Role Summary: The Field Service Technician will perform duties in the installation, repair, removal, and maintenance of wellhead equipment on customer well sites within the geographical area of assignment. This includes but is not limited to operation, installation, and / or maintenance of company equipment (Wellheads, Valves, Specialty Connections and Piping, Production trees, Chokes, etc.).
Essential Responsibilities: • Interfacing between all functions of the company and our customers concerning technical, operational & EHS challenges as applicable to any assignment; • Mentorship, development and guidance of less experienced peers; • Prepare reports for Field Service jobs; • Install, repair, and maintain equipment at the well site; • Perform valve repair, valve lubrication, and wellhead upgrading; • Repair, assemble, test and maintain tools and customer equipment on-shore base; • Organize, select, arrange shipment of and receive tools and equipment; • Maintain all GE property, including truck, service tools, phone and computer equipment in a clean and ready state; • Process service tickets and perform administrative functions relating to well records; • Maintain inventory levels of spare parts for service and rental tools; • Complete pre-job plan- JAMs and JMPs, ensure procedures and JSAs are carried out for all jobs;
Qualifications/Requirements: I. Qualifications/Experience • Trade qualifications in technical or mechanical engineering or applicable heavy industry experience. • Experience in the installation and repair of flanged well head systems. • Experience in field repairs to gate valves, and other misc well head equipment. II. Technical Knowledge/Skill set • Ability to understand and implement mechanical drawings; • Able to confidently run and set , casing slips, and various types of hangers • Working knowledge of RB2 Lubricator – set and unsetting of BPV/TWC • Working Knowledge of VR plug removal tool • Understanding and use of 10k Pressure testing pump unit. • Reasonable written and verbal communication and • Sound computer knowledge.
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