TAR Workpack Specialist - Grangemouth

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Ref: 1319 Date Posted: Saturday 18 Jun 2022
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TAR I/E Workpack Specialist - Contract 2024



Job Purpose

  • Reporting to the TAR Lead the I/E Workpack Specialist will provide engineering expertise and technical support to the TAR team.
  • This is in support of large Turnarounds planned to take place.


  • Each TAR will have approximately 500 workpacks that will require E/I input or lead
  • The role will require some periods of flexible working to meet business critical demands. It includes working with the INEOS TAR & asset teams and also with the TAR contractors and 3rd party vendors.
  • The post-holder will be required to interact with and influence others (e.g. planners/schedulers, COW/RAP team, and contractors to ensure plans are achievable and to facilitate the timely and safe delivery of all work within budget.

Principle Accountabilities

  • Provide construction engineering input and expertise to ensure the shutdown (TAR) is delivered safely & on time.
  • Accountable for the preparation, quality and delivery of all information required for their allocated TAR workpacks within the agreed milestones.
  • Prepare job sketches (or drawings if possible) that clearly identify the scope and materials.
  • Ensure all inspection and operations requirements including agreed isolations are incorporated.
  • Preparation of SIP (scaffold, insulation or painting) requests that are detailed and clear.
  • Prepare bills of material (BoM) that are correct and accurate – check against approved E&I specifications. Clearly identify direct purchase materials or contractor supplied (e.g consumable) to the TAR materials coordinator.
  • Prepare the Job breakdown identifying all 3rd party requirements and resources hours using agreed norms or estimates.
  • Identify any long lead or special items to the appropriate TAR discipline engineer for approval.
  • During the TAR preparations phase, take a leading role in developing construction methodologies and schedules which deliver the TAR scope within the system windows. Consider any other TAR scopes, simultaneous operations or SHE/permit requirements to prepare robust and tested plans with the TAR planning team.
  • Look for any opportunities to maximise pre-TAR works or alternative rationale for performing works outside of a TAR. Both with the benefit of removing scope from the TAR executions.
  • Communicate and agree these plans with the appointed TAR contractors through to execution.
  • During the TAR you will take up a role within one of the execution area teams to deliver the agreed scope safely & on schedule.


  • Trade Qualifications or equivalent in Electrical or Instrument and Control discipline
  • Relevant TAR experience in a similar role
  • Experienced in Construction Supervision
  • Knowledge of Instrument and Electrical design principles including an understanding of petrochemical process hazard and risk assessment as it applies to instrument and electrical process equipment and its associated systems.
  • Ability to interpret P&IDs and all associated E&I diagrams such as loop, wiring, cable block, terminations, GA’s, routings etc and cable schedules
  • Experience of working within multi-disciplined engineering teams
  • Able to communicate effectively at all levels
  • Experienced Excel user and all other MS office applications

How to Apply

Interested candidates should submit their CV and press apply