Are you a highly driven Distributed Control Systems Engineer with a strong track record within the Oil and Gas industry? If so, read on if you would welcome the opportunity to utilise your expertise working autonomously, whilst being part of a team of experienced professionals, thinkers and selfstarters who are willing to go the extra mile for customers. My client has a global network of 113 companys spans 60 countries. Founded in 1915, the US$3.5 billion company engages in cuttingedge research and innovation. The client is active in the industrial automation and control (IA), test and measurement, aviation and other businesses segments. The client has a wealth of experience in every part of the oil and gas business, providing solutions that enhance safety, ensure accurate and reliable operation, and increase plant efficiency. Continuous improvement is a key principle and the business goal is for sustainable growth, satisfied customers and personal development of employees. Reporting to the IA Team Leader, your mission as a Distributed Control Systems Engineer will be to provide first class support whilst being the technical focal point from hand over by sales to project closing. For each project your remit will include; project initiation system design; project planning; detailed design; configuration; provide technical specification to procurement and supervision of suppliers; internal testing; executing or leading the Factory Acceptance Test, transition to site, site installation, commissioning and Site Acceptance Test, resulting in a customer accepted and handed over system, with documents authorised by the customer; monitoring and controlling the quality of work; and formalising project closures. To be considered for this Systems Engineer (DCS) role, youll have the following experience, qualifications, skills, knowledge and attributes; Experience in a similar role within the oil and gas / petrochemical industry Experience with Functional Safety including IEC61508/IEC61511 desirable Understanding of ISO 9001 and Health and Safety at Work Act Ability to work with minimal supervision, whilst an effective team player as part of a structured team Confident communicator with a professional manner, and the ability to absorb and impart factual information to others and work within standard operating procedures A positive selfstarter with drive to achieve results in a friendly manner, but at the same time maintain quality and standards Full UK driving licence Applicants with Offshore certificates are highly desired, however full training can be provided.Competitive salary: Level dependent on experience, plus overtime/TOIL where relevant. Superb benefits: Company car, pension with company contribution up to 12.5% dependent upon criteria, private medical insurance and healthcare scheme, 25 days holiday plus bank holidays with increments based on length of service. SThree are committed to ensuring equal opportunities, fairness of treatment, dignity, worklife balance and the elimination of all forms of discrimination in the workplace for all staff and job applicants. We welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons, regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.