Electrical technicians carry out planned or unplanned maintenance and repair activities on a wide range of equipment such as power generation and distribution systems, motors, control systems and electrical equipment. This role is essential to the safe and effective delivery of offshore production/onshore processing of oil and gas. It ensures that electrical systems and equipment used onshore and offshore are safe, and meet technical and safety standards. They can be based offshore, at an oil and gas processing plant or at onshore yard/workshop sites.
These may include:
You must hold a recognised trade apprenticeship and/or. NVQ/SVQ Level 3 certification or equivalent and/or OPITO / ECITB Technician Training Scheme.
Willingness to become a Chartered Engineer (a professionally recognised qualification) and to gain offshore safety training and medical certificate is useful. Work experience in a similar role gained during study and the ability to interpret/mark-up technical drawings is also desirable.
£18,000 - £25,000 onshore, rising to £25,000 + offshore
You could progress to roles including: lead electrical technician, electrical/maintenance supervisor/chargehand, maintenance manager or offshore installation manager.
+44 (0) 208 333 4430
CONTRACTS CONSULTANCY LTD
Tel: +44 (0) 208 333 4141
162-164 Upper Richmond Road,
London, SW15 2SL, UK
Oil & Gas Recruitment, Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia
CCL CONTRACTS CONSULTANCY INC
Tel: +1 (0) 713 425 6304
11200 Richmond, Suite 430,
Houston, Texas 77082, USA
Energy Staffing Agency, North America, South America, Oceania