Min $19.57/hr Max $23.93/hr
Bonus Target 10%
Multiple opportunities available.
A brief description summarizing the overall purpose and objectives of the position and the results the worker is expected to accomplish.
Contribute to the overall production goals by performing construction and maintenance duties on wells and surrounding grounds. The Field Compliance Technician will also heavily focus efforts to reduce costs with emissions compliance.
The tasks, duties, and responsibilities of the position that are most important to get the job done.
- Complete ECD Site Inspections to ensure flare efficiency through flare and tank seal maintenance and initiate any manufacturer required repairs;
- Perform hydro-testing in strategic areas and uses consistent method for early detection of failures;
- Assemble and repair oil field machinery and equipment;
- Provide assistance to pumpers, as needed;
- Develop, document, and implement quality control procedures for construction projects;
- Maintain roustabout truck to safely and effectively perform construction and maintenance tasks;
- Assist Roustabout Foreman in keeping invoices and CDL logs current on a daily basis;
- Effectively clean up all spills to ensure safe work area;
- Abide by all PDC safe work procedures and state and federal regulations;
- Walk flow lines to locate leaks;
- Must be able to move items weighing up to sixty (60) pounds to a height of forty (40) inches to service various components of equipment on well sites;
- Must be able to ascend/descend a ladder and utilize stairs to work at heights up to five (5) feet to service equipment on well sites;
- Must be able to traverse uneven terrain to access well sites;
- Demonstrate commitment to safety and environmental compliance in all job aspects.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES
The specific minimum competencies required for job performance.
- Knowledge of machines and tools commonly used in the oil & gas industry;
- Possess physical strength needed to perform construction & maintenance duties;
- Basic math knowledge used in common calculations;
- Must be a self-starter;
- Possess the ability to work independently with minimal supervision;
- Must possess the ability to safely operate all vehicles involved in roustabout work.
CAREER PROGRESSION ATTRIBUTES
The specific minimum attributes required at the designated Career Progression classification.
Field Operations Specialist 1
- Competency – Willingly asks questions and seeks direction from supervision. Shows enthusiasm for learning and represents self professionally. Understands and meets quality standards.
- Responsibility – Duties and tasks are routine, standard and repetitive. Follows existing policies, practices, and procedures while adhering to company safety precautions by taking guidance from supervision.
- Problem Solving – Refers questions and problems to higher levels. Objectives and tasking are set by supervisor. Applies basic skills and appropriate procedures within assigned area.
- Teaming – Works under direct supervision and follows detailed instructions. Reports any deviations from routine procedure to lead / supervisor. Shows initiative by actively seeking advanced knowledge.
The scope of the person’s authority, including a list of jobs that report to the incumbent.
- There are no initial supervisory aspects associated with this position.
The environment in which the job is performed, especially any unique conditions outside a normal office environment.
- Work is 95% outside environment.
The minimum level of education, experience, and certifications required to perform the job.
- Developing incumbent with limited job-related experience and developing position specific skills;
- High School graduate of GED equivalent;
- Valid driver’s license with drivers record acceptable to insurance carriers by PDC;
- Ability to pass a pre-employment drug screening and background investigation;
- Ability to pass a pre-employment physical ability test.