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Electrical Technician (Construction)

  • Job type: Contract
  • Sector: Energy, Oil & Gas
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  • Location: Aberdeen
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  • Job reference: 2018-38693_1531738057

Job Description

Electrical Technician (Construction)

Description:

WorleyParsons is currently recruiting Electrical Technicians (Construction) for adhoc contracts.

We are looking for highly skilled candidates to join our offshore team working across multiple projects within UK waters.

We are looking for highly motivated candidates to join our offshore contracts to deliver a high quality, consistent and competent Electrical Construction Technician service in accordance with project/company requirements, standards and procedures.

Key aims and objectives:

To perform all required discipline tasks, safely, consistently and in accordance with project requirements, procedures and specifications

All candidates should hold the following Qualifications & certification:

  • Recognised Electrical Apprenticeship
  • Technical qualification with applicable electrical background - City and Guilds/BTec/NC/NVQ Level 3 in electrical installation /SJIB (Scotland)/JIB (England)
  • AM2 - Applicable for those in England who have achieved an Electrical Qualification through the adult entry site assessment route. Checks should be made to ensure AM2 has been achieved
  • BOSIET/Approved Offshore Medical
  • COMPEX

Ideally, candidates will also have the following experience:

  • Installation, Isolation, reinstatement and associated construction testing of electrical equipment in NON-HAZARDOUS and HAZARDOUS areas.
  • Inspection and completion of applicable certification/documentation as required including red-lining of drawings to reflect 'as-built' status.
  • Inspection of electrical installations /equipment and completion of associated certification of permitted workscope completed by NON-COMPEX Electricians within a hazardous area.
  • Complete all workscope in accordance with applicable work pack, jobcard instructions, associated procedures and drawings/sketches.
  • Raising applicable Permit to Work (PTW) in order to complete workscope in a controlled and safe manner .
  • Undertake appropriate Risk Assessments (RA) in order to complete workscope in a safe and controlled manner

Competencies:

  • Possesses a good understanding of safe working practices and can demonstrate commitment to safe working at all times.
  • Can demonstrate a high standard in completion of tasks associated with the role of Electrical Construction Technician as defined in associated job specification
  • Can demonstrate ability to read/understand and implement procedures/specifications/drawings/sketches/etc, including the mark up of technical drawings to reflect 'red-line' status

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