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All Open Jobs

Job Id Apply Link Job Location Department Hiring Manager
2017-1197Shop TechnicianUS-TX-VictoriaShopSean Syma
2017-1159Shop TechnicianUS-TX-WickettShopSergio Lujan
2017-1180Hydraulic OperatorUS-TX-MidlandHydraulicsJoseph Gallimore
2017-1152Shop ForemanUS-TX-WickettShopSergio Lujan
2016-1016Shop TechnicianUS-TX-MidlandShopSergio Lujan
2017-1188MechanicUS-TX-MidlandShopSergio Lujan
2017-1163DispatcherUS-TX-MidlandOperationsLewis Snodgrass
2017-1134Rig Up CrewUS-TX-MidlandWell TestingSergio Lujan
2017-1160Well Testing OperatorUS-TX-MidlandWell TestingLewis Snodgrass
2017-1172Service TechnicianUS-LA-SibleyTechniciansKayne Frye
2017-1170Rig Up CrewUS-TX-PleasantonWell TestingRichard Dyson
2017-1139Shop TechnicianUS-CO-GreeleyShopShawn Striebeck
2017-1162Well Testing OperatorUS-CO-GreeleyWell TestingNicholas Collins
2017-1164Production OperatorUS-CO-GreeleyProductionShaun Fallon
2017-1166Well Testing OperatorUS-LA-SibleyWell TestingKayne Frye
2017-1167Well Testing OperatorUS-TX-PleasantonWell TestingRichard Dyson
2017-1174Shop SupervisorUS-TX-MidlandShopSergio Lujan
2017-1142Valve TechnicianUS-LA-SibleyOperationsKayne Frye
2017-1126Well Testing Operator II - WYUS-WY-CasperWell TestingChawn Duncan
2017-1130Well Testing Operator III - WYUS-WY-CasperWell TestingChawn Duncan
2017-1161Well Testing OperatorUS-WY-CasperWell TestingMark-Lee Curtis
2016-1018Billing Administrator 1US-TX-Sugar LandAccounting/FinanceKirby Lawson
2017-1122Well Testing Operator I - WYUS-WY-CasperWell TestingChawn Duncan
2017-1145Administration AssistantUS-CO-GreeleyAdministrative/ClericalCheryl Costinett
2017-1169CDL DriverUS-TX-PleasantonOperationsRichard Dyson
2017-1176Rig Up SupervisorUS-LA-SibleyOperationsKayne Frye
2017-1178Hydraulic OperatorUS-TX-PleasantonHydraulicsJordon Williams
2018-1211Business AnalystUS-TX-MidlandAccounting/FinanceKevin Rock
2018-1217DispatcherUS-TX-MidlandProductionKevin Rock
2018-1230CDL DriverUS-LA-SibleyOperationsKayne Frye
2018-1243Shop TechnicianUS-TX-PleasantonShopRichard Dyson
2018-1253Business DevelopmentUS-LA-SibleyBusiness DevelopmentKevin Rock
2018-1271Well Testing OperatorUS-NM-HobbsOperationsMichael Greenough
2018-1272Shop HandUS-NM-HobbsOperationsMichael Greenough
2018-1273CDL DriverUS-NM-HobbsOperationsMichael Greenough
2018-1274Flowback OperatorUS-NM-HobbsOperationsMichael Greenough
2018-1281Plant OperatorUS-CO-GreeleyOperationsJessica Lebsack
2018-1284Level 1 IT TechnicianUS-TX-MidlandInformation TechnologyAndrew Sikes
2018-1285Level 1 IT TechnicianUS-CO-GreeleyInformation TechnologyAndrew Sikes
2018-1292Rig Up CrewUS-NM-HobbsOperationsMichael Greenough
2018-1293Valve TechnicianUS-NM-HobbsOperationsMichael Greenough
2018-1294Contract Lease Operator / Contract PumperUS-CO-GreeleyProductionShaun Fallon
2018-1295Contract Lease Operator / Contract PumperUS-WY-CasperProductionMark-Lee Curtis
2018-1297Well Testing Op 1US-ND-Bakken BasinWell TestingBrian Inches
2018-1298Well Testing Op 11US-ND-Bakken BasinWell TestingBrian Inches
2018-1299Well Testing Op 111US-ND-Bakken BasinWell TestingBrian Inches
2018-1302Production Operator IUS-WY-CasperProductionShaun Fallon
2018-1303Production Operator IIUS-WY-CasperProductionChawn Duncan
2018-1305Hydraulic Shop TechnicianUS-TX-PleasantonHydraulicsJordon Williams
2018-1307Safety CoordinatorUS-LA-SibleySafetyThomas Woodruff

Permian Basin Open Positions

Permian Basin Office

Job ID: 2017-1180

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Hiring Manager: Joseph Gallimore
Division: Hydraulics
Office: us-tx-midland
For Information Contact:
Brian Bell
[email protected]
(832) 372-1005

Overview

Expert manifold, plug catcher, SKO, Line Heater, and separator operator

Expert at identifying and correcting problems on site (including maintenance)Expert communicator, serving the company men, subordinates, and managementCan effectively instruct, meet or exceed their expectations and knowledge baseCapable of supporting multiple job sites simultaneouslyProficient with job site logistics (plans, prepares, and communicates proper site layout, ensuring all necessary tools and equipment are available on the first trip out)Current Well Control training certification and experience.

Responsibilities

On-time for pickup and locationReady to work (PPE and additional clothing for weather, water, food)Team player (willing and effective at receiving guidance and feedback)Properly and consistently complete and update a JSA as the situation changesIdentify and serve key company menCommunicate and annotate detailed shift changesReport timely data to Covenant Supervisors & Management (near misses / good catches, daily field status reporting, etc.)Report daily hours in ADP by 0700Keeps location organized and clean of debris, trash, and obstructions

Qualifications

Proactive attitude (seeks opportunity to learn and ways to improve)Must pass and maintain a client required random drug testsHave a background investigationCleared to operate a company vehicleAble to lift 50-100lbs and work long hours in extreme conditionsHave a professional appearance

Job ID: 2016-1016

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Hiring Manager: Sergio Lujan
Division: Shop
Office: us-tx-midland
For Information Contact:
Brian Bell
[email protected]
(832) 372-1005

Responsibilities

Shop Technician Expectations:

  • Interface with field personnel and perform hands-on workshop and / or on-site valve troubleshooting / assessment, maintenance, testing (pre / post), and / or repair of valves, actuators, and other equipment.
  • Perform pressure testing utilizing certified test equipment and complete all QA / QC documentation as required by the QHSE program (if skilled).
  • Perform hands-on workshop and / or on-site disassembly, inspection, reporting, cleaning, and reassembly of valves and actuators and other equipment.  Machine material and / or parts with various machining equipment.
  • Ensure work and used materials are in compliance with manufacturer specifications.
  • Read and interpret schematics for assembly, repair, and reassembly as required including completion of applicable quality documentation in either paper or electronic form.
  • Perform failure assessments and make recommendations to the on-site supervisor as required.
  • Perform day-to-day and routine safety observations and inspections

Job ID: 2017-1188

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Hiring Manager: Sergio Lujan
Division: Shop
Office: us-tx-midland
For Information Contact:
Brian Bell
[email protected]
(832) 372-1005

Overview

The Mechanic safety repairs, maintains and installs oil field machinery and equipment, using hand tools and following oral and written work orders. Installs and repairs equipment at sites, observe operations and readjust components as necessary. Plans and performs scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, troubleshoots and test mechanical & electronic equipment according to company policy.

Responsibilities

  • Ensures operation of machinery and mechanical equipment by completing P/M requirements on engines, motors, pneumatic equipment, conveyor systems and production equipment.
  • Reading schematics and following diagrams, sketches, operation manuals, manufacturer’s instructions and engineering specifications.
  • Removes defective parts by dismantling devices; using hoist, cranes and hand and power tools.
  • Control downtime by information g production workers of routine maintenance; monitoring compliance
  • Maintains continuity among work teams by documenting and communicating actions, irregularities and continuing needs.
  • Any other duties assigned by supervisor

Qualifications

  • Possesses detailed knowledge of shop industry.
  • Works well with a team.
  • Exhibits strong customer service and interpersonal skills.
  • Demonstrates awareness of all health and safety protocols.
  • Pays attention to detail.
  • Demonstrates strong organizational skills.
  • Communicates clearly and effectively.
  • Is capable of translating industry terminology into straightforward terms for explanatory purposes.
  • Is qualified to operate heavy machinery.
  • Warehouse, factory, or shop experience required.
  • Some areas of the job site may be hazardous, so protective gear should be worn when appropriate.

Job ID: 2017-1163

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Hiring Manager: Lewis Snodgrass
Division: Operations
Office: us-tx-midland
For Information Contact:
Brian Bell
[email protected]
(832) 372-1005

Overview

We are looking for a reliable Dispatcher to act as a communication point for emergency and non-emergency calls. You will receive requests, transmit messages and track people, vehicles, and equipment.

The ideal candidate must be primarily an excellent communicator and able to remain calm and composed, especially in emergency situations. You must be able to multi-task as well as take the appropriate action with little supervision.

The goal is to enable different parties to communicate well by ensuring the accurate and timely transmission of information.

Responsibilities

  • Receive emergency and non-emergency calls and record significant information
  • Address problems and requests by transmitting information or providing solutions
  • Receive and dispatch orders for products or deliveries
  • Prioritize calls according to urgency and importance
  • Use systems, phone or radio to send crews, equipment, vehicles or other field units to appropriate locations
  • Monitor the route and status of field units to coordinate and prioritize their schedule
  • Provide field units with information about orders, traffic, obstacles and requirements
  • Enter data in computer system and maintain logs and records of calls, activities and other information

Qualifications

  • Proven experience as dispatcher or relevant position
  • Tech-savvy with knowledge of relevant methods (CAD)
  • Fast typing with experience in data entry
  • Knowledge of procedures and guideline for emergency situations
  • Proficient in English (oral and written)
  • Outstanding organizational and multitasking abilities
  • Active listener with excellent communication skills
  • Sound judgement and critical thinking
  • High school diploma

 

Job ID: 2017-1134

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Hiring Manager: Sergio Lujan
Division: Well Testing
Office: us-tx-midland
For Information Contact:
Brian Bell
[email protected]
(832) 372-1005

Overview

  • Can explain teh rigup process in addition to all safety considerations
  • Can identify all applicable equipment, parts, and ratings
  • Maintain awareness and control pad operations (i.e. actively intercepting individuals entering the pad, ensure all are aware of the current state of operations)

Responsibilities

  • On-time for pickup and location
  • Ready to work (PPE and additional clothing for weather, water, food)
  • Team player (willing and effective at receiving guidance and feedback)
  • Assist with planning on how to execute site layout
  • Request and verify necessary equipment to meet layout requirements

  • Carry, lift, and connect iron to ensure layout is properly constructed to customer’s and CTT quality specification

  • Validate asset usage, identify inadequately marked assets for quality and safety violations

  • Proficient at rigging-up independently (catches missing/bad gaskets, ensures safe rig-up with valve alignment, efficient process flow, and minimally energized iron)
  • Consistently complete and submit checklists verifying compliance with CTT standards 

  • Report timely data to Covenant Supervisors & Management (near misses / good catches, daily field status reporting, etc.)

  • Report daily hours in ADP by 0700
  • Keeps location organized and clean of debris, trash, and obstructions

Qualifications

  • Proactive attitude (seeks opportunity to learn and ways to improve)
  • Must pass and maintain a client required random drug tests
  • Have a background investigation
  • Cleared to operate a company vehicle
  • Able to lift 50-100lbs and work long hours in extreme conditions
  • Have a professional appearance

Job ID: 2017-1174

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Hiring Manager: Sergio Lujan
Division: Shop
Office: us-tx-midland
For Information Contact:
Brian Bell
[email protected]
(832) 372-1005

Overview

A shop supervisor must administer coaching, management and monitors shop employee’s activities, works with clients and customers, orders supplies, fixes equipment, and enforces rules and regulations associated with the shop.

