Company: Quality Production Management
Skills: Well Servicing & Testing, Production Operator, Crane Operator
Experience: 1 + Years
Education: High School/Secondary
Location: US

In order to apply for this position, applicants MUST meet the following criteria. If your resume does not match these criteria, you will not be able to apply for this position.

Authorized to work in: US



Reports directly to the Lead Production Operator but may work in a group of one or more operators where the main responsibilities are coordinated by the A Operator. Understanding the assigned field producing systems, the mechanical processes of operating equipment, the state and federal regulatory requirements and the standard operating procedures are essential for this position. Individual must be able to work under minimal supervision, identify tasks and independently initiate work. Must be knowledgeable of operating procedures and be able to troubleshoot production-related problems/issues.



  • Make rounds to ensure that all process equipment is in good operating condition
  • Monitor meters, pressure gauges, rates, variations, temperatures, and pressures to ensure proper operation
  • Record instrument readings and operational changes in operating logs
  • Collect, record, and maintain data to fulfill State, Federal and company requirements
  • Take samples of gases and liquids
  • Clean, lubricate, maintain, and adjust equipment
  • Maintain parts and tool inventory
  • Actively participate in the Safety Management Systems, Safety Meetings, job planning, JSA development, job permitting, emergency drills, and training according to company and customer requirements
  • Promote and conduct good housekeeping in all areas of the facility
  • Attend all safety meetings and emergency drills as required
  • Other various duties as assigned by supervisor



  • Open & close wells
  • Operate a variety of surface production equipment, compressors, pumps, generators, PLC and pneumatic control panels
  • Monitor, operate and maintain well(s) and equipment in a safe and environmentally positive manner
  • Perform well tests, flowbacks, take shakeouts, and change orifice plates
  • Perform testing & inspection of safety systems & equipment as required by law and customer policy
  • Assist in completing all required paperwork
  • Conduct chemical tests to determine the correct chemical treatment, set chemical rates, make repairs to pumps, and send samples to laboratories for analysis when needed
  • Respond to problems by adjusting control room equipment, and/or follow the instructions from your supervisor with using good judgement and good communication
  • Assist routine well servicing operations and minor maintenance/construction projects
  • Perform all duties in manner consistent with environmental, health and safety policies



  • Knowledge of basic mathematics and how to apply it to every day work duties.



  • Understand Process Flow Diagrams, Safe Charts, EPA, NPDES, and BOEM Monthly requirements in addition to API RP T-2 Requirements
  • Familiar with pertinent State & Federal regulations
  • Possesses a working knowledge of chemical additives, wellhead, and downhole equipment, and artificial life methods
  • Familiar with safety policies and procedures
  • Knowledge of machines and tools including their design, use, repair, and maintenance



  • Collect, record, and maintain data to comply with State, Federal, QPM and Client's regulations
  • Operate basic computer programs including but not limited to: Microsoft Word and Excel
  • Understand customer needs and assume responsibility for customer satisfaction



  • Ability to work in groups/teams of individuals
  • Ability to work under minimal supervision
  • Ability to handle basic mechanical tools
  • Ability to work in all types of environments hot, cold, dust, indoors, and outdoors
  • Ability to perform emergency duties as per designation on the Station Bill
  • Ability to use a swing rope to board platforms.


  • Capable of keeping a producing facility on line after receiving site specific training
  • Capable of bringing a production facility on line and troubleshooting operational problems


  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • C-Operator must have at least 1+ years of productions experience or equivalent training and or oilfield experience
  • B-Operators must have 3+ years of experience as an operator in the Oil & Gas production industry
  • Flexibility to work 12 hours per day plus overtime as needed, work a 7&7 or 14&14 rotational schedule, stand-by, rotating on-call while offshore, and holidays when required
  • Must have valid driver's license and respective driving record if the position requires the operations of a company/customer's vehicle for work purposes
  • Must pass a Drug Screen, Physical, and Background/Pre-Employment Screening Checks.



  • T-2 Certified as per Quality Production Management's Subpart "O" Training Plan
  • Certified in Crane/Rigger Operations as required by API RP 2D (must have valid certificate during contract period)
  • Trained in Medic First Aid/CPR, Water Survival/HUET, Fire Fighting, OSHA, & Safe Gulf
  • Trained in Environmental rules and regulations pertaining to oil & gas production
  • Trained in pertinent State and Federal regulations.




Position requires frequent travel aboard helicopters and/or boats in the Gulf of Mexico. Physical demands of this position include: frequent heavy lifting (to 50lbs), frequent climbing, standing, stooping and/or bending, two-handed simultaneous operations, and good hand-eye coordination. Environmental demands include: outside operations aboard oil and gas platforms in the Gulf of Mexico with exposure to rain, sleet, snow, wind, humidity, cold and heat. While performing the duties of this position, the employee is regularly required to walk, stand, lift, push, pull, use hands and fingers, grip, handle or feel reach with hands and arms climb or balance stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl talk and hear. Must be able to stand and walk for long periods of time.