Project Officer (E&I) Electrical & Instrumentation - Edinburgh

 £33,300 to  £41,800 (dependent on skills and experience)
Closing date: 
Saturday, June 29, 2019 - 23:00

Project Officer (E&I)

Location: Edinburgh

Salary:  £33,300 to  £41,800 (dependent on skills and experience)

Reference: req334

This is an existing opportunity within our Scotland Major Projects Team based in our office in Newbridge, just outside Edinburgh.  As an E & I Project Officer you will report direct to the Project Manager and you will be involved in supporting the delivery of projects which require the upgrade or new install of fixed electrical, instrumentation, telemetry, gas quality measurement and flow metering systems.

What does an E&I Project Officer do? 

  • Technical coordination of project feasibility, design, procurement, site installation and commissioning of all E&I aspects of gas network major construction projects
  • Managing projects to meet programme and budget constraints
  • Coordination of project E&I related activities interfacing with SGN Operations, Asset Management, Gas Control and other departments, and externally with third party designers, installation contractors, specialist suppliers and other interested parties
  • Management of project documentation and drawings
  • Effective management of contractors


Do you have what we are looking for? 

  • Educated to a minimum of HND/C in electrical, electronic, instrumentation and control or similar discipline.
  • The ability to understand and manage projects from inception to commissioning, meet tight timescales, multi-task and react to changing priorities in a challenging environment.
  • A readiness to take accountability and ownership of projects either delivering an E&I specific project or being part of a multi discipline project delivery team.
  • Experience of Safety, Health and Environmental management within a project environment. 
  • Commitment to working safely, ethically and with integrity.
  • Experience of general office software, CAD and E&I related applications.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills (including presentation skills)
  • Comp €“Ex, Functional Safety and relevant City and Guilds E&I qualifications would be considered an advantage
  • Experience in the field of LV Electrical and Instrumentation systems associated with gas transmission is preferred although applicants from similar industries such as Oil and Gas, LNG or petrochemical who are seeking career development will be considered. You will hold Professional Engineering Membership of an accredited professional body or be working towards membership
  • A full valid driving license is essential, and the successful candidate will be expected to travel widely


What will I get in return? 

  • A competitive starting salary
  • Use of a company car
  • Other benefits, including company pension scheme
  • Plenty of potential for further development and progression within the Company
  • This is an exciting opportunity to join a highly regarded, award winning company which has a commitment to developing an equal, diverse and inclusive culture
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