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Generally, Electrical Technicians average 50-55 hours per week and travel away from home about 40% of the time. The facilities at which work is performed are located primarily in the Gulf Coast in Texas and Louisiana. Occasional travel in other parts of the United States is expected to be low, but is possible. International travel outside of North America is expected to be very low, but is possible.
You would perform and/or supervises the inspection, repair, installation, troubleshooting, and modification of induction and synchronous motors, transformers, high and low voltage switchgear, protective relays, switchgear starters, transformers, generators, distribution systems up to 138 KV and associated equipment controls and protective equipment in Global Operations operated plants, joint ventures, subsidiaries, and third party facilities.
You will be responsible to develop worn component refurbishment procedures and follow through on repairs and spare parts replacements based on electrical engineering recommendations and must be able to provide technical decision-making support for major equipment repairs.
You must be able to develop work scopes for equipment repair and overhaul, to prepare and provide technical reports as well as enter information into SAP to provide accurate documentation on equipment and information to enable others in the organization to carry out their responsibilities effectively.