Responsibilities

  • Effectively supervise craft personnel to ensure that all assigned maintenance activities are performed safely and effectively by qualified workers in accordance with procedures, regulations, and the site schedule.
  • Ensures department personnel are properly supervised, trained, and qualified to perform assignments, including emergency plan qualifications.
  • Strong understanding of the well testing assets.
  • Focus on the adherence to quality program.
  • Operates shop machinery such as forklifts or manufacturing equipment.
  • Ensures that shop area is clean, organized, and free of dangerous or hazardous material.
  • Provides employee training.
  • Creates and manages employee schedule.
  • Oversees daily work of employees.
  • Greets customers who enter the shop.
  • Processes customer and client work orders.
  • Enters customer and job information into computer database.
  • Maintains work records and files.
  • Assigns duties to shop workers.
  • Reviews work completed to ensure it is up to quality standards.
  • Enforces all health and safety policies in the shop.

Qualifications

Required Skills and Abilities

  • Demonstrates strong leadership skills.
  • Possesses detailed knowledge of shop industry.
  • Works well with a team.
  • Exhibits strong customer service and interpersonal skills.
  • Possesses solid analytical and problem-solving abilities.
  • Demonstrates awareness of all health and safety protocols.
  • Able to remain calm and clear-headed in an emergency.
  • Manages time efficiently.
  • Able to multi-task effectively.
  • Pays attention to detail.
  • Demonstrates strong organizational skills.
  • Possesses basic computer skills.
  • Able to read, interpret, and compose work orders.
  • Communicates clearly and effectively.
  • Is capable of translating industry terminology into straightforward terms for explanatory purposes.
  • Is qualified to operate heavy machinery.

 

Education and Experience

  • High school diploma or GED required.
  • Warehouse, factory, or shop experience required.
  • Managerial or supervisory experience required.

 

Work Environment

  • Most of working hours will be spent in the job participating in and overseeing repairs and maintenance.
  • Shift may vary from day to evenings.
  • Weekend hours will be required.
  • Standard 40-hour workweek applies, though overtime may be necessary.
  • Some areas of the job site may be hazardous so protective gear should be worn when appropriate.

Job ID: 2018-1211

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Hiring Manager: Kevin Rock
Division: Accounting/Finance
Office: us-tx-midland
For Information Contact:
Brian Bell
[email protected]
(832) 372-1005

Overview

The Business Analyst recommends and implements methods for increasing the company’s efficiency and profitability. The Business Analyst will analyze the company’s business model and finances and use the findings to make suggestions for improvement regarding everything from budgets and operations to management.  Business Analysts must conduct complex financial analysis to determine present and future performance through documenting all data and findings thoroughly and presents findings to appropriate management personnel as well as providing financial forecasting to aid in budget creation. 

Job Responsibilities:

Responsibilities

  • Evaluates previous budgets, expenditures, and operational efficiency together with results of overall financial analysis in order to develop and implement future budgets. These recommendations may include cost reduction measures, revenue generation ideas, and ways to streamline operations or increase customer satisfaction.
  • Using results from financial and budget analysis data, the Financial Business Analyst communicates results and presents business recommendations to upper and executive-level management staff.
  • Works as a liaison between various departments .
  • Monitors company’s expenditures and profits regularly, ensuring cost effectiveness and making recommendations to management to maximize profits.
  • Designs, develops or modifies and implements accounting/business systems. Performs unit, systems, and parallel tests of new or
  • redesigned systems and processes
  • Monitors and analyzes revenues and actual expenditures in relation to budget and makes changes to plans as appropriate.
  • Monitors compliance with policies and procedures and makes recommendations for changes as appropriate. Develops and documents
  • procedures.
  • Participates in System-wide initiatives to improve operational efficiencies. May lead Continuous Quality Improvement teams.
  • Prepares and maintains accurate accounting records to ensure compliance with state and federal regulatory agencies as well as Generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP),
  • GASB and  Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB).
  • Prepares financial analyses for departmental and institutional planning.
  • Provides financial training and business education to the company’s employees.

 

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Economics, Finance, Public Administration or related field (or equivalent combination of education, training and experience).
  • If a Bachelor's degree: Two (2) years of experience in professional accounting, management of an operational unit, business analysis or financial analysis.
  • If an Associate's degree: Six (6) years of experience in professional accounting, management of an operational unit, business analysis or financial analysis.
  • Possessing financial or business analysis experience
  • Proving strong quantitative abilities
  • Demonstrating proficiency in Microsoft Office programs, such as Excel and PowerPoint
  • Knowledge of standard accounting procedures
  • Oilfield knowledge
  • Strong Communication Skills
  • Strong Analytical Skills
  • Critical thinker
  • Detail oriented
  • Self-motivated
  • Knowledge of accounting standards
  • Strong technical skills
  • Strong listening skills
  • Excellent Time management skills

Job ID: 2018-1217

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Hiring Manager: Kevin Rock
Division: Production
Office: us-tx-midland
For Information Contact:
Brian Bell
[email protected]
(832) 372-1005

Overview

Dispatcher is responsible for the coordination of the utilization of drivers, trucks and containers of well testing deliveries to create capacity, maximize productivity and ensure prompt, courteous, safe and efficient service to all customers of well testing deliveries.

Responsibilities

  • Monitor customer automated inventory management systems; receive orders from customers; maintain delivery schedule for keep-full customers.
  • Use the dispatch optimization system and software to create, update and dispense the daily route dispatch of well testing deliveries
  • Analyze daily product delivery requirements for operations; prepare and assign driver work schedules, while maximizing equipment utilization; route deliveries to minimize delays caused by customer requirements and issues, traffic congestion and/or access restrictions.
  • Provide an excellent service experience for customers: investigate and take necessary action to quickly resolve customer service issues and inventory and equipment discrepancy complaints.
  • Immediately report and document all accidents, injuries, spills, mixes, security issues, unsafe conditions or other incidents to the Safety and Operations Managers. Participate in the investigation process to identify the root cause of any incident/accident.
  • On a daily basis maintain accurate fleet maintenance records for terminals truck fleet. On a daily basis review maintenance items identified on drivers’ pre and post truck inspection reports and schedule truck repairs with shop mechanics and vendors; follow up on truck repairs and maintenance issues.
  • Create and Maintain a Safety Culture; ensure all transportation operations comply with all facility, company, State and Federal rules and DOT regulations.
  • Assist in the preparation of documents for supporting departments and functions.
  • Coordinate, schedule and dispatch workers to appropriate locations according to orders, customer requests, specifications, or other needs
  • Ensure delivery or crews arrive within scheduled timeframe as instructed by customer to PAD
  • Communicate effectively with customers, drivers, supervisors and co-workers, providing concise instruction or information.
  • Ensure accurate and timely data entry.
  • Create and maximize capacity by ensuring productive use and tracking of all assets, equipment and drivers.
  • Ensure maximum productivity by achieving or exceeding Company-established goals by successfully routing vehicles.
  • Assign loads to drivers based on designated routes and driver location.
  • Gather and maintain route sheet documentation for pick-ups (scheduled, missed, extra pick-ups), route completions and driver locations and ensure route completion via the driver check-in process.
  • Report driver performance issues or concerns to appropriate management for resolution.
  • Perform other job-related duties as assigned.

Qualifications

  • High School Diploma or G.E.D
  • Ability to make sound business judgments and decisions and meet assigned deadlines
  • A strong working knowledge of West Texas metropolitan area
  • Hazardous materials training
  • DOT regulations for truck/Driver operations experience
  • 3 – 5 years’ experience in a dispatching role.
  • Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office programs (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, etc.)
  • Excellent customer conflict resolution abilities
  • Able to manage heavy volume of phone calls
  • Frac and well testing dispatch experience preferred
  • Must have a flexible schedule, and be able to work nights and weekends
  • Professional appearance, demeanor and telephone etiquette
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to prioritize and operate proactively
  • Strong attention to detail and analytical skills
  • Ability to multi-task and function effectively under pressure and time constraints
  • Truck and fuel dispatch experience
  • Smartlogix experience
  • SAP experience
  • Qualcomm experience
  • Must be knowledgeable in relation to all equipment and systems related to dispatch.
  • Strong math, organizational, and administrative skills
  • Problem solving, oral/written communication, analytical ability, calculating, concentration, & interpersonal abilities continuously.

Job ID: 2018-1284

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Hiring Manager: Andrew Sikes
Division: Information Technology
Office: us-tx-midland
For Information Contact:
Brian Bell
[email protected]
(832) 372-1005

Overview

Responsible for providing technical assistance and support related to computer systems, hardware, or software. Responds to queries, runs diagnostic programs, isolates problem, and determines and implements solutions.

Responsibilities

    • Manage the IT equipment lifecycle of all employee-assigned IT assets (issuing, documentation, replacement, and recovery).
    • Maintain relationships with operations to ensure positive outlook on IT.
    • Actively investigating, diagnosing and solving computer hardware and software faults face to face or over the
    • Installing and configuring computer hardware, software, systems, networks, printers and scanners. Training users on the aforementioned.
    • Creating user accounts and managing access control, based on company policies across all
    • Adhere to IT
    • Seek cost savings and efficiencies where
    • Support the roll out of new systems.
    • Repairing and replacing IT hardware.
    • Manage and report cell phone data usage and overages.
    • Provide level 1 help desk support.

Qualifications

Associate's Degree or greater is preferred 2+ years' experience in related field Proficiency with Outlook, Word, Excel, iOS platform, Windows 7 &10

Job ID: 2017-1159

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Hiring Manager: Sergio Lujan
Division: Shop
Office: us-tx-wickett
For Information Contact:
Brian Bell
[email protected]
(832) 372-1005

Responsibilities

Shop Technician Expectations:

  • Interface with field personnel and perform hands-on workshop and / or on-site valve troubleshooting / assessment, maintenance, testing (pre / post), and / or repair of valves, actuators, and other equipment.
  • Perform pressure testing utilizing certified test equipment and complete all QA / QC documentation as required by the QHSE program (if skilled).
  • Perform hands-on workshop and / or on-site disassembly, inspection, reporting, cleaning, and reassembly of valves and actuators and other equipment.  Machine material and / or parts with various machining equipment.
  • Ensure work and used materials are in compliance with manufacturer specifications.
  • Read and interpret schematics for assembly, repair, and reassembly as required including completion of applicable quality documentation in either paper or electronic form.
  • Perform failure assessments and make recommendations to the on-site supervisor as required.
  • Perform day-to-day and routine safety observations and inspections

Job ID: 2017-1152

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Hiring Manager: Sergio Lujan
Division: Shop
Office: us-tx-wickett
For Information Contact:
Brian Bell
[email protected]
(832) 372-1005

South Texas Open Positions

Job ID: 2017-1170

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Hiring Manager: Richard Dyson
Division: Well Testing
Office: us-tx-pleasanton
For Information Contact:
Brian Bell
[email protected]
(832) 372-1005

Overview

  • Can explain teh rigup process in addition to all safety considerations
  • Can identify all applicable equipment, parts, and ratings
  • Maintain awareness and control pad operations (i.e. actively intercepting individuals entering the pad, ensure all are aware of the current state of operations)

Responsibilities

  • On-time for pickup and location
  • Ready to work (PPE and additional clothing for weather, water, food)
  • Team player (willing and effective at receiving guidance and feedback)
  • Assist with planning on how to execute site layout
  • Request and verify necessary equipment to meet layout requirements

  • Carry, lift, and connect iron to ensure layout is properly constructed to customer’s and CTT quality specification

  • Validate asset usage, identify inadequately marked assets for quality and safety violations

  • Proficient at rigging-up independently (catches missing/bad gaskets, ensures safe rig-up with valve alignment, efficient process flow, and minimally energized iron)
  • Consistently complete and submit checklists verifying compliance with CTT standards 

  • Report timely data to Covenant Supervisors & Management (near misses / good catches, daily field status reporting, etc.)

