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Electrican

  • Job type: Temp-to-Perm
  • Sector: Energy, Oil & Gas
  • Discipline:
  • Location: Barrow-In-Furness, Cumbria
  • Salary:
  • Job reference: 2020-15996_1579688693

Job Description

Job title: Electrician
Location: Barrow-In-Furness (Onshore)
Project: Spirit Energy
Duration: 6 weeks

Worley is recruiting for 2 Electricians with extensive experience in the Oil & Gas industry.

Purpose / Role

  • To deliver a high quality, consistent and competent service in the role of Electrician in accordance with project / company requirements, standards and procedures.
  • To support overall delivery of company goals and schedule.
  • To ensure that the workscope is completed in a safe manner ensuring no detrimental impact to personnel, fabric or environment

Key aims and objectives

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

Prime responsibilities and duties

  • Installation, isolation and reinstatement and associated construction testing of electrical equipment, including glanding and termination of cables in to non-'Ex' rated equipment (see note 1).
  • Installation of electrical items, cables, conduit, cable tray, junction boxes, panels etc in HAZARDOUS areas BUT EXCLUDING any glanding and termination of cables within 'Ex' rated equipment.
  • Read, understand and implement all applicable company / project policies, working practices and procedures, ensuring at all times that the electrical workscope is completed safely and to a high standard.
  • Complete all workscope in accordance with applicable workpack / jobcard instructions, associated procedures and drawings / sketches
  • Provide support to other trades/disciplines where required, or form part of an integrated multi-discipline team.
  • 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.

Qualifications - Essential

  • Recognised Electrical Apprenticeship
  • Technical qualifications with applicable electrical background - City and Guilds / NVQ Level 3 / SJIB / JIB
  • AM2
  • CCNSG safety passport
  • COMPEX

Desirable:

  • IEE Current Edition (Currently 16th)
  • I.S.S.O.W

Experience - Essential:

Demonstrable experience post electrical apprenticeship/training, with current relevant experience in all aspects of electrical installation, isolation, reinstatement and testing associated with non-'Ex' rated electrical construction workscope.

Competencies - Generic

  • Possesses a good standard in spoken and written English
  • Possesses a good understanding of safe working practices and can demonstrate commitment to safe working at all times.

Competencies - Technical

  • Can demonstrate a high standard in completion of tasks associated with the role of Electrician as defined in associated job description.
  • Can demonstrate the ability to read/understand and implement procedures/specifications/drawings/sketches/etc.

Key Internal Interfaces

  • Discipline Foreman and Chargehands
  • Construction Superintendent
  • Construction Electrical Technicians
  • HSSE Advisor

Key External Interfaces

  • Client personnel
  • Sub-contract personnel
  • Vendors and specialists

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