Electronic Technician (ET)

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What does the work consist of?
The Electronic Technician advises the Electrical Supervisor of installations, maintenance, repairs, testing, and verification of electronic equipment and automated systems onboard the rig.

The Electronic Technician is also responsible for the maintenance and repair of the Dynamic Positioning System, BOP MUX system and the Drilling systems, but is not restricted to working exclusively on this equipment. His/her responsibilities also include assisting the Electrician when required. On floating units, there are 3 ETs covering each their specified areas in which they are experts; Drilling ET, Subsea ET and DP ET.

What do I need to know to hold the position?

In order to hold this position, you must have the following:

  One of the following:
•  Certified Industrial Electrician with recognized National Apprenticeship, Certificate or Diploma such as Academy Profession, City & Guilds, Capstone Assessment or similar.
•  Higher Degree in Electrical Engineering on a Bachelor or Master Level with further practical experience in accordance with requirements from the National Authorities.

  High Voltage Certificate / Training

  Experience with the relevant systems and equipment

How do I get there?

You must be certified Electronic Engineer with several years of experience within this field. You will then typically start your career offshore in a position as Assistant Electrician, Electrician, or Roustabout to gain offshore experience, before progressing to ET.

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