ExxonMobil Instrument Technician - Baytown Complex in Baytown, Texas
Pre-Employment Assessment Requirement
This Operations and Mechanical (O&M) position requires a pre-employment assessment. After applying applicants will receive the assessment link via email. Please check all email folders (inbox, spam, etc.) for this communication.
Applicants MUST complete the pre-employment assessment by Tuesday, October 26, 2021 @ 11:59 PM CST .
If you have already tested, you do not need to retest.
ExxonMobil offers excellent pay and benefits including medical, dental, pension and 401(k) plans.
Job Role Summary
An Instrument Technician is responsible for the repair of instrumentation at the Chemical Plant or Refinery
An Instrument Techncian is involved in maintaining equipment, doing preventve maintenance and repair work at the Chemical Plant or Refinery
Job Location: ExxonMobil Baytown Complex -- Baytown, Texas -- Texas Gulf Coast
This position DOES NOT include relocation benefits or travel expense reimbursement associated with the pre-employment process
Primary Job Functions
Successful completion of the apprentice training program
Focus on safely completing the job, ensuring equipment reliability
Perform safe and reliable instrumentation equipment installation/repairs
Read instrumentation, troubleshoot instrumentation equipment, use test equipment and understand instrumentation safety
Design, repair and monitor of rotating equipment control and electrical supply systems
Troubleshoot/maintain PLC systems
Troubleshoot/maintain DCS systems
Read loop drawings, instrumentation drawings, specification sheets; to install, troubleshoot, and maintain control systems
Read loop drawings, electrical drawings, specification sheets; to install, troubleshoot and maintain systems for monitoring and controlling rotating equipment
Read loop drawings; electrical drawings, specification sheets, vendor manual data; to install, troubleshoot, and maintain digital systems
Operate test equipment and perform calibration, repair or maintenance of equipment control and monitoring systems, including small piping, wiring and tubing
Operate test equipment and perform calibration, repair, or installation of instrument, electrical, wiring, piping systems
Operate test equipment and perform calibration, repair, or installation of digital systems and equipment
Applies Complex policies and procedures
Commitment for health and safety of self, others and the surrounding communities and for the protection of the environment
Qualified in the Instrument Technician craft with knowledge of how other crafts affect Instrument Technician work and the overall job
Willing and able to work in field environment (breathing-air qualified).
Demonstrated ability to effectively develop, communicate and implement plans
Effective oral and written communication skills, including effective meeting skills
Able to work with others in a team environment, including working toward team goals
Ability to work in both indoor shops and in field outdoor settings
Able to qualify for a TWIC card
Able to obtain and sustain qualifications through on-site training
Prefer a minimum of 2 years of experience or technical training
Knowledge of reliability and maintenance systems and their purpose
Summary of Instrument Technician Apprentice Program
ExxonMobil has an apprenticeship agreement with the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training, U.S. Department of Labor, between the Company and the person employed as a Instrument Technician apprentice. The term of apprenticeship will be for three years. Upon satisfactory completion of the requirements of the program, each apprentice is presented with a Certificate of Completion.
The Instrument Technician Apprentice program includes minimum or 550 hours classroom and skills laboratory instruction. The class and lab program includes programmed instruction, lectures, demonstrations, laboratory exercises, slide-tape presentations, video tape recordings, workbook exercises, hands-on practice exercises, written tests, and performance tests. The skills laboratory is a supervised, hands-on activity within which the apprentice actually participates in applying and/or practicing the facts, principles, theory, and safety aspects related to the particular subject or skill being studied.
The apprentices are given field and/or shop work assignments that permit them to develop proficiency and self-confidence in applying the theory and principles and safety aspect of the trade in order to install and maintain instrument type equipment satisfactorily at the Baytown facility.
During the three years of the apprenticeship program, the apprentices will be tested at appropriate, frequent intervals to determine their job knowledge and skills for continuing in the program. The apprentices will have several performance reviews. Instrument apprentices who are disqualified because of their inability to pass the training requirements satisfactorily will have their employment with the Company terminated.
ExxonMobil is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status.