Careers

At Control Tech, our team is our greatest asset. We show our commitment to excellence by our ability to constantly grow in our skills, and an ownership group that helps encourage employees to learn and expand within the company. We take pride in how our employees apply their unique skills to every job. It allows us to repeatedly exceed client expectations – letting our work speak for itself.

Position Openings
Chickasha, OK
General Laborer/Fire Watch

Employer: Control Tech

Location: Chickasha, Oklahoma

** PROJECT POSITION, NON PER DIEM**

Major Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Safety

Ensure Control Tech’s Safety program is followed; Maintain a high level of safety awareness and adherence; Refrain from any task for which authorization and/or training has not been given

Attend and participate in monthly safety meeting; Maintain Safety Certifications and report all incidents / safety concerns

We offer:

  • Opportunity
  • Positive work environment
  • Excellent benefits
  • Variety of work

Skills and Requirements include

  • Be aware and Focus on safety and safety of others around you.
  • Ability to work well within a team dynamic or individually, and take instructions well
  • Determination and positive attitude and organization
  • Ability to do heavy lifting, and be mechanically inclined
  • Driver’s license and experience driving trailers required.
  • Able to work long days and weekends if needed.
  • Pass Drug and Alcohol Screening and show up fit for duty.

Job Type: Full-time

Measurement Technician

Employer: Control Tech

Location: Chickasha, Oklahoma

Job Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Quality

  • Maintain good customer relations
  • Complete QA / QC Redlines
  • Complete calibration reports, Meter calibration reports, etc.

Safety

  • Ensure Control Tech’s Safety program is followed; Maintain a high level of safety awareness and adherence; Refrain from any task for which authorization and/or training has not been given
  • Attend and participate in monthly safety meeting; Maintain Safety Certifications and report all incidents / safety concerns

Competencies

  • Install process control, and measurement instrumentation on existing and new field equipment and processes (transmitters, controllers, analyzers, control valves, etc.) ROC and Total flow platforms Experience Required.
  • Perform mechanical work associated with instrument repair and modification; remove and install small piping and tubing
  • Configure and calibrate pneumatic, electronic and digital measuring devices to process requirements. Perform preventative maintenance on instrumentation (calibration, replacement and tests as required); maintain field instrument records and standards
  • Use schematics and drawings related to Instrumentation. Repair and adjust system components (sensors, transmitters, programmable logic controllers, etc.); remove and replace defective parts
  • Calibrate and service indicating and recording instruments

Administration

  • Manage Line 1 reports
  • Complete Daily Field Work Orders Excel.
  • Complete Transfers for any inventory taken
  • Manage Warehouse Inventory monthly reports
  • Complete on the job training documents for Junior Technicians (to be completed by Sn. Techs)

Qualifications

  • ROC Training competent.

Total flow Training Competent.

1st, 2nd and 3rd year Electrical Apprentice

Location: Chickasha, Oklahoma

Employer: Control Tech USA

Control Tech USA is a leader in instrumentation, electrical and automation services for the oil and gas industry. We are proud to provide the highest level of and workmanship in a safe and enthusiastic environment. At CONTROLTECH, we customer satisfaction believe every employee adds a unique value to our company and we believe that great ideas become a reality through good planning and hard work. We are locally owned and operated. Our US division services New York State, Pennsylvania, Oklahoma and West Virginia.

Control Tech is seeking 1st, 2nd and 3rd year Apprentice Electricians, based in Chickasha, Oklahoma

** PROJECT POSITION, NON PER DIEM**

Major Responsibilities

  • Maintain good customer relations
  • Read and interpret electrical drawings, and electrical code specifications
  • Pull wire through conduits and holes
  • Install, replaces maintain, and repair electrical systems and related electrical equipment
  • Splice, join, and connect wire to form circuits
  • Test circuits to ensure integrity and safety
  • May perform other related duties as assigned
  • Maintain a high level of safety awareness and adherence

Skills and Abilities

  • Knowledge of Construction, maintenance, troubleshooting and diagnostics
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications Outlook, Word, Excel)
  • Able to provide independent solutions to problems
  • Comfortable working in all weather conditions
  • Written and verbal comprehension
  • Customer service focused
  • Ability to work with all levels of employees and management; internally and externally

