Controls Engineer

GTS Metron Ltd
Aberdeen, UK
13 Sep 2019
26 Sep 2019
Contract Type
Full Time
Job overview

We are currently recruiting for a Controls Engineer in Aberdeen. This position provides field service solutions and general technical support to our clients, ensuring timely response and reliability in the maintenance, repair, troubleshooting and overhaul of rotating equipment package control and instrumentation systems. This role will be based primarily in the UK on & offshore oil & gas sector but may also involve work elsewhere abroad.

Please note applicants may be required to complete aptitude testing as part of our recruitment process.

Duties and Key Responsibilities

·Provide field service support on a routine or ad-hoc basis as required

·Perform package systems planned, corrective and preventive maintenance

·Problem shooting and rectification

·Control system troubleshooting

·Instrumentation and control systems inspection and maintenance

·Installation and commissioning of equipment upgrades

·Generate and submits timely and accurate field service reports

·Conducts vibration surveys and analysis

·On-site customer training

·Control system retrofit and upgrade

·Work in accordance with defined company, client and project procedures

·Design, develop and deliver technically robust client focused solutions

·Embrace and support our culture of continuous improvement, shared learning and team work

·Operate as part of a competent motivated team using the PDR system to set clear goals, development objectives and provide feedback

·Support excellent customer service behaviours

·Responsible for ensuring compliance with quality objectives and requirements of all tasks performed

·Have a responsibility to co-operate with supervisors and manger on HSSE matters

·Take reasonable care to protect their own health and safety, following all company and client HSSE policies and procedures, taking responsible for reporting any HSSE concerns to the appropriate person

·Other duties as required by the business - workshop, onshore (office) and offshore based

Skills and Training

·Practical, hands-on, track record

·Technically competent across a broad range of equipment and disciplines

·Ability to multitask and prioritise

·Written and oral communication (English)

·Quick learner and willing to share knowledge to develop others

·Intrapersonal, written & oral communication skills


·Report writing

·Working in similar hands-on technical roles

·Field service experience

·Workshop repairs experience

·Fault finding

·Knowledge using electrical tools and test equipment

·Rotating equipment knowledge

Other Requirements


·Hold a technical degree OR relevant extensive technical and offshore experience (5+ years) with relevant qualifications

·Have similar experience in a previous role (3+ years)

·Be willing to travel offshore on an ad-hoc basis, sometimes at short notice

·Provide a covering letter with your application

Nice to have:

·Full UK offshore certification

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