An operation technician is an established worker in charge of overseeing the equipment of the operations platform in a company. As an operation technician, you must cooperate with engineers to repair mechanical issues and execute maintenance. This is done to make sure there is easy accessibility of supplies and to lessen rig downtime.
You are expected to encourage manufacturing safety by ensuring compliance with instructions and regulations. This should be done according to the organization's safety and environmental standards. You also have to preserve records of appliance history and report incidents to the right employee. Plus, you are required to execute preventive check-up policy all through the production facility, including facility preservation. You also have to perform equipment preservation and supply technological assistance to regularly strategized operations.
To become an operation technician, you need to meet certain requirements. These include client service, organization, and management skills. You must also be able to apply the manual approach to solve technical issues. Additionally, you need a bachelor's degree or an associate degree, depending on the employer. With these requirements met, you will earn an average of $42,890 per year or $20.62 hourly.