A) Key Areas of Accountability / Responsibility
1. Perform preventative maintenance and calibrations on various systems, components, and equipment.
2. Document conditions, actions, procedures and results of work, tests or inspections performed as required by Company policies and procedures.
3. Review calibration records for completeness and compliance with SOPs and regulations.
4. Develop and maintain PMs governing calibrations of specific instruments.
5. Monitor status of calibration activities for business units and site services.
6. Troubleshoot operational problems in order to identify appropriate corrective action.
7. Perform repairs on equipment from written instructions, sketches, plans, diagrams, oral descriptions or self determined job requirements based on observed conditions.
8. Revise schematics and blueprints to reflect any modifications to equipment or systems.
9. Develop and maintain SOPs for instrument calibrations.
10. Maintain and upgrade technical and nontechnical skills through participation in company and outside training programs.
11. Comply with department work schedules, shifts, call-ins; stand by, department coverage and overtime.
12. Maintain work area and equipment in a clean and orderly manner.
13. Performs other duties as assigned.
SHE - Safety, Health, and Environmental are integrated within the Operational Excellence philosophy. Personnel have numerous responsibilities related to their own and the safety and security of others. Personnel must be thoroughly familiar with and follow all safety and security rules and procedures. They should display positive safety behaviors at all times, encourage others to do so, and understand how their job and actions affect plant safety and operations. Personnel must use proper safety equipment at all times, and perform their assigned duties as defined by OE Work Processes, area Standard Operating Procedures, Job Safety Analysis, and Plant Safety Manual Procedures. These positions must always act in such a way that the organization will learn from its incidents. They should report all accidents and near misses and encouage others to do so as well. Additionally, they should encourage SHE improvements to reduce and/or prevent future incidents. Personnel should make regular inspections of their area to identify any housekeeping, safety or environmental concerns or (they should conduct safety, environmental and housekeeping inspections in their own areas before starting work and correct/report any deficiencies). If problems are detected, immediate corrective action should be initiated. Specific SHE related training is to be completed as scheduled or within 45 days of returning to work if off during the scheduled training.
Adhere to SOP’s and site policies to ensure self and others perform work in a safe manner. Document work performed and accurately record time to work order.
c) Projects or Special Assignments