EC&I Designers – Contract – Wales & Berkshire
Location: Pembroke & Berkshire
Our client has mutliple roles for Electrical, Controls and & Instrument Designers to join a leading engineering business during a period of continued growth as they support the Oil & Gas, Petrochemical, Renewable Energy and Nuclear sectors. Note this role is outside IR35. The roles can be based in either West Wales or Berkshire.
These roles are for people with any combination of Electrical or Controls and Instrumentation design experience.
Role & Responsibilities
- Producing new / updating existing detailed electrical, controls and instrumentation design documentation.
- Produce new / updating a range of documentation including but not liimited to the following:
- Electrical panels.
- Control panel schematics.
- I/O schedules.
- Control circuits.
- PLC wiring diagrams.
- Prepare bills of materials.
- Safety circuit design and risk assessments
- Prepare and check electrical detailed design documentation.
- Work from P&IDs and site layouts.
- Prepare and check EC&I drawings including single lines, general arrangements, cables routes, block diagrams, loops sheets, hook-ups.
- Prepare and check panel designs including general arrangements, wiring diagrams and schematics.
- Specify equipment and prepare and check EC&I equipment datasheets.
- Prepare and check electrical schedules including, cable, load list, MTO etc.
- Perform EC&I design calculations.
- Prepare and check scope of work and other associated design documentation.
- Working potentially on multiple projects at any given time.
- Managing change and identifying, formalising and notifying relevant parties of changes in the project.
- Contributing to site requests by providing technical analysis.
- Production of documentation to support construction.
Key Skills & Knowledge
- Must be qualified to ONC / HNC as a minimum.
- Experience of EC&I engineering documentation.
- Must have proven experience in Oil & Gas, Petrochem, Renewable Energy sectors or similar.
- The role will be outside IR35.