Workshop Electronics Technician
Our client, a high profile oil service company, has an exciting opportunity for an experienced Workshop Electronic Technician to join their team in Kintore.
The ideal candidate will have experience in a similar role, hold a relevant technical engineering qualification in electronics and communications. An IPC certification would be beneficial for this role too.
The role will involve the development, assembly, testing and maintenance of the Remote-Control System used in the actuation and monitoring of High Pressure Pipeline Isolation Tooling. The successful candidate will be working in a small team reporting to the department manager, and will have the ability and motivation to work independently, developing both the product and procedures.
Key Responsibilities include:
Projects / Asset Builds:
·Acceptance testing of new remote systems electronics assemblies such as modems and control boards, including complete third-party systems such as acoustic modems, Magsignallers, Satellite Comms Systems.
·Pre-deployment and FAT testing of complete remote communication systems.
·Post deployment refurbishment, testing and preparation for storage of remote communication systems components.
·Maintenance of the remote communication systems equipment register (equipment status and history on SharePoint).
·Installation of routine software and firmware updates.
·Implementation of hardware upgrades.
·Assist remote technicians with de-bug of comms and control issues (to either component or Board level, dependent on equipment).
·In house and bespoke build of custom project ancillary equipment.
·Assist Remote Electronic Engineers in assembly and testing of in-house prototype hardware and firmware.
·Assist Remote Electronics Engineers in testing and evaluation of third party equipment. Operations:
·Ad hoc technical support in the field deployment of company Pipeline Isolation Products. Candidate Main Responsibilities
·Testing and maintenance of ELF (Extremely Low Frequency) through wall communications systems.
·Acceptance testing / Q.C items incl boards, test equip, communication equip.
·Build assemble and test new asset.
·Post deployment refurbishment, testing and preparation for storage of remotes communication systems.
·Maintain a clean, organised, safe working area at all times.
·Work in a methodical, safe manner, complying with company policy and industry standards.
·Ensure procedures are adhered to and implemented.
·Review, feedback any errors / omissions that may be in procedures.
·Revision updates, both component and software, firmware.
·Maintaining traceability of revisions and status of board fleet in company SharePoint system.
·Manage the Remote electronic area, ensuring adequate consumables, tools and calibrated meters and oscilloscopes.
·Complete build paperwork in a timely manner.
·Pre-deployment and FAT testing of remote communication systems, involving acoustic systems.
·Inhouse training and maintaining standards on crimping, soldering, and wiring.
Qualifications and experience required:
·Appropriate technical / engineering / qualification or equivalent experience in electronics and communications systems, ONC, time served electronic technician.
·Explosive Atmosphere / Compex certified beneficial
·IPC certified beneficial
·Industrial serial and Ethernet communications / control systems.
·Team player with good communication skills
·Flexible attitude toward overtime
·Ability and motivation to work independently
·Good Electronic Knowledge
·Electronic fault finding
·Knowledge of hydraulic and electro-hydraulic components preferred
·Practical experience and Knowledge of pressure testing, hydraulic and gas an advantage.
If this role is of interest to you, please click below to apply or call 01224 565010 for a confidential conversation.