Performs daily operational reviews and maintenance of assigned wells and production equipment, identifying potential problems; documentation and production reporting and repair of equipment in a safe and cost-effective manner.
Daily operations include production optimization, location housekeeping, recordkeeping, tank gauging, aids in diagnostics, checking compressors and troubleshooting well and equipment problems.
Performs preventive maintenance and minor repairs on production equipment and facilities.
Inputs daily production metrics into the production system such as volumes and pressures.
Analyze production related issues and work with field foreman, superintendents and any
other relative personnel to troubleshoot.
Contacts haulers and ensures produced fluids are taken from the lease sites in a timely manner.
Witnesses and ensures accuracy of gauges, tests and run tickets performed by purchasers.
Maintains field offices, and company equipment including vehicles, computers and cell phones.
Ensure that all work is done within Safety and Environmental Compliance Standards.
Education, Skills and Experience Required
High school degree or equivalent.
Previous experience as pumper or roustabout.
Requires valid driver’s license and a satisfactory driving record.
Demonstrated team player with good attitude and work ethic, flexible and good interpersonal skills.
Basic to intermediate math and computer skills (Microsoft Office programs).
Mechanical skills – ability to handle maintenance and minor repairs of compressors, separators, dehydrators, water injection pumps, pump jacks, bottom hole pumps communication/control panels, and plunger lift systems.
Must be able to react to potentially dangerous situations quickly and appropriately.
Standing, walking, lifting up to 50 lbs., bending, visual acuity, hearing, speaking.
Must be able to climb 15 foot high ladders and stairwells.
Must be able to change a flat tire or chain up tires in adverse weather conditions.
Works outdoors approximately 95% of the time.
Works indoors in office approximately 5% of the time.
May be exposed to and must be able to drive in adverse weather conditions (snow, rain, ice, wind, heat, flooding, etc.).
May be exposed to constant noise, H2S fumes (less than 10 ppm), and high pressure natural gas.