Mechanical Technician – Aberdeen

  • Permanent
  • Aberdeen

Mechanical Technician

Job Role:

The Workshop Technician will survey, disassemble, repair, evaluate, assemble, and test various tools/services and equipment.

Main duties:

  • To survey, disassemble, repair, evaluate, support, assemble and test various tools/services and equipment to standards/procedures set out by the company and their customers/clients.
  • Work in a safe manner at all times to protect all colleagues, clients and equipment.
  • To ensure that all defects to materials, components or equipment is reported to your Supervisor.
  • Ensure all relevant drawing’s, procedures and instructions are to the latest revisions, prior to work commencing.
  • Proactive in the proposal and introduction of new assembly and testing techniques to improve productivity or safety.
  • To liaise with the Workshop Team Leader on any issues arising.
  • To report any environmental and health and safety issues that arise.
  • To work within standards and company procedures at all times.
  • Involved in Environmental, Health and Safety issues.
  • Any other duties required by the Workshop Team Leader.
  • Aid in the creation of risk assessments.
  • Liaison with the relevant Project Manager on any material, customer/project issues.
  • Help in the Proposal and introduction of new safety equipment.
  • To maintain material certification and traceability for all material used.
  • To ensure that all gauge/inspection equipment is correct and current prior to use.
  • To support other departments when required.

Candidate Requirements

  • Mechanical trade with good all-round understanding of oilfield equipment assembly and pressure testing techniques.
  • Ideally with a multidiscipline approach in mechanical, fabrication or equipment maintenance.
  • Ability to work as part of a small, focused team working to high standards with client lead times being the driver.
  • Ability to work under pressure while maintaining a professional and effective solution to clients and customers.
  • Ability to read and understand engineering drawings/specifications etc.
  • The use of assembly and test equipment and test tools in a safe manner.
  • Ability to use inspection and test equipment.
  • Full understanding of various methods of assembly and testing.
  • Ability to use lifting equipment effectively.
  • Understanding of Environment, Health and Safety.
  • Competent level of understanding in:
    • Engineering drawings.
    • Engineering terminologies.
    • Assembly and pressure testing equipment.

Remuneration

Depending on experience plus additional benefits.

To apply for this job email your details to daniel.hedge@kbmresourcing.com.

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