  • Report daily hours in ADP by 0700
  • Keeps location organized and clean of debris, trash, and obstructions

Qualifications

  • Proactive attitude (seeks opportunity to learn and ways to improve)
  • Must pass and maintain a client required random drug tests
  • Have a background investigation
  • Cleared to operate a company vehicle
  • Able to lift 50-100lbs and work long hours in extreme conditions
  • Have a professional appearance

Job ID: 2017-1167

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Hiring Manager: Richard Dyson
Division: Well Testing
Office: us-tx-pleasanton
For Information Contact:
Brian Bell
[email protected]
(832) 372-1005

Overview

SSE

  • Will learn to:

  • Properly and consistently complete and update a JSA as the situation changes

  • Communicate and annotate detailed shift changes

  • Maintain awareness and control pad operations (i.e. actively intercepting individuals entering the pad, and ensure all are aware of the current state of operations)

  • Identify key company men

  • Monitor tank levels and ratesSeek and record clear expectations from the company man regarding desired methods for levels, rates, and overall operations

  • Report accurate, timely data as required

  • Trust but verify all other operators on pad

Operator I

  • Excels at all SSE Requirements
  • Can explain the flowback process in addition to all safety considerations
  • Can identify all applicable equipment, parts, and ratings
  • Experienced with the variations and safety nuances of rig up/down and basic “well to tank” flowback
  • Capable of independently supporting frac operations and running 5 and 9 valve choke manifolds to tanks from well and/or pumps
  • Can identify all probable dangers from frac through drillout based on different types of location setup, equipment usage, and downhole attributes
  • Maintain awareness and control pad operations (i.e. actively intercepting individuals entering the pad, ensure all are aware of the current state of operations)
  • Timely with all customer & management reporting requirements

Operator II

  • Excels at all Operator I Requirements
  • Can effectively teach the flowback process in addition to all safety considerations
  • Can explain the functioning of all applicable equipment and parts
  • Capable of independently supporting frac and drillout operations, with a working knowledge of simple “well to tank” flowbacks
  • Can operate a manifold, plug catcher, properly dump an SKO, and has a basic working knowledge of separators
  • Beginning to understand new well turn-on and flowback operations through high-pressure equipment
  • Requires less supervision than Op 1
  • Can Take SSE and Op 1 and teach basic knowledge and safety, and has experience in service line

Operator III & Supervisor

  • Excels at all Operator II Requirements
  • Models professionalism from proper use of PPE, integration of ‘living’ JSAs and checklists
  • Possesses detailed knowledge of best practices and expert situational awareness of pad operations
  • Capable of independently supporting frac, drillout, flowback, and production operations
  • Can operate, fix, or construct safe and resourceful work-arounds for manifold, plug catcher, SKO, line heater, and low/high-pressure separator
  • Ensures proper execution of all field maintenance associated with flowback equipment
  • Identifies ‘teachable moments’ and presents information accurately, clearly, and concisely, inline with Covenant best practices
  • Drives high standards that signify significant experience in the service line

Responsibilities

All Positions

  • On-time for pickup and location
  • Ready to work (PPE and additional clothing for weather, water, food)
  • Team player (willing and effective at receiving guidance and feedback)
  • Properly and consistently complete and update a JSA as the situation changes
  • Identify and serve key company men
  • Communicate and annotate detailed shift changes
  • Report timely data to Covenant Supervisors & Management (near misses / good catches, daily field status reporting, etc.)
  • Report daily hours in ADP by 0700
  • Keeps location organized and clean of debris, trash, and obstructions

Operator I

  • Applies and can identify and correct all core expectations (see page 6)

  • Excels at all SSE requirements

  • Responsible for the knowledge and oversight of SSE expectations (prevents actions that are dumb, different, or dangerous)

  • Read and record all tank gauges

  • Reporting accurate, hourly data (or required customer frequency)

  • Proficient at rigging-up independently (catches missing/bad gaskets, ensures safe rig-up with valve alignment, efficient process flow, and minimally energized iron)

  • Expert tank management

  • Proficient at changing out choke stems, choke seats, zeroing out the adjustable choke indicator, properly replacing the packing in a choke body, and greasing valves

  • Can support drillout operations with minimal supervision

Operator II

  • Responsible for the knowledge and oversight of Op 1 and SSE expectations (prevents actions that are dumb, different, or dangerous)

  • Expert manifold operator

  • Proficient with plug catcher and SKO operations

  • Can support separator-based flowback operations with minimal supervision

  • Capable of identifying and correcting problems on site (including maintenance)

  • Fully understands customer downhole goals and associated impacts from flowback operator decisions and actions

  • Effective communicator, serving the company men, subordinates, and management

Operator III

  • Responsible for the knowledge and oversight of Op 2, Op 1 and SSE expectations (prevents actions that are dumb, different, or dangerous)

  • Expert manifold, plug catcher, SKO, Line Heater, and separator operator

  • Expert at identifying and correcting problems on site (including maintenance)

  • Expert communicator, serving the company men, subordinates, and management

  • Can effectively instruct, ensuring SSE through Op 2 meet or exceed their expectations and knowledge base

  • Capable of supporting multiple job sites simultaneously

  • Proficient with job site logistics (plans, prepares, and communicates proper site layout, ensuring all necessary tools and equipment are available on the first trip out)

Supervisor

  • Responsible for the knowledge and oversight of Op 3, Op 2, Op 1 and SSE expectations (prevents actions that are dumb, different, or dangerous)
  • Expert manifold, plug catcher, SKO, Line Heater, and separator operator
  • Expert at identifying and correcting problems on site (including maintenance)
  • Expert communicator, serving the company men, subordinates, and management
  • Can effectively instruct, ensuring SSE through Op 3 meet or exceed their expectations and knowledge base
  • Expert with supporting multiple job sites simultaneously
  • Expert with job site logistics (plans, prepares, and communicates proper site layout, ensuring all necessary tools and equipment are available on the first trip out)
  • Current Well Control training certification

Qualifications

  • Proactive attitude (seeks opportunity to learn and ways to improve)
  • Must pass and maintain a client required random drug tests
  • Have a background investigation
  • Cleared to operate a company vehicle
  • Able to lift 50-100lbs and work long hours in extreme conditions
  • Have a professional appearance

Job ID: 2017-1169

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Hiring Manager: Richard Dyson
Division: Operations
Office: us-tx-pleasanton
For Information Contact:
Brian Bell
[email protected]
(832) 372-1005

Overview

  • They are primarily responsible for the safe and effective operation of the various types of vehicles.
  • Must complete tasks only in the assigned schedule.
  • Safety is our number one priority, so drivers are committed to safe journey management.
  • Must be detail oriented and pay close attention to the environment in which they work, and the passengers and equipment for which they are responsible on each journey.
  •  The Driver reports to the relevant Driving Supervisor.
  • Have a great teamwork spirit.

Responsibilities

  • Drivers are primarily responsible for the safe and effective operation of the various types of vehicles.
  • Drivers must report to their assign supervisor.
  • On-time for pickup and location.
  • Reporting accurate, hourly data (or required customer frequency)
  • Communicate and annotate detailed shift changes
  • Report timely data to Covenant Supervisors & Management
  • Report daily hours in ADP
  • Keep truck clean.

 

Qualifications

  • Proactive attitude (seeks opportunity to learn and ways to improve).
  • Previous driving experience within the Oil and Gas industry is preferred but not required.
  • CDL Class A license is required.
  • Candidates must be able to legally work and reside in the U.S.
  • Must pass and maintain a client required random drug tests.
  • Have a background investigation.
  • Have a professional appearance.

Job ID: 2017-1178

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Hiring Manager: Jordon Williams
Division: Hydraulics
Office: us-tx-pleasanton
For Information Contact:
Brian Bell
[email protected]
(832) 372-1005

Overview

Expert manifold, plug catcher, SKO, Line Heater, and separator operator

Expert at identifying and correcting problems on site (including maintenance)Expert communicator, serving the company men, subordinates, and managementCan effectively instruct, meet or exceed their expectations and knowledge baseCapable of supporting multiple job sites simultaneouslyProficient with job site logistics (plans, prepares, and communicates proper site layout, ensuring all necessary tools and equipment are available on the first trip out)Current Well Control training certification and experience.

 

Responsibilities

On-time for pickup and locationReady to work (PPE and additional clothing for weather, water, food)Team player (willing and effective at receiving guidance and feedback)Properly and consistently complete and update a JSA as the situation changesIdentify and serve key company menCommunicate and annotate detailed shift changesReport timely data to Covenant Supervisors & Management (near misses / good catches, daily field status reporting, etc.)Report daily hours in ADP by 0700Keeps location organized and clean of debris, trash, and obstructions

Qualifications

Proactive attitude (seeks opportunity to learn and ways to improve)Must pass and maintain a client required random drug testsHave a background investigationCleared to operate a company vehicleAble to lift 50-100lbs and work long hours in extreme conditionsHave a professional appearance

Job ID: 2018-1243

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Hiring Manager: Richard Dyson
Division: Shop
Office: us-tx-pleasanton
For Information Contact:
Brian Bell
[email protected]
(832) 372-1005

Responsibilities

Shop Technician Expectations:

  • Interface with field personnel and perform hands-on workshop and / or on-site valve troubleshooting / assessment, maintenance, testing (pre / post), and / or repair of valves, actuators, and other equipment.
  • Perform pressure testing utilizing certified test equipment and complete all QA / QC documentation as required by the QHSE program (if skilled).
  • Perform hands-on workshop and / or on-site disassembly, inspection, reporting, cleaning, and reassembly of valves and actuators and other equipment.  Machine material and / or parts with various machining equipment.
  • Ensure work and used materials are in compliance with manufacturer specifications.
  • Read and interpret schematics for assembly, repair, and reassembly as required including completion of applicable quality documentation in either paper or electronic form.
  • Perform failure assessments and make recommendations to the on-site supervisor as required.
  • Perform day-to-day and routine safety observations and inspections

Job ID: 2018-1305

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Hiring Manager: Jordon Williams
Division: Hydraulics
Office: us-tx-pleasanton
For Information Contact:
Brian Bell
[email protected]
(832) 372-1005

Overview

  • Interface with field personnel and perform hands-on workshop and / or on-site valve troubleshooting / assessment, maintenance, testing (pre / post), and / or repair of valves, actuators, and other equipment.
  • Perform pressure testing utilizing certified test equipment and complete all QA / QC documentation as required by the QHSE program (if skilled).
  • Perform hands-on workshop and / or on-site disassembly, inspection, reporting, cleaning, and reassembly of valves and actuators and other equipment.  Machine material and / or parts with various machining equipment.
  • Ensure work and used materials are in compliance with manufacturer specifications.
  • Read and interpret schematics for assembly, repair, and reassembly as required including completion of applicable quality documentation in either paper or electronic form.
  • Perform failure assessments and make recommendations to the on-site supervisor as required.
  • Perform day-to-day and routine safety observations and inspections

Responsibilities

  • Ready to work (PPE and additional clothing for weather, water, food)Team player (willing and effective at receiving guidance and feedback)
  • Properly and consistently complete and update a JSA as the situation changes
  • Identify and serve key company men
  • Communicate and annotate detailed shift changes
  • Report timely data to Covenant Supervisors & Management (near misses / good catches, daily field status reporting, etc.)
  • Report daily hours in ADP by 0700
  • Knowledge of manifold, plug catcher, SKO, Line Heater, and separator operator
  • Keeps location organized and clean of debris, trash, and obstructions
  • Interface with field personnel and perform hands-on workshop and / or on-site valve troubleshooting / assessment, maintenance, testing (pre / post), and / or repair of valves, actuators, and other equipment.
  • Perform pressure testing utilizing certified test equipment and complete all QA / QC documentation as required by the QHSE program (if skilled).
  • Perform hands-on workshop and / or on-site disassembly, inspection, reporting, cleaning, and reassembly of valves and actuators and other equipment.  Machine material and / or parts with various machining equipment.
  • Ensure work and used materials are in compliance with manufacturer specifications.
  • Read and interpret schematics for assembly, repair, and reassembly as required including completion of applicable quality documentation in either paper or electronic form.
  • Perform failure assessments and make recommendations to the on-site supervisor as required.
  • Perform day-to-day and routine safety observations and inspections
  •  

Qualifications

  • Proactive attitude (seeks opportunity to learn and ways to improve)
  • Must pass and maintain a client required random drug tests
  • Have a background investigation
  • Cleared to operate a company vehicle
  • Able to lift 50-100lbs and work long hours in extreme conditions
  • Have a professional appearance
  • Cleared to operate a company vehicle
  • Able to lift 50-100lbs and work long hours in extreme conditions
  • Have a professional appearance
South Texas Office

North Louisiana Open Positions

North Louisiana Office

Job ID: 2017-1172

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Hiring Manager: Kayne Frye
Division: Technicians
Office: us-la-sibley
For Information Contact:
Brian Bell
[email protected]
(832) 372-1005

Overview

The Service Technician I safely install, removes, repairs, assembles, disassembles and tests Well Test equipment (gate valves, plug valves, Sand Knock Outs etc.) in shop and onshore environments.

