The primary responsibility for the Equipment Technician position
is collecting, analyzing, and reporting the health of rotating equipment based
on multiple technologies including vibration, thermography, oil analysis, pump
and motor performance, compressor and engine performance and key operating
parameters. This position works closely with operations, engineers,
specialists, and maintenance personnel in troubleshooting and repairs. This
position will provide support for multiple sites.


Essential duties and

To perform this job
successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential job duties
satisfactorily. The requirements for this position are listed below:

and maintain vibration analysis program. Establish equipment routes and
frequency. Collect and enter equipment data necessary for proper vibration
with rotating and/or reciprocating equipment analysis techniques and
perform as requiredProficient
with motor and/or engine analysis techniques and perform as requiredDevelop
and maintain lube oil analysis program establishing routes and frequencyPeriodic
(monthly, quarterly, etc.) data acquisition from equipment, including
vibration data with portable systems, critical machinery performance
metrics (flow rates, equipment rotating speed, temperatures, and process
flow characteristics) and lube oil samples and analysisPerform
analysis of data to resolve or proactively anticipate equipment failuresLead
and/or assist in root cause failure analysis utilizing the TapRoot processImplements
continuous monitoring systems, such as alarm, report, and acceptance
scheduling of repairs by taking ownership of notifications and
corresponding follow-upMonitor
equipment repairs in the field and at vendor shopsReport
equipment deficiencies in SAP system making recommendations for corrective
with responsible Maintenance/Reliability Specialist, engineers, planners, Operations
Managers and supervisors to ensure proper priorities are placed on
deficiencies and continuous learning/improvement process is fosteredSupport
the lubrication program by monitoring its effectiveness or, when required,
take samples, interpret analysis and take corrective actionsPerform
other duties related to this function to ensure the reliability of equipment
in the operating area of responsibility

Required education:

School Diploma or GED

Required experience is
commensurate with the selected job level:

C requires a minimum of 0–2 years of relevant experience in an oil and gas
operations role or equivalent work experienceLevel
B requires a minimum of 2–4 years of relevant experience in an oil and gas
operations role or equivalent work experienceLevel
A requires a minimum of 4+ years of relevant experience in an oil and gas
operations role or equivalent work experience

Preferred Qualifications:

troubleshooting skills and ability to interpret and analyze dataStrong
computer skills with experience in Microsoft Office suite.

Working Conditions:


The work environment characteristics described here are
representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential
functions of this job.


Frequent exposure to heat, cold, and
other adverse weather conditions Work in and around industrial
and construction settings, which may include hazardous products,
processes, materials and chemicals, as well as extreme temperature
conditions and loud machinery, and require appropriate personal protective
equipmentFrequent heavy lifting with and
without assistanceWork on and around equipment
and facilities that require knowledge of and adherence to safe work
procedures and practices  Subject to call-outs to respond
to operational issues and emergencies after working hours, at night, and
on weekends and holidaysReliable attendance at workOccasional overnight travel may
be required
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