JOB SUMMARY: Employee will maintain and troubleshoot electronic equipment, controls, and computers used in Oilfield operations. Primary responsibilities include preforming tests, troubleshooting, maintenance, calibration, and repairs on electronic and electro-mechanical equipment both at the facility and in the field.
PHYSICAL AND WORKING CONDITIONS: Frequent Climbing (stairs, ladders, terrain)
Midland: Rotating Shift: 15 Days/Night on/ 6 days off. Rotates between days and nights. 6am-7pm and 6pm/7am.
Odessa: Rotating Shift- 15Days/Split on/6 days off. Rotates between days and split. 6am-7pm and 11am-12am.
Frequent lifting (50 pounds) Frequent bending, twisting, and standing Regularly exposed to moving mechanical parts Exposure to fumes/airborne particles Exposure to working long hours Exposure to high noise Exposure to working outdoors in all-weather conditions (hot, cold, dust, dirt, noise, fumes, etc.)
ESSENTIAL TASKS: Perform regular and scheduled maintenance on hydraulic fracturing equipment to ensure equipment remains in good working order Perform repairs on equipment as needed in the field and in shop locations using hand and power tools Installation and configuration of electronic and electro-mechanical equipment and instrumentation
Assemble, install or repair wiring, electrical and electronic components Travel to locations to perform emergency repairs on electronics and equipment Diagnose electrical problem and troubleshoot how to correct them using wiring schematics, repair manuals, and part catalogs as necessary Inspect, operate, and test equipment and components to diagnose malfunctions Test equipment at Manufacturer's facility to ensure that equipment meets company standards prior to being dispatched to the field Document repairs, inspections, and testing for all equipment Maintain a safe work environment following all HSE requirements at all times Perform other related duties as requested