Company: Island Operating
Skills: Production Operator
Experience: 7 + Years
Education: High School/Secondary
Salary: DOE
Location: Abbeville, Louisiana, United States

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


Job Duties:
The ability to perform daily functions to ensure safe practices and environment which are compliant with governmental agencies.
The ability to test, calibrate, maintain and inspect equipment with limited supervision.
Maintain customer and government agencies required paperwork, maintenance records, production reports, platform testing records, manifests, etc
Can operate and maintain most rotating equipment such as compressors, generators, platform cranes, pumps, winches, etc. in accordance with the manufacturer's recommendations with little supervision.
Monitor control panels, shutdown devices, liquid levels, flow rates, temperatures, etc. to keep them within the designed operating ranges.
May be required to travel to worksite via marine or helicopter transport.
The ability to calculate chemical treating rates and adjust according to recommendations.
Verify emergency equipment & systems are in good operating condition.
Promote good housekeeping practices on platform.


Competencies:
Must have knowledge of basic computer programs such as Excel, Word, etc
Experience with pneumatic panels and devices.
Experience with Diesel & Natural Gas Generators / High & Low Speed Compressors along with other rotating equipment.
Glycol Dehydration Systems & Draft Burner Units
Experience with 3 Phase Separation, Heat Treaters, Skimmers, Sumps, Flotation Cells and other production equipment.
Organization skills to maintain platform
Excellent Interpersonal Communications skills in a team environment
Safety Oriented

 

Qualifications:
Minimum of 7 years Offshore Oil & Gas production experience

 

Driven by Safety, Guided by Compliance, Focused on Production.

 

Improving efficiency and reducing costs, all while meeting safety requirements, is the challenge faced by every operator in the oil and gas industry. It’s a challenge, though, that Island Operating Company has been accepting and exceeding for over a decade.