The Instrument Technician is responsible for operation and maintenance of instrument, control and automation installations of the vessel. Particular emphasis is laid on the operation and maintenance of the subsea, process equipment.
The Instrument Technician is responsible for ensuring that the day-to-day activities are carried out in a safe and healthy manner and that the impact of such activities on the environment is within acceptable limits.
Carry out repair and planned maintenance (PM) work on the instrument, control and automation and ensure that the installation complies with the applicable rules and regulations.
Ensure that all test instruments have valid calibration certificates and documentation.
Carry out repair and Planned Maintenance of safety systems, PESD, ESD, F&G, in accordance to procedure / Planned Maintenance.
Report the E&I status of the installation and any changes/modifications made or other matter of importance to the superior
Carry out Ex inspections and repairs on Instrumentation as required
Furthermore, carry out such work as has been required by his/her superior and duties in accordance with Operations Manual Part 5, Offshore Emergency Response Plan (ERP).
Requirements (knowledge, Skills and Abilities):
Ship’s electrician license and/or other relevant electro/ instrument/automation education.
Experience from oil installation or other relevant experience.
Candidates to be trained and have experience in small bore tubing
Knowledge of Siemens control systems & Solar Turbine experience an advantage
Experience in fault finding and operations on FPSO’S a requirement
Experience in maintenance / testing of safety critical equipment
Experience of working with / testing for ICP