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Maintenance Technician Engineering

Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, United Kingdom
October 30, 2020

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Lee Moody

Instrument Commissioning Technician

** ***** ***, *********, *************, TS7 0DB

Mobile: 074******** E-mail:

Date of Birth: 24th September 1990

Nationality: British

Driving Licence: Full UK

Fully qualified and very experienced Instrument Commissioning and Maintenance Technician.

Through my career so far, I have managed to balance Commissioning and Maintenance to better my knowledge and understanding of many Instrumentation and control systems and equipment. Having best of both sides of Instrumentation, I have been exposed to the up and coming technologies at the forefront of Oil and Gas Engineering philosophies such as wireless control systems, as well as earlier pneumatic control systems and philosophies.

I am passionate about engineering and strive to be at the front of the driving force of Oil and gas technologies and systems learning as much as possible on the way.

I am currently working under Petrofac as an Instrument Technician (maintenance) for Total E&P UK – North Alwyn.

My latest commissioning role and most satisfying job in my career so far, was for BP on the Clair Ridge Project, I had a great exposure to new control designs and philosophies, utilising Foundation Field bus and the ever improving and reliable Delta V HART system incorporating wireless and hard wired communications and transmission, along with a great health and safety culture which I have always adopted on every asset I’ve visited.

Prior to this my commissioning experience extends to the Montrose Alpha – MONARB Project for 15 months and the Gryphon Alpha (Compression CPU Modification) reporting directly to the Lead ICSS and Instrument Commissioning Technicians along with Commissioning Managers and Engineers across all trades. Using my knowledge of offshore health & safety legislation I also prepared work permits (ECOW/ ISSOW/ P-vision), task risk assessments and safety checklists as well as leading tool box talks.

I possess the competence and confidence to work as an individual and have done so on both day and night shift in commissioning and maintenance roles, but also enjoy working as part of a team, supporting others in achieving a common goal. I am an excellent communicator and have a good working relationship with colleagues across all departments.

I am extremely self motivated and are driven by targets and deadlines, combined with a can-do attitude I ensure I put 100% into all tasks.

Key Skills & Achievements

I have been appointed the role of Lead commissioning technician on Instrumentation, ICSS and DCS systems on a new UCP, Delta V SIS system.

Extensive First-hand Experience carrying out commissioning, fault finding and maintenance on Emerson’s Delta V SIS Charm, DELTA V HART and Fieldbus systems

Commissioning of new UCP, HMI and existing Instrumentation and Equipment as well as first line response to Maintenance and Breakdowns.

In depth experience commissioning using Invensys Schneider ICSS, tied in with SCADA and DCS in some cases.

Implement fault finding skills and introduce safe and strategic resolutions in a timely and efficient manner to meet goals set by Engineers and Supervisors.

Introduce training of new ‘UCP’ package to core staff relative to the new HMI, Instrumentation and loop updates.

Document controller and co-ordinator to ensure all changes and work scopes were captured by red line drawings and Permits, following strict Health and safety rules and regulations.

ICSS Screen Operations, co-ordinating and carrying out commissioning activities and monitoring live and flat Process’, and fire & Gas safety systems.

Carried out Dynamic Commissioning and fault finding, following control narratives and procedures, through the ICSS/DCS and signing off completion of loops and systems.

Fault finding and testing of ESD 1,2,3 trips and inter-trips.

SIF and SIL testing with IVB present.

Implement and Remove ESD forces from Schneider/ Invensys Logic Blocks.

Understand and manipulate ICSS logic and ICSS face plates to simulate and test Instrumentation and DCS functionality.

Carry out hot and cold loop testing back to the ICSS from the field for all process, life support and fire and gas systems including calibration and function testing.

Carryout Control tuning of control systems Using P&I control.

Gained AIP/AEP authorisation allowing me to carry out personal and full isolations on ELV and LV equipment as well as Process and Hydraulics,

Access to PMCS, PMS and ASSAI to access ITR’s, PES’s and other commissioning and

engineering documentation, diagrams and drawings.

Carryout Green/Red lining on Commissioning and hand over documentation of

outstanding and completed diagrams and documents.

Liaised directly with Completion Engineers to complete and populate all required engineering documents identifying complete and incomplete Systems and Sub-systems

Maintenance / Breakdown work on many instrumentation, control, telecommunication and Fire & Gas systems

HVAC/fire & gas protection system

Utilising Maximo/ SAP to create work orders and close out completed work

Hazardous area inspections and repairs

Permit to work originator and work leader

Carried out fabrications of new tubing systems for Instrumentation and equipment keeping down time to a minimum.

Keen to implement and adopt new health and safety initiatives to enable me to carry out day to day tasks safely as well as lead by example and ensure all work party members are safe and pursue safe operations at all times.

Employment History:

Petrofac – Total E&P UK North Alwyn, North Sea

November 2019 – Present

Instrument Maintenance Technician

QEDI/ Wood Commissioning - BP Clair Ridge, West Of Shetland

November 2017 – November 2019

Instrument Commissioning, Start UP Assist & Maintenance

Petrofac - CNR International, Tiffany, North Sea

September 2017 – November 2017

Ad-hoc Instrument Technician (Maintenance, Decommissioning)

Petrofac - Enquest, Nothern Producer – FPF, North Sea

August 2017 – September 2017

Ad-hoc Instrument Technician (Maintenance Technician)

QEDI - Maersk Oil UK Gryphon Alpha, North Sea

July 2017 – August 2017

ICSS/ Instrument Commissioning Technician

QEDI - Repsol/ Talisman Montrose Alpha, MONARB Project, North Sea

April 2016 – July 2017

ICSS/ Instrument Commissioning Technician

Maersk Oil UK, Janice Alpha FPU, North Sea

October 2015 – March 2016

Instrument Technician (maintenance)

Maersk Oil UK, Janice Alpha FPU, North Sea – OPITO Apprenticeship

April 2014 – October 2015

Instrument Technician Apprentice- OPITO approved apprenticeship in Instrumentation & Control NVQ level 3 in Instrumentation & Control


Edinburgh College – OPITO Apprenticeship

HNC Measurement & Control Engineering

SVQ level 2 Performing Engineering Operations

SVQ level 1 Process Operations: Hydrocarbons

National Certificate in Engineering Systems

University of Teesside

HNC Instrumentation and Control Engineering

Middlesbrough College

National Diploma in Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Nunthorpe School

9 GCSE’s Grade ‘C’ and above


Comp ‘EX’ Hazardous Area’s Course (EX01, EX02, EX03, and EX04)- Control of Work - PA & AA, Working at Height, Gas Monitoring for Hot Work Sites Level 3 - Offshore Survival Including BOSIET/ MIST/ Medical Certificate - Spade Adam Blast Awareness - Repsol/ Talisman and BP Permit to Work (ISSOW Level 1/2), ECOW/ E-vision, Maersk UK ‘COW’ and PTW Level 1&2 - Electricity at Work Regulations - TLM 015 - AFST (SBT01) Fittings and Tube Bending - Swagelok SBT01, Hydratight - Hydraulically Torque and Tension Bolted Connection Techniques, First Aid for Electric Shock


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