API-570 ROPE ACCESS TECHNICIAN LEVEL III
Posted: 12/17/2019 9:10:07 AM
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Barracuda Specialty Services
While working under the supervision of a Operations, and within the scope of a written Safe Work Plan (aka Job Hazard Analysis), the Rope Access Technician (Level I, II, & III) carry out a wide variety of inspection, maintenance, and repair services in the field setting. Almost universally, the Technician uses rope and related equipment to access and complete work tasks at considerable height. The Technician may also participate in rescue operations, administrative tasks, and customer support. Safety, integrity, technical capabilities, customer service, and an ability to function effectively in a team environment are essential. This is a permanent role located in Geismer, LA.
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Functions, Responsibilities, and Duties:
The Rope Access Technician (Level III) performs a variety of duties including, but not limited to the following:
Carries out a wide variety of inspection, maintenance, and repair services using ropes and related equipment to access and complete work tasks at considerable height.
Represents Barracuda in a positive and professional manner at all times, regardless of adversity.
Provides exemplary customer services and support (internal and external) that reflects integrity, collaboration, and timely follow-through.
Works effectively within a team structure to complete operational and administrative assignments on time, with good quality.
In accordance with Barracuda safety procedures, reflects an intense focus on safety, health, and risk management concerns and takes pride in safeguarding self and others during each job assignment.
Adheres to Barracuda Rope Access procedures for all rope access projects.
Serves as a safe, effective, and valued member of the team as gauged by periodic assessments. Customer feedback may also be taken into account.
Adheres to the scope and technique standards are based on level of certification.
Punctual, prepared, and ready to work at the designated start time for each shift.
Completes all training assignments on time and with satisfactory performance ratings.
Follows Company policies, procedures, and work instructions at all times.
Meets the availability and attendance standards established by the Company.
Other duties and responsibilities as assigned and as outlined in company policies, procedures, and directed work practices
Education and/or Experience
Up to date SPRAT Rope Access Technician certification
Minimum 1 years experience in the field;
High school graduate or GED required
Relevant Bachelors and advanced degrees are a plus
TWIC Card is a plus