Spirit Omega Inc.

Operations-Instrument and Electrical Technician I

Spirit Omega - Ottawa, Ontario, Canada - Contracted

Job Reference #: 35125

Company Overview

Do you want to work with one of Canada’s top oil and gas companies represented by an award-winning staffing agency? Look no further and join the Spirit circle today!

Our well established Oil and Gas client is seeking a experienced Operations - Instrument and Electrical Technician I in Ottawa. 

What's in it for you?

  • Work with one of Canada's "Top 100 Employers," with possibility of extension or permanent placement.
  • Term (start and end date): January 15, 2022 to January 15, 2023
  • Competitive Compensation and Benefits.
  • Representation by an award-winning staffing agency that takes pride in our personalized approach to staffing, ensuring you are a valued member of the team - not just a number.

Please note that this position is located in Ottawa and local candidates are preferred. Non-local candidates will be considered but must be willing to secure their own accommodations, as there is no camp, LOA, or accommodation allowance provided.

Job Description: MAIN FUNCTIONS

Installs and maintains instrument equipment in compliance with all rules and practices. Support field electrical maintenance work and electrical isolation (Lock out Tag out: Lock Out Tag Out (LOTO)) for lighting, air condition and motor maintenance. Typically reports to a supervisor or manager.

TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Plans, updates, and oversees all activities within his or her areas of responsibility according to the laws, regulations, standards, specifications, and procedures.
  • Special emphasis must be placed on health, safety, and the environment
  • Supports and encourages team effort between operations, engineering, and projects groups
  • Provides input and reviews the electrical and control specifications and work practices
  • Is responsible and accountable for electrical and control systems as defined in the Work Management Manual
  • Has the knowledge to apply and follow work permits through Permit To Work System (PTWS) as discussed in the Work Management Manual
  • Ensures the quality and timely completion of work scheduled by the Maintenance Program
  • Develops personal and team technical skills (for example, new regulations, equipment, methods, and others)
  • Attends and instructs (as needed) technical meetings, to keep instrument and electrical technicians informed of the latest specifications, codes, procedures, and technology
  • Develops and maintains open communications on control issues (for example, safe work practices, training, materials, and others) with co-workers
  • Supports work prioritization to maximize effectiveness and to complement the efforts of other work groups
  • Provides technical support to other Technicians for maintenance and troubleshooting on company's instrument and electrical systems
  • Is able to generate Management of Change requests (MOCs) on electrical and control-related equipment and installation and can follow up with installation inspections consistent with Operations Integrity Management System (OIMS) Element 3
  • Constructs, monitors, and inspects new installations for their consistency with the mission and recommend upgrades as necessary
  • Acts as a stand-in for the Instrument and Electrical Lead position as needed

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS

Education and Experience

  • A minimum of grade 12 or an equivalent high school education, preferably enhanced by related technical school courses
  • A minimum of five years of maintaining electrical systems and Instruments and Controls in processing plant or offshore production plant

General Technical Skills

  • Is familiar with regulations applicable to the operations of oil and gas facilities
  • OIMS systems, related manuals, and procedures

Specific Technical Skills

  • Meets the safety, administrative, and technical training requirements associated with this position as documented in the company operations-approved training roadmap
  • Possesses the general competencies and Operations Integrity Critical competency requirements as documented and maintained in company Operations Training roadmap
  • Computing skills

Attitudes and Behavior

  • Safety orientated
  • Good communication skills
  • Good organizational and reporting skills
  • Attention to details
  • Good troubleshooting and analyzing skills

CLOSES SOONER IF A SUCCESSFUL IS CANDIDATE IDENTIFIED - APPLY ASAP

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**We thank all applicants for applying, however only those considered for an interview will be contacted directly**

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