Overview / Responsibilities
Wood is currently recruiting for a SIS Validation Engineer (Expatriate) with extensive experience in the oil and gas / petrochemical industry to join our team in Atyrau on a 6 weeks on / 2 weeks off rotation.
Reporting to the FGP MAC Project Manager, your primary purpose in this role will be to develop SIS Validation Procedures for the FGP MAC project focusing on Functional Safety and Safety Lifecycle requirements.
In addition, you will also be responsible for :
Taking the lead on one of the world’s most technically complex Oil & Gas projects, you will join likeminded, agile industry peers who are highly qualified and recognised industry innovators to create new
Skills / Qualifications
Your qualifications :
Your experience :
Ideally, you will have 10+ years of proven experience in engineering design, control systems integration with an operating company or systems vendor within the brownfields onshore / offshore oil & gas industry.
What will set you apart will be you 5+ years of relevant experience in a functional safety role, developing functional safety design, procedures and implementation projects.
In addition, you will have :
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Wood is a global leader in engineering and consultancy across energy and the built environment, helping to unlock solutions to some of the world’s most critical challenges.
We provide consulting, projects and operations solutions in more than 60 countries, employing around 40,000 people.
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