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Field Service Engineer Electrical Controls & Instrumentation

Field Service Engineer Electrical Controls & Instrumentation

Field Service Engineer (Controls & Instrumentation) - Remote (UK Wide & Overseas Travel) - to £50k + Expenses + Benefits

About The Company

We are currently working with a leading supplier of Turbine Solutions to industrial markets worldwide. An established business they provide a comprehensive range of products and services to the industrial gas turbine and steam turbine market sectors, predominantly focussed on the power generation or extraction, transportation and processing of Oil and Gas.

Due to continued growth, we are looking to speak to experienced Electrical Field Service Engineers with Control and instrumentation experience.

This is a remote based position (anywhere in the UK) however candidates must be able and willing to travel extensively, working on UK and International sites for both onshore and offshore installations for significant periods of time.

Mechanical Field Service Engineer - Package Details

  • £40,000 to £50,000 DOE
  • Overtime provided on a project basis
  • All expenses paid (credit card provided)
  • Private Pension Scheme
  • Private Healthcare (BUPA)
  • 25 Days Holiday + Bank Holidays (Option to Purchase Additional Days)

Field Service Engineer (Controls & Instrumentation) - Experience Requirements

  • Ideally Apprentice Trained or hold a minimum HNC qualification in Electrical / Electronic Engineering
  • Technical knowledge and experience of gas turbine operation, fuel systems, gas generators and power turbine assemblies
  • Specific knowledge and experience of GEC Gas Turbines
  • Knowledge of Rolls Royce Avon, Olympus or RB211 gas generators would be highly desirable / beneficial
  • Experience of operating independently on site and in an office environment
  • Offshore Safety Survival Certificate desirable
  • Capable of troubleshooting and fault-finding operational issues on gas turbine package and auxiliary systems

Field Service Engineer (Controls & Instrumentation) - Key Responsibilities

  • Complete controls, electrical, instrumentation site-based inspections, outages and upgrades which focus on the servicing and repair of gas turbines and power turbine assemblies in the 10 to 80 MW range along with Ruston Gas Turbine units TA and TB units.
  • Servicing and maintenance of gas turbines packages and their associated control systems. Typically, Control Logix5000, Allen-Bradley PLC-5 controls, including Bentley-Nevada 3500 vibration equipment. (Experience with the Rustronic MkII controls system would be an advantage.)
  • Carryout operational trouble shooting and fault finding on gas turbine packages and their associated control systems, experience with control of any associated rotating equipment, would be an advantage.
  • Service and maintenance of control networks and data transfer systems between control devices and DCS systems.
  • Interrogation of HMI systems during trouble shooting exercises including data gathering and event capture techniques.
  • Carryout instrumentation and equipment calibration and loop checking as part of servicing or commissioning turbine associated systems for pressure, level, flow, temperature and vibration equipment.
  • Carryout minor software and system parameter changes/adjustments on the controls systems to ensure efficient gas turbine operation.
  • Inspect, service and maintain auxiliary systems supporting gas turbines, including fuel and lubrication oil systems typically including pumps, valves, motors, and similar components. Electrical experience and knowledge would be an advantage.

Reference: 52655001

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