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Sr. E&I Technician

Job Id
ARAJP18-41
Start Date
Jul 04, 2019
End Date
Jul 20, 2019
Compnay Name
ARA Petroleum Oman B44 Limited
Discipline
Engineering
No of Position
2
Position Type
Permanent
Job Type
Field
Nationality Required
Omani
Education & Experience Required
Education
Experience
Diploma
5

Job Description

The successful candidate will be responsible for managing the delivery of the following, but not limited to activities:

·  Apply the Company’s HSE policies and procedures approved standards and best practices to ensure the reliability and integrity of instruments and instrument systems.

·   Perform testing, loop checking and commissioning of all types and models of Instruments in wellhead control panels.

·  Operate programmers, calibrators, measuring, and testing devices, hand tools, and equipment of the trade. Calibrate, align, and test a variety of systems designed to monitor Off-Plot Assets.

·   Oversee maintenance activities carried out by technicians and provide technical support and mentor for Jr. technicians and trained technicians.

·   Interpretation withdrawing, Codes, Standards, Specification and Customers in-house specification and carry out redline markup to address changes in As-Built Drawings.

·   Oversee the use, care, and operation of process control instrumentation, electrical, and related equipment; recommend and implement new and revised procedures, systems and equipment.

·   Perform repairing, troubleshooting, installing and maintaining high and low voltage electrical equipment and related devices including transformers, power panels, wire ways, light fixtures, receptacles, and disconnect switches.

·   Access and report against tasks within the computerized maintenance management system (SAP) ensure that all work history with necessary details and data is entered into the system.

·  Oversee and participate in installing and maintaining electrical control systems and instrumentation systems including electronics, programmable controllers, telemetry, telecommunications, meters, generators, transmitters, hydraulics, pneumatics and a variety of other systems; inspect installed systems to ensure proper operation.

·   Oversee and participate in repairing, troubleshooting, installing, and maintaining high and low voltage electrical equipment and related devices including transformers, power panels, wire ways, light fixtures, receptacles, and disconnect switches.

·   Establish and maintain instruments & electrical spares inventory. Estimate time, materials, and equipment required for operations and projects; coordinate purchase of required materials.

·   Develop and implement maintenance standard procedures and checklists for all electrical and instrumentations in the field and validate the documents to address changes and modification.

·    Plan, coordinate and lead the execution of custody transfer metering prove and validation tasks with a third party and client (PDO & OGC).

·   Prepares and maintains a variety of records; makes verbal and written reports of work performed and track deferred maintenance and wavers.

Skills Required

Education/Qualification: Minimum of Technical Diploma in electrical, instrumentation, control system or electronic engineering and it is preferable to hold CEP/AEP certifications.

Experience: Minimum of Five years’ experience performing duties equivalent to Senior Electrical and  Instrumentation Technician in the Oil & Gas Industry, including  maintenance, troubleshooting, repair, installation, testing and commissioning of equipment such as instrumentation systems, transformers, switches, control panels, electronic components of telemetry systems and components utilized in a wastewater treatment plant.

Knowledge, Skills & Competencies:

Knowledge of  electrical and electronic circuits, mechanical linkage and telemetering systems; the basics of PLC and SCADA software and hardware; electronic schematic diagrams and blueprints; methods and techniques of calibrating electronic equipment; use and safe operation of a wide variety of standard hand and power tools and electronic and electric test equipment related to field and shop work; basic methods and techniques for troubleshooting and diagnosing equipment failure; laws, rules and regulations governing maintenance and operation of radio, telemetry and telephone equipment; safe work practices and the ability to identify workplace hazards and/or unsafe conditions and take appropriate corrective action.

Skilled and Competent  to inspect, test, troubleshooting, repair and install industrial instrumentation and controls according to established procedures and standards, read instruments accurately; work from and interpret wiring and mechanical drawings; safely use hand and power tools and equipment to test and calibrate instrumentation and controls; accurately estimate labor and materials costs; effectively use a computer for data management and to generate reports; prepare and maintain neat, accurate and complete records; communicate effectively both orally and in writing to technical and non-technical persons; establish and maintain effective working relationships; and perform essential duties of the job without causing harm to self or others.

 


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