Job Description Workshop Technician with Stork:
To support in the overall delivery of the Group’s business objectives, whilst implementing departmental procedures in line with Company standards. Responsible for the control of Integrity Equipment.
Tasks and Responsibilities as an Workshop Technician:
Maintenance, Service & Certification
Support with certification, maintenance, and calibration of Stork owned Industrial Radiography, NDT & Advanced TOFD/PA Equipment.
Support with Mobilisation & demobilisation of Integrity Equipment.
Assist in ensuring the day-to-day orderliness and tidiness of the Integrity workshop
Support the Integrity Plant and Equipment stock control.
Support with the loading and unloading of deliveries / collections.
Support with the packaging and containerisation of materials and equipment.
Support with the emptying of returned containers of equipment and materials.
Assist with waste management activities.
At Stork, Safety is our first Core Value and we believe that safety is a team effort. Safer Together is employee owned. It is how we think, communicate and act at Stork. As a member of the Stork team, there are expectations of you within your role:
Be aware of, and understand your HSEQ responsibilities relevant to your role, if unsure ask your Line Manager
Work in partnership with HSEQ on any HSEQ matters
Work in accordance with your departmental HSEQ Service Level Agreement (if in existence)
Understand and adhere to the Safer Together behaviours – See Appendix A (WORKFORCE behaviours are applicable)
Assisting in the tracking of orders in Aspire, Stock Orders.
Recording & Certification
Ensure that accurate inspection records are maintained.
Support the compilation of check sheets, to facilitate stores manifesting
Support the compilation of certification packs including operators instructions, and ensuring that all are valid.
At Stork, we attach great value to the key competences of our employees. We expect you always give safety the highest priority and that you are strongly working together with others. You are a specialist in your area of expertise and you have a proactive and entrepreneurial attitude.
Specific Requirements for the Workshop Technician:
Education & Experience
GCSE (or equivalent ), Higher education or experience commensurate with the role and have demonstrated an appropriate level of technical competence.
PUWER & LOLER
COSHH & Manual Handling
Task Risk Assessment
Product Specific Training
Level 1 or awareness of methods including UT/MT/PT/EC/RAD
Experience and Skills
Experience in a similar role
Maintenance, Service & Certification of NDT equipment
Previous experience in a similar role in the Oil and Gas Industry
Knowledge of range of services Stork does and can provide to the client
NDT experience is preferred but not essential
We understand that our people are key to achieving Storks ambition to be the Industry reference every day, everywhere and we are proud to have been awarded the Investors in People Gold standard in recognition of our strong employee engagement focus.
There are many great reasons to work at Stork –
In order to attract and retain skilled, competent and customer focused people we offer a competitive and extensive benefits package providing a suite of both contractual and voluntary benefits including access to corporate discounts. Employee benefits will depend on work location and role, however, may include life assurance, income protection, and private medical insurance.
In addition we recognize the importance of providing flexibility to our employees and offer a Flexi Friday working arrangement as well as the opportunity to purchase additional annual leave.
Location: Dyce, Aberdeen
Hours: 40 hours
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