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At Intricate, we believe that our people are our greatest asset. Our dynamic company culture is centered around our core values and is deeply rooted in collaboration and a shared commitment to excellence. We strive to create a diverse and inclusive environment where team members feel empowered and engaged. Join us and be part of a forward-thinking team that values your contributions and celebrates success together.

Featured Benefits of Working with Us

Intricate offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes health and dental coverage to ensure the well-being of our employees. Our commitment includes regular and frequent discussions of achievements and goals.

Key benefits include:

  • Competitive wages
  • Flexible work arrangements
  • Growth and development opportunities
  • Health and wellness spending account
  • RRSP matching

Current Openings

Instrumentation and Control Technician

The role of the Instrument and Control Technician is to compete instrumentation oilfield maintenance. This can include EFM gas, liquid meter, and device verifications. Technicians are expected to provide a limited amount of sampling and verification of fuel, flare, and vent data while onsite. You must reside in the Grande Prairie / Dawson Creek / Fort St. John areas.

Key Responsibilities

  • Complete technical troubleshooting and field maintenance
  • Complete wellsite and facility instrumentation shutdown checks and inspections
  • Complete EFM gas calibrations and verifications
  • Complete on-site liquid meter verifications
  • Understand, interpret and troubleshoot Basic RTU, EFM, and PLC configurations
  • Interpret P&ID’s and measurement schematics
  • Validate fuel, flare, and vent data for on site equipment inventories
  • Complete gas and liquid sampling
  • Apply AER Directive 017 regulations and BCER measurement guidelines to work habits and procedures
  • Understand basic regulatory requirements and measurement best practices

Expectations

  • Have flexibility in terms of schedule and travel requirements in Alberta, BC, and Saskatchewan (company vehicle provided)
  • Promote a company culture that encourages top performance and promotes a healthy and safe workplace
  • Strong work ethic and ensure that safe work procedures and processes are followed in the field
  • Adapt quickly with the ability to manage and deal with ever-changing job requirements
  • Excellent communication, organization, time-management, and prioritization skills
  • Establish and maintain excellent team and client working relationships Good mathematical, mechanical, and logical reasoning skills
  • Ability to organize and maintain all assigned equipment, including assigned Intricate vehicle

Qualifications

  • Instrument Mechanic Journeyman or Apprentice. Consideration given for Instrumentation engineering technologists and/or industrial electricians with strong instrumentation experience
  • In-depth knowledge of field activities, upstream oil and gas facilities
  • Fluent with Microsoft Office, Google, and general software
  • Required HSE training for field work
  • Valid Alberta Class 5 operator’s license or equivalent with clean driver abstract
  • Work in vicinity of high-pressure lines and electrical systems
  • Experience working with basic hand tools
  • Off-road driving experience an asset

Physical Requirements

  • Field environment and standard office
  • Will be exposed to worksite hazards while performing related task
  • Capable of lifting objects up to 50 lbs with aid as required
  • Please note that travel out of town and camp work is required.

Additional Information

Who should apply?

  • Instrumentation technicians / mechanics
  • Oil field Electricians interested in dual ticket
  • Instrumentation Engineering Technologists
  • People who enjoy the outdoors and seeing all of Western Canada

 

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