The Lead Hydraulic Workshop Technician will supervise and lead manufacturing teams capable of building and testing Hydraulic Power Control Units (HPU's), Well Head Control Panels (WHCP's), Top Side Termination Units (TUTU's), Hydraulic Pressure Accumulation Racks, and Interface/work-over panels. Intervention Workover Control Systems (IWOCS), Chemical Injection (CI) packages.
How you do it
The Lead workshop technician will plan work load for team members, giving clear leadership and direction to achieve objectives. You will be able to complete manufacturing paperwork accurately and legibly. And will be a good communicator. Happy to attend manufacturing/engineering meetings and contribute mechanical lead information, as appropriate. You will be a team leader with balanced behaviours and positive attitude, able to bring the best out of team members, whilst maintaining good work disciplines and time keeping within the group.
And will have the ability to plan the layout of hydraulic components within the space parameters in order to achieve a logical and balance system. Working closely with the electrical team leader. You will be able to identify and install hydraulic components. As well as being able to read and understand P&ID schematic drawings, General Assembly drawings, Parts Lists and Test Procedures (Flushing, Pressure Testing, Leak Testing, Functional Acceptance (FAT) work.
What we look for
Experience of working with Instrument Tubing and the make-up and assembly of Twin Ferrule systems including Swagelok, Parker and Gyrolok/Hoke. Cutting, deburring, bending, correct pulling on/setting of ferrules. Assembly of these types of tube systems into valves.
Experience of working with Medium & High Pressure Cone & Thread systems including Autoclave and Butech type tube/valve connections and associated instrument tubing skills.
Experience with manufacture and assembly of Pipe-work systems including cutting NPT threads on Ridgid type machinery and correct assembly of connections.
Experience in the use of general fitting and fabrication hand tools, and workshop machinery including Pillar Drills, Band Saw, Pedestal grinders and Linishers.
Experience with Fire Suppression & Deluge Control units, would be an advantage.
TIG welding capability working with 316 Stainless Steel, would be advantageous.
Ability to install and inspect ATEX approved glands, would be an advantage.
FLT driver, would be an advantage.
First Aid at Work certified training, would be an advantage.
PASMA certificate of Competence for Tower & Podium use, would be an advantage.
IPAF Operator Training Certificate for Mobile Vertical (3a), and Mobile Boom (3b) Mobile Elevated Work Platforms, would be an advantage.