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malaysia Associate Engineer - Reliability PACO

  • Location
    (MALAYSIA) and Petaling Jaya
  • Job Reference
  • Functional Area/Experience
    Oil and Gas / Fresh Graduate

Job Description & Qualifications

The SEAM organization integrates Safety, Environment & Asset Management activities and positions from existing lines of business (Integrated Gas, Downstream & Upstream) and central teams (PTS, Asset Management Excellence). With a broad geographical footprint, this will enable the new team to support Shell’s business & assets around the world.

The VP TAO will be accountable for maximizing integrated business value across the organization. Technical Asset Operations (TAO) is a key enabler for the accelerated delivery of Shell’s Asset Management System and will help us to reach our ultimate potential in Downstream Manufacturing, Integrated Gas and Upstream. TAO provides high quality and cost-competitive technical resources who are not physically present at site yet are an integral part of asset teams delivering value through end-to-end AMS work processes.

Purpose & Accountabilities

  • Perform engineering activities covering all key areas of instrumentation technology including; flow, level, temperature, pressure measurement, control valves, and analysers.
  • Identify unit performance improvement opportunities and reliability risks, and work with Area team to determine and implement cost effective solutions.
  • Conduct or support failure analysis and causal investigation of instrumentation failures or incidents.
  • Support instrumentation equipment obsolescence planning and upgrade strategies.


  • Perform PACO engineer role and other technical functions, with scope covering technical data and documents of the operating units, manufacturing sites, chemical plants, supply chain and distribution locations.
  • This role is expected to provide remote support on the asset engineering activities.

Skills & Requirements

  • University Degree in Instrumentation & Control/Electronics & Instrumentation/Electronics/Electrical or related full-time university degree.
  • Broad exposure in Operations and Maintenance, with less than 5 years relevant experience in the Control & Automation Engineering discipline and a good understanding of the Maintenance process/system in Oil & Gas or Petro-chemical industry
  • Knowledge in Instrumentation and Controls with working experience in field instruments (including control valves), control systems (DCS, IPS, vendor local panels etc.), analyzers , hydraulic systems,  auxiliaries and interfaces system (e.g., serial link cable, Modbus, Profibus, FF etc.)
  • Ability to independently, resourcefully, and creatively research and implement new solutions.
  • Demonstrated professional competence and managerial skills, and proven ability to influence change     across an organization and geographies.
  • Exposure to Preventive/ Corrective/breakdown maintenance and turnarounds.
  • Familiar with MOC process
  • Ability to engage and effectively communicate at all levels inside and outside Shell and within different cultural settings.

Key Challenges

  • Confident to work in virtual environment and managing engagement across different levels of stakeholders, including senior management for day-to-day operations. Includes initiative to identify and help resolve business and technical issues within areas of responsibility.
  • Sound understanding of business/process workflow and having mature mindset to deal and behave under tough/challenging situations.
  • Strong proficiency in using English for both spoken and written communication, as well as using Office Communicator, Instant Messaging, Video Conferencing, Outlook, etc.
  • Resilient under pressure and able to work with people of different cultures and working styles.
  • A self-starter and reliable deliverer
  • Ability to identify continuous improvements in his own work, business processes, practices etc. to create value to the organization.


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