Saturday, 6 May 2017

CHIEF ELECTRICIAN NEEDED AT SCHLUMBERGER


The chief electrician is responsible for operation, maintenance and repair of all electrical equipment on the rig and in the camp, and for managing the electrical team. Service quality, job preparation, planning and safety are key priorities in this role. The position reports to the rig manager.
Successful chief electricians learn and adapt quickly to problems and new situations, they pursue everything with energy, drive and a need to finish, and use logic to solve problems with effective solutions. They are good listeners and can communicate effectively with managers, peers and clients. They work well independently and within a team and are committed to continuous improvement.

JOB TITLE:
Chief Electrician

Schlumberger is an equal employment opportunity employer. Qualified applicants are considered without regard to race, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, status as a protected veteran or other characteristics protected by law.

LOCATION:
 Midland- United States


REQUIREMENTS:
  • Pvc experience, programming, trouble-shooting problems, etc. – siemens plc, etc.
  • Ac vfd experience – eaton, yasakawa, etc.
  • Generator control experience – woodwards easygen, etc.
  • Control system experience – omron, amphion, nov, etc.
  • Standalone electrician experience
QUALIFICATION:
  • Industrial electrical or electronics certificate or equivalent.
  • Minimum five years’ field experience with similar equipment onshore or offshore, preferably on an oil well drilling rig.
  • Has the required proficiency level for the position based on the company competency catalogue.
  • Candidates must be able to legally work and reside in the us, without sponsorship.
DEADLINE:
 Not specified

Interested candidates should follow the link below to apply





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