1. JOB SUMMARY
Under the supervision of E&I Supervisor, the Instrument Technician is in charge of the execution of the maintenance and repair work of all instruments at the terminal, both scheduled and unscheduled, in a safe, reliable, and efficient manner.
2. PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES
TASKS TO BE CONDUCTED
· Responsible for the maintenance and repairs of all instruments, including the troubleshooting and other related as assigned.
· Follow the maintenance schedule strictly to deliver safe, reliable equipment and comply with company SSHE regulations.
· Coordinate with the Logistics department to carry out maintenance works.
· Recommend improvement to increase the efficiency of the terminal.
· Coordinate with the Operations department and contractors for permit to work.
· Troubleshoot instrument failure and ensure timely repairs.
· Co-ordinate the commissioning and decommissioning of all instrument related at the terminal.
· Prioritize repairs works according to the urgency of all instruments.
· Investigate premature failure of instruments.
· Ensure maintenance records are documented and correctly filled in and filed.
· Perform housekeeping and ensure the work area is neat and clean at all times.
· Be part of the terminal Emergency response team and safeguarding the Terminal assets and coordinating fire and safety-operations during emergencies.
· Achieve Key Performance Index set out by the management.
· Timely and accurate execution of PPM according to Mis
· Improvement suggestions on electrical related
· No. of near miss reports
· Positive feedback from fellow employees for the successful completion of tasks
3. COMPETENCY AND EXPERIENCE
· Experience in preventive and repair maintenance for the tank farm, jetty, office and truck loading bay.
· Experience with instrumentation or process automation in an oil refinery, chemical process plant, electric utility or electrical distribution equipment.
· Familiar with explosion-proof equipment (EX).
· Good interpersonal and communication skills.
· Work collaboratively with fellow employees and others to achieve identified goals and objectives.
· Positive attitude and self-motivated
· Independent judgement
· Have completed an industrial electrician apprenticeship, certification, or associate degree program.
· Knowledge of plant control and data acquisition systems is desired
· Ability to read electrical drawings and blueprints.
4. EDUCATION, QUALIFICATIONS AND CERTIFICATES
· Technical Certificate or High School.
· At least 2 years' capacity as an Instrument Technician (or equivalent) in the Oil Terminal Industry or related.
· Valid electrician license