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Job Category:
Transportation
Industry:
Oil & Gas
Employment Type:
Full time
Posted:
1/24/2011
Journeyman Electrician
(This job is no longer available)
Chevron Corporation | Questa, NM
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Job Description

Chevron Corporation is one of the world's leading integrated energy companies with subsidiaries that conduct business across the globe. The company's success is driven by the ingenuity and commitment of approximately 62,000 employees who operate across the energy spectrum. Chevron explores for, produces and transports crude oil and natural gas; refines, markets and distributes transportation fuels and other energy products and services; manufactures and sells petrochemical products; generates power and produces geothermal energy; and develops and commercializes the energy resources of the future, including biofuels and other renewables. Chevron is based in San Ramon, California.

Chevron Mining is accepting online applications for the position Journeyman Electrician located in Questa, New Mexico through January 27, 2011 at 11:59 p.m. (EST).

Overview:

Responsible for installing, repairing and maintaining all industrial electrical equipment with demonstrated proficiency with electrical test equipment including voltmeter, ammeter, and grounding test equipment. Ability to troubleshoot and repair low and medium voltage electrical switchgear, and motor control circuits.

 

Qualifications

Key Job Responsibilities for this position may include but are not limited to:

• Work incident and injury free.

• Knowledge of electrical codes required.

• Layout and installation of PVC, EMT, and Rigid conduit systems ranging in size from ½" to 6".

• Troubleshoot and repair motor control circuits, industrial lighting, and piping heat trace circuits.

• This job falls into the "Heavy" physical demand category which requires physical handling of tools, equipment parts, pipe and steel up to 100 lbs., climbing stairways and vertical ladders to access equipment, walking, bending, reaching, pulling, squatting, kneeling, crawling, lifting and carrying, work in cramped conditions and awkward postures, working at high elevation, work in extreme weather conditions at various times.

• Shift work may be required.

•Operate and work out of man lift and basket trucks.

Required (Basic) Qualifications:

• New Mexico Journeyman Electrical License
• Minimum of 5 Years Electrical Mining Experience
• Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) required


Preferred Qualifications:

• MSHA Electrical Surface Qualifications as per CFR 77.103

Relocation Options:

Relocation will not be considered.

International Considerations:

Expatriate assignments will not be considered.

Chevron regrets that it is unable to sponsor employment visas or consider individuals on time-limited visa status for this position.

EOE M/F/D/V

If you are interested in this position, you must respond online. No phone, fax or email inquiries from potential applicants, external recruiters or other interested parties, please. Chevron is an Equal Opportunity Employer Chevron participates in E-Verify in certain locations as required by law. For more information about E-Verify please click on a link below.

http://careers.chevron.com/docs/EverifyPosterEnglish.pdf

 

About Chevron Corporation

Providing Energy for Human Progress Chevron is one of the world's largest integrated energy companies. Headquartered in San Ramon, California, we conduct business in more than 100 countries. We are engaged in every aspect of the crude oil and natural gas industry, including exploration and production, manufacturing, marketing and transportation, chemicals manufacturing and sales, geothermal, and power generation. We're also investing in renewables and advanced technologies. Company Roots We trace our earliest roots to an 1879 oil discovery at Pico Canyon, north of Los Angeles, which led to the formation of the Pacific Coast Oil Co. That company later became Standard Oil Co. of California and, subsequently, Chevron. We took on the name "Chevron" when we acquired Gulf Oil Corp. in 1984, nearly doubling our worldwide proved oil and gas reserves. Our merger with Gulf was at that time the largest in U.S. history. Another major branch of the family tree is The Texas Fuel Company, which was formed in Beaumont, Texas, in 1901. It later became known as The Texas Company and eventually Texaco. In 2001, our two companies merged to form ChevronTexaco. The name was changed to Chevron in 2005 to convey a clearer, stronger and more unified presence around the world. The acquisition of Unocal Corporation in 2005 strengthened Chevron's position as an energy industry leader, increasing our crude oil and natural gas assets around the world. Global Scope Our diverse and highly skilled global workforce consists of approximately 62,000 employees and about 5,000 service station employees. In 2008, Chevron produced 2.53 million barrels of net oil-equivalent per day. About 75 percent of that volume occurred outside the United States in more than 20 different countries. Chevron had a global refining capacity of more than 2 million barrels of oil per day at the end of 2008. Our marketing network supports more than 22,000 retail outlets on six continents. And we have invested in 13 power-generating facilities in the United States and Asia. Technology and Emerging Energy Technology is propelling our growth. We're focusing on technologies that improve our chances of finding, developing and producing crude oil and natural gas. We also are investing in the development of emerging energy technologies — such as finding better ways to make nonfood-based biofuels, creating hydrogen fuel systems, devising commercial uses for nano-materials and expanding our renewable energy resources. Environment and Safety As a company and as individuals, we take great pride in contributing to the communities where we live and work. We also care about the environment and are proud of the many ways in which our employees work to safeguard it. Our efforts to protect the environment were recognized in 2008 with awards from the National Ocean Industries Association and the California Department of Oil, Gas and Geothermal Resources. Our persistent efforts to improve on our safe work environment continue to pay off. In 2008, we set a Chevron record for personal safety in our downstream work, achieving our lowest-ever lost-time injury rate. Across the corporation, we reduced the days-away-from-work injury rate to a level among the best in the industry. Our Work We recognize that the world needs all the energy we can develop, in every potential form. That's why our employees work daily to find newer, cleaner ways to power the world.