Instrumentation, Controls and Electrical Engineering
and Electrical (ICE) Engineers are responsible for front-line engineering support for instrumentation, control systems and electrical systems on Woodside’s onshore and offshore operating facilities.
As an Electrical Engineering Instrumentation and Control (ICE) graduate, you will work in a multi-disciplinary engineering team and will be primarily responsible for troubleshooting, investigating and optimising equipment and work processes, to maximise the longer-term integrity and availability of the facilities. In addition, you will have the opportunity to be in the design teams for new projects where construction and commissioning support is needed.
Interested in a career in Electrical Engineering Instrumentation and Control with Woodside?