Chief Engineer for conventional field instrumentation (CFI)
Non fixed term
TA - DESIGN & ENGINEERING
de 80 à 100 k€
As a Chief Engineer for conventional field instrumentation (CFI), you will work in an international team and be responsible for a part of CFI.
You will plan measurements (pressure, temperature, flow rate etc.) and integrate them into systems for control technology.
As a part of the project leadership, you will take full responsibility for the delivered end product.
· Responsible for the engineering activities of all groups in CFI measuring sites
· Represent and deliver solutions to customers and authorities
· Define processes and workflows for the project
· Carry out quality controls for all systems and products and approve them with subcontractors
· Analyse data and create reports for review
· Support and advise colleagues working on the project
Bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering, automation, measurement and control technology or equivalent field of study
Several years of experience in project development and implementation of measurement technologies
Experience in large industrial facility projects
Very good knowledge of the measurement principles of the various field instrumentation tools
Basic knowledge of the principles of nuclear quality qualification according to different regulations (KTA, RCC-E, IEEE) is desirable
Experience working on a project team or in management.
With excellent communication and organizational skills, you will lead your project team to success and motivate your team members to perform.
You will confidently adapt to colleagues, customers and situations, whether national or international, to meet any challenge.
Position subject to administrative investigation.
Specialization: TAL - Instrumentation and Control
Min. level of education required Master
Place: Belgium, Europe, Bruxelles
Employment level: Engineer & Executive
Position under administrative investigation: Oui
Item subject to export control authorization: Oui