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Electrical Operations Engineer FPSO FEED - Leatherhead (hybrid working)

Leatherhead, Surrey
Electrical Operations Engineer on an FPSO FEED Project for an initial 12 month contract role that has an immediate start and a target limited company rate to man of circa £45.00 per hour.

Leatherhead. Hybrid working - 3 days office, 2 home working.

The role is likely to be outside IR35 but the final decision will be made after a Qdos assessment

 FPSO FEED is looking for a Senior Electrical Operations Engineer to support the development of the deliverables considering the proposed operation of the facilities. Previous experience would be from offshore platforms or FPSOs in Australia, North Sea, West Africa or similar. You would provide electrical engineering expertise gained in operating facilities to bring lessons back into the design with a focus on operation of the power distribution system and power generation. You would bring knowledge of regulatory compliance, classification society rules, best technical practice/specifications, lessons learned and you would provide support for design reviews, procurement and life cycle operability of the facility including hazardous area equipment classification management systems. You would provide electrical engineering (EE)  expertise to other teams by performing and reviewing complex, or non-routine electrical engineering calculations and analyses. 

Provides electrical engineering expertise to hazard identification and risk assessment processes. Relevant hazard identification and risk assessment processes include HAZOPs, LOPAs, HAZIDs, Human Factors Analysis, What-Ifs, Vulnerability studies, Bow-ties and Risk Action Plans. Generally Ensures that the inspection, testing, maintenance and condition monitoring tasks in CMMS are aligned with the technical intent of Equipment Strategies. Develops and updates the technical content of Equipment Strategies based on equipment performance feedback and performs periodic review of CMMS effectiveness. Performs reliability analysis for electrical equipment using surveillance, maintenance and condition monitoring data, and trends performance metrics. Leads on resolution of complex, multi-discipline technical issues where the dominant component is electrical engineering. Relevant sources of actions include HAZOP/LOPA, HVLs, Learning Alerts/Bulletins and Engineering Studies.
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