Job descriptionCLOSING DATE 13 AUGUST 2023. As a Mechanical Fitter in our Rig Aftermarket site, Montrose, you will take a customer service approach with a view that the services you provide are there to support the efficient management of your workspace and production environment. As a Mechanical Fitter you will be responsible for Disassembling, inspecting, rebuilding and testing various NOV Rig technologies Equipment. You will support, improve and lead on-time assembly & testing of Equipment as well as innovative idea generation and creative, efficient problem solving. DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Read, interpret and follow basic diagrams, engineering drawings, specifications, bills of materials, and other written instructions or procedures to accurately assemble equipment and products. Be proficient with the use of engineering measuring tools – Micrometres, Vernier Gauges, Dial Indicators. Carry out work instructions as given by Supervisor, e.g. work specifications, equipment operation. Complete Facility maintenance tasks as directed by supervisor. Ensure all job related QA Plans, Workscopes, Route Carts, Inspection Reports, Test Reports and Build sheets are filled out as the job progresses. Conduct equipment Testing / FATs in accordance with NOV procedures. Identify product defects and complete appropriate documentation when defects are identified. Rework and/or repair assembled equipment and products according to engineering specification changes. Support key initiatives such as on time delivery, schedule attainment, cost of quality. Generate and implement improvement ideas and encourage idea generation among team members and stop work for safety and escalate concerns. Carry out trouble shooting of Equipment / Systems and be familiar with and use of proactive root cause problem solving (Fishbone / 5Ys etc.). QUALIFICATIONS: Time served apprenticeship or HNC in a relevant subject (essential). Higher education in a relevant subject (desirable). EXPERIENCE: Working knowledge within an oil & gas, heavy plant, factory machinery or mechanical aerospace environment (essential). Working knowledge of Pressure Equipment (essential). Working knowledge of Hydraulic systems (essential). Pressure testing Experience (desirable). SKILLS, TRAINING AND SPECIALIST KNOWLEDGE: Ability to read and interpret engineering drawings (essential). Computer literacy (including good command of Microsoft Office Excel, Word and Outlook) (desirable). Every day, the oil and gas industry’s best minds put more than 150 years of experience to work to help our customers achieve lasting success. We Power the Industry that Powers the World Throughout every region in the world and across every area of drilling and production, our family of companies has provided the technical expertise, advanced equipment, and operational support necessary for success—now and in the future. Global Family We are a global family of thousands of individuals, working as one team to create a lasting impact for ourselves, our customers, and the communities where we live and work. Purposeful Innovation Through purposeful business innovation, product creation, and service delivery, we are driven to power the industry that powers the world better. Service Above All This drives us to anticipate our customers’ needs and work with them to deliver the finest products and services on time and on budget. Rig Technologies At NOV Rig Technologies, we are harnessing the strength of knowledge and innovation that is revolutionizing the future of energy. We build on what works, using our deep expertise to help minimize risk, increase uptime, and improve performance in drilling operations around the globe.
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