GE Nigeria Vacancies: Systems and Instrumentation Engineer

Posted on :

13 Aug, 2009

Category :

Engineering Jobs in Nigeria

geoilgasTitle : Systems and Instrumentation Engineer
Company : General Electric
Location : Nigeria

GE Nigeria is looking for suitable and qualified Engineer for the post of  Systems and Instrumentation Engineer.

The Systems Engineer position is to perform installation, commissioning & trouble shooting of Bently Nevada systems & software at customer sites.


  • Minimum four-year Bachelor of Engineering degree from an accredited college or university, Electronics or Instrumentation Engineering background.
  • Must have at least 3+ years of post-qualification experience working energy and/or oil & gas instrumentation.
  • Demonstrate assurance dealing with people.
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills to convey technical concepts to business and technical personal.
  • Ability to work under stressful working conditions including.
  • Basic Knowledge of networking hardware and protocols.
  • Basic knowledge of Modbus, OPC, NetDDE and serial communications (RS232, 422, 485).
  • Electronics and/or mechanical trouble shooting skills. “Hand-on approach.


  • Install & configure Bently Nevada hardware & software required for protecting and managing a wide variety of machine types encountered in the Oil & Gas, Power Generation, Petrochemicals, Pulp & Paper, and other process industries.
  • Assure jobs are executed in accordance with the cost allocations, which are budgeted.
  • Assure the job is executed in a timely manner and in accordance with the customer’s schedule.
  • Understand contractual commitments.
  • Identify problems and take the initiative to eliminate those problems for project success.
  • Desired Characteristics B.E. (Electronics or Instrumentation) with four years of relative Industrial experiences.
  • 3+ years Experience working on energy and/or oil & gas instrumentation.
  • Knowledge of Bently products and service machinery protection management system is preferable.

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