INSTRUMENT TECHNICIAN
Offshore, UAE
: Any Nationality
: 6 - 10 years
: Oil & Gas / Petroleum
: Technician
: 22 - Aug - 2017
Job Description
Job Purpose:
 
Carry out planned maintenance, repairs, and small modifications. The role includes control system, instrument protection systems, fire and gas detection and field instrumentation.
 
Principal Accountabilities:
 
Provide comprehensive and detailed e-logbook handovers at the end of each shift and crew change.
Actively participate in safety briefings and toolbox talks.
Communicate lessons learnt across shifts.
Perform the role of performing authority, isolating  authority in the frame work of the integrated safe system of work (ISSOW).
Maintain personal competency in alignment with the instrument technician CMAS competency profile.
Support and develop peers across the multi discipline operations team.
Agree work schedule and priorities with the Company supervisor and planner.
Ensure spare parts and materials are available for planned maintenance activities
Manage platform based critical spares, ensuring the correct spares holding and adequate storage.
Ensure Maximo work requests are sufficiently detailed, clearly defining the scope of work or nature of problem along with basic planning information.
Undertake system modifications as per approved work packs and authorised e-MOC.
Execute daily work schedules in a safe, efficient and diligent manner in accordance with approved platform procedures and routines, ETP's and industry standards.
Ensure Job plans and PMR's are accurate and sufficiently detailed. Feedback proposed revisions to the E&I supervisor.
Deliver full compliance with Company rules of safety and the PSVM site safety standard.
Prepare WCC's / Level 2 risk assessments and ICC's in accordance with the control of work standard.
Deliver on a personal auditing commitment. Participating in SOC's, BOSS and PTW/ICC audits.
Desired Candidate Profile
Minimum Requirements:
 
Prior to mobilisation, must be trained and familiar with client's Integrated Safe System of Work (ISSOW).
Must be willing to participate in emergency response team requirements as may be directed.
Must comply with Company requirements of Health, Safety, Environmental & Quality policies and procedures.
Ability to provide hands-on training and  coaching  to Trainee  Instrumentation & Control Technicians.
Ability to work as part of a small multi-cultural and disciplines team.
Numerate and computer literate.
Previous Oil & Gas Industry site work, work permits systems, safety systems and computerised maintenance management systems experience is essential.
Knowledge and understanding of metering systems. 
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