 

Responsibilities

Essential Duties and Responsibilities, but not limited to: 

  • Install and/or remove equipment. Assemble, disassemble, test and troubleshoot service equipment.
  • Work closely with equipment operators.
  • Loading and unloading of material for repair operations.
  • Communicate with Supervisor, Customers, Engineers, Production Control and other shop personnel.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
  • Strong understanding of the well testing assets.
  • Focus on the adherence to quality program.
  • Operates shop machinery such as forklifts or manufacturing equipment.
  • Ensures that shop area is clean, organized, and free of dangerous or hazardous material.
  • Maintains work records and files.
  • Reviews work completed to ensure it is up to quality standards.
  • Inspects and cleans shop equipment.

Qualifications

Skills 

  • Possesses detailed knowledge of shop industry.
  • Works well with a team.
  • Exhibits strong customer service and interpersonal skills.
  • Possesses solid analytical and problem-solving abilities.
  • Demonstrates awareness of all health and safety protocols.
  • Able to remain calm and clear-headed in an emergency.
  • Manages time efficiently.
  • Able to multi-task effectively.
  • Pays attention to detail.
  • Demonstrates strong organizational skills.
  • Communicates clearly and effectively.
  • Is capable of translating industry terminology into straightforward terms for explanatory purposes.
  • Is qualified to operate heavy machinery.

 Education and Experience

  • High school diploma or GED required.
  • Warehouse, factory, or shop experience required.
  • Managerial or supervisory experience required.

 Work Environment

  • Shift may vary from day to evenings.
  • Weekend hours will be required.
  • Standard 40-hour workweek applies, though overtime may be necessary.
  • Some areas of the job site may be hazardous so protective gear should be worn when appropriate.

Job ID: 2017-1166

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Hiring Manager: Kayne Frye
Division: Well Testing
Office: us-la-sibley
For Information Contact:
Brian Bell
[email protected]
(832) 372-1005

Overview

SSE

  • Will learn to:

  • Properly and consistently complete and update a JSA as the situation changes

  • Communicate and annotate detailed shift changes

  • Maintain awareness and control pad operations (i.e. actively intercepting individuals entering the pad, and ensure all are aware of the current state of operations)

  • Identify key company men

  • Monitor tank levels and ratesSeek and record clear expectations from the company man regarding desired methods for levels, rates, and overall operations

  • Report accurate, timely data as required

  • Trust but verify all other operators on pad

Operator I

  • Excels at all SSE Requirements
  • Can explain the flowback process in addition to all safety considerations
  • Can identify all applicable equipment, parts, and ratings
  • Experienced with the variations and safety nuances of rig up/down and basic “well to tank” flowback
  • Capable of independently supporting frac operations and running 5 and 9 valve choke manifolds to tanks from well and/or pumps
  • Can identify all probable dangers from frac through drillout based on different types of location setup, equipment usage, and downhole attributes
  • Maintain awareness and control pad operations (i.e. actively intercepting individuals entering the pad, ensure all are aware of the current state of operations)
  • Timely with all customer & management reporting requirements

Operator II

  • Excels at all Operator I Requirements
  • Can effectively teach the flowback process in addition to all safety considerations
  • Can explain the functioning of all applicable equipment and parts
  • Capable of independently supporting frac and drillout operations, with a working knowledge of simple “well to tank” flowbacks
  • Can operate a manifold, plug catcher, properly dump an SKO, and has a basic working knowledge of separators
  • Beginning to understand new well turn-on and flowback operations through high-pressure equipment
  • Requires less supervision than Op 1
  • Can Take SSE and Op 1 and teach basic knowledge and safety, and has experience in service line

Operator III & Supervisor

  • Excels at all Operator II Requirements
  • Models professionalism from proper use of PPE, integration of ‘living’ JSAs and checklists
  • Possesses detailed knowledge of best practices and expert situational awareness of pad operations
  • Capable of independently supporting frac, drillout, flowback, and production operations
  • Can operate, fix, or construct safe and resourceful work-arounds for manifold, plug catcher, SKO, line heater, and low/high-pressure separator
  • Ensures proper execution of all field maintenance associated with flowback equipment
  • Identifies ‘teachable moments’ and presents information accurately, clearly, and concisely, inline with Covenant best practices
  • Drives high standards that signify significant experience in the service line

Responsibilities

All Positions

  • On-time for pickup and location
  • Ready to work (PPE and additional clothing for weather, water, food)
  • Team player (willing and effective at receiving guidance and feedback)
  • Properly and consistently complete and update a JSA as the situation changes
  • Identify and serve key company men
  • Communicate and annotate detailed shift changes
  • Report timely data to Covenant Supervisors & Management (near misses / good catches, daily field status reporting, etc.)
  • Report daily hours in ADP by 0700
  • Keeps location organized and clean of debris, trash, and obstructions

Operator I

  • Applies and can identify and correct all core expectations (see page 6)

  • Excels at all SSE requirements

  • Responsible for the knowledge and oversight of SSE expectations (prevents actions that are dumb, different, or dangerous)

  • Read and record all tank gauges

  • Reporting accurate, hourly data (or required customer frequency)

  • Proficient at rigging-up independently (catches missing/bad gaskets, ensures safe rig-up with valve alignment, efficient process flow, and minimally energized iron)

  • Expert tank management

  • Proficient at changing out choke stems, choke seats, zeroing out the adjustable choke indicator, properly replacing the packing in a choke body, and greasing valves

  • Can support drillout operations with minimal supervision

Operator II

  • Responsible for the knowledge and oversight of Op 1 and SSE expectations (prevents actions that are dumb, different, or dangerous)

  • Expert manifold operator

  • Proficient with plug catcher and SKO operations

  • Can support separator-based flowback operations with minimal supervision

  • Capable of identifying and correcting problems on site (including maintenance)

  • Fully understands customer downhole goals and associated impacts from flowback operator decisions and actions

  • Effective communicator, serving the company men, subordinates, and management

Operator III

  • Responsible for the knowledge and oversight of Op 2, Op 1 and SSE expectations (prevents actions that are dumb, different, or dangerous)

  • Expert manifold, plug catcher, SKO, Line Heater, and separator operator

  • Expert at identifying and correcting problems on site (including maintenance)

  • Expert communicator, serving the company men, subordinates, and management

  • Can effectively instruct, ensuring SSE through Op 2 meet or exceed their expectations and knowledge base

  • Capable of supporting multiple job sites simultaneously

  • Proficient with job site logistics (plans, prepares, and communicates proper site layout, ensuring all necessary tools and equipment are available on the first trip out)

Supervisor

  • Responsible for the knowledge and oversight of Op 3, Op 2, Op 1 and SSE expectations (prevents actions that are dumb, different, or dangerous)
  • Expert manifold, plug catcher, SKO, Line Heater, and separator operator
  • Expert at identifying and correcting problems on site (including maintenance)
  • Expert communicator, serving the company men, subordinates, and management
  • Can effectively instruct, ensuring SSE through Op 3 meet or exceed their expectations and knowledge base
  • Expert with supporting multiple job sites simultaneously
  • Expert with job site logistics (plans, prepares, and communicates proper site layout, ensuring all necessary tools and equipment are available on the first trip out)
  • Current Well Control training certification

Qualifications

  • Proactive attitude (seeks opportunity to learn and ways to improve)
  • Must pass and maintain a client required random drug tests
  • Have a background investigation
  • Cleared to operate a company vehicle
  • Able to lift 50-100lbs and work long hours in extreme conditions
  • Have a professional appearance

Job ID: 2017-1142

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Hiring Manager: Kayne Frye
Division: Operations
Office: us-la-sibley
For Information Contact:
Brian Bell
[email protected]
(832) 372-1005

Overview

This position performs on site work in the assembly, maintenance, testing and inspection of manual and/or hydraulic valves utilized in Oil & Gas fracturing operations. Travels to remote client work-sites to perform service on equipment. Possesses strong technical skills to troubleshoot and resolve problems without any direct supervision.

Responsibilities

Responsible for frac stack lubrication that meet manufacturer's specifications before equipment is deployed into production environments. Repairs frac vales on client work sites. Services calls regarding frac stacks Inspects valve units on site for wear, defects and replaces components as necessary. Rebuilds valves Catalogs replacement parts in/out of valves per API standards Creates damage sheets for rebills to customer Inventories valve parts Performs all aspects of work in compliance with applicable HSE regulations and company policy. Performs other related duties as assigned.

Qualifications

Other requirements: May be required to work weekends. Available on short notice as determined by business needs. Must be able to pass post-employment drug/alcohol screens. May be required to undergo post-offer "Essential Job Functions Test".Safety Equipment worn on job (when applicable): Goggles, face shields or safety goggles Ear plugs/muffs Steel-toed boots Hard hats Safety belts Flame-retardant uniforms Gloves

Job ID: 2017-1176

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Hiring Manager: Kayne Frye
Division: Operations
Office: us-la-sibley
For Information Contact:
Brian Bell
[email protected]
(832) 372-1005

Overview

Rig-Up Supervisor Job Expectations:

-          Verify site layout plans

-          Ensure equipment needs and requests meet layout requirements while minimizing trips

-          Carry, lift, and connect iron to ensure layout is properly constructed to customer’s and CTT quality specification

-          Validate asset usage, identify inadequately marked assets for quality and safety violations

-           Oversee checklist adherence, verifying compliance with CTT standards 

Responsibilities

  • Team player (willing and effective at receiving guidance and feedback)
  • Assist with planning on how to execute.
  • Request and verify necessary equipment to meet requirements
  • Consistently complete and submit checklists verifying compliance with CTT standards 
  • Report timely data to Covenant Supervisors & Management (near misses / good catches, daily field status reporting, etc.)
  • Report daily hours in ADP by 0700.
  • Keeps location organized and clean of debris, trash, and obstructions.

Qualifications

  • 2-year experience with knowledge of the rig up operations.
  • Class A CDL and cleared to operate a company vehicle.
  • Proactive attitude (seeks opportunity to learn and ways to improve)
  • Must pass and maintain a client required random drug tests
  • Have a background investigation
  • Willing to work days or nights.
  • Able to lift 50-100lbs and work long hours in extreme conditions.
  • Have a professional appearance.

Job ID: 2018-1230

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Hiring Manager: Kayne Frye
Division: Operations
Office: us-la-sibley
For Information Contact:
Brian Bell
[email protected]
(832) 372-1005

Overview

  • They are primarily responsible for the safe and effective operation of the various types of vehicles.
  • Must complete tasks only in the assigned schedule.
  • Safety is our number one priority, so drivers are committed to safe journey management.
  • Must be detail oriented and pay close attention to the environment in which they work, and the passengers and equipment for which they are responsible on each journey.
  •  The Driver reports to the relevant Driving Supervisor.
  • Have a great teamwork spirit.

Responsibilities

  • Drivers are primarily responsible for the safe and effective operation of the various types of vehicles.
  • Drivers must report to their assign supervisor.
  • On-time for pickup and location.
  • Reporting accurate, hourly data (or required customer frequency)
  • Communicate and annotate detailed shift changes
  • Report timely data to Covenant Supervisors & Management
  • Report daily hours in ADP
  • Keep truck clean.

Qualifications

  • Proactive attitude (seeks opportunity to learn and ways to improve).
  • Previous driving experience within the Oil and Gas industry is preferred but not required.
  • CDL Class A license is required.
  • Candidates must be able to legally work and reside in the U.S.
  • Must pass and maintain a client required random drug tests.
  • Have a background investigation.
  • Have a professional appearance.
  • Must be able to lift between 50 to 100lbs.