Education
Apprenticeship in progress

Employment Requirements

  • Valid Clean Driver’s License
  • Ability to pass Pre-Employment Drug and Alcohol Screen
  • Participation in Company provided safety training

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $14.00 – $17.00 per hour

Automation Technician – Oklahoma area

Employer: Control Tech

Location: Oklahoma area

Responsibilities will include but are not limited to:

  • Construction, maintenance, troubleshooting, training, and diagnostics on various equipment including PLC, ROC, SCADA Pack, SCADA Cloud, Control Logix, Allen- Bradley, Bristol Babcock, Factorytalk View and other automation systems
  • Develop advanced Programmable Logic Control designs and algorithms for control applications
  • Inspect and test instruments and systems using pneumatic, electrical / electronic testing devices, and precision measuring instruments
  • Repair and adjust system components such as sensors, transmitters, and programmable logic controllers; Remove and replace defective parts when required
  • Perform scheduled preventive maintenance work, complete test, and maintenance reports
  • Maintain preferred PLCs, HMIs, and Measurement network and software components
  • Maintain Process Control Domain, virtual machines, and physical servers
  • Monitor logs, run scans; Perform user administration, updates, testing, and antivirus applications
  • Assist with documentation and standards creation; Maintain integrity of control network including licensing
  • Manage and assist in the planning and bidding of Automation projects
  • Install control system instrumentation and electrical equipment
  • Consult manufacturer’s manuals to determine installation, test, and maintenance procedures
  • Install control and measurement instruments on existing and new equipment
  • Research and provide troubleshooting solutions and automation improvements/upgrades
  • Identify suitable automation control devices

Qualifications

  • 5+ years Control and Automation programming
  • Registered Journeyman Instrumentation Technician / Electrician; Electronics Technology, Controls and Automation Diploma
  • Strong SCADA experience required
  • Previous Programming experience
  • Oil and Gas Operations experience and maintenance knowledge required
  • Ability to read and interpret operating/maintenance manuals and electrical schematics
  • Panel building experience and wiring skills
  • Skills in radio and communication networking; technical writing skills
  • Automation product knowledge of Programmable Logic Controls, analog transmitters, and smart transmitters
  • Valid Class 5 driver’s license is a must
  • Must be able to work in a team environment
Field Technician, Unlimited Electrical Journeyman – Licensed in Oklahoma

Employer: Control Tech

Location: Oklahoma area

License Qualification

  • Journeyman certificate licensed with Unlimited or Master Designation with 2 plus years experience
  • Unlimited Journeyman license preferred in Oklahoma (or having the ability to transfer current license to Oklahoma)
  • Experience in Oil and Gas and/or industrial a must

Qualifications:

  • Must be proficient with the NEC code (Current NFPA 70)
  • Must have prior industrial work experience (at least 3 years), or commercial work equivalent of 5 years
  • Must be able to read P&ID’s/Bluprints
  • Must be self motivated with minimal oversight
  • Must have good trouble shooting abilities
  • Willing to travel within Oklahoma and if needed out of state

Job responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Quality:

  • Maintain good customer relations
  • Be able to lead a crew as needed
  • Good communication skills, both verbally and electronically
  • Complete QA/QC redlines

Safety

  • Ensure Control Tech’s Safety program is followed; maintain a high level of safety awareness and adherence; refrain from any task for which authorization and/or training has not been given
  • Attend and participate in monthly safety meeting; maintain safety certifications and report all incidents/safety concerns

Technical

  • Reads and interprets electrical, mechanical, and architectural drawings and electrical code specifications
  • Pulls wire through conduits and piping
  • Installs, replaces, maintains and repairs electrical systems and related electrical equipment
  • Splices, joins and connects wire in J-boxes and/or PLC’s
  • Tests circuits to ensure integrity and safety
  • May perform other related duties as assigned
  • On-call support as required

Administration

  • Manage Line 1 reports
  • Complete daily field work orders
  • Complete transfers for any inventory taken
  • Manage warehouse inventory monthly reports
  • Complete on the job training documents for Junior Technicians (to be completed by Senior Techs)
Dawson Creek, BC
Journeyman Electrician

