Weatherford supports the sustainable development and production of oil and gas resources, wherever they exist, to ensure the world’s current and future energy needs can be met safely, efficiently and economically.
A Pipe Recovery Specialist maintains a high standard of efficiency and safety in the performance of basic pipe recovery operations. He/She will perform pipe recovery operations on drilling rigs and work over rigs, and use specific explosives and a variety of logging tools, e.g., free point tool, stuck pipe tool, noise temperature tool, etc.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Conducts the operation of a service unit to maintain a high standard of efficiency in the performance of basic pipe recovery operations
Maintains intimate knowledge of the latest technological changes and operating procedures relative to company equipment, tools, and practices to ensure maximum operating efficiency with a minimum of lost time
Interprets job results for customer personnel and recommends service best suited to customer needs. Must have proficient knowledge of well conditions
Maintains assigned equipment and facilities in a neat, workable condition
Promptly and accurately submits all required data, reports, job tickets, and summaries
Must be able to pre load a job with no supervision
Supervise the rig up and rig down of Wireline equipment; keep all Wireline equipment cleaned and maintained; and supervise the repair and maintenance of the same
Must be available to perform duties on short notice, day or night, as well as be available on a 24-hour call basis to respond to needs
Directs all activities of an assigned crew
Trains and develops assigned field crews by on-the-job training to maintain a high degree of field crew efficiency and to prepare personnel for advancement
Correct obvious hazards or unsafe conditions and report those which cannot be immediately corrected to the District Manager
Assignments must be carried out to the highest quality level
Perform various other duties assigned by supervisor within the physical constraints of the job
Proficient in running and interpreting free point tool
Able to back off casing, drill pipe tubing, and wash pipe
Must be able to select the proper size string shot and put the correct amount of torque in the pipe
Proficient in use of split shot, severance tools, and undersized tools
Experience operating pipe and casing cutters, both chemical and jet
Ability to calculate hydrostatic pressure, gradient temperature, and buoyancy
Know what actions to take in an under balanced and over balanced situation
Understand actions taken in different sticking situations, e.g., key seated, differential, under gauge hole, and mud stuck mechanical
Knowledge of working top drive rigs
Know how to repair and maintain associated equipment, i.e., swivels, valves, etc.
Minimum 5 years Pipe Recovery experience; 8 years oilfield is required
Clean driving record and background is necessary; no felonies
Written and oral communication skills
Maintain neat and accurate paperwork
Must have a general knowledge of electricity
General computer skills
The physical ability to immediately respond to emergency situations.
Long work hours
Outdoor environment subject to temperature and weather change
Exposure to explosives, high pressure bore environments, and ionizing radiation
POSITION SPECIFIC DETAILS
Weatherford offers competitive compensation and benefits upon hire; including paid vacation to start, matching 401K program, comprehensive benefits program, and employee stock purchase program (ESPP) and opportunities for on-going training and career development. VEVRAA Federal Contractor - Priority Referral Requested
Weatherford is an Equal Opportunity Employer Females/ Minorities/ Veterans/Disabled and gives consideration for employment to qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.