WORKSHOP TECHNICIAN II

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Updated At: 2019-11-08

JOB DESCRIPTION

 To assemble/disassemble completion and artificial systems and other downhole and service equipment as per procedures or as per supervisor’s request with completing relevant paperwork.

 To maintain/redress tools as per procedure or as per supervisor’s requests with completing relevant paperwork.

 To clean tools after they return from job or tools that have been sitting in workshop for long periods of time. To prepare tools for storage as per procedures or as per supervisor’s request with competing relevant paperwork.

 To prepare equipment and taking part in loading/unloading when sending/receiving equipment to/from the rig site.

 To control storage conditions for consumables items. To control consumables items availability in the workshop and report when stock needs to be refilled.

 To ensure that workshop is in a clean state at all times.

 To insure that all resources (redness items, grease, rags, PPE) are used in a non-wasteful manner.

 To identify room for improvement and mistakes in workshop procedures.

 To take part in pressure testing of completion and artificial lift assemblies.

 To take part in equipment makeup/break out procedures based on written work instruction.

 Is co-responsible for the hand tools and other consumable items in the workshop, ensure they are stored in appropriate areas at the end of each work day.

 To participate in QA/QC activities – working with supervisors in investigations at the facilities

 To perform goods inward inspection/receiving of new items arriving at the facilities.

 In conjunction with field engineers and project coordinator identify problems or opportunities for improvement in procedures and, to recommend necessary changes to the appropriate person (regional / location document controller)

 To ensure that any third party or customer visitors have adequate PPE to be in the shop and do any tasks they need to do.

 To maintain contact with third party or customer personnel visiting or witnessing ongoing operation in the workshop.

 To help project coordinator ensure there is the correct quantity of hand tools, redress items, critical spares and consumables (grease, rags, packaging equipment PPE etc).

QUALIFICATIONS

Higher school dergee. MS office tools knowledge.

Some oilfield experience is necessary, however mechanics and other hands on type professionals would be considered.

Spoken and written English is essential.

Hard worker. Team Player. Communicable. Diligent.

A driver’s license is a requirement.

POSITION SPECIFIC DETAILS

 The employee is responsible both for his own safety and safety of others, demonstrates a personal commitment to Quality, Health, Safety and Environment and applies Weatherford and where appropriate Client Company’s Quality, Health, Safety and Environment Policy and Management Systems.

Take every opportunity to improve knowledge of English by reading different art books or by any other methods.

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