Location: Dawson Creek, BC

Job Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Quality

  • Maintain good customer relations
  • Complete QA / QC Redlines

Safety

  • Ensure Control Tech’s Safety program is followed; Maintain a high level of safety awareness and adherence; Refrain from any task for which authorization and/or training has not been given
  • Attend and participate in monthly safety meeting; Maintain Safety Certifications and report all incidents / safety concerns

Technical

  • Reads and interprets electrical, mechanical, and architectural drawings and electrical code specifications
  • Pulls wire through conduits and holes
  • Installs, replaces, maintains, and repairs electrical systems and related electrical equipment
  • Splices, joins, and connects wire to form circuits
  • Tests circuits to ensure integrity and safety
  • May perform other related duties as assigned
  • On-call support as required

Administration

  • Complete Daily Field Work Orders
  • Complete Transfers for any inventory taken
  • Manage Warehouse Inventory monthly reports
  • Complete on the job training documents for Junior Technicians (to be completed by Sn. Techs)

Qualification

  • Journeyman certificate
  • Experience in Oil and Gas required
Field Technician, Instrumentation Journeyman

Location: Dawson Creek, BC

Job Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Quality

  • Maintain good customer relations
  • Complete QA / QC Redlines
  • Complete calibration reports, Meter calibration reports, etc.

Safety

  • Ensure Control Tech’s Safety program is followed; Maintain a high level of safety awareness and adherence; Refrain from any task for which authorization and/or training has not been given
  • Attend and participate in monthly safety meeting; Maintain Safety Certifications and report all incidents / safety concerns

Technical

  • Install process control, and measurement instrumentation on existing and new field equipment and processes (transmitters, controllers, analyzers, control valves, etc.)
  • Perform mechanical work associated with instrument repair and modification; remove and install small piping and tubing
  • Rebuild control valves and tune controllers
  • Perform preventative maintenance on instrumentation (calibration, replacement and tests as required); maintain field instrument records and standards
  • Provide support to operations in process control
  • Troubleshoot equipment and systems
  • Use test equipment and hand tools
  • Consult manufacturer’s manuals, circuit diagrams and blueprints to determine test, construction, and maintenance procedures
  • Inspect and test operation of instruments and systems (using pneumatic, electrical/electronic testing devices and precision measuring instruments) to diagnose faults
  • Repair and adjust system components (sensors, transmitters, programmable logic controllers, etc.); remove and replace defective parts
  • Calibrate components and instruments according to manufacturers’ specifications
  • On-call support as required

Administration

  • Manage Line 1 reports
  • Complete Daily Field Work Orders
  • Complete Transfers for any inventory taken
  • Manage Warehouse Inventory monthly reports
  • Complete on the job training documents for Junior Technicians (to be completed by Sn. Techs)

Qualifications

Must be a Journeyperson or Interprovincial red seal Instrumentation Technician.

Fox Creek, AB
Journeyman Instrument Technician

Location: Fox Creek, AB

Position: Field Technician, Instrumentation Journeyman

Employer: Control Tech

 

Job Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Quality

·       Maintain good customer relations

·       Complete QA / QC Redlines

·       Complete calibration reports, Meter calibration reports, etc.

Safety

·       Ensure Control Tech’s Safety program is followed; Maintain a high level of safety awareness and adherence; Refrain from any task for which authorization and/or training has not been given

·       Attend and participate in monthly safety meeting; Maintain Safety Certifications and report all incidents / safety concerns

Competencies

·       Install process control, and measurement instrumentation on existing and new field equipment and processes (transmitters, controllers, analyzers, control valves, etc.)

·       Perform mechanical work associated with instrument repair and modification; remove and install small piping and tubing

·       Configure and calibrate pneumatic, electronic and digital measuring devices to process requirements. Perform preventative maintenance on instrumentation (calibration, replacement and tests as required); maintain field instrument records and standards

·       Use schematics and drawings related to Instrumentation. Repair and adjust system components (sensors, transmitters, programmable logic controllers, etc.); remove and replace defective parts

·       Calibrate and service indicating and recording instruments

Administration

·       Manage Line 1 reports

·       Complete Daily Field Work Orders

·       Complete Transfers for any inventory taken

·       Manage Warehouse Inventory monthly reports

·       Complete on the job training documents for Junior Technicians (to be completed by Sn. Techs)

