The Electrical and Mechanical Specialist (E&M 2) is a position that provides electrical and mechanical maintenance work as well as field operations for BP US Terminals and Pipelines. The E&M 2 role is a multi-craft position primarily focused on electrical & mechanical duties. This position will also be required to perform Operations and Damage Prevention duties.
Successfully and effectively follow all health, safety, security, environmental (HSSE) and operational and maintenance practices and procedures.
Be motivated and accountable for achieving long-term and day- to-day goals and tasks.
Effectively lead time and resources and ability to lead multiple tasks and responsibilities simultaneously.
Exhibit strong interpersonal and organizational skills.
Demonstrate and transfer work related knowledge to others.
Take initiative to continually develop skills and knowledge which includes additional education and/or training.
Solve Problems, overcome obstacles, and make good decisions.
Work effectively on diverse teams.
Good oral/written communication skills and communicate effectively with all levels both internally and externally.
Value and practice continuous learning.
Demonstrate leadership skills.
Exhibit a high level of initiative.
Wear personal protective equipment (PPE) as needed but not limited to eye/face protection, flame retardant clothing (FRC), foot protection, gloves, hearing protection, head protection, etc.
Work nights, weekends, holidays and overtime as necessary and is subject to call-outs including response to emergency situations.
3+ years of mechanical or electrical experience or a 2-year technical degree in electrical, electronic instrumentation or equivalent.
Maintain, troubleshoot, and repair equipment as assigned.
Conduct and document DOT equipment inspections.
Use MAXIMO, VTA, MS Office and other applications.
Maintain electrical switchgear.
Maintain and repair pumps and motors including PD, centrifugal and gear pumping equipment.
Verify instrumentation loop circuits.
Troubleshoot and repair manual and automatic tank gauging.
Maintain and repair electronic-control valves, electrical valve actuators and mechanical valves.
Installation and maintenance of multiple equipment associated with petroleum liquids and/or gas terminals and pipeline.
Meet all DOT requirements, including Operator Qualifications.
Participate in all emergency response training, including Hazwoper, RCRA, respiratory and other as required.
All aspects of product quality including sampling and testing.
Safe and proper procedures, including lock out tag out procedures, to preform normal maintenance for running scrapers in a crude oil system; experience with PLC’s, including programming, installation, maintenance, and repair.
Legal authorization to work in the US on a full-time basis for anyone other than current employer.
Strong experience in Electrical and Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) programming or pump and motor repair.
Computer skills (including MS Office Suites).
Valid Driver’s License is required.
Driving safety is mandatory and a condition of employment in accordance with BP Pipelines Vehicle Safety Policy.
Must be committed to learning new skills and complete the E&M training curriculum required for the assigned job classification level.