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Assembler/Test Technician IV

at Oil States International, inc.

Posted: 9/26/2019
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Assembler/Test Technician IV



Are you interested in a position that is challenging and innovative? For over 75 years, Oil States Industries, Inc. has been a highly respected technology and solutions pioneer manufacturing diverse products for offshore platforms, subsea pipelines, defense, and general industrial applications worldwide.

Oil States recognizes that our diverse workforce is our greatest asset. We offer a competitive pay package, including an annual incentive bonus program for all employees. When we contribute to the company’s success, we all win.

Employees enjoy paid time off including vacation, holiday and sick time; 401(k) plans with company match; and a tuition reimbursement program. Our healthcare programs include medical, dental, vision, life insurance, long- and short-term disability insurance, and flexible spending accounts.

Sounds pretty great, doesn’t it? Come join our team!

Oil States is currently looking for qualified candidates for the position of ASSEMBLER/TEST TECH IV

Responsible for the safe, efficient, handling, installation and assembly of large, heavy steel components in support of the manufacturing process and testing functions as well as scheduling duties.

• Safely, responsibly and efficiently lifts handles and assembles large parts, tools and equipment.
• Operate a variety of equipment including common manual/pneumatic hand tools, hydraulic torque wrenches, hydraulic tensioning devices, hydraulic presses, steam systems, overhead cranes, and forklift.
• Ensure products are shipped on time.
• Ensure safe working environment and clean work area.
• Prepare a list of materials needed and provide to supervisor.
• Assist with mechanical test programs and manufacturing procedures.
• Dissemble and Inspection of parts on and off shore.
• Communicate and coordinate activities with various individuals and/or organizations as required to fulfill an assigned task.
• Travel to and perform field operations at either onshore or offshore facilities, commensurate with experience, including appropriate training to meet site requirements.
• Complete offshore inspections.
• Installation of various test devices.
• Assume leadership of assembly crew in the absence of the Lead.
• Perform other duties assigned by supervisor.

• High school diploma or equivalent.
• A heavy equipment manufacturing and/or oilfield services background with at least 4 years of experience in the assembly of heavy equipment.
• Read, understand and follow written procedures and mechanical drawings.
• First hand knowledge and experience with both common hand tools, heavy lift equipment, hydraulic torque wrenches and hydraulic tensioning devices.
• Basic understanding of mechanical devices, manufacturing processes and their operation.
• Possess a broad knowledge of good safety practices and an excellent safety record.
• Basic mathematical skills.
• Good communication skills.
• Knowledge of weights and measures conversions.
• Experience in production or manufacturing environment.
• Strong organization skills.
• Good interpersonal skills and the capacity to work constructively with others.
• Ability to read, understand and follow written procedures and mechanical drawings.
• Use and read inspection tools, Tape measure, Pie Tape, Calipers, I.D. Mic.

• Work without supervision for extended periods of time.
• Travel is required, including offshore and international.
o may require extended travel periods of up to 30 days.
o May required travel on short notice and for unspecified durations.
o Make own travel arrangements, balancing cost with schedule requirements and budget constraints. Mode of travel may include automobile, airplane, boat, or helicopter.
• Work in elevated work areas and confined spaces with proper PPE.
• Perform work assignments in hazardous environments, including offshore installations.
• Work outside, in extreme weather conditions (cold, heat, humidity, wind).
• Must obtain and maintain the following certifications:
o Valid US passport.
o Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC).
o Helicopter Underwater Egress Training (HUET).
o Offshore Water Survival Training.
o Safe Gulf Orientation.
o Other certifications or training as required by Customer.

• Able to work physically demanding 8 to 12 hour shifts.
• Capable of considerable bending, standing and lifting for extended periods.
• Lifting up to 50 pounds frequently and 75-100 pounds occasionally with assistance.

Be part of what’s next at Oil States Industries, Inc.!

Over 75 years in business

An Equal Opportunity Employer

We may also consider candidates for a lower level position depending on the experience and qualifications of the candidate and the needs of the business.