Level 4 Field Engineer Electrical - Prudhoe Bay, AK at Worley Group, Inc

Posted in Engineering 16 days ago.

Location: Prudhoe Bay, Alaska

Job Description:


Primary Location

:USA-AK-Prudhoe Bay




:Full-timeEmployment Type:EmployeeJob Level:Experienced

Job Posting

:Apr 29, 2021

Unposting Date

:May 7, 2021Reporting Manager Title:Integrity Foreman O&M Services:

Job Purpose

While performing the duties of a Electrical Journeyman under the supervision of a Foreman, the Electrical Field Engineer provides day-to-day task and performance direction to the work crew.


Maintenance, troubleshooting, repair, installation and construction of industrial electrical equipment and systems throughthe proper use of standard wire, conduit, fittings and hardware commonly found in petrochemical facilities

Bend, cut, thread and install conduit

Install and terminate wiring

Check and troubleshoot electric circuits, electrical devices and machinery

Use and care of tools and equipment such as hydraulic/electric bender, knock out punch set, cable puller, megger,highpotequipment, volt meter, multi-tester and ammeters

Test, troubleshoot, set and calibrate power distribution systems working with protective relaying and motor controlcircuits

Routinely perform safety and productivity observations as well as shop, field and vehicle inspections

Attend various technical, developmental and safety training

Demonstrate adherence to established safety policies and procedures

Demonstrate support for the company's environmental management system

Serve as on-site single point of contact for work crew

Supervise and/or direct other craftsmen

Provide coaching, mentoring and performance feedback to crew members

Ensure all team members understand and follow procedures and assess skill level of team members; assist in skilldevelopment.

Examine work and materials for compliance with specifications

Accountable for safe work practices

May be responsible for recording and reporting daily labor hours to timekeeper

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

Ability to read and understand drawings, schematics, and specifications

Ability to set and coordinate overcurrent protective devices, size feeder circuits

Ability to work on systems up to and including 13.8 KV

Possess working knowledge of the National Electric Code

Understand electrical circuits including the operation and function of typical electrical devices and machinery such as

solenoids, relays, motors, transformers, switches, motor control centers, generators, batteries and lighting systems

Experience working in Class One, Division I & II areas

Understand Lock Out/Tag Out procedures

Able to work as part of a team; communicate effectively with fellow workers and alternate

Sound knowledge of operations and safety practices and policies

Ability to lead a work crew to accomplish goals and objectives established by management.

Advanced leadership skills

Ability to interpret electrical drawings and schematics

Ability to do electrical work on both projects and maintenance

Ability to work at facilities independently without direction or supervision

Physical Demand/Work Environment:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully

perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with

disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the essential functions of this job, the employee is required to:

Must have ability to stand, walk on level, uneven and slippery surfaces, sit, squat, kneel, reach through low and

high ranges and exhibit normal balance and coordination. These basic physical requirements are essential for safe

performance of the job in harsh environments with exposure to very cold temperatures and while wearing arctic gear.

Lift 40 lbs from floor to knuckles x 2 with a 12 second interval

Lift 40 lbs from floor to waist x 2 with a 12 second interval Lift 12 lbs from floor to above head/crown level with a 12

second interval.

Repetitively lift 30 lbs from floor to knuckles x 10 self-paced but continuous with 12 second intervals between each lift.

Carry Test: Carry 40 lbs with two hands for 50 feet x 2; self-paced, but continuous, allow a 60 second rest break between carry tests, i.e. after 50 feet

Climb Stars: Climb up and down 12 steps x 10 for a total of 120 steps; self-paced, but continuous, allow 60 second rest breaks after each up and down climb of 40 steps Lift,

Carry and Climb: While carrying 35 lbs in one hand and holding onto a railing with the other hand for safety, walk up and down 12 steps x 2 for a total of 24 steps; self-paced but continuous, allow 60 second rest break 12 steps up and down

Slanted Ladder: Climb up and down 15 rungs x 6 for a total of 90 rungs; allow a 60 second rest break after climbing up and down each set of 30 rungs

Repetitive Stoop Test: Perform from standing position, bend forward at waist as far as possible without bending the

knees with hands reaching toward the floor x 5, self-paced, but continuous

Repetitive Kneel Test: Perform from standing, kneel on one knee, alternate from left to right knee, x 5 each knee

Repetitive Squat Test: Perform a functional squat and stand x 5

Twist and Flex Test: Perform from standing alternate toe touches x 5 to each side to assess ability to twist and flex the trunk repetitively


Five (5) years experience in petrochemical or industrial electrical experience

Valid Driver's license and the ability to be covered by WORLEY's auto insurer

High School Diploma or equivalent GED

Possess Alaska State Fitness Certificate as a Journeyman Electrician or the ability to obtain prior to start date

North Slope Training Cooperative (NSTC). Worley can provide NSTC certification training if needed

Preferred Qualifications

Six (6) years experience as an electrician, including three (3) years in industrial electrical work or in relevant field