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Service Technician II

  • St. John's (Canada)

Description de l'offre

🔍Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

   Field Services

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TechnipFMC Technical Services Department consists of Technical Service Personnel and Degreed Engineers (Mechanical, Electrical, Industrial, Petroleum, etc.) that are hands-on, product-application oriented individuals that function in an onshore and/or offshore work environment.TechnipFMC Technical Services’ focus is to provide our customers with detailed engineering, planning and onsite execution of services for installation, intervention, refurbishment and maintenance of TechnipFMC subsea and topsides equipment. Our goal is to provide technical support and services of TechnipFMC products in a safe and timely manner that adheres to quality and reliability requirements which enables our customer success.

Technical Service Personnel prepare, support and troubleshoot the testing, maintenance and repair of TechnipFMC oilfield equipment including, but not limited to: wellheads, risers, tensioners, control systems, subsea processing, trees, manifolds and tie in systems.


ØHigh School diploma or equivalent preferred

ØTypically, 6+ months experience in field service technician role

ØValid Driver’s license and Passport for travel if required

ØRequires intermediate knowledge of one or more of the following fields: Electrical; Subsea equipment; Hydraulics equipment; Mechanical equipment and tools

ØAnalyze trends or deviations from standards

ØProficient in applicable software applications

ØAbility to read and understand drawings. Able to perform basic mathematical calculations.

ØAbility to use technical tools and instruments required to perform duties

ØRequired to interpret job requirements and coordinate equipment needed

ØStrong written and verbal communication skills in English are important

ØAbility to receive, interpret, understand, and respond to verbal messages and other cues in a clear and concise manner.

ØAbility to work in a team-oriented environment is important.

ØAbility to receive constructive feedback and coaching and respond appropriately.

ØProficiently communicate ideas and concepts, developing the ability to persuade, influence, and facilitate problem resolution.

ØEffective understanding and communication within diverse cultural environments is critical


ØIn-depth training for the specific products (To include OJT, shop and classroom)

ØService Skills Training Class, TechnipFMC Safety Orientation, Petex Drilling Technology, Introduction to Marine Drilling, Subsea Service Skills Training, START safety program, commitment to ethics, sexual harassment, TechnipFMC Wellsite Relations, and Houston Operating Procedures (HOPs).

ØInstruction on all paperwork requirements (Field Service Orders, expense reports etc.)

ØStandard OSHA requirements (forklift, Material Safety Data Sheets, etc.), EPA requirements.

ØCustomer specific training based on project requirements


ØNo Direct Reports