Automation Discipline lead shall ensure system and technical integrity across Project
Specifically Discipline Lead Automation shall:
Ensure that HSE has the highest priority in all activities undertaken by Engineering and Design personnel.
Align and Coordinate the discipline activity ensuring standard solution across the Aasta Hansteen field
Proactively identify and follow up issues relevant for the Discipline design and functionality across the Aasta Hansteen field.
High focus on key challenges, areas of concern and close follow up of these.
Good risk understanding and monitoring of these and establishing of mitigation actions.
Have ability to work to tight deadlines and prioritisation of work to achieve these.
Support and assist the work of the contractor engineers and designers.
Ensure completing all review and activities for the discipline within the approved schedule.
Provide technical guidance on the application of codes and standards
Approve and document deviations from mandated codes, standards and project design criteria.
Approve authority for engineering documents within Automation discipline.
Advise on system and equipment functional testing and performance evaluation.
Endorse working practicing and operating procedures from an Automation design perspective and monitor compliance with these.
Produce recommendations for improvements.
Have ability to perform and/or participate in hazard analyses.
Be fully competent in plant Discipline engineering and through knowledge of all relevant unit operations.
Be familiar with applicable industry standards and practices and and recommended practices.
Master of Science Good theoretical skills and minimum 10 years of relevant experience as Discipline lead in larger greenfield project
Work location: Onshore- Fornebu
Contract period: 01.11.2016- 30.09.2017 (Option: 3x6 months)
Commuters accepted: No
Work hours: Full time
Duty Scheme: No