Chevron Corporation Maintenance Technician - Instruments in Aberdeen, United Kingdom
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Chevron Upstream Europe (CUE) currently has an offshore opportunity for a Maintenance Technician – Instruments. This position will be working as part of a multi-discipline team. The successful candidate should be a highly articulate and effective communicator with excellent team building & interpersonal skills. Prepared to assist with a variety of tasks to a level consistent with knowledge and training.
Key Job Responsibilities:
Safe and efficient operation and optimisation of all instrumentation and associated systems, including high frequency PMR work, documentation reporting and Log Keeping duties. 1st line maintenance, repair, inspection, calibration and fault finding on instrumentation equipment ranging from discrete package controls to complex control loops, logic etc. The range of equipment includes, but is not limited to the following: Systems
Simple and complex control loops interfacing with the Honeywell TDC3000 system.
Emergency Shutdown System and associated inputs and outputs.
Pneumatic / Hydraulic Wellhead Control Panel
Main and Emergency power generation
Firefighting systems including firewater, foam and CO2.
Miscellaneous discrete package units, unit control panels etc. Equipment
Honeywell TDC3000 Distributed Control System
ICS Emergency Shutdown System and Fire and Gas System
Honeywell “Smart” transmitters (Pressure, flow, temperature)
Flow elements (orifice, ultrasonic, variable area)
Programmable Logic Controllers
Nucleonic Densitometers EEx Equipment
Responsible for ensuring the integrity of “Ex” explosion protected equipment throughout the platform.
Proactive member of the Offshore Operations Production Team, providing assistance and advice to Operations and platform Leadership Team in order to meet team deliverables and objectives.
Diagnostic and Remedial Work/Operations fault finding in the event of equipment failure, control or system faults using relevant Engineering and schematic single line Drawings, Vendor Manuals and other Data to assist with corrective action. Trained to a competent standard and undertake a suitable competence assessment such as Compex certificate to work and carry out maintenance on equipment used within hazardous areas.
Member of the installation’s Emergency Response Organisation; required to fulfil a role such as Emergency Response Team member/Leader; Lifeboat Coxswain; etc.
Required (Basic) Qualifications:
Industry recognised Apprenticeship and relevant qualification (minimum City & Guilds or equivalent) and background in industrial power generation / distribution.
Extensive instrument operations and maintenance experience preferably gained in an offshore environment.
Must have the ability to compile Technical Reports with associated Drawings as required, pertaining to Electrical systems or operations.
Proactive approach to HE&S initiatives.
Demonstrate behaviours aligned to The Chevron Way.
Demonstrate good teamwork and interpersonal skills and ability to thrive in a close, multi-discipline environment. Maintain positive and tactful relationships with others.
Demonstrate proactive, flexible and positive attitude. Share knowledge freely with others to ensure best practices.
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