A mechanic that performs work on gas compression equipment components and instruments (e.g. pumps controllers valves etc.) at a shop location. Performs other tasks as needed or requested.
- Fully understands and utilizes standard operating procedures relative to gas compressor maintenance and repair
- Diagnoses problems and repairs mechanical and instrumentation equipment including some engine overhauls
- Works on various mechanical and engine components instruments and engine types
- Gaining proficiency at base deflection coupling alignment
- Can identify diagnose and fix most compressor equipment component and instrument problems
- Replaces and overhauls most compressors checking bearings crankshaft etc.
- Disassembles gas compressor parts and equipment
- Cleans gas compressor parts and equipment
- Reassembles parts
- Overhauls smaller engines
- Works under hi-level supervision
- Guides and trains other mechanics
- Adheres to all company and government safety regulations
- Attends regular safety meetings
- Has own tools
- Valid driver’s license and a good driving record
- Ability to read write speak and understand basic English
- Working knowledge of relevant HSE policies and procedures
- A high school diploma or an equivalent
- Minimum 1 years experience in engine compressor mechanics production equipment and gas compression
- Exerting 20 to 50 pounds of force occasionally and/or 10 to 25 pounds of force frequently and/or greater than negligible up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects. Physical Demand requirements are in excess of those for Light Work.
Valerus Compression Services serves the compression needs of the oil and gas industry. Its products, which are used in older wells, include...