- Develop and maintain strong external/internal client relationships in support of company values and objectives.
- Maintain and prepare a pumper for each and every job.
- Inspect and perform function tests before equipment leaves yard, ensuring all components are in working order.
- Perform shop maintenance on field equipment when required.
- Maintain up-to-date documentation on equipment maintenance and repairs (i.e. 300 hour maintenance, greasing unit and iron treating), and submit paper work before shift end.
- Perform proper rig in and rig out procedures, mixing, pumping, pressure tests, plug drops, wash ups, final inspections, and assist with location clean up.
- Monitor pump pressure, rates, and volume during pumping performance; observe and report if anyone is needed in the hot zone.
- Adhere to and enforce company safety policies and ensure compliance with HSE legislation.
- Establish and maintain procedures to ensure high level of service.
- Participate in training and development activities.
- Other general duties as required.
Specific to Operator 1’s
- Operate a Pumper with close supervision.
- Measure densities of cement using pressurized scales.
- Run maple screen and Martin Decker chart on Pumper.
- Setting and resetting overpressure trips on Pumper.
Specific to Operator 2’s
- Perform all tasks of Operator 1.
- Have an understanding of job processes and be comfortable mixing cement and pumping fluids in any situation with little supervision.
- Proficient in all primary work and PCMP operation.
- Understanding of all gauges in the operator panel.
Specific to Operator 3’s
- Perform all tasks of Operator 1 and Operator 2.
- Able to prepare any equipment or materials required for any job without the help of a Supervisor.
- Assist Supervisor in job preparations and incident reporting.
- Perform Pumper spring maintenance and fluid end inspections.
- Rebuild Chiksans and Neutron valves.
Qualifications, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Class 1 driver’s license with a clean driver’s abstract.
- Minimum 1 year of Class 1 driving experience.
- Physically capable of moving/lifting heavy objects up to 23 kg., bending, standing, gripping, sitting/driving, walking, and climbing repeatedly for extended periods.
- Able to work outdoors for extended periods of time and in all types of weather conditions.
- Able to be on call 24 hours on a 15 days on and 6 days off rotational schedule (subject to change due to market conditions).
- Able to work in congested or confined areas, and with exposure to loud noises and vibration.
- Legally eligible to work in Canada.
- Experience in oil and gas field operations.
- Experience with rig in and rig out procedures, mixing and pumping, pressure tests, plug drops, wash ups, final inspections, and clean ups. Experience with equipment and components,including pumping equipment.
- Maintenance knowledge, mechanically inclined,and have the ability to troubleshoot.
- Strong understanding of DOT regulations and required paperwork.
- Strong work ethic, positive attitude,reliable, and dependable.
- Flexible and able to adapt to change.
- Understands the importance of safety.
- Team player and customer service focused.
- Demonstrated initiative and results orientated.
- Possess oil field tickets.
- Experience in both primary and remedial cementing.
- Experience operating Twins.
- Experience dealing with customers