From the deepest Subsea oil & gas developments to the largest and most complex Offshore and Onshore infrastructures, our 37,500 people are constantly offering the best solutions and most innovative technologies to meet the world’s energy challenges.
Present in 48 countries, Technip has state-of-the-art industrial assets on all continents and operates a fleet of specialized vessels for pipeline installation and subsea construction.
Job Title: SCM Technician
Responsible for the maintenance, refurbishment and testing of TechnipFMC Subsea Controls Modules as well as all dedicated systems and equipment in the SCM lab. This includes mechanical assembly, electrical assembly and testing, hydraulic pressure testing, flushing and control of hydraulic systems, function testing and troubleshooting/fault finding. Also, responsible for installation and testing of SCM, PT sensors and harnesses on subsea equipment in the workshop. Responsible for factory acceptance testing of trees, SCM’s and sensors.
Degree in Engineering, Electronics, Computer Science, Networking or related field or equivalent work experience preferred.
One to two years related experience in mechanical, electrical field
Must be able to read / understand mechanical, electrical, and hydraulic schematics.
Must demonstrate strong communication skills to interact with internal and external customers Must demonstrate attention to detail and accuracy.
Must demonstrate strong organization and troubleshooting skills
Must be able to be an independent self-starter to accomplish daily tasks and goals.
PC skills including proficiency in spread sheet and word processing applications required. Must have SAP experience
Major Responsibility Area:
Takes ownership and accountability for Safety requirements, will be committed to risk assessment while ensuring mitigation actions for the prevention of identified risks prior to commencement of every operation and task. Will take ownership to drive commitment to Safety requirements within the team.
Successfully comply with the safety CBT requirements as required yearly
Complete JSA’s prior to any work beginning
Participate in TechnipFMC’s Behavioural Safety Initiatives
Hydraulic and Electrical Maintenance, refurbishment and testing of TechnipFMC Subsea Controls
Mechanical assembly, electrical assembly and testing, hydraulic pressure testing, flushing and
control of hydraulic systems, function testing and troubleshooting/fault finding.
Installation and testing of SCM, PT sensors and harnesses on subsea equipment in the workshop
Perform Factory acceptance testing in the workshop on the trees via the SCM and HPU
Install and maintain software in both computers and SCM’s
Complete helium leak tests on SEM cans prior to final assembly
Make mechanical connections and crimps on wires inside the SCM
Complete Service/Work order documentation packs that pertain to each piece of equipment
Interface with customer and third-party quality representatives on behalf of TechnipFMCduring testing
and fault finding
Read and understand work packs from engineering
Complete Non-conformance reports on all defects found during work
Read cleanliness samples of hydraulic fluid
Understand the importance of ESD while working with electronic equipment
Maintain SCM lab 5S