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Jotne Industrier AS

Address: Grenseveien 107, 0663 OSLO
Phone: +47 23171500
Web: www.jotne.no

Vacancy Details

Created 09.08.2013
Expires 31.10.2013
Company Jotne Industrier AS
Employment Full-time
Job type Permanent
County Oslo
Phone +47 23171500
Email post@jotne.no
WWW www.jotne.no

We are hiring a Lead Electrical & Instrumentation Engineer

As Lead Electrical & Instrumentation Engineer, you will be responsible for layout 
and design of electrical & instrumentation systems.


Your role:

 Responsibility for design and specification related to electrical & instrumentation systems and layout.
 Responsibility for the necessary tools, systems and latest technology developments required to perform the work within the electrical & instrumentation area.
 Contribution to the development and implementation of efficient methods, systems and discipline procedures for execution.
 If required, responsibility as project leader for projects. 

Preferred qualifications and qualities:

 Master or Bachelor degree
 More than 3 years’ experience
 Knowledge of offshore regulations and standards
 Good communication skills in English
 Offshore experience, petroleum or maritime-related work an advantage


We can offer:

 The opportunity to have real impact, and to getting things done
 Participation in the management of a company in growth in an exciting oil and gas market
 Good working environment and interaction with competent and proactive colleagues
 Competitive salary and conditions
 Opportunity for shares in the company
 Flexibility in relation to location                              

Contact information:

For more information about this role please contact Bernt Kristian Poulsson atbernt.kristian.poulsson@jotne.comor telephone (+47) 414  31 829

Applications with a CV should be e-mailed toanna.langholen@jotne.com, or submitted directly via jotne.no/jobb.

Further information about our organisation is available on our website www.jotne.no