The Electrician reports to the Chief Electrician and has overall responsibility for routine electrical maintenance and repair.
Installs power supply wiring for newly installed machines and equipment following electrical codes and blueprints
Connects power supply wires to machines and equipment and connects cables and wires between machines and equipment following manuals, schematic diagrams, and blueprints
Diagnoses malfunctioning apparatus, such as transformers, motors, and lighting fixtures using test equipment
Test malfunctioning machinery and discusses malfunction with other maintenance workers to diagnose the problem
Replaces faulty electrical components of machines, such as relays, switches, and motors, and positions sensing devices
Responsible for maintenance and repairs to vessel electrical equipment within a good marine standard
Cleans electric motors and areas housing motors with solvent, broom, or vacuum cleaner regularly
Assists other department personnel as required and directed by Chief Electrician or Chief Engineer
Follows a continuous improvement process that includes familiarization with vessel systems and equipment, and taking advantage of any company-offered craft training
Adheres to company health, safety, and environmental programs
Adheres to company objectives, policies, programs, and procedures
Performs other duties as assigned by their Supervisor
Minimum Qualifications and Experience:
High School Graduate
Vocational Training or equivalent experience in electrical maintenance
Subsea construction experience
Lift up to 50 lbs. without assistance and up to 100 lbs. with assistance.
Specific vision abilities required by this job include Close vision, Distance vision, Peripheral vision, Depth perception and Ability to adjust focus.
Must be able to hear audio warning signals.
Must be able to swing on a swing rope to board offshore structures/vessels.
Regularly required to stand; walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms and talk or hear.
Frequently required to climb or balance and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl.
Occasionally required to sit.
Capable of wearing personal protective equipment, including hearing protection, and safety glasses.
Requires working long strenuous hours.
Must be able to work rotating day and night shifts with a minimum of 12-hour duration, and shift schedules of 28 and 14 days.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this job.
Regularly exposed to wet or humid conditions (non-weather).
May work near moving mechanical parts.
Work in high, precarious places.
Outdoor weather conditions: extreme cold (non-weather); extreme heat (non-weather) and vibration.
Frequently exposed to work with explosives.
Occasionally exposed to fumes or airborne particles
Risk of electrical shock.
The noise level in the work environment is usually loud.
Job Types: Full-time, Temporary
Marine Electrical: 3 years