Job Information

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    Salary SAR 2000-3000 / Monthly
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    Shift Morning
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    No. of Openings 1 opening
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    Job Level : Executive
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    Job Experience : 12 Months
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    Job Qualifications Bachelor

Job Description

The Rig Electrician is responsible for the inspection, maintenance and field repair of all electrical equipment on the rig, logistics equipment and camp in accordance with Nabors Rig Management System (RMS).

• To ensure that all operation of electrical equipment is carried out in a safe manner and in accordance with the manufacturers’ specifications
• To maintain all electrical equipment on the rig and camp in accordance with Nabors planned maintenance system and to manufacturers’ specifications
• To carry out unscheduled repairs to electrical equipment at the rig site and on the camp
• To liaise with the Rig Manager, Driller and Rig Mechanic to schedule major overhauls of rig equipment
• To ensure the availability of adequate spare parts for electrical equipment through the inventory system, both for routine maintenance and to cover unscheduled maintenance or replacements

• Personally responsible for own safety and conducting ones self to the standards of Nabors Policies and Procedures
• Carry out all duties in the safest possible manner and ensure that personal protective equipment (PPE) is used correctly
• Take personal responsibility for, and demonstrate leadership in, HSE. Play a leading role in safety meetings and the safety program
• Supervise the activities of the Rig Welder and Motorman
• Enact the planned maintenance program for rig and camp electrical equipment and instrumentation
• Work with the Driller and other crew members to ensure that the rig is operated in accordance within the design parameters and in conformance with all aspects of Nabors RMS
• Conduct visual, and where possible functional, inspections of equipment both prior to use and at periodic intervals and in particular after rig moves and rig-up
• Take responsibility for planned maintenance, certification, record-keeping and reporting
• Maintain all required records, documentation and certification of electrical equipment on the rig and camp and produce accurate and timely reports on usage of such equipment
• Maintain and update all electrical drawings and wiring diagrams
• Ensure that lock-out and tag-out procedures are fully complied with at rig site and campsite
• Supervise the dismantling, packaging and preparation of electrical equipment for rig moves, including re-assembly at new locations
• Establish a culture of continuous improvement in operations and demonstrate results in this regard. Work with the other members of the rig crew to develop improved practices which will positively impact on rig performance
• Maintain, jointly with the Rig Mechanic, all rig instrumentation
• Manage, in conjunction with the Warehouseman, the inventory of spares and replacement parts for Electrical Equipment and initiate material requests and material transfers as required
• Maintain the cleanliness of the SCR house and integrity of the electrical control equipment therein
• Make recommendations for improved practices
• Prepare the rig and camp equipment for stacking out, when required, in accordance with the provisions of the RMS and contribute to preparation of the stack out report
• Make provisions for electrical supplies and instrumentation to meet third party service companies’ requirements at rig site and provide emergency repairs to their equipment where possible
• Provide on-the-job training for Electrical Helpers
• Maintain the validity of personal certification and training, and those of any direct reports
• Ensure understanding of, and compliance with, Nabors permit to work system

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