Offshore service technicians build, inspect, and repair a range of equipment for the oil and gas industry. They’re also referred to as maintenance technicians or process operation technicians. Electrical repair, instrument and control servicing, mechanical repairs, and process management are all areas where technicians work. They manage the proper functioning of oil and gas production by repairing and maintaining gear such as power systems, motors, and control systems, process control and safety systems, pumping, motors, and turbines. Operating offshore, assembling new equipment and checking it afterward, fault-finding and performing routine fixes, sustaining and altering existing devices, analyzing and operating from technical drawings, functioning with mechanical and hydraulic devices such as high-pressure pipes, handling equipment, and customized mechanical tooling, and occasionally operating onshore in the firm are all tasks that the technician will be responsible for. They should participate in risk evaluation, complete technical documents with specifics of work performed, and be on standby to go out on the tight deadline to fix a rig, station, or drillship when ashore.
Offshore Instrument Technician Job Titles:
- Offshore Instrument Technician
- Instrument Technician
Offshore Instrument Technician Job Summary:
We are looking to hire an offshore instrument technician for our firm and he must possess enough skill and expertise to perform the job effectively. On an offshore site extracting oil or gas, you would ensure systems and equipment working effectively and safely. You must be capable of helping the Lead Operators with all electrical duties, involving safety and compliance laws, as well as monitoring instrumentation gear across the facility. You would inspect and repair the measuring systems for oil and gas flow, stage, pressure, and heat as an Instrument and Control Maintenance technician. You’d also be responsible for electrical devices and safety devices.
Offshore Instrument Technician Job Responsibilities and Duties:
- Responsible to the Chief Engineer for the upkeep of the ship’s electronics devices, which include but are not limited to Dynamic Positioning System equipment, Engine Room monitoring systems, and other departmental electrical components.
- When a ship does not have an electrician on board, the Instrument Technician will be in charge of the role and obligations.
- Liable for the operation, upgrading, and upkeep of the ship’s computer system
- Liable for the servicing of all radio transmission and digital navigation systems in discussion with radar systems
- Fully accountable for guaranteeing that a reliable and factual record of services done is retained and joined in the service records and hand-over letters.
- Any defects or difficulties discovered in their area of control should be reported to the Master.
- Buying replacements and supplies for the radio and electronics division, as well as coordinating with the Storekeeper.
- General duty for HPR transponders, taut wire devices, and log maintenance.
Offshore Instrument Technician Job Skills and Qualification:
- A degree in engineering is preferred
- Minimum 5 years of work experience
- An offshore safety course, such as the Basic Offshore Safety Induction and Emergency Training Certificate, is also required.
- It’s also possible that you’ll have to take the Minimum Industry Safety Training course.
- Military experience with a military vocational specialty or expertise in the petrochemical, manufacturing, or related fields
- Electrical Setups gain skills in hazardous area sites.
- Strong track record in terms of health, safety, environmental, and regulatory requirements