FMC Technologies, Inc. (NYSE:FTI) is a leading global provider of technology solutions for the energy industry. Named by FORTUNE® Magazine as the World's Most Admired Oil and Gas Equipment, Service Company in 2012, the Company has approximately 18,400 employees and operates 30 production facilities in 16 countries. FMC Technologies designs, manufactures and services technologically sophisticated systems and products such as subsea production and processing systems, surface wellhead systems, high pressure fluid control equipment, measurement solutions, and marine loading systems for the oil and gas industry.
Surface Facilities 2nd Shift - Oklahoma City, OKC
Maintains, repairs and troubleshoots production machinery (e.g., CNC mills and lathes, hydraulic and pneumatic systems) and facility infrastructure.
•Maintains repairs and troubleshoots production machinery (e.g., CNC mills and lathes, hydraulic and pneumatic systems) and the facility infrastructure
•Performs mechanical troubleshooting and determines repairs needed to restore the equipment to safe and efficient operating condition
•Repairs electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, and pneumatic production machinery
•Performs scheduled preventative maintenance on assigned machines to provide increased machine up-time
•Performs troubleshooting on CNC controls and drives
•Performs accuracy verifications on critical machinery to ensure machines are capable of producing parts to required specifications
•Performs all duties in a safe manner and keeps all employees aware of dangers in work area.
•Practices excellent housekeeping in work area
•Continues to learn trade and existing equipment, and infrastructure on site
•Troubleshoots and repairs facilities infrastructure as assigned
•Demonstrates leadership in safety, TPM, and other change processes assigned by supervision
•Works with minimal supervision and must be proactive
•Performs assigned tasks, e.g., scheduled preventive maintenance and response to breakdowns
•This includes repairing equipment or developing alternative solutions to present as repair options. In some cases a creative solution has to be implemented to keep production operational while the technically best or correct solution is found
•A major responsibility is to maintain a safe work environment for everyone on site
•Prioritizing work, finding efficient ways to accomplish tasks, and then communicating them are key to success
•Gives and obtains information requiring limited explanation to machine operators and team leaders
•Must listen to information provided by operator to assist in troubleshooting repairing the problem
•Shares skills and information with others shift(s) team members, to proactively prevent recurring problems
•Communicates action plans and timeliness to (internal) customer
•Interacts with machine manufacturers on technical issues to return a machine to service
•This may include root cause analysis, definition of problems, actions taken to date, and parts required
•5-7 years machine tool experience (G&L 8000, Siemens or equivalent) and mechanical drive train and hydraulic component experience required.
•5-7 years machine shop experience preferred
•High degree of ability to read Parts manuals, Assembly instructions, troubleshooting guides, Hydraulic schematics, Pneumatic schematics, and Electrical schematics
•Proficient with electrical test and diagnostic equipment (volt meters, ammeter, oscilloscope, AC drives) Knowledge of the operation and experience trouble shooting PLC’s and PC controllers.
•Proficiency in making electrical and electronic machine repairs Working knowledge of pumps and high pressure test systems
•Good mechanical knowledge with the ability to work on pumps, shafts, bearings and spindles
•Experience using power, pneumatic, hydraulic, and hand tools
•Good mechanical understanding and the ability to work on electrical circuits, motors, and circuits
•Experience using presses, overhead cranes, pressure gauges and precision measuring instruments
•Good trouble-shooting and communication skills, e.g., evaluating symptoms, determining root causes
•Critical thinking ability associated with decisions on repairs verses replacing components
•Excellent safety skills. Leads safety efforts in working conditions and safe work practices site wide, e.g., writes JSA’s , safety audits, understands and takes lead role in lock-out/tag-out procedures, .
•Ability to read and understand electrical /electronic schematics and have the ability to isolate problems
•Additional in-house training on operation of mechanical drives, hydraulic pumps and valves, pneumatics, control systems, gears and clutches. Houston Operating Procedures. START Auditor Safety Program. Ability to run various machines will be required in order to make the repairs. Advance machine diagnostics