I&E Tech

Job #: 0000-1
Type: Regular, Full-Time, Non-exempt
Locations: Please list which location when submitting your resume.

Texas Oklahoma New Mexico
Childress Odessa Cushing Lovington
Levelland Seminole El Reno
Midland Snyder

Essential Job Duties:

  • Acts as Technical Steward for region facilities. Insures the adherence of necessary industry best practices. Insures that technical "know-how" is communicated throughout the organization.
  • Acts as a trouble-shooting resource for the operations supervision. Offers high order technical ability, diagnostics, critical thinking, and methodologies for problem solving.
  • Review operational design limits of equipment and insure that we are operating within the correct manufacturer and process design conditions
  • Thorough "hands-on" knowledge in a wide range of mechanical, electrical, and automation equipment
  • Coordinate and implement the repair, inspection, calibration, and testing of mechanical, electrical, instrumentation, and automation equipment
  • Troubleshoot and Repair mechanical, electrical, and automation equipment
  • Independently respond to breakdowns as well as maintain, and operate critical pump stations and facilities
  • Perform various predictive, preventative, reliability, troubleshooting processes and maintenance plans
  • Review and analyze equipment testing results. Use this data to identify failures, increased risk of failure and to develop plans for extending reliability of equipment
  • Oversee and participate in major installations, overhauls, rebuilds, and projects
  • Assist the Engineering, Facilities and Commissioning groups with equipment design, reviews, commissioning, and startups.
  • Interface with vendors to schedule onsite technical assistance and off-site equipment repair, inspections, and acceptance testing.
  • The ability to maintain records, draft technical reports and record data
  • Knowledge of pipelines, instrumentation, PLCs, pump controls, control valves, driven equipment, motor controls, and other industrial equipment
  • Participate in required Health, Safety, Environmental, and Security initiatives and programs such as Management of Change, Process Hazard Reviews, Planned Inspections and audits
  • Respond to call outs for breakdowns and equipment repair requests 24/7
  • Occasionally works in extreme heat, extreme cold and diverse local environments
  • Other duties and projects assigned as necessary.

Required Qualifications:

  • High School diploma or G.E.D.
  • Must be able to perform work using safe work practices in compliance with regulators such as OSHA, DOT, EPA, NFPA70E, NEC as well as other company policies and standards
  • 3+ years of directly related experience or formal education
  • Be able to read P&IDs, Mechanical and Electrical drawings
  • Experience utilizing and interpreting industry codes and federal/state/local regulations for maintenance, protection, and pipeline facility repair activities
  • Field experience or formal education with equipment maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair techniques
  • Experience must include leading third-party resources
  • Strong communication skills with ability to develop reports on work activity
  • Intermediate to advanced computing skills and aptitude
  • Proficiency with electrical and mechanical tools used for testing, repairing, and maintaining industrial equipment

Valued Additional Qualifications:

  • CMMS knowledge will be an advantage
  • Good comfort level presenting information to all levels of management
  • 2+ years technical, vocational, or trade school
  • Apprenticeship or internship program completion
  • Petroleum measurement
  • Pipeline construction
  • Programming, SCADA
  • AC and DC circuits
  • Switchgear and medium voltage
  • Technical writing and comprehension

All resumes are kept on file for 90 days.