emergency shut down control systems, Industrial IT and technical grid, and other third-party control systems.
Some qualities are essential for Equinor. You identify with our values, open, collaborative, courageous and caring, which guide our decisions and help us succeed and grow. You make safety your priority and contribute to our zero-harm culture. For this position, we are also looking for:
- A Bachelor's or Master's in degree in relevant field such as field instrumentation and automation.
- 7 years or more of relevant work experience is an advantage, but not a requirement.
- Expertise in instrumented safety systems.
- Experience from operation and maintenance of control systems.
- Experience from following, developing and improve work processes in compliance with governing documentation.
- Good system understanding and the ability to see technical relationships that can simplify processes.
- A drive to look beyond specific tasks and create good synergies between the different interfaces that the department has.
- Good communication skills in English (written and spoken), willingness to learn and practise Norwegian, and a desire to work in Hammerfest.
Don't meet every single qualification? We are dedicated to building a diverse, inclusive and authentic workplace, so if you're excited about this role but your past experience doesn't align perfectly with every point in the job description, we would still encourage you to apply.
Interviews will take place in week 14+15.
Please attach copies of your CV, diplomas, certificates and grades in English or a Scandinavian language.Through this link you can find important information on what to include in your CV, which will make the application process easier and faster.
Applications submitted without necessary attachments will unfortunately not be evaluated.
If you are in the process of completing a degree, please upload an official temporary transcript or other document describing subjects and grades completed to this point.
Candidates are expected to openly offer all relevant information about themselves during the recruitment process. Candidates will be asked for information on affiliation to high-risk countries for a security assessment. Furthermore, background checks are performed on all final candidates and all permanent and temporary hires will be screened against relevant sanctions lists to ensure compliance with sanctions law.
At Equinor, we care about each other as much as our business. That's why we offer:
- Not just a job; a career. In Equinor, your development begins on day one. You will build your competence through a wide range of learning activities while being empowered to build your career across multiple disciplines and geographies. Our internal job market allows endless opportunities for development and growth within your own field or in other interesting and relevant areas for you.
- Attractive rewards. We offer a comprehensive benefits package with competitive salaries, global parental leave, variable pay schemes and a share savings plan.
- Wellness and work-life balance. Our employees' well-being is a priority. We recognise that for you to be the best version of yourself in the workplace, being able to collect your children, attend a class or simply enjoy social time can be invaluable. That's why we encourage you to make use of our flexible work arrangements.
- An inclusive culture. We believe embracing our differences makes us stronger. For us true inclusion means being able to bring your whole self to work, and for everyone to feel accepted and valued.
For more information visit Equinor's website: https://www.equinor.com/