Green Field Energy Services
Updated: Aug 29 2012
||Coil Tubing, Production Operator
||Full Time Salaried Employee
Closed - No longer accepting applications
- Operates pumping and coiled tubing equipment in accordance with prescribed procedures to perform a well servicing operation. Typically, the Operator may operate four or more of the following types of service equipment, without supervision:
- 1) tractor/trailer,
- 2) coiled tubing unit crane,
- 3) fluid pump and associated mixing equipment,
- 4) nitrogen unit, and
- 5) coiled tubing unit (CTU)
- Performs adjustments to pumping equipment based on job conditions. Such changes may include adjustments relating to rate, temperature or pressure during the job.
- Performs in-field diagnosis of equipment problems when required. Such problems include, but are not limited to, the cavitation of fluid pumps, improper priming of nitrogen pumps and breakage of coiled tubing injector head rollers.
- Provides hands on demonstrations of all techniques to other less experienced coiled tubing operators and coiled tubing equipment operators in the setup and function of all equipment.
- Logs the correct work hours according to the Department of Transportation Guidelines while maintaining the maximum number of available hours.
- Prerequisites Unique to the Coiled Tubing Operator III:
- Demonstrate proficiency and the use of proper safety procedures while operating four (4) of the following types of service equipment, without supervision:
- Tractor/ Trailer (including CDL with endorsements)
- Coiled Tubing Unit Crane (including appropriate certification/training)
- Fluid pump and associated mixing equipment (including proficiency in proper start-up of equipment, initiation of pumping, switching tanks, maintaining proper rate and pressure per job requirements and/or procedure
- 4. Nitrogen unit (including proficiency in Proper equipment start-up, cool down of unit, initiation of pumping, transfer of liquid Nitrogen between tanks, maintenance of rate and pressure per job requirements and/or procedure)
- 5. Coiled Tubing Unit (CTU) (including correctly connecting hydraulic hoses, equipment start-up, engaging of prime mover and hydraulic pumps; Demonstrates knowledge of the function and location of all CTU operating controls).
- Demonstrates proficiency in making appropriate adjustments to pumping equipment based on job conditions, such changes may include adjustments relating to rates, temperatures, or pressures during the job,
- The ability to perform in-field diagnosis of equipment problems. Such problems could include cavitations of fluid pumps, improper priming of nitrogen pumps, and breakage of coiled tubing injector head rollers.
- Knowledge and comprehension of Job Safety Analysis (JSA) procedures.
- Demonstrates proficiency and problem solving skills involving pumping operations. These include problems involving hydrostatic pressures and simple displacements.
- Demonstrates ability to maintain effective customer-client relationships.
- Comprehension of Basic Coiled Tubing and Down hole Tools/Functions (for Coiled Tubing Operators)
- Knowledge and comprehension of various Nitrogen applications
- Successful completion of Well Control School.
Successful completion of Crane Operation training & certification.
- Demonstrates proficiency and problem solving skills involving pump operations. These include problems involving hydrostatic pressures and simple displacements.
- Demonstrates the ability to maintain effective customer-client relationships.
- High school diploma, G.E.D or equivalent.
- Knowledge of heavy equipment operation & maintenance is helpful.
- Commercial Driver's License, with hazardous material endorsements is preferred.
- Defensive Driving Training prior to operating company vehicles
- Ability to work a "24 hour on call'' schedule.
- Must Complete Green Field Energy Services Core Training, to include but not limited to the following items:
- Drug and Alcohol Awareness
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Fall Protection
- Confined Space Awareness
- Hazardous Communication
- Accident prevention Signs and Tags
- Basic Crane Safety
- Respiratory Protection Program
- Hearing Conservation
- Portable Fire Extinguishers
- Electrical Safety
- Bloodborne Pathogens
- Forklift Training
- Client Specific (as required by client) when necessary
- Capable of lifting up to 50 pound on a frequent basis and 100 pounds on an occasional basis from floor to waist
- Lift up to 30 pounds on a frequent basis from waist to overhead
- Standing frequently up to 12 hours per day
- Walking occasionally up to 1 hour per day
- Sitting occasionally up to 4 hours per day
- Reaching at arm length
- Pushing/pulling up to 30 pounds
- Climbing up to 15 feet
- Grasping and use of hand tools. Operation of equipment controls.
- Pass all DOT physical requirements
- Able to wear Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus .(SCBA) in IDLH atmospheres
- Work environment is primarily outdoors
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