Breitburn

  • Instrument & Electrical Technician II

    Job Locations US-FL-Jay
    Req No.
    2018-1933
    Category
    Operations
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    Under the direction of the Advanced Facilities Engineer, responsible for the installation, maintenance, and repair of end devices (transmitters, switches, positioners, solenoids, and I to P’s) to maximize operational runtime.

    Responsibilities

    • Demonstrate proper electrical and safety installation practices with new installation of gas processing & measurement equipment
    • Ability to adjust PID tuning parameters to maintain proper process control of gas processing / water handling / temperature controlling equipment.
    • Configures variable frequency drives to provide better process control to aid operations.
    • Ability to calibrate flow measurement equipment to ensure proper operations.

    • Ability to calibrate and maintain safety shutdown control equipment

    • Assist in ensuring all aspects of operations are in compliance with government regulations and Breitburn policies.

    • Understanding of Fail-Safe wiring practices and fail-safe programming logic.

    Qualifications

    High School diploma or equivalent

    Minimum 2 years of oil and gas experience, Co-op electronic classes, associate’s degree, or journeyman electrician.

    Must be willing to learn the necessary skills to work on/troubleshoot high voltage systems such as ESP’s.

    • Mechanical or instrumentation background helpful but not required.
    • General understanding of pneumatic and hydraulic systems.
    • Thoroughly understands pressure, level, and flow.

    • Familiarity of the National Electrical code and API recommended installation requirements.

    • Understand electrical operations of end-devices and how they are used in the oil and gas industry.

    • ISA and/or gas measurement certifications recommended

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