CAMS AND TECHNICAL TRAINING ASSISTANT

  • Full time, permanent role
  • Starting salary £29,000 plus benefits

Dragon LNG are recruiting for a CAMS and Technical Training Assistant to join our dedicated training team. 

Developing and sustaining a highly skilled workforce is critical to the success and safe operation of the Dragon LNG site.  The CAMS and Training team are responsible for both the strategic and operational execution of training and competence processes throughout the organisation.  The successful candidate will assist with the planning, coordinating and implementation of the Dragon LNG competency assurance system, to include implementation of assessments and internal verifications.

The role accountabilities will include:

  • Responsibility for day to day scheduling of assessments.
  • Assisting front-line supervisors to plan assessments and training.
  • Producing performance reports.
  • Updating, recording, and maintaining the Dragon LNG CAMS database.
  • Maintenance of the technical training matrix and associated training records, to ensure continued technical compliance.
  • Responsibility for working with the Technical Training Manager, to define asset reporting requirements.
  • Undertaking CAMS competence assessments.
  • Undertaking internal verification for both the CAMS System and an externally awarded courses.
  • Coordinating the Dragon LNG Apprenticeship programme.
  • Contributing to the review and update of the Dragon CAMS assessment documentation.
  • Providing training and mentoring support for Dragon trainee assessors.

The successful candidate will preferably have:

  • Experience in the Oil & Gas Industry (preferably in LNG) in Training and Development.
  • Experience in Operations and Maintenance.
  • Experience in security and advanced driving.
  • Experience in Emergency/Crisis Response
  • Experience of Competency Assurance Management Systems.
  • Experienced Assessor.
  • Experienced Internal Verifier.

Please click here to view the full Job Description.

To apply, please submit a CV and covering letter to recruitment@dragonlng.com

Application deadline: 09:00 on Monday 31st May 2021.

SHIFT OPERATOR

  • Permanent role, full time, shift work
  • Starting salary circa £45,000 per annum plus benefits

Dragon LNG are recruiting for a Shift Operator to join our highly skilled and dedicated team. 

The successful candidate will work as part of a team to implement operational plans and procedures, ensuring compliance with all Health, Safety and Environmental requirements, working to optimise the facility operation in line with Dragon LNG performance criteria.

The role responsibilities will include:

  • Participate and assist in the safe unloading of LNG cargoes.
  • Monitor, control and operate terminal components.
  • Develop understanding and proficiency in the operation of all plant processes.
  • Ensure that safe practices are always adhered to.
  • Record readings and observations and perform required inspections and tests.
  • Participate in Shift emergency drills, toolbox talks & procedure reviews.
  • Promote and continuously improve Dragon LNG shift activities and processes.
  • Safely remove and return pieces of equipment from service for maintenance.
  • Champion Dragon LNG values and behaviours at all times, effectively working as part of a team across a multi-disciplinary site.

The successful candidate will have:

  • Previous experience in an Operations role.
  • Knowledge of UK and international codes of practice in the LNG industry.
  • Knowledge of health, safety and environmental requirements associated with a top tier COMAH installation.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Team player and result oriented.
  • Computer literacy including using various IT packages.
  • High level of numeracy, literacy and an aptitude for problem solving.
  • QCF in Downstream Field Operations or its equivalent.
  • A good level of fitness and ability to work at height.

Please click here to view the full Job Description.

To apply, please submit a CV and covering letter to recruitment@dragonlng.com

Application deadline: 09:00hrs on Friday 28th May 2021

 

CONTROL AND INSTRUMENTATION

At Dragon we provide safe, reliable and competitive access to the UK’s natural gas market as one of only three Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) terminals.

The Control and Instrumentation (C&I) team are responsible for installing, managing and maintaining Control and Instrumentation equipment, which is used to monitor and control engineering systems, machinery and processes within the LNG facility.

C&I Design Engineer

  • £50-60k per annum + benefits

The C&I Design Engineer is responsible for the design, planning and implementation of Control and Instrumentation projects. They will ensure the highest level of safety and environmental compliance, working in line with company policies and procedures, appropriate legislation, and relevant codes of practice.

The jobholder’s responsibilities will include:

  • Translating design concepts into scheme drawings to include P&IDs, general arrangements, architecture drawings, line drawings, loop diagrams, hook ups, schematic and other detailed design drawings, in accordance with relevant standards.
  • Development of project conceptual design, prior to entering the conventional engineering, procurement, and construction phases.
  • Overseeing and carrying out the design activity.  Adhering to best practice in terms of design reviews, Safety Reviews, Risk Assessments, Constructability Reviews, SIL Assessments etc.
  • Understanding project time and cost constraints and capable of accurately reporting your work progress and supporting the development of work breakdowns, estimates and programmes.
  • Contributing to the continuous improvement strategy for Control and Instrumentation systems across the terminal and implement continuous improvement Capital and Operational projects under the direction of the C&I Project Engineer.
  • Undertaking Project Management responsibility when required, in line with the Management of Change process. 
  • Identifying and assessing risk in all forms applied to project design and implementation which includes health and safety requirements and environmental considerations.
  • Ensuring full implementation of HSSE policies associated with the role, establishing a working environment that gives a sense of ownership regarding HSSE performance in a project environment.

The successful candidate will be qualified to degree or HND level in Electrical or C&I engineering and would ideally be a Chartered Engineer or looking to progress to chartered status. 

