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Wireline Tool Technician - Houma

Wireline Tool Technician - Houma

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Company Name: TETRA Technologies, Inc. Location: Houma, LA, United States Education Experience: High School Diploma/GED Desired Employment Experience: Entry Level (1-3 Years) Required Travel: Up to 50% Classification Type: Permanent Classification Time: Full-time 1.0 SUMMARY OF RESPONSIBILITIES The Tool Repair Technician I, II, and III will perform manual labor tasks in assisting a crew supervisor in conducting wireline operations and field support. This includes, but is not limited to, efficiently rigging at wellsite locations and shop facilities, carrying equipment, preparing and handling explosive devices under the immediate supervision of licensed personnel, driving trucks and the operation of cranes and/or forklifts. Essential job duties include: Supports, complies with, and participates in HSE Program. Under the supervision of experienced E-Line Specialist/Combo Specialist, displays competency in wireline operating techniques, wireline equipment identification and maintenance, rigging, pressure control operations and pressure control safety. Attends internal and external training seminars to acquire basic knowledge of OSHA and Company safety programs and policies. Becomes familiar with field job requirements, TETRA Organization, and oil field environment terminology, including drilling, completion, workover, electric wireline and/or slickline. Assists Supervisors in assembling, preparing, checking and loading equipment for a scheduled job. Assists Supervisors and/or co-workers in arranging a service unit, unloading equipment, assembling, preparing, rebuilding, maintaining, and rigging at shop facilities or wellsite. Receives training regarding the operation of the hoist to maintain, inspect, troubleshoot and/or repair equipment to guide subsurface tool in and out of the wellbore under supervision. Familiar with correct procedures, and performs basic routine equipment maintenance in preparation for incoming and outgoing jobs. Cleans and checks service unit, tools and equipment. Works on-call 24 hours per day at the discretion of management, to be available on short notice for preforming work duties as assigned. Works during scheduled normal business hours at the discretion of management. Studies for promotion to next competency level and progresses within the business unit. Maintains the confidentiality of client data and TETRA information. Observes safe working practices in conformance to explosive safety rules and regulations. Complies with Company safety policies and procedures. Corrects obvious hazards immediately or reports to supervisor if not immediately correctable. Acts to develop TETRA services in becoming \\\"Best-in-Class\\\" service provider by working to ensure seamless operations as viewed by the customer. Reads, understands, and abides by the division Standard Operating Guidelines and policies. Supports and participates in the organization's Continual Improvement Program to conform to ISO 9001 requirements by complying with Quality Policies and Procedures and meeting Quality Objectives. Performs other duties as assigned. 2.0 EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, AND LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS High School Diploma and one to two years of related experience or training, or equivalent combination of education and work experience Possess and maintain a valid driver's license 3.0 KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS To perform this job successfully, an individual must satisfactorily demonstrate the following: Read and interpret documents such as rules, operating and maintenance manuals, and procedure manuals. Add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure by whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Compute rate, ratio, and percent. Draw and interpret graphs. Apply general knowledge to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form Solve practical problems and process a variety of concrete variables in standardized situations. Able to adapt to unique working conditions that consist of long irregular hours and changes in location of work assignments. Define problems, collect and document data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions. * ALL COMPETENCLY LEVELS TO BE DETERMINED AND/OR QUANTIFIED BY MANAGEMENT* 3.1 TOOL REPAIR TECNICIAN I Ability to work under supervision on surface and downhole equipment. Assist supervisors and/or crewmembers in downloading, rebuilding, redressing, repairing, and maintaining wireline equipment going to and retuning from wellsite campaigns. Assist in a general role with the servicing, troubleshooting, and repair of wireline equipment. Under supervision, load and prepare workboxes and supply baskets with supplies and job specific tools and components. Inspect and affix rigging to lifts. Operate basic hand and power tools such as buffers, grinders, and power drills. Study for promotion to next competency level. 3.2 TOOL REPAIR TECNICIAN II Possess all skills listed in previous competency level. Possess a general knowledge of electrical behavior and mechanical systems. Rebuild, redress, and troubleshoot wireline downhole contact subs, weight bars, and surface mechanical and pressure control equipment. Ability to service, inspect, and redress #20 Setting Tools. Create required requisitions to purchase materials and kits needed to service and maintain equipment. Assist Mechanic in troubleshooting, repair, and testing of wireline surface and downhole equipment. Maintain records of required documents, data, and testing certifications. Complete checklist as required by the TETRA QMS. Basic understanding of wellbore diagrams, project procedures, and electrical/mechanical drawings and schematics. Under instruction, procure orders with vendors to acquire materials required for job specific procedures. Possess a basic knowledge of pressure control and pressure behavior. Maintain, inspect, and repair/rebuild depth measuring equipment. Basic knowledge of electrical testing meters concerning insulation and continuity of contact equipment. Study for promotion to next competency level. 3.3 TOOL REPAIR TEHNICAIN III Possess all skills listed in the aforementioned competency levels. Possess a strong working knowledge of electrical terminology and behavior such as insulation, resistance, continuity, and capacitance. Under limited or no supervision, possess the ability to inspect, troubleshoot, repair, rebuild, test, and maintain wireline surface and contact equipment. Identify casing and tubing tools and plugs/retainers using well procedures, charts and diagrams. Working knowledge of mechanical, hydraulic, and electrical systems. Install, fabricate, and operate all components of a standard wireline spread. Strong skillset pertaining to the use and interpretation of electrical testing meters such as the blasters multimeter, megohmmeter, and Simpson meter. Testing and replacing Zener Diodes in Casing Collar Locators (CCL) Testing and metering of the service units electrical systems Testing and metering of the service units hydraulic systems such as the pump, transmission, Barksdale, and AA valves. Testing and gauging of the service units mechanical systems such as chains, shafts, bearings, etc. Maintain E-line and Slickline quality records. Troubleshoot issues such as shorts and compromised ductility properties. Troubleshoot and repair systems on locations and wellsites where required. Provide field support as required. Possess, acquire, and maintain certifications required by TETRA and respective clientele. Study to maintain competency level and further proficiency within the organization. 4.0 PHYSICAL DEMANDS The following physical demands are representative of those that an employee must meet to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. The position requires full body motion including: Standing, walking, sitting, reaching, stooping, keeling, and climbing Lifting weight up to 50 lbs. without assistance and 100 lbs. with assistance 5.0 WORK ENVIORMENT The work environment includes: Offshore travel Roadway travel Significant time in wet or humid conditions Work near moving mechanical parts Vibration Loud noise Work in high and precarious places Outdoor weather conditions Risk of electrical shock Risk of stored or trapped pressure About TETRA: TETRA Technologies, Inc. is a geographically diversified oil and gas services company, focused on completion fluids and associated products and services, water management, after-frac flow back, production well testing, offshore rig cooling, compression services and equipment, and selected offshore services including well plugging and abandonment, decommissioning, and diving. Headquartered in The Woodlands, Texas, TETRA(R) is a global company with employees and operations on six continents. We were incorporated in Delaware on February 6, 1981 and trade on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) under the ticker symbol TTI. Our indirect, wholly owned subsidiary Compressco Partners, LP trades on the NASDAQ under the ticker symbol CCLP. TETRA Technologies, Inc. is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer.Posted by StartWire


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