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Wood Staines-upon-Thames, UK
Oct 21, 2019
Job - Full time
Wood’s Subsea and Export systems service line is recruiting for a Graduate Subsea/Pipelines Engineer to join our graduate programme based in Staines from Summer 2020.   We are looking for dynamic, versatile individuals with a desire to support fast moving varied projects in both Oil & Gas and Renewables Industries, with a continuous focus on delivery and client satisfaction.   Wood is committed to the implementation of the latest digital technologies to the subsea environment and is looking for the next generation of engineers with both the skills and imagination to realise this ambition.   Our graduate engineers will assist senior engineers, under the guidance of the Business Manager, in developing and/or delivering work scopes as allocated by the project/s.   The work scopes, and other Wood training, shall support the development of the graduate engineer and allow them to apply advanced subsea and pipeline engineering and management techniques in range of projects. Graduates will be required to: Perform design and analysis Assist with in-house development of tools & programs Be involved in project planning, expediting and execution Understand and become familiar with report writing standards Participate in internal workshops and training lectures Become familiar with Wood’s systems and software Watch this video to learn more about Early Careers at Wood: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ixsObyLi200   The deadline for applications is 5th January 2020.   Key Elements of the Graduate Programme: Access to a wealth of technical and personal development resources and opportunities Support throughout your career; you will be assigned a buddy, mentor (Chartered Engineer) and departmental manager to ensure your professional development is achieved in order to gain chartered engineer status Where available, opportunities for placements, site visits in the UK and overseas and rotations into other relevant disciplines to enhance your knowledge and experience in order to become a well-rounded Engineer Competitive salary Access to a range of excellent employee benefits including: Cycle to work scheme Give as you earn scheme Generous holiday allowance plus extra days purchase option Travel and private medical insurance Pension and life assurance Shares option Early Careers Network You will have access to the Early Careers Network that brings together young professionals and offers continuing professional development opportunities.   Early Careers Network activities include: Networking opportunities Organised social events Lunch and learn sessions Technical and soft skills training Participation in STEM events Access to Wood’s Global Developing Professionals Network   Skills / Qualifications Graduate engineer with a minimum 2:1 Bachelor’s degree in an Engineering field or a Master’s degree in Oil & Gas Process, Pipelines, Subsea Engineering or other disciplines relating to upstream oil and gas or offshore renewables industries from a recognised university Preference will be given to graduates with previous experience in the UK upstream oil and gas and/or renewables industry, gained before, during or after their university courses Engineers who have undergone undergraduate internship in the area of subsea/pipeline/renewables engineering will have added advantage Demonstrate initiative, tenacity and excellent communication skills Possess an ability to learn quickly and be adaptable and flexible to match business requirements Ability to work in multi-disciplinary team environments Must have the right to work in the UK
Wood Remote (Aberdeen, UK)
Jul 22, 2019
Job - Full time
Wood is currently recruiting for a Mechanical Maintenance Technician to join the core team on TAQA Harding, 2/3 rotation. The successful candidate will support the day-to-day running of the platform by safely performing mechanical maintenance tasks on platform utility and production equipment.  With respect to the maintenance group, this role is accountable for maintaining a positive safety culture ensuring that all tasks are carried out within the law and company policies & procedures.  Primary Accountabilities: Maintenance of mechanical equipment including pumps, compressors, turbines, valves, gearboxes, pipe work, tanks, pressure vessels, hydraulic systems and associated support frames. Installation and maintenance of certified mechanical equipment in hazardous areas. Inspection of relevant devices including rotating equipment, valves, pipe work & flanges. Suggest changes to mechanical equipment to improve plant safety, efficiency and reliability. Execute work to Premier standards including bolt torquing and tensioning. Conduct isolations (spading/de-spading) to conform to Safe System of Work. Tidiness and cleanliness of worksite conditions. Mentor Apprentices in conjunction with  Supervisors. In conjunction with your supervisor progress and complete training plans as identified by your annual appraisal and competency matrix. Minimise wastage in all areas of work e.g.  un-used materials returned to stock. Business & Industry Experience: Experience Offshore Platform equipment or similar Understanding of Platform safety procedures and culture – ability to work within these Skills / Qualifications Time served in recognised trade apprenticeship / S/NVQ
Wood Aberdeen, UK
Jul 18, 2019
Job - Full time
Wood is currently recruiting for Production Technicians,  These are permanent positions based on Dana Western Isles currently on a 3/3 rotation which will be moving to a 2/3 in October.  Applications can be made via the link Skills / Qualifications Monitor and control the flow of hydrocarbons from the reservoir to point of export Monitor and record plant conditions, bringing deviations or malfunctions to the attention of the Production Supervisor Prepare process plant and equipment for maintenance by applying specified isolations/venting etc Prior to start-up of any plant or equipment, inspect and confirm suitability to return to normal service Maintain own work area in a safe, clean and tidy condition Carry out  process system sampling as required Carry out regular inspections of the installation Minimising downtime and contributing to the achievement of production targets Prepare production reports Perform first line maintenance, identifying and reporting faults Carry out mechanical isolations, gas tests and work-site inspections Carry out emergency duties as required by the OIM / Site Manager Diversity Statement We are an equal opportunity employer that recognises the value of a diverse workforce. All suitably qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment on the basis of objective criteria and without regard to the following (which is a non-exhaustive list): race, colour, age, religion, gender, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status, or other characteristics in accordance with the relevant governing laws.