Job Performance Standards:

  • Safety, Environmental Health and Housekeeping Performance Standards
  • Attend and actively participate in 12 safety meetings.
  • Complete all training requirements as identified in Diamond learning profile.
  • Carry out audits and inspections in line with agreed programmes.
  • Close out safety related actions (from audit or investigation) within specified time (see EA&T)
  • Carry out risk assessments before undertaking potentially hazardous activities
  • Actively look for potential hazards, notify via HONK and where possible take first action to solve.
  • Carry out responsibilities identified in the Quality, Environmental and Fiscal Instruments workflow, Critical Instrument PM Compliance workflow and Overrides procedure.
  • Understand and comply with Site Electrical Safety Rules and Electricity at Work Regulations


  • Carry out responsibilities identified in roles and responsibilities database
  • Comply with Information Asset Management (IAM) requirements
  • Improve/maintain housekeeping in engineering owned areas
  • Arrange cover when planning absences from site
  • Book absences from site via planning spreadsheet
  • Maintain Workday as a live document to reflect current status of objectives
  • Prepare for, and participate in, regular reviews with team leader.

EI Engineering

  • Maintain and update relevant EI documentation ( e.g. drawings, ATEX Hazardous area reports, SAP data)
  • Supervise key EI maintenance contracts and ensure adequate records are kept.
  • Liaise with external EI repairers to ensure quality and cost effectiveness of repairs.
  • Develop, maintain and apply standards and procedures for the design and maintenance of EI systems.
  • Identify opportunities for improved plant performance through the application of EI technology.
  • Define and approve EI information on P&ID status documentation.
  • Provide expertise to scope reviews, HAZOPs, alarm reviews, safety audits and investigation teams as required.
  • Perform role of stores steward for EI spares to ensure maintenance spares holding is regularly reviewed and adequate to support site requirements.
  • Provide support to workshop and area engineers to resolve EI maintenance issues.
  • Provide technical training to other personnel.
  • Contribute to key EI group improvement projects.
  • Share knowledge internally/externally via forums such as Natural Work Groups and Group meetings.



  • Master Degree in Electrical Engineering, Instrumentation Engineering is required.
  • You have recently finished your Master’s studies (Fresh Graduate) or have maximum 2years of experience.
  • Good technical and interpersonal skill-set, innovative, flexible and open-minded in a lifelong learning environment.

Note: Relocation assistance is not aligned with this role.