Job ID: 2018-1253

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Hiring Manager: Kevin Rock
Division: Business Development
Office: us-la-sibley
For Information Contact:
Morgan Ward
[email protected]
432-215-9194

Overview

Develop and maintain relationships with key decision makers at target companies to support the strategic objectives of the company.

Responsibilities

  • Generating business leads and following up on sales opportunities.
  • Cold calling potential customers and building relationships.
  • Establishing customer needs and selling products accordingly.
  • Working to weekly and monthly sales targets and KPI’s.
  • Arranging meetings with clients and carrying out product demonstrations.
  • Following up swiftly on sales enquiries and sending out information.
  • Working closely with other teams to develop new business.
  • Researching the market and identifying potential target customers.
  • Attending industry events in order to generate business leads.

Job ID: 2018-1307

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Hiring Manager: Thomas Woodruff
Division: Safety
Office: us-la-sibley
For Information Contact:
Thomas Woodruff
[email protected]
(432) 413-7780

Overview

Responsible for daily field and shop engagement, ensuring core processes and safe yolicies are reflected in operational practices. This position will actively identify safety risks and core operational process failures, seeking to inflJence compliance with a solutions-oriented approach. This individual will be an advocate of all field pe􀀻jSonnel and Covenant's culture in the division.

Responsibilities

Serve as a leader to the field by actively identifying and championing fixing items out of compliance.• Provide guidance to field personnel, J ensuring necessary resources are available and used to properly support the HSE program. I• Advocate SOP's and HSE expectations to field personnel, identifying lack of relevance to continuing operations and commun􀁦cating up the chain to initiate change.• Serve as the process champion for Jazard Scout, PROM PTT, ADP, and any future field-related data collection point.• Schedule and conduct classes for [ monthly safety meetings, Smith Systems, PEC Safeland and Core, OSHA required training, and aJny other management directed training.• Frequently visit the field throughoui the Southern Division and audit HSE practices (75 - 80% o time in the field).

Qualifications

Bachelor's Degree or greater is a plus Working knowledge of well testing and production practices as they pertain to HSE Effective with communicating technical conbepts to a non-technical audience Thorough understanding of relevant regula􀁒ory agency requirements Consultative approach to HSE compliance, 􀁕ith an operations focus Willingness to travel beyond a 500-mile radius I 40% of the timeProficiency with technology and MS Office 􀀠roducts Ability to drive a company vehicle

Must pass a backgroud an drug  screen required by the company.

New Mexico Open Positions

Job ID: 2018-1271

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Hiring Manager: Michael Greenough
Division: Operations
Office: us-nm-hobbs
For Information Contact:
Brian Bell
[email protected]
(832) 372-1005

Overview

  • The Rig Hand performs service work on oil and gas wells as part of a workover rig crew.

Responsibilities

    • Assist in loading and off-loading pipe and other items from the truck/trailer to the rig
    • Pick up and lay down tubing
    • Operate crew truck in safe and lawful manner and in accordance with company policy
    • Lift, remove, install and operate well head pump
    • Position, lift, attach, install and work with matting boards, tubing, rods, casing and associated well equipment such as rod strippers, polish rods, etc.
    • Operate rod wrenches, tongs, elevators and other associated rig tools and equipment
    • Perform safety and functionality inspections of equipment and tools as required
    • Complete required work plans and job safety analysis
    • Attend and participate in all safety meetings and trainings
    • Document and complete daily log books (CDL Holders)
    • Perform other tasks as assigned by the Rig Operator, Rig Supervisor or Company Officia

Qualifications

    • Valid Driver’s License with clear 3 year driving history
    • Ability to pass pre-employment drug and alcohol screen and background check
    • High School Diploma or Equivalent
    • OSHA Trainings Preferred
    • Oil and Gas experience preferred but not required

Job ID: 2018-1272

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Hiring Manager: Michael Greenough
Division: Operations
Office: us-nm-hobbs
For Information Contact:
Brian Bell
[email protected]
(832) 372-1005

Overview

The Shop Hand personnel will be able to assist and help on all the tasks assigned by the Shop Manager within the facility or at the field when is necessary. 

Responsibilities

  • Maintain a clean, safe, and orderly environment in working yard.
  • Assist with maintaining order and cleanliness in the tool room, yard, and office.
  • Maintain material inventory in yard.
  • Maintain and operate support equipment (Promptt).
  • Clean and fill water coolers for shop daily or as needed.
  • Attend safety meetings prior to start of each shift or major evolution.
  • Perform failure assessments and make recommendations to the on-site supervisor as required.
  • Perform day-to-day and routine safety observations and inspections
  • Other tasks may be assigned as needed.

Qualifications

  • High School diploma or equivalent or as deemed sufficient by management.
  • Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, procedure manuals, and written job assignments.
  • Basic mechanical and custodial skills.
  • Experience in oil and gas industry will be preferred, but it is not mandatory.

Job ID: 2018-1273

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Hiring Manager: Michael Greenough
Division: Operations
Office: us-nm-hobbs
For Information Contact:
Brian Bell
[email protected]
(832) 372-1005

Overview

    • They are primarily responsible for the safe and effective operation of the various types of vehicles.
    • Must complete tasks only in the assigned schedule.
    • Safety is our number one priority, so drivers are committed to safe journey management.
    • Must be detail oriented and pay close attention to the environment in which they work, and the passengers and equipment for which they are responsible on each journey.
    •  The Driver reports to the relevant Driving Supervisor.
    • Have a great teamwork spirit.

Responsibilities

    • Drivers are primarily responsible for the safe and effective operation of the various types of vehicles.
    • Drivers must report to their assign supervisor.
    • On-time for pickup and location.
    • Reporting accurate, hourly data (or required customer frequency)
    • Communicate and annotate detailed shift changes
    • Report timely data to Covenant Supervisors & Management
    • Report daily hours in ADP
    • Keep truck clean.

Qualifications

    • Proactive attitude (seeks opportunity to learn and ways to improve).
    • Previous driving experience within the Oil and Gas industry is preferred but not required.
    • CDL Class A license is required.
    • Candidates must be able to legally work and reside in the U.S.
    • Must pass and maintain a client required random drug tests.
    • Have a background investigation.
    • Have a professional appearance.
    • Must be able to lift between 50 to 100lbs.

Job ID: 2018-1274

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Hiring Manager: Michael Greenough
Division: Operations
Office: us-nm-hobbs
For Information Contact:
Brian Bell
[email protected]
(832) 372-1005

Overview

  • Flowback Operators must meet the following requirements with at least 2 yrs experience in Flowback, Well Testing, Production Testing, and Drill outs: Assembly, disassembly, inspection, repair and pressure testing of flow back equipment. Assembling/disassembling, installing or conducting maintenance on equipment. Ability to read and adjust valves, gauges, pressures in line with specifications according to safety standards required. Ability to troubleshoot equipment operations within specific guidelines and standard operating procedures required. Ensures accurate and timely completion of daily field tickets as well as completion of customer reporting methods. Flexible to work day or night shift. 

Responsibilities

    • Ability to effectively provide accurate data, including: recording, sampling, and tracking of field reports.
    • Provide technical support to the customer whenever necessary.
    • Ensure all equipment maintenance is logged, and job is properly loaded out.
    • Ability to follow, and implement all standard operating procedures as required for all Flowback Operators.

Qualifications

    • Excellent mechanical knowledge
    • Ability to make educated decisions while under pressure
    • Must have excellent oral & written communication skills
    • Computer skills (Microsoft Office): ability to record data, create and share reports
    • Must exhibit good safety practices
    • Must have clean driving record

Job ID: 2018-1292

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Hiring Manager: Michael Greenough
Division: Operations
Office: us-nm-hobbs
For Information Contact:
Brian Bell
[email protected]
(832) 372-1005

Overview

  • Can explain teh rigup process in addition to all safety considerations
  • Can identify all applicable equipment, parts, and ratings
  • Maintain awareness and control pad operations (i.e. actively intercepting individuals entering the pad, ensure all are aware of the current state of operations)

Responsibilities

  • On-time for pickup and location
  • Ready to work (PPE and additional clothing for weather, water, food)
  • Team player (willing and effective at receiving guidance and feedback)
  • Assist with planning on how to execute site layout
  • Request and verify necessary equipment to meet layout requirements

  • Carry, lift, and connect iron to ensure layout is properly constructed to customer’s and CTT quality specification

  • Validate asset usage, identify inadequately marked assets for quality and safety violations

  • Proficient at rigging-up independently (catches missing/bad gaskets, ensures safe rig-up with valve alignment, efficient process flow, and minimally energized iron)
  • Consistently complete and submit checklists verifying compliance with CTT standards 

  • Report timely data to Covenant Supervisors & Management (near misses / good catches, daily field status reporting, etc.)

  • Report daily hours in ADP by 0700
  • Keeps location organized and clean of debris, trash, and obstructions

Qualifications

  • Proactive attitude (seeks opportunity to learn and ways to improve)
  • Must pass and maintain a client required random drug tests
  • Have a background investigation
  • Cleared to operate a company vehicle
  • Able to lift 50-100lbs and work long hours in extreme conditions
  • Have a professional appearance

Job ID: 2018-1293

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Hiring Manager: Michael Greenough
Division: Operations
Office: us-nm-hobbs
For Information Contact:
Brian Bell
[email protected]
(832) 372-1005

Overview

This position performs on site work in the assembly, maintenance, testing and inspection of manual and/or hydraulic valves utilized in Oil & Gas fracturing operations. Travels to remote client work-sites to perform service on equipment. Possesses strong technical skills to troubleshoot and resolve problems without any direct supervision.

Responsibilities

Responsible for frac stack lubrication that meet manufacturer's specifications before equipment is deployed into production environments. Repairs frac vales on client work sites. Services calls regarding frac stacks Inspects valve units on site for wear, defects and replaces components as necessary. Rebuilds valves Catalogs replacement parts in/out of valves per API standards Creates damage sheets for rebills to customer Inventories valve parts Performs all aspects of work in compliance with applicable HSE regulations and company policy. Performs other related duties as assigned.

Qualifications

Other requirements: May be required to work weekends. Available on short notice as determined by business needs. Must be able to pass post-employment drug/alcohol screens.

May be required to undergo post-offer "Essential Job Functions Test".Safety Equipment worn on job (when applicable): Goggles, face shields or safety goggles Ear plugs/muffs Steel-toed boots Hard hats Safety belts Flame-retardant uniforms Gloves.

New Mexico Office

Powder River Basin Open Positions

Powder River Basin Office

Job ID: 2017-1126

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Hiring Manager: Chawn Duncan
Division: Well Testing
Office: us-wy-casper
For Information Contact:
Paula Koch
[email protected]
970-309-3359

Overview

  • Can effectively teach the flowback process in addition to all safety considerations
  • Can explain the functioning of all applicable equipment and parts
  • Capable of independently supporting frac and drillout operations, with a working knowledge of simple “well to tank” flowbacks
  • Can operate a manifold, plug catcher, properly dump an SKO, and has a basic working knowledge of separators
  • Beginning to understand new well turn-on and flowback operations through high-pressure equipment
  • Requires less supervision than Op 1
  • Can Take SSE and Op 1 and teach basic knowledge and safety, and has experience in service line

Responsibilities

  • On-time for pickup and location
  • Ready to work (PPE and additional clothing for weather, water, food)
  • Team player (willing and effective at receiving guidance and feedback)
  • Properly and consistently complete and update a JSA as the situation changes
  • Identify and serve key company men
  • Knowledge and oversight of SSE - Op 1 expectations (prevents actions that are dumb, different, or dangerous)
  • Expert manifold operator
  • Proficient with plug catcher and SKO operations
  • Can support separator-based flowback operations with minimal supervision
  • Capable of identifying and correcting problems on site (including maintenance)
  • Fully understands customer downhole goals and associated impacts from flowback operator decisions and actions
  • Effective communicator, serving the company men, subordinates, and management
  • Reporting accurate, hourly data (or required customer frequency)
  • Communicate and annotate detailed shift changes
  • Report timely data to Covenant Supervisors & Management (near misses / good catches, daily field status reporting, etc.)
  • Report daily hours in ADP by 0700
  • Keeps location organized and clean of debris, trash, and obstructions

