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Job Purpose 

The maintenance electrical technician is expected to assist to commission & start up specified C2 plant(s). After start-up, following the maintenance scope arrangement of area, execute equipment repair/maintenance tasks with fully compliance to the company HSE rules. Conduct PM activities according to the PM plan in time. Register the maintenance record in SAP system. Assist maintenance electrical engineer to propose material and spare parts requisition as required.

Job Dimensions 

CNOOC and Shell Petrochemicals Company (CSPC) Limited has been established as a Chinese Foreign Equity Joint Venture Company on 28 December 2000. It has built and now operates a USD4.1 billion world-scale petrochemicals complex in Daya Bay, Huizhou, Guangdong. It is one of the largest capital investments for a Sino-foreign joint venture project to date in the People’s Republic of China. In 2016 agreement was reached between the partners to expand CSPC more than doubling the production capacity with the addition of a 1.2 Million Ton/Year Ethylene per year creating an additional 4.0 Million Tons/Year of petrochemical products (C2).
The partners are Shell Nanhai B.V., a member of the Royal Dutch Shell, with a 50 per cent stake, and CNOOC Petrochemicals Investment Company Limited (CPIL), also with 50 per cent. CPIL is owned by China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) (90%) and Guangdong Guangye Investment Group Company Limited (10%).
The CSPC petrochemicals complex incorporates the world’s most advanced technologies and utilizes modern management systems and international standards in the design, construction and operation of the complex. Its adoption of 13 patents through international bidding ensures it operates on the cutting edge of technology. The majority of its process units are world-scale. Additionally CSPC applies the principles of sustainable development throughout the design, construction and operation of the complex, demonstrating its strong commitment to the community and the environment.

Principal Accountabilities 

A. General
1. Observe all safety, health and environmental standards in the plants and ensure all work practices are carried in accordance to the specified requirements.
2. Have working knowledge on the procedures in the Permit-To-Work system.
3. Have a working knowledge on the use of Computerised Maintenance Management System.
B. Plant Electrical Equipment
1. Isolation and re-energising of electrical motive power to rotating, and reciprocating equipment, actuators and power outlets in accordance to given diagrams.
2. Installation and maintenance of electrical drives, batteries, emergency generators, pilot ignitors and electrical heaters.
3. Skilled in the use of measuring tools such as multimeter, mega tester, insulation tester, voltage tester, etc.
4. Perform routine preventive maintenance of electrical equipment such as vibration checks, greasing, insulation integrity, resistance checks, etc.
C. Electrical Installations and Transmission
1. Have working knowledge on the maintenance electrical distribution and transmission system, cable laying, trenching and trunking, concreting and paving.
2. Installation and maintenance of lighting, earthing and lightning protection systems, air-conditioning and ventilation, fire alarm system and electrical protection system, uninterrupted power supply system and cathodic protection system.
3. Assist Electrical Supervisor in maintenance of switch house equipment such as switch gears and control gears, transformers, and distribution boards.

Qualifications & Experience

1. Educational background:
• A relevant qualification from technical college and above.
• Must possess an electrician qualification from the National Labor Bureau.
2. Work experience: Minimum 3 years oil or petrochemical maintenance experience. Previous working experience in a JV environment would be an advantage.
3. Language proficiency: Good English reading skill.
4. PC skills: Working knowledge of computer skills in Microsoft Word, Excel & Maintenance Management System.

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