They will demonstrate extensive Control & Instrumentation experience associated with process plant projects and modifications, including experience of:

  • Working in a C&I Design role, preferably at a top tier COMAH side within the Oil and Gas industry.
  • Undertaking all aspects of project management and engineering on C&I projects, from the initial brief through to project closure.
  • Ensuring that the projects are scoped and executed in line with Management of Change and project quality management processes.
  • C&I project delivery and working in an engineering environment to include commissioning of new or modified Control and Instrumentation equipment and/or systems.
  • AutoCAD software packages and creating engineering designs within a project team.
  • Preparation and implementation of design, construction, and material supply contracts, from conception through to completion.
  • The design, implementation and testing of control systems which could include any of the following; development of functional design documentation, Emergency shutdown protection system design, PLCs hardware & software design, field instrumentation, HMI & SCADA systems, remote telemetry systems, electrical panel design, factory acceptance tests, site commissioning.

A copy of the full job description can be viewed HERE.

To apply, please submit a CV and covering letter to recruitment@dragonlng.com

Application deadline: 09:00hrs on Monday 24th May 2021

Control Engineer

  • £50-60k per annum + benefits

The Control Engineer is responsible for the safe and reliable operation of the LNG terminal’s Integrated Control System (ICS), ensuring the highest level of safety and environmental compliance.

Working in line with company policies and procedures, appropriate legislation, and relevant codes of practice, the jobholder’s responsibilities will include the following:

  • Configuring and maintaining the Emerson DeltaV Integrated Control system, including the terminal’s Emergency Shutdown and Fire and Gas systems.
  • Implementing preventive and corrective maintenance activities on ICS equipment, including network hardware and IT based equipment. 
  • Implementing reliability strategies to identify potential equipment failures and ensure optimum plant availability. 
  • Defining and implementing preventative and corrective maintenance strategies on the DeltaV Process Control System (PCS), DeltaV Safety Instrumented System (SIS) and general control systems across the terminal. 
  • Liaising with OEM vendors to ensure that product upgrades and maintenance strategies on ICS equipment are being correctly deployed.  
  • Contributing to the continuous improvement strategy for Control systems across the terminal and implement continuous improvement Capital and Operational projects under the direction of the Systems Engineer.
  • Identifying and assessing risk in all forms applied to Control system maintenance which includes health and safety requirements and environmental considerations.
  • Ensuring full implementation of HSSE policies associated with the role, establishing a working environment that gives a sense of ownership regarding HSSE performance in maintenance environment.

The successful candidate will be qualified to degree or HND level in an appropriate engineering discipline.  They will demonstrate extensive experience in the installation, commissioning and maintenance of control system equipment, including the following:

  • Working in a Control Engineer role preferably at a top tier COMAH site within the Oil and Gas industry.
  • Demonstrable knowledge and experience of the installation and maintenance of Emerson DeltaV Control Systems, to include both PCS and SIS.  Relevant training, certification and competence records will be required.
  • Demonstrable knowledge and experience of the installation and maintenance of Emerson DeltaV virtual and conventional network architectures. Relevant training, certification and competence records will be required.  
  • Maintaining process control and safety critical systems in hazardous areas.
  • Implementing Control system improvements in line with Management of Change and project quality management processes.
  • Control system project delivery and working in an engineering environment to include commissioning of new, or modified Control equipment and systems.
  • The design, implementation and testing of control systems which could include any of the following; development of functional design documentation, Emergency shutdown protection system design, PLCs hardware & software design, field instrumentation, HMI & SCADA systems, remote telemetry systems, electrical panel design, factory acceptance tests.

A copy of the full job description can be viewed HERE.

To apply, please submit a CV and covering letter to recruitment@dragonlng.com

Application deadline: 09:00hrs on Monday 24th May 2021

APPRENTICESHIP OPPORTUNITY

CONTROL AND INSTRUMENTATION APPRENTICESHIP

  • 4 year apprenticeship programme

Dragon LNG have an exciting opportunity to join our team in a Control and Instrumentation Apprenticeship commencing in September 2021.  The Apprenticeship is a 4-year programme with the successful applicant enrolling at Pembrokeshire College and undertaking qualifications up to HNC level.

The Control and Instrumentation Apprenticeship position is a fantastic opportunity to begin a career in engineering.  Control and Instrumentation (C&I) Technicians are responsible for installing, managing and maintaining equipment (preventive and corrective activities), which is used to monitor and control engineering systems, machinery and processes. 

Through a supported learning experience, the apprenticeship will provide a thorough understanding of the operational processes at Dragon LNG, with hands on work experience in addition to the theoretical learning at Pembrokeshire College.  You will be able to put your knowledge into practice working with our highly skilled Technicians on site.

The successful applicant should have:

  • At least five GCSEs (at grade C or above), or equivalent, in Mathematics, English, Science and a Technology based subject.
  • An interest in engineering, particularly Control and Instrumentation.
  • The desire to learn and develop higher level skills with the support and guidance of experienced practitioners.
  • The desire and ability to achieve qualifications at or above NVQ level 3 and HNC.
  • A capable user of Information Technology.
  • Self-motivation, good problem-solving skills and the ability to work effectively as a member of a team.
  • A good level of fitness and the ability to work at height.

The apprenticeship programme will consist of:

Year 1 – Full Time Study at Pembrokeshire College with 6 weeks work experience at Dragon LNG (one day every other week during term time and mutually agreed dates during College holidays).

Years 2, 3 & 4 – Attending Pembrokeshire College one day per week to continue studies and working on site at Dragon LNG.

To apply, please download an application form HERE. Email applications to recruitment@dragonlng.com

Please contact the HR team if you have any queries on 01646 691730 or email recruitment@dragonlng.com

Application deadline: 17:00hrs on Friday 21st May 2021