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Instrument Engineer

Posted by Easwaran Kanason

26-May-2018


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NRG-JD-992679

Introduction

SPIE Oil & Gas Services, a specialist subsidiary of the SPIE Group, is an international company providing services to the oil and gas industry. * SPIE Oil & Gas Services provides its clients, which include oil companies, engineering firms and oil and gas contractors, a complete range of resources, skills and services for exploring and investigating new fields, building and operating facilities, and optimising production under optimal safety, cost, deadline and quality conditions. * SPIE Oil & Gas Services, which is currently established in Europe, Africa, Asia Pacific and the Middle East, can call on the services of 4,000 trained, loyal and valued individuals in 23 countries across five major business lines, including well services, systems integration, expertise services, competence development and asset support. * Boasting a global view of the market and resources that are readily available, SPIE Oil & Gas Services delivers performance that is measured and appraised through a regional approach. The company is true to its values as it is to its quality, health, safety and environmental commitments.

Key Responsibilities

  • Perform audits and QA/QC.
  • Deliver recommendations for repairs.

Job Requirements

  • Minimum of 7 years of experience, with experience in offshore operations .
  • Preference will be given to Malaysian candidates only.

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