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Construction, Operations & Maintenance Jobs in Alaska
In the arctic and subarctic regions of the world, our Alaska group provides construction operations and maintenance services to the upstream oil and gas industry. Our experienced workforce and proven systems enable us to anticipate, avoid, and remove risk in the dynamic arctic environment, ensuring safe, cost-effective, and environmentally sound project delivery. Your job in the Alaska Energy and Chemical group is your opportunity to join a highly trained and engaged workforce working to meet the global demand for fuel. Are you ready?
Description and Desired Qualifications
Please limit responses to in-state applicants on the Peninsula, ie: Kenai, Soldotna, Kasilof, Ninilchik, Sterling, North Kenai, Anchor Point. This position does not provide per diem, lodging, food, etc.
The General Maintenance Facility Technician performs maintenance on oil field related equipment and facilities.
Essential Job Functions:
Perform piping spool/valve installation and removal, rigging, blinding and minor pipe fitting associated with the maintenance of a oil production facility.
Perform manual labor including operating small hand tools and power tools (buffer/grinders, saw-zalls, drills, shovels, etc.), and carrying and lifting materials (cribbing, shoveling snow, and other activities).
Adhere to material requirements and specifications; identify and use materials related to piping, structural and architectural designs
Examine work and materials for compliance with job and safety specifications.
Promote safe work practices and adhere to company and client safety policies and procedures for work performed, including proper hazard recognition and mitigation of task
Demonstrate adherence to established safety policies and procedures and accept accountability for safe work practices.
Demonstrate support for the company's environmental management system Continually seek and implement work process improvements.
May assist operation personnel with work on turbines, pumps, compressors and associated auxiliary equipment. Knowledge, Skills, Ability:
Knowledge of structural and mechanical piping maintenance operations Working knowledge of rigging and bolt-up procedures Competent with mechanical skills, including ability to use proper tools and equipment applicable to petrochemical operation
Ability to perform piping spool installation, valve installation and specifications
Must be a self-starter; able to work independently with minimal supervision; capable of following CH2M Hill policies and safety procedures and work in a safe and productive manner while working embedded at a facility
General knowledge of blue prints and P&IDs; be capable of interpreting such
Ability to maintain and disassemble petroleum equipment Strong communication skills, with ability to effectively communicate with client and fellow workers Physical Demand/Work Environment:
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the essential functions of this job, the employee is required to:
Must have ability to stand, walk on level, uneven and slippery surfaces, sit, squat, kneel, reach through low and high ranges and exhibit normal balance and coordination. These basic physical requirements are essential for safe performance of the job in harsh environments with exposure to very cold temperatures and while wearing arctic gear. · Lift 40 lbs from floor to waist level x 2 with a 12 second interval.
Lift 40 lbs from floor to shoulder level x 2 with a 12 second interval.
Lift 40 lbs from floor to crown level x 2 with a 12 second interval.
Repetitive lift of 40 lbs x 10 to shoulder level, self-paced but continuous, with 12 second intervals allowed between lifts.
Carry 32 lbs with two hands for 150 feet, allow a 60 second rest break then lift and carry 50 lbs for 50 feet, self-paced but continuous.
Shovel 5 minutes self-paced and continuous. *See shoveling test instructions at the end of the document.
Stair Climb and Carry: While carrying 35 lbs with one hand and holding onto a railing with the other hand for safety, walk up and down 25 steps x 2 for a total of 50 steps, self-paced but continuous. Allow a 60 sec. rest break after climbing up and down 25 steps.
Slanted Ladder: Climb up and down 12 rungs x 5 for a total of 60 rungs, self-paced but continuous. Allow a 60 second rest break after climbing up and down 30 rungs.
Repetitive Kneel Test: Perform from standing, kneel on one knee, alternate from left to right knee x 5 each knee.
Repetitive Stoop Test: Perform from standing position, bend forward at waist as far as possible without bending the knees with hands reaching toward the floor x 5, self-paced but continuous.
Repetitive Squat Test: Perform a functional squat and stand x 5.
Twist and Flex Test: Perform from standing alternate toe touches x 5 to each side to assess ability to twist and flex the trunk repetitively.
For any job title listed in this document requiring a shovel test, the following test procedure is to be conducted:
The shoveling simulation is to be conducted for a test period of 5 five minutes, self-paced but continuous i.e., no rest breaks using a standard snow shovel with a 3 lb weight attached to the shovel blade, e.g. sand bag weight securely taped to the shovel blade.
The test recipient will be instructed to simulate lifting digging snow/gravel from floor level directly in front of the body the front center position and to lift the end of the weighted shovel to waist level when elbows are flexed 90 degrees.
Note: Instruct the test recipient when lowering the shovel to the floor to avoid fully bending at the waist with the legs straight i.e., to avoid fully flexing the lumbar spine. Instead, instruct the test recipient to bend the knees to lower the upper body i.e. assume a semi-squat position to avoid excessive flexion of the lumbar spine and strain on the lower back.
This is immediately followed by turning the entire body and shovel to the right or left to a full 90 degrees from the starting front center position to simulate moving the load to the side.
Note: Instruct the test recipient while performing the rotation of the body to 90 degrees to pivot the feet to follow the direction of the shovel to avoid unnecessary twisting of the lower back and emphasize that this is good body mechanics that will help avoid a back strain.
Once the test recipient has completed the rotation of the shovel blade at waist level to 90 degrees, the test recipient will reverse the rotation of the body and shovel back to the front center position i.e., the starting point of the shovel lift and lower the shovel back to the floor level directly in front of the body to simulate returning to shoveling again.
The next rotational lift is repeated again to the opposite side of the body. Therefore, the lift task is repeated by lifting and turning the shovel blade to the opposite side 90 degrees left and right on each repetition until the 5 minute period is completed. This job description is intended to describe the nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this position. It is not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties required of the job incumbents.
Valid driver's license including ability to be insured by CH2M Hill's auto insurer required
CITS card required within two weeks of hire.
One (1) year experience erecting structural iron preferred.
North Slope experience with facility and drill site experience strongly preferred.
TWIC card preferred.
Two (2) years experience in mechanical piping, rigging, or general bolt-up preferred.
Petrochemical or oilfield experience preferred.
High School or GED
What you will find
At CH2M HILL, the greatest challenges provide the biggest rewards. Each day, your drive and creative ideas will be providing solutions that help build a better tomorrow. Whether it is the pride that comes with accomplishment, personal growth or making a difference in the world, you will discover true success in a career that brings out the best in you at CH2M HILL. Ready? Let's get to work. Developing People through Challenging Projects CH2M HILL is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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