Qualifications

  • Proactive attitude (seeks opportunity to learn and ways to improve)
  • Must pass and maintain a client required random drug tests
  • Have a background investigation
  • Cleared to operate a company vehicle
  • Able to lift 50-100lbs and work long hours in extreme conditions
  • Have a professional appearance

Job ID: 2017-1130

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Hiring Manager: Chawn Duncan
Division: Well Testing
Office: us-wy-casper
For Information Contact:
Paula Koch
[email protected]
970-309-3359

Overview

  • Models professionalism from proper use of PPE, integration of ‘living’ JSAs and checklists
  • Possesses detailed knowledge of best practices and expert situational awareness of pad operations
  • Capable of independently supporting frac, drillout, flowback, and production operations
  • Can operate, fix, or construct safe and resourceful work-arounds for manifold, plug catcher, SKO, line heater, and low/high-pressure separator
  • Ensures proper execution of all field maintenance associated with flowback equipment
  • Identifies ‘teachable moments’ and presents information accurately, clearly, and concisely, inline with Covenant best practices
  • Drives high standards that signify significant experience in the service line

Responsibilities

  • On-time for pickup and location
  • Ready to work (PPE and additional clothing for weather, water, food)
  • Team player (willing and effective at receiving guidance and feedback)
  • Properly and consistently complete and update a JSA as the situation changes
  • Identify and serve key company men
  • Excels at all SSE - Op 2 expectations (prevents actions that are dumb, different, or dangerous)
  • Expert manifold operator, plug catcher, SKO, Line Heater, and separator operator
  • Expert at identifying and correcting problems on site (including maintenance)
  • Expert communicator, serving the company men, subordinates, and management
  • Capable of identifying and correcting problems on site (including maintenance)
  • Can effectively instruct, ensuring SSE through Op 2 meet or exceed their expectations and knowledge base
  • Capable of supporting multiple job sites simultaneously
  • Proficient with job site logistics (plans, prepares, and communicates proper site layout, ensuring all necessary tools and equipment are available on the first trip out)
  • Fully understands customer downhole goals and associated impacts from flowback operator decisions and actions
  • Reporting accurate, hourly data (or required customer frequency)
  • Communicate and annotate detailed shift changes
  • Report timely data to Covenant Supervisors & Management (near misses / good catches, daily field status reporting, etc.)
  • Report daily hours in ADP by 0700
  • Keeps location organized and clean of debris, trash, and obstructions

Qualifications

  • Proactive attitude (seeks opportunity to learn and ways to improve)
  • Must pass and maintain a client required random drug tests
  • Have a background investigation
  • Cleared to operate a company vehicle
  • Able to lift 50-100lbs and work long hours in extreme conditions
  • Have a professional appearance

Job ID: 2017-1161

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Hiring Manager: Mark-Lee Curtis
Division: Well Testing
Office: us-wy-casper
For Information Contact:
Paula Koch
[email protected]
970-309-3359

Overview

SSE

  • Will learn to:

  • Properly and consistently complete and update a JSA as the situation changes

  • Communicate and annotate detailed shift changes

  • Maintain awareness and control pad operations (i.e. actively intercepting individuals entering the pad, and ensure all are aware of the current state of operations)

  • Identify key company men

  • Monitor tank levels and ratesSeek and record clear expectations from the company man regarding desired methods for levels, rates, and overall operations

  • Report accurate, timely data as required

  • Trust but verify all other operators on pad

Operator I

  • Excels at all SSE Requirements
  • Can explain the flowback process in addition to all safety considerations
  • Can identify all applicable equipment, parts, and ratings
  • Experienced with the variations and safety nuances of rig up/down and basic “well to tank” flowback
  • Capable of independently supporting frac operations and running 5 and 9 valve choke manifolds to tanks from well and/or pumps
  • Can identify all probable dangers from frac through drillout based on different types of location setup, equipment usage, and downhole attributes
  • Maintain awareness and control pad operations (i.e. actively intercepting individuals entering the pad, ensure all are aware of the current state of operations)
  • Timely with all customer & management reporting requirements

Operator II

  • Excels at all Operator I Requirements
  • Can effectively teach the flowback process in addition to all safety considerations
  • Can explain the functioning of all applicable equipment and parts
  • Capable of independently supporting frac and drillout operations, with a working knowledge of simple “well to tank” flowbacks
  • Can operate a manifold, plug catcher, properly dump an SKO, and has a basic working knowledge of separators
  • Beginning to understand new well turn-on and flowback operations through high-pressure equipment
  • Requires less supervision than Op 1
  • Can Take SSE and Op 1 and teach basic knowledge and safety, and has experience in service line

Operator III & Supervisor

  • Excels at all Operator II Requirements
  • Models professionalism from proper use of PPE, integration of ‘living’ JSAs and checklists
  • Possesses detailed knowledge of best practices and expert situational awareness of pad operations
  • Capable of independently supporting frac, drillout, flowback, and production operations
  • Can operate, fix, or construct safe and resourceful work-arounds for manifold, plug catcher, SKO, line heater, and low/high-pressure separator
  • Ensures proper execution of all field maintenance associated with flowback equipment
  • Identifies ‘teachable moments’ and presents information accurately, clearly, and concisely, inline with Covenant best practices
  • Drives high standards that signify significant experience in the service line

Responsibilities

All Positions

  • On-time for pickup and location
  • Ready to work (PPE and additional clothing for weather, water, food)
  • Team player (willing and effective at receiving guidance and feedback)
  • Properly and consistently complete and update a JSA as the situation changes
  • Identify and serve key company men
  • Communicate and annotate detailed shift changes
  • Report timely data to Covenant Supervisors & Management (near misses / good catches, daily field status reporting, etc.)
  • Report daily hours in ADP by 0700
  • Keeps location organized and clean of debris, trash, and obstructions

Operator I

  • Applies and can identify and correct all core expectations (see page 6)

  • Excels at all SSE requirements

  • Responsible for the knowledge and oversight of SSE expectations (prevents actions that are dumb, different, or dangerous)

  • Read and record all tank gauges

  • Reporting accurate, hourly data (or required customer frequency)

  • Proficient at rigging-up independently (catches missing/bad gaskets, ensures safe rig-up with valve alignment, efficient process flow, and minimally energized iron)

  • Expert tank management

  • Proficient at changing out choke stems, choke seats, zeroing out the adjustable choke indicator, properly replacing the packing in a choke body, and greasing valves

  • Can support drillout operations with minimal supervision

Operator II

  • Responsible for the knowledge and oversight of Op 1 and SSE expectations (prevents actions that are dumb, different, or dangerous)

  • Expert manifold operator

  • Proficient with plug catcher and SKO operations

  • Can support separator-based flowback operations with minimal supervision

  • Capable of identifying and correcting problems on site (including maintenance)

  • Fully understands customer downhole goals and associated impacts from flowback operator decisions and actions

  • Effective communicator, serving the company men, subordinates, and management

Operator III

  • Responsible for the knowledge and oversight of Op 2, Op 1 and SSE expectations (prevents actions that are dumb, different, or dangerous)

  • Expert manifold, plug catcher, SKO, Line Heater, and separator operator

  • Expert at identifying and correcting problems on site (including maintenance)

  • Expert communicator, serving the company men, subordinates, and management

  • Can effectively instruct, ensuring SSE through Op 2 meet or exceed their expectations and knowledge base

  • Capable of supporting multiple job sites simultaneously

  • Proficient with job site logistics (plans, prepares, and communicates proper site layout, ensuring all necessary tools and equipment are available on the first trip out)

Supervisor

  • Responsible for the knowledge and oversight of Op 3, Op 2, Op 1 and SSE expectations (prevents actions that are dumb, different, or dangerous)
  • Expert manifold, plug catcher, SKO, Line Heater, and separator operator
  • Expert at identifying and correcting problems on site (including maintenance)
  • Expert communicator, serving the company men, subordinates, and management
  • Can effectively instruct, ensuring SSE through Op 3 meet or exceed their expectations and knowledge base
  • Expert with supporting multiple job sites simultaneously
  • Expert with job site logistics (plans, prepares, and communicates proper site layout, ensuring all necessary tools and equipment are available on the first trip out)
  • Current Well Control training certification

Qualifications

  • Proactive attitude (seeks opportunity to learn and ways to improve)
  • Must pass and maintain a client required random drug tests
  • Have a background investigation
  • Cleared to operate a company vehicle
  • Able to lift 50-100lbs and work long hours in extreme conditions
  • Have a professional appearance

Job ID: 2017-1122

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Hiring Manager: Chawn Duncan
Division: Well Testing
Office: us-wy-casper
For Information Contact:
Paula Koch
[email protected]
970-309-3359

Overview

  • Can explain the flowback process in addition to all safety considerations
  • Can identify all applicable equipment, parts, and ratings
  • Experienced with the variations and safety nuances of rig up/down and basic “well to tank” flowback
  • Capable of independently supporting frac operations and running 5 and 9 valve choke manifolds to tanks from well and/or pumps
  • Can identify all probable dangers from frac through drillout based on different types of location setup, equipment usage, and downhole attributes
  • Maintain awareness and control pad operations (i.e. actively intercepting individuals entering the pad, ensure all are aware of the current state of operations)
  • Timely with all customer & management reporting requirements

Responsibilities

  • On-time for pickup and location
  • Ready to work (PPE and additional clothing for weather, water, food)
  • Team player (willing and effective at receiving guidance and feedback)
  • Properly and consistently complete and update a JSA as the situation changes
  • Identify and serve key company men
  • Knowledge and oversight of SSE expectations (prevents actions that are dumb, different, or dangerous)
  • Read and record all tank guages
  • Reporting accurate, hourly data (or required customer frequency)
  • Proficient at rigging-up independently (catches missing/bad gaskets, ensures safe rig-up with valve alignment, efficient process flow, and minimally energized iron)
  • Proficient at changing out choke stems, choke seats, zeroing out the adjustable choke indicator, properly replacing the packing in a choke
  • body, and greasing valves

  • Can support drillout operations with minimal supervision

  • Expert tank management
  • Communicate and annotate detailed shift changes
  • Report timely data to Covenant Supervisors & Management (near misses / good catches, daily field status reporting, etc.)
  • Report daily hours in ADP by 0700
  • Keeps location organized and clean of debris, trash, and obstructions

Qualifications

  • Proactive attitude (seeks opportunity to learn and ways to improve)
  • Must pass and maintain a client required random drug tests
  • Have a background investigation
  • Cleared to operate a company vehicle
  • Able to lift 50-100lbs and work long hours in extreme conditions
  • Have a professional appearance

Job ID: 2018-1295

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Hiring Manager: Mark-Lee Curtis
Division: Production
Office: us-wy-casper
For Information Contact:
Paula Koch
[email protected]
970-309-3359

Overview

Contract Lease Operator / Contract Pumper is responsible for the safe, efficient and environmentally sound operation of lease equipment, production facilities. Schedules will be assigned as needed by Supervisor which may include OT, night & day work schedules.

Responsibilities

  • Responsible for production and injection Well operations (if trained) including routine maintenance of equipment and maintenance of the locations to company standards.
  • Accurately complete Well tests, meter readings and production and injection reports.
  • Utilize appropriate safety equipment and ensure that all company policy, procedures, governmental regulations, etc. are adhered to.
  • Monitor production and sales of crude oil.
  • Regulate flow of oil from Wells to storage tanks and pipelines or transport trucks.
  • Regulate chemical pumps to treat oil to marketable conditions.
  • Maintain daily, weekly and monthly production reports.
  • Performs minor repairs on surface production and injection equipment under supervision.
  • Manage fluid inventory on production facilities.
  • Follows guidelines on surface safety equipment and report malfunctions of equipment.
  • Keeps location organized and clean of debris, trash, and obstructions
  • On time and ready to work (PPE and additional clothing for weather, water, food)
  • Report timely data to Covenant Supervisors & Management (near misses / good catches, daily field status reporting, etc.)

