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ICSS Engineer

Job Details
  • 4549
  • Yokogawa
  • Runcorn (Cheshire)
  • Permanent, Full Time
  • Salary up to £50,000 + overtime / TOIL + attractive benefits

Integrated Control and Safety Systems Engineer (ICSS)

Founded in 1915, Yokogawa has positioned itself over the years as a viable and high value supplier to a diverse range of process industries including oil, chemicals, natural gas, power, iron and steel, and pulp and paper. 

Yokogawa engages in broad-ranging activities with applications in process control, batch management, data analytics, and cyber security. We have been able to help our customers to optimise their processes and reduce their energy footprint. All with state-of-the-art solutions and services.

Yokogawa continues to work toward a more sustainable society through its 17,500 employees in a global network of 119 companies spanning 60 countries.

The Role – Integrated Control and Safety Systems Engineer (ICSS)

As an Integrated Control and Safety Systems Engineer, you will provide first class support whilst being the technical focal point from the initial handover by the Sales Team, to the closing stages of projects.

For each project, your remit will include:

  • Project initiation system design, project planning and SIL classification
  • Taking care of the safety lifecycle configuration process
  • Providing technical specification to procurement and supervising suppliers
  • Modifying existing safety systems and carrying out impact analysis
  • Conducting internal testing procedures
  • Alarm rationalisation and understanding of EEMUA 191
  • Executing and leading factory and site acceptance tests, taking responsibility for the transition of projects to site and managing site installation
  • Monitoring and controlling quality of work
  • Completing all necessary documents and formalising project closures
  • DCS software configuration
  • Functional Safety SIL classifications and SIF calculations

The Package

As an Integrated Control and Safety Systems Engineer (ICSS), you’ll benefit from:

  • A salary of £40,000 to £50,000 with the level dependent on experience, plus overtime / TOIL where relevant
  • 25 days holiday plus bank holidays with increments based on length of service
  • Pension with company contribution up to 12.5% dependent upon criteria
  • Private medical insurance and healthcare scheme
  • Company car

You’ll be employed on a permanent contract working Monday to Thursday 8:30am to 5pm, and Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm. Flexibility will be required to meet customer and business needs.

You will be based at our Runcorn offices, however there will be travel to customer sites across the UK, offshore and overseas as required for each project.

Our Requirements – Integrated Control and Safety Systems Engineer (ICSS)

  • Proven experience within a similar role, gained within the oil and gas / petrochemical industry
  • Hold a TUV Functional Safety Certificate, or have sufficient knowledge of
  • Working knowledge of ISO 9001, Health and Safety at Work
  • Confident communicator with a professional manner
  • Positive self-starter with a drive to achieve results, while maintaining quality and standards
  • Hold a full UK driving licence

Although not essential, a HNC qualification within an engineering or process related subject would be highly advantageous.

All applications for this Integrated Control and Safety Systems Engineer (ICSS) vacancy are to be submitted online.

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