Company: Tiger Safety
Skills: Mud Engineer / Drilling Fluids, Well Servicing & Testing
Experience: 1 + Years
Education: High School/Secondary
Location: Morgan City, Louisiana, United States
No location/work authorization restrictions found.


Responsibilities

  • Provides onsite services to the operator for Environmental Services (Solids Control) equipment.
  • Advise customer representatives on product application and installation.
  • Maintain surveillance of competitors' activities.
  • Prepare operational and technical reports for customers.
  • Determine operation parameters - Inspect, test, service and repair equipment to ensure working working condition.
  • Assemble and install equipment for operation.
  • Monitor, operate, and control equipment.
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Manage spare parts and equipment inventory.

  • Document operations for future use and traceability purposes through daily reporting procedures common to the area.
  • Converse with operator and contractor personnel about routine operating procedures and service related to equipment operation.
  • Prepare equipment maintenance reports. • Evaluate equipment installation to determine if equipment has been misapplied.
  • Troubleshoot equipment malfunctions to complete equipment repairs.
  • Gather operating information to make necessary changes to optimize equipment performance.

Only candidates with the legal right to work in the US without sponsorship will be considered for this role.

Compensation: $18-22/hr, DOE

Schedule: 14x7, 12+ hours daily

Requirements

  • Previous Solids Control and Offshore experience.
  • MUST HAVE TWIC Card
  • HS Diploma or GED required
 
 


OSHA Certification Preferred

Job Summary: The Environmental Solutions (ES) Specialist (Solids Control Specialist) must achieve an intermediate to advanced level of knowledge, and is directly responsible for safely and efficiently managing the operation of ES Drilling & Waste Management equipment required at the wellsite. At this level, the employee has an in-depth understanding of how drilling fluids and waste management systems influence each other, and the employee is capable of performing advanced troubleshooting and extraordinary maintenance on ES Technologies.