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Industrial Oilfield Electrician

Job Summary: 
The Electrician is responsible for the repair, inspection, and maintenance of equipment; troubleshooting reported problems and resolving them in a timely manner; ensuring functionality and reliability of equipment; working with various machines and tools; maintaining a clean and safe work environment; and traveling to work locations if needed.

Requirements:

  • 5+ years of electrical experience.

  • Strong electrical background.

  • Attention to detail.

  • Verifiable work experience as an industrial/oilfield electrician.

  • Very good communication skills.

  • Problem-solving ability.

  • Very good physical strength and stamina.

  • Dependable worker.

  • Dependable transportation is a requirement.

  • Basic knowledge of oilfield electrical, VFD’s, PLC’s, transformers, electrical motor bearing replacement, sizing of electrical cable, electrical cable glands, and 480v 3 phase knowledge.

Location: Various locations.

Work Schedule: Rotational Schedule and/or 40+ hours per week.

 

 

Industrial Mechanic

Job Summary:
The Industrial Mechanic is responsible for the assembly, repair, maintenance, tear-down, cleaning, inspection, and re-assembly of the equipment assigned to you; troubleshoot reported problems and resolve them in a timely manner; ensure the functionality and reliability of equipment; work with various machines and tools; and maintain a clean and safe work environment.

Requirements:

  • 5+ years of mechanic experience.

  • Strong mechanical background.

  • Manual dexterity.

  • Attention to detail.

  • Verifiable work experience as a Mechanic.

  • Very good communication skills.

  • A problem-solving ability.

  • Very good physical strength and stamina.

  • Dependable worker.

  • Dependable transportation is a requirement.

  • Must have own tools.

  • Basic knowledge of mechanical equipment and transmissions is a plus.

Location: Various locations.

 Work Schedule: Rotational Schedule and/or 40+ hours per week.

 

 

HSE Site Supervisor

Job Summary:
The HSE Site Supervisor is responsible for performing Health, Safety and Environmental audits of the work location and reports to site management and HSE Director; lead or assist in JSA planning, work permitting, and safety meetings; assist with employee training as it pertains to OSHA, client, company, and industry recommendations; lead company safety team activities that contribute to improved performance and involvement in the safety program BBS, JSEA, SSE, etc...).  Performing incident investigations with RCA and Case Management. Must document all injuries, illnesses and near misses and enter into database. Follow-up and report to client on all injury updates. Participate in the development and implementation of injury and illness reduction programs and processes. Monitor potential employee exposures to workplace hazards (noise, chemicals, etc.).  Ensure the appropriate personal protective equipment is identified and worn by employees.  Participate in ergonomics activities including risk identification and abatement.  Lead activities and workplace modifications designed to reduce costs and lost production attributable to work-related injuries and illnesses.  Inform personnel of onsite emergency procedures and train according to evacuation plan.  Inform personnel of the weekly safety meetings. Make sure all employees attend a safety meeting weekly and monthly.  Lead and coordinate the meetings with management and employee participation.  Review 'Short Service Employee' policy with all effected personnel.

The HSE Site Supervisor is also responsible for identifying any SSE's and making sure they have any applicable SSE form filled out.  Making sure all SSE’s have an assigned mentor and file their SSE forms.  Assure the presence of SDS sheets for all chemical on site.  Maintain and update, as needed, a current SDS manual, accessible to all personnel on site.  Maintain open communications with management on a daily basis.  Maintain files on ‘Safety Bulletins’ and ‘Safety Alerts’.

Requirements:

  • 5+ years of HSE Site Supervisor experience.

  • Strong background in HSE Site Supervision.

  • Positive team player (can do attitude).

  • Safety coach (partner at safety).

  • Honest, Sincere, and Reliable.

  • Very good communication and computer skills.

  • Dependable worker.

  • Dependable transportation is a requirement.

Location: Various locations.

Work Schedule: Rotational Schedule and/or 40+ hours per week.

 

 

H2S Technician

Job Summary:
The duties and responsibilities of a H2S Technician are not limited to just the following.

Daily:  The H2S Technician is responsible for familiarizing and remaining cognizant of all drilling activities which could produce an H2S release; i.e., well kicks, bottoms up circulation, coring operations, well testing/logging, abnormal well conditions, etc. Check H2S Detection System for proper operation and perform H2S calibration checks once every 24hour period and every 12 hours once H2S has been detected. Recalibrate sensors, as required, and record that sensor checks and calibrations were conducted in the Drilling Contractor’s IADC Log. Maintain daily contact with Company Man, reporting on status of equipment readiness, maintenance performed, and drills or training completed that day. Conduct H2S Awareness and Safety Equipment Training for all new personnel, (who do not hold current TSI Certification Cards), arriving on the rig. Training and safety equipment orientation must be conducted within 24 hours of arrival. Insure all 5 minute and/or 10 minute SCBA’s are functional and fully charged. Insure that all Cascade Air Banks are charged, on-line, and capable of recharging SCBA’s. Check system for signs of air leaks. Insure operability of both Electric and Diesel Air Compressors. During activities that have a potential for an H2S release, provide continuous monitoring with H2S Mini Check Monitors and/or Detector Tubes. Maintain communication with the Mud Engineer to ensure that Sulfide analysis is being performed on the mud flow-line. The Mud Engineer can often provide a precursor of information on a pending H2S gas release. Maintain a running inventory of location and availability of all Safety Equipment. Maintain ongoing efforts to keep equipment clean. Be prepared to assess the presence of H2S and SO2 if the Gas Flare is ignited. Complete a Daily Report Log entry on each day’s activities.

