Support well site Coiled Tubing operations. Operates a company owned heavy vehicle on a daily basis between work sites and operates coiled tubing equipment at the work site in order to provide elite customer service.
Duties & Responsibilities
Operates fluid pumps and associated equipment with supervision.
Operates nitrogen pumps and associated equipment with supervision.
Mobilizes equipment by driving coiled tubing units (preferred), pump trucks, N2 trucks, transports, or pickup trucks to the job location.
Conducts the pre-job and post-job inspections and testing of N2 units, fluid pumps and other ancillary equipment by completing pre and post job inspections.
Conducts the maintenance and general upkeep of the pumps and related equipment.
Maintains a safe work area or job site by following standard operating procedures.
Monitors, inspects and adjusts all major equipment during operations to ensure the equipment's adequate operation, such as adjusting pump and injection rates.
Trains operators and assistants in equipment operations and procedures.
Delegates certain job tasks during job operation.
Completes computer tasks such as: Pump Unit Job Reports, daily logs, pre- and post- job reports, JSA's and other documentation as required.
This position requires travel out of the area.
Experience is required for this position:
This position requires the employee to have completed a minimum of 1 year as a Ground Hand or Pump Operator. In addition, the employee must have completed all of the required "Skills" training for the equipment level before being eligible for advancement to this level.
High school diploma/G.E.D (preferred) or equivalent.
Knowledge of fluid pumps and associated equipment including proficiency in the proper start up of equipment, initiation of pumping, switching tanks, maintaining proper rate and pressure as per job requirements and/or procedures.
Knowledge of nitrogen unit operations including proficiency in proper start up, cool down of unit, initiation of pumping, transfer of liquid nitrogen between tanks, maintenance of flow rate and pressure as per job requirements and/or procedures.
Demonstrated proficiency in making appropriate adjustments to pumping equipment based on job conditions. Such changes may include adjustments relating to rate, temperature, or pressure during the job.
The ability to perform in field repair of equipment. These abilities would include re-packing fluid pumps, re-building chokes, and field dressing BOP's and packoffs.
Demonstrated proficiency in the ability to diagnose and troubleshoot equipment in the field. Abilities would include diagnosing downhole complications and troubleshooting surface equipment.
Valid Class A CDL required.
Must have the ability to work a "24 hour on call" rotating days on/days off schedule.
Mid-Atlantic Energy Services is family owned and operated out of Morgantown, WV. Our ownership and management have been in the energy and natural resource industries for over sixty years. We utilize two complete coil spreads to perform either coil work or standalone work with any of our pieces of equipment in Marcellus and Utica Shale fields.