E&I Technician

Job Description :

  1. Overall Job Purpose

Electrical & Instrument Technician is responsible for carrying out maintenance of the facility’s electrical, instrument and communications system and associated equipment with minimal environmental impact in accordance with legislation, class, flag and the Facility Management System (FMS).

  1. Core Responsibilities

Carry out maintenance and repair work, shutdowns, isolations and planned maintenance.

Familiar with the facilities electrical and instrument equipment, their safe operation and maintenance and will ensure that he has knowledge of safety requirements, including work permit systems, operational and emergency procedures, Company policy and instructions.

Ensure all information entered in logs, reports, maintenance records and FMS is accurate and conforms to the Facility Management System.

Perform gas tests and isolations as per permit to work requirements.

Supervise and support trainee and contractor’s activities onboard, and ensure work is carried out in a safe and efficient manner and in compliance with FMS.

Ensure [Critical Function Test] CFT tests are carried out as per FMS requirements.

Ensure PLC data is updated and where necessary back up files are made and stored as required. Manage software changes under control of the Engineering Change Request (ECR).

Maintain all electrical and instrument equipment within all applicable codes, regulations and standards. Maintain rating of all electrical hazardous area equipment.

Perform HV switching on electrical equipment as required.

Participate as helicopter deck crew as required.

  1. Financial and Operational Dimensions/Impact and Decision-making Authority

Identify and shutdown unsafe equipment as required. Maintenance Supervisor for day-to-day guidance & instruction.

  1. Work Relationships

Maintenance Supervisor for day-to-day guidance & instruction.

Liaise with Facility Management Team as required.

Liaise with Materials Coordinator for stores and spare gear and monitor consumption.

  1. Job Challenges and Problem Solving (Specific challenges this position will regularly face and the corresponding minimum competencies: skills, knowledge, and behaviors required to perform the job).

Self-develop troubleshooting skills.

    6. Working Conditions

Work Environment: Describe general working conditions (i.e. noise level, temperature, around heavy machinery)

*Reasonable accommodations may be made to ensure Individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Working offshore on board an Offshore Installation Vessel (FSO or FPSO) with very noisy machines, chemicals, dust, toxic gases, and hot surface.

Working with high voltage power source.

Facing some hazards such as falls, slips, burn, hand and eyes injury, occupational diseases.

Working on rotation in conjunction with Offshore normal crew change patterns.

Frequently travelling between the working location and home by either helicopter or boat. Crew change by boat may cause personnel feel seasick.

Unexpected over working time shall be requested in case of process upset or emergency situation.

Physical Demands: Describe amount & frequency of physical requirements of the position (ie. lifting, pushing. climbing) *Reasonable accommodations may be made to ensure individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

The job requires a good stamina at offshore environment, to be able to climb many verticall ladders & stairs in Engine room, Pump room or Top Side of FPSO and some narrow locations to carry out routine maintenance and break down jobs.

Fast paced, at times high pressure work environment involving short deadlines and frequent contact with internal and external personnel including management and the client as required.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, use their hand to lift objects, handle or feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk and hear. The employee is occasionally required to stand, walk, bend and stoop.

Regularly using radio for communication,

Job Requirements :

1. Educational Qualification:

Degree in Marine Electrical/Electrical/Electronics/Instrumentation Certification and or with other formal trade qualification (Class A” electrical license or equivalent).


Certified in hazardous area electrical inspection and maintenance.

Certified in High Voltage Switching.

2. Relevant Experience:


Experience with Distributed Control Systems (DCS), [Open Transfer Network] OTN networks, Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC), electrical generation and distribution systems and hazardous area electrical equipment selection and maintenance.

Experience in the maintenance and operation of electrical, electronic and instrumentation equipment onboard an FPSO/FSO or seagoing oil tanker, or other relevant experience within the hydrocarbons processing industry.


Experience using computerized Planned Maintenance Systems (AMOS), Safety Management Systems.

Language(s) and Software:

Good knowledge of English (IELTS 4.0 or equal).

Key Behaviors:

Good personal and interpersonal skills and culturally aware with experience of working with multicultural workforce.

Benefits :

  • Competitive salary and attractive bonuses
  • Participation in insurance programs as per legal regulations
  • Stable and long-term employment
  • Professional working environment
  • Opportunities for career advancement
  • Work schedule: 4 weeks on, 4 weeks off rotation, with a maximum of 5 weeks per rotation

Infomation :

Company :

PVD Technical Training And Certification Joint Stock Company

Address :

FSO/ FPSO Vietnam

Contact :

Ms. Thoa

Phone :

+84 977 923 486

Loại hợp đồng :

Long term

Mức thu nhập :

Negotiable directly

Ngành nghề :

Electrical Engineering

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