Diesel Offshore Technician
- Location: Great Yarmouth & Surrounding Area
- Salary: 32-35K
- Working Hours: Full Time
- Length of Employment: Perm
- Reference: PS2240JG
- Sector: Oil and Gas
- Vacancy First Advertised: 07th Jun 2018
PURPOSE OF JOB:
Working primarily within
the Decommissioning Team, this is a hybrid role involving both on and offshore
working. The role holder will be responsible for the examination,
diagnosis, repair and scheduled maintenance of diesel engines, generators and
powered systems/components of Claxton products.
The role will require preparation, servicing, testing and maintenance of
Claxton and client owned rental and purchase equipment at the workshop
location. The role holder will also support as a crew member within the
Hours of Work – 0830 – 1730 Monday to Friday (Onshore)
Offshore Ad-Hoc Work repairing equipment as and when required.
standard of education – GCSE or above
Diesel Engineering qualification; NVQ 3/C&G or equivalent
time served mechanical engineering / fitter-based qualification.
knowledge of Diesel Engines, their control systems, general, AMOT systems,
hydraulic and electric systems and principles
of Health & Safety, ISO9001 and QA procedures including Factory Acceptance
maintenance and preparation procedures
of LOLER, ATEX, Offshore Zoning requirements
knowledge of oilfield equipment and generation inspection
Engineering and systems (minimum 5 years)
in oil & gas industry equipment and procedures
lift truck licence
literate – able to use Microsoft Word, Excel and Access databases to a good
organisational skills and a tidy worker
to work as part of a team
to work under pressure when required to meet deadlines or urgent repairs.
and good-natured attitude towards last minute operational demands
work on general engineering / maintenance duties if required.
friendly and co-operative nature together with a “can do” attitude.
for the inspection, refurbishment, testing and preparation, primarily of
Claxton Diesel powered equipment; Hydraulic Power Units, Control Panels
systems, SWAT and SABRE Decommissioning Systems and thereafter any other
Claxton equipment in accordance with Claxton procedures.
all Diesel equipment is fit for purpose and ready for operational deployment.
of failed equipment.
Factory Acceptance Testing as required in accordance with Claxton procedures.
of equipment and tools for job load-outs, as per Claxton procedures.
and record equipment inspection and periodic maintenance with the allocated
time frames for assigned delivery.
and contribute improvements to written schemes of examination and maintenance
programmes for existing key equipment.
improvement ideas to systems/ equipment worked on.
a team player in the upkeep of all workshop areas.
and collection to/from clients and suppliers if required.
any other duties as assigned by Line Manager
expectation of you within your role is that you will fully comply with the QHSE
Management System requirements and behaviours.
All tasks that you carry out are in accordance with the organisations
policies and procedures of which are in line with ISO9001.
Engineers and Service Technicians
departments within Claxton
clients and suppliers.
please apply online ensuring your CV is up to date.
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