Skills: Subsea Engineering
Experience: 4 + Years
Education: High School/Secondary
Employment Type: Full Time Salaried Employee
Location: Aberdeen, United Kingdom
Under general supervision, performs all phases of the rigging up/down of Subsea Safety Systems (SSS) service line equipment on work locations for the purpose of maintaining control of wellbore fluids and providing means for well intervention and interfacing during well testing operations, by the use of (but not limited to): Subsea Well Control equipment. Regularly works within other Testing and Subsea (TSS) product service lines on location and in the workshop. Routinely works in more than one type of well site (onshore/offshore) and base camp as assigned by Service Coordinator. Coordinates and oversees SSS service line functions at the well site and field camp. Provides the planning necessary for the job including equipment set up, well site direction, and customer-related support activities. Responsible for the activities relative to maintaining, setting up, testing, and operating equipment at the customer location and field camp. Provides basic customer reports. Mentors/trains lower level Service Operators in areas of expertise. May be designated to become an Assessor for junior SSS personnel. Monitors instruments/performs necessary calculations to assure quality of data/job. Consults with customers concerning services and products, promotes good customer relations at the well site, and assures customer satisfaction with results. Properly maintains assigned equipment and monitors compliance with safety regulations and procedures. Conducts pre-job toolbox safety meetings, reviews and verifies job plan with customer representative and manages any changes required. Checks and verifies equipment as per job plan, completes all job documentation to include: Job Ticket, Job History Report, CV Metrics/KPI, Job Log, Job Summary etc. Demonstrates understanding of down hole hydraulics, including basic job calculations, working knowledge of Blow Out Prevention (BOP) function and of basic reservoir - i.e., BHP, BHT, hydrocarbon characteristics. Job tasks, correctly performed, impact indirectly on cost containment, efficiency, profitability of operations. Skills typically acquired through completion of high school or similar education and 4 years of SSS experience. Must have successfully passed company tests or met task guideline requirements. Must meet the minimum competency requirements for the Service Operator II-SSS. Must be knowledgable in most aspects of SSS service line in the local area. Must be able to interpret Tool Engineering Drawings and interpret basic pressure/temperature vs. time plots. Must be able to pressure test equipment safely. Must have demonstrated knowledge of basic rig function including, but not limited to the following: a) Weight Indicator - What is it used for, and how it relates to our work;. b) Mud System - Weights of common well fluids - what effect they can have on our equipment; c) Limitations of mud pumps, pressure reading, strokes per/min - bbls/min.; and d) Basic rig manifold. Excellent leadership and communication skills are required. Must be able to use Correction, Prevention, and Improvement (CPI) System to document problems encountered or ideas for improvement. Good math and computer skills required. Good reading comprehension and writing skills required. Must be capable of understanding/navigating HMS, iLearn and Competency sites on HalWorld.
Halliburton is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, disability, genetic information, pregnancy, citizenship, marital status, sex/gender, sexual preference/ orientation, gender identity, age, veteran status, national origin, or any other status protected by law or regulation.
Howemoss Crescent, Aberdeen, Aberdeen, AB21 0GN, United Kingdom
Requisition Number: 168655
Experience Level: Entry-Level
Job Family: Operations
Product Service Line: Testing and Subsea
Full Time / Part Time: Full Time
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Compensation is competitive and commensurate with experience.
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