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Wireline OperatorsOn-site interviews Wed, Aug 2ndOklahoma City, OKNote: Only candidates with the legal right to work in the US without sponsorship will be considered for this role. Compensation: $15/hr without CDL. $16.50/hr with CDL. Schedule: 14 x 7. Rotating between days and nights Requirements: HS Diploma or GED + at least 1 yr previous Wireline Operator experience. CDL preferred. Job Summary: Assist in Wireline Operations in accordance with company policies & procedures. Attendance and successful completion of new employee saftey training, district orientation, driver training and Basic Operators School (BOS). Comply with all governmental regulations, industry standards & observes all health, safety, & environmental policies to reducce environmental impacts. Responsibilities:
“VEVRAA Federal Contractor. Priority referral of vets requested. An Equal Opportunity Employer: females, minorities, veterans, disabled and other protected groups.”
- Operates, under normal conditions, the winch unit for running in and out of the hole; “zeros” tools and monitors tension meter, cable speed, depth and spooling of cable; understands depth control and weight indicator systems; uses all winch cable safety controls.
- Prepares well for service operations, aligns logging unit, installs sheave wheel, threads cable, and connect multiple tools as required.
- Learns to select, load and unload required tools and corresponding surface instrumentation for the job.
- Learns to assist the Engineer in maintenance checks of tools and equipment in the cell.
- Participates in inspecting, maintaining and repairing primary tools, service units, and associated equipment according to internal program.
- Learns to service, maintain, and assist in marking cables.
- Learns to build bridles and heads.
- Identifies the surface instrumentation, tools, and associated equipment required to run each service in the district.
- Attends and participates in safety meetings as required.
- Keeps and maintains time sheets, and dangerous goods forms current and accurate.
- Keeps up to date on company requirements.
- Calibrates tools as required.
- Wear PPE at all times & observe health, safety, & environmental policies.
- Successfully complete required safety training (including but not limited to forklift, drugs, & alcohol, electrical, emergency response, fire, first aid, health & hygiene.
Must have a high school diploma or GED and have at least 1 year of Frac Hand or related experience. Class A CDL preferred. Additionally must be able to pass a criminal background check and a drug test administered at the hiring event upon receiving an offer.