Report daily hours in ADP by 0700

Qualifications

  • Strong interpersonal, communication skills, and proactive attitude (seeks opportunity to learn and ways to improve)
  • Must pass and maintain a client required random drug test
  • Have a background investigation
  • Cleared to operate a company vehicle
  • Able to lift 50-100lbs and work long hours in extreme conditions
  • Have a professional appearance
  • Working knowledge of oil and gas operations including processing facilities and related equipment is required
  • 1 year of previous Lease Operator / Pumper experience strongly preferred
  • Computer skills including Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook preferred
  • High School Diploma or equivalent required

Job ID: 2018-1302

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Hiring Manager: Shaun Fallon
Division: Production
Office: us-wy-casper
For Information Contact:
Paula Koch
[email protected]
970-309-3359

Overview

  • Completed Operator 1 level training in Operator Assessment Booklet and passed the Field Operator Training Exam
  • Can explain the production process in addition to all safety considerations
  • Can identify all applicable equipment, parts, and ratings
  • Experienced with the variations and safety nuances of process flow from wellhead to production tanks/CPF line
  • Can properly drain scrub pots, knockouts and blow cases
  • Capable of supporting production operations and running a production facility timely with all customer & management reporting requirements

Responsibilities

  • On-time for pickup and location
  • Ready to work (PPE and additional clothing for weather, water, food)
  • Responsible for the knowledge and oversight of SSE expectations (prevents actions that are dumb, different, or dangerous)
  • Reporting accurate, hourly data (or required customer frequency)
  • Read and record all tank gauges
  • Expert tank management
  • Can support production operations with minimal supervision
  • Communicate and annotate detailed shift changes
  • Report timely data to Covenant Supervisors & Management (near misses / good catches, daily field status reporting, etc.)
  • Report daily hours in ADP by 0700
  • Keeps location organized and clean of debris, trash, and obstructions

Qualifications

  • Proactive attitude (seeks opportunity to learn and ways to improve)
  • Must pass and maintain a client required random drug tests
  • Have a background investigation
  • Cleared to operate a company vehicle
  • Able to lift 50-100lbs and work long hours in extreme conditions
  • Have a professional appearance

Job ID: 2018-1303

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Hiring Manager: Chawn Duncan
Division: Production
Office: us-wy-casper
For Information Contact:
Paula Koch
[email protected]
970-309-3359

Overview

  • Completed Operator 2 level training in Operator Assessment Booklet and passed the Field Operator Training Exam
  • Can effectively teach the production process in addition to all safety considerations
  • Can explain the functioning of all applicable equipment, parts and understands production operations through equipment
  • Beginning to understand new well turn-on’s
  • Capable of independently supporting production operations and running a production facility
  • Can take SSE and Op 1 and teach basic knowledge and safety
  • Has experience in service line
  • Requires less supervision than Op 1

Responsibilities

  • On-time for pickup and location
  • Ready to work (PPE and additional clothing for weather, water, food)
  • Responsible for the knowledge and oversight of SSE - Op 1 expectations (prevents actions that are dumb, different, or dangerous)
  • Capable of forecasting and dispatching oil/water loads
  • Can properly dump an SKO, zero out an adjustable choke indicator, properly pull and check a choke, understands the importance of master valve maintenance, can perform physical valve isolation leak test, has a working knowledge of separators, can demonstrate proper steps to isolate and blow-down well head
  • Capable of identifying and correcting problems on site (including maintenance)
  • Fully understands customer production goals and associated impacts from operator decisions and actions
  • Reporting accurate, hourly data (or required customer frequency)
  • Communicate and annotate detailed shift changes
  • Report timely data to Covenant Supervisors & Management (near misses / good catches, daily field status reporting, etc.)
  • Report daily hours in ADP by 0700
  • Keeps location organized and clean of debris, trash, and obstructions

Qualifications

  • Proactive attitude (seeks opportunity to learn and ways to improve)
  • Must pass and maintain a client required random drug tests
  • Have a background investigation
  • Cleared to operate a company vehicle
  • Able to lift 50-100lbs and work long hours in extreme conditions
  • Have a professional appearance

DJ Basin Open Positions

Job ID: 2017-1139

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Hiring Manager: Shawn Striebeck
Division: Shop
Office: us-co-greeley
For Information Contact:
Paula Koch
[email protected]
970-309-3359

Overview

Responsibilities

  • Interface with field personnel and perform hands-on workshop and / or on-site valve troubleshooting / assessment, maintenance, testing (pre / post), and / or repair of valves, actuators, and other equipment.
  • Perform pressure testing utilizing certified test equipment and complete all QA / QC documentation as required by the QHSE program (if skilled).
  • Perform hands-on workshop and / or on-site disassembly, inspection, reporting, cleaning, and reassembly of valves and actuators and other equipment.  Machine material and / or parts with various machining equipment.
  • Ensure work and used materials are in compliance with manufacturer specifications.
  • Read and interpret schematics for assembly, repair, and reassembly as required including completion of applicable quality documentation in either paper or electronic form.
  • Perform failure assessments and make recommendations to the on-site supervisor as required.
  • Perform day-to-day and routine safety observations and inspections

Job ID: 2017-1162

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Hiring Manager: Nicholas Collins
Division: Well Testing
Office: us-co-greeley
For Information Contact:
Paula Koch
[email protected]
970-309-3359

Overview

SSE

  • Will learn to:

  • Properly and consistently complete and update a JSA as the situation changes

  • Communicate and annotate detailed shift changes

  • Maintain awareness and control pad operations (i.e. actively intercepting individuals entering the pad, and ensure all are aware of the current state of operations)

  • Identify key company men

  • Monitor tank levels and ratesSeek and record clear expectations from the company man regarding desired methods for levels, rates, and overall operations

  • Report accurate, timely data as required

  • Trust but verify all other operators on pad

Operator I

  • Excels at all SSE Requirements
  • Can explain the flowback process in addition to all safety considerations
  • Can identify all applicable equipment, parts, and ratings
  • Experienced with the variations and safety nuances of rig up/down and basic “well to tank” flowback
  • Capable of independently supporting frac operations and running 5 and 9 valve choke manifolds to tanks from well and/or pumps
  • Can identify all probable dangers from frac through drillout based on different types of location setup, equipment usage, and downhole attributes
  • Maintain awareness and control pad operations (i.e. actively intercepting individuals entering the pad, ensure all are aware of the current state of operations)
  • Timely with all customer & management reporting requirements

Operator II

  • Excels at all Operator I Requirements
  • Can effectively teach the flowback process in addition to all safety considerations
  • Can explain the functioning of all applicable equipment and parts
  • Capable of independently supporting frac and drillout operations, with a working knowledge of simple “well to tank” flowbacks
  • Can operate a manifold, plug catcher, properly dump an SKO, and has a basic working knowledge of separators
  • Beginning to understand new well turn-on and flowback operations through high-pressure equipment
  • Requires less supervision than Op 1
  • Can Take SSE and Op 1 and teach basic knowledge and safety, and has experience in service line

Operator III & Supervisor

  • Excels at all Operator II Requirements
  • Models professionalism from proper use of PPE, integration of ‘living’ JSAs and checklists
  • Possesses detailed knowledge of best practices and expert situational awareness of pad operations
  • Capable of independently supporting frac, drillout, flowback, and production operations
  • Can operate, fix, or construct safe and resourceful work-arounds for manifold, plug catcher, SKO, line heater, and low/high-pressure separator
  • Ensures proper execution of all field maintenance associated with flowback equipment
  • Identifies ‘teachable moments’ and presents information accurately, clearly, and concisely, inline with Covenant best practices
  • Drives high standards that signify significant experience in the service line

Responsibilities

All Positions

  • On-time for pickup and location
  • Ready to work (PPE and additional clothing for weather, water, food)
  • Team player (willing and effective at receiving guidance and feedback)
  • Properly and consistently complete and update a JSA as the situation changes
  • Identify and serve key company men
  • Communicate and annotate detailed shift changes
  • Report timely data to Covenant Supervisors & Management (near misses / good catches, daily field status reporting, etc.)
  • Report daily hours in ADP by 0700
  • Keeps location organized and clean of debris, trash, and obstructions

Operator I

  • Applies and can identify and correct all core expectations (see page 6)

  • Excels at all SSE requirements

  • Responsible for the knowledge and oversight of SSE expectations (prevents actions that are dumb, different, or dangerous)

  • Read and record all tank gauges

  • Reporting accurate, hourly data (or required customer frequency)

  • Proficient at rigging-up independently (catches missing/bad gaskets, ensures safe rig-up with valve alignment, efficient process flow, and minimally energized iron)

  • Expert tank management

  • Proficient at changing out choke stems, choke seats, zeroing out the adjustable choke indicator, properly replacing the packing in a choke body, and greasing valves

  • Can support drillout operations with minimal supervision

Operator II

  • Responsible for the knowledge and oversight of Op 1 and SSE expectations (prevents actions that are dumb, different, or dangerous)

  • Expert manifold operator

  • Proficient with plug catcher and SKO operations

  • Can support separator-based flowback operations with minimal supervision

  • Capable of identifying and correcting problems on site (including maintenance)

  • Fully understands customer downhole goals and associated impacts from flowback operator decisions and actions

  • Effective communicator, serving the company men, subordinates, and management

Operator III

  • Responsible for the knowledge and oversight of Op 2, Op 1 and SSE expectations (prevents actions that are dumb, different, or dangerous)

  • Expert manifold, plug catcher, SKO, Line Heater, and separator operator

  • Expert at identifying and correcting problems on site (including maintenance)

  • Expert communicator, serving the company men, subordinates, and management

  • Can effectively instruct, ensuring SSE through Op 2 meet or exceed their expectations and knowledge base

  • Capable of supporting multiple job sites simultaneously

  • Proficient with job site logistics (plans, prepares, and communicates proper site layout, ensuring all necessary tools and equipment are available on the first trip out)

Supervisor

  • Responsible for the knowledge and oversight of Op 3, Op 2, Op 1 and SSE expectations (prevents actions that are dumb, different, or dangerous)
  • Expert manifold, plug catcher, SKO, Line Heater, and separator operator
  • Expert at identifying and correcting problems on site (including maintenance)
  • Expert communicator, serving the company men, subordinates, and management
  • Can effectively instruct, ensuring SSE through Op 3 meet or exceed their expectations and knowledge base
  • Expert with supporting multiple job sites simultaneously
  • Expert with job site logistics (plans, prepares, and communicates proper site layout, ensuring all necessary tools and equipment are available on the first trip out)
  • Current Well Control training certification

Qualifications

  • Proactive attitude (seeks opportunity to learn and ways to improve)
  • Must pass and maintain a client required random drug tests
  • Have a background investigation
  • Cleared to operate a company vehicle
  • Able to lift 50-100lbs and work long hours in extreme conditions
  • Have a professional appearance

Job ID: 2017-1164

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Hiring Manager: Shaun Fallon
Division: Production
Office: us-co-greeley
For Information Contact:
Paula Koch
[email protected]
970-309-3359

Overview

Operator I

  • Completed Operator 1 level training in Operator Assessment Booklet and passed the Field Operator Training Exam
  • Can explain the production process in addition to all safety considerations
  • Can identify all applicable equipment, parts, and ratings
  • Experienced with the variations and safety nuances of process flow from wellhead to production tanks/CPF line
  • Can properly drain scrub pots, knockouts and blow cases
  • Capable of supporting production operations and running a production facility timely with all customer & management reporting requirements

Operator II

  • Completed Operator 2 level training in Operator Assessment Booklet and passed the Field Operator Training Exam
  • Can effectively teach the production process in addition to all safety considerations
  • Can explain the functioning of all applicable equipment, parts and understands production operations through equipment
  • Beginning to understand new well turn-on’s
  • Capable of independently supporting production operations and running a production facility
  • Can take SSE and Op 1 and teach basic knowledge and safety
  • Has experience in service line
  • Requires less supervision than Op 1

Operator III

  • Completed Operator 2 level training in Operator Assessment Booklet and passed the Field Operator Training Exam
  • Models professionalism from proper use of PPE, integration of ‘living’ JSAs and checklists Possesses detailed knowledge of best practices and expert situational awareness of pad operations
  • Ensures proper execution of all field maintenance associated with production equipment Identifies ‘teachable moments’ and presents information accurately, clearly, and concisely, in line with Covenant best practices
  • Drives high standards that signify significant experience in the service line

