Company: Baker Hughes
Skills: Machinist, Mechanical Technician
Experience: 2 + Years
Education: High School/Secondary
Employment Type: Full Time Salaried Employee
Location: Houston, Texas, United States
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Role Summary:

Baker Hughes has an opening for a Drill Machinist / Assembler for 2nd Shift supporting Completions and Wellbore Intervention at the Emmott Road facility in Houston, TX. In this role you will assemble Sand Control Screens tools and operate the drill machine. You will be responsible to support the team's goals of safety, quality, and delivery.

Essential Responsibilities:


  • Assemble components per engineering drawings, bill of material, and instructions
  • Operate the drill machine per engineering drawings including starting and observing machine operation to detect malfunctions or out-of-tolerance machining, and adjust machine controls as required
  • Read and comprehend safety rules, engineering drawings, quality procedures, and any other operation instructions given





  • High School Diploma or GED
  • 2+ years of manufacturing experience.
  • Strong mechanical or machining background.
  • Ability to operate computers and machines with digital controls or outputs
  • Ability to operate cranes and other material moving equipment
  • Knowledge of machines, hand tools and power tools
  • Read and interpret engineering drawings and instructions
  • Previous experience in assembly or machining
  • Strong attention to detail or accuracy
  • Team-oriented and self-motivated
  • Flexible - willing to learn new skills and support with whatever task is needed
  • Must be able to work 2nd Shift from 2pm to 10pm and overtime as projects need.
  • Must be authorized to work in the US without sponsorship.


Desired Characteristics:



  • Drill machine experience a plus
  • PLC experience
  • SAP experience
  • Knowledge of Sand Control Screens



9100 Emmott Rd Houston, Texas 77040


This is your opportunity to learn more, do more, live the career you have imagined and be part of a truly diverse organization.