Chemical Injection Mechanic / Technician(
Job Number : 1909264)
Support and develop Baker Hughes’s safe working practice within the TCO HSE plan.
Support chemical treatment programs through daily monitoring of chemical injection and monitoring facilities.
Routinely audit chemical injection facilities for functionality and proper operation and record the nonfunctional equipment status updates
Actively communicate to insure engineers have clear information about equipment performance.
Check and calibrate analytical equipment / instruments.
Participate in safety actions / meetings. Study the safety guidelines for equipment operation.
Become familiar with operation all chemical feed systems.
Develop preventative maintenance schedule for all relevant equipment following supplier recommendations and actual operational performance.
Create a list of spare parts required for both equipment PM and major repairs. Check TCO or BHGE inventories monthly to insure adequate stock is available for maintenance activities.
Develop equipment repair request and repair completion activity log to plan and record all PM and repair activities.
Assist in the design or procurement of new chemical injection systems or treatment monitoring equipment as needs arise.
Repair Reports issued for all equipment service.
Track repair costs for each system to identify worst actors.
Refer to Baker Hughes training materials for personal development, and agree to training priorities with Consultants for review at six month intervals.
Attend language development courses as required
Qualifications / Requirements :
Bachelor's Degree or vocational equivalent;
3 - 5 years experience performing mechanical repairs on engines, motors, pumps and / or other similar equipment;
Must be able to drive light duty truck at TCO facility;
Work history must demonstrate strict / enthusiastic compliance with all HES programs.
Independent, self- motivated worker;
Moderate English skills both written and verbal;
Able to use MS Office suite of business applications;
Prefer 3 years experience in Oil & Gas, Refining and or Petrochemical plants;
Prefer working in industry during the preceding 12 months.