Weekly: Conduct Weekly H2S Drills. An H2S Drill must be conducted within 24 hours of a crew change and every 7 days thereafter during the course of their shift. Critique, Grade the Drill, and provide comments and recommendations for areas requiring improvement to the Company Man. If the Drill was found to be unsatisfactory, immediate corrective action is required with a follow-up drill conducted within 24 hours. Perform visual checks of all SCBA Units, O2 Resuscitators, and clean and sanitize respirator masks as needed. Insure units are properly stored for emergency donning access. Record results on the SCBA Inspection Report Form contained in the carrying case. Perform Weekly Air Compressor & Air Cascade Air Quality Checks. Insure all entries have been made on the Breathing Air Compressor Operating Log for weekly operating and service activities. Insure proper operation of all Alarm Stations. This can be accomplished in conjunction with the conduct of the Weekly H2S Drill. Review daily and weekly documentation requirements to insure all forms are current, accurate, and completely filled in. Store all forms for retention in their proper storage location.

Monthly: Conduct Functional Checks of all SCBA equipment. Record results on the SCBA Inspection Record Card contained in each carrying case. Check O2 Resuscitators and sanitize respirator masks as needed. Insure that any maintenance with regard to Air Compressor operations has been accomplished; i.e., air purification cartridge changes, oil changes, and other filter changes as may be needed. Perform inspections and functional checks of Safety equipment installed on attending crew or workboats.

Requirements:

  • 5+ years of experience as a land based or offshore H2S Technician.

  • 5+ years of experience with oil drilling rig operations.

  • Verifiable work experience as H2S Technician.

  • Very good communication skills.

  • Problem-solving ability.

  • Very good physical strength and stamina.

  • Dependable worker.

  • Dependable transportation is a requirement.

Training Requirements

  • H2S Technician Training Course

  • Safe Gulf or Safe Land Training

  • Offshore Water Survival Training

  • Completed FA/CPR Training/AED

  • Incipient Fire Fighting

  • Defensive Driving

  • Incident Investigation

  • Confined Space Entrant/Attendant

  • Gas Monitoring Equipment and Analysis

  • Marine Trash & Debris

  • API RP 2-D Rigging & Slinging

  • Fall Protection End User

Location: Various locations.

Work Schedule: Rotational Schedule and/or 40+ hours per week.

 

 

Welders

Temp/Temp-to-Hire (MIG, TIG, GMAC, GMAW, SMAW, ARC, Fabrication, Rig, and/or Aluminum)

Job Summary:
The Welder must be experienced in a variety of applications.  These include: MIG, TIG, GMAC, GMAW, SMAW, ARC, Fabrication, Rig welding, Pipe welding, and/or Aluminum welding.  A welder is responsible for maintaining a clean and safe work environment; perform cutting, fitting, and welding of various types of material; fabrication of drilling equipment; inspect, clean, and grind welds; work with management to estimate time frame of welding jobs; be able to perform overhead, horizontal, vertical, and continuous welds.

Requirements:

  • 5+ years of welding experience.

  • Verifiable work experience as a Welder.

  • Team Player.

  • Very good communication skills.

  • Have great hand-eye coordination.

  • Problem-solving ability.

  • Very good physical strength and stamina.

  • Must provide own PPE.

  • Must pass welding tests.

  • Dependable worker.

  • Dependable transportation is a requirement.

  • High School diploma/GED equivalent

Location: Various locations.

Work Schedule: Rotational Schedule, 40+ hours per week, and/or shift work.

 

 

General Labor

Temp/Temp-to-Hire

Job Summary:
The General Labor position is responsible for completing task(s) assigned; maintaining a clean and safe work environment; adhering to all safety instructions; 

Requirements:

  • Must be able to pass Drug Test.

  • Must be able to follow instruction.

  • Must be able to work outdoors in the elements (if applicable).

  • Must be able to stand for extended period of time (if necessary).

  • Must be able to set up/take down and use ladders (if necessary).

  • Very good physical strength and stamina (if necessary).

  • Have great hand-eye coordination.

  • Very good communication skills.

  • Very good computer skills (if applicable).

  • Problem-solving ability.

  • Must provide own tools if required.

  • Dependable worker.

  • Dependable transportation is a requirement.


Location: Various locations.

Work Schedule: Rotational Schedule, 40+ hours per week, and/or shift work.

 

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