Qualifications

·         Must be a Journeyperson or Interprovincial red seal Instrumentation Technician or registered apprentice

Instrument Technician – 1st to 4th Year

Position: Instrumentation Apprentices

Employer: Control Tech

Location: Fox Creek

Job Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Safety

  • Ensure Control Tech’s Safety program is followed; Maintain a high level of safety awareness and adherence; Refrain from any task for which authorization and/or training has not been given
  • Attend and participate in monthly safety meeting; Maintain Safety Certifications and report all incidents / safety concerns

Technical

  • Assist/perform with the Install process control, and measurement instrumentation on existing and new field equipment and processes (transmitters, controllers, analyzers, control valves, etc.)
  • Assist/perform mechanical work associated with instrument repair and modification; remove and install small piping and tubing
  • Rebuild control valves and tune controllers
  • Perform preventative maintenance on instrumentation (calibration, replacement and tests as required); maintain field instrument records and standards
  • Provide support to operations in process control
  • Troubleshoot equipment and systems
  • Use test equipment and hand tools
  • Consult manufacturer’s manuals, circuit diagrams and blueprints to determine test, construction, and maintenance procedures
  • Inspect and test operation of instruments and systems (using pneumatic, electrical/electronic testing devices and precision measuring instruments) to diagnose faults
  • Assist/perform the repair and adjust system components (sensors, transmitters, programmable logic controllers, etc.); remove and replace defective parts
  • Calibrate components and instruments according to manufacturers’ specifications
  • On-call support as required

Administration

  • Assist or complete Daily Field Work Orders

Qualifications

Registered apprentice, 1st – 4th year

Grande Prairie, AB
Electrical Apprentice – 2nd to 4th Year

Position: 1st and 2nd year Electrical Apprentice

Employer: Control Tech

Location: Grande Prairie, AB

Job Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Quality

  • Maintain good customer relations
  • Complete QA / QC Redlines

Safety

  • Ensure Control Tech’s Safety program is followed; Maintain a high level of safety awareness and adherence; Refrain from any task for which authorization and/or training has not been given
  • Attend and participate in monthly safety meeting; Maintain Safety Certifications and report all incidents / safety concerns

Technical

  • Reads and interprets electrical, mechanical, and architectural drawings and electrical code specifications
  • Pulls wire through conduits and holes
  • Installs, replaces, maintains, and repairs electrical systems and related electrical equipment
  • Splices, joins, and connects wire to form circuits
  • Tests circuits to ensure integrity and safety
  • May perform other related duties as assigned
  • On-call support as required

Administration

  • Manage Line 1 reports
  • Complete Daily Field Work Orders
  • Complete Transfers for any inventory taken
  • Manage Warehouse Inventory monthly reports
  • Complete on the job training documents for Junior Technicians (to be completed by Sn. Techs)

Qualification

  • Registered apprentice

Experience in Oil and Gas an asset

Troy, PA
Electrical and Instrumentation Technician

Job Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Safety

Ensure Control Tech’s Safety program is followed; Maintain a high level of safety awareness and adherence; Refrain from any task for which authorization and/or training has not been given. Attend and participate in monthly safety meeting; Maintain Safety Certifications and report all incidents / safety concerns.

Technical

  • Assist/perform with the Install process control, and measurement instrumentation on existing and new field equipment and processes (transmitters, controllers, analyzers, control valves, etc.)
  • Assist/perform mechanical work associated with instrument repair and modification; remove and install small piping and tubing.
  • Rebuild control valves and tune controllers.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on instrumentation (calibration, replacement and tests as required); maintain field instrument records and standards.
  • Provide support to operations in process control.
  • Troubleshoot equipment and systems.
  • Use test equipment and hand tools.
  • Consult manufacturer’s manuals, circuit diagrams and blueprints to determine test, construction, and maintenance procedures.
  • Inspect and test operation of instruments and systems (using pneumatic, electrical/electronic testing devices and precision measuring instruments) to diagnose faults.
  • Assist/perform the repair and adjust system components (sensors, transmitters, programmable logic controllers, etc.); remove and replace defective parts.
  • Calibrate components and instruments according to manufacturers’ specifications.