Drew-Marine

Field Service Technician II, ARMS-US

US-TX-Houston
2 weeks ago
Job ID
2017-1862
Department
Service Technician (ARMS)

Overview

Alexander Industries was founded in 1963 and acquired by the current owner John Ryan in 1990. The name was changed to Alexander/Ryan Marine & Safety Company. In 2013, Drew Marine acquired Alexander/Ryan Marine & Safety, LLC.  We are an ISO 9000 Compliant Company, supplying a complete line of Marine Safety and Fire Protection Products to Energy Companies, Engineering Firms, Drilling Contractors, Shipyards, OEM’s and Supply Companies Worldwide.

Responsibilities

The Field Service Technician II, ARMS is responsible for repairing and adjusting electrical and mechanical equipment of diesel powered lifeboats in the field at customer/client sites and in the shop.

 

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

 

  • Inspect and repair equipment, using mechanic’s hand tools and gauges
  • Conduct operational tests for lifeboats band associated equipment
  • Document inspection and test results and work performed or to be performed
  • Document parts needed or recommended
  • Other duties and tasks make be assigned
  • Work is performed in the workshop or offshore and is subject to temperature changes, extreme cold, heat, noise, and vibration. Exposure to dust, chemicals, fumes, odors, gases, and/or poor ventilation.

  • Position requires travel approximately 30-60%.

Qualifications

Required / Desired Knowledge, Experiences and Skills:

     

  • 2 – 4 years of work experience with in-depth mechanical aptitude
  • Basic computer skills
  • Detail and customer oriented
  • Ability to identify complex problems and review related information to develop/evaluate options and implement solutions

 

Education/Certifications:

 

  • High school diploma or general education degree (GED)
  • Certificate in marine mechanics preferred
  • Must be able to obtain a Transportation Workers Identification Credential ‘TWIC’ card

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