The Bergaila Companies

  • Service Operator I-Coiled Tubing – 8771

    Posted Date 23 hours ago(8/22/2019 5:06 PM)
    Job ID
    2019-5851
    Location : City
    Bakersfield
    Location : State/Province
    CA
  • Overview

    We are currently seeking a Service Operator - Coiled Tubing for a contract opportunity in Bakersfield, CA. Our client offers oilfield services and products worldwide, making it one of the largest oil field service companies, with operations in over 70 countries.

    Responsibilities

    The Service Operator - Coiled Tubing will be responsible for:

     

    - Promotes excellent Customer relations at the worksite.

    - Promotes improvements and best practices for the delivery of services for PSL.

    - Ensures compliance for HMS and HSE standards and guidelines.

    - Responsible for maintaining mobile crane certification for each type of crane operated.

    - Demonstrates ability to perform equipment function checks when preparing for a job.

    - Holds Pre & Post Job safety meetings from time-to-time defining risks to personnel and the environment.

    - Adheres to Customer's and Company's safety practices and policies.

    - Working with support functions ensures that a high level of equipment operating efficiency and readiness for the PSL is achieved.

    - Utilizes real-time data under dynamic job conditions communicating results to appropriate personnel on location.

    - Rigs down equipment to return to facilities.

    - Utilizes competency processes to enhance skills development and job performance.

    - Performs pre/post Coiled Tubing equipment inspections.

    - Operates HP fluid pump and coiled tubing support equipment.

    Qualifications

    - High School Diploma or GED

    - 6+ Months experience as an Operator Assistant I

    - Ability to operate HydraRig coiled tubing units

    - Valid Drivers license  

    - CDL is required.

    - Crane license is preferred.

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