Instrument Technician


Key Accountabilities:

  • Execute first line maintenance on MOPU/WSS field instrumentation and process control loops as per maintenance procedure and schedule to achieve highest availability and reliability.
  • Responsible to properly record any PM, PMA and CM activities in the CMMS.
  • Perform the functional and calibration checks of Fire & Gas and Alarm & Shutdown Systems/equipment to ensure operability and availability of installation safeguarding system.
  • Perform the DCS and PLC hardware cards replacement and perform minor software configuration as per installation requirement.
  • Perform the controller tuning to ensure the optimum control of process equipment as per installation operating procedure.
  • Participate in all emergency drills and exercises by continuous evaluation of procedures and response to meet high standard of readiness from Emergency Response Team
  • Participate in the integrated shutdown activities planned on MOPU/WSS to ensure the identified activities are performed effectively, safely and shutdown duration target is achieved.
  • Analyse, optimise and report the performance of Safety Critical Equipment (SCE) to identify key failure/success to enable quick fix/improvement and propose for permanent solution/improvement.
  • Manage (monitor and track) SCE spare inventory list/register
  • Assist Supervisor in the first line reviews of installation change proposals.
  • Participate in the implementation of Company Safety Management System.
  • Participate in the implementation of Company Asset Integrity Plan
  • Participate in the activity related to visiting regulatory/company officials for audit including monitoring and tracking action to close out finding.
  • Monitor and track own competency as per (Competence Personal Profile (CPP) and ensure appropriate training in accordance to Company Training Matrix.

Essential working experience & Qualifications:

  • A minimum of 5-year experience working as Instrument Technician on an offshore facility.
  • Usage of a Computerised Maintenance Management System (CMMS), preferably Maximo.
  • Good experience of Permit to Work, Risk Assessment and able to interpret/mark-up technical drawings.
  • Required qualifications and certifications:
  • A recognized Electrical & Instrument apprenticeship or training scheme
  • A recognized educational certificate or industry obtained certificate or equivalent
  • Valid PTW Training from PETRONAS/Other Operator
  • Valid Offshore Medical and BOSIET certificates.
  • Damage Control Team or Emergency Response Team training

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