Electronic Technician

Electronic Technician

Job Summary

£330 - £360 GBP per day
Africa
Temporary
April 19 2021

Sector:

Drilling

Point of Contact:

Drilling

Contact Phone:

+44 131 554 3454

Job Reference Number:

AGR is looking to speak with Electronic Technicians for upcoming projects on international Drillship’s. Previous deep-water experience is required. Should be based out with the UK due to current travel restrictions.

Requirements:

  • CompEx
  • OGUK Medical
  • HVLV
  • Seamans Book
  • BOSIET/FOET
  • Yellow Fever

Responsibilities:

  • Ensure that all Third-Party equipment meets requirements of the relevant offshore standards and that equipment is fit for purpose.
  • Ensure that all electronic maintenance, repair and installation work is carried out in a timely manner and entered into the planned maintenance system.
  • Maintain, repair and install electronic equipment in accordance with the relevant offshore standards and acceptable levels of quality and workmanship.
  • Ensure a working knowledge of Drilling Control, Dynamic Positioning, Vessel Control and BOP MUX Systems.
  • Ensure a working knowledge of software control in relation to rig based control and automation systems in accordance with company expectations and procedures.
  • Carry out electronic equipment and system isolations.
  • Notify the Electrical Supervisor, Chief Electrician or Senior Electrician of any requirements for spare parts, materials or services.
  • Report equipment failures and safety related matters to the Electrical Supervisor, Chief Electrician, Senior Electrician and User Departments.
  • Communicate all matters concerning the safety and availability of electronic systems or equipment to the Electrical Supervisor or Chief Electrician.
  • Maintain awareness of dynamic position system operation and configuration according to requirements.
  • Any other duties as required by the Electrical Supervisor, Chief Electrician or Senior Electrician.
  • Individually responsible for the safe operation, installation, maintenance, testing and fault finding of electronic systems, controls and equipment on board.
  • Assist the Electrical Supervisor or Chief Electrician in identifying jobs which may require a Risk Assessment.
  • Undertake duties as allocated or directed by the Electrical Supervisor, Chief Electrician or Senior Electrician.
  • Undertake operational maintenance, planned maintenance, installation and repairs on the electronic equipment throughout the rig.
  • Deputise for the Chief Electrician or Senior Electrician as required.
  • Must be familiar with the electronic systems and equipment in order to safely comply with instructions given in emergency situations.
  • Ensure that all electronic installation, maintenance and repair work is carried out in accordance with the relevant offshore standards and that equipment is fit for purpose.

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