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    Under limited supervision, the individual is responsible for delivering site service operations for subsea equipment in compliance with design and operating procedures and customer requirements.  This individual performs complex mechanical assembly operations, often to close tolerances, working from written and verbal instructions. Uses hand tools, power tools, and measuring devices and reviews service job requirements and coordinates equipment, etc. for assigned jobs. 


    Duties and Responsibilities:


    • Promote safety awareness and complies with all applicable safety procedures and regulations
    • Maintain current knowledge of safety standards
    • Construct, assemble, and test subsea tooling/equipment per specified procedures and quality requirements
    • Perform light shop fabrication work
    • Evaluate and interpret data during and after service activity
    • Promote teamwork and take an active part in meeting customers service requirements
    • Make general equipment repair decisions as needed both on and offshore
    • Perform FAT and SIT testing on subsea equipment
    • Inspect parts for damage and record traceability on work order
    • Responsible for proper documentation of each step in procedure performed
    • Maintain a clean and safe work area
    • Maintain current knowledge of safety standards
    • Ability to troubleshoot equipment failures
    • Ability to read DWG’s/schematics/procedures
    • Working knowledge of hand tools and machinery used on TEI facility
    • Knowledge of structural bolted connections
    • Ability to operate overhead crane properly and safely
    • Ability to demonstrate proper rigging techniques
    • Ability to load/off load heavy equipment
    • Ability to assist in operation of TEI or customer equipment
    • Ability to complete proper test charts
    • Interact with engineering on any assembly and/or test procedure when changes are required
    • Interact with 3rd party inspectors and customers relating to their products
    • Undergo extensive safety training
    • Be familiar with Company HSE policies and procedures
    • Share knowledge & best practice across the company
    • All other duties as assigned




    • Two or more years of experience involving assembly and test of oilfield or similar products.
    • Familiarity with engineering drawings including manufacturing, general arrangement, and hydraulic flow drawings.
    • Sound mechanical knowledge including threads and thread forms, limits and fits, measuring units and conversions, basic math and mechanics, and properties of materials.
    • Strong interpersonal and communications skills, both verbal and written.
    • Ability to demonstrate strong decision making skills, initiative and assertiveness, the ability to plan
    • Must be able to operate an overhead crane and/or jib cranes safely.
    • Must be able to operate a forklift.


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