Full-Time Electrical Technician
Minimum Work Experience
Minimum 5 years work experience as an Electrical Technician in a petrochemical, Oil and Gas plant.
Able to perform work in this type of facility independently.
Job Requirements (but not limited to)
Follow plant safety standards and procedures. Be familiar with typical petrochemical plant safety hazards.
Follow standard maintenance procedures.
Follow manufacturer’s troubleshooting and maintenance procedures. Correctly use and care for test and calibration equipment.
Implement good housekeeping practices.
Use standard instruments to measure voltage, amperage, speed, rotation and vibration.
Troubleshoot and repair ground faults.
Repair electrical motors up to 500 HP including replacement of bearings and seals, installation of motor and connection of starters and circuits.
Maintenance of battery standby systems (UPS) and inverters.
Read electrical, relay logic and schematic drawings and use these to troubleshoot and repair circuits.
Installation of conduit, enclosures, wiring, connections and controls up to 480 V for new construction.
Repair and maintain cathodic protection systems, Overhead cranes, Automatic Overhead Doors and other electrically operated equipment.
Splice cables up to 500 MCM.
Read and interpret schematics for power distribution systems up to 33 KV including repair and maintenance of 10 MVA transformers.
Work at elevated heights.
In addition to his normal jobs, he should assist and participate in other maintenance activities.
Carry out established Preventive Maintenance procedures on electrical equipment.
Write reports, complete forms and mark up drawings and other documentation.
Safe and proper care of tools.
Work as a team with operations, technical, and maintenance.
Improve instrument reliability and reduce maintenance costs.
Participate in company safety and training programs.
Train Subordinates &co workers. Report on work progress & maintenance activities.
How to Applygayashan@pgrecruitment.com
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