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Instrument Control and Electrical Engineer

Instrument, Control and Electrical Engineer

Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire

INEOS Acetyls is headquartered in London, UK and produces over 3 million tonnes of Acetyls products per annum from 8 manufacturing locations across the globe, generating an EBITDA of > $300 million. It has leading market positions in Europe, USA and Asia.

The multidiscipline Technology Support Team is based in Hull, UK, and provides INEOS Acetyls with technology development, asset optimisation and engineering design for growth projects, including the recently announced world scale acetic acid and derivatives plants on US Gulf coast.

About the Opportunity

The Instrumentation, Control and Electrical Engineer provides control designs, subject matter expertise and independent assurance in support of safe and reliable operations, growth projects and new technology development for the worldwide INEOS Acetyls business.

You will support our manufacturing operations by providing design solutions for complex control problems including combustion, distillation and compressor control, engineering assurance, failure analysis, subject matter expertise, and field support. You will also conduct peer reviews and share best practice, proven control strategies and lessons learned between Acetyls assets.

You will support our major projects by delivering engineering design packages for INEOS Acetyls proprietary technologies and providing technical assistance including HAZOP/LOPA participation, technical query responses, engineering and vendor assurance, training, and on-site commissioning/start-up expertise.

The position offers the opportunity to work as part of an expert team of talented engineers and chemists, to travel internationally, and to make a material contribution to the generation of new value for the INEOS Acetyls business. 

About you

You will be a qualified process control engineer with a chemical, instrumentation, or electronic engineering background. You will have extensive experience of control schemes used in continuous manufacturing process plants preferably within a petrochemicals industry.

You will also offer:

  • Personal and process safety leadership
  • Familiarity with instrumentation specification, selection, installation, and maintenance
  • Understanding of functional safety lifecycle & safety instrumented systems
  • Electrical engineering awareness including safety issues and protections and hazardous area classification
  • Knowledge of relevant technical practices and industry standards

You will be a team player with experience of working in multidiscipline teams and proven interpersonal skills including the ability to influence without formal authority and work across different cultures. Project experience is an advantage.

Interested?  Please apply with your CV and cover letter.