Electrical, Mechanical, HVAC, SCADA, Instrumentation Technician
General Duties & Responsibilities
- Performs field assignments involving the development, execution, supervision, and coordination of all technical aspects related to tasks given by the Engineer.
- To carry out scheduled preventive operations, maintenance work and ad-hoc maintenance work within the designated time and with highest quality. Carry out testing and conducting O&M work of the plant. Conduct daily check and submit daily reports
- Maintains first-level quality assurance to confirm that the installation of all work within his discipline is in accordance with the existing plans, specifications and industry standards.
- Ensures that tests and inspections are performed, witnessed, and documented in accordance with approved procedures agreed with the engineer.
- Collaborates with site and Clients engineers to eliminate any hazards associated with the work that may adversely affect the environment or the safety or health of employees.
- Ensures that personnel of the assigned group engage in safe work practices in compliance with site-specific safety procedures and industry standards.
- Establishes and maintains liaison with the discipline design engineering staff (if exists) and with equipment suppliers staff and Clients staff.
- Reviews and interprets discipline design drawings and specifications to ensure correct technical execution of the work.
- Provides resolution for technical engineering problems within the assigned discipline
- Develops discipline construction schedules and monitors progress. Provides schedule and progress appraisal report to the Senior Engineer.
- Initiates and maintains records, progress reports, etc., as required.
- Performs other responsibilities associated with this position as may be appropriate
- Diploma in a proper field (electrical, mechanical, chemical, process, industrial, technical)
- 3 years experience
- Able to work at site on various assignments
- Has hand on experience
- Must be familiar with:
- Mechanical and electrical tools, materials, and safe work practices
- Supervisory principles, practices, and methods.
- Maintaining an established work schedule.
- Operating, installing, maintaining, and repairing equipment from his field
- Estimating time and materials.