Supervisor

  • Models professionalism from proper use of PPE, integration of ‘living’ JSAs and checklists
  • Possesses detailed knowledge of best practices and expert situational awareness of pad operations
  • Capable of independently supporting production operations
  • Ensures proper execution of all field maintenance associated with production equipment.
  • Identifies ‘teachable moments’ and presents information accurately, clearly, and concisely, in line with Covenant best practices
  • Drives high standards that signify significant experience in the service line

Responsibilities

ALL

  • On-time for pickup and location
  • Ready to work (PPE and additional clothing for weather, water, food)
  • Communicate and annotate detailed shift changes
  • Report timely data to Covenant Supervisors & Management (near misses / good catches, daily field status reporting, etc.)
  • Report daily hours in ADP by 0700
  • Keeps location organized and clean of debris, trash, and obstructions

SSE

  • Properly and consistently complete and update a JSA as the situation changes

  • Communicate and annotate detailed shift changes

  • Maintain awareness and control pad operations (i.e. actively intercepting individuals entering the pad, and ensure all are aware of the current state of operations)

  • Identify key company men 

  • Monitor tank levels, pressures and flow rates

  • Seek and record clear expectations from the company man regarding desired methods for levels, rates, and overall operations

  • Report accurate, timely data as required

  • Trust but verify all other operators on pad

Operator I

  • Responsible for the knowledge and oversight of SSE expectations (prevents actions that are dumb, different, or dangerous)
  • Reporting accurate, hourly data (or required customer frequency)
  • Read and record all tank gauges
  • Expert tank management
  • Can support production operations with minimal supervision

Operator II

  • Responsible for the knowledge and oversight of SSE - Op 1 expectations (prevents actions that are dumb, different, or dangerous)
  • Capable of forecasting and dispatching oil/water loads
  • Can properly dump an SKO, zero out an adjustable choke indicator, properly pull and check a choke, understands the importance of master valve maintenance, can perform physical valve isolation leak test, has a working knowledge of separators, can demonstrate proper steps to isolate and blow-down well head
  • Capable of identifying and correcting problems on site (including maintenance)
  • Fully understands customer production goals and associated impacts from operator decisions and actions
  • Reporting accurate, hourly data (or required customer frequency)

Operator III

  • Responsible for the knowledge and oversight of SSE - Op 2 expectations (prevents actions that are dumb, different, or dangerous)
  • Expert at identifying and correcting problems on site
  • Expert communicator, serving the company men, subordinates, and management
  • Can effectively instruct, ensuring SSE through Op 2 meet or exceed their expectations and knowledge base
  • Capable of supporting multiple job sites simultaneously
  • Can safely return well into service, proper implementation of LOTO, can properly blow down separator to tanks, can properly set high/low pressure and other pressure regulators, can properly isolate, blow- down well head and pull/check plungers
  • Proficient with diagnosis and performance of basic maintenance on site equipment without instruction
  • Proficient with job site logistics (plans, prepares, and communicates proper site layout, ensuring all necessary tools and equipment are available on the first trip out)
  • Reporting accurate, hourly data (or required customer frequency)

Supervisor

  • Excels at all core expectations (sets the standard) (see page 6)

  • Responsible for the knowledge and oversight of Op 3, Op 2, Op 1 and SSE expectations (prevents actions that are dumb, different, or dangerous)

  • Can effectively instruct, ensuring SSE through Op 3 meet or exceed their expectations and knowledge base

  • Expert communicator, serving the company men, subordinates, and management

  • Expert with supporting multiple job sites simultaneously

  • Field visits with each member of your team to ensure Covenant personnel are properly equipped and trained to complete the tasks requested of them, they work safely and efficiently

  • Expert at identifying and correcting problems on site (including maintenance)

  • Expert with job site logistics (plans, prepares, and communicates)

  • Understand and the ability to demonstrate all policies, procedures, standards for each customer we do business with. Ensure that all Covenant personnel understand and have the ability to demonstrate policies, procedures and responsibilities requested by the customer

  • Assist with oversight of administrative duties such as: Safety tailgate/training corners, ADP/time cards, truck issues/services, truck/tool audits, safety meeting attendance, production site inspections etc.

Qualifications

  • Proactive attitude (seeks opportunity to learn and ways to improve)
  • Must pass and maintain a client required random drug tests
  • Have a background investigation
  • Cleared to operate a company vehicle
  • Able to lift 50-100lbs and work long hours in extreme conditions
  • Have a professional appearance

Job ID: 2017-1145

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Hiring Manager: Cheryl Costinett
Division: Administrative/Clerical
Office: us-co-greeley
For Information Contact:
Amy Pacheco
[email protected]
(720) 340-0730

Overview

Position is responsible for assisting with clerical and administrative functions as needed in various departments. 

 

Hours: Typically 40 hours a week.  

Responsibilities

  • Manages traffic flow in the office, incoming calls, ensures a tidy office environment, setups-up meetings.
  • Forwards information by receiving and distributing communications; collecting and mailing correspondence; copying information.
  • Maintains supplies by checking stock to determine inventory levels; anticipating requirements; placing and expediting orders; verifying receipt; stocking items; delivering supplies to work stations.
  • Maintains equipment by completing preventive maintenance; troubleshooting failures; calling for repairs; monitoring equipment operations (i.e. paper, toner, etc.).
  • Filing, scheduling, travel needs, new hire help, various special project.

Qualifications

Office Experience - General, Scheduling, Telephone Skills, Typing, Documentation Skills, Meeting Planning, Verbal Communication, Written Communication, Dependability, Attention to Detail, Administrative Writing Skills.

 

Plan, organize, and implement routine and special projects assigned by supervisor. Be able to work and act in a professional manner and exercise independent judgment in the resolution of administrative problems. Must be able to work independently in a fast-paced environment. Attention to detail is a must. The ability to communicate clearly and effectively is required.

 

Have an understanding of the operation of all office equipment such as a computer, printer, copier, fax machine, and calculator/adding machine. Must possess Intermediate to advanced computer skills. The ability to use Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and other software programs to meet the needs of the position is essential.

Job ID: 2018-1281

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Hiring Manager: Jessica Lebsack
Division: Operations
Office: us-co-greeley
For Information Contact:
Paula Koch
[email protected]
970-309-3359

Overview

The Plant Operator distributes or processes oil or gas for a variety of consumers through the operation of sophisticated and complex processing equipment, and by controlling compressors to maintain specified pressures on pipelines. He or she monitors equipment functioning, observes temperature, level and flow gauges, and performs regular unit checks in order to ensure that all equipment is operating to reuquired company ans safety standards. 

Responsibilities

  • Adhere to and enforce all applicable company, state, and federal safety and environmental regulations
  • Execute startup, shut down and operating procedures for engines, compressors, furnaces, distillation towers, expanders, electric motors, fans, pumps, instrumentation, valves and alarms
  • Analyze flow streams using a gas chromatograph and product samples to make necessary process adjustments and maintain product specifications
  • Perform minor maintenance of compressors, engines, pumps, controls, piping and valves
  • Prepare maintenance orders and notify maintenance personnel of problem areas
  • Generate daily production reports including liquid production, downtime and gas volumes
  • Monitor and maintain inlet and outlet volumes. Coordinate with gas control, field operations and third party interests as required.
  • Complete assigned reports and logs
  • Work irregular hours, outside, around heavy equipment, and in variable environmental conditions
  • Monitor, maintain, and operate safety and fire protection systems
  • Accomplish job responsibilities/duties in accordance with Covenant’s values

Education:  High School Diploma or equivalent required.

Certifications/Licenses:  Candidate must possess a valid driver's license with no restrictions that would prohibit driving a company vehicle. 

Travel Requirements:  The percentage of travel required for this position is 0 - 10%.

Work Schedule:  12 hour rotating shift position including nights, weekends and holidays.

Qualifications

  • Working knowledge of oil and gas operations including a working knowledge of natural gas processing facilities and related equipment is required
  • 1 year gas plant operations or related experience strongly preferred
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to work effectively in a team-focused environment
  • Computer skills including Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook preferred

Job ID: 2018-1285

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Hiring Manager: Andrew Sikes
Division: Information Technology
Office: us-co-greeley
For Information Contact:
Paula Koch
[email protected]
970-309-3359

Overview

Responsible for providing technical assistance and support related to computer systems, hardware, or software. Responds to queries, runs diagnostic programs, isolates problem, and determines and implements solutions.

Responsibilities

  • Manage the IT equipment lifecycle of all employee-assigned IT assets (issuing, documentation, replacement, and recovery).
  • Maintain relationships with operations to ensure positive outlook on IT.
  • Actively investigating, diagnosing and solving computer hardware and software faults face to face or over the
  • Installing and configuring computer hardware, software, systems, networks, printers and scanners. Training users on the aforementioned.
  • Creating user accounts and managing access control, based on company policies across all
  • Adhere to IT
  • Seek cost savings and efficiencies where
  • Support the roll out of new systems.
  • Repairing and replacing IT hardware.
  • Manage and report cell phone data usage and overages.
  • Provide level 1 help desk support.

Qualifications

Associate's Degree or greater is preferred 2+ years' experience in related field Proficiency with Outlook, Word, Excel, iOS platform, Windows 7 &10

Job ID: 2018-1294

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Hiring Manager: Shaun Fallon
Division: Production
Office: us-co-greeley
For Information Contact:
Paula Koch
[email protected]
970-309-3359

Overview

Contract Lease Operator / Contract Pumper is responsible for the safe, efficient and environmentally sound operation of lease equipment, production facilities. Schedules will be assigned as needed by Supervisor which may include OT, night & day work schedules.

Responsibilities

  • Responsible for the safe, efficient and environmentally sound operation of lease equipment, production facilities.
  • Perform basic pumping skills to include: tank gauging, the proper operation of 3 phase separators, line heaters, and all associated valves, and oil seals and seal records.
  • Responsible for production and injection Well operations (if trained) including routine maintenance of equipment and maintenance of the locations to company standards.
  • Accurately complete Well tests, meter readings and production and injection reports.
  • Utilize appropriate safety equipment and ensure that all company policy, procedures, governmental regulations, etc. are adhered to.
  • Monitor production and sales of crude oil.
  • Regulate flow of oil from Wells to storage tanks and pipelines or transport trucks.
  • Regulate chemical pumps to treat oil to marketable conditions.
  • Maintain daily, weekly and monthly production reports.
  • Performs minor repairs on surface production and injection equipment under supervision.
  • Manage fluid inventory on production facilities.
  • Follows guidelines on surface safety equipment and report malfunctions of equipment.
  • Keeps location organized and clean of debris, trash, and obstructions
  • On time and ready to work (PPE and additional clothing for weather, water, food)
  • Report timely data to Covenant Supervisors & Management (near misses / good catches, daily field status reporting, etc.)

Report daily hours in ADP by 0700

Qualifications

  • Strong interpersonal, communication skills, and proactive attitude (seeks opportunity to learn and ways to improve)
  • Must pass and maintain a client required random drug test
  • Have a background investigation
  • Cleared to operate a company vehicle
  • Able to lift 50-100lbs and work long hours in extreme conditions
  • Have a professional appearance
  • Working knowledge of oil and gas operations including processing facilities and related equipment is required
  • 1 year of previous Lease Operator / Pumper experience strongly preferred
  • Computer skills including Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook preferred
  • High School Diploma or equivalent required
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Job ID: 2016-1018

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Hiring Manager: Kirby Lawson
Division: Accounting/Finance
Office: us-tx-sugar land
For Information Contact:
Irma Trevino
[email protected]
(281) 812-2503

Overview

Billing Clerk must have 3+ years of billing experience. Responsible for accurate and timely billing, working with customers and lite collections.

Responsibilities

  • Issue invoices to customers
  • Operate 3rd Party customer web portals (OpenInvoice, Cortex, Ariba, etc)
  • Monitor customer accounts for non-payment, delayed payments
  • Issue monthly statements to customers
  • Payment application
  • Process credit memo’s (as needed)
  • Maintain customer records and files
  • Review and resolve customer disputes (as needed)
  • Adhoc requests.

Qualifications

  • Experience as a Billing Clerk or related background
  • Full Cycle AR
  • Intermediate to advanced Excel skills – Familiar with Pivot tables and v-lookups
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Ideal candidate would have experience with OpenInvoice and Oildex.