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Mechanical Fitter

  • Job type: Temp-to-Perm
  • Sector: Energy, Oil & Gas
  • Discipline: Trades & Labour
  • Location: Blackpool, Lancashire
  • Salary:
  • Job reference: 2020-16644_1592910654

Job Description

Job Title: Mechanical Fitter

Ref No: 16644

Project: Allseas

Location: DP3/4 - Morecambe Field

Duration: 1-3 weeks

Start Date: 17/08/2020

Worley are looking for a highly motivated candidate to join our offshore team on the DP3/4

Key Aims and Objectives:

  • Assist in ensuring all Projects / Company HSEQ goals are achieved and where possible exceeded
  • Effective liaison with any Client and / or Sub-Contractor / Vendor Representatives
  • Implement a continuous improvement philosophy across all Mechanical Construction activities, delivering best practices at all times
  • Provide support to the Mechanical Foreman / Construction Supervisor
  • Ensure Mechanical Construction workscopes are carried out in accordance with Projects Construction specifications, standards and procedures
  • Ensure Mechanical Construction workscopes are carried out in accordance with Projects schedules requirements

Primary Duties:

  • Execute day-to-day Mechanical Construction activities in accordance with the Projects schedule ensuring all applicable site / Projects safety procedures are fully and properly implemented
  • Demonstrate visible safety leadership by example and communication with teams
  • Actively participate in all Company and Projects safety initiatives
  • Continuously review / refer to Construction Workpacks / Drawings to ensure workscopes are being executed as planned. Escalate any identified issues to the Foreman
  • Act as a Performing Authority to take-out / issue Mechanical Construction activity permitry - liaise with Foreman and Control of Work to ensure tasks are executed as detailed in the permit / RAMS
  • Ensure that all Mechanical Construction work is to the required standard and that all drawings, specifications, inspections and certifications and Company systems of quality assurance are strictly adhered to and assist the Projects Quality Team in the completion of site system test sheets and the test dossier
  • Perform tool checks to ensure all tooling is in good working condition prior to its use
  • Liaise with site Control of Work personnel to ensure daily work permits are issued and any issues are resolved
  • Provide support to other trades / disciplines where required, or form part of an integrated multi-discipline team

Candidates should hold the following Qualifications & Certification:

Essential:

  • Mechanical Apprenticeship (City and Guilds / Level 2 VQ)
  • BOSIET / Approved Offshore Medical / CA EBS / MIST / Onshore Safety Passport
  • MJI10 Hand Torque Bolted Connection Techniques
  • TMJI10 Dismantle, Assemble and Hand Torque Flanged Joints

Ideally, candidates will also have the following experience:

  • Demonstrate experience in similar role in Oil and Gas Projects
  • Delivery focused with proven experience in achieving Projects goals whilst maintaining high standards in HSEQ at all times
  • Knowledge of O&G related HSEQ safe working practices / procedures
  • Knowledge of the Mechanical Construction process and its implementation
  • Understanding of the principles of trade systems
  • Able to interface and interact with Management and Client representatives at all levels
  • Knowledge of Permit to Work systems

Desirable:

  • Machining
  • Machinery alignment and installation
  • Machinery preventative maintenance

*Certain benefits are not applicable to employees who reside outside of the UK

*As a people business we support flexible working and champion diversity and inclusion at all levels. We offer excellent remuneration and benefits packages, a friendly, professional, dynamic and flexible work environment along with the opportunity to develop your career prospects

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