TIGA is an operational technology systems integrator based in The Woodlands, Lafayette, Dallas, Denver and Williston. We believe that systems integration is a fundamental component to leveraging new and well-established technologies against operational problems that exist within the Upstream, Midstream and Downstream oil and gas sector. Our objective is to be a trusted service provider capable of integrating our clients Control Systems, Industrial Networks, SCADA Systems, Decision Support Systems and integrating the Real-Time and Custody Transfer Data into the Enterprise.
Delegate tasks and responsibilities to the apprentice level crew members.
Installing conduit and or MC-HL type cable according to the NEC code.
Sufficiently install and troubleshoot different relay’s, VFD’s, wireless or hard-wired instrumentation and controllers.
Working on different process, compression and metering equipment used in the upstream and midstream sectors of the oilfield.
Installing electrical power, control, measurement and safety systems for the upstream and midstream sectors.
Effectively generate and communicate detailed work records and paperwork
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: EXPERIENCE, EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATIONS:
Minimum of five (5) years electrical experience in the Industrial oil and gas sectors.
Experienced in all phases of a project for the installation of electrical systems and or equipment.
High School Diploma or equivalent.
Up to date on all of the new codes and standards in NFPA 70E (NEC code book).
Journeyman electrical license for the State of Texas or Journeyman applicants must be Texas licensed from a reciprocal State (Arkansas, Idaho, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, South Dakota, or Wyoming)
Applicable regulatory safety training
Proficient in modifications and understanding electrical schematics and drawings
Demonstrates an understanding of electrical systems, switchgear and circuit types and able to troubleshoot any issues presented
Must possess the skill set to work on low voltage and medium voltage equipment and circuits.
Knowledge of most electrical components commonly found in the oil and gas industry.
Possess the ability to install, wire and loop test PLC’s, RTU’s and EFM’s
Ability to work safely and recognize potential hazards.
Ability to handle pressure and possess positive leadership in difficult or challenging situations.
Computer savvy and proficient in Microsoft Office
Must be a detail-oriented, results-driven individual with a commitment to quality, accuracy and the ability to organize and prioritize workloads to meet deadlines.
Must possess strong interpersonal and excellent communication (written and oral) skills.
Strong problem solving, technical, and functional skills with the ability to multi-task and be willing to learn.
Must be able to work collaboratively and cooperatively, take direction, work well in a team environment, and interact with all levels of management, engineering, systems, operations and field personnel.
Ability to multitask and demonstrate flexibility in managing multiple projects.
Calibration equipment (Hart, Crystal, loop calibrator, etc.)
Hand-Held Electrical tools needed to perform his or her job duties
28x14 or 21x21 Rotation
Position will work primarily in the field. Subject to time pressures and constraints and is also dependent on input from others. Need to be fit for duty.
Must have a valid driver’s license and will need to meet the company's insurers driving policy requirements.
Per diem will be compensated to defray expenses associated with traveling, meals and lodging in accordance to applicable law.
Subject to a background check, as well as drug and alcohol testing, per applicable federal regulations.
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