- The position will involve working on both offshore and land-based facilities.
- Requires an on-call schedule and days, nights, and weekend work.
- 1-2 years of prior experience working with glycol systems, heater treaters, dehydration units, heat exchangers, etc.
- Must understand the concept of gas dehydration processes and equipment.
- Knowledge of how to use all tools associated with the work described.
- Safe driving record and willingness to travel.
- Electrical and instrumentation experience is a plus.
- Authorized to work lawfully in the United States.
- Must have knowledge of basic computer programs such as Excel, Word, etc.
- Excellent communication and organizational skills are required.
- Troubleshoot and repair glycol systems and gas processing equipment.
- Will work with a variety of components of the glycol system and other gas processing equipment. Such as, heater treaters, sludge catchers, dehydration units, contact towers, valves and controls, surge tanks, heat exchangers, separators, and reboilers.
- Conduct comprehensive field inspections, check filters and obtain samples as preventative maintenance for glycol and gas processing equipment.
- Conduct chemical cleaning processes for glycol systems and associated components.
- Promote safety and good housekeeping practices.
- Crane Rigging
- First Aid and CPR
- Safe Gulf
- Safe Land
- T2 Certification
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