The Bergaila Companies

  • Workover Rig Supervisor

    Posted Date 2 days ago(1/17/2019 5:02 PM)
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  • Overview

    We are currently seeking a Workover Rig Supervisor for a prominent E&P based company in Minot, ND. A global Operator, our client specializes in the exploration and production of crude oil and natural gas.


    The Workover Rig Supervisor will be responsible for:


    • On-site supervising for workover rig operations. As the Client representative on-site business must be conducted with integrity and respect for people and environment.
    • High commitment to Safety culture and has the ability to coach/lead safety related topics and discussions with rig crews and associated personnel.
    • Heavy involvement with the use and compliance of Standard Work Instructions as they pertain to individual tasks within the job the workover rig is executing.
    • Being directly accountable for SWI use and compliance for work on Client wells.
    • Being the on site leader and coordinator of how work is to be performed and when to communicate issues or areas of concern.
    • Being the leader and coach that align with Client values and safety rules to crewmembers, toolpusher and any other on site personnel.
    • Wellview reporting and cost control pertaining to the job.


    • High school diploma or equivalent required
    • Well control certificate (Current)
    • High level of workover rig experience – 5+ years
    • Field production experience
    • Communication Skills
    • Intermediate level of computer skills for wellview reporting and cost control.
    • Ability to work effectively with minimum supervision in a diverse, multidiscipline team environment
    • Need to be able to handle issues in the field and escalate up through chain of command when needed.
    • Need to be knowledgeable in client policies, SWI’s, Safety rules


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