Job Profile Summary:
The Instrument or Electrical or Analyzer Technician disassembles, reassembles, calibrates, repairs, and troubleshoots process control instrumentation, valves and analyzers; maintains and repairs electrical equipment and electrical distribution systems using schematics and electrical drawings to support safe, environmentally sound, reliable, and optimum plant operations.
As a member of the A,I&E team, this position reports to Instrument & Electrical Superintendent.
Key accountabilities :
The individual must have four years verifiable experience and meet the following qualifications
Working knowledge of pieces of equipment:•Pressure, level, flow and temperature transmitters and elements
• Control valves, transducers, actuators, and petitioners
• Pneumatic and electronic control loops
• Use of voltmeters and amp meters
• Gas chromatographs, sampling systems, and CEMs (Continuous Emission Monitoring) analyzer equipment
• Must be able to read and understand loop diagrams, Electrical drawings and P&I diagrams.
• Safe working knowledge of low voltage electrical equipment rated 480 volts and electrical and electronic circuit board level components
• Troubleshooting skills
• Provides day-to-day management of operational priorities to maintain integrity of the facility
• Ensures maintenance and provides testing of equipment as needed
• Monitors and records all key operational parameters
• Maintains awareness of performance standards and their relevance to process operations, maintenance and performance requirements
• Reports activities that could impact the safe operation of processes and/or systems, including potential process safety and operational optimisation issues
• Aligns with BP's Code of Conduct and models BP's Values & Behaviours
Essential Education :•A minimum of a High School Diploma or equivalent.
• Candidate must have Electrical Engineering Technology (EET) Associate degree from an accredited school and/or
• Craftsman/journeyman level Instrument/Electrician/ANALYZER.
Essential experience and job requirements :•Familiar with National Electrical Code (NEC)
• Verifiable experience as an Analyzer Technician.
• Familiar with the National Electrical Code (NEC)
• Experience as a mechanic/millwright in the Oil & Gas Industry
• Lift a minimum of 50 lbs
• The ability to routinely lift a 30 lb. weight and carry it up 2 flights of stairs with or without reasonable accommodation
• Routinely work in adverse weather conditions and routinely climb stairs and ladders to extended heights.
• The willingness and ability to work in small/confined places, as well as work on high platforms, walk on high elevation grating and walk up and down steps
• Successfully complete a fitness for duty assessment
• Must possess a TWIC Card (Transportation Workers Identity Credential)
Other Requirements (eg Schedule, Location):
• Willing to work various schedules
• The willingness and ability to relocate to, or commute on a daily basis to, Whiting, IN, without company assistance.
• Legal authorization to work in the US on a full-time basis for anyone other than current employer
Job Family Group:
United States of America
At BP, we’re involved in every aspect of the energy system. With over 73,000 employees in 78 countries, we’re constantly working towards delivering light, heat and mobility to millions of people, every day. And with our Downstream business producing refined petroleum products, creating premium brand lubricants, delivering 11.9m tonnes of petrochemicals and supplying distinctive fuels and retail services through 18,700 retail sites, they’re helping us meet the biggest demands of the world.
As part of our Downstream team, you’ll help deliver high-quality products and services that meet all of our customers’ needs, all while growing and achieving your career’s biggest goals. Join BP and help us change the way we power up the world.
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Location: Whiting, IN
Application Method: Online: https://careers.bpglobal.com/TGnewUI/Search/home/HomeWithPreLoad?partnerid=25078&siteid=5012&PageType=JobDetails&jobid=131850&codes=INDEED#jobDetails=130835_5012
Base Pay: DOQ