(337) 504-4635 Louisiana Contractor License #75068

Pneumatic / Instrument Technician

Pneumatic / Instrument Technician should possess the ability to safely and promptly perform tasks involved with the day-to-day construction and support of pneumatic systems on offshore production platforms in order to minimize or resolve downtime. In addition, this level requires experience in the construction aspect of installation of pneumatic end devices on components and installation of tubing / tray. This level requires the ability to be a team player and to work closely with Production Personnel.


  • 5 years of experience or equivalent in the field of Pneumatic Panel Construction and/or installation
  • General knowledge of API 250 14C.
  • 5 years proven experience as a Pneumatic/Instrumentation Technician.
  • Ability to read P&ID, Safe Charts, and Panel Schematic
  • Ability to make modifications and logic changes as needed.
  • Strong panel troubleshooting along with pneumatic end devices, etc.
  • Planning routes and installation of ladder and channel tray, brackets, bending single and group tubing, panel breakouts, and order changes.
  • Basic computer skills including: Microsoft office products. Excel, Word, Outlook and Adobe.

Duties Include but are not limited to:

  • Perform routine pneumatic maintenance repairs on assigned system equipment and facilities.
  • Perform pneumatic diagnostic and repair work on pneumatic systems
  • Perform a variety of pneumatic duties including installing, disassembling, inspecting, repairing, and replacing defective parts on a variety of pneumatic equipment.
  • Verify that pneumatic Safety Systems operate in accordance with SAFE Charts.
  • Revise or make additions to any type of existing pneumatic panel as needed, even if there are no schematics to go by.
  • Field Survey of projects. Including taking pictures, gathering information, and generating material lists.

Physical Requirements:

  • Must be able to lift 50 lbs. regularly
  • Work in hot/cold environments, possibly loud areas on production facilities
  • Walk/stand for long periods
  • Reaching, lifting and bending, climbing stairs, etc.