Electrical Technician (Workshop/Service)

Website Johnson Controls

Electrical Technician (Workshop/Service) Job Highlights

Title Electrical Technician (Workshop/Service)
Type Full Time
Experience Not Indicated
Function Management/Manufacturing
Location Norfolk, England, United Kingdom
Company Johnson Controls

Company Profile

Johnson Controls transforms the environments where people live, work, learn and play. From optimizing building performance to improving safety and enhancing comfort, it drives the outcomes that matter most. The company is dedicated to protecting the environment and delivers promise in industries such as healthcare, education, data centers, and manufacturing.

Job Profile

The company is looking for an Electrical Technician for its team to handle workshops/services.

Educational Qualification

  • No education level is mentioned, yet having a basic education will be a plus

Work Experience

  • Possess work-related experience (a plus)


  • Ability to install and inspect ATEX-approved glands.
  • Ability to install and inspect Control Ex connectors.
  • Able to travel away from home for on-site installations and commissioning of new equipment within the oil and gas industry both onshore and offshore.
  • Act as a member of a designated production team, as required.
  • Assemble/operate test equipment, diagnose component/system/procedural faults, and take vital remedial action.
  • Experience in the use of general fitting and fabrication hand tools, and workshop machinery including Pillar Drills, Band Saw, Pedestal grinders, and Linishers. With respect to the fabrication and installation of cable trays and cable brackets.
  • Fault finding within electrical control systems that collaborate with hydraulic instruments to allow for modifications to existing wellhead control panels.
  • Good social skills – working well with internal and external customers, a great teammate.
  • Identification and installation of electrical instrumentation components, junction box wiring, interconnecting cabling, and containment with reference to hydraulic control systems.
  • Maintain a high level of the personal field around timekeeping, work performance, and general conduct.
  • Operate/use equipment provided within the production area and report any faults arising.
  • Read/understand the content of electrical schematic/wiring diagrams and assist in the planning of cable, tray, and component layout.
  • Understand and, always, align with the instructions/requirements specified in published company Manufacturing Quality Systems and associated procedure documentation.

Essential Qualifications

  • COSHH training
  • Proven track record in small panel assembly
  • Qualified Electrician with recognized formal training, i.e., Apprenticeship, further education (or similar)
  • Risk Assessment training
  • Understanding of Wellhead Control Panel layout, assembly, and testing
  • Willingness to adjust the personal schedule to meet business needs

Preferred Qualifications

  • Basic Offshore Safety Induction and Emergency Training Course (with CA EBS) (5750) Includes HUET, approved by OPITO
  • City and Guilds in Electrical Installation and IEE edition 17/18 regulations
  • Complex modules EX01 to EX04 inclusive training certificate.
  • Fully conversant with the latest IEE regulations.
  • Offshore Oil and Gas Industrial Minimum Safety Training Standard (MIST), approved by OPITO (5301).
  • TIG welding capability working with 316 Stainless Steel, as a minimum ‘tacking up’ would be an advantage.


  • The benefits package includes a competitive salary, pension, life assurance, employee assistance program, employee referral scheme, discount on Johnson Controls security products including ADT Smart Home plus voluntary schemes for childcare vouchers, cycle to work, eye care vouchers, and holiday purchases.

To apply for this job please visit jobs.johnsoncontrols.com.

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