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Technicien/technicienne spécialiste des vannes

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À propos de cette carrière

Les techniciens spécialistes des vannes installent, entretiennent, inspectent, mettent à l’essai, démontent, nettoient et réparent des appareils de contrôle et de régulation mécaniques servant à contrôler, orienter et mesurer le débit du pétrole et du gaz à la tête de puits dans des tuyaux de collecte, des pipelines et des usines. Il s’agit de matériel tel que des compteurs d’électricité, régulateurs de gaz, thermostats et vannes de sécurité et de débit.

Études : on exige un diplôme d’études secondaires (ou équivalent). Une aptitude à la mécanique et une formation technique spéciale sur les vannes et la réparation de vannes constituent un atout. Certains employés préfèrent un diplôme en technologie d’instrumentation, d’électricité, de génie électrique ou mécanique.

Emploi : on trouve cette profession dans les milieux à terre et en mer et, en général, les employés travaillent pour le secteur des services pétroliers et gaziers et celui des pipelines de l’industrie pétrolière et gazière.

Exemples de titres : assembleur/assembleuse de vannes, technicien/technicienne de l’entretien et de la réparation sur le terrain, technicien/technicienne de l’entretien et de la réparation, technicien/technicien des pipelines.

Compétences
Connaissances
Mécanique
Questions d’ordre technique
Installation
Entretien du matériel
Analyse de contrôle de la qualité
Réparation
Chemin de carrière
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Les conditions de travail
  • Field 2
    Visites sur les lieux
  • Steeringwheel
    Conduite requise
  • Variable weather
    Temps incrémenteux
  • Road
    Emplacements à distance
  • Industrial excavator
    Machinerie active
  • Standing
    Longues périodes en position debout
  • Physical
    Exigeant sur le plan physique
  • Longshifts
    Longs quarts
  • Overtime
    Heures supplémentaires possibles
Secteurs transférables
Construction

The construction industry is comprised of establishments primarily engaged in constructing, repairing and renovating buildings and engineering works, and in subdividing and developing land. These establishments may operate on their own account or under contract to other establishments or property owners. They may produce complete projects or just parts of projects. Establishments often subcontract some or all of the work involved in a project, or work together in joint ventures. Establishments may produce new construction, or undertake repairs and renovations to existing structures.

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Military

This industry group comprises establishments of the Canadian Armed Forces and civilian agencies primarily engaged in providing defence services.

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Forestry

The forestry industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in growing and harvesting timber on a long production cycle (of ten years or more). Industries in this subsector specialize in different stages of the production cycle. Reforestation requires production of seedlings in specialized nurseries. Timber production requires natural forests or suitable areas of land that are available for a long duration. The maturation time for timber depends upon the species of tree, the climatic conditions of the region, and the intended purpose of the timber. The harvesting of timber, except when done on an extremely small scale, requires specialized machinery unique to the industry. The gathering of forest products, such as gums, barks, balsam needles and Spanish moss, are also included in this subsector.

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Industrial Manufacturing

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in the chemical, mechanical or physical transformation of materials or substances into new products. These products may be finished, in the sense that they are ready to be used or consumed, or semi-finished, in the sense of becoming a raw material for an establishment to use in further manufacturing. Related activities, such as the assembly of the component parts of manufactured goods; the blending of materials; and the finishing of manufactured products by dyeing, heat-treating, plating and similar operations are also treated as manufacturing activities. Manufacturing establishments are known by a variety of trade designations, such as plants, factories or mills.

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Renewable Energy/Clean Technology

The "green economy" involves both power generation from renewable energy sources such as wind, solar, biomass, hydro and waste heat as well as application of environmentally sustainable technology to extract and process non-renewable energy or fossil fuels to transition into a low carbon environment. It is integrated within a number of industry classifications including utilities or power generation, water management, manufacturing, etc. 

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High Technology

The high tech industry includes subsectors with high concentrations of workers in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) in particular manufacturing, motion picture production and post-prod, engineering services, information and communications technology and others.

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Petrochemical Manufacturing

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in converting feedstocks derived from petroleum, or from petroleum and natural gas liquids, into petrochemicals. Some important processes used in petrochemical manufacturing include steam cracking and steam reforming. For the purpose of defining this industry, petrochemicals consist of acyclic (aliphatic) hydrocarbons and cyclic aromatic hydrocarbons.

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Supply Chain

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in transporting passengers and goods, warehousing and storing goods, and providing services to these establishments. The modes of transportation are road (trucking, transit and ground passenger), rail, water, air and pipeline. These are further subdivided according to the way in which businesses in each mode organize their establishments. National post office and courier establishments, which also transport goods, are included in this sector. Warehousing and storage establishments are subdivided according to the type of service and facility that is operated.

Many of the establishments in this sector are structured as networks, with activities, workers, and physical facilities distributed over an extensive geographic area.

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Agribusiness

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Careers also exist in the following industries:
  • Exploitation minière et exploitation de carrières
  • Fabrication de papier
  • Fabrication de produits chimiques
  • Fabrication de produits de charbon et de pétrole
  • Fabrication de produits en bois
  • Grands travaux de génie civil
  • Services publics, y compris les énergies de remplacement
Détails du poste

Catégories d’emplois

Techniciens et technologues

Secteurs

Services pétroliers et gaziers

Exploration et production

NOC

2232

Qualifications + Expérience

Études :

  • Diplôme d’études secondaires (ou équivalent)

Permis et licences :

  • Permis de conduire de classe 5 et dossier de conduite vierge