Graduate Instrument Engineer

Working at THREE60

At THREE60 you will find technically and commercially exciting work in a dynamic environment, where you can achieve your potential and ambitions. You will be part of an entrepreneurial team that shares and learns openly to achieve a common set of goals.

Graduate Instrument Engineer

Electrical Engineer

Job posting date: 27.06.24
Closing date: 31.08.24
Job Title: Graduate Instrument Engineer
Responsible to: Line Manager
Location: Aberdeen UK

Company Overview

THREE60 Energy is a fast-developing energy services group aiming to deliver a more complete solution for owners, developers and operators of energy assets. Its strategy is to build a portfolio of oilfield services operating across the entire asset life cycle within the oil and gas industry both onshore and offshore. THREE60 has already acquired both capability and leadership across different geographies in Reservoir Engineering, Well Engineering, Facilities Engineering, Construction and Commissioning and Operations and Maintenance.

Job Purpose

Due to the continued growth and expansion of the THREE60 business across various energy sectors, we are looking for a Graduate Instrument Engineer to join our team in Aberdeen. 

Basic Purpose of Role

Execute discipline engineering activities within budget and schedule as directed by the Line Manager. 

Key Responsibilities & Accountabilities

Main Duties:

  1. Maintain the required technical quality of work
  2. Ensure scope and schedule changes are identified in accordance with the Change Control Process
  3. Actively report progress and identify any issues to Line Manager
  4. Ensure that designs comply with the relevant Codes, Standards, Regulations and procedures
  5. Ensure, as far as is practically possible, that all assigned work is carried out in compliance with the agreed budget and schedule
  6. Keep up-to-date with technical developments, National and International standards and legislative requirements related to the discipline scope
  7. Visit the Assets specific to scope when necessary
  8. Ensure discipline filing system for allocated activities is maintained
  9. Encourage and provide lateral learning within the Project
  10. Where possible identify potential improvements in current working practices and systems



  1. Degree qualification in Instrument & Control Engineering or Electronic & Electrical Engineering (or equivalent). [ ◉ ]
  2. Member of the IET and working towards Professional Registration (CEng) [ ◉ ]

Specific Training / Specialist Skills:

  1. Fully conversant with relevant Microsoft applications [ ◉ ]
  2. Awareness of discipline specific engineering applications [ ]
  3. Awareness of discipline specific codes and standards [ ]
  4. Willing to complete BOSIET Offshore survival certification [ ◉ ]


  1. Awareness in the practical application of the relevant engineering principles and their application to engineering projects [ ◉ ]
  2. Awareness of most engineering materials used within the discipline [ ]
  3. Awareness of the requirements and needs of other disciplines [ ]

Personal Skills:

  1. Capable of representing THREE60 to business associates in a professional manner [ ◉ ]
  2. Team player [ ◉ ]
  3. Computer literate in Microsoft Office Applications [ ◉ ]
  4. Displays confidence in own abilities and is motivated to deliver [ ◉ ]
  5. Ability to investigate and interpret data [ ◉ ]
  6. Ability to be responsive [ ◉ ]
  7. Good communication skills [ ◉ ]


  1. Essential requirement that must be met before a candidate is appointed unless approved by the Engineering Director [ ◉ ]
  2. Desirable requirement. Candidate may be appointed, with discretion, without full achievement of criterion but the indicated competence should be developed [ ]

If you have significant engineering experience in the energy sector then we would like to hear from you! If interested, then click ‘apply now’ to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV:

Your Application

Due to the anticipated high volume of applicants, we may be unable to personally respond to all applicants unless you are selected to progress in the recruitment process.

We would therefore like to take this opportunity to thank you for your interest in this vacancy.