Wireline Field Operator Reports To: Wireline Engineer
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Build and assemble required gun and setting tool components at the well site carefully and without error
- Assist crew members and engineer on site to conduct wireline operations safely and efficiently
- Keep track of and perform maintenance on equipment and tools in the field
- Observe fellow crew members, communicate potential hazards, corrective actions and safe workpractices
Skills and Knowledge:
- Ability to follow instructions and directions
- Must be proficient with written and verbal communication
- Must work well with others and understand the importance of/adhere to working as a team
- Prefer at least 1 year oilfield experience•Physical ability to lift heavy equipment and guns (shooting 14+ stages per 24 hours)•Good standing with DISA (drug and alcohol testing program) required•Class A or B CDL w/ hazmat required (will give you 60 days to get one if you don't have one already)•Clear driving record the past 3-5 years AND have the ability to be insured (see below)•Must be in good standing with the ATF and have the ability to pass a background check•Complete all Noble Casing, Inc. and industry specific training•Remain up-to-date on all required training and re-certifications•Must use proper PPE at all times•Ability to work in extreme weather conditions
- Sedentary Work
- Light Duty
- Lifting of 20 pounds maximum with possibility of frequent lifting and, or carrying of objects weighing up to 10 pounds
- Medium Duty
- Lifting of 50 pounds maximum with possibility of frequent lifting and, or carrying of objects weighing up to 25 pounds
- Heavy Work This one
- Lifting of 100 pounds maximum with possibility of frequent lifting and, or carrying of objects weighing up to 50 pounds or more
This is our preferred guideline for insured drivers. Individual exceptions may be considered to some degree.
Requiring Driver Exclusions:
- One or more Type A Violation(s) in a 60 month period
- Two or more Type B Violation(s) in a 36 month period
- Three or more Type C Violation(s) in a 36 month period
- One Type B and two Type C Violations in a 36 month period
Type of Violations Defined:
- Type A: Includes but not limited to, DWI, DUI, OUI, refusing a substance test and charges of reckless
driving, manslaughter, hit & run, eluding police, any felony, drag racing, having or driving with
a suspended license.
- Type B: Includes all vehicle accidents regardless of fault.
- Type C: Includes all moving violations not in Types A or B such as; speeding, improper lane change,
failure to yield, running stop lights or signs.
- Type D: Included non-moving violations such as illegal parking, equipment violations, obstructing
traffic, failure to display registration or driver's license.