Assemble, integrate and test electronic and mechanical parts to produce Inline Inspection Equipment as well as repair, rework and refurbish equipment in accordance with established quality control procedures.
Tool preparation, testing and maintenance (60%)
- Performs routine and preventative maintenance, troubleshoots and repairs all service equipment prior to field deployment in accordance with established assembly and configuration procedures, -
Assists in the development, assembly, and testing of new equipment to enable more reliable and improved Inline Inspection equipment,
- Utilizes mechanical drawings and electrical schematics to prepare and assemble electro/mechanical parts,
- Assists in the collection and maintenance of “As-Built” records;
Modifications & field service support (35%)
- Fabricates or modifies parts as needed utilizing available tools and materials,
- Utilizes appropriate forms and software to report the build and repair history of Inline Inspection Equipment and sub-assemblies,
- Identifies and suggests corrections for fit and finish problems with parts and assemblies,
- Provides support to Field Service by configuring Inline Inspection Tools for specific customer requirements;
Maintains clean, orderly work area, ensuring that TDW safety standards are maintained.
- Demonstrated knowledge of commonly-used concepts, practices and procedures within electronic technology,
- Demonstrated mechanical aptitude in the safe and proper use of hand tool and small power tools used in the fabrication of Inline Inspection Equipment,
- Ability to assemble complete MFL and DEF inspection tools with minimal supervision,
- Proficient in the use of personal computers (Microsoft Word and Excel software at the Intermediate level),
- Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written,
- Willing to travel at short notice in support of Field operations.