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Electrical, Instrument and Controls Manager

Job type:
Permanent staff

Apollo supports a range of services across Exploration and Production, Asset Life Extension, Electrification, Decommissioning & Repurposing and Decarbonisation & Emissions Reduction. As part of the on-going strategy for growth, Apollo is recruiting an Electrical, Instrument and Controls Manager to lead a team delivering a portfolio of engineering services from its Aberdeen office. This is a full-time staff position.

Job purpose

Reporting to the Consultancy Manager, you will manage and supervise a team of engineers responsible for the technical execution of engineering projects across Apollo’s business. As the EI&C Manager you will be overseeing; Electrification studies, brownfield and greenfield projects across concept, FEED, and detailed design, HV/LV switchgear modifications, power system analysis studies, obsolescence studies and many more E&I related scopes. As part of the role you will support technical and commercial bids and engage with business development in the promotion of Apollo’s services.

Key responsibilities:

  • Manage a team of multi-skilled engineers within the Electrical and Instruments & Controls disciplines
  • Responsible for the delivery of all discipline engineering and design ensuring designs are fit for purpose and comply with Apollo’s HSEQ processes and procedures
  • Responsible for leadership, continual development, mentorship, and guidance to all team members
  • Accountable for the engineering competence of all team members in line with Apollo’s competence and assurance procedures
  • Responsible for discipline resource management
  • Responsible for attaining discipline KPI’s
  • Responsible for strengthening existing and developing new discipline service capabilities
  • Support and lead technical and commercial bids and other business development content
  • At all times working with due regard to safety, quality, and the environment
  • Undertaking the role of Principal Engineer relevant to experience, as necessary.

Essential Experience and skills:

  • Engineering degree relevant to Electrical or Instruments & Controls Engineering
  • Chartered engineer or working towards obtaining chartered status
  • Demonstratable experience of working in a similar role
  • Demonstrable Electrical or Instruments & Controls experience applied to Oil and Gas (Offshore platforms, FPSO and Petrochem plants) or relevant energy sectors
  • Knowledge and understanding of renewable energy preferably with demonstratable experience
  • Knowledge and understanding of international standards relating to electrical/instruments equipment and system design, current legislative and industry requirements
  • Up to date knowledge of current industry technologies relevant to the discipline
  • Experienced in working in and managing teams during different project life cycles (concept, FEED and detailed design)
  • Ability to communicate directly with clients, manufacturers, and suppliers
  • Demonstrate strong commercial awareness and experience in package management activities.

Personal skills:

  • Excellent leadership, organisational, interpersonal, and communication skills
  • Ability to work efficiently and effectively when managing multiple tasks
  • Must be self-motivated, results-oriented, and be flexible to work well under tight schedules in a fast-paced multi-disciplinary team environment
  • Evidence of a commitment to continual learning and professional development

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