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Vacancy Categories: Aberdeen

We are looking for a Technician to join the Quickflange team, based in Aberdeen.

The Technician will be responsible for participating in workshop activities based in Aberdeen, primarily for
Quickflange equipment and materials in order to support the global business and meet customer requirements.
This includes but is not limited to stock control, equipment maintenance and customer training both in workshop
and on sites. There will also be a requirement to work offshore / onsite as and when required.
Additionally, the Technician will assist in general workshop duties including supporting other services lines within
ICR, this will include Chemical Injection Utilities and Integrity Monitoring Solutions. This will also include ensuring
any work is carried out within specified time periods in compliance with all ICR procedures.
This role will report to the Workshop and Stores Manager.
The main tasks include, but are not limited to:

  • To carry out planned and “as required” maintenance and testing of Quickflange™ equipment, but also
    any equipment as business needs arise.
  • Pressure test, function test and certify equipment for mobilisation.
  • To perform QA/QC activities on all manufactured flanges and kit arriving from 3rd party manufacturers.
  • Be available for any offshore installation requirements in line with the Business Unit requirements after
    training has been provided.
  • Ensure toolbox talks and risk assessments are carried out and signed off in-line with any testing of
    pressurised equipment.
  • Carry out routine stock takes of all Quickflange™ equipment, including; tooling, flanges, training
    equipment and ancillaries.
  • Assist with inventory and ensure all minimum/maximum levels are agreed with Quickflange™ Business
    Manager and are continuously in stock.
  • Assist with organising general workshop tasks if workload demands.
  • Assist with maintenance and continual improvement of company asset registers and trackers.
  • Assist with ensuring that the workshop, and training areas are adequately maintained, organised and
    kept in a clean and tidy condition.
  • Train clients and other Quickflange™ technicians in the use of Quickflange™ in order to provide the
    correct level of assessment for the skills required.
  • Assist with process improvement ideas with regards the Service Realisation and other processes.
  • Installation of Quickflange™on the customers site in a safe and timely manner when required. This may
    be offshore.
  • Maintain records in accordance with internal quality systems, procedures and ISO 9001.
  • Comply with the Company Quality and Health and Safety procedures.
  • Ensure good, safe working practices in the workshop are maintained at all times with compliance to the
    Company’s HSE policies.
    Key Responsibilities:
  • To undertake all workshop activities in compliance with ICR procedures
  • Assist with day to day deliverables and ensure client deadlines are met.
  • Maintain the Flange Handling procedure best practice whilst moving or storing equipment to eliminate
    any risk of damage of equipment.
  • Ensure all reporting mechanisms are communicated and used across the department.
  • Deliver any training requirements after training has been undertaken by the technician.
  • Become totally conversant and have a full and detailed understanding of all the ICR business processes
    and how they apply in the running of the business.
  • Take responsibility for your own safety and for the safety of others working within ICR and whilst
    representing ICR on an external work site.
  • Ensuring the application of HSEQ controls.
    Key Skills, Attributes and Experience:
  • Valid BOSIET / FOET Offshore Survival
  • Valid OGUK Medical Certificate
  • Valid Minimum Industrial Safety Training (MIST)
  • Relevant pressure test, repair or manufacturing experience
  • Experience of mechanical repair and maintenance (Preferred)
  • Pipefitting experience (Preferred)
  • IT skills: Microsoft Word and Excel (minimum)
  • HSEQ focused, service minded and structured
  • High standards in quality of work and excellent attention to detail
  • Understanding and Knowledge of Engineering drawings
  • Good working knowledge of pneumatics and hydraulic systems
  • Communication skills, both verbal and written
  • Strong organisational skills

How to Apply:
If you are interested in applying for the role, please send your CV and a covering letter to recruitment@icrworld.com.

This is a field-based role, which will require regular offshore and international travel, based out of Aberdeen.    

The NDT Inspection Technician will be responsible for undertaking Composite inspections through the application of the Company’s Insono™ Technology to provide the highest standard of service, in line with customer requirements and ICR procedures, whilst contributing to the successful, smooth and timely delivery of all Composite inspection contracts and orders for ICR.

This role will report to the Group Director. 

