Control and Instrumentation Engineer, Reading, Berkshire, UK

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January 23, 2009

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Control & Instrumentation Engineer

Reference: 23 – 0014

Ref no. IRC6671.

ERS have a Client who is actively looking to appoint a Control and Instrumentation Engineer.  The successful candidate will have experience of undertaking and overviewing engineering design, installation, commissioning and maintenance requirements of a regulated site. Good understanding of the overall design philosophy from Concept to Grave design lifecycle.







Contract rate negotiable depending on skills and experience.

Key Responsibilities


Communicate with staff within appointed discipline.

Contribute to integrated safety when reviewing or producing engineering designs.

Contact with relevant professional institutions, academia and industry.

Contribute to maintenance of appointed discipline standards.

Review as requested, within appointed discipline, changes within the Project Use best practice in appointed discipline projects and services.

Maintain effective working relationships with other Authorities / disciplines.

Support knowledge base development in appointed discipline.

Ensure that all engineering staff are SQEP with regard to the activities that they perform.

Ensure that all engineering staff undertake risk assessments for all tasks and work to the requirements of relevant SSoW and CDM Implementation of National Standards and Statutory Codes of Practice; and our Clients’ SAPs.

Ensure that SQESH corporate objectives are met.

To discuss this or similar posts, please contact ERS on 01454 203 460, or submit a CV to, to register your interest or apply for this position, further details available at


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