ES Specialist

  • Regions
  • Country United States
  • City Midland
  • Type of Employment Contract
  • Job number WTSBD22361

About the job

Hours: 6:00 AM - 6:00 PM
 
General Drilling Concepts
• Knowledgeable regarding drilling rig types, rig components, rig component functions, drilling operations (i.e. drilling, tripping pipe, running casing, cementing, completions, etc.) and the drilling fluids circulation system
• Able to demonstrate an understanding of the drilling fluid system (i.e. drilling mud, it’s components, and each components function), the impact of low gravity solids (LGS), and primary techniques and systems used for drilling waste management
Electrical
• Adheres to Electrical Safety Guidelines & Lock Out/ Tag Out procedures
• Able to explain proper grounding techniques (Offshore & Land operations as applicable) and the risks associated with wiring motors for high and low voltage for electrical equipment
• Able to assist with basic troubleshooting of electrical circuitry in order to maintain equipment in operational condition
The Environmental Services (ES) Specialist (Level 2) must achieve an intermediate level of knowledge in order to support the safe and efficient operation of ES Drilling & Waste Management equipment required at the wellsite. An intermediate level of knowledge requires the employee to effectively demonstrate their ability to properly install and maintain the equipment without supervision, as well as how to make appropriate settings adjustments that will optimize the operation of the equipment in response to dynamic drilling conditions. At this level a more in depth understanding of how drilling fluids and waste management systems influence each other is required.

 

Requirements

• Knowledgeable regarding drilling rig types, rig components, rig component functions, drilling operations (i.e. drilling, tripping pipe, running casing, cementing, completions, etc.) and the drilling fluids circulation system
• Able to demonstrate an understanding of the drilling fluid system (i.e. drilling mud, it’s components, and each components function), the impact of low gravity solids (LGS), and primary techniques and systems used for drilling waste management
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