The main tasks include, but are not limited to:

Responsible for the planning and completion of Composite inspection projects by organising equipment, site requirements & client liaison
To carry out Composite inspections both onshore and offshore for the Insono business unit with overall responsibility to ensure inspection activities are carried out in accordance with ISO 17020:2012 and other applicable standards. 
Issue, review and approval of inspection and NDT reports, checking for accuracy and quality of submitted reports prior to issue to client.
The NDT Technician shall ensure that clear and concise reports are generated in a timely manner for any inspection work undertaken. 
Support the profitable delivery of Composite inspection activities, in line with the Insono Strategic Business Plan.
To ensure the effective delivery of all inspection activities of ICR’s composite Business Units. 
Responsible for carrying out and reporting result of inspection work scopes.
Assist the Senior Inspection Engineer with client project, including, costing, tendering and estimates. 
Support the integration of Composite Inspection Technology into the business for ICR.
Assist with the completion and issue of ‘Final Report’ to the client, following all Composite inspection work scopes. 
Conduct pre-mob and de-mob briefings on various projects, as required. 
Conduct toolbox talks and undertake risk assessments, as required and in line with ICR and client HSEQ policies and practices. 
Ensure all work is carried out in line with ICR engineering processes & procedures, which supports the business accreditation and verification of new technology from third party institutions. 
Maintains full competency of Inspection of Composite repairs using Insono technology.
Support internal training and competency of personnel to support the delivery of our client requirement and overall business objectives.
Must have willingness to travel and work from various offshore/UK and overseas locations;
Support the overall education and presentation of Insono business unit capabilities and processes to both internal and external audiences.

Key Skills, Attributes and Experience:

MIST/BOSIET/Offshore survival and medical
Flexibility and ability to mobilise for regular travel
Minimum ONC/NVQ Level 3 in an Engineering or Science related subject
Minimum 5 years’ experience in an engineering discipline or inspection environment, of which at least one year spent working an inspection of pressure systems
Previous experience in a similar composite inspection environment
Authorised as a UKAS RG2 Category 3 Inspection Engineer
Excellent reporting skills with good commercial awareness
Good communication and IT skills
Suitable knowledge and understanding of ISO /IEC 17020:2012

How to Apply:

If you are interested in applying for the role, please send your CV and a covering letter to recruitment@icr-world.com. 

The Technician will work within the Composites team, to apply all Engineered Composite Repair products onshore and offshore in line with client requirements in compliance with ICR procedures. 

This role will report to the Senior Project Manager or International Project Manager.

  • To be responsible for the application of all Technowrap composite products onshore and offshore in line with client requirements and in compliance with all ICR procedures. 
  • To become totally conversant and have a full and detailed understanding of all of the Engineered Composite Repairs business processes and how they apply in the running of the business. 
  • Working with / supervising third parties when required. 
  • To take responsibility for one’s own safety and for the safety of others working within ICR and whilst representing ICR on an external work site. 
  • Participate in the ‘Buddy System’ by actively supporting and mentoring trainee technicians and when working alongside other technical support provided by other ICR companies. 
  • Compliance with and commitment to Company’s HSEQ policies and procedures. 
  • To assist the Operations Team in providing a high level of technical support to all customers. 
  • To become fully competent in the Application of Technowrap Core, Technowrap 2K, Technowrap 2K, Technowrap 2K HT, Technowrap 2K HA onto the entire complex geometry pipe work configurations; Carbon Fibre and Compression Techniques. 
  • Carry out special projects or duties as assigned by the Operations Team. 
  • From time to time it may be necessary for employees to carry out other relevant tasks and duties to contribute towards achieving total customer satisfaction and improving the operational effectiveness of the Company. 
  • To assist in the management of the warehouse where applicable. 
  • Must have willingness to travel and work from various offshore/onshore/UK and overseas locations. 
  • Reactive and willing to mobilise at short notice for ad hoc work scopes. 
  • Offshore survival (BOSIET / MIST) and OGUK medical – to be provided 
  • 2K and 2KHT training, and Carbon Fibre – to be provided 
  • Rope Access (preferable) – to be provided 
  • Ability to problem-solve, multi-task and work to tight deadlines
  • Ability to interact with people at all levels of the organisation and external contacts
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, and the ability to build relationships with internal and external clients
  • IT Skills – experience in using a range of office software including, email, excel and Outlook email system
  • Strong organisation and reporting writing skills
  • Ability to adhere to quality management systems and internal processes e.g. COSHH
  • Self-starter that takes a collaborative approach and really enjoys working as part of a team
  • Ability to work on own initiative and self-manage own workload and those of others
  • Sets high standards in quality of work and excellent attention to detail
  • Flexibility and the willingness to contribute to new ideas and processes