Hydraulic Technician

Posted on Jun 10, 2019 by CV-Library

Northumberland, United Kingdom
Accountancy
Immediate Start
Annual Salary
Full-Time
Hydraulic Technician

Our client is a leading engineering and project services company who provide bespoke solutions across several marine related sectors. Due to recent growth they now require a Hydraulic Technician to work at their busy North East facility

The Role:

Inspect, assemble, test and pre-commission assemblies and sub-assemblies as required to meet project delivery

Define position of hydraulic components and routing of hose and tube assemblies

Prior to assembly, check manifold machining is in line with design drawings

Review drawings and understand system assembly with support of Hydraulic Supervisor as required

Assemble manifold based sub-assemblies using cartridge and Cetop style valves

Carry out controlled pressure testing of hydraulic components in line with test procedures

Black build and installation of hoses and hydraulic components as required

Assemble mechanical equipment in line with the design drawings

Review drawings and understand system assembly with support of the Mechanical or Site Construction Supervisor as required

Ensure correct certification in place for mechanical testing prior to undertaking works

Check parts once delivered from stores and identify any shortages and report to supervisor

Review tooling requirements for specific project(s) with relevant Supervisor

Carry out assembly and build in line with engineering drawings and information

Undertake initial snagging and punch list review

Inspect and test equipment in line with approved commissioning and FAT documents

Support fault finding

Carry out pre-commissioning checks in accordance with approved documents and correct supervision

Ensure required inspection, test, build and pre-commissioning documentation are completed fully and correctly, including recording any As Built changes

Review progress for assembly work scopes with relevant Supervisor, highlight areas of concern

Identify and create risk assessment (workshop hazards and precautions) for specific activities

Provide support and guidance to other workers as required by the relevant Supervisor

Positively comply with all HSE requirements and participate in identifying and raising HSE concerns by use of systems such as SHARP cards, Near Miss Reports, etc.

Support a continuous improvement culture; ensure that issues are identified and logged by use of company tools such as non-conformance reporting, lessons learnt etc.

Required to travel and work nationally and internationally as required to meet the needs of the business, including offshore works

The Person:

IT competent

Competent in the use of Microsoft Office

Ability to read and interpret engineering drawings

Time served in relevant trade

Certified to operate workshop plant and machinery

Experience of heavy engineering environment preferred

Appreciation of budgets and schedules for assembly work

A flexible approach in order to work shifts as required to meet project deadlines

Reference: 210193679

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