The Work Preparation Technician develops quality work packages/plans that address safety/health/environmental factors, reliability, and cost.
Perform job scoping activities for all work orders and perform complete planning activities for Priority 1 and 2 work orders including but not limited to:
create 72FC work orders from approved notifications
visit job site to diagnose and scope problem to determine true failure mode and/or cause of defect
determine work scope and gather job site details via work prep checklist
create digital work prep folder in SharePoint
create work prep notes in work order
receive new material from warehouseman
perform technical QA/QC of new material
monitor T5 orders for scope changes
Comply with and adhere to all EME process requirements.
Coordinate work prep activities with other team members as needed or as directed by Planning Team Lead.
Initiate and assist in material requirements identification.
Print Shop Papers for distribution by team leads.
Team player capable of multi-tasking and managing competing priorities.
Must be self-directed and work well independently.
Must have problem-solving ability, time management skills, and interpersonal skills.
Must have proficiency in standard software packages including MS Word, Excel, and basic understanding of SAP Plant Maintenance Module.
Must have the ability to read engineering and process drawings, P&IDs, etc.
Ability to develop and foster positive working relationships with Planning Team members, asset leadership, and all asset-based personnel is a necessity.
Relevant work experience in an industrial setting with discipline-specific asset equipment, systems, and components.
Basic knowledge of maintenance planning principles and techniques.
Must have familiarity with oil and gas separation and processing systems and equipment; Experience with and knowledge of operating and maintaining an oil and gas production platform in the Gulf of Mexico is a significant plus.
Basic working knowledge of SAP Plant Maintenance Module.
Demonstrated commitment to safe work practices.
Must hold or be able to obtain HUET certification.
Must hold or able to secure a TWIC Card through Transportation Security Administration (TSA).