JOB SUMMARY / MAIN PURPOSE OF JOB
The Electronic Technician is the designated responsible person for the maintenance, calibration and repairs of instrumentation including F & G and communications systems on board the installation.
The Electronic Technician ensures all systems are maintained and are in compliance within safety and regulatory body standards.
The Electronic Technician ensures preventative and corrective maintenance schedules are adequate and completed within their time scale reporting and documenting any defects in accordance with the maintenance system used.
2 QUALITY, HEALTH, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL
The Electronic Technician shall :
Display a personal commitment to Quality, Health, Safety, Security and Environmental (QHSSE) objectives and maintain a positive QHSSE culture by personal leadership and example that holds all employees accountable.
In accordance with Northern Offshore QHSSE Policy Statement (CG-POL-001) be empowered to "STOP THE JOB" if it is thought QHSSE core values are being compromised.
Establish and maintain a commitment to continual improvement in Northern Offshore operations and performance, utilising and complying with the Integrated Management System's policies, procedures and processes.
Adhere to relevant procedures and processes to meet Northern Offshore requirements regarding risk identification, risk assessment, risk elimination, risk minimisation and risk control.
Use Northern Offshore behaviour-based safety programme (C.A.R.E.S - Continually Assessing Risk Ensuring Safety).
Report all injuries, illnesses, damages to equipment and unplanned releases to air, water and / or deck as soon as possible to the OIM (Offshore Installation Manager) and / or relevant Supervisor.
PRE-REQUISITES FOR EMPLOYMENT
Preferred previous experience as Electronics Technician within drilling operations with knowledge of drilling equipment, F & G systems, PLC and computer controlled systems.
Experience in VFD Drive and SCR system would be beneficial pertaining to the Company requirements.
Preferred recognised Electrical / Electronic qualification.
Must successfully satisfy all Company, regulatory and client training certification as per rig specific training matrix.
Adhere to Northern Offshore Competency Development Programme.
Working safely is a condition of employment at all Northern Offshore work locations.
4 MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Correspond with the OIM and Maintenance Supervisor for overall costs and budgeting for instrumentation systems.