Fluor Graduate Control Systems Engineer in Farnborough, United Kingdom

Job Description:


Here at Fluor Limited we are now commencing our 2019 Graduate recruitment process and are currently seeking Graduate Control and Instrumentation Engineers to join our Headquarters in Farnborough, Hampshire.

Fluor Limited is the UK operating arm of Fluor Corporation, one of the world's largest engineering, procurement, construction and project management services companies.

If you have a minimum 2:1 MEng/MSc Degree or equivalent in Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering or Control and Instrumentation, then this could be an excellent opportunity to apply your degree in the Control & Instrumentation Department of a leading EPC.

Control Systems engineering responsibilities fall into five general categories:

• Support to project proposals and business development

• Development of control systems designs

• Support of detailed engineering design

• Support to work in construction, including plant commissioning

• Management and organization of all project activities

During the early part of your graduate career you will mainly be involved with development of electrical designs and supporting detailed engineering. The main activities in these two areas are:

• Participate in the development of the P&ID’s

• Development of the Instrument Index

• Development of Instrument data sheets

• Become familiar with Hazardous Areas

• Become familiar with hazardous area equipment and ATEX requirements

• Become familiar with Codes and Standards in particular IEC 61508 and 61511.

• Perform and check the most routine types of calculations and design using both computer-aided and manual design techniques

• Utilize vendor data and work with personnel in other disciplines as required for the performance of designs

• Perform squad check of vendor data and drawings from other disciplines. Assist Lead Engineer, as required

• Become familiar with the Knowledge Community and other Fluor standards and procedures

• Participate in general training programs and Fluor activities

Our Graduates

The work during the first 4 years is designed to meet the requirements of the Institution of Measurement and Control in order to achieve corporate membership and Chartered Engineer status. The work will be primarily control systems design activities carried out in our office in Farnborough, but we do look for opportunities to have trainees travel to project sites, or be based there for a period of time.

Fluor is dedicated to the development of their graduate engineers in their chosen profession to chartered status and provides excellent training and on the job opportunities. Throughout your career Fluor actively encourages both professional and personal development through a career development programme, in-house training, Fluor University, specialist development courses and mentoring. Fluor has developed an industry recognised Knowledge Management system in "Knowledge OnLine®" which provides access to our global expertise and through "OneFluorSM" we have an established platform for personal interaction and collaboration with other members of Fluor worldwide.

Fluor employs 100’s of control systems engineers globally, and many others in other disciplines. These engineers are all networked through the use of a unique knowledge management tool allowing for significant career development in terms of access to vast knowledge and experience.

The Company

Fluor is a global engineering and construction company, employing over 56,000 people globally, serving more than 4000 clients in over 100 countries. From our Farnborough office we undertake projects in the Oil and Gas, Petrochemicals, Mining, Industrial, Pharmaceutical, Transportation, Telecommunications, Power, Nuclear and Government sectors. These projects are constructed in the UK, Kazakhstan, South Africa, Guinea and Saudi Arabia.

We are involved in a wide range of projects including studies, conceptual design, front-end engineering design and full engineering, procurement and construction contracts. Our clients include major oil and gas companies, national oil companies, national governments, private investors and industrial companies. The range of experience our employees gain is vast, not only in engineering, but in project management, procurement, construction, commercial and legal aspects of the business.

Fluor has major offices and job sites in many worldwide locations providing opportunities for staff to gain invaluable global business and personal experience via short or long-term project and office assignments. Some of our project sites are located in harsh environments and remote locations which require different skill sets and expertise and where logistics are a key factor in project success. Such projects provide special challenges, but also great satisfaction and reward.

The Benefits

Competitive starting salary


9 day fortnight (every other Friday you have a 3 day weekend!)

Company Pension


Subsidised Restaurant

Subsidised social activities

Graduates Advancing to Professionalism (GAP – a company funded social and professional group, run by graduates for graduates)

The Office

Fluor’s Farnborough campus is a state-of-the-art complex situated close to 2 rail way stations. Our campus accommodates around 1,800 people and includes undercover parking, landscaped grounds with outdoor seating areas, a central coffee shop, subsidised restaurant and good access to local shopping and transportation networks. A shuttle bus service operates between the local stations and is also available at lunchtimes for trips to local shopping centres.

Job ID: 111915BR

City: Farnborough

State: Hampshire

Country: United Kingdom

We reserve the right to modify or revise the job descriptions in part or in its entirety. Reasonable accommodations will be made in accordance with governing law.

We are an equal opportunity employer that recognizes the value of a diverse workforce. All qualified individuals will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other criteria protected by federal, state or local law.