JOB TITLE: Senior Electronic Technician
REPORTING TO: Technical Section Leader / OIM-DSL
Responsible for operating, maintaining and repairing electronic equipment and systems, organizing and supervising the electronic personnel onboard.
· High School Diploma or Equivalent - Electrical Engineering or Electronic Technology Degree from an accredited technical school, trade school or college
· Five years of electrical systems with two of these years offshore or two years experience with an industry degree with one of these years offshore
· Read and understand electrical drawings, schematics and diagrams.
Mandatory Training/Certifications for personnel working in Canada only:
· Basic Survival Training (BST)
· Hydrogen Sulphide (H2S)
· Regulatory Awareness
· Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS)
· Hazardous Area Equipment Training
JOB SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES
· All relevant governing documents are adhered to by direct reports.
· All relevant governing documents are revised as and when required.
· That clear daily guidelines are provided to all direct reports.
· All software licenses, back-ups and upgrades are maintained.
· Visible leadership by spending time in the field and monitoring daily operations.
· Required logbooks are maintained and updated as per requirements.
· Thorough handovers are provided at each daily change of shift.
· Subordinates are trained to fill higher positions.
· Other duties are performed as required and/or directed by his/her direct supervisor.
· Compliance with the Seadrill Code of Conduct.
· Compliance with applicable internal and external governing requirements.
· That any operations do not exceed the limitations of the unit or its equipment.
· Daily detailed planning is conducted for all upcoming operations.
· Good and clear communications with all involved parties
· That technical related certification at all times is valid and available onboard
· Compliance with Seadrill training, certification and competence requirements.
· That all relevant personnel are adequately trained in handling emergencies.
· That all emergency equipment is in good condition and configured as required.
· Non-compliances are promptly acted on and reported to the direct supervisor.
· Training and competence assessments as assigned and/or required are performed.
· Compliance with the standard for tidiness and cleanness.
· Assume the safety role as per station bill and emergency preparedness plan.
· Meeting activities in a proactive and constructive manner.
· Training and competence assessments as assigned and/or required.
· That all relevant equipment is maintained and maintenance is recorded.
· Operational preparedness of all safety and emergency equipment.
· Sufficient stock of spare parts and materials required is maintained.
· Ensure that the permit to work and energy isolation procedures are strictly adhered to at all times
· Ensure that entries on permits, isolation tags and logs reflect current status
· Carry out installation, calibration and modification to electronic, instrumentation systems and components
· Ensure all electronic equipment brought onto the rig, including Third Party equipment, is certified and meets regulatory requirements
· Conversant with the Programmable Logic Computer (PLC) system and networking drive control systems
· Communicate equipment problems or breakdown information with OEM and onshore staff
· Ensure daily inspections and maintenance on all electronic equipment are carried out
· Rebuild and repair printed circuit boards
· Read and work from electronic blueprint drawings
· Assist the electrical department with resolving electrical problems as required
· Effectively use all safety and environmental tools employed by Seadrill (4-point check, OBS cards, PTW etc.)
Physical, Drug Screen and Background Check
GIVEN TO RESIDENTS OF NOVA SCOTIA
is an equal opportunity employer