A rig electrician must maintain and troubleshoot the electrical systems of a rig's motors and engines and other various heavy-duty drilling machines.
Maintain and adjust the condition of electrical assets while complying with relevant authorization procedures, safe working practices,
and specific instructions.
Ensure resources and spares are planned for and used cost-effectively.
Ensure any assets which have been maintained or had parameters adjusted still comply with specified operating requirements with minimum disruption and with the specified methods, tools, and materials.
Record any maintenance or adjustments accurately in the work history
Monitor and assess the performance and condition of electrical assets
Ensure monitoring and checks are carried out in line with specified timescales and schedules
Record and communicate monitored outcomes accurately and in timely fashion
Diagnose faults in electrical assets and respond promptly to problems in line with approved procedures
Record all diagnosis and actions taken in full details in the appropriate document history
Monitor and Maintain Pollution Control Measures and halting any unplanned discharges where possible, and report immediately according to policy,
ONC/ HNC, or NVQ Level 3 or recognized equivalent in Electrical Maintenance Engineering
Minimum Five (5) years’ experience preferred with Two (2) years offshore experience desired
Good knowledge of Electrical Isolation Standards, Risk Assessment and Man Management, Power Management System
Preferred courses: HV/LV Protection and HVLV Switching
Medically fit to offshore International standards such as ENG1 or equivalent
Should you meet the experience and criteria noted and wish to be considered, please apply today to our office at 211-212 New Market Street, North Cummingsburg, Georgetown or via our website www.eldoradooffshore.com. Or via email firstname.lastname@example.org