In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for implementing the Facility Mechanical Integrity Program for assigned units in the Houston Region (PSM facilities to 29 CFR 1910.119(j) and USCG facilities to 33 CFR 127).
Maintain the Mechanical Integrity Inspection databases.
The I/E Supervisor is responsible for instructing and supervising the plants I/E Technicians in their job and safety functions. To include, modifying, repairing, or overhauls electronic and electrical equipment and controls.
Provides that team with all Hard Tooling, Parts Kits, Consumable Operating Supplies and Standard Hardware in a presentation method that provides the mechanic with the most efficient access possible, while maintaining traceability, low operating costs, good housekeeping, a FOD free work area, and adherence to established auditable procedures, within MMAS guidelines.