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Principle Process Control Systems Engineer
at Leap29 in Bahrain

Principle Process Control Systems Engineer at Leap29 in Bahrain

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Posted on February 3, 2015
  • Languages Fluent English is a Must

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Principle Process Control Systems Engineer Leap29 are pleased to announce that we are currently looking to recruit a, Principle Process Control Systems Engineer to work for our client in Saudi Arabia. We representing a leading EPC company with operations in over 30 countries globally. In Saudi they are the leading EPC on Cost Plus contract with major operator in the country. As they look to expand their operations significant, with the award of 3 multibillion dollar contract, they are looking for a Principle Process Control Systems Engineer to join the rapidly growing ad dynamic team in Saudi. This is a great opportunity to be involved in some of the most challenging and complex Oil and Gas projects in the regions. Duties and required skills base includes: *PCS design *Managing leading design teams *Guiding team to attain project scope and objectives *Training development of staff *Assessing PCS from a functional and safety *Process control system (PCS) engineering (hardware & software), *Design for FEED and Detailed design projects onshore & offshore Oil & Gas. *BSC degree minimum *Windows, MS Access, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, *Smart plant Instrumentation appreciation In return you will be rewarded with a highly attractive salary package in the region of $12,000 p/month plus additional benefits including; medical insurance, schooling, pension and flights. If you want to take your career to the next level in a desirable location then this is the move for you. If you feel that you have the relevant skills and experience then please apply by following the links provided.
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