Responsible for providing a high degree of technical competence and working knowledge of the current national electrical codes including safety and environment compliance.
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The Mechanical Technician is responsible for performing safe delivery of maintenance work on facility. It’s a member of a multi-discipline team, maintaining the process and utilities systems in a safe and efficient manner.
- Follow all safety, environmental and regulatory rules applicable to facility and completes Control of Work (CoW) requirements daily
- Responsible for identifying and knowing the tools, materials, and procedures prior to the execution of work
- Maintain daily recording of pertinent work order information (planner feedback, technical history, failure reporting, time, request for master data changes, lessons learned, etc.)
- Perform Work Management processes and standards within planning activities and supervising the agreed upon Key Performance Indicators
- Adhere to a culture of reliability and continuous improvement
- Understand and allign with the Management of Change (MoC) process for all procedural, equipment or process changes as needed
- Ensure shift and crew-change handovers are accurately recorded in the appropriate log and in compliance with the Guidance and Shift Handovers
- Act as member of the emergency response team and align with the responsibilities assigned as defined in the Emergency Response Plan
- Participate in emergency response exercises to ensure a full understanding of the process and procedures
- A minimum of a High School Diploma or equivalent.
- Completion of a 2 - 4-year apprenticeship program or technical degree within core craft
- Experience as a mechanic/millwright in the petrochemical or related industry; or military experience with a military occupational specialty / rate in a mechanical or related discipline.
- The willingness and ability to work in small/confined places, as well as work on high platforms, walk on high elevation grating and walk up and down steps
- Comfortable riding in a helicopter or boat over Gulf of Mexico waters for extended periods and be transferred to/from a boat via personnel basket swung by a crane with or without reasonable accommodations
- The willingness and ability to successfully complete a fitness for duty assessment.
- The willingness and ability to serve as a member of an emergency response team.
- Must possess a TWIC Card (Transportation Workers Identity Credential)
Other requirements (eg. Travel, location)
- Basic to advanced knowledge of machinery and systems that support oil and gas process flows. or military experience with a military occupational specialty / rate in a related discipline.
- This position will be supporting the Argos Platform
- Willing to work 12 hour shifts on rotation 21 & 21 shift offshore in the Gulf of Mexico through the commissioning phase